David Miscavige fought so many battles to protect our right to a religion, which is everyone’s right. Kannon Feshbach
David Miscavige fought so many battles to protect our right to a religion, which is everyone’s right. And I think that that gets missed a lot. He’s saying: “This is not okay. You can’t discriminate against me, and you can’t discriminate against him or them or any other group.” And those fights have made a huge difference for all kinds of religions, and he is orchestrating standing up and saying, “No more.” You know, people have a right to their religion regardless of what it is.
He’s incredibly genuine and he’s incredibly real and I think that’s what would surprise people. I think some people might have the idea that he—because he’s the leader of a religion that he is set apart from others and he’s not. He is a funny, fun, you know, incredibly dynamic person who gets a lot done, while still being a very genuine and lighthearted person.
David Miscavige is the one who has, you know, taken LRH’s technology and taken responsibility to allow it to be seen by other people all across the world. Like, that’s how I feel about him.
I feel like he took the responsibility to take that technology that is proven to work and make it so it could be available to everyone across the world. Not just Scientologists, not just staff members. You know what I mean? And to me it was a huge responsibility. It has nothing to do with anything other than caring and, you know, being compassionate for Mankind.