エバ・バートレット 2: ずくなしの冷や水

2018年06月08日

エバ・バートレット 2

※ Eva Bartlett認証済みアカウント @EvaKBartlett
Kamm, who stalks @NeilClark66 and now @georgegalloway, is pushing the chemical hoax from his comfortable UK existence.
I went to Douma, Syrian civilians and hospital staff said no chemical attack. For Kamm, are these Syrians "useful idiots"?

https://www.rt.com/op-ed/428514-douma-civilians-chemical-hoax/https://twitter.com/OliverKamm/status/1004579225595207680

※ Eva Bartlett認証済みアカウント @EvaKBartlett氏の2018/6/8のツイート
"For almost 11 years now I have been the victim of a relentless and very disturbing campaign of stalking, harassment, defamation and malicious falsehood carried out by an ex-banker & hedge-fund manager named Oliver Kamm."

※ Eva Bartlett認証済みアカウント @EvaKBartlett氏の2018/6/8のツイート
This is a quote from @NeilClark66 fundraising for legal fees. Not my words, though I did get Kammed on Wikipedia.

Neil Clark
Saturday, October 01, 2016
A Sign of The Times- The Vicious Vendettas of Oliver Kamm, cyberstalker
I'm launching a crowd-funded legal action for libel and harassment against Oliver Kamm, The Times newspaper and Rupert Murdoch. Here's why:

A SIGN OF THE TIMES- THE VICIOUS VENDETTAS OF OLIVER KAMM, CYBERSTALKER
Neil Clark

The author of a-pro Iraq war book sees it critically reviewed in a national newspaper. He then spends over ten years stalking, attacking, hounding and defaming the anti-war author of the review. He even tweets the Minutes of the reviewer’s local parish council meetings in an attempt to discredit his ‘enemy’. He attacks articles written by the wife of the reviewer on the rare occasions she ventures into print. He boasts about his efforts in ‘destroying’ the reviewer’s career in a blog post.
He tweets obsessively about the 'obscure' reviewer and when the reviewers’ work is cited or praised by someone with a high profile on Twitter, he intervenes to warn them off with claims that the reviewer is a ‘fake’, a ’fraud’, a ‘crank’ and a ‘genocide denier‘.



Then, after he is finally questioned under caution of arrest by the police in relation to stalking/harassment activities, the author accuses the person he has been relentlessly persecuting of harassing him- and falsely claims that his victim has been ordered by the police not to contact him, his family and his employers!

Sounds like pretty disturbing behaviour, don’t you think? I certainly would agree, but as I’ve found out over the past decade, waging vicious vendettas - and telling lies in an attempt to destroy the reputation of his ‘enemies’ is par for the course for Mr Oliver Kamm, ‘former banker, Leader Writer and Columnist, The Times’ and author of ‘Anti-Totalitarianism-The Left Wing Case for a NeoConservative Foreign Policy’.

Kamm’s behaviour is a scandal, but even more shocking has been how powerful individuals in the British neocon Establishment have not only protected the Internet stalker, but promoted him.

My review of Kamm’s book was published by the Daily Telegraph on New Years Eve 2005. It was critical, but as reviews go, not particularly harsh- and certainly nowhere near as harsh as the bile-dripping book reviews that Kamm himself writes for The Times. What I did not know, when I filed copy, was that the book’s author was an incredibly malicious and vindictive individual with a history of cyber-stalking and online persecution of people whose views he disagreed with.

The day after the review appeared, Kamm attacked me on his blog- and accused me of not reading his book. The first of over twenty-five posts devoted to attacking/denigrating me (or my wife) over the next two years, was no mindless rant, but was clearly designed to discredit me with newspapers who commissioned my work.


In subsequent blog posts that month Kamm made further allegations against me which I responded to on my own blog. I had said that the source for one of my claims in the review was The Institute of Strategic Studies Organisation. I had meant The International Strategic Studies Association. Kamm attempted to build this up into a heinous offence, writing that ‘a reasonable person might readily take this as a reference to the well known International Institute of Strategic Studies’. I think ‘a reasonable person’ would think Kamm was making a mountain out of a molehill in a deliberate attempt to discredit the reviewer of his book.

Kamm’s initial attempts to discredit me didn’t work, but then there was a more sinister development. A poison-pen style email, from a ‘George Courtenay’ was sent to Tom Switzer, the opinion editor of The Australian newspaper, who regularly commissioned me. The email read:
‘I see you have published an opinion article by Neil Clark today. That's all good to print a range of views but you may be interested that Oliver Kamm of the London Times has been investigating Mr. Clark's use of sources. Mr.Clark doesn't say the same thing in his new article but as he's lied to other editors I'm bringing it to your attention'.
G. Courtenay

※ Russian Platform @RussiaConnects氏の2018/6/8のツイート
 Eva Bartlett @EvaKBartlett
http://ingaza.wordpress.com/
https://www.patreon.com/EvaKBartlett

The @Guardian attacked Eva for telling the side of the #Syria story they won't.

https://twitter.com/EvaKBartlett/status/1004698343149318145

FOLLOW EVA & RESIST THOSE SMEARING TRUTH-TELLERS.
@Guardian @AtlanticCouncil @TheTimes @BBC

※ Eva Bartlett認証済みアカウント @EvaKBartlett氏の2018/6/7のツイート
Kamm, who stalks @NeilClark66 and now @georgegalloway, is pushing the chemical hoax from his comfortable UK existence.
I went to Douma, Syrian civilians and hospital staff said no chemical attack. For Kamm, are these Syrians "useful idiots"?
https://www.rt.com/op-ed/428514-douma-civilians-chemical-hoax/https://twitter.com/OliverKamm/status/1004579225595207680

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