Alex Constantine asked me: "Haven't I defamed you by labelling you publicly as a mole? No. You deny it indirectly, by suggestion, above, but aren't you angry?"
Nope. It's humorous and rather flattering. Cheap entertainment. Besides, if I sued everyone for silliness, I'd never get out of court.
The friends and family members who read this blog are free thinkers. They aren't going to run out and guzzle gallons of aspartame-laden sweets just because I obliquely suggested that aspartame doesn't increase suggestibility. If my readers were like that, they'd all be vegans right now. I'd rather take my chances with aspartame than with mad cows - but I don't consume either.
As for the FMSF, you won't find a speck of positive info about them anywhere on my blogs. FMS is a made-up syndrome invented by a pack of accused child molesters and pro-pedophilia activists; FMS is not listed in the DSM-IV, and Ms. Freyd's allegations against her father have never been disproven. But of course this doesn't mean that every allegation of SRA is accurate. SRA allegations must be examined on a case-by-case basis.
I understand that you're probably having a bad day, Mr. Constantine. Have a nice cup of tea and watch some Fraggle Rock. That what's us CIA agents/accessories after the fact to war crimes do when we're wound up.
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