Like many cult and other brutal dictators around the globe who ruled over the masses with billions in hidden, offshore coffers, David Miscavige was an uneducated young man, leaving school on his sixteenth birthday. He rose to power after the death of his Master, L. Ron Hubbard, and some say Miscavige may meet his own demise from a coup d’état, murdered rather than dying of natural causes. May all who change their will, not die the day after.
And from what we’ve seen over the past few years, especially recently, David Miscavige should be concerned that his control over Scientology members is similar to the last few grains of sand in an hour-glass. With many claiming Miscavige to have a narcissistic, sociopath, personality disorder, and an ego the size of the Super Power Building, he may not see the trees for standing inside the forest of bad Karma that he himself pulled in.
Even though Scientology is well-known for their secret agents infiltrating countless entities, David Miscavige should consider that his empire could be infiltrated at this very moment. Perhaps Miscavige should pull himself out of present time and reflect back to when Constable Barbara Taylor of the Ontario Provincial Police infiltrated undercover, where she had gained a position in the Guardian’s Office of the Toronto church, including access to Scientology’s intelligence files.
It was a game of spy and counterspy, with the police investigating Scientology’s infiltrations by doing some infiltrating of their own. Just like Donnie Brasco, who was really an undercover FBI agent Joe Pistone who infiltrated the infamous Bonanno crime family for six years, so could Miscavige and his inner circle be infected with undercover government agents this very minute?
Scientology contended that there can be no investigation into the validity of religious beliefs, and further, “that a church, being a church, is not subject to criminal prosecution arising out of its principles or practices.”
David Miscavige should read carefully, to what the Judge said. The court ruled that while the freedom of religious belief is absolute, the “freedom of religious practice or conduct is not absolute, and is subject to laws of general application established to protect public safety, order, health, morals, or the fundamental rights and freedoms of others.” And as Senator, Nicholas (Nick) Xenophon stated: “In Australia there are not limits on what you can believe but there are limits on how you can behave. It’s called the law, and no one is above it.”
Perhaps it’s time to lift the lid and flush down the toilette what L. Ron Hubbard insisted before Miscavige duped his way into power: “Somebody someday will say ‘this is illegal.’ By then be sure the orgs [Scientology organizations] say what is legal or not.”
Historian and moralist, known as Lord Acton, expressed this opinion in a letter to a Bishop: “Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Great men are almost always bad men.”
Of course, all of the aforesaid is just an opinion, and solely based on how fast one sees the crumbling, Armageddon event of eventual destruction that is surely upon, and has besieged David Miscavige into hiding. However, as the countless lawsuits overwhelm, and the media exposure tells the world of Scientology’s crimes, abuses, fraud, and exploitation, the secret veil that once covered Miscavige, could be the same piece of cloth that inmates use as a blanket to keep warm.
All the money in the world’s banks will not protect against something or someone evil in substance and nature. It’s called, Karma.
“Karma comes after everyone eventually. You can’t get away with screwing people over your whole life, I don’t care who you are. What goes around comes around. That’s how it works. Sooner or later the universe will serve you the revenge that you deserve.” ― Jessica Brody
By David Love