Hot and Cold Running Servants

Lurker5

Gold Meritorious Patron
Ding Dong, the midget's fed, the midget's fed, the midget's fed,
Ding Dong, the wicked midget's fed . . .

Tick tock, tick tock . . .

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Smilla

Ordinary Human
Does this remind you of anyone?

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Perhaps they are related.


 
Two things occur to me as I read this thread. One is, years ago I read an article in the New Yorker by Kim Il Jungs defected chef. He reported the same sort of behavior as DM - stuff flown in from around the world to satisfy his appetites and need to display.
The other thing that occured to me was- isn't this the sort of behavior that brought down several of the fundamentalist/charismatic Christain leaders? I seem to recall several that were indicted for using parishoners funds for their own benefit.
And what about that phrase "corporate Scientology"? Can an organization be both a church and a corporation? Can an organization be a tax- exempt corporation?
Between this and all the other stories about the SO that I've read on tis board it makes me really happy with my instincts that everytime I HAD to attend a "special briefing" by the CO of AO that turned out to be a reg for the SO, I just said "no interest".
 

afaceinthecrowd

Gold Meritorious Patron
One cannot see who will not look.

Ron Hubbard's frugal living has been confirmed by a great many other ex-staff who were in a position to know, including Janis Grady and Steve "Sarge" Pfauth

I have made a number of posts over the last 18 months regarding my firsthand knowledge El Ron’s lifestyle on the Apollo. El Ron was eccentric and amoral re: money and far from frugal…unless you deem being “frugal” as the exploitation of children, adolescents and adults as indentured servants or de facto slaves.

The “Shooting Stars” thread has some of my stories regarding El Ron’s “frugalness”, not the least of which is the one regarding El Ron’s demonstration of Hisself’s “frugalness” in the production of the “Power of Source” record album. Tens of thousands of ‘70’s US Dollars worth of record albums were needlessly produced and then thrown into a dumpster in a back ally in LA, while PAC SO Crew…and their children in particular…were living in squalor and eating slop. It is my personal knowledge that the conditions at the Cadet Org were not only well known at Flag but had been reported in detail from multiple sources in SO #1 letters. The idea that El Ron didn’t know about the deplorable and inhumane conditions of these children is ludicrous and beyond naïve.

I knew Janis and Sarge and I liked and got along well with both of them. Their stories are accurate as far as I’m concerned but their tunnel vision and situational myopia filtered through rose colored glasses gives only a few anecdotes of El Ron on the lam. El Ron on the lam was always trying to not call attention to Hisself (which was near impossible for Hisself to do). The stories of El Ron’s hiding out in NYC with Dincalci and Preston and on the mad-hatter ride with Kima and Mike Douglas clearly show that El Ron would go through--and put others through--all manner of convolutions to not get “caught”.

Yes, El Ron bought a few used cars, etc in his latter years in the US. But, he had chauffeurs drive him around while he played with hundreds of thousands of Dollars (again, ‘70’s Dollars) of electronic toys that he was a rank amateur at using and wouldn’t listen to any advice from anyone that was a pro. And, all the while, less than 100 miles away from Hisself’s Fabian Command Post the children were being neglected and abused while their parents went about the task of “Planetary Clearing” and “Salvaging this Sector” for El Ron.

This is a superb, very descriptive and well thought out OP …many thanks, Lulu Belle.:thumbsup::yes::clap:

Face:)
 

Lulu Belle

Moonbat
Miscavige is on his own ego trip but he'll always only be Hubbard's disciple and, as of this writing, Miscavige has not yet reached Hubbard's level of paranoia.

I don't know about that.

Even over 15 years ago when I was on staff I saw major signs of serious paranoia from DM. Like having people demoted and kicked out of the SO because of supposed connections, however remote or long ago. Like a girl whose father left the church 10 years earlier, though she had been in the CMO for 15 years. Or a guy who had some kind of military background years and years ago. He was always looking for "spies" in the group.

Rollbacks, External Influence missions, constant meter checks, etc. etc. I couldn't begin to list out the number of insane things I saw even then, even at an org as low on the food chain as mine was.

From what I have heard, he never goes anywhere without his bodyguards. And his public appearances in general have gotten few and far between.

What do others think? Does anyone else think he's gotten as paranoid as Hubbard?
 

afaceinthecrowd

Gold Meritorious Patron
I forgot to mention that DM's dining on sumptuous cuisine every few hours, prepared on call, served ornately and with choice, variety and finest ingredients aint nothin’ new to me…it’s right out of El Ron’s playbook. Same with the Birthday bashes…been there done that with Hisself.

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Lulu Belle

Moonbat
There are some interesting comments to this post on the original board.

This is from Mark Fisher.

http://www.scientology-cult.com/how-and-cold-running-servants.html


Re: Hot and Cold Running Servants — Mark Fisher 2011-06-27 14:52

You are correct. This is sickening. LRH didn’t even have this level of service.

I was responsible for originally setting up DM and Shelly’s service lines back in 1983 when I was made the Corporate Liaison In Charge based on an LRH order to DM to get a service facility for himself and Author Services in order to offset the time and effort they put into “helping” the Church. You see ASI was a for profit corporation that’s purpose was to make money for LRH and later his estate.

DM was the COB of ASI and since he and others routinely ordered into the Scientology Church, LRH figured that the Church could help defray some of those costs by giving DM and ASI a service facility of staff to take care of their needs. Both at the Int/Gold Base and in LA and the Complex.

I was recommended by Vicki Aznaran to head this unit and DM and Shelly agreed.

I put together a staff of 3 people at the Gold base including myself and then 3 others in the LA area. One person at each location was responsible solely for handling any of DM or Shelly’s needs including overseeing the cleaning of their spaces by the CMO Estates Project Force, handling their laundry and dry cleaning daily and any other errands.

DM shared an office with Shelly and there was also a desk for Pat Broeker to use if he was at the base. My office with my staff was through a connecting door.

At that time, DM and Shelly ate with the rest of the base crew in the dining room at MCI and sat with the other CMO executives at their own table. They ate the same food that the rest of the crew ate. He did however sometimes send me or another person into town or San Bernardino to buy take out food for him and others using a petty cash stash we had for him. All of this money had to be accounted for.

DM and Shelly had the same berthing room space at the Int base as the rest of the senior executives at the time. They had one room in the lower villa. He also had one car for his use and the infamous Black Van was always ready for him to use.

That was it. He got paid at that time by ASI, which was a for profit company. So he and the other ASI execs all made a lot of money compared to Sea Org Members. We however being his staff in the Church, had our own bonus system which was in alignment with the bonus system that CMO Int had and were well paid for what we did in comparison to other Sea Org members.

All of this began to change however, after LRH died and DM kicked out Pat and Annie Broeker. He wouldn’t have dared to live the life of royalty that is described above with people around who could say NO!!!!!

DM then reorganized RTC and moved to the base full time and became COB RTC. He brought with him a new bonus system so that he could maintain his standard of living, but his bonuses again were in line with the other senior executives and staff in RTC and CMO Int. He just got them more often!!

He then got his own full time steward in the dining room, but still ate with everyone else.

His space progressively got larger while I was still there – taking over Pat and Annie’s old large bedroom that was next to his as an “Officer’s Lounge” which in fact was for him to use. Then he added another bedroom for his and Shelly’s clothing and shoes.

It was at this time, that I left for good.

Sounds like from that point forward, he began to live more and more like a King since there was no longer anyone who could tell him NO!!!!!

He had long since gotten rid of any long term Commodore’s Messengers who would have objected to what he was doing, and everyone else obviously began to cower under his rule and go along with it.

After all “he was the new LRH!!”

(What a joke! LRH would be furious if he knew one tenth of what DM was doing and getting!) And that Upper Villa was all LRH spaces for LRH’s use, including an office, music room and Camera Equipment area and safe room.
 

Veda

Sponsor
Does anyone know if Miscavige is following in Hubbard's footsteps by having 13 year old girls follow him around, holding his ashtray, into which he flicks his cigarette ashes?
 

LongTimeGone

Silver Meritorious Patron
I don't know about that.

