Message to the Topix Community from W...

Message to the Topix Community from West Virginia

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Pasadena Troll

Pasadena, CA

#1 Dec 2, 2010
I think a lot of the folks from Logan are good company.

_Virginia_
Level 5

Since: Apr 10

Location hidden

#2 Dec 2, 2010
Pasadena Troll wrote:
I think a lot of the folks from Logan are good company.
I agree PT.
Pasadena Troll

Pasadena, CA

#3 Dec 2, 2010
common ground

_Virginia_
Level 5

Since: Apr 10

Location hidden

#4 Dec 2, 2010
Yes. the WV community on Topix is awesome.

“Who knew it would be this”

Level 1

Since: May 10

boring without The Avenger!

#5 Dec 2, 2010
I seem to like Trolles from Pasadena.

oops did I say Trolles. Trolls... silly computer.
FYI

Oak Park, IL

#6 Dec 2, 2010
This argument still going? That's it, keep those post numbers up.

Ahhh, just one more thing. None of you work for Topix, yet you're all ABSOLUTELY sure Topix is totally behaving themselves? LOL
Im Ron Too

Pasadena, CA

#7 Dec 2, 2010
Topix is not behaving themselves, far from it. They cynically turn a blind eye to horrible abuse, in order to exploit it for increased traffic. I just don't assume a massive conspiracy against me when I read something I don't like.
rider

Marquette, MI

#8 Dec 2, 2010
Permindex
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
(July 2009)
Permindex
Formation 1958 Switzerland
Purpose/focus Trade
Louis Bloomfield
Permindex was a trade organization created in 1958 by Canadian lawyer Louis Bloomfield who became its president and chairman of its board. Its name was a contraction of "Permanent Industrial [edit] De Gaulle assassination attempt allegations
Permindex was implicated in the financing of the 1962 Organisation de l'armée secrète (OAS) assassination attempt on French President Charles de Gaulle.[2][3] Guy Banister, in 1962, dispatched an associate, Maurice Brooks Gatlin - legal counsel of Banister's "Anti-Communist League of the Caribbean", to Paris to deliver a suitcase containing $200,000 for the OAS[4]. The source of the funds was the Bank Hapoalim owned by the Histadrut and they were channeled into Banque du Credit Internationale accounts maintained by Permindex. Canadian Louis Bloomfield was the head of Permindex, head of FBI Division Five and leading fund raiser for Histadrut in Canada.[5]

Following this investigation and accusations by the Italian Press that Permindex was a cover for CIA espionage in Italy the Italian government expelled Permindex in 1962 for subversive activities.[4][6].

JFK assassination allegations
During his investigations of Clay Shaw and the Trial of Clay Shaw New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison was able to connect Permindex to figures he accused of participating in the John F. Kennedy Assassination. Clay Shaw head of the New Orleans International Trade Mart, in the 1962 edition of Who's Who in the South and Southwest, gave biographical information that he was on the board of directors of Permindex[4]

Guy Banister linked to Permindex through the attempted assassination of de Gaulle had strong links to both pro-Castro and anti-Castro figures in the New Orleans area. He was also accused of being an associate of Clay Shaw[4].

In New Orleans, Delphine Roberts (Guy Banister's secretary) identified Permindex board member Ferenc Nagy from his photograph as someone she had seen at Guy Banister's office. Ferenc Nagy was a long-time asset of CIA Deputy Director of Plans, Frank Wisner. Nagy's partner in the leadership of PERMINDEX was Giorgio Mantello, aka George Mandel, aka George Mantello who during World War II had traded in Jewish refugees, profiting handsomely from their misery from his perch at the consulate of El Salvador in Bern. It was Mandel who had been the official founder of PERMINDEX. CIA kept silent, but the State Department learned that, as 'Georges Mandel,' Mantello had been engaged in the 'wartime Jewish refugee racket' until he was expelled from Switzerland[7].

In the spring of 1958, Enrico Mantello, the vice president of PERMINDEX and brother of Giorgio, visited New Orleans. Touring the Trade Mart, he invited Clay Shaw to join the board of directors as a means of defusing the criticism of PERMINDEX; its critics by now included the State Department itself. Nagy appeared at the American Embassy in Rome to announce that he intended 'to strengthen US control in PERMINDEX by adding to its Board of Directors a Mr. Shaw, who is in charge of the New Orleans, Louisiana permanent exhibit.'
FYI

Oak Park, IL

#9 Dec 2, 2010
Im Ron Too wrote:
Topix is not behaving themselves, far from it. They cynically turn a blind eye to horrible abuse, in order to exploit it for increased traffic. I just don't assume a massive conspiracy against me when I read something I don't like.
I agree this latest conspiracy can't be proven either way. People have a right to be suspicious and of course the braintrust here have a right to plead innocent.

And, certainly nobody is going to argue with this post I copied. But there's one more question that has to be answered. Is Topix paying people to create "this horrible abuse?" I think yes.
Perry Noid

Oceanside, CA

#10 Dec 2, 2010
FYI wrote:
<quoted text>
.....Topix paying people to create "this horrible abuse?" I think yes.
Why buy the cow when you get the milk for free?
Awesome

Lamoni, IA

#11 Dec 2, 2010
FYI wrote:
This argument still going? That's it, keep those post numbers up.
Ahhh, just one more thing. None of you work for Topix, yet you're all ABSOLUTELY sure Topix is totally behaving themselves? LOL
I do not think Tolles has a good policy, or good intentions. does that help? sort of cut down on your lies a bit?
Awesome

Lamoni, IA

#12 Dec 2, 2010
So you think Dupage was paid?
FYI wrote:
<quoted text>
I agree this latest conspiracy can't be proven either way. People have a right to be suspicious and of course the braintrust here have a right to plead innocent.
And, certainly nobody is going to argue with this post I copied. But there's one more question that has to be answered. Is Topix paying people to create "this horrible abuse?" I think yes.
FYI

Oak Park, IL

#13 Dec 3, 2010
Perry Noid wrote:
<quoted text>
Why buy the cow when you get the milk for free?
You've had to endure a lot here. For free?

-Kevin-
Level 10

Since: Nov 09

Smirk .. ;-)

#14 Oct 7, 2012
Thanks!

“<3”

Level 9

Since: Jun 10

Black Rock City, NV

#15 Oct 7, 2012
trololo?

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