Who knows the real identities of some of the creepy people who leave comments on some of our diaries? It has been made very obvious by some of these other diarists that they visit select diaries specifically to disagree with the diarist. They consistently express their dislike for what you think and write, and if that doesn't affect you, they go after you personally. They make arguments using fictional sources and attack specific people writing on the Internet as often as they can. I have often noticed they express an unusual hatred of these people, in a manner that should be considered dangerous and suspect. One of Brett Kimberlin's targets has always been the now deceased Andrew Breitbart, a consistent target of hatred by at least one diarist here.
And so we have people like convicted felon Brett Kimberlin starting a 'non-profit' group being given funding support by people like George Soros, because Mr. Kimberlin is selling services aimed at supporting the occupier movement and putting conservative bloggers out of business. Or in other words, using whatever methods he sees fit to shut people up from using their constitutionally protected right to free speech. Just as all the non-profit groups connected to the occupier movement and by creeps like Soros do, they publish on their websites about how they seek only justice and non-violence and fairness and all the other crap that's been flowing from the Obama toilet for too many years now.
But Mr. Kimberlin is really just another sociopathic domestic terrorist using the friendly world of non-profits to hide, and yet mingle among those currently polluting and funding the Democrat Party. Yes, Mr. Kimberlin was convicted for domestic bombings. Using Department of Defense insignia and the Presidential Seal, he was able to sneak into his possession the bomb materials he needed. He was convicted for these crimes as well. One of his bombs was placed at a high school, and a man and his wife were severely injured for making the mistake of picking up the gym back Mr. Kimberlin left at the school.
And Mr. Kimberlin is well known for being a pathological liar, something you might think is a favored hobby among the Marxist progressives Obama has polluted Washington, DC with. In fact, there is a book that was written by one journalist's attempt to write another book, that turned out to be based on lies by Brett Kimberlin made about Dan Quayle!
Citizen K: The Deeply Weird American Journey of Brett Kimberlin is reviewed by Amazon this way: "This book relates a journalist's worst nightmare: of getting deeply involved in a "big story" based on information from a single source who turns out to be a world-class liar. During the 1992 Presidential campaign Singer wrote a story for the New Yorker about the allegations by Brett Kimberlin, a former marijuana dealer then in prison for a series of bombings, that he had once sold marijuana to Vice President Dan Quayle. (The cartoonist Garry Trudeau was another journalist who pushed this story hard.) After signing a book contract to expand the story, Singer invested more and more time,and became frustrated by holes, inconsistencies and dead ends in Kimberlin's tale. Embroiled in a Kafkaesque mystery, Singer recounts his painstaking journalistic detective work, and his growing sense that this would be the story that got away."
And from Publisher's Weekly: "After Garry Trudeau in 'Doonesbury,' the New Yorker's Mark Singer was possibly the most prominent journalist to sympathetically report allegations that convict Brett Kimberlin had sold marijuana to Dan Quayle when the Vice-President was a law student. Indeed, Singer signed a contract with Kimberlin to write a book, but Kimberlin turns out to be a top-flight con man, as the author reveals with dismay and near admiration. So this picaresque detective story has a mea culpa at its heart, an effort to explain how certain things, such as former Harvard Law dean Erwin Griswold's support for Kimberlin's court appeal and Kimberlin's muzzling by federal officials, helped build an edifice of sand. Singer conscientiously reconstructs Kimberlin's history of crime ... he was a drug smuggler and, mostly likely, the man behind some vicious bombings in Indianapolis. Some of this narrative gets tedious, yet it's part of Singer's effort to contrast facts with Kimberlin's confident but 'apparitional' explanations. Leavening the story are Singer's tales of Kimberlin's charmed life behind bars: he wangled unlimited long-distance phone service, became the jailhouse lawyer for numerous Mafiosi and snared an impressive legal support group. Now free, the former dope smuggler helps ship commodities to Ukraine; but when Kimberlin (with Singer in tow) had a chance to meet Quayle at a book signing, he refused to confront him. Quayle, it now seems, deserves apologies."
If the evidence shows us that Mr. Kimberlin has not only an affection for mingling in the world of our justice system as a lawsuit fanatic (kind of like Obama and Eric Holder), and if the evidence shows us Mr. Kimberlin has a history of terror bombings against our own communities, and if the evidence shows us Mr. Kimberlin has no aversion to making false statements as a means of getting his twisted revenge on people, I think Mr. Kimberlin deserves some attention for his busy efforts. Furthermore, I think people who have blindly aligned themselves with various elements of the occupier conspiracy and the Obama administration need to dig deeper into who some of these people they have affections for really are.
The safety of our communities and the protection of our first amendment rights depends on it.
The destructive spin of making Brett Kimberlin a victim of his crimes has played a role in attracting revenue for his interests. Reminds me of Obama and how they spin facts for their purpose-of-the-day. Below is an image I found, whereas the same tired tactics Obama uses to smear and divide are expressed in the defense of Brett Kimberlin.
Below is a more recent picture of creepy Kimberlin: