Where will you be on IASP day in October 2013?



What are you doing for IASP 2013 at Saint Hill?

Discussion in 'News and Current Events' started by pedrofcuk, 17 minutes ago.

pedrofcuk Member

Stand shoulder to shoulder with others who want to see this madness ended. If the 3,000 loyal Scientologists who show up for the IAS event at Saint Hill are met by 9,000 protesters, this could all be over on one October evening.

To make this happen all you have to do is stand on an English laneway for an entire day along with your comrades.

Simple isn't it?

Now, let's do it. No excuses. Everybody.

The same could be done at Hemet and other bases around the world.


That's pretty far away.


Patron with Honors
That's pretty far away.

What's far away? October? Or your nearest Scientology continental HQ? Or Tom Cruise?

It's 3 months away.

This could work because rather than telling the victims that they are not expanding but failing we will actually be showing them that DM is lying year after year after year.

A demonstration that demonstrates the obvious truth for all to see. How can we not do this?


Gold Meritorious SP
I may be out of the closet by then.

Congratulations. :coolwink:



A Girl Has No Name
I mean it in the critic sense. Not the TC / JT sense.





Patron with Honors
Is this the wrong place to attempt to assemble a united team of good-hearted people with the aim of actually doing something positive about the continuing abuses of a criminal cult?

The IAS hold their annual conference and spread further lies among the indoctrinated in October each year. I want to give them something to think about. The theme of the event is LOVE <3, something lacking within the cult but that we have in abundance.

Anyone can take part. Simply locate your nearest SO base if you can't get to Saint Hill, UK. Every little action, no matter how seemingly inconsequential can have a positive effect on cult members. Standing outside an org or mission holding a sign is effective.

Panda Termint

Cabal Of One
You're in the right place, mate!
There are plenty of good hearted people (with the aims you outline) here on ESMB.
I like the idea. :)