The Top 25 People Crippling Scientology, No. 4: Tom Cruise

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On August 5, we started a countdown that will give credit -- or blame -- to the people who have contributed most to the sad current state of Scientology. From its greatest expansion in the 1980s, the church is a shell of what it once was and is mired in countless controversies around the world. Some of that was self-inflicted, and some of it has come from outside. Join us now as we continue on our investigation of those people most responsible...



The Top 25 People Crippling Scientology

#4: Tom Cruise


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In 2005, actor Tom Cruise fell in love. Like, hopelessly, famously, insanely in love. We know this because he expressed himself by jumping on furniture to show just how crazy in love he was with Katie Holmes.

You remember. It was an arresting moment. Why? Well, for a short time at least, this top-of-the-heap super-celebrity seemed to be coming apart at the seams.

He was jumping on Oprah's couch about Katie, but then, he was also getting into a strange debate about psych drugs with Matt Lauer, practically daring this country's mainstream media to debate him about his Scientology beliefs.

Even at the time, those of us in the Scientology watching community knew this was a huge moment.

For decades, celebrities like Cruise had made the mysterious church seem more intriguing, but it was something that the celebrities themselves seemed reluctant to discuss. Now, suddenly, Scientology was fair game.

If Tom's 2005 freakout opened a window onto Scientology, three years later, a 9-minute video of the actor really tore down the gates. The video had actually been made for a 2004 Scientology event in which Cruise was awarded the coveted International Association of Scientologists' Freedom Medal of Valor. If you've seen such events, you know that church leader David Miscavige likes to have video segments to show the audience. In this case, that took the form of a video interview with Tom which was clearly intended to pump up the audience with what a gung-ho, hardcore Scientologist he is.

But out of context, and shown to non-Scientologists, Tom's performance is simply bizarre.

Recently, for the first time, in this very countdown ex-Scientologist Patty Moher revealed that she was one of the people responsible for getting that video out to the world. Mark Bunker was another key part of that operation, as was Xenubarb. But after the video made it to YouTube, it was yanked down as Scientology tried to stuff a genie back in a bottle. Journalist Mark Ebner, however, delivered a copy of the video to Gawker's Nick Denton, and Denton would not back down to Scientology's threats as the video became a monster traffic success for the website.

But there's more to the reason Tom Cruise is on this list than his weird behavior on Oprah or the strange things he says on the IAS video.

As Amy Scobee explained recently to Mark Bunker for his upcoming documentary, Knowledge Report, that video had a very different effect on longtime, hardcore members of Scientology (which Scobee was at the time the video was first shown, in 2004).

Scobee described how hard it was to understand why Miscavige was treating Cruise, a pampered celebrity, like he was the ultimate, most loyal, and most effective example of a Scientologist. That felt like a slap in the face, she explained, to longtime executives who had not been pampered, who had endured years of meager pay, spartan conditions, and seemingly endless emergency orders. After all that hard work, it's a movie star who turns out to be the best example of a church member?

But Cruise seemed to relish that role. And that's what in part is so extremely strange about the man. There are other Scientologist celebrities who are gung-ho for the church, and who aren't afraid to speak out (a particularly humorless and unhinged actress comes to mind, but I'm not going to name her or she'll think she made the countdown). But Cruise is the only one who actually gives the appearance that, on some level at least, he's actually helping to run the everloving enterprise with his diminutive motorcycle buddy, Miscavige.

I think that sense has actually seeped into the larger culture, as well. If a certain Grease star, especially after the death of his son, seems more and more a pathetic victim, and if other celebrities, like an actress whose weight yo-yos, just seem clueless, Cruise actually has begun to scare people with how much he and Miscavige are joined at the hip.

I thought something Jane Lynch said the other night while she hosted the Emmy Awards was particularly telling:

"Katie Holmes is in the audience. I'd love to say something funny about her but I'm scared of her husband."

Was there even a single person watching who didn't get the implication of that joke? And that, to me, is about the best evidence you're going to get that Tom Cruise -- with his front-row cheering of David Miscavige, with his custom bike fashioned by penniless Sea Org members, and his willingness to, however briefly, become the aggressive, argumentative face for Scientology -- has badly damaged a brand that already had a creepy vibe.

