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Straight, Inc. and Derivatives / Some of My Best Friends Believe in Santa Claus
« Last post by ajax13 on May 24, 2018, 07:50:26 PM »
I received a reply from a Calgary doctor and politician regarding AARC.  It was profoundly absurd and quite sad coming from a medical professional:

"I have reviewed the material you sent and have certainly concerns about the policies and procedures at AARC which I am now pursuing. I will be discussing it with various people in the addictions/mental health field so I have not ignored this new information.
I also have several people in my immediate circle who believe their child's life was hanging by a thread and was saved. This is not a 'black and white' issue."

The notion that a doctor would accept the claim that someone whose life was "hanging by a thread" was saved by undergoing a thought reform process overseen by a former phys-ed teacher and guidance counsellor is beyond ridiculous.  Nobody's life is hanging by a thread when they show up at AARC.  The people undergoing amateur "intakes" at AARC are not suffering organ failure nor cardiac arrest nor any other condition that poses an immediate threat to life.  Most people who abuse drugs stop on their own, and even those who don't, generally live for a long time.  The claim that AARC is saving lives is utterly ridiculous.  Undergoing AARC's indoctrination process does however, seem to relate to a significant reduction in life expectancy. 
The mortality rate for people in the age cohort of AARC "graduates" is .92 per thousand. The AARC death rate is at least 32.5 per thousand.  About ten percent of the population display the symptoms of "substance use disorder".  If every death could be attributed to substance abuse, then we could expect 9.2 deaths per thousand, or a third of the death rate among AARC survivors.  However, substance abuse in the Canadian population is the cause of less than ten percent of deaths in Canada.  So an expected mortality rate among AARC survivors would be .92 deaths per thousand.  Which means that the AARC death rate is well over thirty times that expected amongst those displaying symptoms of substance use disorder. 
Straight, Inc. and Derivatives / The AARC Magic Number: 100. Percent. Phoney.
« Last post by ajax13 on May 22, 2018, 10:32:34 PM »
Yet another steaming mound of Vausecrement pedalled by the local Frankenpaper in Calgary.  Interesting that the Wiz claims that three unfortunate AARC survivors died in 2015.  There were only 272 Fentanyl-linked deaths in the Province that year, so AARC graduates made up over one percent of Fentantyl deaths.  An AARC graduate is 72 times more likely than the average Albertan to die from Fentanyl. 
The usual unsubstantiated and patently nonsensical claim about AARC graduates remaining "sober" is included, and a king-size fib about the Wiz doing twenty years of research into adolescent addiction is thrown in for good measure.  The Wiz started his Phd after meeting Miller Newton, possessor of two such pieces of toilet paper from the Wiz's alma mater, "the Union Institute", and completed it in 1994, two years into his stint as head of the AARC sect.  The man's claims about his CV are utter fantasy.

Here's a wacky bit of AARC promotion from twenty years ago.  I got this from AARC's website in 2007.  It refers to the Wiz twice as a psychologist, a completely false claim, and the Wiz claims to induce 60% soberousness in his subjects.  How do you know Dean Vause is lying?  His lips are moving.  I wonder how Lisa feels about the Wiz and All About Receiving Cash these days?
It seems that there is a new version of  Carolina Springs Academy.:

This time it is called: Wake up call Boot Camp for Troubled Teens

They have worked under a number of names:
  • Carolina Springs Academy
  • Magnolia Hills Christian School
  • Seneca Ranch
  • Second Chance Youth Ranch

How many times will they try?

