posted on Oct, 26 2006 @ 07:22 AM
Neon has shown that when he had that tinfoil hat custom fitted to his pointed head, he forgot to keep track of his thinking cap.
1. Beginning with Simon, then adding SO, and finally Springer, three men (the closest of any two of them separated by 1500 miles, the other one you
have to hop a transatlantic), none of whom have any government agency ties, gradually formed a team of guys each with marvelous skill-sets to take a
little-bitty discussion forum (examples of which can be found all over the internet) on alternative topics and conspiracy theories to the position of
being the largest discussion forum in its genre.
2. How it got to that "spot" has myriad reasons and contributions from the 3 Amigos, BUT above all it was from a truly well-moderated board that
began to attract members of amazing accuity who wanted to participate in intelligent discussions on various topics. Unlike GLP, for instance,
they found on this board a multitude of alternative topic threads which were not populated with 14 posts in a row containing nothing but emoticons
that ranged from shooting the reader the bird, to mooning them. OR page after page of one-word posts calling the original poster a #tard or such.
Instead, they found a well-moderated board that allowed intelligent discussion and debate on the topics.
3. Enter "the lie" created by a group that has a set of unresolved accusations hanging over their heads that they a. misrepresented themselves as a
charitable organization, b. took monies under that misrepresentation, c. ran a lottery that they promised the winner would win a house from, and then
d. took the lottery money, but no lottery player has been disclosed to have won the house - and that's six years now. The lottery players who know
they didn't win the house are still calling for disclosure of whether, in fact, anyone won the house. At the same time that it appears NO ONE
won the house, the accused - who have these accusations of breaking numerous laws in the U.S. - up and leave for Europe curiously with plenty of money
to start a whole new life. For some reason, with the various accusations of violations of laws in the U.S. - this group has not been pursued by the
authorities of the U.S. even though it is alleged they took more than $100,000 from what is alleged to be a bogus lottery. Why? Why would this group
have this apparent "protection" or "hands-off" status by the U.S. government? And why - when this group has the appearance of being in some
unique position under U.S. law, would it then create a lie that targets the largest venue for open and intelligent discussion on topics that question
the official stories of the U.S. government on numerous topics? And the false accusations this group created were specifically to instill a doubt of
whether the largest venue allowing open and intelligent discussion of these topics was being manipulated by the government?
What better way to create DISINFORMATION than what has taken place? In studying the whole bent of the group spreading these lies I have to concede
that I have not found a better example of apparent COINTELPRO actions than the set of actions they have taken against this board!
So, Neon, are you a COINTELPRO? Are you in league with this apparent disinformation campaign to damage the largest venue the internet user can find
to discuss issues of paramount importance that are not openly and intelligently being debated at this level or on this scale anywhere else in the
Tell us, please.
[edit on 10-26-2006 by Valhall]