The farce continues.
These people continue to believe there is something of value to having an “Ideal Nation.” That achieving this will be a “victory” and is something that is important to “race” to accomplish.
What they mean is that all EXISTING Orgs in the US will have a newly renovated building.
They have been going on these kicks for some time about “An All Ideal California” or “All Ideal Florida” as if this represents a great advance for mankind. Their “victories” have been meaningless.
As I have said plenty of times here, there are already “ideal nations” where the existing organizations in those countries are ideal. Like New Zealand. Belgium. Japan. And what does this mean? Absolutely nothing.
An “Ideal Nation” (USA) that has not a single scientology org in the following states, is obviously meaningless:
But they are bringing in the big fundraising guns to make a push to squeeze some more blood out of the poor sheeple in order to get ideal buildings in Albuquerque, Honolulu, Long Island, Puerto Rico and whatever else is left…
If the ideal orgs in California — which in total are about the same order of magnitude as the rest of the US combined — are having no impact whatsoever on their planetary clearing goals, why devote time and resources to traditionally small and failing orgs like Honolulu rather than trying to do something to get the existing “ideal orgs” to reach any level of viability? The answer is simple, because that would require something more than demanding money from the public. And they have nothing else.
This is the end-game. Once the existing orgs are all located in ideal buildings, what then?
This “ideal org” program was touted as the answer to getting all orgs to the size of old St Hill. It’s been a dismal failure.
And there has not been a new org opened in the US since the two artificial orgs in Harlem and Inglewood (by artificial I mean they did not grow out of a local demand for scientology, they were simply bought and installed). And those were more than a decade ago. And before that, it’s hard to recall when the last org was opened? Perhaps Los Gatos when the criminal mission was converted into an org in mid 90’s to prevent the IRS from removing tax exempt status… What about opening an org in Houston? New Orleans? Charlotte? Surely that would be a higher priority than getting a building for Honolulu?
They can convince themselves they are accomplishing something and should keep handing over cash in the “race” to “complete” a completely failed program, but that is not changing the fact that scientology is shriveling before the eyes of the world.