This is a response to the latest attempt at blackwashing Miles Mathis and his achievements. After reading Mathis’ own response and most recently my brother-in-arms’ Josh’s response, I feel I need to add my two cents. In particular, some things have to be pointed out and called for what they are. At face value, this time.
I am lately in a special mood when it comes to people, having a fun time while giving them back my verbal description of their own impression. It usually refers to direct human interaction we all experience while socializing in an analogue, old fashioned way.
Have you ever experienced a very strong feeling of annoyance? Annoyance is an unpleasant mental state that is characterized by such effects as irritation and distraction from one’s conscious thinking. It can lead to emotions such as frustration and anger. If you have ever experienced it, you should know how powerful feeling annoyance actually is.
The latest attack on Miles Mathis as it was posted at PieceOfMindful.com is one of such powerful annoying agents, for instance. Although it is very hard and subjective to measure the state of annoyance, the linked wanna-be attack on Miles is just that – hard and subjective, void of substance piece of annoyance. It is a large amount of words, that have absolutely no weight in terms of »depth of insight«. It consists of mostly prejudices, assumptions and shows great amount of fear of logic and rebuttals, as it calls for a closed comment section already in its disclaimer. I laughed it out loud. It reminded me of my neighbor’s little dog, who always ferociously barks at me whenever behind a large fence, while he becomes mute once in the open field. Just pathetic. Is that how any man is supposed to behave and act like?
Describing my personal experience with Tokarski, use of double standard is apparent while publishing latest two posts. While my own banned posts was allegedly not sufficiently enough supported by verifiable arguments, latest post at PoM does not even include proper source list or any account of personal experience with Miles. That is with one exception, though – Tokarski and Miles did meet at his conference in Taos back in 2016. Which is a fact so easily ignored. But I am not surprised by the amount of ignorance at PoM as it seems more like a bliss than an obstacle over there.
I did not have enough patience to search through PoM comments for some examples where Miles got praised by Tokarski. Why is that of any importance? Well, in my worldview, one does not expect to be blackwashed by those who bear words of praise for you. I dare to call PoM’s act as hypocrisy, but I let you decide on your own.
All that came to my mind even before I thought about the substance of those two posts. And the substance itself? In my opinion, both posts lack it, they are completely void of anything substantial which would justify the pompous headline they were published under. If Tokarski or K.Starr or any other anonymous authors claim Miles is misdirecting or a limited-hangout psyop, don’t they think they need to undoubtedly prove it? Is that the new low rate standard at PoM? Where is any apparent misdirection coming from Miles? Anybody? Can any of them point out anything meaningful in that reference? No, they cannot as there is nothing alike to point out when discussing Miles’ discoveries. And that is what bothers me the most. All we can read about is their quackery, weak and substance-less points, that do not stick. It is really time for the Intel to gear up and bring out somebody worth listening to when it comes to proper critique of Miles’ achievements. Until now, in all these long years, there is still nobody who was able to find a single issue where Miles can be proven wrong. All I see and read about, is composed of ad hominem attacks, slander and foolish attempts to blackwash one genius’ immense opus of work. Come on, guys at Intel, is that really all you can produce? I challenge you here and now – drop your anonymity and masks and come out of the digital bushes, properly armed with knowledge and decency in conversation. Let us see how you can deal with the truth and do not let us wait for too long.