But don't take it just from me. I asked Mark Bunker for his thoughts on the actor, and also Mark Ebner. First, some words from Wise Beard Man:

I like Tom Cruise. I'm a fan. I've been defending him far longer than I've been a critic of Scientology. He's a big, old fashioned movie star and I'm a big, old fashioned movie lover. I see no reason to stop liking the guy just because I don't like the organization he supports. So how do I feel about his career having been possibly harmed by the infamous Scientology tape which I had a hand in releasing to the net? Well, I'm OK with it. I'm not happy about it. I mean, I'm not a schmuck. But I take Cruise at his word that he loves Scientology. And I know Scientology loves Cruise. I think both parties should be proud of the tape and should want it to be seen. And now it is.

With Scientology crumbling, it is possible we actually may see Cruise leave Scientology someday. I think it would be good for him. He feels Scientology has helped his career but Tom Cruise is Tom Cruise because he's Tom Cruise. He has a charisma that comes through on film. He has star power. That's not something Scientology gave him. If they could do that, then everyone at the Celebrity Center would be a Tom Cruise megastar. Yes, even Frank Stallone. Tom Cruise doesn't need Scientology but Scientology desperately needs to hold on to Tom Cruise.

As I said, I also made the (journalistically questionable) decision to ask Mark Ebner to write up something on Cruise. Naturally, he sent over something very Ebneresque. You have been forewarned.

I've been making a cottage industry out of exposing Scientology since my Spy magazine story dropped in '96, and still, the number one question I get to this day is, "Is Tom Cruise Gay?" I really don't know, but his workout buddy (Scientology boss) David Miscavige tells me Tom's dick tastes like shit. I jest. Will Smith told me that. I kid. It was Travolta. Just joking. Ask his former wife Mimi Rogers, who, while discussing their split with Playboy in '93, said, ''Tom was seriously thinking of becoming a monk...he thought he had to be celibate to maintain the purity of his instrument.'' Her own instrument, she complained, ''needed tuning.''

I don't really care if Cruise gobbles knob. In fact, I championed his he-manlihood in Hollywood, Interrupted by referring to him as "the heterosexual Tom Cruise" no less than a dozen times. Still, if Cruise really did come out of the closet as urged in the Emmy-nominated "Trapped In The Closet" episode of South Park I consulted on, he'd really be my hero. Instead, I just think he's an asshole for constantly, shamelessly shilling for the criminal mind control cult of Scientology and their various front groups.

Marty Rathbun recently revealed that in 2003 the movie star plotted with former President Bill Clinton to lobby Tony Blair for tax breaks in the UK.

Not long after the 9-11 tragedy, Cruise landed like a vulture on Ground Zero to promote his New York Rescue Workers Detoxification Project urging first responders to eschew traditional medicine in favor of his hero Hubbard's sham of a "purification" program.

The actor also tried to convert the cast and crew of War of The Worlds by bringing Scientology "ministers" onto the set, and as part of his "get 'em while they're young" campaign, convinced his pal Will Smith to open a Scientology-based elementary school in California.

So yeah, I think Cruise is a prick, but I still wouldn't fuck him with yours. Me? I may be glib, but as I write this I'm beginning to feel bad about the name-calling. I mean, it's kind of like picking on a retard, because Tom Cruise, as evidenced by the infamous Tom Cruise "crazy tape" that I delivered to a giddy Nick Denton of Gawker in January of '08, is, for all appearances, batshit insane. Cruise's maniacal giggling and gibberish-spewing on that tape transcends the kind of crazy evidenced by his couch-jumping episode on Oprah, and if I had a dollar for every hit (3 million and counting) Gawker got off the video I gave them for fun and for free, I'd be a wealthy man. Who's crazy now?


Thank you, Ebner. Thank you very much. I really can't think of anything to add after that onslaught, so I'll just finish with a plea directed to the Mission Impossible man himself.

Tom, you can leave. Just do it, pardner.


The Top 25 People Crippling Scientology
#1: L. Ron Hubbard
#2: David Miscavige
#3: Marty Rathbun
#4: Tom Cruise
#5: Joe Childs and Tom Tobin
#6: Anonymous
#7: Mark Bunker
#8: Mike Rinder
#9: Jason Beghe
#10: Lisa McPherson
#11: Nick Xenophon (and other public servants)
#12: Tommy Davis (and other hapless church executives)
#13: Janet Reitman (and other journalists)
#14: Tory Christman (and other noisy ex-Scientologists)
#15: Andreas Heldal-Lund (and other old time church critics)
#16: Marc and Claire Headley, escapees of the church's HQ
#17: Jefferson Hawkins, the man behind the TV volcano
#18: Amy Scobee, former Sea Org executive
#19: The Squirrel Busters (and the church's other thugs and goons)
#20: Trey Parker and Matt Stone (and other media figures)
#21: Kendrick Moxon, attorney for the church
#22: Jamie DeWolf (and other L. Ron Hubbard family members)
#23: Ken Dandar (and other attorneys who litigate against the church)
#24: David Touretzky (and other academics)
#25: Xenu, galactic overlord


Tony Ortega is the editor-in-chief of The Village Voice. Since 1995, he's been writing about Scientology at several publications.

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Saje Williams
Saje Williams

Tom Cruise has Charisma?  ROFL.  He's really good at playing Tom Cruise, but I'm not sure that's the same thing.

Awake
Awake

Make your voice count and sign this petition to investigate scientology's fraud & abuses http://wh.gov/4Os

AlwaysCoco
AlwaysCoco

We're missing the Big picture...TC and David are soul mates ( U know Soul Mates?!!) Let's concentrate on saving the beard, Katie and the child! Ebner, I bow to u my friend!

Torychristman
Torychristman

Excellent!!! On my list Anonymous was 4, Tom Cruise 3, Davey boy 2, and L Ron Hubbard #1...as had he not written his abusive policies, we wouldn't have this list, eh? However...I'm happy Tommy boy IS on the list, as no question...he IS responsible for showing the world what a Scientology "OT" Celebrity actually sounds like, on the "inside". Way to go, Tommy boy!!!

Scientologee
Scientologee

Here is why the celebs rarely leave: culties are made to produce OW's...which is like a write up of bad things you have done in your life. Bad things, bad thoughts, etc. You are made to write up EVERY SINGLE ONE, even if it takes months. There are folders 10 feet thick on some people, that the 'church' uses to defame blown members. That is why Cruise will never leave, or Travolta.

Marcotai
Marcotai

Interviewer; "Who are you?"

Tom; " I'm a Scientologist"

Interviewer: "No...I mean who you really are?"

Tom: " I told you, I'm a Scientologist!"

The rest of the comments in here are just dictated by ENVY toward Tom Cruise and HATRED toward his Religion.Nothing else, nothing more. Period.

johnny d
johnny d

But, Scientology works and it helps people !!

Chuck Beatty
Chuck Beatty

Great points!   When I was in the rank and file Sea Org (Scientology's lifer religious order staff) I lamented so much attention on the "celebs" but it was the one sector (Watchdog Committee is divided into about a dozen sectors) that has been "effective" over the years, with its ups and downs, but I realized that is because of society's own personality, the need to look up to "role models" which celebs provide.  

Scientology's use of celebs is a sociological fault every group that uses celebs falls for.   

Celebs could/can fake "results" and mouth public testimonials about Hubbard's pseudo-therapy, better than average people.

Cruise simplified things for Miscavige.

Cruise is a number 1 guy, who the number 1 guy in Scientology can devote his valuable time to.

Andrew Morton's book is well worth a read or re-read,

The best TV documentary done on Cruise I think is by Paul Degeneve the French TV show producer. It's on YouTube, and has the Rhona Barret interview clips from Cruise's early interviews.

(Your series on Scientology needs to be put in a book or standalone site, for future researchers, thanks again for covering it all! You've hit a lot of details just NOT included anywhere else publicly, THANKYOU!)

Endscientologynow
Endscientologynow

Tony, you did not give explicit evidence to why he's one that 'Crippling Scientology'.  Implicitly, yes, he's done more to attract stinging bees to the flower.

When I had a Ph.D. Scientist member of my direct family (not the M.D. Psychiatry member, which is another story) watch the Pooks-leeked video in 2008 and tell me, "is this Cruise individual really that stupid?"  I knew that my suspicions about Scientology as a potential cult were justified.

So, that statement started a dialogue in which I asked questions.  Questions that involved a 30 minute discussion about beliefs and the meaning of a destructive cult.  My own personal revelations from that conversation justify Tom Cruise's place on your list, but your write-up lacks evidence for his placement.  Ebner's narrative has impact but it is very subjective.

I think that your write-up is acceptable, but lacks the objective impact.

My two cents.

Bruno S
Bruno S

Stop swallowing...um...this nonsense, Tom.

Bruno S
Bruno S

Stop swallowing...um...this nonsense, Tom.

SethRG9
SethRG9

I'd love to hear what Cruise's favorite scientology book is... what means the most to him?  

candace6
candace6

I'll bet none of you would say these horrible things to Tommy's face.  Or anywhere in his vicinty.You're all glib.

Dorothy
Dorothy

Dear Tom,

You had me at "Xenu"

Mia
Mia

Anyone who is against the destructive cult of Scientology should boycott all movies and TV shows that  star Tom Cruise, John Travolta, Kirstie Alley, Will Smith,  etc. We should also boycott any product they endorse. Their money helps Scientology ruin people's lives.Spread the word!!

Is this battletoads?
Is this battletoads?

I read on  another site that when Tom Cruise swaggers into a scilon base or org they have a script or protocol,staff and members behave and speak a certain way and he is shielded from anything negative.Is any of this true or does he see it warts and all?

JustCallMeMary
JustCallMeMary

I cringed when I read  'Scientology's Big Gay Problem' on the Morton Report. It should be titled " Skip Press's Big Gossip Problem" because that's all it really is.   mjm, studios determine with the director/producers where a wrap party will be, not the actors, especially unknown actors like Tom Cruise was when the filming of Risky Business ended. He only became famous and worth some clout after the movie came out and made him famous. For people who don't know what a wrap party is, it's a big party held after the filming of a money is completed.

robinlandseadel
robinlandseadel

Marcotai: "Misspelled Gibberish."

Everybody Else: "What?"

Repeat.

Seriously, PastaBoy, you have no Idea how stupid you sound. Who are you, other than an apologist for a criminal enterprise?

TheEvilofScientology
TheEvilofScientology

Marco, the "interviewer" asked WHO are you, not WHAT are you.

Please stop being as thick as pigshit. Your stupidity is really starting to hurt me now. :)

Old OT7
Old OT7

Envy?  Don't think so.  Let's talk about OT3.  I'm an OT3 completion.  Are you?  And if not, would you like to hear about it?

Mad Dog
Mad Dog

Looks like marco polo ran out of copypasta.  Quick, run to the OSA store and get some more- I hear it'll only cost you your soul... 

William Burke
William Burke

---------------------------------------Interviewer; "Who are you?"

Tom; " I'm a Scientologist"

Interviewer: "No...I mean who you really are?"

Tom: " I told you, I'm a Scientologist!"---------------------------------------That's sad, but true of most Scientologists.  They have no sense of self but only that they are "one unit in Scientology".  Their worth is determined only by what they contribute to the group. Their status is determined by the church.  If they are kicked out, they have "lost everything".

veritas
veritas

As usual, you are too late to the conversation and too deluded to comment with anything AUTHENTIC

Is this battletoads?
Is this battletoads?

Marcotia,when a man goes on public record saying he and his group are the experts on the mind and are mankinds only hope(which is a joke in itself),then proceeds to jump on couches and act like an unhinged lunatic you cant help but point out the obvious.Cruise is an insane dwarf that is helping to make your already tarnished public image worse.ENVY and HATRED dont even come into it.I wonder if your opinions of TC will change if he ever leaves your looney cult.

bulldogSP
bulldogSP

Marcotai, I don't *ENVY* Tom Cruise because he's radioactive and bad for your health. Hell, I'm still glowing a ghostly yellow green from watching his last movie I had to take iodine pills just to survive.

