To everyone who comes to this blog, I wish you a Happy New Year. And a Happy New Decade.
There is much to be hopeful for in 2020 and the years to follow.
Despite what my daughter may say, I will be busier than ever helping to expose abuses across different media platforms in the coming months and year. A legal team has assembled and fired its first shots across the bow of the pirate ship and there is a lot more to come. The media is by the day less afraid of scientology and more aware of its abuses. There is an army on social media who don’t buy scientology bullshit. And most important of all, the organization itself continues to shrink, even according to its own statements. They are able to abuse fewer and fewer (of course even one is bad enough and is why the fight must not end — but to quote Source “don’t nag a rise”).
We embark on this new year and decade with greater certainty of success in bringing the abuses to an end than at any time in history. Conversely scientology heads into an era of uncertainty and dangers lurking around every corner.
These are good times.
I came across this quote from Albert Einstein that I feel is especially appropriate today.
Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow – Albert Einstein