Operation: Widen The Road

Discussion in 'Think Tank' started by Anonymous, Feb 15, 2010.

  1. Anonymous Member

    Operation: Widen The Road


    As you know Slappy Miscavige and the Slappy Fun Time Cult recently attempted to close a major public road.

    This road bisects the cults Gilman Springs Compound. In attempting to close this road the cult has revealed a tremendous weakness. We must exploit this weakness for maximum lulz.

    YouTube - San Jacinto city council meeting; Opposing closure of Hwy 79, through Scientology property 1/8

    In this series of videos, the cult goes before local goverment asking for the closure of the road. The cult is shot down 6 to 0.

    However, if you watch the whole set of videos, you'll see many people, including local business owners, who would like the road WIDENED. They would also like a traffic light put right in front of the compound. The cult would RAGE if this happened. Unfortunately for them there is already great momentum behind this cause.

    For those of you in the know, for those of you with the means to make something happen. Please embrace this cause. It would be a devastating blow to the cult. Absolutely devastating. They could never recover from this massive psychological blow. Please consider this idea.

    Thank you for your time.


    The Man from GS
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  2. Anonymous Member

    Re: Operation: Widen The Road

    This sounds like it has potential
  3. lokimotion Member

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    This isn't something that Anonymous really needs to do. If there are citizens wanting this, then it needs to start with those citizens of San Jacinto and surrounding area to push for it. Start with the grassroots campaign to widen the road.

    It has potential, but it needs to come from those who'd want the road being widen first.
  4. Anonymous Member

    Re: Operation: Widen The Road

    ^^^ Yep, and this road thingy has its own thread that is thoroughly thrashed (but worthy of necrotech), use the 'Search' function to find this discussed to pukedom.
  5. Anonymous Member

    Re: Operation: Widen The Road

    Anons who are interested, and have info, could always provide that info to interested local business-owners, to help empower them.
  6. Anonymous Member

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    -Appeal to the San Jacinto City Council, the SJCC Transportation Committee, The Office of the City Clerk, The Office of the City Manager, Public Works Streets & Parks, and the Planning Commission.*

    *These are the people / groups who control the fate of this issue. If they dont widen the road they probably will at least be willing to put a traffic light at the cult entrance. Which would be great for lulz.

    -Review posted video, get names of people in video who are in favor of the road expansion. (instant allies. local business owers with connections. They know who to talk to.)

    -Use google maps to get the names for every business in the area. Their owners also might be in favor of road expansion. (relevant to their interests, business growth, etc.)

    -Create fliers. get the public interested in the plan. Most of them already support the cause. get the talk moving merely by posting fliers in relevant areas.

    -Create a list of local govt officials who are in favor of road expansion. If you watch the youtube video there seems to be a few who probably would support the idea.
  7. BigBeard Member

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    And get the maps showing how the $cilons have encroached into the public easement into the hands of those wanting the road widened. They'll show the road can be widened without encroaching on Cof$ property, which the $cilons will claim it will.

  8. AnonyVix Member

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    One thing to consider with any such plans, the cost. Local businesses need to show willingness to help foot the cost in order to get the local authorities to make any real moves, unless state or federal aid is available for the project.

    tl,dr; sort out the funding and the rest will follow.
  9. basil Member

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    Doesn't matter, it's just wasteland basically - even if they did own it, surely you guys must have something in the US like a "compulsory purchase order" so you can just take the otherwise empty land and widen the road, making it safer for all?

    Someone needs to remind the cult that they actually don't own the road, therefore what happens to it is ultimately not up to them.

    At least they don't have several thousand on site scientologists any more to swamp meetings to try and swing it their way.
  10. Anonymous Member

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    Yeah. It's called Eminent Domain.

    That means that the government (City, County, State and/or Federal) can appropriate privately owned land - with payment in compensation - to be used for the public good.

    The $cilons should lurve that.

    After all, it's "The greatest good for the greatest number of dynamics.".

    The $cilons are correct that the road is a dangerous road. It is a dangerous road. A dangerous dangerous road, indeed.

