Mike Adams, HIV/AIDS denialist, anti-vaccine crusader, germ theory denialist, and most recently, promoter of a child-protective services vaccine/sex trade conspiracy, actually has a contributor-submitted article on how to spot a scam guru.
The advice in the article isn’t terrible. Don’t believe inflated claims. Don’t believe people who say “anyone can do it” or create fake organizations to legitimize themselves. I just can’t figure out what it’s doing at Natural News. It also is missing some other signs you are being scammed by a false guru such as:
- You are at Natural News
- You are listening to Mike Adams
- You listen to people referred to as “gurus”
Any other ironies I’m missing here?
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One click got me from the article to this page:
That’s 4 of the 6 criteria in one sentance.
Funniest thing I read all day. Thank you. :o)
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