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From the 1284 and more comments on Tony Ortega’s blog, there are only approx. 100 hits on the legal attachments that he webbed

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Dearest Marty, most missed Prince in the universe,

How are you?

I noticed something.

From  the 1284 and more comments on Tony Ortega’s blog, there were only approx. 100 hits on the attachments of the motion that he webbed, which means that his commentators are campaigners but not interested in getting the details and the full picture.

I remember a posting of one of  the commentators who makes comments on Tony Ortega’s blog. He (and he was serious) indicated that he doesn’t have to think, Tony would do that for him! Yikes! He runs a cult! His readers are not thinking for themselves.

Monique’s husband showed a reporter high click stats on his blog but neither he nor his wife were able to make a living through their brand of auditing despite constant blogging. Monique indicated in court that they just get some donations.  She had to go back to her medical admin work, and he constantly promotes his booklets, which indicates that not many people bought them. He even indicated something like that on his blog not a long time ago: that only a very few people are interested in his subject matter. How frustrating, and he tries to handle this by having his wife to demand millions of dollars for him.  That is typically.

So, from those few who are “interested”, only a very few are really interested.  

I bet that Tony Ortega and Mike Rinder have the same problem: many clicks but nothing else. Mike Rinder throws the name Voldemort for David Miscavige in each posting to get many clicks.  But if the most “successful poster” of them, Tony Ortega, just gets approx. 100 clicks on the attachments (which included an excerpt of a hearing of Monique and photos that was never published by anyone), his supporters are superficial and they are mainly noisy and not inquiring minds.  And I sure hope they don’t come over to me. I don’t appreciate cultists. It doesn’t matter where they come from.   

My blog was set back by services that His Cobness hired (he hates my guts), but if people on the net are anyhow so superficial who wants and need them? Not me. As long as you find me, Marty, I am fine. 🙂

I am actually just here to have a line to you, Marty, in hope that somebody forwards my postings to you wherever you are.  And that I will find you. Or that you will find me. And when we found each other, we will do a million of others things than blogging for clickers with empty minds.

Many passionate and tender kisses, Marty.

I miss you terribly.

Yours forever,





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  1. They don’t want to know.


    October 24, 2013 at 12:35 pm

    • If they were in Scientology, they were cultists before they joined and still are cultists after they left.

      Barbara Schwarz

      October 24, 2013 at 12:12 pm

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    November 6, 2013 at 4:53 pm

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