“I do not have to tell you what is wrong. You can look around yourself and see a number of conditions, all signs of decay and sources of pain. You know they should not be that way.” —L. Ron Hubbard
The global devastation and human misery wrought by drug abuse, illiteracy, moral decay and the abuse of human rights—to say nothing of natural and man-made disasters—is unmistakable.
While the problems of social injustice, war, poverty, crime and discrimination continue to produce misery and discouragement in virtually every corner of the globe, what is conspicuously lacking in combating potentially apocalyptic scenarios are effective solutions.
In the course of his decades of research into the mind and spirit, L. Ron Hubbard developed methods by which to address the crises that threaten our world.
To bring those solutions to bear, Scientologists have sponsored permanent international headquarters to act as “generation plants,” thereby setting in motion broad-scale movements in the name of morality, literacy, drug prevention and rehabilitation.
To realize the greater humanitarian objectives of Scientology, David Miscavige set forth a strategy that has led the Church into a multimedia age to provide readily available, easily assimilated and rapidly distributed tools to raise awareness, to educate and to activate millions of voices for a better world.
The result: revolutionary social betterment and humanitarian programs supported by the Church of Scientology. These programs are utterly unique, indisputably cutting-edge and most importantly, they work.
The accomplishments of the global campaigns of the Scientology religion are tangible demonstrations of what can be done when one man, David Miscavige, resolutely dedicated to achieving a vision the Founder entrusted to him, and with the full support of the religious movement he leads, extends the hand of help to others.