• Ron Miscavige • The Betrayer

    “There are many different forms of betrayal, but one hurts the most, betraying yourself.”

    Ron Miscavige is so self-centered he really doesn’t understand that betraying his own family is equal to betraying himself. Ron cannot even see that the very people who helped him in his life are the very people he has sold out. Despite his younger son’s generosity, Ron bit the hand, with false vilification, that fed and supported him. And that generosity and care for his father continued from his younger son even after Ron abandoned his family. This included a check for more than $100,000 that Ron cashed to purchase the home he lives in today and $5,000 a year for his health insurance.

    Ron cannot even see that the very people who helped him in his life are the very people he has sold out.
    Ron Miscavige has his son David to thank for the home he lives in today, mortgage-free. David generously gave his father more than $100,000 of his personal funds.
    Not only did David give Ron a check for $100,000 to buy a house, he also arranged and paid for his health and dental care.
    Ron received checks from his son David for $5,000 a year for health insurance, which Ron accepted even while he was covertly betraying his son and daughters.

    Of course it is hard to understand the betrayal. It mirrors the lyrics of the band Everclear’s song in which they sing, “Tell me how do you sleep? With the children you abandoned and the wife… you beat?” Or The Temptations’ 1972 classic “Papa Was A Rolling Stone” which covers a father’s laziness, womanizing, hypocrisy, drinking, stupidity and his unconscionable abandonment of his family.

    Ron took off without a word, abandoning his family and their religion, in the car his younger son and daughters gifted him.

    Ron took off without a word, abandoning his family and their religion, in the car his younger son and daughters gifted him.

    Ron left and went to live with his namesake son, a sex addict. After Ronnie’s arrest for soliciting prostitution, Ron asked his younger son for “a little help” to move away from Ronnie and get a home of his own in Wisconsin.

    Ron received $100,000 tax-free from his younger son that he used to buy a house—the first ever that Ron owned free and clear of a mortgage. The gift represented roughly the entire inheritance from his younger son’s mother. His younger son’s gift of $100,000 to buy a home, and on top of that, annual medical insurance premium payments that enabled Ron Miscavige to move on in his life. The younger son made the gift in hopes that his father would live out his life in peace.

    Ron left and went to live with his namesake son, a sex addict. After Ronnie’s arrest for soliciting prostitution, Ron asked his younger son for “a little help” to move away from Ronnie and get a home of his own in Wisconsin… Ron received $100,000 tax-free from his younger son that he used to buy a house—the first ever that Ron owned free and clear of a mortgage.

    It soon became apparent that Ron was not living out his life in peace. He 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 Ron in their campaign. To make a buck, Ron turned his back on his family and willingly went along with the scheme.

    What kind of a father betrays a son who helped support him throughout his life and in his twilight years?

    Sadly, Ron Miscavige.