A magyar rendőrség a budapesti Szcientológia Egyház központjában keresést végzett a személyes adatok és az "egyéb bűncselekmények" feltételezett visszaéléséről.
Yah-if you’re looking for justice, don’ look here in the US-our agencies are so festering and filthy with cultists and tribal-religious “Jerusalem Syndrome” infected cricket-headed zombies that you will never see justice here again-the American Experiment is over, and Democracy a Hollywood Illusion.
You might recall that Andy Ostrowski was kidnapped from his house awhile back, and that this “medical kidnapping” was related to the Church of Scientology, because a Scientologist relative of his had said that he is “crazy!” Then, you might also recall that this happened in the Kids for Cash state of Pennsylvania-and that Ostrowski was a critic of both Governor Tom Ridge, the former head of the DHS, but also, active in pursuing the administrators who covered up Jerry Sandusky’s rapes.
And, I have documented the long term harassment that organized gang stalking is-and that it can take place over decades.
And of course-“gang stalking is a fake internet thing,” according to the professionals-and America’s DHS/NSA/FBI et alphabet ass refuses to deal with it-because it’s such a convenient, though totally illegal and un-challenged “privileged law enforcement investigative tool.”
But other countries that are not participants in American religious cults don’t see it as a harmless practice. And, I have also documented the fact that I had to go to a certain country to get help documenting bizarre American practices, and debunk some of the lies and misinformation that the American press is being spoon fed by our own corrupt agencies.
I have documented organized gang stalking in many contexts, and many religions, ranging from Catholics, to fundamentalist christians, to Mormons, and sects of militant Jews and more. Now, here from Hungary, we see that the Scientologists are in the news for-“mystery abuse of information” and “other crimes.”
Of all the places where Democracy has fled in these Praetorian times, Hungary proves to the world that gang stalking is a dangerous and nefarious practice, and antithetical to free society- and busts the one of the many “churches” that practices gang stalking-the Church of Scientology in this case, and accordingly, treating them as the criminals they are.
To the researcher of OGS, this would be a story to follow, as we WILL see that identity theft, odd stalking/surveillance, and many other claims of gang stalking victims WILL be validated here.The involvement of police in this case is benign in terms of participation-it looks like police in Hungary might well be ‘doing their jobs’ and protecting people vulnerable to the predation of cults, sects and institutions.
Such is NOT the case in the US, or the Five Eyes nations generally, as these states participate in gang stalking at the state level, and police are involved at every level.
Here-have a look at how Hungarians treat gang stalkers:
Police search Scientology church in Hungary amid probe into suspected misuse of personal information and ‘other crimes’
- More than 50 officers surrounded the church’s Budapest headquarters
- Hungarian police probing suspected misuse of information and ‘other crimes’
- National Investigation Bureau has listed the target as ‘unknown persons’
By Associated Press
Published: 14:03 EDT, 22 October 2017 | Updated: 14:20 EDT, 22 October 2017
Hungarian police carried out a search at a Church of Scientology centre in Budapest amid a probe into suspected misuse of personal information and ‘other crimes’.
More than 50 officers surrounded the church’s Budapest headquarters on one of the Hungarian capital’s busiest roads early on Wednesday.
Detectives from the National Investigation Bureau have listed the target as ‘unknown persons’ – a common designation when a specific suspect has not been identified.
More than 50 officers surrounded the church’s Budapest headquarters on one of the Hungarian capital’s busiest roads early on Wednesday
Church of Scientology International spokeswoman Karin Pouw called the search ‘religious suppression under the guise of data protection.’
Pouw added that the raid was ‘an outrageous and wholesale violation of the human rights of all Scientologists in the country’.
She said: ‘These actions are guided by the discriminatory and hostile purposes of data protection officials who are using the law not as a shield to safeguard others, but as a sword to violate the rights of Scientology parishioners.’
Detectives from the National Investigation Bureau have listed the target as ‘unknown persons’ – a common designation when a specific suspect has not been identified<img src="http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2017/10/22/18/459218A600000578-5006283-image-m-10_1508694415686.jpg" name="Image3" alt="The Church of Scientology is not among the 32 churches officially recognized by Hungary since a widely disputed law on religious matters went into force in 2012. Police are pictured standing outside the entrance" align="bottom" width="306" height="471" border="0"/
The Church of Scientology is not among the 32 churches officially recognized by Hungary since a widely disputed law on religious matters went into force in 2012. Police are pictured standing outside the entrance
Hungarian police confirmed the search took place but said additional information would not be released.
The Church of Scientology is not among the 32 churches officially recognized by Hungary since a widely disputed law on religious matters went into force in 2012.