And those aren't Scientologists, they're Miscavologists.
The real picture, depicting what we are supposed to believe IS WRONG WITH SCIENTOLOGY would be this:
However, it's not nearly as entertaining.
Now, I'm sure that some helpful Scientologist will come along with quotes from L. Ron Hubbard, founder, regarding how the wonderful subject of Scientology could be abused, and could be MIS-used.
(Sound in the background of outside-the-CofS-Scientologists scurrying about gathering LRH inspirational quotes.)
I think the choice of cover was quite clever on Marty's part.
It makes people laugh, and Marty will laugh with them, and as any vacuum cleaner salesman can tell you, that's an excellent way of getting in the door.
And, by the way, Fair Game was "cancelled in 1968," and what Fair Gaming occurred was because of bad people (SPs) that infiltrated Scientology, or aberrated people (banky or PTS) in Scientology, or people with misunderstood words in Scientology, and they MIS-used Scientology.
And I hate to tell you this but some people will believe that, or, at least, will be uncertain enough to go, "Well, maybe."
And, although the discussion already occurred months ago, this would barely qualify as Fair Game. It was not covert, it did not involve tricking, suing, lying to, or destroying: It was (for all practical purposes) a gift to Marty, and his (self described) "mission," delivered in broad daylight, on YouTube.
So, we'll see. Marty may yet screw it up, but I think he's started out, at least, by being fairly clever.