Re: virus: Destroying CoV

Tadeusz Niwinski (
Fri, 07 Feb 1997 18:12:59 -0800

Reed Konsler wrote:
>>From: Tadeusz Niwinski <>
>>Date: Thu, 06 Feb 1997 12:58:29 -0800
>>Subject: Re: virus: Destroying CoV
>>Of course. This is honest and this is what I expect on this list. Now,
>>imagine you have an idea or even a "life purpose" to get people out of
>>believing the Earth is flat. You teach it, you write books about it. And
>>you say "I don't believe in the crap I am teaching". Would this be honest?
>>This was my point: you either believe something or you don't (you carry a
>>meme or not).
>Can you say: "Here. These models have been useful to me and some people
>I've talked with. They are not perfect ideas, and I don't BELIEVE them to
>be absolutely true...but it's better than anything else I've come up with,
>and I think might be useful to you. Perhaps together we can determine the
>limits and possibilities? Thanks for contributing!"

Great. We get close to "the cheating". Of course I can say the above!
Notice a difference though: "I don't BELIEVE them to be absolutely true" is
not the same as saying "there is no absolute truth, I kill it". Then come
the sequels: "I don't believe in what I say myself", "you will never be able
to understand it unless you jump to Level-3, which I will assist you at --
with books (you can buy from http:...) workshops and personal consultation".

Obviously, the reason Richard "brought" David R. to this list is to show
other memEmbers of the list how one can manipulate people with the notion
that reality does not exist, that there is no absolute truth, etc. The
Dr.Jekyll and Mr.Hyde strategy works very well, it's very educational.
Look, how many memembers are on Richard's side, just because they see him as
authority. I can't wait when he says: OK, this experiment is over, I *am*
David R.

Regards, Tadeusz (Tad) Niwinski from planet TeTa (604) 985-4159