Since it's a Scientology concept, I would assume it would be something 'ideal' for Scientology, and, since the Sea Org is the most scientological of Scientology aspects, I would assume a 'Clear Planet' would be one run like the Sea Org.
I think we can all be glad that Ron *didn't* practice what He preached; mostly because He couldn't.
"I don't know how anything is; I only know how it seems to me." - Robert Anton Wilson
"Taxation and drug prohibition are both coercive state interventions." - Thomas Szasz
"Can you imagine a world without countries or religions? It's the same message over and over. And it's positive." - John Lennon
It was a nice thought.
What I saw on the Int Base convinced me that the actual end result would be the planet cleared of all those people who did not embrace Scientology, which amounted to at least 98% of the population.
Will that be cash, cheque or credit card?
Or practiced what he preached to new Scientologists?
Or practiced what he preached to rank and file staff?
Or practiced what he preached to Sea Org?
Or practiced what he preached to his "Ops" people? (Guardians Office/OSA, etc.)
Or practiced what he preached to himself in his 1938 "Mission Statement," where he announced his "real goal" to attain a kind of "immortality" by becoming a "legend," or in his Affirmations, where he announced that, "Mankind shall grovel at [his] feet and not know why"?
He sure practiced what he preached privately.
"PR is overt (displayed), Intelligence is covert." PR Series 7.
The goal of Scientology is to exist - to "survive" for a very long time, keeping L. Ron Hubbard's name alive for thousands of years, and identifying (for a small group of fanatics) that name and "legacy' with the survival and well being of themselves, and all Mankind.
Last time I looked, number one on the list of priorities of the "Church of Spiritual Technology" is the preservation of the name of L. Ron Hubbard.
Consult Hubbard's confidential LRH PPRO (Personal Public Relations Officer)
writings for more on this.
It's about "survival" and having an "impact," and "creating an effect," and Hubbard "smashing his name into history so violently that it will take a legendary form."
In short, Scientology - which I do regard as having some "positive aspects" at its "outer fringes" - is stranger then is easily grasped - at first.
Even stranger, is that behind the personality cult that equates Hubbard with "survival," is a more practical money, power, and blackmail gathering operation that uses the true believing members for various purposes.
Still, if someone moves far enough away from the dark core of Scientology, one can still help another with certain (in themselves) benign ideas and practices - mostly derived from others than Hubbard, but seldom credited to those others.
So very very strange.