Opinion by Consumer Advocate Tim Bolen
Right after the American Civil War a group was formed, calling itself the Ku Klux Klan. It’s purpose was to attack, from a position of secrecy, those they hated; wanted disenfranchised (held down) on the American scene. Their primary tactic, was the use of the white-sheet-with-eyeholes – a device to provide anonymity for the haters and generate high levels of fear in their victims.
White-robed at night – solid citizen by day. Their targets – Blacks, Jews, Roman Catholics, European immigrants. Their reasoning – they, themselves were afraid of change. They couldn’t withstand the economic competition. It took quite a while to hunt them down…
In 2016 we have a very same situation. The group now, though, calls itself the “skeptics,” made up, I have found, of American society’s detritus. They are just as nasty, and hateful, as the originals.
Their targets, though, are not, yet, specifically Blacks, Jews, Roman Catholics and European immigrants. They are Christians, Jews, families in general, parents concerned about vaccines, health regimens that compete with drugs (like homeopathy), health care providers that spurn the use of drugs, scientists that question the medical status quo, manufacturers of products that compete with drugs, etc. And, the attacks are just as vicious.
But this time there are no white-sheets-with-eyeholes. This time it is Internet-Anonymity. The control of Wikipedia health care articles is a prime example. The manipulation of Google’s search engines is another. The “skeptics” have training camps. I’ll demonstrate below.
Then Along Comes Mike Adams…
Mike Adams, over at Natural News, shocked me the other morning when I glanced at his newest article. There, Mike was writing about top “Skeptic” Grand Dragon David Gorski MD, the one who, on the internet, has declared himself to be an Infallible Oracle.
Calling himself “Orac,” Gorski writes in angry, hate-spewing prose, attacking his betters. He ranges from sniveling, to whimpering, to raging, about people, issues, and subjects in health care he clearly knows nothing about. He goes on and on. Where 100 words would do, Gorski uses 23,421. His personal insecurities are attached to every phrase.
Gorski is, without doubt, the 2016 Grand Dragon of the very sceptic “skeptics.”
Right after Gorski writes on his blog Respectful Insolence, the “commenters” begin to appear – within seconds. The first thing you notice is their anonymity. The second is the sheer nastiness of their offerings. The third is that most comments look to be in EXACTLY the same writing style as Gorski himself, which makes me wonder how many internet IDs Gorski actually uses.
What kind of sick-o-path would write a nasty article about someone, or some thing, and then change to ten to fifteen other fake names to make comments on his own article, so that IT LOOKS LIKE he has a big following?
Ummmm? David Gorski?
Makes sense to me…
As I Said – Then Along Comes Mike Adams…
With his article series Mike had, journalistically speaking, reached out and punched this Gorski jackass, including all of Gorski’s fake IDs, right between his multiple eyes. And, hence, he had punched the whole bag of sceptic “skeptics.”
The next day, Mike did it again, this time, with a one-two punch, so-to-speak.
So, I called Mike and complained. After all, Mike was operating in MY territory so-to-speak. I, Tim Bolen, am the one who calls out the “skeptic” menagerie, and smacks them around the internet room.
What the hell, Mike? (humor intended).
Regardless of my complaints to Mike, he did it again. Then again. Then again, and again. And he did it pretty damn well…
More, Mike had struck at the heart of the beast.
Why Do I say That?…
The heart of the beast? Yup. A sword right through the ticker of the “Skeptic“ Grand Dragon. Why? Because the “skeptics” are running a huge internet scam designed to damage, in the most hateful way, those they target. And, for the most part, their members hide behind the internet equivalent of a white-sheet-with-eyeholes – internet fake identities.
And, Mike skewered their big boy. He stuck the journalistic sword right through him. And you can see the bloody tip coming out the other side.
The Skeptics are an Organized Hate Group…
Now, Mike may not have gathered all of the information that I have about the self-styled “skeptic” organization, so he wouldn’t readily perceive, as I have, by glancing at my files, what Gorski’s role is in “Skepticism” in North America.
To my mind, those “skeptics” need to be monitored by the FBI. Why? They meet the definition of “Hate Group.” Why do I say that? Read this I wrote in 2012.. An excerpt from that 2012 article is just below:
“The rape, mutilation and death threats against Meryl Dorey, President of the Australian Vaccination Network. (AVN) make a very clear statement about the reality of the international “skeptic” organization. The activities of Australian Skeptics, with their Stop the AVN subsidiary attacks, took the lid of off their formally secret plans.
Tracing the “Die in a Fire” and “Just burn” phone calls back to top Australian skeptic leader, shoe salesman Daniel Rafaelle, the Stop the AVN head’s home telephone, brought everything out into the open. Remember, the Australian Skeptics, at their own “Amazing meeting” in 2010, gave Rafaelle their Top Award for his activities against Meryl Dorey and the AVN.
Wikipedia says a “A hate group is an organized group or movement that advocates and practices hatred, hostility, or violence towards members of a race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation or other designated sector of society. “
Mike picked up on it, I think, because he is a smart guy, with good instincts.
Mike Adams was, in essence, with his article series, striking right at the “skeptic” center…
Good job, Mike.
What IS Gorski’s role in organized “skepticism?”
The “skeptics,” known for their self-loathing projection in Discussion Group commentaries and Wikipedia, use Gorski as their fulcrum, their center point, around which to rally after having attended internet manipulation “Training Camp” at an “Amazing Meeting” in Las Vegas. Gorski sets the tone. And, frequently, I think, picks targets.
Mike’s Article Series…
Mike, as it turns out, had done his own research into the Gorski situation, asking what many others had questioned previously “Why would what looks like a prestigious institution, the Barbara Karmanos Cancer Center in Detroit, working in conjunction with Wayne State University, allow a clearly mentally-disturbed individual to sit at one of their computer terminals all day, and spew out vileness, and crazy talk, in their name?”
I’ll link you to Mike’s articles in a minute. But first, let’s talk about Gorski’s “skeptic” network, and how their manipulation of the internet actually works.
First I Need to Make Some Connections for You…
First connection – The photograph on the right shows David Gorski sitting on a love seat with James “Amazing” Randi at the “Amazing Meeting” in Las Vegas in 2014. The photo was taken by Susan Gerbic. This is an important three-way connection.
What is so important about that three-way connection? The so-called James Randi Educational Foundation (JREF) puts on the “Amazing Meeting” events where new “skeptics” are trained to manipulate the internet for their secret funders (10 million dollars in 2010). There is a video below of one of those training sessions. David Gorski is their center point. Susan Gerbic runs the “skeptic” group that controls all health articles on Wikipedia.
Just so we all CLEARLY UNDERSTAND what we are dealing with with the “skeptics,” I want all of you “newbies” to listen to the attached audio recording of James Randi soliciting sex from a young boy on the telephone.
Yes, soliciting sex from a young boy. You read that right.
The recording starts out with another call to Randi from another “skeptic,” then goes to the call at (1:20) with the young boy where Randi is telling him how big his penis is. Just think – it could have been YOUR child. Click on the arrow just below…
Got all that?
The name of Gerbic’s operation is “The Guerrilla Skepticism on Wikipedia (GSoW) project.”
There are TWO secretly funded major “skeptic” organizations. JREF, based in Paradise, Florida, is the smaller one, getting only about one million a year in secret funding. The other, known now as “Center for Skeptical Inquiry” (CSI), based in East Amherst, New York (outside of Buffalo) got about nine million in secret funding in 2010. CSI focuses, mostly, it seems, on attacking homeopathy.
Susan Gerbic is listed on CSI’s website as a high level player there. Quoting the article about her, they say:
“Affectionately called the Wikapediatrician, Susan Gerbic is the co-founder of Monterey County Skeptics, a Steering member of the Independent Investigation Group (IIG) and a self-proclaimed skeptical junkie. Susan is also founder of the Guerrilla Skepticism on Wikipedia, and World Wikipedia projects.”
Third Connection – To the right is a photo of Vaccine Holocaust Denier (VHD) Paul Offit, speaking at the 2014 “Amazing Meeting.” Offit, with his wild-eyed rhetoric like “A child can be safely given 10,000 vaccines at once,” it is obvious, fits right in here.
