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« on: December 27, 2008, 07:02:24 AM »

"...David Miscavige is the leader of the Church of Scientology.

How did that come about? How did he get into that position and what
are his qualifications?

Well, he was not designated by L. Ron Hubbard. Most Scientologists
actually believe that he was put in charge by Hubbard, but that is
totally false. Hubbard very specifically left other people in charge
of the Church of Scientology. However, those that Hubbard left in
charge are the people that Miscavige removed. Everyone that Hubbard
put in charge of any part of the church has been removed by Miscavige.
Not only removed, but most of them are now out of Scientology
entirely.

So how did Miscavige take control of the church? Well, he just did. He
said, with a group of strong-arm followers behind him, that he was in
charge, and nobody was able to dispute it. You see, there was and is
no policy or procedure to stop someone who just assumes control of the
church. Someone steps into that office and says they are now head of
the church and unless the current head has more strong-arm followers,
well, the church has a new leader.
And that's what happened.

Miscavige then "declared suppressive" anyone who had the temerity to
object to his coup, so the Scientology public would never hear what
really happened.
Well, what are Miscavige's qualifications? What makes him qualified to
run the Church of Scientology?

Did he run a Continental Office for Scientology, booming a whole
continent?
Well, no. He's never had that kind of experience, or success.
Did he run one of the big churches, an Advanced Org, a Saint Hill Org
-- Flag Land Base perhaps?

Nope.

OK, how about a smaller, local church? Some big city church?

Nope.

A Scientology Mission? A Scientology Group?

Nope. Miscavige has no experience running even the smallest
Scientology group.

Well, was he a well-trained executive who had years of on-the-job
experience, helping one of Hubbard's selected leaders in some
successful endeavor?
Nope.

Well, maybe he's a proven leader in a related field? He ran something
that was highly successful?

Still no.

OK, so he has no leadership experience or qualifications. What are his
other qualifications?

Is Miscavige highly trained in Scientology "tech"? He has revamped all
Scientology training and rewritten Hubbard's books extensively. He
directs technical matters world-wide. Surely he is highly trained,
Class XII perhaps?

Nope. While his "biography" on line is exceptionally vague about his
qualifications, it is known that he completed the Saint Hill Special
Briefing Course and, according to his biography, he "audited some
people". That's all that is known. What is obvious is that there are
thousands of people who are more highly trained and more technically
qualified than Miscavige.

Well, then, Miscavige is at least an OT VIII, right?

Well, no. On the Bridge, Miscavige is stalled -- badly stalled -- on
OT VII, and has been for 15-20 years. To be a bit clearer: Miscavige
has had no significant auditing for 15 years at least. None. He wants
"all Scientologists" to keep paying and moving on his "Bridge to Total
Freedom" but, even when its all free to Miscavige, he won't go into
session.

OK, despite the fact that he has no experience or qualifications for
the job, has Miscavige at least proven himself on the job?

Are you kidding? Pretty much everything Miscavige attempts has been an
abject failure. This is factually true. He really has had a bad time
of it.

His primary job, according to extant Hubbard orders, was to get every
church to the size of "old Saint Hill"--the size of Scientology's main
center in its heyday. That was supposed to be the criteria for
"releasing OT IX and OT X." This was more important than anything else
he could be doing. He totally failed. Although statistics are
carefully hidden, it is doubtful that any of those previously
celebrated "Saint Hill sized" organizations still exist at that size,
anywhere. To make it easier on himself, he changed the definition of
"the size of old Saint Hill" several times, but, even with the smaller
numbers, he still failed. Instead, Miscavige has "led" the Church of
Scientology to its destruction.

Technically and organizationally, Miscavige has done more to destroy
the Church of Scientology than any enemy of the church in its entire
history. His lack of technical and organizational knowledge and
experience has been disastrous for the church.

So why is Miscavige still in charge of the Church of Scientology?

The answers are simple. First, Scientologists simply don't know how
completely unqualified and incompetent he really is. Second, any
Scientologist who does find out, and says anything, is immediately
"declared suppressive" and kicked out of Scientology.

But the primary reason is that there is no way to remove him. There is
no procedure, no policy, no way to remove the leader of Scientology.
No matter how much damage he does, they're stuck with him."

Mon, 2008-10-27 20:41 ? gargy

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