St. Pete Times Part Three

Slappy Miscavige Takes Aim

Slappy Miscavige Takes Aim

The last article in the Slappy Miscavige series has been published.  And Tommy Davis makes Scientology look like more of a cult than ever.

The Sea Org is a “crew of tough sons of bitches,” said church spokesman Tommy Davis, an 18-year veteran of the group.

“The Sea Org is not a democracy. The members of it agree with a man named L. Ron Hubbard. They abide by his policies . . . and we follow it to the T, to the letter, to the punctuation marks. And if you disagree with that and you don’t like it, you don’t belong. Then you leave.”

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14 Comments on “St. Pete Times Part Three”

  1. Cornelius F Says:

    I read the WHOLE thing. From attorney Yingyang I learned that throwing people overboard is an ecclesiastical practice and from Tommy D (Rathbun’s spurned lover?), the newly edited editions of Hubbard claptrap are more historically significant than the dead sea scrolls. And everyone has read those, right? (I actually owned a copy and found them boring, but not as bad a Dianutcakes.

    They’ve got to make a made-for-TV movie about this whole story!

  2. Xenumania Says:

    ….and this means that they follow LRH’s enemy SP order to the T. With all the crazy writings of LRH already made public, this confirms that the Sea Org follows that crazy stuff to the letter. “Always attack, never defend.” “make money. make more money. make others as to make more money.”…..should I continue?

    Thank you Tommy Davis for confirming this for us.

  3. Ann O'Nymous Says:

    Tommy Davis on the record and off-record is priceless.

  4. mikethemarcabian Says:

    I agree with first comment. You couldn’t make this stuff up. If people knew the true history of scientology, ordinary people just wouldn’t believe it. Its so outlandish. I’d love to see all this in a documentary.

  5. g8tr Says:

    Although I have seen it reported, not one media outlet has commented on Miscavige’s “odd” response to a report on his proclivity toward violence saying he would “produce evidence annihilating the credibility” of the defectors.

    Leaving aside that he is the so called leader of a so called “church,” doesn’t this sound rather confirmatory of his tendency toward violence? I mean, if you are going to say that it was the critics who were violent, choosing words such as annihilate doesn’t paint a welcoming picture of you (or your “church”).

  6. Charles Says:

    Has anyone ever considered infiltrating CoS and getting any of this on video? These days monitoring devices are quite concealable. There has to be someone out there who’d subject themselves to a few years of insanity, play the part of the dedicated SeaOrg member, get into Gold Base and expose the con as well as the crimes against humanity perpetrated by David Miscarriage-o-justice et al. Where’s Donnie Brasko when you need him.

  7. Mike Says:

    “If I was trying to destroy Scientology, I would leave David Miscavige right where he is because he’s doing a fantastic job of it.” — Amy Scobee

    Amen to that. Unfortunately the treatment is so painful, in every sense of the word, to the scientologists.

  8. binturong Says:

    isnt there supposed to be video of mike rinder in addition to that of marty rathbun? i would really be interested to hear him speak.

  9. Ruben Says:

    Good point, Charles! However, that person has to be trained on how to deceive an E-meter. Actually, it is quite easy, much easier that tricking a real lie detector, but still you need to be proficient. Plus, it takes years and a long list of ‘achievements’ to get into Gold Land base. It would take a dedicated person to endure years of madness, put his/her own sanity in jeopardy just to have a video footage of the beatings. I would celebrate that person like a hero.

  10. DKanon Says:

    Where the hell are Tom Newton when you need him?

  11. Cornelius Says:

    @binturong. I too wanted to see footage of Rinder. It would have made great material for before & after comparison videos for youtube. Rinder as cult liar vs. Rinder telling the truth.

    Since he was spokesperson, I was more familiar with him anyway.

    He may have thought too much exposure would hurt his credibility in the car business, which probably isn’t going too well these days anyway.

    I assumed Rinder and Rathbun were quiet during the last few years because they’d received a payoff. It is a relief they stepped forward. Given some of the things they did — especially Rathbun — I understand why they waited. (Not wanting to take the fall for his criminal actions in the Lisa M debacle.)

    A dam has broken, and dozens of smaller employees can now come forward and be believed.

    I’m still hoping for a top celebrity to blow the cult, but maybe it won’t happen like that.

    I wish the Davis melt down had been face to face. No soundbite says “cuckoo for COS” quite like it.

    “Slappy,” is a good new name for Miscavige, since nearly all people new to COS issues have difficulty pronouncing his name, or aren’t even aware that he’s their dictator, since he rarely appears in public. Before I became more aware of COS, because of the Cruise video, I assumed Scientology was run by a consortium of lower level people.

    Because of his size, and being a high school dropout, Slappy has been in the closet, preferring to allow the Hollywood crowd to dictate the image of the Church, as something trendy, rewarding, and fun.

    Some video of Slappy in action would have been much bigger news. It has been a big mistake of executives on the verge of leaving, not to have sound recorded one of these meetings. Here’s the way our leader talks when he isn’t talking about square footage or passing out medals…

  12. Kevin Says:

    Isn’t it convenient that the “church” starts you out with their “auditing,” with the newcomer admitting whatever bad things they may have done in their lives? I’m pretty sure that all of us have done at least one thing in our lives that we’re not entirely proud of. Now Scientology has a folder on you with everything you’ve admitting to doing all the while thinking that it was confidential since you’re saying these things in “church”. Well, I for one do not see this as a church, I see it as a very well executed money making racket, just what LRH was looking for when he started Scientology.

    I have no doubt that there are many low level members that would love to leave the cult but are too afraid to do so. I think that the time has come for the government to step in and take a very close look at the business practices of the cult/church of Scientology. I can walk into any church in my city and without being charged a dime I have no doubt that someone there would be very happy to tell me exactly what the beliefs of the religion are, the same cannot be said for Scientology and this scam as gone on long enough. There are far too many stories of thugs pushing people around and trying to intimidate those that would dare question the acts of Scientology.
    Just my opinion.

  13. justMe Says:

    I very much like the “answers” of scientology:
    “thanks to the hands-on leadership of Miscavige”

    I very much can believe that!😉

    (btw, I also like Thommys blustering:
    http://www.tampabay.com/specials/2009/reports/project/church-response.shtml
    He really looses it when he rants about the “ecclesiastic leaer”, calls Marc a “psychotic” really HATEFULLY and emloys the usual scamtology FUD smear tactics by stiring up some gruesome “events” that he just can’t talk about and never would do so – except for his need to insinuate about them right then without further substantiation of course.)

    Listening to Thommy Davis only shows that the amount of lunacy under way in Scamtology … and I would’t be astounded to hear that Thommy’s hate ranting would find it’s venting in some “Slappy Miscarriage”s like “hands-on” “handling-tech” within the “Org” on his own ….

  14. ralphyking Says:

    Download Amy Scobee’s Explosive Scientology Book!

    http://www.megaupload.com/?d=Z8PBQF6M


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