The good old Cyber-Terrorism …that’s cute. I wonder if the perpetrator knew that they were leaving incriminating trail of evidence when they decided to deploy this tactic.
So, this is one of those side effects of being a cult member guess. Since they lack the ability to think independently and critically, they tend to be sloppy with the tasks that they are ordered to do. Of course this is may not be the case with small simple tasks, but when they are asked to execute a sophisticated task and things don’t go right-they tend to panic. You can tell that they are panicking not by their facial expression, but by their use and pace of language. Instead of admitting their mistake and moving on, you will often see them trying to cover it up by re-defining the premise/original assignment. They will use all the fallacious techniques ([en.wikipedia.org
]) in the book to evade the question and always give you a “no answer” response. When everything else fails, they will find some excuse to walk away from the table and act like nothing ever happened.
Michael’s letter is full of these fallacious languages. He doesn’t ask honest questions, nor does he give you straight answers. He leaves it up to his followers to interpret them in the most favorable manner. So, if the message does not get conveyed the way he wanted it to, he will single out the interpreter(s) for not being able to properly decipher his obscure language.