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The Examiner Bans Alfred Webre and Exopolitics

Postby ryguy » Fri Dec 09, 2011 4:25 am

Best news I've heard in a very long time.

I've always been disgusted with the Examiner for hosting the lunatic postings of Alfred Webre. But today, I received an email from exopolitics.com (somehow I got thrown onto their mailing list), telling people to boycott Examiner for its ban against the Seattle Exopolitics Examiner.

Webre calls it an "Illuminati-agenda-inspired media hit." The plea was also hosted by the idiots at UFO Digest that apparently will post anything.

Here's the email:

(Oh...and THANK YOU EXAMINER FOR FINALLY WAKING UP)


Video: Examiner.com ‘Operation Mockingbird’-like censorship leads to call for consumer boycott

By Jon Kelly YourInnerVoice.com

Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Tribunal Judge and founder of Exopolitics Alfred Lambremont Webre is calling for consumers to occupy an immediate boycott of pay-per-impression advertising funded news website Examiner.com. Citing a “frontal assault on the Truth movement,” Mr. Webre shows a timeline of events demonstrating how Examiner.com’s corporate publication ban against the Seattle Exopolitics Examiner is an Illuminati agenda-inspired media hit targeting the columnist who revealed President Barack Obama’s participation in the CIA’s secret Mars visitation program.

In an email, Examiner.com Pacific Experience Director Matt Sandy cited multiple Terms of Service violations discovered during a recent audit of what was formerly one of the most popular national political news columns on the site. Mr. Sandy further concluded how Exopolitics news is not “the type of content” that editors want associated with Examiner.com, a division of Clarity Media Group which Mr. Webre describes as “an exploitative company owned by a right-wing billionaire.”

[video= http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-LXy10AFXiE]

Click here to watch Boycott Examiner.com!, a 55 minute video interview on SecretMessageTV where Alfred Lambremont Webre describes the “Operation Mockingbird”-like corporate publication ban and calls for consumers to boycott Examiner.com.

Operation Mockingbird is the name of a secret Central Intelligence Agency media-influencing campaign developed in 1948 by the CIA director of covert action with objectives including propaganda and economic warfare. One source describes how congressional hearings in 1976 proved the CIA had bribed editors and reporters in most mainstream US media outlets in exchange for promoting CIA-authored content and suppressing stories of international significance.

The Church Committee (United States Senate Select Committee to Study Governmental Operations with Respect to Intelligence Activities) report stated that "The CIA currently maintains a network of several hundred foreign individuals around the world who provide intelligence for the CIA and at times attempt to influence opinion through the use of covert propaganda. These individuals provide the CIA with direct access to a large number of newspapers and periodicals, scores of press services and news agencies, radio and television stations, commercial book publishers, and other foreign media outlets."

In a recent article for UFO Digest, Alfred Lambremont Webre says that Examiner.com’s corporate publication ban furthers “a cover-up of U.S. President Barack Obama’s visits to Mars as part of the secret U.S. Mars program, 1980-83, to which independent eyewitnesses Andrew D. Basiago and William Brett Stillings so testified live on Coast to Coast AM on November 11, 2011 (11.11.11).”

A story that was first published on Examiner.com relates how Mr. Basiago and Mr. Stillings attended a 1980 “three-week factual seminar about Mars to prepare them for trips that were then later taken to Mars via teleportation. The course was taught by remote viewing pioneer Major Ed Dames, who was then serving as a scientific and technical intelligence officer for the U.S. Army.”

“Two of the eight other teenagers in Major Dames’ class that they can identify today were Barack Obama, who was then using the name “Barry Soetoro,” and Regina Dugan, who Mr. Obama appointed the 19th director and first female director of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) in 2009.”

“[Examiner.com] is an Illuminati sweatshop rag on the internet.” – Alfred Lambremont Webre

In the early part of the last decade, former self-described Illuminati “mind-programmer,” "Svali" wrote numerous articles on ritual abuse for Suite101.com, describing the Illuminati as a powerful secret organization within one percent of the U.S. population "that has infiltrated all social institutions and is covertly preparing a military takeover.”

“The Illuminati has planned first for a financial collapse that will make the great depression look like a picnic. This will occur through the manoeuvring [sic] of the great banks and financial institutions of the world, through stock manipulation, and interest rate changes. Most people will be indebted to the federal government through bank and credit card debt, etc. The governments will recall all debts immediately, but most people will be unable to pay and will be bankrupted. This will cause generalized financial panic, which will occur simultaneously worldwide, as the Illuminists firmly believe in controlling people through finances.”