Next he'll be telling us, he can microwave food with his fingers. *sigh*

Scientia
Scientia

Absolutes are unobtainable, Marcotai. Stop generalising and start applying Scientology. Just look. The Data Series will help you. Use it.

Sam
Sam

Hey Marcotai,

Why did an OT VIII kill herself after 4 days at Flag in 2006?

Thanks in advance for your help.

robinlandseadel
robinlandseadel

Scientology works at extracting money from people's pockets and it helps keep David Miscavige out of jail.

For the moment, anyway.

Guest
Guest

Scientology is very effective at separating currency from your bank account, and logic from your mental hygiene.

Clarkle
Clarkle

The video says it all.

Old OT7
Old OT7

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.  Oh, tears in my eyes and I can't stop laughing! 

Now that was some funny shit!  Oh, wait...you were serious???

MissCabbage
MissCabbage

We all would have a LOT to say to Tom Cruise, unlike the Co$ zombies.  Restrictions are imposed upon the captive slaves of $cientology!  Long live Xenu!

MarkStark
MarkStark

What would you say or do, if you could have an hour with Tom Cruise, and he agreed to listen to you about Scientology?

I would show him the Lisa M Trust video of Astra Woodcraft and her family, because I know he probably fantasizes that if he hadn't become an actor, he would have liked to work in the Sea Org. Astra was raised in a family with both parents who went to work for the cult, became a Sea Org member herself, and describes in a myriad of ways, how Scientology does not function as planned. Instead, it was a confining trap that robbed her of a childhood and the type of education a student of her caliber deserved. It is not the well-oiled theta-producing force Cruise thinks it is. That is an illusion. Instead, it is a PR machine and sales force.

If I could ask him one question, it might be: Tom, you say you know the history of psychiatry, why not read Janet Reitman's new book on the well-documented history of Scientology? Then after that, read Marc Headley's book.

If he balked, I'd say: "Come on Tom, Xenu, DC8 airplanes, 75 million years ago, traveling light years to prison planet Teegeeack!"

William Burke
William Burke

You think WAY too highly of Tom Cruise.  I'm sure the folks here would be GLAD to say these things directly to Tom.  Why not?

Yeppir
Yeppir

I am SO GLIB! It's so excellent. Who knew glib could feel so good?

I am now officially joking and degrading.

Yeppir
Yeppir

Already boycott them and try to get as many others as I can to do so, too.

redpill
redpill

I would say the majority of us already do this.

MarkStark
MarkStark

They put on a show for him every time he showed up, of appearing productive, purposeful, and content in their mission to save the planet. There would be no overlings shouting at underlings or RPFers in view covered in sewage, children moving rocks, workers sleeping under desks or whatever. They are also instructed not to stare at him or speak to him unless he speaks to them. I imagine that the latter is refreshing for him, since elsewhere he is used to being followed, stared at, and even spoken to by strangers, usually fans who just want to tell him how much they like his movies. Can you imagine how old that gets?

I'm sure it makes him powerful and important feeling, to know that any whim he expresses gets put into action. In turn, he is their leading light in saving the planet, one of the few who has access to the highest levels of power.

I wish some world leader would tell him he saw his video and laugh in his face one day.

JustCallMeMary
JustCallMeMary

Sorry ^^^^ was supposed to be in reply to mjm's comment above. Disqus is acting weird again and I was not able to sign in so I did so as guest but comment was not filed correctly under his comment. 

candace6
candace6

No silly.  It's a line from the video.  I think highly of many people, the Cruiser isn't one of 'em.

Old OT7
Old OT7

And doing one heck of great job too!  Carry on!

candace6
candace6

Me too, have for many years.

Mia
Mia

That's good to know.

William Burke
William Burke

Oops, sorry.  I need to go back and watch the video again.

Or maybe not. Ugh!

Hunter S. Dogs
Hunter S. Dogs

I enjoy his films when I can enjoy them. Sometimes his presence is too distracting though and I am taken out of the film. I am not boycotting.fgvbb

Old OT7
Old OT7

I do too.  There are probably, at least, 50 times more people out of the cult as are in.  There numbers are falling off a cliff.

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