Breaking news from Colleen Sautez announces first episode of “The X-Women Show”, will air around the globe this Saturday, June 15, 2013, at noon PST and 3Pm EST on the God Discussion Radio Show.
Colleen says, “The truth gets hidden away in the shadows while they slip their hands in your pockets to steal your money, your private information, and RAPE YOUR MIND until your soul is blackened and besmirched.”
Colleen is an ex-Scientologist and experienced horrific events such as “sleeping on floors, enslavement, coerced abortions, giving up money, time, energy, and losing everything.”
“My entire family and many, many friends have been utterly and completely destroyed,” says Colleen.
Examiner writer, David Love, will be joining Colleen and talking about Narconon’s gradual steps of mind-control, brainwashing and horrific abuses at these Scientology drug rehab centers.
David Love, ex-patient and staff member at Narconon Trois-Rivieres in Quebec, Canada, will share some insights into the terrible abuses and many patient deaths inside Narconons around the globe. David has seen and documented countless events of patient exploitation, mind control, physical and sexual abuses, as well as forced labour and degrading actions upon desperate, suffering addicts.
Many vulnerable young patients who enter Scientology’s drug rehabs are not treated for their mental illnesses caused by overlapping factors such as underlying brain genetics, character vulnerabilities, and/or early exposure to stress or trauma. Quite simply, drug addiction can lead to mental illness and mental illness can lead to addiction to drugs.
In Narconon staff’s own words, they are not qualified to handle or treat co-existing addiction and mental illness.
Countless letters and emails were received from distraught addicts who were lost at Narconon and suffered agonizing pain.
One young lady suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and chronic drug addiction tells her story in this letter excerpt: (published with permission)
“I was molested by 2 different men at the age of five and it stopped when I was eight. When I was raped at 11 by my best friend’s father, I ran from the house and flagged down a ride. When I told the man what happened, he got mad and asked me why I let the man rape me. He raped me too and when we went around a corner I opened the door and rolled into a ditch, busted up and bruised, I ran into the woods and fell to the damp, mossy ground. I stayed curled up crying for a whole day, wondering, praying, swearing at God for letting this happen to me.”
She ends her long story with: “I don’t know where to turn. I am broken and feel very much alone. All I ever wanted was a place to call home. Thanks for listening and I hope you don’t think of me as a bad person.”
The young lady, who gave me this letter while at Narconon, was never treated for her sexual trauma by a qualified therapist – only the usual Scientology ‘training routines’ and ‘auditing sessions.’
Survivors of destructive cults report a number of symptoms resulting from the after effects of traumatic experiences of physical, sexual, emotional, mental, and so-called spiritual abuse.
Colleen Sautez wants to help the suffering this Saturday by helping others understand how such good people can be duped into this evil cult. And how the walls can close in while you’re thinking you’re in THE elite group of Scientology.
“We are here. We care. We bleed for you. We will also laugh with you and hold your hand while you shiver into the new you — Love is it. The rest is just words or distraction,” said Colleen.
Colleen and David know well what ex-cult members have suffered due to ‘Post-Cult Traumatic Stress Disorder’ and will open the phone lines for callers at the following Radio Show website:
Women abused by religion and cults –
Show Time: Saturday, June 15, 2013, Noon Pacific / 1 PM Mountain / 2 PM Central / 3 PM Eastern.
David Edgar Love