Narconon Mediterraneo Going Ideal

Narconon Mediterraneo is located in Sevilla, Spain, and we have information that they intend to “go ideal.” Until now, an Ideal Narconon was synonymous with a Continental Narconon, which are intended to be large drug treatment and training facilities. Mediterraneo is a large facility, but the Continental Narconon for Europe has been announced for Denmark, not Spain. This may indicate that all Narconons are expected to go ideal. Is it more than a coat of paint? We will keep an eye out for more news of Ideal Narconons.

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Friday Graduation At Flag – With Stats

Flag is getting ready for L. Ron Hubbard’s birthday, and this message was projected onto the Fort Harrison Hotel for the Friday graduation ceremony last night.

7 million student points. 630 on Purif+SRD, 42 completed this week. 7 attested Clear, 7 attested OTVII. This week there were 24 Super Power completions.

Hubbard College Of Administration – South Africa

Evaton is a subarb South of Johannesburg.

We are setting up a learning centre in Evaton (a township near Johannesburg) and are venturing out and getting into the communities of South Africa for the first time!

In short, we are partnering with a Community center in Evaton (called Usindiso) and we are currently training up their own staff so they can deliver entry level LRH courses at Hubbard College standards. This center will be running tightly under the Hubbard College and we are going to be supervising their quality and supervision standards. But it is very exciting as the type of students we have been training in the past, will have much easier access to these facilities. So we can reach and service a lot more students and empower them to live better lives and become even more productive and ethical members of the society.

We are scheduled to launch the center in a month and we want to have the first 26 students in place by then.

Please send me an email if you wish to get involved – I would love to get your support for at least one course for one of our first students (R 2000 or $200) or help with any amount you would like to contribute.

In return as our sponsor (for $200 or R2000) we will send you the picture and the success story of the worker you sponsored. (We can also provide you with an ID document copy in case you are seeking BEE points in South Africa.)

Records show that more than 50% of students find better jobs while on the program. These workers need your sponsorship in order to break out of the rut!

Thank you for your support and we will keep you up to date!

Best regards,

Arthur De Roey.
Adopt-a-Worker In Charge
HCA South Africa
Mobile phone: +27714575395
http://www.hubbardcollegesa.org/

Belleair Ideal Mission Opens Tomorrow

We have some early photos of the Belleair Ideal Mission, which re-opens after completing renovations. It’s apparently going to be all white and baby blue inside. It looks clean, if not inviting, and perhaps somewhat sterile.

UPDATE: Photos of the event, showing the new uniforms staff will be wearing.



Drug Free World Training – Lesotho

On the evening of the 24th the Camera crew from Gold and the Coordinator for Drug Free World Africa left for Maseru, Lesotho to meet up with the Drug Free World Lesotho Executive Director Mr. James Molorane.

Due to heavy traffic, heavy rain storms and bad roads we decided to set up camp in Ladybrandt about 30 minutes from the Lesotho border around 2 am in the morning.

The following morning 25th we woke up at 7:30 am and left around 8:30 am after we had breakfast, braking [sic] down our camping equipment and sleeping tent, loaded our equipment and of [sic] we went to the Lesotho border. We eventually met up with James Molorane at a Restaurant in Lesotho around 1 pm. We had a meeting and found out that Lesotho has about 1.8 million people in Lesotho and that drug abuse were affecting about 78% of the Lesotho population according to James. And that drugs are being used for the first time from as you as 5 to 10 years old.

The shocking part was that Lesotho has an on going [sic] growing concern. Children would go to free school systems and use drugs due to peer pressure and fall pregnant. When the baby is born the child is left in front of an orphanage in Maseru. Before the orphanage babies were left on the side of the road or in dustbins. The when these babies grow up and they too go through the same cycle which is not OK and need to be addressed urgently.

At 2 pm we did a training seminar for about 2:30 hours with 15 volunteers from the Drug Free World team from Lesotho. We went over the Mission of Drug Free World Africa “Creating a drug free Africa” then we went over the Purpose “Saving many Lives” and started the training. The training was very well received by the volunteers and they participated attentively and with grate excitement. They were trained on how to use the drug free world materials. Who the target public are and how to go about creating events and booklet distribution. The volunteers signed a drug free world youth pledge (a promise) to educate individuals about the TRUTH about drugs and to clean up their community and country from the scourge of drugs.
When we walked into the training hall, this group did not look sure or interested but after the training this group of volunteers was infused with purpose, determination, Knowledge and now had the facts now on how to create a drug free Lesotho through education.

The Coordinator for Drug Free World Africa Mr. Maurithus Meiring that did the training with the newly formed Drug Free World Lesotho Volunteers team is very exited about this team and can’t wait to see their great works in Lesotho.

On the 26th we wrapped up the cycle with Mr. James Molorane the Executive Director for Drug Free World Lesotho. The Lesotho team was given anti drug booklets, a drug free world banner, a drug free world T/shirt and other materials to start of their very own Truth about drugs campaign in Lesotho.
This was a very short visit but well worth it. We will be back soon to ensure that the Drug Free World Campaign is Launched in a big way, and that many individuals can be reached in Lesotho to ultimately creating a drug free Lesotho and reverting the drug problem in Lesotho.

Best of luck to the New Drug Free World Team in Lesotho and we wish you all the best. We will be in touch and assisting you all the way through to create a drug free Lesotho.

If you would like to be trained or have a team that needs training to become a Drug Free World Team in Africa please send us an email to http://www.truthaboutdrugs.pretoria@gmail.com
Together we can create a drug free Africa.

Best regards
Maurithus Meiring
Coordinator for Drug Free World Africa