SPDL note: This Miscavige speech given to Patrons of the IAS reveals how Scientologists view the success of their organization as directly relating to the elimination of SPs. “With every passing day, we grow stronger, and with that strength, the forces of suppression grow weaker.”
IAS membership fees directly fund the elimination of suppression, which is to to say, the annihilation of Scientology opponents and perceived enemies.
David Miscavige has his cult wage a jihad on his perceived opponents of his totalitarian goals and terrorist practices. His Scientology jihadists are motivated by duty to obliterate “Suppressive Persons.”
“Without a broadly informed population who are capable of understanding motives and aberrations, no sane government of Earth is possible. Without a great many Clears, no real effective leadership is possible for man.— David Miscavige.1
With every passing day, we grow stronger, and with that strength, the forces of suppression grow weaker.
With every revolution of earth, we extend our territory and look to the next horizon.
And with each advance we make, even more lives are salvaged.
SPDL: Missing from the above Ability 83 quote (see white arrow above) is this sentence: “We aren’t any cult that believes some outrageous nonsence about demons and devils2 and we aren’t any get-rich-quick scheme and might even succeed better if we were.”
Without a broadly informed population who are capable of understanding motives and aberrations, no sane government of Earth is possible. Without a great many Clears, no real effective leadership is possible for man.
The joke is on all of us, to say nothing of man at large. The singular truth of the matter is that when he deserts this life he doesn’t quit. He has to come back here again and do it all over. You might not believe this but you can learn it subjectively fast enough if you are in the hands of any good auditor. Truth will out, no matter how final everyone has pretended death might be. Death is very far from a permanent state. This is probably much easier to prove with much less strain on the brain than some of the fundamental laws of physics.
If we don’t do something about this now, we’ll have to come back at a less optimum time without adequately organized data and organizations and somehow muck through once more. Personally, I don’t believe we could in the next few hundred thousand years and I believe this is a rare opportunity to break the chain and start walking upward into the sunlight.
We aren’t any cult that believes some outrageous nonsense about demons and devils and we aren’t any get-rich-quick scheme and might even succeed better if we were. We are dedicated and sincere in getting the job done and we are the first people to appear on Earth since its first solidification out of nebulous vaporings who can get the job done and who know what we are doing. The very truth that we know, its simplicity and ease of grasp, the very honesty with which we approach our task, are probably the largest barriers we have to overcome. Man has been defrauded so often, persuaded so wrongly and has returned to the same old rut so inevitably and in such a defeated frame of mind that he is not able to grasp easily the firm and friendly hand which is being reached toward him. — L. RON HUBBARD Ability Issue 83 October 1958