It is increasingly obvious that Marty Rathbun is not quite right in the head. Rathbun’s recent string of rants are entirely erratic and chaotic, leading one to wonder how being landlocked has affected his attitude and his mind.
Rathbun is playing to his audience of ex-scientologists, feeling out what they are looking for in one post and then putting his answer in the next. His personal philosophy jumps around, from side to side depending on whatever viewpoint is more benficial for him on that day.
At any rate, grandiosity has long been one of Rathbun’s character traits – or character defects – and Rathbun’s latest postings are proof positive of that.
A few Simple things to consider about Mark marty Rathbun
Rathbun is paranoid and sees spies amongst his followers. Yet, he always brags about how he has spies inside Scientology churches.
Rathbun lies, tells stories that never happened and spins stories so that he is never to blame for anything.
Rathbun’s friends must agree with his views in order to remain in his inner circle.
He has a long history of violence first of all. Second, he has committed perjury (multiple times).
Marty Rathbun got arrested during his honeymoon, for being too drunk.
The list goes on, but someone should start considering that Rathbun might be mentally disturbed due to the amount of electroshock he received while in his mother’s womb.
Marin County Coroner’s Autopsy Pathology Report: Patricia Lois Rathbun was thirty-five years old mother of three who had been hospitalized for psychiatric disorder several times.
Office of the Sheriff, Marin County, San Rafael, California, Crime Report: “The husband states that his wife had been released from the Ross Hospital 2 or 3 weeks ago and has had a series of nervous breakdowns that last six years. The husband stated she had been a very disturbed person.”
There is plenty of proof that Rathbun has inherited his mother’s psychological problems.
Rathbun’s first brush with electrifying violence came before his birth. Marty Rathbun was born in San Rafael, California on January 9, 1957,
While his mother was pregnant with him, she and he were institutionalized and received drug and electric shock treatment.
“In 2007, researchers of Maine Medical Center performed a study as to whether electroshock is safe during pregnancy. The result? The scientists found that, in one pregnant woman, electroshock caused brain damage to the baby.” American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists