What he wants is less important than the consequences of what he does. Moxon and Davis presumably don't want to cripple Scientology either, but they do.
Marty was crowing about the media coverage of the SquirrelBusters being bad PR for Miscavige, but non-Scentologists don't look at those videos and think, "Man, those Church of Scientology people acting under orders of David Miscavige are nuts". They think, "Man, Scientologists are nuts."
Despite all his goals of rehabilitating the image of Hubbard and Scientology, I think he is doing further harm to both.
And for this, I salute him and think he should be included in the list.
One of the many problems with the Cof$ is they are still operating off of old policies that may have worked at one time but no longer work or work against them. I remember from the HQS course I believe that the policies to run an organization were subject to change, and were always subordinate to goals, purposes and objectices, and that policies were there to forward goals, purposes, and objectives. Now setting aside the "tech" side of Scientology ... that is, regardless if it works or not or to what degree ... Marty WOULD be following the HubTurd, at least the written version of the HubTurd, if unworkable policies were set aside ... such as disconnection, fair game, freeloader debts, the RPF, heavy ethics, constant junk mailing without updating mailing lists, etc.