> Warwick Wrote:
> > You Haven't read the THREAD.
> You haven't even read the TITLE of the THREAD,
> which if you had would tell you exactly what it is
> It doesn't take a great leap of logic to make the
> connection between getting involved here and
> having actually read the book.
> Oh Warwick, why does it always go wrong for you
> and your posts?
> You remind me of this clown "ONLY ME" on the Jason
> Cocacola blog (Jason reviews the HOAX) who
> "Is this guy for real? Rejecting actual history in
> favor of "Muh fringe."
> Long on speculation, short on fact. It saddens me
> people will read this trash and think they've
> learned something."
> This is not his reaction to the book. He hasn't
> read the book. He is taking Cocacola's opinion as
> fact and reacting to book only through the prism
> of the reviewers prejudices. And it "saddens" him
> that people will read this trash. But he hasn't
> read it himself. He's been spoonfed one little
> bloggers opinion and he adopts that opinion as
> fact - he calls the book "short on fact" but
> hasn't checked any fact himself before making this
> This is what we are dealing with here - and it is
> these low standards of the orthodox brigade that
> has made you and others like you lazy and
> dismissive, using mere groupthink and mob
> mentality to try to suppress alternative ideas
> without actually challenging them.
> From that little blog, to Atlantis Rising, to the
> vindictiveness and pettiness of the HoM, to the
> endless bile spewed here on GHMB - the amazing
> thing is that these alternative sites and
> populated daily not mainly by "alternative"
> thinkers and theorists, but overwhelmingly by
> reactionary, angry amateur orthodox supporters who
> simply aren't good enough to be real academics or
> historians or archaeologists out in the field or
> authors in their own right.
> Why are you all here all the time if you think it
> is all nonsense and rubbish?
> I find it appalling that a sizeable number of
> people out there think the moon landings were
> faked, and chat about this all day on the Internet
> - but it doesn't bother me enough to set myself as
> their daily debunker. Why would I waste my time
> if I REALLY thought it was all garbage and not
> worth my time?
> So where does the HoM mentality come from? Why do
> little men like set themselves up with a blog and
> gather a little band of fawning unthinking
> supporters? Why are they angry all the time? Why
> do they want to argue, but cannot handle even the
> basics of an argument and constantly need to gang
> up or others or call in the biased Mods?
> Is this REALLY to do with finding the truths of
> ancient civilisations or were you all just bullied
> at school? What is it about the pushing at the
> boundaries of human knowledge that so offends you
> I wonder sometimes. "Does Magna Carta mean
> nothing to you? Did she die in vain?".
IOW's, he has NOT rad the key reference I provided
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 13-Feb-19 17:00 by Warwick.