• Ron Miscavige: Worshipping the Buck
    Joining up with fanatic atheists who hate people of faith

    One can only guess how low is low for Ron Miscavige. After all, Ron’s a man who:

    In fact, Ron not only covered up Ronnie’s arrest, he gushed that:

    “I don’t think Ronnie ever gave anybody reason to dislike him.”

    Really? What about abusing his sisters when they were young? Or being arrested for solicitation of prostitution in a larger FBI human trafficking sting?

    And let’s not forget that Ron’s also a man who:

    • Beat his own wife dozens of times, including while she was pregnant. And then Ron tried to lie about it. Of course, it doesn’t help that as a liar Ron is terrible on his feet. In fact, former Fox anchor Megyn Kelly caught Ron in a whopper of a lie about his wife abuse when he appeared on The Kelly Files.

    Ron downplayed the extent of his domestic violence—going so far as to blame his late wife in classic wife-beater style—before he blurted out the truth to a persistent Kelly on national television. Kelly had pressed Ron as to how many times he punched his wife. Ron responded with the jaw-dropping admission that “Maybe all the time, over a 10-year period—would happen maybe once a month or something like that.” While his daughters’ estimates are far higher, Ron still admitted to Kelly that he pummeled his late wife a staggering 120 times!

    Ron’s also a man who beat his own wife dozens of times, including while she was pregnant.

    And now Ron joins with those who denounce religion.

    And now Ron joins with those who denounce religion.

    His latest: Ron shows up on a new forum, an obscure atheist podcast with all of 100 views on YouTube, to once again attempt to make money promoting his wares—this time among anti-religionists. Hey, why not make a buck off of them? These are his new friends. Plus, they feel sorry for Ron. After all, their view is that in the “atheist world we’re always dealing with people that are recovering from religion.” As if religion is a disease?

    The atheists got on well with Ron… Ron’s foul and vulgar attitude seems to fit perfectly with his new group.

    The atheists got on well with Ron. As is typical for him, in his crass, uncouth interview, Ron drops F-bombs countless times while bragging that he holds a “doctorate degree in profanity.” It is obvious why Ron’s former bandmates did everything they could to keep Ron’s manners in, clean up after him, and try their best to help him not be an embarrassment. But Ron’s foul and vulgar attitude seems to fit perfectly with his new group.

    It is a sad story. Ron once had found religion, and even credited it with getting him to stop his horrible wife-beating and terrible behavior. He became a better man. He stopped cheating on his wife, stopped beating his daughters and even stopped his incessant drinking for awhile. That’s the story you won’t hear on the podcast Ron now does with individuals who are anti-religious. That’s because Ron has a new religion: worshiping the almighty buck. And Ron is egged on in his greed by a gold-digger wife Becky who is younger than his own children.

    Ron has a new religion: worshiping the almighty buck.

    With Becky by his side, Ron will do anything to peddle his new story, any story for a buck, no matter that it spreads lies about the religious beliefs of others, including his family. Ron doesn’t respect the religious beliefs of others and certainly doesn’t respect the truth.

    Of course, as the announcer on his latest interview said to Ron, “you ended up on Ardent Atheist and I think that says it all right there.”

    Yes, it most certainly does.