Independent Scientology Milestone Two Review of Ruthless by Ron Miscavige

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  1. Independent Scientology Milestone Two Review of Ruthless by Ron Miscavige, Father of Corporate Church of Scientology leader David Miscavige.

    Milestone Two: Ron Miscavige RUTHLESS (book review)

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    Ron Miscavige RUTHLESS (book review)

    Posted by The Poet Ren

    May 5, 2016

    It takes courage to tell the world your once promising child grew up and became an icicle-hearted, psychopathic monstrosity. And then explain how for 27 years you watched him transform into an unrestrained egomaniac, driven by an insatiable lust for power and greed – a master craftsmen in the dark arts of deception and covert treasons.

    Such was the task that Ron Miscavige accomplished in the book, entitled RUTHLESS.

    To better understand what “Ruthless” is exactly we need to first ascertain what it is NOT.

    It is not an LRH bashing, anti-Scientology piece. For the most part the author is generous when it comes to LRH and his discoveries. While he does acknowledge that LRH’s life was not all the church Public Relations Departments tried to sell the world; he is not shy in stating how he believes it was his own son, David Miscavige, who has altered its workability beyond recognition in so many ways.

    For the public Scientologist, org staff and Sea Org Member alike this book should have them running for the doors with their suitcases in tow. It leaves zero doubt that the poster boy COB they see on the glossy event videos and the real David Miscavige are as different as a Spring robin and a deadly rattlesnake.

    David Miscavige was not appointed to the post of leadership of the church by L. Ron Hubbard, Ron Miscavige makes perfectly clear. His son rose to power with brutality and bumps in the night.

    I won’t spoil anyone’s party by listing the minor or major bombshells RUTHLESS reveals but only say there are some zingers between the covers. Not for the old time veterans of the church, perhaps. They will have heard most of it, or guessed at much of the rest, to be sure.

    But even I was amazed to learn that DM had lost millions of dollars of LRH’s personal money, gambling and playing the high-risk markets, without LRH’s knowledge. Then he scrambled like a seasoned safe cracker to cover his tracks and hide his crimes.

    So while LRH was suffering the not too distant death of a son, loss of his wife’s freedom, engaged in massive efforts to restructure and protect the church, deal with health issues and generally steer the entire ship and crew out of the eye of a hurricane, David Miscavige was also busy. He was playing hotshot gambler in the oil markets with LRH’s money and withholding the astronomical losses – the economic devastation from the “Old Man.”

    Forgive me. There I go spoiling the party, but not to worry. In the end this book will be talked about at many parties. And the conversation will be unavoidable. David Miscavige is only the COB of The Church of Scientology because he is a RUTHLESS psychopath, quite beyond any decent Being’s imagination. And now allot more people are going to learn that truth, because his daddy told them so.


    PS: I give RUTHLESS 4 out of 5 STARS.

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  2. RightOn Member

    Yes what Ron says about beginning courses and COB being cured with one auditing session a huge RED FLAG!
    And I wish he would stop.
    A communication course can be taken anywhere if one wants to approve their communication skills. And I don't mean with Milestone Screw 2 either.

    But don't forget Milestone Screw 2,
    he ALSO stated the upper courses are a total scam in his latest interview with Seth Myers.;)
    Are you sure 4 out of 5 stars from you then? Even though he called the upper courses a scam? :D
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  3. fishypants Moderator

    Scare quotes missing.

    Should read:

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  4. LRH's personal money? You must mean the the millions of dollars in ill-gotten gains that Hubbard had scammed from his duped followers like you while he paid his slave work force next to nothing.

    LRH squirreled money away in banks in Switzerland, Curacao and other international havens for criminals like the convicted fraud L. Ron Hubbard used from the outset of his science- fiction religion / science of the mind nonsense that he 'discovered' during his imaginary 'research' that was totally debunked by legitimate scientists worldwide.

    Quentin Hubbard: A Kind Soul.......Rest in peace.......

    LRH was suffering from the not too distant death of a son and his wife's loss of freedom?

    WTF is wrong with you? Perhaps too much LRH mind processing?

    Hubbard's wife Mary Sue (a bitch and 1/2 in her own right) was thrown to the wolves by LRH who hid from justice as an unindicted co-conspirator in the IRS infiltration that he ordered and let her suffer in jail in his typical self-serving fashion. She deserved jail-time but so did he for many crimes and abuses he unleashed on the flock as well as this crime.

    Don't even go there with Quentin Hubbard's awful suicide, Hubbard had pretty much disowned him for being gay and upon hearing of his suicide was quoted as angrily saying: ''Look what he's done to ME now.'' Please stop protecting and promoting this abusive monster, L. Con Hubbard.

    I give your absurd review Zero Stars, thanks for playing. Wake Up, do yourself a favor, face the truth about LRH once and for all.
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  5. scatjappers defends not only the Tech, but specifically the Admin Tech.

    Executive Summary: To the extent the Admin Tech didn't work, it was only because it was not: (1) known and understood; and/or (2) applied.

