Ron Miscavige likes to tell tall tales. And usually the same old, worn, untrue stories over and over and over and over. He complains about not seeing his grandchildren, but always leaves out that it was his daughters who told him not to go live with his namesake son because that son had sexually abused them when they were young. It is all covered in their statement on the truth about Ron Miscavige.
The smell of Ron Miscavige’s lies becomes putrefying when he pretends to care about anyone but himself. Ron never could follow the moral code which calls for respecting all faiths, and in fact, now he has joined up with those who are specializing in harming anyone who embraces religion. It’s stunning how an anti-Semite like Ron can even go on air and lie. His anti-Semitism is even recorded—with his permission no less—in a 2011 interview to which Ron refers to his former next-door neighbors as “the Jews.” (Hear the audio clip in full, unedited, below.)
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT
Ron Miscavige’s comments are extremely offensive.
Of course, it gets worse. Because while Ron was third trumpet in a Church band, many of the band members reported he denigrated them with slurs about their Jewish descent. Ironically, some of the very people Ron treated with disrespect tragically had family members die in the Nazi Holocaust. Ron was repeatedly asked to stop with the slurs, but arrogantly continued to utter offensive names and jokes anyway:
The website TMZ recently exposed the fact that Ron liked to dress to look like he was wearing a Nazi uniform. This is a photograph Ron put together in a costume he thought was “funny”—not unlike other recent examples of bad taste.
Ron believed it was a “good joke.” Right. So was saying “life was good” while he was living with his namesake—at the very time that namesake, Ronnie, was arrested for solicitation of prostitution as part of an FBI sting. http://www.ronmiscavigebook.com/articles/ronald-t-miscaviges-cover-up-fraudulent-memoir.html
The real Ron Miscavige isn’t the sanitized cuddly old man he portrays. No. He’s a self-admitted wife-beater who beat his former wife more than 120 times.
He’s an angry anti-Semite full of hate, a religiously intolerant man, who hates his family because he can no longer monetize their love and care.
Since Ron could never maintain ethical behavior on his own, his younger son did everything he could to put him in a good place where he could live out his life in peace. That’s how Ron got the money to buy the house he lives in today, mortgage free. But even then, Ron showed he couldn’t be trusted to behave.
It is no surprise he estranged himself from his family—and lies about it to this day. Who would want to be in the presence of L’odeur de Ron while he stinks up the world with his lies? Only a bunch of misfits, degenerates, cowards and liars.