Comments:New book Blown for Good reveals details inside Scientology headquarters

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It's a book, not fact!Edit

I am a Scientologist, to stop anyone having to guess. It seems to me that this guy is bitter and twisted. I have met David Miscavige, briefly and he seemed kind and considerate to me. Friends of mine grew up with him and they think he's one of the nicest and hardest-working people they know. Frankly, the idea of a musical chairs game deciding who gets posted where is completely off Scientology policy and anyone who believes that it would be done at management level needs their head read.(That's not secret Scientology code for anything, just the normal figure of speech.) The thing people don't get about Scientologists is that they're working 100 hour weeks getting people off drugs, improving literacy, helping them with their businesses and repairing lives and marriages. They don't have time for the trivial crap that "ex-Scientologists" sometimes accuse them of. Scientologists are taking responsibility for the state of the whole planet - someone has to and I'm tipping it's not going to be that guy. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Moops204 (talkcontribs)