Jesse Prince and Dennis Erlich Weigh in on Mike Rinder, Aaron Smith Levin & the Aftermath Foundation

On Facebook, Jesse wrote:

As most ex Scn people know I disassociated myself from the anti Scn crowd completely. Every now and then I’d get interested in what is happening with Scientology in the courts of law and would default to Arron’s channel to get the most accurate and uncut version of what happened. I no longer consider Tony O a credible source as he has a vested interest to keep bullshit going so that he can be paid because it seems he can’t find a real job. Listen to this video to learn the latest news on the Aftermath Foundation created in part by Arron Smith Levin. Check out how Mike Rinder went full Miss Cabbage on Arron because he got out of line. Let this be a cautionary tale for anyone cozying up to a person who is unrepentant for what they did while in a position of power in the cult. Apparently Mike disinherited Arron from his own creation. Imagine that. What do you suckers for Mike Rinder have to say for yourselves now?

And Dennis answered him:

I haven’t been following this BS or Aaron, but from this video alone I can tell Aaron is a straight shooter. I find it hard to disagree with him about the bobble-headed crew controlling the anti-scn movement.

“Let this be a cautionary tale for anyone cozying up to a person who is unrepentant for what they did while in a position of power in the cult.”

The whole bobble-head phenomenon resembles cult-like, behavior to me. Rinder has lots of fans. (“Wiki: Etymology. Merriam-Webster, the Oxford dictionary and other sources define “fan” as a shortened version of the word fanatic. Fanatic itself, introduced into English around 1550, means “marked by excessive enthusiasm and often intense uncritical devotion”.)

I know Jesse and I are not fanatics of Mike Rinder. We may be the only ones not saying only positive things about him, right? If Aaron is accurate, clearly Mike has too much control and influence over the anti movement for it to be healthy.

Don’t know who these guys are?

That’s because the history of Scientology criticism has been revised for you.

A History of Scientology Criticism: Who Is Jesse Prince?

The History of Scientology Criticism: Who Is Dennis Erlich?

2 thoughts on “Jesse Prince and Dennis Erlich Weigh in on Mike Rinder, Aaron Smith Levin & the Aftermath Foundation”

  1. You hit the proverbial nail dead on the head. Mike Render tries to come across as a good guy but like you said, he has no remorse and the only person he is looking out for is himself. It’s hard to come up with a fitting name for a person capable of backstabbing the guy who raised money for your cancer treatment. Once a liar, always a liar, once a scorpion, always a scorpion. ’nuff said.

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  2. I have been studying and researching COS since 1996…when i witnessed Stacy Brooks get attacked viciously at a CAN conference Cleveland 1996…I was shook to my roots and traumatized further…So I went to get some help on recovery…I am forever indebted to the CAN…as at the time there was no help….and they so kindly donated the funds so i could go…

    It seems that AMF works eerily similar to the New CAN.. I don’t have a channel or blog Alanzo so maybe you can kindly post this on your channel…or blog or whatever just to get it out there…It seems there is a lot of history revisionism going on these days

    thanks so much for all you do

    https://culteducation.com/group/1284-scientology/23201-the-cult-awareness-network.html

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