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ARS: What Those Who Know DM Say

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  1. tigger Member

    ARS: What Those Who Know DM Say

    From ARS : http://groups.google.com/group/alt.reli ... 55bd498958

    WHAT THOSE WHO PERSONALLY KNEW DAVID MISCAVIGE SAY

    Vicki Aznerarn, former president of RTC


    14. Contrary to the claims in his February 4, 1994, declaration
    Miscavige has struck staff members when they do things he dislikes.


    In 1981, I witnessed him hitting John Axel, a Sea Org member in the
    mouth in 1982. Miscavige had two other tall male staff members to back
    him up when he hit John Axel. This despite the fact that John Axel is
    a fairly small and very mild-mannered individual. Miscavige also does
    such things as set up photos of staff members who have fallen into
    disregard and use them as targets for pistol shooting.


    I witnessed him doing this with the Golden Era Musicians, of which
    Fernando Gamboa was one of his targets.


    Stacy Brooks


    170. My office was right across the hall so I heard everything that
    went on. For the next three and a half hours Miscavige screamed
    profanities and wild, paranoid accusations at Jim, demanding to know
    who had sent him to destroy Scientology, was he working for the IRS,
    was he working for the FBI, what other enemy agents were working with
    him inside Scientology, etc., etc., ad nausea. I heard Jim repeatedly
    deny the accusations, and Miscavige's response was to scream at him
    even more.


    David Mayo (former right-hand man of L. Ron Hubbard)


    14. On August 29, 1982, David Miscavige, and others, acting on the
    orders of L. Ron Hubbard, kidnapped me and subsequently kept me
    captive and physically and mentally abused me for six months. During
    this period, David Miscavige, an officer and director of RTC, told me
    in the presence of Vicki Aznaran, President of RTC, Mark Yaeger,
    Commanding Officer, CMO INT of CSI that if I ever escaped, he would
    personally see to it that the resources of the Church of Scientology
    would destroy my character and reputation internationally.


    Andre Tabayoyon (worked at Gold Base)


    Mark Fisher, who was severely beaten by Miscavige, repeatedly told
    Miscavige and others that he did not want to be at the Hemet base. As
    Miscavige and others beat Mark in my presence, Mark kept saying that
    his attackers could beat him all they wanted but he still wanted to
    leave. Finally, Miscavige expressed his contempt and disgust at Mark
    and left the guard house where Mark was being held.


    Jesse Prince


    In the security check Dave made sure he told me about the trips to the
    casinoes, the heavy drinking and the women he and Pat had enjoyed
    together. Dave freely confessed his sins and Pat Broeker"s sins as
    well. He said if he was going to go down, he was going to make sure
    Pat Broeker went down as well. He was very critical of Pat, saying he
    had a long history of alcohol abuse and recklessly spending LRH's
    money. Of course, the person who received the report of Dave"s sec
    check was Pat Broeker. So it didn"t surprise me a bit when Dave and
    Pat suddenly became best buddies again. I seriously doubt that
    anything but reports full of glowing praise for Dave ever went to LRH.
    In retrospect I realize both Pat Broeker and David Miscavige had an
    interest in keeping the status quo with LRH, since both of them had
    dreams of one day being the new dictator of Scientology once the
    current Ding Dong king was dead.


    Robert Vauhgn Young


    Despite Miscavige's protests, he runs all of Scientology, regardless
    of corporate lines. In Scientology, there is only Scientology.
    Corporate lines are set up as ways to deflect the courts, the IRS and
    the authorities. When it comes to everyday work, Miscavige is
    appraised of every part of Scientology, from the church to the
    secular. He also issues orders to all sectors and approves all major
    transactions. His role is as the head of Scientology is well known
    within Scientology. It is only when it comes to matters such as this
    suit that he and his lieutenants must suddenly conjure up the
    corporate lines and claim ignorance.


    Don Larson


    The other move was to step up the flow of money dramatically. Among
    Larson's duties were levying fines on wealthy auditing subjects, whose
    intimate auditing sessions had been transcribed in writing, and
    forcibly dunning mission holders (franchisees) for millions of
    additional dollars for Hubbard agents. "In 1983," says Larson, "I
    manipulated a half-million-dollar inheritance out of Bob B... He was
    naive as hell. D.M. (David Miscavige) called me up in the middle of
    the night [about Bob B...] He wanted the money.
  2. Re: ARS: What Those Who Know DM Say

    But Tigger, I want to know what DM is doing NOW!!! ( hiding.gif )???

    Still that is some good shit on him, is the dude going to make like Jim Jones or the Henry Ssali Kibwisa? HUMMM

    sad:(

    at first I was laughing then I read the article...

    http://www.iheu.org/node/1567

    this shit ain't funny.

    I hope the feebs get him before he can do something like that. Why is it that the bad guys always seem to get away?
  3. tigger Member

    Re: ARS: What Those Who Know DM Say

    I'm telling ya, I don't think he's going to walk away from this -- he could hide for awhile, but the ship doesn't belong to him -- it can't, legally, be for his benefit under tax law, which means he'll be chased across the high seas.

    He's narcissistic enough to try the mass-suicide thing, sure, but he has so alienated his upper echelons that I think it more likely that he'll turn up mysteriously dead & they'll try to pin it on Anons, which of course they won't be able to do, but it'll never be solved. I think he'll just disappear, if he abuses them anymore.

    Can't you tell people are getting fed up & turning on him? There's no way we'd have half the insider intelligence we have now if it weren't for his Gestapo tactics and sadism against his own crew. Where do we think this stuff comes from? It can't just be people already out. Lots of people inside are cooperating so they don't have to quit alone, and maybe to save the "religion" they believe in and revere.

    There's NO WAY DM has inspired enough personal loyalty to get protection from that crew. They're actively looking for ways to sell him out in order to save Scientology from HIM. They already know he's Entheta, or his TR's are out, or he's off the bridge, or whatever...

    They're practicing malicious cooperation -- doing exactly what he tells them to and only what he tells them to, knowing it won't work. He has no ability to motivate them to use their own creativity and ingenuity, because they're too afraid of any small failures. He is a veritable case study in "Management Failure." It's all top-down management, utilizing fear and bullying to achieve compelled action.

    As you can see from the successes of Anon -- give people the freedom to express themselves, the permission to be creative, support for their efforts, and personal investment in the outcome without fear of criticism, and the output is INCREDIBLE.

    But when you beat people down, they go through the motions, do only what they're sure follows procedures, hide behind orders, kiss up/kick down when stuff goes wrong, and basically footbullet themselves all over the place.

    He's doomed, I tell you, DOOMED. By his own karma or the laws of science (for every action there's an equal and opposite reaction). DOOMED!!!
  4. XenuLovesU Member

    Re: ARS: What Those Who Know DM Say

    As much as I like background info on CoS and it's many, many evil deeds... I dunno what the benefit is of re-hashing stuff from 26 years ago. Sure, it goes to background and whatnot... but where are the *legal* documents... the *police reports*... the *arrest records*...

    ...you know, stuff other than anecdotal accounts of mistreatment by the evil dwarf?

    If nobody who has been abused on the inside has had the balls to stand up against it, there's not much we can do about it (lacking any hard evidence that could be used in court, prior to the statute of limitations expiring).

    I'd much rather work on digging up fresh dirt, and getting people out who have recently suffered abuses who are still in a position to do something about it in court.

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