Even over 15 years ago when I was on staff I saw major signs of serious paranoia from DM. Like having people demoted and kicked out of the SO because of supposed connections, however remote or long ago. Like a girl whose father left the church 10 years earlier, though she had been in the CMO for 15 years. Or a guy who had some kind of military background years and years ago. He was always looking for "spies" in the group.

Rollbacks, External Influence missions, constant meter checks, etc. etc. I couldn't begin to list out the number of insane things I saw even then, even at an org as low on the food chain as mine was.

From what I have heard, he never goes anywhere without his bodyguards. And his public appearances in general have gotten few and far between.

What do others think? Does anyone else think he's gotten as paranoid as Hubbard?

It wouldn't surprise me if there were a number of ex members plotting to put an end to Miscavige and his activities.

He is obviously an absolute anus and I don't think it's paranoia when you really ARE on someone's hit list.

LTG
 

Lulu Belle

Moonbat
Does anyone know if Miscavige is following in Hubbard's footsteps by having 13 year old girls follow him around, holding his ashtray, into which he flicks his cigarette ashes?

I don't know about that, but I read several people talk about how an entourage is with him wherever he goes, transcribing his every comment, which then gets recorded and put into binders.
 

Infinite

Troublesome Internet Fringe Dweller
Na. L. Ron Hubbard, now dead and gone artificial entity, though seemingly living a "frugal" life-style was not anywhere near "frugal". He surrounded himself with suitcases of cash for that quick get-away which was apt to again come at any moment.

This shade projection of a being, loaded with money compulsions, once the entity got money, it had no idea what to do with it other than hide.

. . . and the King was in his counting house
counting all his money . . .


In finding that petitioner "was operated for the private benefit of L. Ron Hubbard and his family" (id. at B122), the court identified "overt" and "covert" elements of inurement. The overt elements included the salaries, living expenses, and royalties paid to the Hubbards. The court found that the royalty arrangement reflected "a flagrant case of self-dealing" whereby Hubbard used petitioner for "pushing the sales" of his own works (id. at B113). The covert elements included the "debt repayments" to Hubbard and the Hubbards' "unfettered" control over petitioner's large cash reserves. The court found the debt repayments to be little different in substance from "a franchise network for private profit" (id. at B116 (internal quotation omitted)). The court stated that the Hubbards' complete control of petitioner's reserves, coupled with their dominance over its affairs, imposed a heavy burden on petitioner to disprove that its funds inured to their private benefit. The court concluded that petitioner had failed to carry that burden, observing that several key Scientology officals, including the Hubbards, had not testified, that the testimony of those witnesses who did testify for petitioner lacked credibility, and that petitioner's documentary proof was scanty. Id. at B119-B122, B132-B133.

http://www.justice.gov/osg/briefs/1987/sg870125.txt
 

Mick Wenlock

Admin Emeritus (retired)
Thanks for posting this Lulu!!

I wanted to ask Lana something about her article. I am puzzled - she never really describes her own reactions - after all the Diminuitive Malignancy could not function or exist if it were not for people like her doing what she did - being willing to wait on him hand and foot . I am not trying to put her down but merely writing about what a prick this guy is , is preaching to the choir. What we need to know and to discover is how to get through to the people like we were - especially those who work directly for this Disgusting Melanoma.
 
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GoNuclear

Gold Meritorious Patron
Standard of Royalty

Now all of the above is the reality that most Sea Org members have of food, berthing and pay. When it comes to David Miscavige however, the standard is altogether different.

First is pay. I do not have specifics on the exact amount that DM is paid on a weekly basis. I do know that when I was in RTC I was stunned to receive a Christmas bonus of over $3000. My senior and other RTC execs received much more – and I was told that this occurred every Christmas as if this was not done then DM’s own salary would look very strange to an outsider, being so much higher than the regular SO pay. The RTC staff received bonuses so that DM could continue to be paid his high salary.

I worked on the food service lines for DM for several years. Over $1000 a week was spent on food supplies for just DM and his wife Shelly. A full time chef, and an assistant chef, worked tirelessly to service the two in a way that most SO members would never believe.

