Poll:On David Miscavige's birthday (from "The Underground Bunker")

Discussion in 'Tom and Katie' started by Disambiguation, Apr 30, 2014.


What is Davy's best accomplishment in his 50 years?

– Pushing Pat and Annie Broeker out of the way for supreme Scientology generalissimo? 4 vote(s) 44.4%
– “The War is Over?” (Bringing the IRS to its knees in 1993.) 2 vote(s) 22.2%
– Luring Tom Cruise back into the fold (2000-2004) and then giving him the Freedom Medal of Valor? 0 vote(s) 0.0%
– Instituting a forced-abortion policy for Sea Org women? 1 vote(s) 11.1%
– The Golden Age of Tech? 0 vote(s) 0.0%
– The Basics? 0 vote(s) 0.0%
The Golden Age of Tech Phase II? 0 vote(s) 0.0%
– The Super Power Building? 0 vote(s) 0.0%
– Opening Ideal Orgs all over the world? 0 vote(s) 0.0%
Murdering L. 2 vote(s) 22.2%
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  2. RightOn Member

    I wouldn't call it an "accomplishment" because those things have hurt so many people and continue to do so.
    Maybe it should be Little Davy's Top 10 List of Sinister Plots
    And you forgot "Putting Shelly on Vacation" as a choice.
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  3. RightOn Member

    I know this has been discussed before, but what would have been like if he didn't send the Broeker's packing?
    Would it be more secretive and have a much larger membership?
    Should we be thanking him for taking over? :p
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  4. RightOn Member

    Wonder how many Sea Orgers and staff had to scrape together enough of their pay to buy him gifts? :mad:
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  5. Anonymous Member

    What is Davy's best accomplishment in his 50 years?

    I think it's the writing of the script for the Tom Cruise Video:

    Tom Cruise Cult Video Transcript

    Announcer: Tom Cruise on Tom Cruise Scientologist

    Cruise: I think it’s a privilege to call yourself a Scientologist and it is something that you have to earn, and… because a Scientologist does. He, or she has the ability to create new and better realities and improve conditions. Uh, being a Scientologist, you look at somebody and you know absolutely that you can help them. (cut)

    So, for me, it really is KSW, and it’s just like, it’s something that, uh, I don’t mince words with that. You know, with anything (unintelligible), but that policy to me has really has gone , boy, there’s a time I went through and I said, “You know what…” When I read it, I just went (noise that sounds like poof), “This is it. That’s exactly it.” (cut)

    Being a Scientologist, when you drive past an accident, it’s not like anyone else. As you drive past, you know you have to do something about it, because you know you’re the only one that can really help. (cut)

    That’s… that’s what drives me, is that I know we have an opportunity, and uh, to really help for the first time effectively change people’s lives, and uh, I’m dedicated to that. I’m gonna, I’m absolutely, uncompromisingly dedicated to that. (cut)

    Org are there to help, okay, but we as (unintelligible) the public, we have a responsibility. It’s not just the Orgs, it’s not just David Miscavige, you know, it’s not just me. It’s you, it’s everyone out there, kinds re-reading KSW and looking at what needs to be done and saying, “Okay! Am I going to do it or am I not going to do it?” Period. Am I going to look at that guy or am I too afraid because I have my own out-ethics, put in someone else’s ethics. That’s all it comes down to. (cut)

    And I won’t hesitate to put ethics in someone else, because I put it ruthlessly in myself. And I think that I… uh… I respect that, you know, in others. And, you know, I’m there to help, and we’re here to help, and my opinion is is that, look, either you’re on board or you’re not on board. Okay, it’s just, if you’re on board, you’re on board just like the rest of us. Period. (cut)

    We are the authorities in getting people off drugs. We are the authorities on the mind. We are the authorities on improving conditions. Criminals, we can rehabilitate criminals. Way to happiness, we can bring peace and unite cultures, uh, that once you know these tools and you know that they work, it’s not good enough that I’m just (doing okay?)

    Traveling around the world and meeting the people that I’ve met. Talking with these leaders in various fields, they want help, and they are depending on people who know, and who can be effective and do it, and that’s us, that is our responsibility to do that. (cut)

    It is the time now. Now is the time, okay? It is, being a Scientologist, people are turning to you, so you better know it. You better know it, and if you don’t, you know, go (sound deleted, appears to be “fucking”) learn it. (Laughs) You know? But don’t pretend you know it and, or whatever. It’s like, we’re here to help. (cut)

    If you’re a Scientologist, you see life, you see things the way that they are. In all its glory, you know, all of its complexity. Uh, the more you know as a Scientologist, you don’t become overwhelmed by it. (cut)

    (Laughs) And uh, they said, “So, have you met an SP” (big laugh) I looked at them and I thought, “What a beautiful thing,” because maybe one day it will be like that, you know? You know what I’m saying. Maybe one day it will be that “Wow, SP, they just read about those in the history books.” You know? (cut)

