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Re: Eric Allen Bell
Posted by: livingengine ()
Date: June 26, 2018 08:31AM

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It is unreasonable for you to continually make such false allegations, the same ones over and over and over, over the span of several years and keep going and going.

Which "allegations" are false?

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Re: Eric Allen Bell
Posted by: Eric Allen Bell ()
Date: June 26, 2018 11:54AM

Crazy Larry,

I do not owe you any explanations. That said, many pages ago I did answer every single allegation - not for your benefit, but in case anyone who actually matters reads this stuff.

You are an obsessive compulsive person who needs help. This is why you are asking me "Which allegations are false?". I could answer that question all day and you would ask it again, all day.

By the way, since you are willing to acknowledge that Getty Images could make a mistake, I wonder if it had crossed your mind that so too could IMDB or LinkedIn or any other big company, make a mistake that is.

But that doesn't matter. We are on page 29 now. On page 49 you will still be posting links and ranting and raving about Fatwas and fraud and secret fortunes. So you have that to look forward to at least, in your otherwise probably bleak life.

Anyway, I'll let you get back to counting all the corners in your house. I have a super secret cult to run...

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Re: Eric Allen Bell
Posted by: livingengine ()
Date: June 28, 2018 09:48AM

Eric Allen Bell resents being called a cult leader. He has said this repeatedly, and, maybe he is not a cult leader. However, some of the evidence of his cult leader behavior still awaits an explanation from him.

For example, there is the bounty. Eric is claiming the confusion about the bounty, and the numeral on it was due to a “fog”. It is true there was a lot going on, including multiple death threats on Facebook. He had to think quickly, and ensure no one around him was in jeopardy of becoming collateral damage in a jihad attack on him. But, this is simply not an adequate explanation.

Tommy Hunt explicitly told Eric Allen Bell in early October of 2012 that the numeral on the bounty was not ten million. Eric suppressed this information about the bounty for nearly a year before finally admitting the bounty was not real. Then, nearly 18 months later, he claimed the bounty was real. And, today, he has flipped again, and returned his “fog” explanation without ever addressing his communication with Tommy Hunt. Also not explained, is the fact that none of his thousands of followers noticed that the numeral on the bounty was not ten million.

This is an example of Eric Allen Bell getting people to see things that are not there, and accept explanations that are obviously unsatisfactory.

Then there is the case of Clark Banner. Somehow, Eric persuaded Clark Banner to defend Eric’s tirades against Jews. This was after Clark had vehemently and publically clashed with Eric’s anti-Jewish statements. No one knows what Eric said to Clark in private. No one knows why Eric would even want to do this to Clark.

The Clark Banner episode is another example of Eric using his influence to turn his followers against people and things Eric does not like. We have seen him do this with me, Pamela Geller, the Counter Jihad Movement, Jews, Christians, and even his own parents.

Further evidence of trying to incite violence against others is . . .

Eric Allen Bell's 2013 Twitter campaign to #NuketheKaaba.

For the better part of April into the beginning of May 2013 Eric Allen Bell tried to generate support on Twitter for his idea to nuke the Kaaba.

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“Yes. We must nuke it. Hundreds of millions would likely lose faith.”

“The free world will eventually have to bomb the Kaaba.”

“One small step for man. One giant leap for human rights.”

This idea went from a small step, to a huge step in a heartbeat.

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“I feel nuking the Kaaba would be a huge step in the right direction”

Eric characterized his call to mass murder as courageous.

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“It takes courage and clarity to do the right thing. Sooner or later the civilized world will nuke the Kaaba. It is an inevitability.”

“Sooner, or later, leaders of the civilized world will have to examine the many features and benefits of finding the courage to #NukeTheKaaba”

Like any good scoundrel, Eric claimed his call for mass murder was in the interest of human rights.
But, his real motivation was obvious.

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“I like the idea of having to bow toward a mushroom cloud and trying to convince oneself that Allah is still powerful.”

Eric’s bloodlust was not confined to just the Kaaba.

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“We need to destroy the Kaaba. It is in the Free World’s best interest to destroy the Saudi Royal family and all Islamic bases of power. Sooner, or later, this must be done”
“No Islamic country can be trusted with nukes. We will inevitably be forced to destroy Iran and Pakistan, eventually, or perish.”
“Islam must be destroyed.”

Islam must be destroyed because it is "insane". How long will it be before Eric is telling his followers that I must be destroyed, and nuked because I am "insane"?

One wag got into the swing of things by replying – “Naplam!”

While others tried to talk sense.

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Facebook follower of Eric Allen Bell
“I agree they need to be ‘dealt with’, but I don’t support wholesale homicide”

Eric stuck to his guns, or bombs as the case may be, and said.
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“It’s called war. Do the math. Destroy Islam before it destroys us.”

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Facebook follower of Eric Allen Bell
“I agree with you in principle. However, I don’t think the nuking of the Kaaba will ‘destroy Islam’. All it will do is probably kill lots of folks, and make Muslims around the world become more convinced they are right, leading to all out war, and more, and more will die. ”

Another person said -
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Facebook follower of Eric Allen Bell
“I am sorry to say, you’ve lost me. If you’re recommending that anybody nuke anybody, you’ve run off the rails.”

