LRH died before reaching his goals for the planet.
CBR took over after him, developed additional tech, and gave those who were disaffected yet still reaching a place to go.
Then CBR too died. Now others have taken over after him.
So no, it is taking more than one lifetime, whether you think those are worthy goals or not.
I understand what you wrote in the first three lines quoted above, and appreciate the time you spent to respond. I'm not quite up to speed as regards the fourth line, however.
You've hit upon, perhaps, the only thing everyone associated with/near Co$ both past and present agree upon - yes, it appears to be taking quite a bit of time to, for example, 'clear' the planet. However, I don't recall writing anything that would indicate I thought it should take less (or more) time -- only that I remain curious as to the existence of a target date (for lack of better phrase) within which to accomplish goals/aims as stated by Co$.
Further, if I've left the impression that I find all of the stated goals/aims of Co$ to be unworthy, it's easily corrected -- world peace, for example, is a reality I'd very much like to see in my lifetime and it might sound odd as a stated aim of a former soldier, but it remains true nonetheless. Like so many others, I do not believe harmful practices and abusive policies imposed against any group of people to further the aim of world peace has any merit whatsoever - and Co$ is, without question in my mind, assuredly culpable of such conduct/behavior.
Most simply put - if hubbard wrote/directed that certain goals/aims were to be achieved and he did not write/state that the aims/goals were to be achieved by "x" date, I'd like to read/listen/view such info for myself. That's all.