Monday, November 27, 2006

The Counter-Revolution Has Begun

I have been somewhat joking with the Trotsky, counter-revolution, and Animal Farm references, but as I have mentioned these people are beyond parody. Now Rick Siegel is claiming that attorney Alex Floum has taken over the "Scholars" website from Jim Fetzer, who just kicked out Steven Jones to prevent his takeover. In turn, Siegel accuses Floum of being some sort of government operative and spreading misinformation.

" In startling news the lawyer Alex Floum aka attorney@email.com, has taken Scholars for 911 Truth website founded by Professor James Fetzer. Floum has banned Fetzer from access by deleting his password and taken it on himself to
edit the site.

Alex Floum may be a stranger to you, but not to many others. This writer had personal experience more than a year ago with this guy as he interjected himself in a deal with 911eyewitness footage and Loose change blowing everything to the wind and creating a huge division among these researchers that has never repaired. Thanks for that one Alex.It has been shown that Alex works with government agencies in a law firm that deals with the attorn of intellectual rights and government contracts.

At the bottom here is the actual email sent to Jim Fetzer informing him that Floum aka attorney@email.com, has taken the liberty of editing Fetzer’s creation “doing what is best for all” in his myopic opinion.

He goes further to join with the organizations in trying to categorize this author with being a “no planer” when it is plain I encourage all research. This mis-information spreading further division and fanning the flames with distractions from the lies and crimes of Professor Jones.

Let the games begin.

11 Comments:

At 28 November, 2006 00:46, Blogger Bubbers said...

This is great. They're all so far up their own asses I don't even think they remember what they formed the "Scholars" for in the first place. Looking from the outside, this is just embarrassing for them. It's pathetic. But people that smug don't get easily embarrassed I would imagine, so we should have some more entertainment still to come. Nice.

 
At 28 November, 2006 00:53, Blogger Bubbers said...

I mean Christ, the ONLY thing any of them care about anymore is making a name for themselves. All of them. It's gotten to the point where their movement is losing whatever momentum it ever had(never really had any anyway) and right now is like that last push to get those last couple minutes of fame. Sad when truth is the last thing that the "leaders" of the truth movement care about.

 
At 28 November, 2006 04:04, Blogger The Artistic Macrophage said...

If you could only see my smile. Down with the sham known as "scholars for 9/11 truth".

Hypocritical bunch of lieing idiots.

TAM

 
At 28 November, 2006 18:35, Blogger Triterope said...

Again, I ask: how can a website belonging to a person just be taken away by someone else? Was Jim Fetzer too stupid to change the access password? Reminds me of President Skroob from Spaceballs.

 
At 28 November, 2006 20:05, Blogger James B. said...

Hmm, so was Fetzer's password, "password"?

 
At 28 November, 2006 20:11, Blogger Triterope said...

No, it was "12345." The same one he has on his luggage.

 
At 28 November, 2006 20:35, Blogger James B. said...

I will be right back, I have to go change the combination on my luggage...

 
At 29 November, 2006 10:11, Blogger PhilBiker said...

"The Counter-Revolution failed Mister Lebowski. The bums lost."

 
At 29 November, 2006 20:02, Blogger R.Lange said...

The power-hungry government, with hundreds of potential players all jockeying for position, somehow managed to pull of The Greatest Conspiracy Ever Told, yet...

...a relatively small organization is cannibalizing itself because of the very same tactics.

Awesome.

As I said before, Truther Math: The effectiveness and secrecy of a conspiracy is inversely proportional to the number of people involved.

 
At 01 December, 2006 17:57, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Looking from the outside, this is just embarrassing for them."

That's the argument -- that Floum is doing this on purpose to embarrass them. I've never met any of them and have no idea.

"Sad when truth is the last thing that the "leaders" of the truth movement care about."

To some extent, and from a different perspective, I agree.

"As I said before, Truther Math: The effectiveness and secrecy of a conspiracy is inversely proportional to the number of people involved."

The argument is that it is a military operation. Putting aside whether Americans would conceivably do that to other Americans, which we obviously disagree on, do you think that black ops cannot be kept secret? Aren't you underestimating, even insulting, your military and intelligence agencies? Do you think they are all that incompetent?

 
At 16 April, 2007 15:32, Blogger Alex said...

The argument is that it is a military operation. Putting aside whether Americans would conceivably do that to other Americans, which we obviously disagree on, do you think that black ops cannot be kept secret?

At that level of complexity? Absolutely not.

Aren't you underestimating, even insulting, your military and intelligence agencies? Do you think they are all that incompetent?

Considering that several of us have worked or are currently working within different military organizations, I think we're much better qualified to make such a judgement than you are.

 

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