• Ron Miscavige • Perfidious
    Words mean nothing when actions contradict

    Ron Miscavige continues dishonestly “raising his voice” with pathetic rants in hopes that he will make some money. Ron likes to pretend he is fighting for some cause in support of families, but this is simply his ploy, the ruse of a self-admitted wife-beater and child abuser.

    Ron wrote in his own hand:

    • “…I used to beat Loretta up prior to Scientology and have punched her several times since…”
    • “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].”
    • “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)”

    And as his daughter Denise wrote in chilling detail when she was a teenager in the late 1970s, Ron “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…”

    Ron “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 the evidence shows Ron was especially violent and wicked toward females and those in his family. He has admitted on TV to beating his wife for 10 years, while his handwritten accounts describe how he beat his own daughters.

    Ron’s daughters also say their mother told them Ron was a serial philanderer, often cheating on their mother with her friends, while also spending time with prostitutes and piling up phone bills calling sex lines.

    It’s common for wife abusers to downplay their violent behavior and blame the victims to avoid facing up to it, but this kind of perfidious crooning is a con. Ron Miscavige is the antithesis of a family man.

    It’s common for wife abusers to downplay their violent behavior and blame the victims to avoid facing up to it, but this kind of perfidious crooning is a con. Ron Miscavige is the antithesis of a family man.

    The facts are that Ron Miscavige’s daughters disowned their father, because after years of putting up with his abuse and then believing he had reformed when their brother brought him into the religious order, Ron then went to live with their older brother Ronnie—who sexually abused them as children—ignoring their explicit pleas not to move in with him. In addition, Ron aided and befriended anti-Scientologists who were suing one of his daughters and her husband.

    Ron tries to cover up the truth. Instead of being man enough to admit he ran away from the daughters and son who supported him, he makes up a story that someone or something else made him the black sheep of the family no one wants anything to do with. Yet, Ron knows he is outright lying. To make a buck exploiting his family, Ron tells stories that try to cover up and whitewash who he really is and his abusive past.

    To make a buck exploiting his family, Ron tells stories that try to cover up and whitewash who he really is and his abusive past.
    Ron Miscavige stands next to the new car his younger son and two daughters  gave him for his 70th birthday in January 2006.

    Besides spinning yarns about his younger son, Ron tells false Dickensian tales of his life in the Church’s religious order. Ron was not “imprisoned,” he was not “starved,” he had time off, he did not “escape.” He drove the car his younger son and two daughters gifted him to a new life enabled by his younger son’s gift of $100,000 to buy a home mortgage-free. And on top of that, his younger son paid his father’s medical insurance premiums annually.

    What kind of a man betrays his family and then continually tells lies and false stories that his daughters were made to become estranged from him? Ron Miscavige, a man who lies to others and himself about his own actions, his own history and his own treatment of his family. Never does it occur to him to look in the mirror.

    What kind of a man betrays his family and then continually tells lies and false stories that his daughters were made to become estranged from him?  Ron Miscavige, a man who lies to others and himself about his own actions, his own history and his own treatment of his family.  Never does it occur to him to look in the mirror.