The Denver Business Journal has reported how Fortune once placed Clarity Media Group’s primary investor, secretive billionaire Philip Anschutz, at the top of a list of executives who sold off shares while their companies crashed, calling him the nation’s “greediest executive” in 2002. An active Republican political donor, Mr. Anschutz was a supporter of George W. Bush, whose administration once overruled Native American objections to oil drilling operations at Montana’s Weatherman Draw in favor of the Anschutz Exploration Corporation.

Alfred Lambremont Webre notes how Examiner.com’s action against the Seattle Exopolitics Examiner took place in tandem with events surrounding the Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Tribunal, which handed down a verdict on Nov. 22, 2011, finding “former U.S. President George W. Bush and former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair guilty of crimes against peace for the invasion of Iraq in which 1.4 million Iraqis were killed.”

How does a consumer boycott of Examiner.com work? Mr. Webre offers these suggestions:

1. Examiner.com is an exploitative company owned by a right-wing billionaire - According to one source, "Examiner.com is a media company based in Denver, Colorado, that operates a network of local news websites, allowing "pro–am contributors"[1][2] to share their city-based knowledge on a blog-like platform, in 238 markets throughout the United States and parts of Canada with two national editions, one for each country.

"Examiner.com is a division of Clarity Media Group, with the primary investor being billionaire businessman Philip Anschutz, owner of Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG), Regal Cinemas, and other media and entertainment companies. Examiner.com has over 55,000 contributors, commonly referred to on the site as "Examiners."

"The company derives its name from Anschultz [sic] /Clarity's 2004 purchase of the San Francisco Examiner which had previously owned the examiner.com domain.

"Pay scale

"Examiners are paid based on a black box system considering page views and other metrics, or the "Gawker-model", made famous by the blog Gawker.com. During 2009 many of the writers were receiving $0.01 per page view. Examiner.com later offered a variety of pay scale options to their writers. Examiner.com now bases compensation on variables such as subscriptions, page view traffic and session length.

"The company has been criticized for the low compensation received by some contributors, although Examiner.com claims it communicates contributors should not consider this full-time employment, and "tries to be very clear and transparent that this isn't a 'quit your day job' opportunity.”

"Examiner.com has been criticized for its lack of verification and fact-checking of stories published on the site, including accusations of plagiarism."

2. Examiner.com derives the bulk of its revenue from consumer (reader) click-throughs. Every time you as a reader click through to read an article on Examiner.com, the company is paid a royalty by its advertisers.

3. The consumer boycott is simple. Just avoid Examiner.com and let your friends and networks know you are avoiding Examiner.com and hitting Examiner.com where it hurts – in its revenues by refusing to click through to Examiner.com.

4. Please let your friends and networks know you are boycotting Examiner.com because it is promoting the CIA’s Obama on Mars cover-up, and its direct assault on the Truth movement and Truth movement journalists like Alfred Lambremont Webre.
FULL ARTICLE:
http://www.ufodigest.com/article/video- ... er-boycott

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Like the Occupy movement really needs a lunatic like Webre jumping on the bandwagon. Stay away Webre. Please commit yourself and get better, you are making a complete fool out of yourself.

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Re: The Examiner Bans Alfred Webre and Exopolitics

Postby bonaventura » Sat Dec 10, 2011 2:24 am

"Making a fool out of himself"? What's to make?
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Re: The Examiner Bans Alfred Webre and Exopolitics

Postby philliman » Sat Dec 10, 2011 7:18 pm

It's great news indeed. There's currently nobody else who brings so much ridicule and harm to this field than him.

Webre being a judge of the Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Tribunal? What's it all about? Is that for real? Unbelievable?!
http://www.nst.com.my/local/general/act ... ir-1.10474
http://lib.store.yahoo.net/lib/realityz ... rimes.html

How did he get in there?! Kinda scary to see.

Edit to add:
Ok, as it seems it's not any kind of organization which is connected to any kind of government at all and so has no power.

The Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Commission (KLWCC), also known as the Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Tribunal, is a local non-governmental organisation established in 2007 by Mahathir Mohamad to investigations of allegations of war crimes in Iraq, Palestinian territories and Lebanon.[1] Initial hearings are scheduled to be heard on November 19-22, 2011
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kuala_Lump ... Commission

Maybe Webre's just in it to make his followers believe that he could be some kind of important person. Anyway best thing Examiner.com ever did so far.
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Re: The Examiner Bans Alfred Webre and Exopolitics

Postby Smersh » Mon Dec 12, 2011 3:07 am

ryguy wrote: ... I've always been disgusted with the Examiner for hosting the lunatic postings of Alfred Webre ...


Yes, his articles as so far-fetched and ridiculous they make Michael Salla's only seem silly by comparison. However, I daresay Webre will find another outlet for his fairy stories before long - somewhere like Before It's News perhaps, or Michael Cohen's All News Crock. (Maybe even the Daily Mail ... :wink: )

philliman wrote: ... Webre being a judge of the Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Tribunal? What's it all about? Is that for real? Unbelievable?!
http://www.nst.com.my/local/general/act ... ir-1.10474
http://lib.store.yahoo.net/lib/realityz ... rimes.html ...

How did he get in there?! Kinda scary to see ...


Yes Phil, I couldn't believe that when I saw it somewhere the other day either. According to Wikipedia Webre is a lawyer and a member of the District of Columbia bar.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alfred_Webre

As I mentioned over on your Facebook link, a few months ago I tried to debunk one of Webre's loony Examiner articles using the Facebook comments below the article, but I tried to enter it several times and the comment did not appear. I don't know if it was because Webre was vetting all the comments before he allowed them to appear (it's the only reason I can think of why it didn't show) but if he was, then him complaining about censorship brings to mind pots and kettles. :roll:

Incidentally, I thought the Examiner had not only dumped Webre, but had trashed all his articles as well. But I just found this. There may be others that have survived as well, not sure.
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Re: The Examiner Bans Alfred Webre and Exopolitics

Postby MikeJamieson » Thu Jan 26, 2012 5:21 pm

Does the Examiner have a better reputation as a news source than I had imagined?

Lots of wacky stuff still gets posted there, imo.....at the time this latest chapter erupted on Facebook, I felt that encouraging censorship of Webre or anyone else at that particular site was not cool. Still don't like the energy behind calls for that type of thing but if the Examiner is a place that really does try to have a certain baseline level of credibility, then they are clearly within rights to give him the boot.

This saga seems to have continuing episodes, btw.....flaring up now and then with threats of lawsuits, etc apparently being made. Looks like a Webre surrogate may have posted an article at the Examiner site recently?
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The Examiner Bans Alfred Webre and Exopolitics

Postby Zep Tepi » Thu Jan 26, 2012 8:45 pm

Hi Mike, good to see you :)
Do you have a link for the article?

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Re: The Examiner Bans Alfred Webre and Exopolitics

Postby MikeJamieson » Thu Jan 26, 2012 10:19 pm

Do you have a link for the article?



Hi Steve.....I am pretty sure I can get that for you when I'm not limited to this country dial up and pages not loading. I saw the link posted in my Facebook news feed....where I notice everything people put up because I kept the friends list short when signing up at FB a second time. Jeffrey Pritchett of the Church of Mabus Radio Show posted it and the comments thread, where he and Alfred Webre seemed to have an extensive back and forth. The article, if I remember right, was written by a woman and it was Jeffrey asserting that it was written by someone possibly fronting for Webre, if I remember right. Right now I was able to go back 36 hours on Jeffrey's FB wall....this damn computer freezes up beyond that. But, when I get somewhere where I can fire up the Ipad, I will find that for you....it's good because Alfred posts in response to Pritchett, in the comments thread. I don't remember what the article was about, lol!

Michael Salla recently posted some sort of article talking about all of this.

I wonder if anyone can do a regular tv show on the adventures of the young Barack Obama teleporting to Mars? Do these guys own the rights to that? :-)
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Re: The Examiner Bans Alfred Webre and Exopolitics

Postby MikeJamieson » Fri Jan 27, 2012 3:45 pm

Just saw a two year old article linked in my news feed this am that possibly may have been a starting point for this Obama/CIA/Mars traveler story to be developed by others:

http://www.newsbuster.com/pages/content/bombshell-barack-obama-outed-as-cia-creation.html
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Re: The Examiner Bans Alfred Webre and Exopolitics

Postby Smersh » Thu Feb 02, 2012 11:10 pm

MikeJamieson wrote:Does the Examiner have a better reputation as a news source than I had imagined? ...


The short answer to that Mike is probably not. However, dumping Webre is a good start!
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