Re: Mary DeMoss From XenuTV - Blown! I got a phone call telling it was a legitimate severing of her relations with Scientology. I can understand it. If the leaders of OSA, top PR people like Rinder, Goodman, if OSA leaders quit, it makes it acceptable for anyone lower on the food chain to similarly turn their backs on Scientology. blowing occurs in waves over the years. I try to share all the news I get. a couple weeks ago a person who knows the OSA staff in Los Angeles pretty well, gave me the latest list of who was left in OSA. OSA is the Office of Special Affairs, and it is decimated, shrunk, and it was done consciously by David Miscavige. I personally feel, he is continuing what he thinks is the correct new direction for the movement, and it includes just dropping all sorts of activities that they used to do, and thankfully this includes the old dirty tricks operations which is limited way down, simply because they are way understaffed. I don't understand why they went after the anonymous "ringleaders" but they did, but luckily in LA, the police there are dropping their investigations, and good for the police catching on and not being used by Scientology! anonymous is having a pretty positive impact if you ask me! Realize, that honestly, what Hubbard wrote for Scientology, THAT is senior in their minds. and I told one person recently, THE most important Hubbard writing, arguably, that governs the outlook/attitude of a Scientologist, is Hubbard's writing policy called "Keeping Scientology Working". In this writing, nicknamed KSW, Hubbard makes it absolutely clear than ANY trouble that befalls Scientology is the fault of the staff and members! Hubbard squarely lets staff and members know it is THEIR fault for not applying his spiritual "tech" and rules to good results which causes all the trouble that comes Scientology's way. So, anonymous by just showing up on sidewalks near orgs, Hubbard blames them for you! A sign directed to knowing Scientologists saying something like "We're back! What's up with your org's results?"" Hubbard wrote "Trouble spots occur only where there are 'no results.' " from Keeping Scientology Working, 1965.