Eric lamely replied -
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“I didn’t say to nuke anyone. I said to nuke a thing. And that thing, that object is called the Kaaba.”

Presumably, the reason Eric wanted to use “nukes” instead of conventional explosives is that it would render the area radioactive. But, the prevailing winds would have carried the fallout south, beyond Mecca, to all of Africa, and eastward reaching China, and India.

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“I can’t believe you used nuke and civilized in the same sentence.”

Eric's call for a nuclear world war was (dare I say it?) an insane idea from someone who is consumed with rage, and has a following of thousands, and thousands, and thousands of people.

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Re: Eric Allen Bell
Posted by: Eric Allen Bell ()
Date: June 28, 2018 01:54PM

CRAZY LARRY SAYS:

"Eric Allen Bell resents being called a cult leader. He has said this repeatedly, and, maybe he is not a cult leader."

WHAT ???

You mean that 29 pages into this lunatic conspiracy theory you have concocted, you think that "maybe" I am not a cult leader???

You mean that after pretending to be other people and entering fake stories of being in my super-secret cult, that maybe the cult doesn't actually exist???

You mean that after approaching writers and offering them money to make up fake testimonials of how they left my super-secret cult and how they got away from my evil genius mind control, that "maybe" I am not a cult leader???


Crazy Larry, are you Crazy?

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Re: Eric Allen Bell
Posted by: livingengine ()
Date: June 29, 2018 02:17AM

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"approaching writers and offering them money to make up fake testimonials of how they left my super-secret cult "

I am not doing anything like that. Everything I have shared here is information that is publically available, and is right on the surface.

I am not doing anything wrong, or illegitimate.

If Eric Allen Bell is not a cult leader, why won't he answer questions? Why does he, instead, become a hysterical drama queen?

What about the bounty?
What about Clark Banner?

We are seeing the same thing here that David Christopher encountered in Murfreesboro: it is impossible to have a rational conversation with Eric Allen Bell.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 06/29/2018 02:27AM by livingengine.

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Re: Eric Allen Bell
Posted by: livingengine ()
Date: June 29, 2018 02:47AM

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Wikipedia
A tantrum, temper tantrum, meltdown or hissy fit is an emotional outburst, usually associated with children or those in emotional distress, that is typically characterized by stubbornness, crying, screaming, defiance, angry ranting, a resistance to attempts at pacification, and, in some cases, hitting, and other physically violent behavior. Physical control may be lost; the person may be unable to remain still; and even if the "goal" of the person is met, he or she may not be calmed. A tantrum may be expressed in a tirade: a protracted, angry, or angry speech. [en.wikipedia.org]

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Re: Eric Allen Bell
Posted by: livingengine ()
Date: June 30, 2018 12:59PM

I took Eric's advice, and contacted LinkedIn -

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"A certain LinkedIn member’s page is claiming to employ 80 people who are actually employees of a separate company not connected to him, at all. I have asked him about this, and he claims LinkedIn causes it. Is there any way LinkedIn could accidentally put false information on a person’s LinkedIn page? Has this ever happened?"

Here is their reply -

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LinkedIn
"Thanks for reaching out to us through LinkedIn Forums. This is a follow up email regarding your issue with.

I would like to inform you that all the information that you see on any member's profile comes from that member and not by LinkedIn.

When LinkedIn members add or edit a position on their profile, they specify their company. If they select a company from our list, they automatically show up on that organization's Company Page.
If someone accidentally selects the wrong company name from the list, their profile will be associated with the wrong Company Page. electronically."

"Eric Allen Bell gives no reason for anyone to believe anything that comes out of his mouth (or keyboard).." - David Christopher, "Eric Allen Bell and Discernment" [www.davidchristopher.net]


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Re: Eric Allen Bell
Posted by: Eric Allen Bell ()
Date: July 02, 2018 07:41PM

YOU ARE OBSESSED, CRAZY LARRY.

Get some help, before you hurt someone.

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Re: Eric Allen Bell
Posted by: livingengine ()
Date: July 03, 2018 01:37AM

LinkedIn says -

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Melwyn Martin, LinkedIn Safety Operations Support Specialist
Thanks for contacting us.

We're notifying the alleged infringer that the content will be removed within fourteen (14) days, unless we receive a valid Counter-Notice. If a valid Counter-Notice form is submitted, we'll let you know.

We're treating your claim seriously and as a result, it may take some time to process it.

Please be aware that although our claim process is designed to help you to the best of our ability, LinkedIn is not in a position to resolve legal disputes between third parties.

Regards,
Melwyn Martin
LinkedIn Safety Operations Support Specialist

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Re: Eric Allen Bell
Posted by: Eric Allen Bell ()
Date: July 03, 2018 03:44AM

Approaching page 30 now, Crazy Larry.

Does your obsession with typing away accusations and conspiracy theories about the same individual, for now 6 years, know no end?

Show a Psychiatrist all of the content you have put onto the web about me and ask that professional if you are mentally ill.

I'm sure you won't like the answer, so you won't ask the question.

I wonder, when you hit page 40 and page 50 on this forum, if the content will change at all, or whether or not it will just be the same mundane ranting on repeat.

Get some help Crazy Larry, before you hurt someone.

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