Thursday, March 27, 2014

The Great Florida Facebook Trial

Apparently the "threats" Bill White is accused of in Florida are from a Facebook page which was not in fact set up by him, but by operatives of the government of the United States. This is from the Bill White Trial Blog at

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If the Roanoke trial ever finishes, the Florida trial is still looming around the corner. As of yet, no one knows anything about what this one involves, except for some spurious anonymous emails and posts on forums which haven’t been presented yet. 

However, I’m strongly expecting the Facebook page to return again from the dead and haunt Bill, so those of you who were unlucky enough to be connected to it, you will  be featuring in the next trial too. I’m expecting to see some new faces appear. 

The Facebook page, regardless of who wrote it, is full of crap. There is no other way to say this.  So I want you to pay special attention to the fact that I am saying whoever or whatever made the posts that shall be appearing soon, clearly had no intent or no capability to back them up. 

The key point to remember is that internet content gets accorded with more credibility than what it is worth, because of the confusion between reality and fiction that becomes blurred during internet statements. What is fictional, is taken as factual, independent of any arising or connected events. 

There were 54 people connected to the Facebook profile in question – only 54. Most of these were also fake accounts from anti-fascist "activists" and government informants, so we can slash that down to probably twenty real people. Out of that twenty, there are only roughly ten in the United States. So who exactly was supposed to be carrying out the threats Bill White is accused of? 

From what I saw on that Facebook page Bill’s (if it was Bill) only real contacts in the U.S. were an old woman and the informer from the Roanoke case. God knows who the morons are that will be accused of being Bill White’s Florida stooges, because as far as I can see there is no one who could be involved, bar the old woman and the informer (both of whom seem unrealistic possibilities.)

Given that half of the page's contacts are AFA or informers, the prospect that one of them did post items should not be ruled out, however.

Real and credible threats to national security do not rant online, nor do they type “hey look at my FB profile, come on over and please arrest me/shoot me in the head” across the internet. That’s an entirely different issue to criminal behavior. If those posts were made by Bill White, he needs a psychologist not prison. Either that, or he didn’t make them. 

-Gabriele d'Annunizo


Anonymous SpenglersGhost said...

Facebook took the page down when an anonymous individual reported it as 'fake'. This means that Facebook agreed it was fake.

7:57 PM  

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