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Over de Scientology-balk: 10 tot 12 miljoen dollar!

 
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BerichtGeplaatst: zo sep 23, 2012 11:07 am    Onderwerp: Over de Scientology-balk: 10 tot 12 miljoen dollar! Reageer met quote

David Miscavige gaf een paar privé-detectives opdracht om Pat Broeker jarenlang op de voet te volgen nadat psychopaat Miscavige alle macht en zeggenschap over het Scientologybedrijf naar zich toe trok nadat de oprichter, charlatan Hubbard, onder dubieuze omstandigheden was overleden.

Volgens diverse bronnen zouden o.a. Pat Broeker door Hubbard zijn aangewezen als zijn opvolger, maar Miscavige ontketende een kleine "staatsgreep" en eigende zich alle macht toe.

Toen Pat Broeker, en zijn vrouw Anny, zich uit de firma Scientology terugtrokken zette Miscavige 25 jaar lang 2 privé-detectives op de Broekers. Jarenlang werd letterlijk elke stap, elke handeling door deze detectives aan Miscavige gerapporteerd.

Geldgebrek? Wie zal het zegen. In ieder geval staakte de firma Scientology dit jaar de betalingen aan de detectives nadat het tweetal inmiddels al zo'n 10 tot 12 miljoen dollar(!!!) had ontvangen gedurende al dat jaren durende stalken.

En dat leidde tot een rechtszaak waarbij alle details over deze bizarre, maar voor psychopaat Miscavige kennelijk doodnormale zaak naar buiten kwamen.

Lees ook dit artikel:
http://www.tampabay.com/news/scientology/church-of-scientology-paid-two-private-investigators-millions-to-trail/1252846

Nog iemand die Miscavige een normaal mens vindt en het oneens is met het feit dat deze man al jaren rijp is voor een psychiatrische inrichting?
Ik bedoel maar: 10 tot 12 miljoen om je paranoia te bevredigen......
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BerichtGeplaatst: ma sep 24, 2012 11:00 am    Onderwerp: Reageer met quote

Hier ook een hele massa informatie.
http://ocmb.xenu.net/ocmb/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=111621

Interessant is vooral de in de eis vervatte geschiedenis betreffende de coup van Miscavige tegen de door Hubbard zelf aangestelde opvolgers, Pat en Anny Broeker:
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6 L. Ron Hubbard — Scientology's Founder. Scientology is a belief system founded in the 1950's by science fiction novelist L. Ron Hubbard, who oversaw its development for several decades. By the time of Mr. Hubbard's death in 1986, Scientology was being disseminated throughout the world by a complex web of corporate entities (the "Scientology Corporations"). The Scientology Corporations' revenues and assets had accrued to hundreds of millions of dollars. The Scientology Corporations were managed and staffed by Scientology's elite religious order, the Sea Organization (commonly referred to as the "Sea Org"). As Commodore of the Sea Org, Mr. Hubbard was in absolute command of the Scientology Corporations. During the last years of Mr. Hubbard's life, he lived and worked in seclusion, away from the public eye.

7. Pat Broeker — Hubbard's Successor. In 1980, Mr. Hubbard left his public position at Scientology's helm to continue his research and development of the Scientology belief system. Mr. Hubbard took his two most trusted disciples with him — Pat and Annie Broeker. The Broekers were the only members of Scientology's management in seclusion with Mr. Hubbard during the last six years of his life. Throughout those years, all communication to and from Mr. Hubbard went through Pat Broeker. Mr. Broeker worked with Mr. Hubbard on his final spiritual research, which he was to compile following Mr. Hubbard's death. On January 19, 1986, Mr. Hubbard issued his final Order to the Sea Organization. ([i]See[\i] Exhibit "A" attached hereto). The purpose of Mr. Hubbard's final Order was to promote Pat and Annie Broeker to a newly created rank, superior to all other Sea Org officers. Then, on January 24, 1986, Mr. Hubbard died, leaving Mr. Broeker as his successor in charge of Scientology, with Annie Broeker as second in command.

8. On January 27, 1986, Mr. Broeker appeared at a formal ceremony before the Scientology faithful to announce Mr. Hubbard's passing. Mr. Broeker communicated Mr. Hubbard's final message to the faithful, he revealed the status of Mr. Hubbard's much-anticipated, unreleased spiritual research and development, and he provided reassurance that Scientology's operations would continue without interruption. In the ensuing year, Mr. Broeker guided Scientology's management as it moved forward in the aftermath of its founder's death. A photo of Mr. Hubbard along with a copy of his final Order promoting Pat and Annie Broeker was framed and distributed to every Scientology staff member.

9. David Miscavige — The Usurper. During Mr. Hubbard's final years in seclusion, a young member of Scientology's management was systematically cultivating allies, eliminating or marginalizing enemies, and accruing power in a careful plan to seize control of Scientology once Mr. Hubbard was gone. David Miscavige was as ruthless as he was ambitious. His role was that of a management enforcer, rather than a spiritual leader. Mr. Miscavige had no direct contact with Mr. Hubbard, but he controlled and manipulated the flow of information between Scientology's management and Mr. Hubbard's personal representative, Pat Broeker. Mr. Miscavige could see that Pat Broeker was Mr. Hubbard's intended successor, and he maneuvered to nullify Mr. Hubbard's plan.

10. Miscavige Seizes Power. Mr. Broeker's collegial, studious nature was no match for the unfettered ambition of Mr. Miscavige. Mr. Broeker became aware of Mr. Miscavige's ambitions, but he relied upon his appointment by Mr. Hubbard and upon his possession and unique knowledge of Hubbard's as-yet-unreleased advanced materials to maintain his position as scientology's leader. These protections evaporated when Mr. Miscavige used Scientology lawyers and gangs of henchmen to wrest power from Mr. Broeker. Mr. Miscavige and his allies cancelled Mr. Hubbard's Order promoting the Broekers by asserting that the Order was a forgery; they created a new, supreme position for Mr. Miscavige as Chairman of the Board of Scientology's Religious Technology Center; they seized Mr. Hubbard's papers; they purged from management anyone they perceived as loyal to Mr. Broeker; they promoted and empowered Mr. Miscavige's allies; and they even successfully pressured Annie Broeker to desert her own husband.

11. The coup was successful, but Mr. Miscavige needed to remove Mr. Broeker from the picture to consolidate his power for the long run. This was accomplished by threatening Mr. Broeker with prosecution for his alleged role in Mr. Hubbard's receipt of large sums of cash from Scientology operations. If Mr. Broeker quietly disappeared, the Scientology Corporations and their legal teams would protect him; if not, he would be blamed and left unprotected. Mr. Broeker knew the battle was lost, and he went quietly into exile, driven from both Annie and the organization to which he had dedicated his life. In Mr. Broeker's absence, Mr. Miscavige assumed complete control of Scientology's vast wealth and its thousands of obedient followers.

12. Miscavige's Personal Obsession. The absence of Scientology's true ecclesiastical leader did not, in itself, legitimize Mr. Miscavige's newly seized power. As Mr. Hubbard stressed to the faithful, "If it isn't written, it isn't true." Mr. Miscavige was all too aware that Mr. Hubbard never wrote that Mr. Miscavige was to become his successor as Scientology's leader. Ever conscious of his own illegitimacy, Mr. Miscavige obsessed about the possibility that Mr. Broeker might return to reclaim his rightful position at the head of Scientology. Mr. Miscavige dealt with this personal concern by setting up a security apparatus devoted to Mr. Broeker.

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