Believe it or not, I maintain a good number of relationships with many high profile anti-Scientologists. We talk on the phone, we talk on Twitter and Facebook private messages, etc. One phenomenon that has emerged for me, that I am allowed to see - but sworn to secrecy over - is the Under the Radar Anti-Scientologist. These are people, some of them quite well known who, just like Scientologists who are under the radar (physically in, but mentally out), these people appear publicly to be anti-Scientololgists but are actually highly critical of people like Tony Ortega, Karen De La Carriere, Mike Rinder (gasp) and even Leah Remini. They know behind the scenes stories of Scientology and the Aftermath, for instance, that would curl your hair. They've seen how Jeffrey Augustine and Karen De La Carriere really operate and are disgusted by them. They have stories of Mike Rinder's lies, and are secretly waiting for a day of reckoning for that snake. But they remain "under the radar" because they know the social cost of publicly saying what they really know. Am I lying about this just to make everyone believe that I have more friends than I do? Is this another marketing crusade of mine that makes me the most "popular poster with the lurkers"? Or is this a real phenomenon in Anti-Scientology that you've seen too?