    I just got through that tech, and it’s literally… it’s not how to run from an SP. It’s PTS/SP, how to shatter suppression, confront and shatter suppression. You apply it, and it’s like, boom. (cut)

    Because, they don’t come up to be and do that. They don’t do it to me. Not to my face, or anywhere in my vicinity where they feel they can confronted, you know. They just don’t do it. (cut)

    I wish the world was a different place. I’d like to go on vacation and go and romp and play and just do that. You know what I mean? I mean, that’s what I want it to be. That’s how, there’s times I want to do that but I can’t because I know. I know. So, you know I have to do something about it. It’s not, you know you can sit here wish it was different and then you look at it and you go “Okay, this is it.” You know, I have to do something, don’t I? I have to do it, because I can’t live with myself if I don’t. That really is it. (cut)

    I don’t care if someone thinks it’s hard or easy. You’re either helping and contributing everything you can or you’re not, okay? Because I’m carrying my load, okay? And as much as I’m carrying, I still feel like I have to do more. Alright? There is still a thing of, let’s go. (cut)

    You can just see the look in their eyes, you know the ones that are doing it and you know the spectators, the ones who are going, “Well, it’s easy for you” or “What am I doing” and it’s just, that thing is, I’ve canceled that in my area (laughs). It’s like, man, you’re either in or you’re out. That’s spectatorism, and it’s something that we have no time for right now. (cut)

    So, it’s our responsibility to educate, create the new reality. We have that responsibility to say, “Hey, this is the way it should be done, because we do it this way and people are actually getting better.” (cut)

    And let’s get it done. Let’s really get it done. Have enough love, compassion, and toughness that you’re going to do it and, uh, do it right. (cut)

    And I have to tell you something. I really, it is, it’s rough and tumble. It’s wild and wooly. It’s a blast. It’s a blast. It really is fun, because damn it there is nothing better than going out there and fighting the fight and suddenly you see things are better. (cut)

    I want to know that I’ve can everything I could everyday and I think about those people out there who depending on us. And I think about that. And it does make me feel like, (laughs) we’ve got more work. I need more help. Get those spectators—you’re in the playing field or out of the arena. (Laughs) You know, really, that’s how I feel about it. (cut)

    I do what I can and I do it the way I do everything (laughs). There’s nothing part of the way for me. (laughs)

    [Music: Mission Impossible]

    Announcer: A Scientologist can be defined by a single question: Would you want others to achieve the knowledge you now have. In answering that question, Tom Cruise has introduced LRH technology to over one billion people on earth, and that’s only the first wave he’s unleashed.

    Which is why the story of Tom Cruise Scientologist has only just begun.
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  6. Here's to 54 years of shopping in the boy's section.
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  7. Ogsonofgroo Member

    The mighty Dwarfenfuher took over LRon's cult and built himself a tidy fortune on the backs of its sheeples (estimated personal net worth a couple of years ago at over 50million), pretty good for tenth-grade educated drippy-dink, and has managed to continue the farce into the 21st century, while never once having to suck a single cock on Hollywood Boulevard.
    That said, I think his greatest accomplishment has been avoiding any culpability for the multitude of abuses and crimes perpetrated by cult of CoS and staying out of Bubba's cozy little bunk. This is closely followed by having the bestest way of wife-ridding short of out-right R-45 tech.
    I'm sure there are as many opinions on this as there are members here and, as a parting b-day wish for the sick little maggot (my apologies to maggots everywhere), I hope he is haunted for all eternity by the ghosts of his dead parishioners, and that every time he gets it on with Laurise S. a wheelchair runs over his brain and his dick shrivels, with Shelly's Miscavige's voice saying over and over, 'You are such a fucking loser!'

    :) AHhhhhh, feeling much better kthankxbyee :p
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  8. Quentinanon Member

    I thought Davey's birthday was 29 April.
  9. The Wrong Guy Member

    Captain Miscavige Turns 55, Has Chinese in Hemet

    OTVIIIisGrrr8!, May 1, 2015


    David Miscavige turned 55 today and had dinner at the China Palace in Hemet with WDC Chairman and his new vice-communicator Holotta Delusion, wife of Church spokesman Ken Delusion.

    When presented with the bill, Mr. Miscavige demanded, and was given, the 10% seniors discount.

    Fresh off his triumph of opening the nondescript and essentially unnecessary Basel Ideal Org, Mr. Miscavige’s future plans include spending time with his wog lawyers studying defenses to RICO.

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  10. RightOn Member

    wonder what the Sea Orgers were forced to buy him this year?
    I would say Rot in Hell to Poodle as my birthday wish to the scotch soaked liver, El Bastardo, but that would be an insult to hell. (which of course doesn't exist, just like OT's)

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