• Ron Miscavige • Degenerate
    A blog from those who knew Ron.

    Ron Miscavige is a degenerate. Ron beat his wife. He choked her. He beat his daughters, one with a strap. He was arrested for attempted rape. He was saved by his younger famous son who insisted he come straight and lead an ethical life—which he did for some time. And then Ron Miscavige snapped back into the sociopath he once was and now continues to be.

    Ron Miscavige now spends his days seeking to make money on the name of his famous son, the son who took care of his father throughout his life, both financially and by helping him in even the most dire circumstances. Any father exploiting his son is a sad exercise in betrayal. That is Ron Miscavige.

    Any father not protecting and supporting his daughters is a sad exercise in betrayal.
    That is Ron Miscavige.

    Any father not protecting and supporting his daughters is a sad exercise in betrayal. That is Ron Miscavige.

    Ron’s daughters disowned their father because he went to live with their older brother, Ronnie, who sexually abused them as children, ignoring their explicit pleas not to move in with their rapist. Not surprisingly, within weeks of Ron’s arrival at Ronnie’s house, Ronnie was arrested for a sex crime as part of an FBI sting of a drug and prostitution ring. The woman whose sexual services Ronnie paid for was reportedly a victim of human trafficking and addicted to heroin supplied by her pimp. Ron supported his pervert namesake son at the expense of his two daughters.

    Ronnie’s warrant of arrest for solicitation of prostitution

    In addition, Ron aided and befriended anti-Scientologists who were suing one of his daughters and her husband. That Ron blames the Church for his daughters’ decision to disown him is preposterous given his actions—specifically that Ron has returned to being the criminal-minded man he was when he regularly beat his wife and his daughters.

    As Ron Miscavige put it in September 1972:

    “I used to beat Loretta up prior to Scientology and have punched her several times since… I used to hit the kids a lot before Scientology. Now if I see it’s the only thing that I can do, I’ll give them a punch. (Very infrequently)”

    After his younger son, the moral beacon of the family, joined the religious order and moved a thousand miles from home to live in Clearwater, Florida, Ron began abusing the women in his family once again. Ron explained instances of this in another self-generated write-up of February 1977:

    “I hit Loretta and lose control of myself at times (this was reported before but I have done this again since reporting it) 4 or 5 times. Also, have choked her at times when I can’t get her to ack [acknowledge] my originations [ideas].”

    And one of his daughters wrote at the time:

    “My dad picked me up and on the way home he said ‘Denise if there was any f***en way to get rid of you I would if I knew you wouldn’t come back.’ Took me up, beat me with a strap, bruised my whole back and sent me to bed…This morning again he hit me again, I can’t remember for what reason… We are (I am) afraid my dad will hit us…”

    So here is a man who beat his wife, beat his daughters, was arrested for attempted rape and whose family accepted him when he had dedicated his life to religion and making the world a better place. But then Ron decided to leave that religious life. Instead of living out his life in peace as his younger son tried to help him do, it soon became apparent that Ron involved himself in the activities of a small group of anti-Scientologists who were engaging in extortion against Ron’s own family. They wanted to use him in their campaign. To make a buck Ron turned his back on his family and willingly went along with the scheme.

    In other words, Ron Miscavige returned to his degenerate ways.

    It is no wonder that Ron’s daughters have said: “We know what is right and moral, and what is evil. Evil is Ronald T. Miscavige. We reject him.”

    That Ron ignores why his family feels the way they do about him and makes no effort to change and become a decent man is simply a further statement of his condition: de·gen·er·ate. Having lost the physical, mental, or moral qualities considered normal and desirable; showing evidence of decline. Other descriptions are debased, degraded, corrupt.

    That is Ron Miscavige.