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Offline Steve Howsley

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That’s just ridiculous. A new guy was shocked to find out what David was doing, and that reinvigorated the debate about the issue. Then you have the fact that members stepped in to support the site recently and the atmosphere is affected by that. Your take on the conspiracy is pretty fun though.

Of course you will defend the indefensible. That's why you are here. Try as you might but the

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has been seen by all to have crapped in its own nest. I think DVP is better off out of the place and over time the

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will be the big loser.


Offline David Von Pein

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When Steve Howsley said this....

"It became obvious months ago that there was a plan forming to create a situation that would result in his [DVP's] expulsion."

....he might have been referring (at least in part) to the absolutely absurd "Forum Rule" that led to this February 2019 discussion (archived at my website, of course), during which I was literally ORDERED by the

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owner to start a new thread at the

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forum and apologize to the forum owner for something I said at a completely DIFFERENT Internet site.

That's how ridiculous the

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Forum "rules" are. And, IMO, that whole bizarre episode was "created" totally by the forum owner. It wasn't created by me. It was an over-reaction by Mr. Gordon. And I think even a lot of CTers would agree with that assessment.

« Last Edit: September 02, 2019, 11:08:12 AM by David Von Pein »

Offline David Von Pein

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Perhaps you missed these comments.....

Also the material that David's website provides is an amazing resource for anyone interested in the topic and for that alone we should be grateful.

As  someone who occasionally found a quote of mine on his pages, (usually from a discussion I had long forgotten about), my thoughts were "big deal".

Yet I would defend David's rights to operate his website as he sees fit. As with anything in life, surely "caveat emptor" applies after all.

From someone who doesn’t think you are a paid scumbag......and you can quote me.

Does that disqualify me as a CT?

No, I didn't miss those comments at all, Colin. I appreciate those kind sentiments. Thank you.

And, no, you're not disqualified as a "CT" (unless you've completely flipped sides and have become an LNer since I last talked with you). But, based on our conversations in the past, you're certainly one of the friendlier CTers I've run across on the Internet. :-)

Offline Michael Walton

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To Dave VP,

I've always wanted to ask you this. You're obviously a staunch supporter of the official theories and their subsequent conclusions. That Oswald murdered Kennedy all by himself, that all shots were fired by him, that he murdered Tippit all by himself, and that Jack Ruby, also acting alone, went down into the basement and murdered Oswald because he was patriotic and wanted to spare Jackie Kennedy the turmoil of coming to Dallas and testifying at Oswald's trial.

You don't seem to be a Kennedy hater since you post all manner of radio broadcasts, TV broadcasts and such on your site. You've created a nice historical record of Kennedy. Now, I also know that you run ads on that site so I don't know if your motives are truly altruistic.

But anyway, back to that pesky question I wanted to ask you. Do you not find anything - anything at all - in this case that's just a tiny bit odd, that goes just a little bit beyond the pale of it being coincidental? Anything that just seems like it couldn't happen that way because it just seems ever so slightly implausible?

Now, I'm asking you this for an honest discussion and I'm not trying to stir any

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with you here. And please don't post all manner of links to your site here. I'd like to hear it from you directly. Because, let's face it, there are plenty of LN crazies out there as well CT crazies. Like many CT crazies do, posting crazy

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about Oswald's teeth and math formulas related to the Z film and the Russians did it, there are also LN crazies posting all kinds of crazy animated GIFs and such and often dodging genuine debate.

So I'd like to just hear your thoughts on this, about why you think it's 100% Oswald, all of the time.


Offline Otto Beck

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Von P's LN nutter friends (or the moderator) should tell him to suck it up, STFU, and move on.

Offline Peter Goth

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I'm amazed he thinks he can bash the moderator elsewhere, and then expect to continue to post there.

Offline David Von Pein

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I'm amazed he thinks he can bash the moderator elsewhere, and then expect to continue to post there.

Because that moderator has no right to restrict what I choose to say (even about him) on another Internet location. It's called FREEDOM OF SPEECH.

And I cannot believe anyone (even a staunch CTer) would be defending such an incredibly unfair "rule" as this one which is on the books at

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"Any current member who casts aspersions about the Forum and/or its membership—either from within the forum or outside the forum—may lose their posting privileges or indeed be banned."

And keep in mind that the above idiotic rule also applies to merely "casting aspersions" about the FORUM ITSELF (as a whole)! Not JUST about its individual members.

It's mind-bogglingly Unconstitutional.

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Offline Jerry Freeman

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Constitutional  free speech does not apply on internet forums. I refer to Alex Jones vs. YouTube as an example.

Offline Peter Goth

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Because that moderator has no right to restrict what I choose to say (even about him) on another Internet location. It's called FREE SPEECH.

And I cannot believe anyone (even a staunch CTer) would be defending such an incredibly unfair "rule" as this one which is on the books at

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"Any current member who casts aspersions about the Forum and/or its membership—either from within the forum or outside the forum—may lose their posting privileges or indeed be banned."

And keep in mind that the above idiotic rule also applies to merely "casting aspersions" about the FORUM ITSELF (as a whole)! Not JUST about its individual members.

It's mind-bogglingly Unconstitutional.


Bash your employer on Facebook and see what happens.
That's free speech isn't it?

the key is "...expects to come back and post."
Do you think posting is a right? - or a privilege?

You're being allowed to post here, aren't you?
- could you bash the mgmnt here on fb..and expect to post?

Offline Michael Walton

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Because that moderator has no right to restrict what I choose to say (even about him) on another Internet location. It's called FREE SPEECH.

And I cannot believe anyone (even a staunch CTer) would be defending such an incredibly unfair "rule" as this one which is on the books at

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:

"Any current member who casts aspersions about the Forum and/or its membership—either from within the forum or outside the forum—may lose their posting privileges or indeed be banned."

And keep in mind that the above idiotic rule also applies to merely "casting aspersions" about the FORUM ITSELF (as a whole)! Not JUST about its individual members.

It's mind-bogglingly Unconstitutional.


Dave - did you see my post above before it got buried by rambling? Do you care to reply?


 

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