I'm pretty sure that GB recognizes that the "good" in Scientology (and even the Sea Org) is one component of the list of ingredients that compose the total package. And a big part of that goodness is to be found in the people themselves.
I'm often been accused of the same thing: of saying it's "all bad," when I have repeatedly said that there is some "good" in Scientology. It wouldn't be much of a trap if it weren't for the "good."
Yet, it doesn't seem to matter, I am nonetheless accused of saying, "It's all bad."
Have you ever been in the Sea Org, Birdsong?