We all know they don't "worship the Supreme Being" in the strictest sense (i.e. not at all) and that they have tried to use this deception in the past to gain total property tax free status for some of their buildings. But in this day and age shouldn't "place of religious worship" have its definition extended to cover any organized and supervised religious activity deemed as a requirement for their practitioners to achieve religious enlightenment or salvation? Christians grovel on their knees and worship some invisible useless Divine fucker who fucks up the universe and through doing so hope to gain some favor and get to heaven or whatever. Good for them - they can get there just by grovelling on their knees and worshiping - but Scientology is a more intense type of religion that requires its practitioners to train and be processed in order to achieve salvation - so should not that main activity in all Orgs be regarded as their equivalent of "religious worship" and therefore, in this modern day and age, all their Orgs be 100% property tax free just like a place of religious worship is 100% property tax free? I think that would be fair in this modern day and age and the public will just have to make up the shortfall in taxes by paying a bit more.