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US Magazine 24 September 2012 – “It’s like Katie got out of prison”

For this casual observer, it looks like Katie Holmes is experiencing the same kind of detoxifying decompression other people have undergone who have left the iron fist influence of David Miscavige and Scientology Inc.

What I see is exactly what LRH describes when one disconnects from the toxic personality of a truly suppressive person like David Miscavige. Such a “leadership style” already identifies him as a “toxic leader”.

The article specifically mentions the smothering effect the constant presence of Scientology Inc handlers had on Katie and Suri.

So, even though it wasn’t front page news, David Miscavige’s toxic influence continues to make the magazines.

Why aren’t the “celebrities” in Scientology embarrassed about it? Why don’t they disavow allegiance to the church and church leader that are making their careers and PR a miserable miasma?

They won’t look at the problems he’s made.

They just feel that they must “stay in” and “staunchly defend” Miscavige.

No matter if it’s not the greatest good for the greatest number of dynamics.

Oh, that would mean they don’t recognize what the “optimum solution” is, doesn’t it?

— written by Plain Old Thetan

P.S. The Womens Wear Daily article referred to in this article can be found here.

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bboy  on November 11th, 2012

One of the most brilliant things about Miscavige is his ability to hide his toxicity and maintain a facade of the benevolent savior, that the kool-aid drinkers love to lap up.

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