Haiti Bad fto worse

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    Amid the mass of aid agencies piling in to help Haiti quake victims is a batch of Church of Scientology "volunteer ministers", claiming to use the power of touch to reconnect nervous systems.
    Clad in yellow T-shirts emblazoned with the logo of the controversial US-based group, smiling volunteers fan out among the injured lying under makeshift shelters in the courtyard of Port-au-Prince's General Hospital.


    A wealthy private donor provided his airplane to fly in 80 volunteers from Los Angeles, along with 50 Haitian-American-doctors, in a gesture worth 400,000 dollars, said a Parisian volunteer who gave her name as Sylvie.

    "We're trained as volunteer ministers, we use a process called 'assist' to follow the nervous system to reconnect the main points, to bring back communication," she said.

    Scientologists 'heal' Haiti quake victims using touch[​IMG]
     
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    I'm extremely glad Mr. Travolta has a plane and was willing to do this. To my knowledge there have already been 4 jets filled with medical personnel, volunteers and others, funded by the Church of Scientology. Here in DC we're working like CRAZY right now to find doctors and medical personnel to go on the next flight we have ready to go on Monday out of Tampa.
     
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    Doctors, nurses and maintenance staff on strike...

    Pregnant woman dies waiting at hospital
    Fri, May 06, 2016 - STAFF STRIKES: Doctors, nurses and maintenance staff have walked off the job at public hospitals to protest scant medical supplies, unsafe work practices and poor pay
     

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