One is hard-pressed to even guess what the COS's next response is going to be to their pathetic saber rattling after the land's owner exercised his free-enterprise, constitutionally-protected freedom to sell the land to whomever the hell he wanted to sell it to.
So, what is COB's next brilliant move--after issuing legal threats and trying to become an obstructionist in Clearwater's lovely plan to build a great public aquarium? Jeez, this is going to take some real ingenious strategic planning because now there are 5.4x more Clearwater residents that reject/ridicule the cult than before!
HELPFUL TIP TO "DINKY" & "BLINKY" (Miscavige/Yingling):
--Create a "Special Edition" of Freedom Magazine dedicated to the shocking spike in water-related terrorism such as the Somali pirates hijacking ships and murdering innocents. The cover's headline should cleverly question: "HAS CLEARWATER DECLARED A GENOCIDAL FATWA AGAINST RELIGION?"
--In the feature story, the Clearwater aquarium project should be luridly exposed as "religious bigots and haters" that are "attempting to deny religious Scientologists with the holy water their scripture requires!" This is how you walk back the monumental goof in Blinky's letter where she claimed that the COS needed the land to build another swimming pool. Then dead agent the "lie" and state affirmatively that it was never about a swimming pool!
--provide documentary and historical and scriptural proof that the Scientology religion has a long and verifiable history of using water in their religious rites and rituals, exactly the same as the Christian religion (e.g. Catholicism) uses "holy water" for baptism and sacramental protection against evil. Likewise, Scientology's senior clergy join a water-related religious fraternity (the SEA org).
--include photos, testimonials and success stories about the religious rites that depict OVERBOARDING and other profoundly self-sacrifice worship performed at Scientology's international base where the holiest ministers wade about in feces infested swamps for days (cleaning them by hand) without any hazmat protective gear.
--then neatly tie all this together by vicious charging that Clearwater and the Marine non-profit have conspired to deny the religion of Scientology a "modest real estate vessel to hold the church's holy water for all of its parishioners and mankind". Then re-issued Blinky's letter and claim that the reference to "real estate" or "swimming pool" was a transcriptionist error that should have read "sacred baptismal land". Position this against the genocide of Native American Indians by a photo of an Indian Chief very tearfully looking at at what was formerly a sacred ancestral burial ground, now being paved over to build a Krispy Kreme donut franchise.
--create a non-profit SAVE THE ANIMALS foundation that fights against the Nazi-like enslavery of Dolphins and other aquatic free-spirits, keeping them in prisons inside aquariums where they are openly stared at and mocked all day by cruel "trainers" and customers. Create mass protests in every aquarium in North America by Scientologists who chant catchy slogans like "HELL NO, NAZI DOLPHIN MURDERERS HAVE GOT TO GO!" Protest placards should either "find or manufacture" photos of dolphins cruelly trapped in fishing nets next to photos of Clearwater council members laughing.
--finally, call an major press conference with all Scientology's celebrities, dressed in priest costumes with massive crucifixes depicting a helplessly sacrificial dolphin impaled on a cross. The celebs should be well briefed and drilled to cry on cue any time cameras or microphones are pointed in their direction. The movie stars in particular should be given "talking points" so they don't stumble but stay on a strictly worded script, repeating: "All I want to say to everyone is SAVE the children and, by God, please SAVE the poor dolphins before it is too late!"
Needless to say, Kirstie should not be allowed to participate unless she has passed a clay demo of "Why I should not be seen chowing down out of a Krispy Kreme box during the "Save the Dolphins" crusade".