Robin Scott on Marty Rathbun

Discussion in 'Independent Scientology' started by mirele, Sep 5, 2011.

  1. mirele Member

    I shamelessly stole this from Facebook. Robin Scott, a former Scientologist, posted this assessment of Marty. I think it deserves wider recognition.

    Linkypoo for those of you on fb.
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  2. xenubarb Member

    ...and the award for Wish I'd Said That goes to....

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  3. Thank you, Mirele! Very valuable post and information! Your Facebook bravery is noted!

    I'm always thrilled to see references, if only obliquely, to the "cowardice," "deceit," and "denial" that is expressed by these moonbats!
  4. LocalSP Member

    Great find.
  5. I love the article but Robin missed one import point, Marty should have never even got his 15 minutes just as the cast of Jersey Shore should have never got their's, but they did and both for the same reason, they're a dysfunctional train wreck that people watch for the carnage. Nobody is interested in Marty, Miscavige, Hubbard or his Cult for any other reason that to be entertained by a freak show.

    Marty is a random Jerry Springer Show Guest that people laugh at, nobody will even remember who his was in a year or two. Atleast all of the other nutcases that came before him trying to reform the cult actually met Hubbard and nobody has any idea who they are, Marty never even seen Hubbard let alone met him. His claim to fame is being Miscavige's little bitch. Marty better hope people still find him to enough of a train wreck to laugh at or he will be back to what ever the fuck it was he was doing after Miscavige kicked him to the curb.

    Seriously how many people visit Marty's blog looking for something other than a dysfunctional freakshow, maybe one or two people outside of himself and his wife?
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  6. mirele Member

    I have to give ultimate props to a certain crazy bovine who pointed me to the post.
  7. BlooAnon Member

    I don't think DM thinks CoS is the only true religion. I think that's an act. If this was true, he would be audited himself, and put into practice all the teachings of Hubbard. From all the interviews I've watched, it doesn't seem that this is the case; he hasn't been audited for years. To him, it's a cash cow. A way to make easy money out of anyone who will buy his (and Hubbard's) BS.
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  8. Anonymous Member

    Fuckin' crazy, brainwashed, moonbatty ronbot. How dare anyone claim that there is anything positive about Scientology.
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  9. Miscavige may not be a rocket scientist but he has to be smart enough to realize he doesn't want to end up nutter tha Grandma's Fruit Cake like Hubbard and the rest of the idiots who believe in Hubbard's non-sense did. He doesn't use the drugs, he just sells them.
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  10. Anonymous Member

    Iknowzyoubetrollin, but if it makes you feel better, it's common knowledge that those positive aspects aren't specific to scientology itself, but merely widely adopted, mostly common sense, self-help techniques that Hubbard incorporated mostly as a means of stringing people along.

    Caek, you can haz and eat too.
  11. Anonymous Member

    It was nice of Hubbard to collect & consolidate the dispersed evil.
  12. amaX Member

    I am in love with this thread...
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  13. Anonymous Member

    If David Miscavige ever retires and there is another scientology scam "leader" who succeeds him, I will not be the least bit suprised if the new leader finds the treasury is empty.
  14. SwordofTruth Member

    I like this cat.
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  15. It won't be empty, just offshore in accounts controlled by David Miscavige. And Miscavige will only retire if by "retire" you mean flee to a country with no extradition treaties.
  16. DeathHamster Member

    But where would he get all those people to be shouted at, slapped and punched?
  17. Anonymous Member

    Which brings to mind that Robin left out the mention of cocaine. No way Hubbard wasn't using it. Look at the behaviours: megalomania, bipolar, borderline personality to full-blown psychotic, and to top it all off, schizophrenia.

    Call me Captain Tinfoil, but if Hubbard wasn't an MK-ULTRA stooge, I'm the next Catholic Pope.
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  19. Anonymous Member

    Aaah, let our mascot Herro do its thing
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  20. Anonymous Member

    Doesn't mean there won't be final justice. Someone will locate and get to him, eventually. Anyone can be found and gotten-to.

    Just sayin'.

    "Revenge is a dish best served cold".
    - Mario Puzo
  21. Anonymous Member

    A bit harsh considering he also says "We no longer consider ourselves to be anything other than Ex-Scientologists."

    Give it time, the recently woken-up need time to clear the magick elron dust out of their eyes & all the cultic crap out of their heads. and 30yrs worth aint gonna go away over night.
  22. Anonymous Member

    It's like peeling an onion... from the INside

    ...from one now OUTside
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  23. It may be no more than the final justice Hubbard received -- dying delusional, paranoid and in hiding.
  24. Liked, all except:

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  26. xenubarb Member

    Coke bugs, paranoia, Nibs' account of daddy shooting coke while comparing himself to Sherlock Holmes, a character of fiction.
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  27. xenubarb Member

    Listen up brethren and sistern. I don't know how it's done, but I know a lot of people from teh Snooki to Balloon Boy's daddy are seeking reality show fame. It occurs to me that Ingleside by the Bay is a great opportunity for Jerry Springer Meets Jersey Shore.

    I propose a team of anons that will be installed next door to Marty, hence the name of the show, "MARTY IS MY NEIGHBOR." Nobody will know whose side we're on. We will have a bigger, more piratey paddleboat and I think a pet pig is necessary. We'll have signs that are mysteriously non-committal, so the SquiBs and the MRs both think we're on their side. I just need someone to pitch this at Fox, cuz we need funding for cameras, lodging, and golf carts that are better than SquiB carts.
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  28. Anonymous Member

    Yeah, but I just don't see the loyal coterie of David groupies clustering around to protect him.

    Then again, if he ever figures out that he can buy people's loyalty... nah.
  29. xenubarb Member

    Hubbard's "loyal officers" were shunted to the periphery by DM. He guarded that old man like a dog with a delicious stinky bone while securing his place as successor. So, I have no doubt that dying Davy will also be helicoptered over by the next would-be leader of Scientology.

    Assuming he dies before we kill his cult, that is.
  30. DeathHamster Member

    Which would I rather see: Davie shafted by a flunky and his corpse kicked to the curb, or let him live long enough to see his empire in ruins... Tough call!

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  32. Anonymous Member

    He can see the cult collapse, get himself jailed, and then get shafted by Bubba.

    Sound good?
  33. Smurf Member

    Frankly, I'd like to see him locked in a cage, hoisted by crane 100 feet over his beloved Int, and allow him to slowly to starve to death, alone, ruling (by air) over his beloved empire.
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  34. AnonLover Member

    i dunno - those closest to Hubtard didnt suffer the long-term violence that DM inflicts on everyone around him. so i would suspect that long before dying-Davy croaks, i would think the first major signs of DM's health diminishing (like a heart attack/stroke, trip to hospital etc) would open some flood gates for rats jumping ship.

    which begs to question - who would be the last ones standing / still left, and even able to make a power grab after being beat into submission on so many levels for so many years.
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  35. Anonymous Member

    Nicolae Ceaușescu

    And they certainly weren't expecting that, when they got up in the morning. Hello Mr Miscavige.
  36. There is absolutely no bashing going on in that piece, It is absolutely well balanced and written without bias.

    something tells me that Marty consumes less alcohol than the average Anon for starters

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  37. Anonymous Member

    O my dominating Smurf is dominating.

  38. subgenius Member

    There have been a couple of references by the Squirrel Busters to pot smoking at Marty's place. This I wonder about.
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  39. Smurf Member

    There's pot smoking at my place, too. What's the big deal?
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  40. Shine on you crazy bovine!
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