The “Skeptics,” An Organized “Hate Group,” Will Hold Their Annual Meeting in Las Vegas in July…  

The South Point Hotel Will Have to Burn the Sheets After They’re Gone.

Opinion by Consumer Advocate  Tim Bolen  

In case you haven’t noticed I’m not exactly known to be “PC.”  Sorry about that…

Actually, I’m not sorry at all.  Somebody has to say something about the ABSURDITY of a group of angry male homosexuals calling themselves skeptics (I call them homoskeptuals), setting themselves up as the MORAL COMPASS  for anything – churches in general, Christianity, Judaism, family values, moral code, life-style, etc.

And certainly there is no qualification for mentally and physically pint-sized James Randi, who you can listen to an audio recording of soliciting sex from a young boy, to criticize anything what-so-ever.

Although their projected attendance numbers at their “Amazing Meeting” are WAY down over previous years, due probably to sexual discrimination problems against women voiced by previous attendees, their intended mission seems to be intact – that of training new “volunteers,” during a six part workshop series,  to re-focus their hatred of a heterosexual world, against targets selected by the SECRET funders of the “skeptic” movement.

And what, you may ask, are those selected targets?  Anybody who questions vaccines, practices Alternative Medicine, suggests that the US conventional medical model is flawed, is a parent of an Autistic child looking for solutions, etc.  All become victims of the organized repulsive tirade.

And who, you may ask, SECRETLY funds these projects?  Well, go ahead and guess.  Just ask the question “who gains?”  Then ask the question “Who would give the skeptics NINE MILLION DOLLARS A YEAR IN SECRET FUNDING?”

I had thought to, perhaps, recruit someone to infiltrate the skeptic event and attend the six part workshop, surreptitiously recording and photographing everything that goes on.  But then I thought about that, carefully, and several important points came to light.  The first is that, most likely, the skeptics‘ idea of a “Meet and Greet” of new volunteers probably occurs when six or seven skeptic stalwarts take off their pants and escort the new volunteer into stall number three in the closest Men’s Room.  Secondly, we have to remember that the primary connection between the pharmaceutical industry and the homosexual community is the AIDS world – the promotion of AIDS medications.  Put these two together and you have to admit that it would be very difficult to find someone who, knowing these two things, would “volunteer” to infiltrate this situation.

Of course, if you think about it, it would make sense when you read the prose of the likes of “Orac,” or the entire attack on the Australia Vaccination Network (AVN)’s Meryl Dorey, that that kind of nastiness could easily be part of a physical reaction to the likes of AZT, Atripla, Stribild, Complera, or a whole host of AIDS medications.

From an earlier article:

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. 

Let’s Talk About the “Hate Model” Once Again…

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. “

Clip Art illustration of brick wall listing the seven stage hate mode

The US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) says it best in an article in their “Law Enforcement Bulletin” titled “The Seven-Stage Hate Model.”   In the article, first published in 2003, FBI Special Agents John R. Schafer MA, and Joe Navarro MA point out that among hate groups there is a seven stage process that all hate groups go through:  (1)  The Haters Gather,  (2)  The Hate Group Defines Itself, (3)  The Hate Group Disparages The Target, (4)   The Hate Group Taunts The Target, (5)  The Hate Group Attacks The Target Without Weapons,  (6)  The Hate Group Attacks The Target With Weapons, (7)  The Hate Group Destroys The Target.

When you leaf through “The Seven-Stage Hate Model” article, and you should, note that the authors used “skinheads” as their hate group example.  But, while you are reading, substitute, as you go along, the word skeptic” for “skinhead.”  You’ll get my meaning quickly, especially if you have had any experience with one, or more of the septic “skeptics.”

The Reality…

In short, it appears to me, that the “skeptics”  are an organized “hate group” “that advocates and practices hatred, hostility, or violence towards members of ” several different categories defined by Wikipedia:  ” religion, gender, sexual orientation, or other designated sector of society.”

Religion?  Yup.  They hate every organized religion – for there isn’t one out there that does not have some prohibition against homosexuality.

Gender?  Yup.  They hate every heterosexual male, and certainly every heterosexual female.  And even non-heterosexual females.

Sexual orientation?  Yup.  Same as just above.

Other designated sector of society?  Yup.  Families,  heterosexual couples, and all segments not part of “conventional medicine, ” obviously.

So, despite the fact that last year’s “Amazing Meeting” was a huge failure, come July 2013, at the South Point Hotel and Casino, in sunny Las Vegas, there will be another hate training event.

From last year we see one of their “workshops:”

The Future of Skepticism Online: Crowd-Sourced Activism

Skeptic blogs and podcasts are plentiful and excellent, but often end up “preaching to the choir” of the already skeptical. Are there ways to use other online tools to reach out to the general public?  This workshop will explore the use of skeptic crowdsourcing to accomplish that. Technologies covered will include Wikipedia, Web of Trust, Fishbarrel, StackExchange, Universal Subtitles, Foursquare, Yelp and the new tool RBUTR. We’ll also take a look at upcoming new tools that are not yet available.

Presenters: Tim Farley, Derek Colanduno


Stay Tuned…

Tim Bolen – Consumer Advocate