Straight, Inc. and Derivatives / Alcoholics Eponymous
« Last post by ajax13 on May 22, 2018, 12:21:37 AM »
In the litany of phoney stories excreted by All About Receiving Cash, a big old smelly whopper is the claim that the Wiz and the AARColytes are running Alcoholics Anyonymous meetings.  Out of 600 or so "graduates", somewhere in the neighborhood of one in ten are publicly exposed in order to sell the sect to the unsuspecting public.  This includes the stomach-churning free promos given to AARC over the years by the Vancouver Sun, the Calgary Herald, Alberta Report, and other wretched media emissions.  The following flatus from the Herald concerns a young man that I knew.  I was his rugby coach for two seasons during the period that the article claims he was being consumed by addiction.  The Herald story is, like all AARC promos, absurd and false.  This kid's Dad, in what was a responsible act, actually phoned me when the boy was in tenth grade to advise me that they were hosting a party and the kids attending would be consuming alcohol in a supervised setting.  My son was a teammate of the boy and I picked him up from the party. 
Not only is a completely fake history of the kid's addiciton revealed, but a tale of criminal activity is also exposed, with no regard for the boy's right to privacy and confidentiality.  As AARC is a behavioiur modification program, the goalposts are always switched from treating a "brain disease' to modifying behaviours.  AARC is one big ol' fraud.
Straight, Inc. and Derivatives / Imaginationland
« Last post by ajax13 on May 19, 2018, 06:02:07 PM »
The patently absurd story of the imposter addictions expert and All About Receiving Cash sect leader continues to be sold to the unsuspecting.  The Wiz did not found AARC, it was set up by the people responsible for sending Canadians to the Kids child abuse cult in the United States.  The Wiz has however, been at AARC  since 1992, rendering the claim that he spent twenty years researching adolescent addiction as preposterous as the rest of the nonsense emitted from AARC.  One phoney tale is piled on another.  The Wiz wrote his Project Demonstrating Excellence about AARC, after he had already taken control of the sect, and AARC now claims that his PhD "program" was really  “Adolescent Substance Use Disorders”.  The capacity for the sect to generate nonsense seems to be without limit.

The Troubled Teen Industry / Good News about our film the last Stop
« Last post by Matt C. Hoffman on May 15, 2018, 05:31:18 PM »
It has been reduced to 10 dollars  to stream-  We had been talking about doing this - And the funny thing it is about "the program"  not just our experiences at Elan the film portrays this sick program that really every one can recognize , as being "the Program"  - no matter where an unfortunate soul was sent.

It is so good I hope every  one will see it - more people that were not in a place - they seem to get really upset when they find out this is going on taday in many places for huge profits -and it is just as bad as the Elan in our film .

Cause this has got to end - Places like the ARRC in Canada- People in Canada need to see our film -
Ms Callahan treads a line of fiction that is libelous and slanderous - where in the world did she find that the perpetrator had placed their semen on the remains - Jesus for the last time , there was not one scintilla of direct evidence linking Mr. Skakel to the crime. Her whole premise is that people with money get treated differently , though in this case , one could argue because of money justice was not served - and my point is

Mrs. Maureen Callahan does not know about the sheet that was found  " loving placed over Martha Moxley's remains by - some one unknown after the fact , huh, and there was no biologics  of Mr. Skakels found on anything including the sheet, nor the body.  I am also surprised at how some one has apparently given up - that maybe the jig is up. Therefore why repeat something that is known to be false.

She has to boister the lie of this Camelot by stating that Elan was a posh ( hahahahahaha) place , which is funny considering how many thousands of Connecticut's, New York's , Massachusetts , state wards were processed thru this brutal ,broke down palace, of a well protected criminal enterprise, where attack therapy akin to torture was used by  the adults that ran that hell hole, as they criminally  warehoused children under the guise of  therapy. and for a hefty profit . Since these adult employees directed us, the residents, to abuse each other on a daily basis. Posh no it was eat or be eaten /or life during Wartime. Nothing therapeutic about Elan, imo it was the biggest criminal scam to have existed in the State of Maine for close to forty years.

Felice and then I inquired -you know inquiring minds want to know - The NY post is a rag that is a akin  to that of other super market tabloids - so why would there be any  imo fact in this prattle of this woman's obvious premise  to maintain the status Quo of the Kennedys, as untouchable which is not true -a man with money was still was railroaded into prison - while apparently the killer who imo also has money as  well, remains free. - A death  bed confession, at this point would not surprise me.
Straight, Inc. and Derivatives / Controlling the Chokepoints 3
« Last post by ajax13 on May 14, 2018, 05:52:44 PM »
Subsequent to the airing of the CBC's Fifth Estate program "Powerless" in February of 2009,  no action was undertaken by the Children's Services Ministry, despite the fact that the program revealed an array of unlawful and dangerous practices used by the sect in their behaviour modification program.  Significant among these practices is the use of "recovery homes".  These recovery homes are unlicensed, unregulated private jails operated by AARC sect members.  The practice was used in the Seed, Straight Inc., and Kids, all AARC progenitor programs.  While in these unlicensed jails, AARC subjects known as "Newcomers" are under the control of "Oldcomers", subjects who have undergone the primary process of indoctrination into the AARC sect.  In the case of Christine Lunn, she was given over to a young man of the age of majority who was in a position of authority over her, despite the fact that he was determined by AARC to be suffering from a chronic brain disease that significantly impaired his judgement and produced an array of antisocial behaviours.  This unfortunate young man had just undergone months of highly stressful behaviour modification using thought reform techniques.  Clearly no reasonable person would give a teenage girl to a young man under such conditions, but this was done by AARC.  No investigation of this practice was undertaken by Children's Services.

