As you read these stories, one thing should be clear. All three of the major plot lines have one thing in common... they all involve the angry reaction of right wing cretins who objected to having light shone on the things they were trying to do under the cover of darkness.
Bill Looman, the tin-plated dictator of a "militia" leader who commandeered a North Georgia housing association to turn it into his own private racist military fiefdom? He liked it when the media portrayed him as the plucky little businessman standing firm in the face of what he called the restrictive policies of President Obama. He didn't like it nearly as much when he was shown to be a cowardly bully, using the power given to him by a fellow right wing land owner to terrorize other homeowners into either complying with his power grab or being pushed out of the development, losing their homes and property.
My coverage of the Looman story led to a tip about another gang of right wing cowards who were…
Accretion of power. Separating willing fools from their money through deceit. These are common threads within the stories I have covered, from Bill Looman's reign of terror in a North Georgia homeowner's association, through Operation Burn Notice's childish deflections from their failed attempt to siphon funds from a legitimate non-profit website, to the National Bloggers' Club and its scheme to fleece the flock in the name of "getting" the evil Brett Kimberlin.
Another thing in common... the don't like their stories being told.
In our last installment, we followed young Ali Akbar from his Texas jail cell to his ascension of the ladder of moderate right wing acclaim. We continue from my ebook. "Eating Breitbart."
It is now May 2008. Prominent Georgia conservative blogger, “The Peach Pundit” is whining
about the lack of decent candidates to run against incumbent Democratic congressman John
Barrow. In the blog's comment section, Akbar inv…
Anyone who has ever Googled my name realizes that I have been the target of a sustained right wing smear job. When asked about it by reasonable people, it's hard to explain why a small, cowardly group of reputation assassins would have fixated on me to the point where their serial lies have more sustained bandwidth online than any attempt of mine to counter the false narrative with the truth.
Over the next weeks and months, I will use this blog -- as well as recently recovered blog posts I've written over the years -- to attempt to explain my side of the story.
Compare what I've been writing since 2011 to the official right wing dogma. Decide for yourself who and what I am.