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David Miscavige: The answer to this planet's problems will not be found in the material. Of this there can be no question. For if the solutions can't prevent war, nation to nation, how then can it be expected to answer questions like love, happiness, or peace of mind?

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David Miscavige: For while one can complain about the conditions we live in, and it all can seem completely overwhelming, we take a different view - that the most important commodity on Earth are people.

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David Miscavige: If we are to handle education, it can no longer be just a catch phrase, which is why our efforts are unrelenting.

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David Miscavige: Our crusade in this regard is not just recent. For instance, the subject of an honest government with open access to the people. It's made possible in no small measure due to the Freedom of Information Act. Well, check your legal dockets and you'll find the Church of Scientology at the vanguard of setting precedents that made that access possible. Just as you'll find our use of that act to expose CIA mind-control experiments on unsuspecting citizens conducted in the 1960s.

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