The spring weather made for a pleasant May Protest. Our friends from the last 2 protests did not pay a visit.
The Org was down to 1 rent-a-cop this time.
Two Anons tried to protest on the public sidewalk in front of the Org, but the off-duty policeman turned them away. Later on, a member of the public who came and spoke with us tried visit the Org, but was barred from entrance (guess we tainted him).
To commemorate the hijinks at the Regional Raid in Nashville, we hoisted our sandwiches in a toast to the brave anon who stood and fell that day for want of bologna. (See http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KoWgm-... for the full story.)
I think it's a lulzy to call yourself Anonymous and it's something you don't have to pay for or disconnect from your family over -- because Anonymous has the ability to take down dangerous cults and enjoy delicious caek at the same time.
Being Anonymous, when you drive past an Org, it;s not like anyone else, it's, you drive past, you know you have to hide your face. You know those goons wanna fair game you for pushing them downstat.
We are the authorities on enturbulation. We are the authorities on the Internet. We are the authorities on creating chaos. We can rehabilitate noobs. We can bring drama and unite SP's.
Being Anonymous you look at someone and you know absolutely that you can help them -- as long as they aren't brainwashed.
When I first saw dianetics, I was like "tl;dr. And why is there an exploding volcano on the cover? And why are you charging $20 for a paperback? I don't care if you gave me a fake-ass stress test, you said it was free! And why are you taking my picture? Get away, you creep!"
Travelling the tubes and you know, talking with these leaders in various chat rooms................................. they want help, and they are depending on people who can enturbulate, and do it, and that's us. It is the time now. Now is the time. It is being Anonymous, people are turning to you, and you better know it, and if you don't, you know, go and lurk moar. [Laughs] Pretend to know it if you have to. I mean, that's what LRH did.
My opinion is, look, you're either in the pool or the pool's closed, OK? Which is it? If you're in the pool, you're in the pool, just like the rest of us. Period.
It's like, we're here to help, but we're also here for the lulz. If you're Anonymous, you see Scientology, the way it is, in all its corruption, all its craziness, and the more you know about Scientology, the crazier it gets (laughs, claps)
Chans are there to help, OK. But we, also as the public, we have a responsibility. It's not just the chans. It's not just Paul Fetch. It's not just me. It's you. It's everybody out there. Keeping Scientology Enturbulated and looking to see what their next Epic Fail is, saying OK, am I going to milk this for lulz, or am I going to go srs bzns. Period. Smiley.
And [mumbling] they asked me...who? Oh, you know, them. Anyway, they asked me "Have you ever met a mf'ing clear?" [Laughs] And I looked at them and I thought, wouldn't that be something, if one day there actually was a mf'ing clear and it wasn't some false promise they keep charging money for.
Wow. Clears. We won't just read about them in bad science fiction books. Then instead of running from us they can just postulate us gone with the power of their minds.
Because Scientologists won't confront me. They photograph me, they spread black PR around my neighborhood, they poison my cats, but they won't won't confront me.
I don't care whether someone thinks it's too moral or too lulzy. Because you're either helping and contributing everything you can, or you're not, ok?
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Music: Chocolate Rain Remix Instrumental by Antagonist