DM eats every 2 hours. He has a specific low-fat diet, which requires constant monitoring of calorie-content of each dish, use of all possible low-fat ingredients, special low-fat cooking styles and methods, and all food must be the freshest and best quality available.

He gets up at midday and has breakfast at lunchtime. He is provided with a cooked breakfast daily, top of the line coffee and has the chef wait for as long as needed so that it is fresh cooked and plated up within minutes of him sitting down.

Lunch is provided within 2 ½ hours. Two choices for lunch are always made, and routinely, (before Shelly disappeared) two choices were made for her as well. That is four separate lunches for 2 people. Choices include home-made soups, Mexican food, Italian food, pizza, subway sandwiches with only the best and most expensive ingredients, and more. The Chef gets these meals together in the Galley and then returns to DM’s service area to personally keep the meals warm/fresh and to personally plate them up and see that they are well received. The Chef cannot return to the kitchen until this is done – and too many times to count, the Chef can wait for more than 2 hours while DM is in a meeting or otherwise engaged, only then to be told that DM decided to eat a protein bar and there will be no lunch served – and there is now only 1 hour till dinner is to be ready.

Dinner is a repeat of lunch – with at least 2 choices of dinner. Again, the meal has to be dished up/plated by the Chef, and only the freshest and most expensive ingredients are used. Chicken breast is the largest organic breasts available, delivered fresh. Vegetables are purchased from the local fresh markets, with a purchaser going specially to buy the needed fruit and vegetables and pay whatever price – regardless of season. Atlantic salmon is flown in from the US east coast or from Canada – fresh. Lamb is corn-fed from New Zealand. Steak is filet-mignon, and organic.

There is an evening snack delivered 2 hours after dinner. This is a repeat of lunch – however routinely lighter foods.

Then, there is a late night meal/snack that is put together and provided for after midnight. This is routinely a cheese and fruit platter, a platter of antipasto – all top of the line, best possible ingredients. Smooth goat’s cheese, mellow blue-vein, smoked gouda, aged-tasty cheeses – served with organic crackers. Presentation of all items is top of the line, with garnishes, fruit carvings and edible flowers -- you name it. DM stays up until around 3am and then get a cushy 8 – 9 hours sleep to emerge fresh at lunchtime each day (while the majority of staff around him have had far less).

There are full-time kitchen staff who perform these functions, and there are also anything from 1 – 3 full-time RTC stewards who act to coordinate the meals and do the actual food service.

All of the above is the regular run-of-the mill regular Sea Org production day for the DM royalty.

Now – where things start to really ramp up is when you get celebrations and guests. DM’s birthday is an extravaganza to behold. The food preparation is started a full 2 – 3 days in advance, and is based on a wish list, a theme and there are no expenses barred. The menu is plucked from 5-star restaurants and books, the ingredients are shipped in from across continents – and there is no limit to satisfy and impress. Fresh lobster was a regular item on the menu. Fresh live shrimp was also. The exclusive foi gras (duck liver) was a favourite, at huge cost. Truffles were another item that featured routinely. A guest such as TC results in similar levels of food creativity.

In the 3 years that I worked on these service lines, I saw it all. I worked my ass off to provide food service fit for royalty – and meanwhile, the crew around me (as well as myself) were eating food that routinely could not be sold if you tried.

Now berthing for the royalty is again, something most Sea Org members or public would not believe. DM has personal spaces at Gilman Hot Springs, in LA, at Flag, in the UK and on the Freewinds. Each has been designed and fitted out with top-of-the line furnishings – no expenses barred. Just recently the entirety of the Upper Villas at Int was turned into DM’s personal living spaces — enough space to berth 48 Sea Org members or 12 couples.

Living spaces for DM are on par with English royalty – and I suspect the standard of service he receives is even better. When I was working on these lines there were 2 full-time stewards responsible for cleaning, servicing and doing laundry. It was routinely a flap if DM put on some weight that his steward would be ordered to tailor his pants so that they were comfortable. All of his uniforms and clothes are hand-crafted by an LA tailor (Mr Lim), and he has a wardrobe that fills a room.

DM also has his own fleet of personal luxury cars/motorcycles, and if there is any expensive personal item that DM does NOT personally own or has not purchased, then he is sure to receive as a personal gift from the thousands of Sea Org members who are forced to propitiate to him every birthday and every Christmas, with lavish gifts of high value.

