Now it can be revealed: Scientology’s attorney Monique Yingling is the love child of L. Ron Hubbard and Leona Helmsley. Now it all makes sense. Now we know why Monique is the way she is. Monique has all the genius and treachery of L. Ron Hubbard and all the class and elegance of Leona Helmsley.
But the real question: Does Monique work for COB or does COB work for Monique? Some SP’s these days say that Monique Yingling secretly runs all of Scientology and calls the shots. One wonders because COB RTC Mr. David Miscavige dropped out of high school at age 16 while Monique’s education is stellar: Vassar College (A.B., cum laude, 1973); University of Tennessee (J.D., 1977); Georgetown University Law Center (L.L.M. in Taxation, 1984).
Who actually runs Scientology? While Scientologists are credulous enough to believe that the entire agonized future of every man, woman, and child on this planet is in the hands of an ill-tempered, violent, and narcissistic high school drop out who wears a fake Navy uniform, others feel that this stable datum cannot be true.
The skeptics tend to think that Washington DC lawyer Monique Yingling secretly runs Scientology. After all, Monique Yingling is now the international spokesperson for Scientology and, more importantly, she was the chief architect of Scientology’s 1993 tax exemption.
And this secret: At the very top of Scientology is the secret Church of Spiritual Technology (CST). And at the very top of CST are three non-Scientology tax lawyers. Monique Yingling is a Trustee of CST and one of three tax lawyers in whose hands the very fate of Scientology was ultimately placed by the Founder.
Per CST founding documents there must always be three tax lawyers at the top of Scientology to protect Scientology’s tax exemption. These three tax lawyers can, for a nominal sum of money, revoke RTC’s licenses and therefore collapse the Church of Scientology International (CSI), for CSI is a licensee of RTC.
“Will you and your fellow CST Trustees act to ‘Save Scientology‘ or will the present farce continue?” asked journalist Don Harrison in one of his more piquant questions to Monique Yingling.