hoi.polloi wrote:If it's hard to get banned there, doesn't it mean it could easily be controlled or manipulated by cointelpro, fake witnesses and other disinformation artists that we've had to ban on our forum? Doesn't that mean it isn't really worth our time?
I, Gestalta wrote:Dear Clues Forum readers,
While I have been moderately successful in presenting and defending the groundbreaking research conducted here, I would like to request assistance in continuing to pick off the inept counter-arguments being proffered up within the following thread at temp.tmalliance.com:
Though I have already mentioned this to Simon in an e-mail, my request for backup fell just one day before cluesforum.info was forced to go offline last week. I understand that Simon is busy, of course, but would like to extend the request to all forum participants who have the time to help myself and another poster continue to shut down the tired arguments being presented against The Vicsim Report, September Clues and fakery in general.
The forum is typically tempered by an "anything goes" feel, so it is incredibly difficult to be banned simply for making a case for a particular body of research.
On the surface, it may appear not to be worth the effort, but I would like to think that the benefit of having the research represented as properly as possible to the entirety of the forum's readership far outweighs the drudgery of arguing with the blind.
Just don't present the missile theory as legitimate September Clues evidence and you should be just fine, or anything else hitting the towers for that matter, if I'm not too late.
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