Miscavige described Anonymous as a group of “mask-wearing subversive and anarchistic internet denizens,” The Register reports. Big words for a man who heads an organization some consider a hate group at best and a fraudulent business enterprise marketing quackery under the guise of religion.
Miscavige’s declaration brings to mind former President George Bush’s early declaration that the War in Iraq was won days after the capture of Baghdad, says The Register
WhyWeProtest (WWP), run by the anti-Scientology part of Anonymous, maintains a portal explaining its aims and objectives here.
Incidentally, if you do decide to hand over your money and your mind, here’s a buyer beware: you may also be forced to lose your family and friends. Here is how Miscavige’s niece described that horrendous side of Scientology.
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As for David Miscavige, see The Truth Rundown. In that series of special reports the St. Peterburg Times highlights the alleged abusive behavior of current Scientology leader David Miscavige, as well as other criticism leveled at Scientology by a number of high-level defectors.