That is great Oerlikon I particularly liked the following line. It seems when cults are unsuccessful with one type of worldview or logic they use another. Denial doesn't work when someone shows you direct evidence so he resorted to say it was a confidential matter. How can a private matter be written in a book that is published and sold to the public? This is an interesting yet disturbing aspect of cult behaviour that I have not read about but have witnessed.
When Baca began reading from a book written by Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard that mentions the Xenu story, Davis became defensive, admitting that the story is indeed authentic, but confidential. He then accused Nathan Baca of religious hate, saying that a non-Scientologist asking about Scientology's core beliefs is an "offensive concept", and that Baca was "just forwarding an agenda of hate."
He's been there before, had long tenures there in fact.
[encyclopediadramatica.com] For the last several months Tommy has been a resident of Scientology's RPF, a gay mens' bathhouse and spa for the rehabilitation of sexual libidos towards young boys and men. Recently, Tommy was sprung from the RPF to handle Anonymous and Chanology, David Miscavige should really have known that all he should expect was epic fail so great that Tommy would put onto motivational posters and attempted to be forced as a meme by moralfags within two hours of the interview airing, as enturbulation users decided that they finally had a reason to leave their hugbox forum and /b/oldy /b/ound into the /b/ordello that is /b/.
That would be significant if it was a result of the John Sweeney investigation. This guy might end up being the biggest anti-Scientology person around some day if that is true. People tend to get upset when they get punished for being fanatical for their cause.