Want To Know How Scientologists Really Feel? Yahoo’s Taryn Ryder Says: Ask an Anti-Scientologist

If Yahoo’s Taryn Ryder wants to know where to get the best blueberry pie, she will consult someone with a violent berry allergy.

If she wants to absorb the wisdom of Judaism, she will call her neighborhood Nazi.

If she’d like some info on the civil rights movement, she’ll check out the KKK.

And if she wants to know how Scientologists really feel about something, she rings up Leah Remini.

According to Ryder, Remini is the go-to girl for the up-to-date skinny on how her ex-fellow Scientologists are thinking, feeling, opining. Ryder doesn’t know how she does it, but Remini somehow has her finger on our pulse.

Leah Remini
Leah Remini

Forget that she hasn’t spoken to a Scientologist for years, nor has she had anything to do with our religion besides bashing it and fomenting violence against its members—she is the authority on all things Scientology.

If she wants to absorb the wisdom of Judaism, she will call her neighborhood Nazi.

If I want someone’s opinions on “whether or not Scientologists believe in the pandemic,” I need go no further than my own house. I have three close relatives who tested positive for Covid, and a fourth, a medical professional, consults the teams who are working on a cure for the virus while Leah Remini spreads her own pestilence of hate. Covid, to me and my friends, is as real as a tired King of Queens rerun.

The Church of Scientology is at the forefront, educating communities on wellness in the face of the pandemic, reaching into underserved neighborhoods in my own state of Florida with food and sanitization—showing people how to stay safe and healthy. In South Africa and other parts of the world, the Church has partnered with local and federal authorities, disinfecting, educating, giving, and then disinfecting, educating and giving again.

I am very proud of my Church for doing its part to make the world a safer place for everyone. Even Leah Remini.

Martin Landon
Martin Landon is happy to say that at present he is not doing anything he doesn’t love. Using Scientology, he helps people daily, both one-on-one through life coaching, and globally, through his webinars. He has also authored books, movies, plays, TV shows, and comic strips and currently writes for STAND, which gives him great joy.