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Marty is part of the Scientology worlds ecosystem, my like each animal and species is on planet earth. They each have a role.
Is Marty's role valuable? Sure, in many ways. He feeds on CoS Scientologists and they come down with COB Fever, perish as Church members (i.e. "blow") and this helps the world by keeping in check the proliferation of the tech locusts, OSA hyenas, IAS vultures and many other CoS predators.
But, at the same time, Marty is like the species known as mosquito. They are also part of the world's ecosystem, providing food for countless birds, amphibians and fish.
But mosquitoes also are the carrier of a spectrum of disease, such as the 250 million people who are infected with malaria annually, of which 1 million die.
There is much scientific support for the idea that if the mosquito vanished from the face of the earth, it would not have any meaningful impact, being readily replaced by other insects who pollinate or serve as sustenance up the food chain.
All I know is that when Marty is spreading anti-CoS infectious disease amongst CoS Scientologists and wogs, I heartily applaud him.
But personally, I use indie insecticide and bug zappers and don't think twice about keeping them away when I am having a picnic.
Marty serves his eco-purpose to that extent, but eventually will become unnecessary, like the extinct dinosaurs, when COB is eliminated and the parasitic diseases caused by Scientology tech itself continues to spread to innocent people.
LOL @ "COB fever".
I figure that there are people coming out of the church who are going to want to continue Scn at first, but at least they're out and the fetters are off. They can argue among themselves, read whatever they want, talk to whomever they want, visit forbidden sites like this one. I don't think all that many of them will stay in, though, even if they land at Marty's place for a while. Once you start to learn about Hubbard and how things were under him, the "COB fever" starts to break.