    It definitely needs to be widened...and order to make it safe.
  11. Anonymous Member

    Re: Operation: Widen The Road

    ^^^ Anonymous Approves of this Sort of things!
  12. Anonymous Member

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    Gilman Springs Road Between Sanderson (which is also State Highway 79) and State Street (The Secondary Highway 79 Allignment.)

    The traffic light is definitely do-able. People in the area have been asking for it. Honestly even the cult would benefit from a traffic light at their main entrance. Its very hard for cult members to pull out into traffic.

    My father got a traffic light installed at a busy intersection near my home. He basically asked local home owners to write a letter or call, and when everyone complained the town installed a traffic light. We could easily do the same. Then the next step is to push for road widening.
  13. Major Boyle Member

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    If it would make the cult raeeeeg, there can be only one response:

  14. BigBeard Member

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    With the budget crisis in California not paying for the land does matter.

    Widening the road is much more likely to happen if the expense of an eminent domain "taking" is not added to the actual construction costs.

    That's why it's important for the locals pushing for the widening to be able to show the existing easment can be used, with no expenditure for Cof$ land.

    Plus I personally don't want to see the Cof$ making any money out of this.

  15. 8675309 Member

    Re: Operation: Widen The Road

    Suddenly this topic gains new relevance in light of the cult's recent attempts to close the road... again
  16. Anonymous Member

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    I don't think the money matters so much, as the potential fun of contacting San Jacinto businesses and letting them know how much fun annoying the stupid clams can be.

    And widening the road is the best and safest option.
    And the most annoying for Miscavige.

    Most likely, the cult will spend more money on legal shenanigans than receive money for land appropriation, whatever happens.

    And a busier road reminds the prisoners, erm, the parishoners, that life goes on outside, and that they can escape if they really want...
  17. Anonymous Member

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    Wait, wut? Link please.
  18. Anonymous Member

  19. Anonymous Member

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    ^^thanks. There used to be a thread on this topic that may hold more information, I think it has Gilman Springs in the title. I am to tired to search. Also, lol @ the comments in that article.
  20. Anonymous Member

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    ^^another aside, I could create a better map using microsoft word, for the love of pete!
  21. skollie Member

  22. Anonymous Member

    This is a damn good plan. Giving this a friendly bump because this issue has not gone away.
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  23. Jeff Jacobsen Member

    I would assume the Soboba casino down that road would enjoy a nicer road to their establishment. And they have bucks.
  24. Anonymous Member

    A traffic light in front of the entrance to Gold Base?

    me likes this idea

    Maybe add a bus stop and benches, for fleeing exes to catch a ride.
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  25. DeathHamster Member

    And possibly more political influence.
  26. Anonymous Member

    The people for the stoplight and a wider road are already asking for that. Can we give this a little....push anon style?
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  27. Anonymous Member

    Posting a note on a discussion forum accomplishes...nothing.

    Consider all the grief that AnonOrange caused GoldBase by using their own documents filed at Riverside County against them. Eventually GoldBase paid AnonOrange off to be done with him, so someone else who cares will have to step in to continue these sorts of pressures.

    If your words of advocacy have value to you, go old-school and do the research to develop a list of all local landowners who this proposal will impact.

    It's not hard, just use existing records available from the county assessor's office and website. You will have to learn how to read the maps and how the "assessor's parcel numbers" are formatted within their database.

    Then contact each owner using a 1-page piece of direct-mail and follow up with a phone call, informing them of the issues involved and the threat to the value of their property, and then attach a sample form letter with contact information for the correct county authorities. Emphasize main points like the corruption involved where $50,000 in contributions from out-of-the-area Scientologists went to campaign committees promoting Jeff Stone, and how Stone has used campaign money as well as county resources to keep his sister employed.

    When other people become motivated your individual efforts become a force multiplier, instead of mere empty words on a screen that plead for someone else to do all the hard work.

    This is how the system is designed to work and how "change" was accomplished for generations.
  28. anon walker Moderator

    Scientology, Inc. has been buying up residences on State St. leading into the Gold Base area for the past twenty years. So contacting the owner would be easy, it's RTC.
  29. Anonymous Member

    The proposal will affect neighboring properties on the other side of the river channel, where the road realignment is designed to be located. RTC does not own the many acres of property there.

    There are many threads with much valuable information on how to approach this issue.

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