Eric Allen Bell and Psychological Projection Quote
Psychological projection is a theory in psychology in which humans defend themselves against their own unconscious impulses or qualities (both positive and negative) by denying their existence in themselves while attributing them to others. For example, a person who is habitually intolerant may constantly accuse other people of being intolerant. It incorporates blame shifting. [en.wikipedia.org
Right now Eric Allen Bell is claiming on his LinkedIn page that his company employs 79 people. Every one of the “employees” listed for Eric’s Bell Media are Bell Media of CANADA employees. [www.linkedin.com
Did you do that? Did Pamela Geller do that? Did I do that, or did Eric do that?
Right now Eric’s IMDb page has him taking credit for movies he has no connection to. He also frequently takes credit for various TV shows that he has no connection to. When confronted with this, he says:
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“I may have had nothing to do with any of those titles, or some, or all, or again none, I cannot and will not say. End of story.”
Isn’t this instilling doubt?
In 2012, Eric told everybody he had a bounty of ten million rupees on his head. This is not true. The “bounty” was a child’s creation which said it was for one quadrillion dollars, more money than there is on planet Earth. Eric has changed his story several times about whether the bounty is real or not. The bounty has gone from being real, to not real, and then back to real again, and then not real. Could this have anything to do with instilling doubt in people’s minds?
Also, in 2012, Eric told a National Radio broadcast that four Pakistani newspapers had called for his death, and that his case was working its way up to then U.S. Attorney General, Eric Holder. There is no truth to any of this. Why did he say that, and mislead people?
Eric has denounced me as a “radical, end times, rapture ready Evangelical” [www.faithfreedom.org
Does this qualify as instilling doubt in people’s minds? I think so.
Pamela Geller has nothing to do with any of this, except insofar as Eric keeps on attacking her. I have talked to Pamela Geller about this. She told me Eric is “totally irrelevant”. You can talk to her, too. Here is her email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Again, I have to remind Eric Allen Bell that I am not the only person talking about this.What other people are saying about Eric Allen Bell:
Robert Spencer – “He’s nuts”
Pamela Geller – “a depraved liar”
David Christopher – “religiously bigoted”, and “delusional”
Susan Olsen – as “pompous” as “any televangelist”
Clark Banner – “I have no idea why [Eric Allen Bell] would resort to such [anti-Jewish] conspiracy theories”
Patti York – “Who is he?”
Jamie Glazov – “We have gone separate ways”
Tommy Hunt – “A phony mental case”
Mark Humphreys – “maybe just a loon”
Eric Allen Bell’s playbook is remarkably short. We have already seen him having a tantrum about how innocent and persecuted he is in 2012 with his bounty incident. When I began to point out all the problems with the "bounty", he sent his followers to berate me. That is when I started referring to him as a cult leader.
It is astonishing that he is still trying to get away with this six years later.