The CBC program also revealed that AARC uses a bizarre form of indoctrination on subjects that entails rendering the AARC clients entirely dependent on the sect.  The process was described by Barry Beyerstein, a psychologist from Simon Fraser University:

"All such practices begin with a concerted assault upon the individual's personal identity,  i.e.,  an attempt to destroy his or her sense of self and its relation to the pre-existing social matrix.5  By systematically undermining their sense of individual autonomy,   target  persons can be driven to a state of child-like vulnerability to outside influences,  dramatic alterations in beliefs,  and in extreme cases,  psychotic-like behavior and suicidal tendencies."

This indoctrination was further revealed to be conductedat AARC by amateur staff, a staff composed of subjects who have undergone the sect's indoctrination process.

The use of the cruel and equally bizarre punishment regimen known at "Zero Club" was also discussed on the CBC program.  In the case of Christine Lunn, AARC inflicted the Zero Club punishment on her and justified the criminal conduct by alleging that Lunn was suicidal.  AARC's records of Lunn's indoctrination indicate that despite being deemed suicidal by AARC, at no time did AARC afford Lunn the opportunity to see a mental health professional to deal with the alleged suicidal ideation.

A wide range of illegal and dangerous practices were discussed on the Fifth Estate, and this begs the question as to why no one from Children's Services undertook an investigation of any kind.  No agent of the Provincial Government ever attempted to contact or interview Rachel O'Neill, Christine Lunn, Bodana Dye or Simi Bates.  Instead they were left to the devices of AARC's inquisitor and sued.

This internal document from AARC shows that the Minister of Children's Services at the time, Janis Tarchuk, was in communication with AARC after the CBC program aired.  As well, the former Minister for Children's Services, Heather Forsyth, was also communicating directly with AARC, as was Ron Stevens,  the Alberta Justice Minister. 

These former members of the Alberta Government ensured that no investigation of AARC was undertaken, and the sect continues to use the same practices today, including the use of amateur jails, unlawful practice of Restricted healthcare activities, and the use of the behaviour modification techniques passed down from the progenitor programs in the United States.

"Once letter is complete send a copy to Hon Ron Liepert, Hon. Janis Tarchuk, Jonathan Denis, Ron Stevens (in confidence)"

"Once we receive confirmation from the police that the cases are closed both ministers will be informed. Heather Forsyth contacted Jane Bolstad and warned of the U of WO students doing research on AARC with a negaitive slant as a result of the Fifth Estat. She cautioned that it was not over & we should forward letters of support of AARC to government officials. Heather was sent the Ombudsman letter and copies of letters of support that AARC has received."

The Troubled Teen Industry / Re: Skakel's sentance is vacated.
« Last post by Eliscu2 on May 14, 2018, 05:17:07 AM »
This is a big Deal - Michael Skakel has had his conviction overturned by the Connecticut Supreme court - It is unclear , at this point if prosecutors are going to file for another trial.

I hope the Department of Justice looks into the deal - Connecticut CPS/CJJS had with Joe Ricci and the amount of money that state paid Joe for participating in his well protected by Maine folks -elected officials - Joes continuing criminal enterprise known as the Elan School- It ran for forty years - Connecticut sent thousands of children to Elan.

I just read this article in The New York Post where the Author referred to Elan as "a posh reform school in Maine" :o
It's in the opinion section.
Skakel’s tossed conviction just another example of Kennedy privilege

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