Thursday, 15 April 2010

Masked IBOFB pretends to be intellectual authority

I observe that the masked 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw, Mr. David 'IBOFB' Steadson, has foolishly confessed on your Blog to being the author of the puerile, false and defamatory statement posted on the Times Online Website, November 27th. 2007, which he signed 'David London.'
PS For those of you who don’t know David Brear is an anti-Amway obsessive who got upset when his brother, who was working with Amway, stopped speaking to him after his constant criticism of Amway.’
I also observe that Mr. Steadson has also confessed to posting puerile reality-inverting propaganda on the Net using his heroic 'IBOFB' alter ego, in which he falsely accused me of lying by posting the fact that 'Amway UK Ltd.' had secretly been a perpetually insolvent corporate structure for 30+ years. Apparently, Mr. Steadson now claims that he didn't know what the common English word, 'insolvent', meant without looking it up in a dictionary. However, this is hardly surprising, seeing as he is a reality-denying, insolvent 'Amway' adherent himself.
It is interesting to note that the masked 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw continues to pretend intellectual authority by claiming to be 'trained in psychology and sociology.' I notice that the poor little lad doesn't say that he is qualified in either subject. Indeed, his vague boast could mean virtually anything. It makes me wonder what Mr. Steadson's psychology and sociology teachers (if they really exist) would have to say about adults who find it necessary to publish puerile, false and defamatory statements whilst hiding their real identities behind comic-book alter-egos.
David Brear

1 comment:

IBOFB said...

I have a BSc in Psychology and was completing a Masters in Anthropology & Sociology when I quit my University research job for the world of entrepreneurship. I believe I've qualified for a GradDip but have never got around to chasing that up.

Your turn -
What's your background Brear? What's your training and what do you do for a living?