Hang on a sec...
I was just thinking about Incident II and was struck by an obvious incongruity - I know I know...
Anyway, Xenu's answer to overpopulation is to cull the excess population with H bombs.
But what kind of people would it be logical for Xenu to cull first? It must of course have been the malcontents and the troublemakers. Just look at all the problems these thetans supposedly cause today, running amok in their current BT forms.
International Scientology News Issue 24 Â© 2003 CSI wrote:
â€œThere's only one thing wrong with this universe â€” suppressives who specialize in caving people in. They walk among us undetected, hiding behind masks of social veneer. And they use those masks while they spread confusion and enturbulation.â€?
Spreading confusion and enturbulation sounds awfully like BT behaviour - so one must inexorably conclude that the thetans that Xenu wiped out with his H bombs were actually SPs, which by Scientology logic would be the very people Xenu would want cleared out anyway. The resulting conclusion seems to me inescapable, Xenu's genocide was simply the first successful SP genocide. So it strikes me that Xenu's genocide, far from being a crime, was actually Scientology policy, and should be regarded as one of the most extremely upstat actions ever in the galaxy's short history.
This should have made Xenu Scientology's poster boy. The H bombs make Davey's efforts of 'shooting down SPs like ducks in a pond' appear childishly amateurish. When it comes to SP genocide, Xenu was the real deal. But instead of being feted as Scientology's greatest hero, his ass is shit canned to an electronic mountain prison for 75million years. For those who want to see the Xenu myth as some sort of moral allegory, then it can only be seen as an allegory for the workings of Scientology justice. Perhaps there is a actually a lesson to be learned here, Xenu's fate being oddly reminiscent of the way Rathbun and Mc Shane have been 'rewarded' for their efforts.