If that doesn't motivate you people to buy my "Making Big Money in Cults" cult startup success kit TV offer for only $39.95 I don't know what will. Maybe you are brain dead or more cut out to be a cult follower instead! DM is one of our BIGGEST SUCCESS STORIES, and the next big success story COULD BE YOURS!!!!!!!!!

What are you waiting for? Wouldn't you like to dine like Dear Leader? Do you really like eating at McDonald's that much? Again I ask, WHAT IS IT THAT YOU ARE WAITING FOR??????????? Operators are standing by to answer and questions and to process your order. The first 50 callers will receive a free, 3 month subscription to our Success With Cults consulting website, in itself a 300 dollar value, that will give you all the pointers you will need to find and recruit, and brainwash (er, oops, I mean spiritually condition) your slaves (er, oops, I mean dedicated disciples) that will do whatever is needed for the cause (support your lifestyle.) But ya gotta call now!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Pete
 

Lulu Belle

Moonbat
Thanks for posting this Lulu!!

I wanted to ask Lana something about her article. I am puzzled - she never really describes her own reactions - after all the Diminuitive Malignancy could not function or exist if it were not for people like her doing what she did - being willing to wait on him hand and foot . I am not trying to put her down but merely writing about what a prick this guy is , is preaching to the choir. What we need to know and to discover is how to get through to the people like we were - especially those who work directly for this Disgusting Melanoma.


I don't really know what to say about that, Mick.

I met Lana when she came into PAC (before her career at Int) to be CO CMO PAC. Really liked her from the first time I met her. Very nice, very down to earth. Seemed kind of mellow and friendly. Kind of surprised (pleasantly) they put her on that post; she really didn't seem like the type.

Not too long after that, she was sent uplines. The first time I saw her when she got sent on mission/project into PAC she seemed totally different. Like a black cloud was around her.

I saw that same phenomena so many times with people who were posted in PAC who went uplines. I saw it with a lot of people from Dissem/PDO, for instance, when they went up and were at Gold. Not knowing at the time what went on up there, I often wondered what created that change.

Well, I guess now I know. :no:
 
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GoNuclear

Gold Meritorious Patron
If he's eating every two hours, chain smoking, and hitting the scotch the way people say he does, eventually his liver is going to say bye bye COB.

I wouldn't be suprised if the younger sea ogres have been tissue typed for just such a contingency where they might have to donate their liver for Dear Leader. After all, it would clearly be for the greatest good on the greatest number of dynamics. He or she would be fondly remembered and perhaps even exalted in status as far as their memorial is concerned for "volunteering."

Pete
 

Boojuum

Silver Meritorious Patron
Fabulous thread and quote

http://www.scientology-cult.com/how-and-cold-running-servants.html

Monday, 27 June 2011 08:36

By Lana Mitchell


The www.savescientology.com website documents, thoroughly, how LRH’s intent for corporate Scientology has been corrupted by one David Miscavige.

As additional information supporting this site, I wanted to document my knowledge of the personal service lines of David Miscavige. As a former RTC investigator I worked to “follow the money” (the trail of financial irregularities, personal favours, and persons receiving disproportional financial rewards) to find the criminal and the subverter. For those who are not familiar with the day-to-day service lines of the head of Scientology — this information may be new for you. For the many who have worked in and around this individual, I am sure there is much information I do not have, which can be added to confirm the significance and extent of the corruption. I start with a description of my own experiences as a Sea Org member, so that there is a comparison to the altogether different standard of Miscavige from Sea Org members, Scientologists and easily 95% of this planet.


Standard of Living

Sea Org members, are provided with lodging, food and a small sum of money on a weekly basis – and in exchange they work long hours, 7 days a week.

I was in the SO for 17 years. When I first arrived in 1989, weekly pay was $35. It was enough to cover basic hygiene supplies, vitamins, occasional canteen visits and then, if you really worked to save your money – enough to buy some Christmas presents for family at year end.

