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I have personally seen the verve and vitality of Scientologists across Europe, revitalizing the cause of religious freedom as we approach the year 2000. I have observed their actualization of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in its 50th Anniversary in 1998. Scientologists are bringing together human rights and religious groups in a concerted push to restore those rights that are a part of every nation that has signed the Universal Declaration.

L. Ron Hubbard’s philosophy of human and spiritual freedom is helping to create a future where individuals and humanity will flourish in a world of freedom. Scientologists have already staked a claim for liberty, not only for themselves but for others as well. In bringing people together, the Scientologists are ensuring that the Universal Declaration of Human Rights forged in this century will only become stronger in the coming centuries.

Irving Sarnoff
Friends of the United Nations


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