Blog: Scientology Daily Digest: Tuesday, November 12, 2013 - 2013-11-12
A day off turned out to be a great thing. It's amazing how much difference two hours of sleep can make. I'm back in the saddle now and rarin' to go.
Today seems to be relatively quiet, perhaps because of the first snow of the season in many parts of the Northeast, including a few inches in the Canada region of upstate New York, an amount of snow that the locals, in their native tongue, call "flurries."
Reaching back to yesterday, the latest video from Karen De La Carriere and J. Swift about the cult's legal machinations is worth a watch. The funniest line was when Karen interviewed Jeff, wearing a silver wig that would make him the envy of any late-night televangelist, who said "We threatened Vanity Fair with a very serious threatening letter." "Yes but they published the article." "Yes, but they almost didn't publish it." Legally omnipotent, indeed. Karen asks, "Why does the entire internet laugh at us?" "Well, that's not true. It's only part of the Internet that's laughing at you, a large part to be sure, but only a part." I think the most important point in the video was the idea that the cult may start to turn up the "religious persecution" angle to try to rally the troops and to blunt opposition from outsiders. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PI8d8pZQW04