In his blog entry Anonymous or Miscavige, Marty Rathbun makes an interesting point:
Anonymous and Miscavige depend upon one another for their very existences
Is Marty right? In a way, yes.
I cannot speak for all of Anonymous, only myself. But Marty’s partially correct; I do depend on Miscavige for my existence – my existence as Caliwog, that is – just as I depend on Marty and Scientology. If they didn’t exist, there would be no Caliwog and no Caliwog’s Blog.
Thing is, I don’t want Caliwog to exist.
If, by some miracle, all of Scientology folded up tomorrow – the Church, Marty, Mike, the Free Zone movement, the whole kit and caboodle – than I would walk away from this blog and my identity as Caliwog forever and go back to the rest of my life.
And nothing would make me happier.
Unfortunately, I don’t think that’s going to happen. The Church isn’t going to suddenly shut their doors. David Miscavige isn’t going to turn himself in to the cops. Marty isn’t going to give up his blog and his auditing practice and get a legitimate job. Every Scientologist is not going to suddenly realize that LRH’s “tech” is simply a little psychotherapy mixed with a lot of sci-fi bullshit.
As long as Scientology keeps harming people, there will be a Caliwog. As soon as my raison d’être goes away, so will I – and believe me, I can’t wait.
So now you know how to shut me up, Marty. How about you go first?