See Mike Rinder on NBC Rock Center

A preview of tonight’s Rock Center on NBC features Mike Rinder, see Ex-Scientology Spokesman on Rock Center.

Amazing how much better he looks fourteen years after appearing on NBC Dateline under the suppresvision of David Miscavige (footage included in preview).  Reversal of the aging process, or proof that effectively dealing with suppression gives a new lease on life?

Tune in tonight and learn all about Disconnection from someone who knows a little something about it.


197 responses to “See Mike Rinder on NBC Rock Center

  1. Great job, Marty and Mike! And to think that viewers are only seeing the tip of the iceberg. A look at Google news today shows there has likely been some serious clicking away by the DM automatons in order to get positive stories to the top of search results. Understandable, but quite lame.

  2. I’m not, nor have I ever been, a Scientologist, but I wanted to let you know that I follow your blog and I’m reading your book now, and I greatly appreciate the information and the help that you provide for your members and for the people who are trying to escape the ‘organization’. May you be blessed.

  3. Darn good show. I give credit to the anchors for stating that even up to one hour before airing they still received letters begging them not to air it. I remember when we had to write letters to the UK channel who did Sweeny’s show years ago. We were so duped. Now I feel stupid for writing the letters to try to get stations not to air “entheta…!” It was actually the truth.

    So thank you Marty, Mike and Janelle for shedding more disinfecting light. And to NBC for going ahead and doing what they do. There is sooooo much more where that came from. A whole season of TV if anyone wants it! :)

  4. After watching Rock Center, I had nightmares about the Scientology goons. The former Scientologists were very believable. The photographer who quit the “documentary” of the Squirrel Busters antagonizing Marty was also very believable. The fact that the Scientologists and Cruise’s lawyers tried to influence Rock Center to not broadcast the piece adds even more credence to the expose. It is horrifying that this type of behavior is going on in our country. Freedom of religion does not give anyone the right to impose on the rights of others. I can only imagine the abuse that Katie endured under the guise of devotion to this “religion.” Thank goodness that the former Scientologists have the wherewithal to speak out.

  5. Hey. I don’t have cable so I missed this program. Is there any other way to see it?

    • This is just a thought, but you might be able to see a replay on the NBC homepage. Some networks allow you to view online a program that you’ve missed.

  6. Great interview Mike!

    Of course any Scientologists watching it will know it is all too true. Then they will have to listen to the Church Management lie and deny. What does this communicate to them? That YOU are telling the truth and being honest and the Church is blatantly lying on national television. This is how / why people come into the Independent Movement.

  7. Just saw the video. Sensational job, M&M. It’s nice to see that NBC wasn’t cowered into delaying or cancelling the program. Marty, your final answer – the question – was perfect. The church is shown to be lying.

  8. I’ve been on the receiving end of some pretty nasty abuse from a person I later discovered was actually a scientologist … He scared the living crap out of me . Then I found out about his beliefs …

    I don’t some research and the tide soon turned .
    Thankfully he is perfectly quite ..

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