Monday, August 27, 2007

First I was an accessory to war crimes after the fact...

Now I'm with the CIA.

Apparently, I'm busier than I seem. Here I really thought I was accomplishing something this week by getting my two favorite Sims to fall in love with other.

Below is a message posted by writer Alex Constantine on his blog Alex Constantine's Blacklist. I don't mind being mistaken for a man or a mole, but being accused of watching Fox News... that just hurts.

"There is a blogger on the Net - S.M. ELLIOTT - who is part of the "Satanic Panic" disinformation campaign, which covers up federal involvement in cults. This is a game that has gone of for about 20 years to discredit victims of abuse related to mind control activity, many of them children.
Elliott, one of these clowns, claims that ritual abuse claims are "exagerrated" [sic]- and if you buy it, you, too, are a victim of CIA mind control.
Elliott's is propaganda for the uninformed - opinion formation. For full documentation of satanic crimes, many unreported due to media censorhip, see:http://alexconstantine.blogspot.com/2007/07/satanism-and-ritual-abuse-case-by-case.html
S.M. Elliott also claims that aspartame is safe to ingest. He is a dangerous criminal, not a blogger. (I've been doing this full-time for 20 years and can smell a mole a mile away. Elliott is one of them. Consumer beware.)
I invite Elliott to sue me for libel if I have sullied his reputation. But he won't sue for libel. He's a MOLE and has no grounds to sue. He's a soldier in the ongoing covert war against "conspiracy theorists," a phenomenon I've been writing about for a month now. It may turn into a book ... Judge for youself. Elliott's FoxNews-level propaganda is posted here:http://blueapples85.blogspot.com/
- ACPS: Question - how many CIA blogs are out there disinforming us and molding opinions with flagrant lies? Who wouldn't want to know? Please write to your local congressperson and ask."

This is frightfully ironic. You see, I actually like Alex Constantine. I read his book about the FBI's COINTELPRO campaigns against the music industry, and it was excellent (I was particularly disturbed by the hateful anti-hippie cartoons of Al Capp).
Constantine is the intellectual heir apparent to Mae Brussell, an intriguing lady. Ah, well. I already knew that mole-sniffing is an art, and like all art is subjective: My grandmother, off her meds, once accused my mother of being an FBI agent who had something to do with the murder of MLK. She was 13 when he died.

I guess this is my Plamegate. I already went through a presidential scandal involving naughty stuff in an office (no cigars or stains, though).

That said, there is nothing funny about Satanic panic. It has ruined lives, careers, families, and entire communities, and continues to do so. I may joke on this blog, but The Devil Appears is serious.

8 comments:

Alex Constantine said...

"Heir" to Mae Brussell ... the latest murder attempt destroyed my favorite van. I should be dead many times over, but I survived to tell you to suck an egg, liar.

If you like me, trust me, then you know that aspartame is formalehyde - it is very toxic. A friend of mine has lost most of his eyesight as a result of drinking beverages "sweetened" with the toxin.

And you deny it. I challenged you to produce documentation that aspartame is safe.

You posted nothing.

I don't like toxic lies. You tried to discredit my work on aspartame, a consumer issue. I'm trying to save lives by getting them off the toxin - you tried to stop me.

Do you take pride in injuring your readers?

Ridicule me again ... you lost the debate and have nothing left to say.

I said that you received your "knowledge" of Duncan's "suicide" from Kate Coe - a Murdoch operative. Coe is from the Ann Coulter circle. Then told you to watch Fox. You took information from Coe, are a mind controlled zombie, apparently.

And a liar. Live with the disrepute you deserve. I gave it to you, will be happy to dress you up in it again anytime. Lie about me or my work, I will ask for more documentation on a statement that you can't support. That is too much for you, I guess. Liars can't support their claims, and you know that the "heir" of Mae Brussell's ... problems ... will break you off at the knees with research.

Eat me well, donut head.

- AC

SME said...

There is no need to be nasty. I'm not lying about aspartame; our experiences and knowledge about it differ, that's all. I know people who have consumed goodly amounts of it for years with no ill effect. I've never actually tried to discredit anyone's aspartame research. First off, the stuff is being phased out. Second, it's not healthy and I would not actually recommend that people go out and consume huge quantities of it. Even if I did, I doubt they would obey me - the friends and family members who read this blog are free thinkers, determined to make up their own minds about everything.

I don't insist that I'm right, here; I freely admit that I'm wrong sometimes. And if I'm wrong, it's probably because I'm misinformed, not because I'm intentionally trying to confuzzle anyone. I am just a Canadian housewife, as I mentioned in my deleted comment on your own blog.

And really, the opinions I've reached about the death of Theresa Duncan and Jeremy Blake do not come from a single source. I did not like Coe's article; she was snarky, and disprespectful of the recently dead. I simply made an effort to find out if the people named as Scientologists by Ms. Duncan were actually Scientologists. Some of them were not. No one has stepped forward to corroborate the harassment. If they do, my opinion will probably change.

Keep your comments civil here, please. I did not insult you just because I didn't agree with you.

SME said...

Whoa. OK. Wait. What is going on here? I just reviewed my "Perils of Paranoia" post, and there's absolutely nothing about you and aspartame in it, Mr. Constantine. I was taking exception to Alfred Webre's contention that it increases suggestibility (without harming one's health). I only mentioned you in connection with Theresa Duncan/Jeremy Blake! What am I missing here, then? Did you just not read the post at all?

SME said...

And if my readers actually listened to me, they'd all be vegan. I'll take my chances with aspartame over mad cows any day.

Laura said...

Wow... This is some great shit. I think I better run down to my corner crazy shop and get me a tinfoil hat.

Suck an egg? Eat me well?

That's just what I expect from intelligent debaters... schoolyard taunts. Right.

SME said...

I know. It's kind of hard to tell, from reading this stuff, which one of us is the 29-year-old who likes to watch cartoons and which one is the mature conspiracy researcher.

tshsmom said...

I don't know if we should be exchanging information, since I'm with the FBI, and you're with the CIA! ;)
Sheesh, these guys make Grandma S's ravings sound normal, and SHE'S a paranoid schizophrenic!

Laura, pick up a hat for me too.

SME said...

I don't think you have to buy tinfoil hats, you make your own. The style seems to be WWI helmet-style, but I'm sure you could make ballcaps, or maybe even big British royal sunhats with tinfoil flowers & stuff.