Kaczynski letter, 2013.07.26

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Re: Kaczynski letter, 2013.07.26

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Miles Mathis has a paper on Ted.
http://mileswmathis.com/unabomber.pdf
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Re: Kaczynski letter, 2013.07.26

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fakeologist wrote: Mon Sep 26, 2022 9:24 pm Miles Mathis has a paper on Ted.
http://mileswmathis.com/unabomber.pdf
I defined an Anti as a disguised agent who espouses
theories, ideas or politics that the government wishes to discredit.
Things have turned full circle - I'm sure the Davos private jet set would now want to promote the re-greening agenda and a low-tech future to the useless eating masses.
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Re: Kaczynski letter, 2013.07.26

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Good observations by Ab and Xilefilex....

I began collecting autographs in my teens and it has always been an art to discern a fake autograph from an authentic signature.

JFK was the first Prez to go full on with the Autopen, a mechanical device to produce a signature with an actual pen and paper.

John F. Kennedy was so dependent on the autopen, that he became the subject of a book entitled The Robot That Helped to Make a President. In 1965, at the time of its writing, the author claimed that Kennedy’s reliance on the autopen rendered his authentic signature the rarest of all presidential autographs. Though this claim has not held up over time, and Kennedy actually used the autopen less as president, it would seem that Kennedy’s extensive reliance on the device ushered in a new era of technology in the White House, resulting in his successor sharing this open secret with the public.

https://www.shapell.org/behind-the-scen ... robot-pen/

https://www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-cul ... ph-574822/

The astroNOTS especially Neil Armstrong all used Autopens.

https://www.justcollecting.com/blogs/ne ... autographs

With a magnifying glass, the differences in the pressure on the paper and the amount of ink delivered are apparent. With Autopen or printed signatures, there is no variation in the line of ink. In this case, if so, it would be always the same.

Celebrities, including Olivia Newton-John, Alan Alda, etc. used Autopen devices. I remember meeting Burt Ward, Robin from Batman. I asked him to sign a photo and he looked at the pre-printed signature and said, "I already signed it." I told him that's fake and would he sign it authentically, which he did.

I wrote to many prisoners as a teen, most were related to Watergate...Haldeman, Erhlichman, Liddy. I researched what prison they were in, then wrote to them at those prisons. I received responses from most. I think it was Jeb Magruder, wrote back, "you must be getting signatures from all my old friends."

I wrote to Manson, Sirhan Sirhan with no response. Some of the collectors back in the day received some wild letters allegedly from Manson...pages and pages with doodles and drawings. James Earl Ray did respond. The most striking response I received was from Squeaky Fromme (supposed Manson girl and Ford assassin) full of bizarre ramblings.

Looking back at it all now with different lenses...I asked Watson and Crick to sketch a double helix and sign it. I believe it was Crick who complied with such a simplistic drawing, I would have been embarassed to sign it.

I do wonder now whether these entities are required to provide a signature when asked as part of their deal. In 50 years of collecting, I was only refused once in person by Yul Brynner at the Kennedy Center. We were in attendance to see Al Pacino in American Buffalo. Both are incredibly short "men." Van Morrison, also a very short "man" ignored me, his manager took my CD, literally turned Van around and told him to sign it, which I watched him do. Same occurred with Bunny Wailer at the Boston Roxy, the last living member of the Wailers.

SIG NATURE....Someone I forget said the word itself means against NATURE. I have been unable to find a reference for that.

The below examples are all Autopen and just scratching the surface. Pun intended.
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Re: Kaczynski letter, 2013.07.26

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Hey Ab

The Alt-Right / Dissident Right have always loved Ted Kacynski: reason enough to be sceptical of him and his manifesto, which is, rather tellingly, still available, in multiple formats, on Youtube:

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_ ... o+reading+

Awfully psyopy.

Ted Kacynski sounds a lot like Jerry Marzinsky, another fraud, to my mind.

I love this place. 8-)
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Re: Kaczynski letter, 2013.07.26

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Why do you think Jerry Marzinsky is also a fraud? I suspect something is up too, but what have you got?

Edit: I see your post here:
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