Check out the US government’s new whales: Feshbachs go Diamond Meritorious for the IRS!

Karen#1

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Monday we told you about Scientology’s newest million-dollar donors, Shawn and Colleen May, who had given at least $1 million toward leader David Miscavige’s “Ideal Org” program.

But we don’t want to leave out the US government’s own lavish new donation, courtesy of Scientology’s most stubborn couple, Matt and Kathy Feshbach, who last month attained Diamond Meritorious with a generous gift to the IRS!

If you don’t understand what we’re jabbering on about, we’re talking about a somewhat legendary Scientology couple who found themselves in hot water with the US Courts over an unpaid tax bill.

Matt Feshbach is one of the storied Feshbach brothers, who made a killing in the late 1980s shorting stocks and gambling on the demise of corporations. He was the first person ever to give a million dollars in a single donation to Scientology, and to reward him leader David Miscavige allowed Matt to experience the “Super Power” rundowns about 20 years before anyone else did.


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Karen#1

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Rules are for thee
Not for me
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Miscavige has, in the past had psychotic rages if an auditor or staff member received a gift from public.
This was deemed as an UNUSUAL FAVOR which could lead to an EXTERNAL INLFLUENCE.
But Miscavige has no problem making the Feshbach brothers make GOBS of money for HIM.

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Second, Miscavige invested his own money with the Feshbachs – money the Feshbachs dutifully and not-so-honestly converted into hundreds of thousands of dollars for Miscavige. Miscavige cleverly influenced several high-level members of the Scientology hierarchy to do the same, so as to avoid any internal flack over his corrupt activities. The people so corrupted included the then-Inspector General of the church (Greg Wilhere, whose first duty was to stamp out any such unethical dealings), the church’s highest scriptural authority (Ray Mithoff, at the time the Inspector General for Technology, and now Senior Case Supervisor International), and international Scientology’s highest-level manager (Watchdog Committee Chairman, Marc Yager).

In order to impress and bond with his then-newly-recruited Scientologist superstar, Tom Cruise, Miscavige encouraged him to also invest with the quick-buck brothers. With the highest officers of the hierarchy and Scientology’s most bankable star all investing with the Feshbachs, many lesser names in Scientology followed suit…

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Karen#1

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Rules are for THEE
NOT for me.
It was deemed a HIGH CRIME for a staff member or Sea Org member to receive a gift from Public.
This was considered an UNUSUAL FAVOR leading to EXTERNAL INFLUENCE.
Example was on Christmas day Sea Org auditor Peter Cook received a stereo system from Mission Holder
Martin Samuels. (RIP)
Miscavige reportedly went ballistic.
Peter Cook did not ask for anything. He was given it as a gift.
Miscavige had him sent to RPF's RPF for an elongated period of time.
(We were all sec checked (Interrogated) vigorously to find out if we also had the crime of receiving a gift.)

YET..

Miscavige himself has no problem feathering his nest by the UNUSUAL FAVOR of having the Feshbach's make money for him.
Hundreds of thousands of dollars.


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It began in the 1980s shortly after the passing away of L. Ron Hubbard. And it started with the family that has subsequently been promoted into unofficial royalty in the Scientology community, the Feshbach brothers, Joe, Matt and Kurt. The three were infamous stock market short-sell specialists during the era when glorification of greed was hip in America. “Short-selling” is betting, via the stock market, that a company will fail, and then profiting handsomely when it does. As the Feshbachs’ fortunes, amassed during the late ’80s, became almost legendary, the post-LRH pope of Scientology, David Miscavige did two things to wed Scientology with them.


First, Miscavige directed that the Feshbachs’ success in making money for nothing, and even assisting in the downfall of American businesses, become the primary publicized “success” story for Scientology. For years, Scientology Inc.’s marketing and public-relations units tirelessly churned out advertising, press releases and publications connecting the Feshbachs’ success to their involvement in Scientology.

Second, Miscavige invested his own money with the Feshbachs – money the Feshbachs dutifully and not-so-honestly converted into hundreds of thousands of dollars for Miscavige. Miscavige cleverly influenced several high-level members of the Scientology hierarchy to do the same, so as to avoid any internal flack over his corrupt activities. The people so corrupted included the then-Inspector General of the church (Greg Wilhere, whose first duty was to stamp out any such unethical dealings), the church’s highest scriptural authority (Ray Mithoff, at the time the Inspector General for Technology, and now Senior Case Supervisor International), and international Scientology’s highest-level manager (Watchdog Committee Chairman, Marc Yager).

In order to impress and bond with his then-newly-recruited Scientologist superstar, Tom Cruise, Miscavige encouraged him to also invest with the quick-buck brothers. With the highest officers of the hierarchy and Scientology’s most bankable star all investing with the Feshbachs, many lesser names in Scientology followed suit…
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