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« on: December 26, 2008, 10:34:57 PM »

"...The Church of Scientology that all Scientologists believe exists,
has been destroyed.

Scientologists believe there exists this robust and highly efficient
organization called the Church of Scientology. They believe this
organization is doing good, all over the world. They believe that this
church has effective programs in place, being supervised by highly
trained staff, and that these programs are causing great expansion.

This, they believe.

While it is doubtful that anything quite so grand and effective ever
existed in the Church of Scientology, there were, at one time, plans
and programs. There were, at one time, trained staff to run these
programs. There was, at one time, expansion.
But no more. David Miscavige took control of the Church of Scientology
almost thirty years ago. Since then, he has systematically dismantled
and destroyed the previous management, organization and activities of
the church. Anything that was functioning in the old church has now
been completely demolished.

While Scientology critics have been very effective in exposing
Miscavige's crimes and the crimes of others in the church, and while
Anonymous has helped greatly in accelerating the demise of the church,
the major source of the destruction of the Church of Scientology was
and is David Miscavige.

If anything in the Scientology organization is still functioning in
any way, it is those things that have, so far, escaped direct
"management" by David Miscavige.
David is not a good manager. In fact, he is a horrible manager. He
would have difficulty running the local fast-food restaurant. He
religiously destroys what is working, and forces programs that can't
work. He doesn't trust anyone, but he will tolerate boot-lickers and
sycophants. Anyone with any spine or spark of independence has been
stomped on, hard--sometimes by being sent to the RPF, but more often
simply banished -- kicked out and declared Suppressive.

He dreams up insane projects, not based on any real facts or any
workable methods, and then demands his few remaining staff "make it go
right" and get his project executed. No one can make any of his
cockamamie plans actually work. Badly researched, badly planned,
horribly managed, his projects always fail. But, because he's such a
horrible manager, he can't correctly evaluate who is at fault. Instead
of taking responsibility for his failures as a manager, he punishes
those brave souls who, at least, tried to make them work.

This leaves only Miscavige, the cowards, the boot-lickers and the
sycophants "running" the Church of Scientology. Nothing can get done!
Nothing will ever get done!

Today, the only things actually getting done are being done by people
outside of the church. Outside lawyers are still harassing the critics
and reporters. Outside private investigators have been brought in to
investigate the protesters. An outside ad agency is putting up some TV
ads. A Japanese manufacturer produced the still-unreleased Mark VIII E-
Meters. Anything actually getting done is being done by outside
people. Anything being "done" inside the church, under Miscavige's
management, is an abysmal failure.

The biggest and most important project laid out by L. Ron Hubbard was
to expand all Scientology churches to the "size of old Saint Hill".
Saint Hill, in England, the center of Scientology under Hubbard, was
quite the booming place at one time. Hubbard's orders were to get all
churches stably to that level. Above all else, that was what Miscavige
should have been doing.

Miscavige has totally failed to do this. His projects to do so
resulted in a few churches temporarily reaching that size, but the
"expansion" was false, and they quickly collapsed. Miscavige's
management could not create a stable expansion in even one church.

As a solution, Miscavige redefined the "size of old Saint Hill" to a
much smaller size. Then he pushed a few more churches to that size.
And, again, they collapsed. Miscavige couldn't even meet his much-
lowered goals. Instead of expansion, Miscavige's management inevitably
results in collapse.

As a "solution" to that, Miscavige abandoned the whole "Saint Hill
size" program entirely. He announced a new project called "Ideal Org"
and hoped that no one noticed all his previous expansion programs had
failed.

The "Ideal Org" program first requires local Scientologists to use
their own money to buy and renovate huge new buildings for the local
church. Rather than expand -- and then buy larger premises when you
need them and can afford them -- Miscavige is having the churches buy
new buildings they can't afford, and ... then (in some yet undefined
way) they'll expand. That's Miscavige's "bright idea" for expansion.
Unbelievably, he doesn't even understand simple cause and effect!
Does anyone need any further evidence as to his complete incompetence?

Inevitably, as with all the rest of Miscavige's projects, this
"expansion" project is failing as well. Those few churches who have
fully implemented his "Ideal Org" plan are doing worse than ever.
Inevitably, Miscavige will blame others for this abysmal failure. Once
again, heads will roll -- but not his.

It isn't as if Miscavige doesn't realize he is a failure. Miscavige
knows that if the true picture of his miserable management got out,
Scientologists everywhere would cease supporting him. He would either
be kicked out, or Scientologists would simply abandon his church. He
knows this.

So the one thing he does get done (and he is in a blind panic about it
all the time) is the fantastical events he puts on six times a year.
As time goes on, these events have less and less to do with reality.
Miscavige must report huge successes and huge expansion at every
event. Since he cannot produce any major successes and never has any
real expansion to report, the events are all smoke and mirrors, to
make him look good. Any glimmer of any Scientologists doing anything,
gets exaggerated, magnified, puffed up and filmed -- and then
Miscavige pretends he had something to do with it and that he is
causing great things.

But he is a failure. No amount of smoke and mirrors, hand waving and
fantasy can cover up the fact that he is a complete, incompetent
failure. In all his life, Miscavige has never succeeded, has never
completed anything, has never made something better.

The damage to the Church of Scientology by Miscavige is so extensive,
I do not see any way it could recover. In my opinion, even when
Miscavige is gone, the effects of his mis-management are too severe
for any possible recovery. The Church of Scientology is gone. Only
inertia and the desperate efforts of a few local Scientologists is
keeping it from immediate, complete collapse.

Each Scientologist has his or her own level of gullibility. Soon, most
of the few remaining Scientologists will finally realize the truth and
they, too, will stop supporting him.

While it is very true that David Miscavige has destroyed the Church of
Scientology, and it is also very true that Miscavige ultimately fails
at everything he does, he is still vicious and destructive. In the
short time remaining, the attacks he directs can still cause damage
even as his organization collapses around him.
The battle for justice is not finished until the criminals of the
Church of Scientology, especially Miscavige, are brought to justice."

By gargy
Created 2008-08-06 13:48

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