Who said they're young? I just think they're non-Scientologists (aka "wogs" to the initiated Scientologist) who have discovered how utterly ridiculous and evil the Church of Scientology is. They had the guts to try to do something about it in a way they could. Remember the "throwing potatoes" reference by L. Ron Hubbard? (If you don't, see the blue paragraph below.)
It is your opinion that a DDoS attack on scientology.org would help make the CofS a martyr. Well I say Bullshit! The CofS is hated by more people than you know. Let them also have their own say. After all a DDoS attack is also sort of a statement.
How could you defend the CofS at all? You think your "game plan" on getting the CofS disbanded is the only effective method? You think you're the "know best" in the fight? Just because "Vid et al" are not playing the game the way you guys here on ESMB want it played out, doesn't mean their efforts won't be effective. Well I tell you PHOOEY! You haven't been effective YET in bringing down the CofS. Why not accept a little help from others in their own way.
Non-Scientologists don't have the same background as you guys. They are NOT afraid of the CofS and what will happen back to them as Fair Game. They may be more effective than you think... and more brazen than you. How dare you be so short-sighted as to think that "only you" (as ex-Scientologists) know the right way to bring down the CofS.
You spend your time writing and writing and writing online in the hopes that someone will read about your plight and you'll win them over to your side. You hope and hope and hope that the media will pick up on some great little tidbits and broadcast them to give the CofS the proverbial black eye... and win even more support from their viewers. Then when that happens (such as the recent media feeding frenzy about Tom Cruise, the bio, the CofS) you poo-poo people's fresh ideas about doing something about it.
You take someone who was willing to join the fight and you berate him till you piss him off and he leaves. I didn't see any posting trying to gather him in for a better fight. You just attacked him. Well buggar you and the horse you rode in on, too. You sure don't know how to win a war.
"Throwing potatoes" was something LRH mentioned in one or two of his lectures. He was talking about World War II when the Japanese bombers were on their way to Pearl Harbor. He said that a lot of people were mentally affected by the incident because it happened so fast and they couldn't (or didn't) do something about it. He said the people who remained most sane after the incident were those on a fishing boat who "threw potatoes" at the bombers overhead. Obviously a futile effort that wouldn't be successful in doing anything effective against the bombers, however it was "doing something about it" and those people on the fishing boats were the least affected (mentally) about the incident because at least they tried.