The biggest problem confronting scientology is the statistic they are using to make their latest pitch for money. 8 new people on the internet every second.
Who knows if this is true or not, but the number is really irrelevant. It could be one per second or 800 per second.
Not a single one of those 1 or 8 or 800 people will ever find the PR about scientology they attempt to spread on the internet without ALSO finding the truth about scientology, which is far more prevalent.
It’s the ultimate Catch 22.
Scientology is like a bunch of starving villagers in an isolated village. They know they have nothing to eat inside the village. The only food is beyond the village walls, but that food is also being stalked by hungry tigers. Every night a new villager volunteers to go out to catch them something to eat, and every night another villager becomes dinner for the hungry tigers. Every foray scientology makes into the jungle of the internet is another disaster, but they keep on trying because they are dying a slow death and instinctively know that outside their bubble walls is their only hope.
Scientology: the telex machine religion of the 21st century.