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    scatjappers says:
    May 6, 2016 at 6:30 am

    Let me make another point here. I’m not aiming this at anyone in particular, so don’t get your knickers in a twist. But over the years, I can’t count how many I’ve heard make the claim that “the system” or “policy” or something like that was flawed and/or let us down. Almost universally, such criticism comes from people who have not studied the Admin Tech. I’ve read almost every policy in existence and actually studied through OEC Vol 5. I’ve probably read all the Management Series and read the Data Series 13 times. My wife is an FEBC. And I can tell you with certainty, policy is not flawed, it didn’t let you down or anything of the sort. If anything “let you down”, it was lack of knowledge of said policy, and lack of proper execution of it. You would be stunned at the colossal ignorance at upper management levels (not to mention mid and Org levels) of policy. What we had in Scientology was more or less a bunch of fast food type personnel running a multi-million dollar corporation. Why and how it stumbled and sputtered is contained in that fact alone. If you had someone trained in auto repair and you asked them to audit Grade 4, how well do you expect they’d do? Not too well, I’d imagine. And voila, there you have the situation prevalent at ever level of Scientology, from the top to the very bottom.

    You know those points in Keeping Scientology Working? The ones about having, knowing and applying the correct technology? Imagine if none of those points were followed (though we did have the correct technology, not knowing or using it properly would sort of mask the fact that we had it). And that’s what happened in the Church. Miscavige came later and made things worse. But Orgs were limping along before that, precisely on the points above.

    It’s not “the system” or policy that let you down. It’s people. It always has been and it always will be.


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  6. Random guy Member

    If we for the sake of the argument accept Scatjappers' argument that the only reason for the organization not being well run is the people not understanding the wonderful policies of Hubbard, it's still said policies fault. Thousands and thousands have been through the organization, and apparently non of them have been able to run it according to policy (if we accept Scatjappers view). That can only mean that while the policies are perfect, they are also way to complicated, making them effectively useless (even if theoretically perfect).

    Back in the real world, we know the policies are next to useless even if used as intended, but that argument might not be going through to the die-hards.
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  7. fishypants Moderator

    Or it could mean that 'the policies' do a terrible job of recruiting and retaining people who are both competent and honest, which I think is almost certainly the case.

    Apart from the 2nd- or 3rd- generations Scientologists who were born and indoctrinated into the system, as far as I can see 'the policies' select for new recruits who are either:

    - psychologically vulnerable (they believe the obvious con), or

    - sociopathic (they don't believe the con but they think they can use it to exploit others).

    The basic underlying problem (commercially) with Scientology is that the products and services (e.g. the 'e-meter', 'auditing', 'training') have no real value to customers. It's the "Emperor's New Clothes" business model. That's not a problem that can be solved with 'policies'.
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  8. TrevAnon Member

    What could possibly go wrong?! :p
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  9. fishypants Moderator

    Well quite.

    Actually scatjappers's point of view is quite interesting in so far as it precisely echoes Miscavige's:
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  10. Random guy Member

    Excellent point!
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  11. BLiP Member

    ^^^ BINGO

    And, when all is said and done, Miscavige is actually following policy, especially as it relates to the lowering of conditions in response to a downward spiral in statistics. By following policy, Miscavige has no choice but to impose a more and more draconian environment because, according to the tech, there MUST be SPs on his lines because, if there wasn't, everything would otherwise be hunky-dory. Technically speaking, or should that be "administratively" speaking, every KSW Scientologist is in the condition of "Confusion" which is typified by " . . . the being or area will be in a state of random motion. There will be no real production, only disorder and confusion . . . ". Sounds about right.

    The Free Indie Dependent Zone argument to that is David Miscavige is the SP. If that were the case, then a single SP must have more power than any individual or group of Scientologists combined, which, in turn, provides absolute proof that Scientology is anything other than "workable". Exception, of course, when it comes to "MAKE MONEY, MAKE MORE MONEY". Otherwise, how did it get into the state that it is in today?
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  12. JohnnyRUClear Member

    ITT: expert(?) debunking of the legitimacy of a meat puppet show

    carry on, fags
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  13. The Independent LRH meat puppet show (perfect name, lol) seeks raw meat and over-seasoned over-processed ex Scientology meat for its 'independent' Scientology show, the debunking helps those who are vulnerable recent exes or new to looking into Scientology in any form.

    To De Bunkers, stat..............
  14. RightOn Member

    This just in....
    the Indie 500 List has not reached 500 yet. :p
    And many names on that list should be removed, as they are no longer suckling L. Ron's teet.
    EEEWWwwww I threw up a little typing that. :oops:
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  15. Random guy Member

    Don't have me post manboobs again RightOn.
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  16. RightOn Member

    What ya got? Cruise or Jonny T's?"
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  17. Ruthless: Scientology, My Son David Miscavige, and Me - Ron Miscavige - DOWNLOAD

    MOD EDIT: Link removed for copyright vortex
  18. Here's both for you:

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