Blog: More Miscavige on Internet - Stopping Scientology - 2012-05-14
Some who have not experienced it may have trouble believing it, but I am sure those who have experienced it will confirm my interpretation of what follows. Here's an order from David Miscavige's office to ED Int (Executive Director International) and Exec Ints (whatever members of ED Int's team who had the misfortune of listening to the rant live). The order is excerpted, as is Miscavige's standard operating procedure, from an audio tape that records every insanity that issues from his mouth morning, noon and night while he stomps around the International headquarters of Scientology Inc. ED Int and his Exec Ints then must report written compliance, with evidence, to the order so issued. On average, ED Int receives dozens of such orders on any given day - as do many others. When Miscavige refers to the ED Int thinking 'And then it becomes, "oh, you're stopping it"' Miscavige - the perceptive one he is - is accurately reporting on exactly what ED INT and the Exec Ints were thinking at that very moment. He knows that because it is a daily recurring thought of all members of Scientology Inc international management. They think it because this order here represents Miscavige's daily op. He bats back violently at anything that is originated to him - including compliance to the insane orders he issues and even the programs that attempt to execute his dictates.
The net result is, everything he tells anyone to do never gets done because Miscavige won't ever approve the program that is proposed to get done what he has ordered to get done. It is a vicious cycle. It is like the movie Groundhogs Day played over and over and over, day in and day out, year after year at Miscavige's cult camp. Except his version of Groundhogs Day is not a comedy, it is the most gruesome horror picture imaginable. Miscavige very often tells International staff members and execs "oh, and you are thinking COB is stopping this" (after he sits on a submission for several months,then verbally lambasts the submitter with some incomprehensible cross order of himself) I suppose in order to make the person feel guilty and wrong and ultimately stupid for perceiving the truth. More accurately, the op Miscavige runs day in an day out is making people believe they are incapable of understanding that which is incomprehensible (his orders) in the first place. L. Ron Hubbard described the op in the lecture The Freedoms of Clear, 4 July, 1958:
"You know how people convince people they're ignorant? They take something which cannot be understood and they say, 'You stupid jerk. Why don't you understand this...'