Would it hurt to remind anyone about the Citizen's Handbook for Change (or whatever it was called) that was online right before Obama was sworn in?
One of the top ten issues citizens spoke out about and wanted Obama to address was the human rights abuses of the cult of Scientology.
Their "religious" beliefs have never been the issue. If they were, Anonymous would be protesting the Freezone, which uses the exact same Hubbard "religious" trappings without the more abusive aspects of the Church of Scientology, such as Disconnection, Fair Game, and the RPF gulags (to name a few).
Would it also help to point out that the cult has hundreds if not thousands of front groups that do not honestly reveal their ties to the cult, and are specifically designed to get government handouts, avoid paying taxes, and recruit vulnerable people to the cult? I'm thinking of the unscientific and harmful "drug rehab" groups like Narconon, Criminon and Second Chance, the non-peer-reviewed and ineffective "educational" groups targeted at young children, like Applied Scholastics (examining the statistically low percentage of children who go on to earn GEDs, BAs and other degrees after being raised in schools like Delphi and Apple--very few indeed--is alarming enough), groups like WISE and ABLE that target business people by imitating Tony Robbins-like techniques but offer only ineffective Hubbardian advice, and Bridge, which pushes Hubbard's crappy books on libraries (again hoping to recruit the vulnerable, as having a glossy book / audiobook on the shelf of a public library implies legitimacy) and publishes propaganda to discredit critics, and all too many more.
The differences in how celebrities, public Scilons and staff Scilons are treated are also shocking and disturbing.