1.an act or instance of using or closely imitating the language and thoughts of another author without authorization and the representation of that author's work as one's own, as by not crediting the original author:
"The tongue in cheek reference to Jim possibly "breaking" The Japan Radiation psyops (as well, in a few months) is a reflection of the annoyance I felt at the time by the tone of Jim's article which would lead a new reader to believe that Jim Stone had broken the Fukushima-sabotage/faux-earthquakes/faux-tsunami 3/11 Japan story, when the fact remains that the entire story was broken at educate-yourself.org2 ½ monthsbefore Stone had sent his article out to dozens, if not hundreds, of internet blogs."June 1, 2011
Email from Australia:
On 1/29/2016, Malcolm wrote:
I read Ken's comment re Fukishima nukes. Until yesterday I thought Jim Stone was the original whistleblower. So hang in there Ken and keep on keeping on.
I greatly appreciate hearing from you. I can count on one hand the number of people who have contacted me regarding Jim Stone's pretense that he broke the Fukushima sabotage story.
Best Regards, Ken
Thanks for your reply Ken.
I imagine you are extremely busy to reply even to any email but I was also pretty annoyed once I understood the situation more
fully. I push Henry to all my friends and I will now add you to that list of recommended reading. I have been reading some of your rebuttals of skeptics etc and consider that you conduct yourself with great aplomb in your responses. So few people are prepared to use much discipline in their thinking.
Kinds regards my friend,
Thanks again for your supportive comments. Henry Makow is one of the most important voices on the internet. He sees the takeover agenda and its players crystal clear.
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