By Joe "Zinjifar" Lynn more
2 January 2007
2006 was a very bad year for Scientology. It achieved its
highest ever level of general public recognition and is now
exposed from under its rock. Squirming in the sun and an object
of curiosity for the pop culture and media alike.
Xenu is irreversibly
tied around its plesisauruslike neck and unshakable, no matter
how many 'shore stories' are presented.
Yes; Xenu is not the core objectionable element of
Scientology, but, the crimes the 'Church' has committed to hide
him, and the transparency of the
lies it presents to try
to shove the cat back into the bag are no match for a single
'This is what they really believe' on a
cartoon show on a comedy channel.
The mental defects inflicted on its members are becoming
obvious. The 'creepiness factor' is now the prime factor
in the public consciousness.
A couple of major lawsuits reached 'resolution' in '06;
McPherson, and not
to the Cult's gameplan.
It's likely that even the most occluded 'ecclesiastical'
leaders of the 'Church' that
Ron built are aware that, given the current high visibility
and public rejection, any new lawsuits would be barrels,
not cans, of worms.
Poisoned worms that no amount of hidden 'reserves' or
extortionist barrators or suborned perjury or corrupted public
servants are likely to 'cure'.
2007 will be a year of skull-faced grimaces from the 'Church
Spokesclams', as they feign confident power. Will they let
Marty Rathbun out of
RPF to 'handle' it? Will
Mike Rinder be let out of
Or, will new faces be trotted out, sweating in the
knowledge of where their 'predecessors' are now...
Yeah, 2006 was bad for the Cult; 2007 will be downright
perilous. The 'push' to mainstream is not only stalled, but
self-destructing. The hope of disguising
(identity) to the 'Church' is dashed, and every new attempt to
open a facility only re-opens the hemorrhaging gash. WISE
is beginning to show up on radar screens, and, it's likely that
the next case of an employee being forced into the
'Church' will blow up like a mercury fulminate laced
Any Politician accepting 'Church' bribes nowadays, anywhere
Riverside County, might as well come out four-square for
infesting Mom's Apple Pie with anthrax.
So, my wishes for 2007 are pretty simple; more of the same,
but, I'd like to see this year become the year that 'Xenu'
and 'Insane' and 'creepy' are joined by a couple of lesser
publicly known issues.
'Church' ordered Disconnections are the foundation of 'Church'
power over its own victims. When it gets down to it, it's the
ability to threaten friends, family members, business partners
and even unrelated associates with ordered disconnection
that is the only weapon the 'Church' has to enforce its so
When a Scientologist finally begins to throw off the chains,
threatening him/her with loss of his 'Bridge'
becomes a less effective whip.
Threatening him with the loss of his children is often more
effective, and, it works.
For a Scientologist who's been in the Cult for most of his
adult life, it's also likely that all his ability to function
financially is also with Scientologists. To order his
business partners to 'Disconnect' from him is supposed to
be a death blow.
Although there are probably some criminal statutes and civil
torts that 'Church' ordered 'Disconnetion' violates, it's
unlikely that they would be easy to prosecute. The 'Church'
still has too much money, and, the conspiracy to obstruct
justice and suborn perjury and intimidate witnesses is too
widespread for anything but a
But; 'Disconnection' is not the 'voluntary' and
'self-determined' action the 'Church' claims, and the claims are
so transparent that they won't fly in the public perception.
Nobody who knows is fooled. And, given the rest of
the implosion of credibility the 'Church' has suffered last
year, I think the time for exposing 'Disconnection' is ripe.
It's a disgusting and repulsive practice even where it is
Next; I'd like to see Scientology Politics revealed.
Scientology's opinions on democracy;
Clearing the Planet; Special Zone Plans;
Keeping Scientology Working;
White. The 'secret' installations at Gilman Hot Springs and
The ties to corrupted politicians and other public servants.
of the Internal Revenue Service. The infiltration of public
The public now knows about Scientology insanity and
creepiness and dishonesty; 2007 should be the year of
What Scientology does to its own members is bad; what it does
to society is due for some attention.
Those are my wishes for 2007. The year of the implosion.
You Can Lead a Clam to Reason; but You Can't Make Him Think