Farley runs a number of “skeptic” training websites, and another called “What’s the Harm.” Farley was, apparently, unemployed for a long time before he found this training gig connected the the “skeptic” organization. Farley is the primary instructor of internet manipulation techniques at the “Amazing Meetings.”
The Fifth Connection – To the right is a meme used by the “skeptics” that explains their overall mission as they see it, when engaging NORMAL people on FaceBook, Twitter, Discussion Groups, etc. They brag about this. The original artwork showed the name of the skeptic organization that promotes this activity.
The Sixth Connection – The photo on the left shows Susan Gerbic sitting next to Loren Pankratz on a panel at the “Amazing Meeting” 2014. Pankratz, I believe, represents the core interest of the “skeptic” management. I had written, in an earlier article, about this. I said:
“To understand the core of the “skeptics” you have to understand the role of Loren Pankratz PhD in the “skeptic” scheme of things. Pankratz describes himself as a forensic psychologist from Oregon Health Sciences University. He is a fellow of the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry (CSI) division of the Center For Inquiry (CFI), a board member of the National Council Against Health Fraud (NCAHF), and a board member of the False Memory Syndrome Foundation (FMSF). It’s that last group that makes him really interesting.
Pankratz is joined on the FMSF board by James Randi and a man named Ralph Underwager (you’ll see more about Underwager just below).
Pankratz has made a career out of testifying on behalf of accused child molesters, claiming that he, as an expert psychologist, knows that the children are lying, or that they have “False Memory Syndrome,” whatever that is.”
Yes, you read that right. To read all of that section that excerpt came from, click on the word “skeptic,” anywhere on this page, scroll down about 2/3 of the way through the article, find the section called “The Core of the Skeptics,” and read MORE about Pankratz – including why the Feds shut him down…
The Seventh Connection – By now, I’d guess, the average reader is wondering if they have a bottle of Tums in the medicine cabinet, for it is not pleasant to realize that outside your door lurks people like this, focusing on what happens to your children. So, I promise, this the last connection for now. It is a video of a guy who calls himself Steve. He is the webmaster for a huge number of websites used in the “skeptic” plot. Watch, at least, the first part of the video. I think “Steve” is the poster boy for the “skeptics.”
Now, Steve’s video is a satire. Or, is it?
The bottom line, here, is that “Steve,” and his friends, want to control the internet…
Do YOU want that?
Training “skeptics” to control the internet…
I am about to show you the first and second key videos in all of this. It is a training session video that took place August 23, 2012 at the 2012 “Amazing Meeting.” It is 28 minutes long, and it outlines the “Skeptic” conspiracy to control the internet.
There is a second 2012 video that takes their attack method one step further. You can see it just below. It is about Crowdsourcing. Records show that only 144 people attended the 2012 “Amazing Meeting.” But, even so, with their tactic of each adopting ten to thirty fake internet identities that would mean that this group alone could make it anonymously appear that anywhere from 1,440 to 4,520 people have a similar opinion on a health topic on Wikipedia, or on search engines.
This is the method, I think, they use, to make any article they favor come to the top of each search engine (like Google) immediately.
Farley, I believe, is the one the Feds should be interviewing very soon. Any attorney, involved in trying to turn around an assault against one of the “skeptics‘” victims should, as quickly as possible, get this guy into a two-day Deposition. Why? Two reasons: (1) He trains all these assholes, so he will make it easy for us to find all of them. (2) His current photos, and videos, indicate he doesn’t look like he is long for this world. He looks like AIDS has found his soul.
We’ve put up with this crap long enough. Let’s shut it down and trace their funding back to the original source. Then shut THAT down. I don’t think any of us will be surprised to find out who is writing the checks over there…
Gorski, in one of his videos, complained about how large and powerful we are, and how easy it was for us to mobilize to stop what they wanted to get done.
He’s right. But, until now, we just stopped them. I think it is time to go hunting…
Thank you Mike, for pointing out the obvious.
Tim Bolen – Consumer Advocate
See below for Mike Adams’s recent articles about David Gorski: