Confidential to David Miscavige

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From Just Bill at AsktheScientologist:

http://askthescientologist.blogspot.com/2010/07/confidential-to-david-miscavige.html

Dear David,

Are you aware that, with all your recent, whiny attacks on Anderson Cooper, Marty Rathbun, Mike Rinder et. al., you are revealing the exact truth that you hoped to never disclose? Anyone reading your bellicose and petulant screeds in your little Freedom Magazine can easily see how completely bogus your attacks are. But they also realize why you are staging these attacks.

You are deathly afraid.

Any honest person who was the victim of such lies, as you claim to be, would take all the guilty parties to court for libel and slander. An honest person wouldn't fuss and moan in some little self-published magazine. An honest person would want their day in court to prove themselves innocent of the charges.

But you don't and you won't.

Obviously, if a person didn't have any money, they might not be able to afford such a court case. But, that's not your excuse, you have hundreds of millions at your disposal and many lawyers who will do anything you ask.

So that leaves the real reason you won't take your accusers to court for libel and slander:

Everything they say about you is TRUE.

We all know that's the reason you whine and complain but never do anything. All the accusations of your vicious mental and physical abuses are true. All the charges about your complicity in the many crimes, fraud and human rights violations in the Church of Scientology are completely true.

If you took anyone to court, they would then have the right to subpoena people and documents -- and you know there are people and documents in the Church of Scientology that would prove what a sociopathic criminal you are.

If you took anyone to court, you would be required to testify, under oath. And you would lie. You'd have to lie. And your lies would be proven to be lies and you would go to jail. You know all this. And that would destroy your little money-machine called the Church of Scientology.

And that's why you won't take anyone to court.

The fact that you will never take anyone to court is a complete admission that what they say about you is true. That is what you've revealed by your little hissy-fit in Freedom Magazine. Gee, that was a big mistake.

But then, big mistakes are one of your defining characteristics.
 
His How many Scientologists does it take to change a light bulb? nails it perfectly

http://askthescientologist.blogspot.com/2010/07/scientology-and-humor.html

First, 12 Scientologists have to carefully research all writings and lectures of L. Ron Hubbard to find everything that LRH ever said that, however remotely, might have something to do with light, lightbulbs, repairs, the effect of electricity on thetans, and so forth.

This research will result in several Scientologists being assigned to revise the official L. Ron Hubbard biography to include the newly discovered fact that Ron actually invented lightbulbs (and, it may be hinted, even light itself).

30 Scientologists will then be assigned by David Miscavige to create a "standard" program, with purposes, policies, major targets, etc., etc. They will work for months to try to get the program approved through David Miscavige. This approval can never happen.

Eventually, Miscavige will, with great drama, declare everyone a Suppressive Person and "do it all himself" (meaning make minor, unnecessary changes to the original program).

150 Scientologists (everyone left at Int. Base) will then work for years on this program, attempting to create and pilot the "Hubbard Standard Tech Lightbulb Changing Course". The course will include extensive, new Golden Age of Tech drills for changing lightbulbs.

This will never get approved by Miscavige.

Eventually, Miscavige will, with great drama, declare everyone a Suppressive Person, again, and "do it all himself" (meaning make minor unnecessary changes).

1,256 Scientologists (all Scientologists left in Clearwater) will show up at the Big Release Event put on by Miscavige to wildly applaud this new step in "Bringing Scientology Effective Solutions to a Dark and Troubled World".

The new course will be priced at $10,000.00 and will also require the purchase of all Miscavige's newly re-re-revised "Basics" books.

13,126 Scientologists (all remaining Scientologists in the world) will be forced off of whatever they were doing to purchase and take this new course. Promoted as something that can be done "in a week", the course will actually take over six months. Only 153 Scientologists will ever actually complete the course.

They will never be able to change a lightbulb again.
 
Anderson Cooper could have done the same (take it to the court) if he were not
afraid of something, isn't?

The difference is, I don't think Anderson Cooper actually cares what the batshit crazy cult thinks of him, I doubt you will see him creating a silly ass magazine to pass out to Scientologists. Where as the cult went to great lengths to show just how ruined they are by Anderson Cooper.
 
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Bump this

The difference is, I don't think Anderson Copper actually cares what the batshit crazy cult thinks of him, I doubt you will see him creating a silly ass magazine to pass out to Scientologists. Where as the cult went to great lengths to show just how ruined they are by Anderson Copper.

Bump This /\ /\ /\ :clap:
 

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It is rather fun to see DM run around directing lawyers, PI's, and OSA what to do when he has no fucking clue where he will be hit hard next.

Good stuff to watch countless - $$$ be spent in the entirely wrong area - and he can't stop doing it because he can'r see the true threat.

This is going to be very very good !
 
It is rather fun to see DM run around directing lawyers, PI's, and OSA what to do when he has no fucking clue where he will be hit hard next.

Good stuff to watch countless - $$$ be spent in the entirely wrong area - and he can't stop doing it because he can'r see the true threat.

This is going to be very very good !

The best part about this particular train wreck is Miscavige is so deluded, he has no idea most people could not care less about Scientology and look at it as nothing more than a batshit crazy cult, but then suddenly someone hands them a gossip magazine about Anderson Cooper, as a result they Google Scientology only to find out exactly how batshit crazy it really is. The end result is the person who was handed the magazine ends up becoming a critic of Scientology and thanks Anderson Cooper for bringing it to light,

and it was all paid for with the cult's own money
 
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