Saturday, February 23, 2008

Sue me!

A little update on a couple of earlier posts on the subject of TERROR!! consultant Peter Power




It would seem that Peter, or someone claiming to be Peter, is upset at some of the things people are writing about him and has left a comment under a post on LWTC247's blog.

Power's comment and LWTC247's reply
are worth a read...



"...If this modern economic/political and religious beast along with its apparatchiks take legal against me, even if it results in a custodial sentence then so be it. I have already recognised and accepted that it will take political sacrifice to bring about the removal of this dreadful rotten situation that lies before us today. I hope any action you take against me would inspire others to see the parts of this beast, and rally strongly against it. Even if it doesn’t, I have the eternal personal satisfaction and sense of pride that I stood up against that I believe is a serious malignancy in the human race today..."


Nicely put...

On one level this is a very courageous position to take. On another, if you believe that there is a logical extrapolation of the direction our society is being directed in, it is also the most rational option - better to make a stand now whilst there is still some semblance of freedom, rather than wait a few years and the very real prospect of a wet towel over your face and a nightstick up your arse.

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5 comments:

Tony said...

Go search! Halliburton yields nice results...

Tony said...

A novel you might like...

Stef said...

well, if Bono likes the book it must be fucking excellent

lwtc247 said...

Cheers for your kind words Stef.

Peter is into risk assessment. It's possible he's applied an analysis to this situation. The balance between possibly opening up a can of worms as opposed to usefullness in silencing attnetion on him and his role in 7-7.

If he did then the analysis would be likely to say it's favourable.

But I fancy that in his 'game theory', he didn't set his fear level properly. Oh dear Peter.

Stef said...

@lwtc247

A direct quote from the list of services offered on the homepage of PP's firm...

Coaching anyone on your team more likely to face a media camera or microphone. How to take the media high ground and give exactly the right impression to all stakeholders. This involves creating bespoke simulated TV news broadcasts using a highly skilled ex SKY TV news presenter

Sadly, the exchange on your blog doesn't appear as an example case history