Saying “No!” to Drugs Brings Happier Lives UK-wide
Scientologists conduct tens of thousands of anti-drug events each year under the “Say No To Drugs” banner—reaching hundreds of thousands each month.
Scientologists are aware that the increasing rates of crime, illiteracy and violence are manifestations of an underlying spiritual decay that must be arrested or these will eventually destroy our societies. Members of the Church of Scientology throughout the British Isles are active in a wide array of activities within their communities, primary among them programmes that help people, young and old, to understand the harmful effects of drugs and cope with the underlying problems of living that drive many to drug and alcohol dependency.
Discoveries Bring Drug-Free Lives to Millions
The Scientology community‘s commitment to a drug-free world begins at a personal level. Amid the sea of chemical “solutions” to the problems of living, one group has remained 100 percent drug-free* — members of the Church of Scientology. Scientologists use neither street drugs nor any of the dangerous mind-altering pharmaceuticals pushed as a solution to everything from depression to being overweight.
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Saying “NO!” from Brighton to Belfast
Drug prevention is also the focus of the Church of Scientology-sponsored Say “NO!” to Drugs, Say “Yes” to Life Association. In the last three years this association‘s volunteers have distributed more than a million highly informative booklets throughout the British Isles, while more than seven million copies have been distributed across Europe. The information in these booklets can be used by anyone to combat drugs with the most effective ammunition there is: facts. Available in 13 languages are booklets with facts about cannabis, ecstasy, cocaine and heroin.
Additionally, Scientologists conduct tens of thousands of anti-drug events each year under the “Say No To Drugs” banner—reaching hundreds of thousands each month.
“Drugs continue to consume more youth at younger and younger ages, claim more lives and underscore more crime each year,” says Graeme Wilson, spokesperson for the “Say No to Drugs, Say Yes to Life” campaign in the UK. “A concerted drug education effort must be made, with the goal of actual prevention in our schools with real education about the dangers of drugs. This is a massive undertaking, but one that must be sustained at every level of our youth until the drug epidemic is literally educated out of existence, and drug-free, responsible adults can stay the course from there.”
For more information on the Say “NO!” to Drugs, Say “Yes” to Life campaign, or to receive copies of these publications, contact 01342 318 229 or e-mail email@example.com.
Drug Education Booklets Now Available
Cocaine: A Deadly Road to Personal Ruin – The truth about one of the oldest and most dangerous drugs known to man.
Heroin: Death In Blood – The most deadly and addictive drug: its history, how it affects the addict and why.
Cannabis: The Truth About Joints – Propaganda that marijuana is “not as bad” as other drugs is false.
Ecstasy: The Traitor Exposed – The “new” drug is not new at all; its dangers have been documented for decades.
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