In the early 90’s the pay went to $50 a week, though in saying that, there were many weeks when the pay was cut by half or cut entirely. Also, it was routine that money was collected for senior executive birthday and Christmas presents (coming out of your pay before it was even handed to you).

In terms of food – it was basic. Often highly processed, often bland, and routinely not well cooked – but people put up with it. Sometimes it was just beans and rice, as the money was simply not there to properly feed the crew. But the crew put up with whatever the food is – as they are not there for the food – they are there for the higher purposes of the Sea Org.

Berthing in the Sea Org comes in all standards. When I first arrived in the SO, in Sydney in the late 80’s I recall vividly a cockroach infested kitchen, in an old damp and cold Sydney terrace house, with paint peeling, and a toilet that never stopped running.

In LA the berthing was not much better. I lived in the Hollywood Inn for several years in a tiny room with smelly carpet, a double bed and nothing else. The bathroom was barely working – with a toilet and bath/shower. At one point there was a leak in the ceiling above and the entire bathroom ceiling collapsed into the bathtub – and was not fixed for months.

I was lucky as I was promoted to the post of CO CMO PAC at one point, and was then able to move into the PAC Main Building – with a large corner room with my own bathroom. I actually felt a little awkward about the vast difference in quality and size of the room that came with the promotion.

When I was promoted to Int in 1993 I lived at Kirby, at Vista and even in one of the old houses that was opposite the G’s (near Sublet Road). These were all functional rooms. The furniture was stuff I had collected up over time – either for free or as hand-me-downs from others. The last house I lived in, when I was working in Gold on the Service lines for David Miscavige, was an old house that had had a meth lab under the house at one point. It had a garage full of rats, and myself and 3 others cleaned, scrubbed and then painted it so that we could live closer to the Int base and be able to work the additional late night hours without being stuck with no way to get home. We put up with the low standards as we wanted to do our posts well – as having to try to find a ride home at 3am was awful.


Standard of Royalty

Now all of the above is the reality that most Sea Org members have of food, berthing and pay. When it comes to David Miscavige however, the standard is altogether different.

First is pay. I do not have specifics on the exact amount that DM is paid on a weekly basis. I do know that when I was in RTC I was stunned to receive a Christmas bonus of over $3000. My senior and other RTC execs received much more – and I was told that this occurred every Christmas as if this was not done then DM’s own salary would look very strange to an outsider, being so much higher than the regular SO pay. The RTC staff received bonuses so that DM could continue to be paid his high salary.

I worked on the food service lines for DM for several years. Over $1000 a week was spent on food supplies for just DM and his wife Shelly. A full time chef, and an assistant chef, worked tirelessly to service the two in a way that most SO members would never believe.

DM eats every 2 hours. He has a specific low-fat diet, which requires constant monitoring of calorie-content of each dish, use of all possible low-fat ingredients, special low-fat cooking styles and methods, and all food must be the freshest and best quality available.

He gets up at midday and has breakfast at lunchtime. He is provided with a cooked breakfast daily, top of the line coffee and has the chef wait for as long as needed so that it is fresh cooked and plated up within minutes of him sitting down.

Lunch is provided within 2 ½ hours. Two choices for lunch are always made, and routinely, (before Shelly disappeared) two choices were made for her as well. That is four separate lunches for 2 people. Choices include home-made soups, Mexican food, Italian food, pizza, subway sandwiches with only the best and most expensive ingredients, and more. The Chef gets these meals together in the Galley and then returns to DM’s service area to personally keep the meals warm/fresh and to personally plate them up and see that they are well received. The Chef cannot return to the kitchen until this is done – and too many times to count, the Chef can wait for more than 2 hours while DM is in a meeting or otherwise engaged, only then to be told that DM decided to eat a protein bar and there will be no lunch served – and there is now only 1 hour till dinner is to be ready.

Dinner is a repeat of lunch – with at least 2 choices of dinner. Again, the meal has to be dished up/plated by the Chef, and only the freshest and most expensive ingredients are used. Chicken breast is the largest organic breasts available, delivered fresh. Vegetables are purchased from the local fresh markets, with a purchaser going specially to buy the needed fruit and vegetables and pay whatever price – regardless of season. Atlantic salmon is flown in from the US east coast or from Canada – fresh. Lamb is corn-fed from New Zealand. Steak is filet-mignon, and organic.

