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The #BrettKimberlin Report D+18 Part I: Hubris, Meet Nemesis

12 June 2012 @ 14:50

The best way to launch an offensive is to catch your enemy by surprise.

Once the battle is engaged, your chances of achieving victory are greatly enhanced (1) if you keep surprising them with moves they don’t expect and (2) if you keep relentlessly pounding them.

All three tactics will cause the enemy forces to become rattled and stay rattled, thus keeping them off-balanced and, hopefully, disorganized. If the enemy is kept constantly flustered, not allowed to catch their breath, and, therefore, not allowed to gather their wits about them, they will begin to make mistakes and Chaos may join their ranks.

We have launched our offensive against Brett Kimberlin and his associates [Neal Rauhauser, Brad Friedman, Ron Brynaert, Nadia Naffe] nearly four weeks ago. And it appears our relentless pounding of this enemy may be starting to effect whatever cohesion the enemy has.

Stacy McCain reported late yesterday evening that Neal Rauhauser is showing signs of cracking under our pressure

This scoop by Brooks Bayne — you’ve got to go read it, now – fits in with what one source told me in a phone conversation today: “Neal’s lost it.” Apparently, Rauhauser has been sending lots of crazy e-mails like this to lots of different people, making insane accusations about me, Patrick Frey, Seth Allen, Aaron Walker, Ali Akbar, James O’Keefe and people who have nothing to do with the Kimberlin story, but against whom Rauhauser harbors grudges.

Rauhauser probably should have been institutionalized after he published his eight-page conspiracy theory treatise in February and sent copies of that deranged gibberish to the FBI and to police officials in New Jersey. He seems to have been undergoing some kind of slow-motion mental breakdown for the past couple of years, and has become obsessed with a variety of “enemies” who, in his demented imagination, are all conspiring against him.

-This morning Stacy filed a follow-up report:

Liars hate nothing worse than to be exposed as liars — exposure makes it hard for them to get away with their lies — and three weeks of public attention to lying felon Brett Kimberlin and his associates have put them under extraordinary psychological pressure.

-All of this means that we must keep advancing and not let up on the force of our offensive.

I will be updating this in the even, but I have some obligations in Real World™ to take care of.

  1. Adobe_Walls permalink
    12 June 2012 @ 16:05 16:05

    I’m still waiting for a flow chart.

  2. 12 June 2012 @ 18:30 18:30

    Get ’em skeered and keep the skeer on ’em.—Nathan Bedford Forrest

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