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The #BrettKimberlin Report D+87: The Lunatic Is On Pastebin And Wikipedia

20 August 2012 @ 09:17

This is yet another twisted permutation of what I’ve called the “accuse the accusers” strategy that Kimberlin and Rauhauser have repeatedly used against their targets: As soon as someone appears on their radar as a potential enemy, that person is targeted for character assassination in this manner, and the accusations against the target — however unsubstantiated and improbable – are then recycled as needed.
—Robert Stacy McCain

-Mad King Neal of Rauhauser has fired his latest salvo in his war against Reality with an anonymous posting of a one thousand word document over at Pastebin.

Stacy McCain has reproduced the full raving here. From his introduction:

Now, in an anonymous 1,000-word document published on Pastebin (which we can expect soon to be deleted, as has been Rauhauser’s habit whenever his vicious online activities are exposed), Rauhauser has evidently promulgated a new smear, accusing Patterico of exploiting the mentally ill for nefarious purposes.

Stacy also offers his analysis of the document’s logic structure, which is a must-read if you want to understand how the fun-house mirror mind of King Neal The Unhinged works. Be warned however: Like a Vulcan Mind Meld, grasping Rauhauser’s logic can lead to permanent damage to your own brain.

At one point in his report, Stacy writes:

This is an aspect of the Kimberlin-Rauhauser “accuse the accusers” strategy that has gotten very little public attention: By disseminating negative information about their targets, Kimberlin and Rauhauser have been surprisingly successful at fostering animosity between their targets, so that the targeted individuals make accusations against each other that can then be recycled in new attacks. Among the targets named by Rauhauser here — his authorship can be safely assumed from context, “anonymous” though the document may be — a bitter schism has developed: Stack and Zapem despise Patterico, Walker, Mandy, Darby and Stranahan.

This tactic is especially effective against people like Seth Allen who suffer from actual mental problems. So, once again, we see that Rauhauser is working from one of the main chapters in the Leftist Playbook:

Always accuse your enemies of exactly what you, yourself, are doing. This will sow doubt in those not directly involved in the situation. When your enemies respond that they are being accused of what you, in fact, are doing, since you got your accusation out first, those not directly involved will instinctively start to doubt each side. Thus, you delegitimize your enemy to enough of an extent that you can take future actions to further undermine their credibility — you’re laying the groundwork. As the attacker, you need not be fully trusted by the non-involved. The key here is to sully the reputation of the other side. They will then bear the burden of proving their aims are true, and this is made difficult by the fact that, in issues like this, people are naturally — instinctively — cynical.

In Other News…

Patterico reports [tip of the fedora to Mandy Nagy]:

Wikipedia has received a request to delete Brett Kimberlin’s Wikipedia page. The request, which reads more likely a poorly written legal brief than a Wikipedia request, advances many false and deceptive arguments of the sort Kimberlin has made in the past. The request comes from a newly created Wikipedia account called “JusticeLeader.” Kimberlin is the head of a nonprofit called “Justice Through Music.”

Notably, the request uses the Kimberlin/Rauhauser “accuse the accusers” technique, in which unsubstantiated accusations are used as proof that the accusation is true.

Of course, this is not surprising. We knew it would come sooner or later once the Wikipedia entry was restored some months back.

The question is: Does this portend another offensive by Kimberlin / Rauhauser Cell? Or is this merely being done in anticipation of a judgement being issued against Kimberlin by the judge in Virginia that is hearing Aaron Walker’s case against Kimberlin and others?

-The Battle Rages On.

2 Comments
  1. M. Thompson permalink
    20 August 2012 @ 12:11 12:11

    The Wikipedia kids are all piling on to him and saying to keep his bio on there. Can’t get a break, and that’s a good thing.

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