There is an evening snack delivered 2 hours after dinner. This is a repeat of lunch – however routinely lighter foods.

Then, there is a late night meal/snack that is put together and provided for after midnight. This is routinely a cheese and fruit platter, a platter of antipasto – all top of the line, best possible ingredients. Smooth goat’s cheese, mellow blue-vein, smoked gouda, aged-tasty cheeses – served with organic crackers. Presentation of all items is top of the line, with garnishes, fruit carvings and edible flowers -- you name it. DM stays up until around 3am and then get a cushy 8 – 9 hours sleep to emerge fresh at lunchtime each day (while the majority of staff around him have had far less).

There are full-time kitchen staff who perform these functions, and there are also anything from 1 – 3 full-time RTC stewards who act to coordinate the meals and do the actual food service.

All of the above is the regular run-of-the mill regular Sea Org production day for the DM royalty.

Now – where things start to really ramp up is when you get celebrations and guests. DM’s birthday is an extravaganza to behold. The food preparation is started a full 2 – 3 days in advance, and is based on a wish list, a theme and there are no expenses barred. The menu is plucked from 5-star restaurants and books, the ingredients are shipped in from across continents – and there is no limit to satisfy and impress. Fresh lobster was a regular item on the menu. Fresh live shrimp was also. The exclusive foi gras (duck liver) was a favourite, at huge cost. Truffles were another item that featured routinely. A guest such as TC results in similar levels of food creativity.

In the 3 years that I worked on these service lines, I saw it all. I worked my ass off to provide food service fit for royalty – and meanwhile, the crew around me (as well as myself) were eating food that routinely could not be sold if you tried.

Now berthing for the royalty is again, something most Sea Org members or public would not believe. DM has personal spaces at Gilman Hot Springs, in LA, at Flag, in the UK and on the Freewinds. Each has been designed and fitted out with top-of-the line furnishings – no expenses barred. Just recently the entirety of the Upper Villas at Int was turned into DM’s personal living spaces — enough space to berth 48 Sea Org members or 12 couples.

Living spaces for DM are on par with English royalty – and I suspect the standard of service he receives is even better. When I was working on these lines there were 2 full-time stewards responsible for cleaning, servicing and doing laundry. It was routinely a flap if DM put on some weight that his steward would be ordered to tailor his pants so that they were comfortable. All of his uniforms and clothes are hand-crafted by an LA tailor (Mr Lim), and he has a wardrobe that fills a room.

DM also has his own fleet of personal luxury cars/motorcycles, and if there is any expensive personal item that DM does NOT personally own or has not purchased, then he is sure to receive as a personal gift from the thousands of Sea Org members who are forced to propitiate to him every birthday and every Christmas, with lavish gifts of high value.

So.... what does parishioner’s money buy in the Church of Scientology? Answer = hot and cold running servants for David Miscavige and a lifestyle fit for a king.

Parishioner’s money was intended by LRH to go to the forwarding of Scientology – not forwarding the personal living standards of the person at the top. LRH never lived as David Miscavige does – and that alone shows how far this has gone from the ideal scene.

Scientology is a not-for-profit organisation. Not only does Miscavige violate basic Scientology tenets, policy and principles with the above – he is also violating the law of the land CORPORATELY, both in the US, in the UK and in many, many other countries of the world.

I invite you to visit www.savescientology.com and compare the above with the documents there.


Lana Mitchell

THIS is the kind of information that the wog public LOVES. The campaign against DM and the cos would be enhanced by spreading this type of information into the news stream. Thank you Lana!
 

Arthur Dent

Silver Meritorious Patron
I wouldn't be suprised if the younger sea ogres have been tissue typed for just such a contingency where they might have to donate their liver for Dear Leader. After all, it would clearly be for the greatest good on the greatest number of dynamics. He or she would be fondly remembered and perhaps even exalted in status as far as their memorial is concerned for "volunteering."

Pete

Revolting but oh so possible. ewwww. And if they haven't thought of it yet and read this they will likely jump all over the idea.
 
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