David Miscavige Must Go

There are many websites such as markrathbun.wordpress.com and www.scientology-cult.com that are devoted to documenting the situation of the Church of Scientology. I suggest anyone interested in evaluating this scene take the time to actually look at what data these sites have to offer and consider for themselves the validity of the information.

Some data cannot be refuted. For instance, it is a fact that the membership of the Church has decreased over the past couple of decades, NOT increased as we would be led to believe by the Int PR events. And most important of all is the decline and currently abysmal amount of TRAINING and AUDITING that is occurring in the Church today. 

The intent of “My Eval” is to hopefully provide a bright idea for handling all of the above.  You can read the full eval if you like. But, the primary handling I propose is to start (or at least continue in a concerted effort) spreading the message “David Miscavige must go.”

This message undercuts any debate about religious beliefs or the Founder and focuses on the correct target. And I believe that if carried on long enough and effectively enough, it WILL either compel Mr. Miscavige to step down — or embolden current executives enough to remove him.

But even more importantly, it has the potential to reach both staff and public who know something is wrong but don’t know what to do about it. Plus, this handling is something that anyone can actually do, and really does open the door to a solution.

What do you think, will it work?


About Shawn Mars Nagano

“And somebody has to rise up and say, ‘Auditors of the world, unite. Overthrow this monster!’” -L. Ron Hubbard
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5 Responses to David Miscavige Must Go

  1. Tim Higgs says:

    I agree, David Miscavige must go.

    So why doesn’t Marty Rathbun and Mike Rinder, who both have enough on him to put him in jail do so?

    Why don’t they turn states evidence and have him put in prison?

    • Good question. Maybe you should ask them. My guess is that anything that they personally witnessed was too long ago to be procecuted due to statutes of limitation. Therefore, all they can do at this point is try to expose the abuses, and hope that someone with more current evidence comes forward.

  2. freebeeing says:

    Actually the mere ousting of DM will not handle the problem. The problems are endemic in the policies created by LRH. A massive policy overhaul needs to be done. The SeaOrg needs to be disbanded. Oh, the list is too long to enumerate here 🙂

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