posted on Jun, 5 2007 @ 06:55 AM
Oh my -- I shall do my best to clear things up, even though I don't yet have the benefit of my full does of morning caffeine.
Originally posted by theindependentjournal
Does old school also buy into the Urantia crap?
Mister Old School "buys into" some degree of the crap. The cult, at best, is a neo-new-age precursor to Scientology with foundational concepts that
were interesting "back then", but laughable now. My issue is not with Nico "Conspiracy Fakery" Haupt's sensationally wrong information that
Urantia was created as a psychological operation, but that anyone
of average intelligence (or better) would follow such rubbish.
There is, however, anecdotal rumblings of this and other cults finding their way into the so-called Truth Movement. But it should be clear to anyone
who engages in even a modest investigation that it's not out of any attempt to control the movement, but one or both of two things -- 1) gatherings
of like-minded gullible people will have a certain higher percentage of cults that prey on the gullible, or 2) gatherings of like-minded gullible
people will be a perfect recruitment opportunity for cults that prey on the gullible.
I more than ever side with NICO, GO NICO GO... YOU ARE THE MAN!!!!!
There is an important history with Nico "Conspiracy Fakery" Haupt prior to the video you enjoyed, and is the source of rage of those you observed
having an angry reaction. For weeks leading up to this event, Nico was placing several highly vulgar printed posters in the foyer and other areas of
their meeting place. They contained a series of false claims, accusations, and lies that were combined with offensive imagery. Will you still say "Go
Nico, Go" when you realize these were in the foyer of a community church?
From the beginning of his involvement with New York 9/11 Truth, Nico "Conspiracy Fakery" Haupt's efforts have focused on discrediting the
leadership through insulting vulgarity-laced tirades, website postings, and material as described above. His actions have clearly been focused on
disrupting the local group and discrediting 9/11 conspiracies through "theories" that are focused on the most outlandish and easily discredited
notions. And if you dare disagree with him, he shouts vulgarities intertwined with accusations of shill, disinformation, agent, narc, and perp.