Clan Marty - Buy the Book

Discussion in 'Independent Scientology' started by McLOVIN_1982, Oct 8, 2012.

  1. McLOVIN_1982 Member

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    Hubbard was a lying sack of shit narcissist, who loved to boast about his invented accomplishments.

    Marty is a lying sack of shit narcissist, who loves to boast about his invented accomplishments.

    Miscavige is a lying sack of shit narcissist, who loves to boast about his invented accomplishments.

    The 3 cultists deserve each other.
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  3. FreakE420 Member

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  4. Django Member

    Heh...just a tangential observation: When you hit Amazon books and search on "Scientology" (as a curious neophyte might), the first page shows:

    Fundamentals Of Thought (Hubbard)
    Many (again)
    Rathbun, What Is Wrong With Scientology?
    Tom Cruise: Screwed By Scientology? (Michael Essany, hadn't heard of this one)
    2 more minor Hubbards
    Fundamentals of Thought (again)

    That's a damn good result for the good guys, sez I. Only one major LRH book (and the truth about LRH is all over the comments section), and no DMSMH or SOS. The titles of the critical books have some deliciously negative allusions: What is Wrong, Former Scientologist, Behind the Iron Curtain, Abuse at the Top.

    Screwed By Scientology.

    Another example of why Scientology will not - can not - survive the internet, at least not as formulated by the drugged and deranged Ron Hubbard or as directed by the tiny and tyrannical David Miscavige.

    Sorry for the OT. I was looking for MR's latest on Amazon, and the above made me smile a little in my pants.....
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  5. Anonymous Member

    Every time I read something from that bitch, I have another reason to hate him...

    lol, not really. He's just a nigger.
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  7. McLOVIN_1982 Member

    Thinking he needs to get Jeff Hawkins out of retirement to make this work.... :) but oh will the money roll in from clan Marty and clan Indie.... maybe even the progressives (clan Progy)?
  8. Anonymous Member

    The four (4) mentions of Tom Cruise in the Amazon description are well calculated to attract media attention and free publicity.

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  9. Regging for the Marty Basic Book
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  10. JohnnyRUClear Member

    Like the wind from my ass
    this, too, shall pass.
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  11. RightOn Member


    So really, who will buy this book besides his followers?
    Certainly not a non scientologist? Not Zoners or Ron's Org people.
    Is Marty going to do a library drive too?
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  12. RightOn Member

    Who has the rights to Hubbard's image? btw?
  13. Clusterdux Member

    Anybody following Tom Cruise will be tempted to buy when they see this synopsis.
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  15. RightOn Member

    really? will Marty be expecting some more trouble then from COS for using that image?
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    Yeah, but he knodat
  17. another123 Member

    Needs MOAR volcano.
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  18. Ogsonofgroo Member

    Lol at stupid thought of Davey's dilema, run out and buy as many copys as possible (ala the Dianetics top 10 fiasco), and make it a hit, or just up and sue for copy-right infringment (what-ever) and continue to make Ratbunny's life miserable, get the copys pulled blah-blah?
    Though Marty is an Inept, he is coming close to being able to pack as much shit onto a page as the old windbag Hubbard did imho. :p
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  19. DodoTheLaser Member

    Preview from Chapter 8 of Marty's new book is out.
    Media will love it. Tom and Dave not so much. Here:

    “Around 2002, already a narcissistic personality, David Miscavige went beyond the point of no return.
    After I had spent more than two years recovering Tom Cruise to the Scientology Bridge, auditing him for dozens of hours, indoctrinating his children to choose him over their mother (his former wife), auditing and guiding him through the entirety of OT V, OT VI, and onto OT VII (three of the highest levels of Scientology spiritual advancement), Miscavige became impatient. He wanted Tom’s affections and would stop at nothing to receive them.

    Miscavige forbade me from letting Tom get on with his life as a free Scientologist. Until such time as Tom “connected back up” with David Miscavige as a personal, cloying friend, I would be assigned to Tom Cruise full time. I was prohibited from telling Tom to call Dave; Tom had to come to the realization on his own that Dave deserved his gratitude and close friendship. Many of my after-session encounters with Tom ended up with this type of colloquy, with me attempting to steer him toward Miscavige:

    Tom would say, “God Marty, thanks, you saved my life.”

    “Don’t thank me. Thank Dave. He was the one that put me onto this full time. For me, auditing is fun. He is the one that has to handle all the rough parts of my post while I’m here with you.”
    “Yeah, I’m gonna have to call him one day.”

    After many such conversations, Cruise finally asked me for Dave’s number. He called Miscavige and was invited to the 500-acre Scientology headquarters near Hemet, California….”

    More here:
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  20. DodoTheLaser Member

    Also, that pic on the cover is probably not copy righted,
    since apparently no one have seen it before.
    This is going to be interesting.
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  21. I've never seen it before. Wondering who took it and where it came from.
  22. Tom and Marty are such good buddies because ________________
  23. JohnnyRUClear Member

    Cool story, Hubb-bro
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  24. Anonymous Member

    That is an admission in black and white of using indoctrination to alienate minor children Conor and Bella against their mother. An ambitious and inventive lawyer could find something in that for civil action. If Nicole doesn't sue just for shits and giggles I will be disappoint. There is a special place in hell for people like Marty that interfere in people's relationships with their family members.

    That he couches that piece of information as a boast of how much hard work he put in for DM, makes me feel physically ill.
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  25. Django Member

    Yeah, but, well....

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  26. ZeroC Member

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  27. Anonymous Member

    clear your temp files and cookies. seriously.
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  28. ZeroC Member

    Done, seems like a waste of the cookies though.



    And now:


    Thanks for the tip /b/rother!
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  29. anonysamvines Member

    I sure hope some nice soul ensures Katie, Katie's dad and Nicole get copies of that little nugget.
    Not forgetting Radaronline et al!
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  30. fishypants Moderator

    No need to apologise for being right.
  31. another123 Member

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  32. Born2Shop Member

    I did. lol

    I plan to put up a review on Amazon shortly after I read it, like I did for his last book:

    Not that my reviews are any good but I will put it up nonetheless for anyone who wants to read it.
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  33. anonysamvines Member

    Amazon uk status

    The Scientology Reformation [Paperback]

    Mark Marty Rathbun (Author)
    Currently unavailable.
    We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.

  34. RightOn Member

    oh my!
    well there you go.
    I look forward to your review! :) <3
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  35. Anonymous Member

    • Paperback: 118 pages
    • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (10 Oct 2012)
    • ISBN-10: 1479277266
    • ISBN-13: 978-1479277261
    • Product Dimensions: 19.8 x 12.9 x 0.7 cm
    I'm really struggling to decide whether this one actually deserves to be listed as a "book" at 118 pages.
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  39. The Wrong Guy Member

    It began in the 1980s shortly after the passing away of L. Ron Hubbard. And it started with the family that has subsequently been promoted into unofficial royalty in the Scientology community, the Feshbach brothers, Joe, Matt and Kurt. The three were infamous stock market short-sell specialists during the era when glorification of greed was hip in America. “Short-selling” is betting, via the stock market, that a company will fail, and then profiting handsomely when it does.
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  40. Anonymous Member

    Robert "Bob" Duggan who might be Scientology's largest ever donor mentored the Feshback brothers and Reed Slatkin.

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