Scientology has a habit of trying to gain credibility by aligning themselves with legitimate organizations and causes, making it seem they are part of it. They are imposters, seeking to gain goodwill or some other advantage by preying on the good name of others.
Recently my daughter, Taryn Teutsch, has been attempting to inveigle herself into the #MeToo movement with crazy and false claims that I am a “wife-beater” — and after it was pointed out that “wife-beating” isn’t what that movement is about, she then began claiming I “raped” my ex-wife. Odd this allegation only just surfaced, 11 years after I left the Sea Org and my ex-wife. If this had been true, you can bet scientology would have been yelling it from the rooftops years ago.
But that is not the subject of this post.
Scientology is now aligning itself with military heroes. This is disgusting. The only thing they do for veterans is seek to deny them mental health care.
Wonder how many of the Sea Org members who are putting this event together will show up in their Sea Org uniforms with fake service medals? Can you imagine how that would be received by any of the wounded veterans who are suckered into attending this event?
Shortly we will see the staged photos that are “proof” of how scientology is an important part of the Veteran’s Community.