Yeah. Old title from a series of British humor. LinkedIN has become a world champion of the grotesque, the lunatic and the wannabe swindlers.
We have a couple of screenshots for you today. Feel free to snicker uncontrollably :).
Enjoy. Or not.
You may want to be careful around certain LinkedIN offerings. This one has a distinct smell to it:
Winnings from LI :).
Of course, some of you may think there’s Gold under that there Rainbow. You are likely to get the Skittles.
Yes, boys and girls. LinkedIN is one of the handful of major hate sites on the web, in many ways not distinguishable from Stormfront or any HAMAS or ISIS site. And the compeny does this intentionally, gleefully refusing to sanction Nazists or jihadists or communists never pausing murder incitement for a minute. It is, of course, also a site pushing Obama and Hillary, two bona fide murderous monsters, to the limit, and calling for extermination of the Jews.
Just one current example.
In fact, calling the site a Terrorist outlet is completely warranted and the owners should be arrested.
Quick and as usual, dirty.
The site has finally gone mad, and we have done a lot of homework awaiting the wreck.
You know that I have pointed out the LI group Center For Intelligence Studies before, with its leadership teeming with classic antisemites qualifying for Stormfront membership. It would seem that the Hitlerist crowd now has moved in force to the group “Intelligence Community”. The old group went, as far as I can see, out of existence as we were putting some daylight on it.
So far, so smelly.
It seems I’m no longer a member of that group, but that LI is trying to hide that fact. When I look at it, I’m a member. When I try to reply to anyone, I’m not a member. That is one of two things: incompetence in LI, or malign criminality. I’m leaning to the last, because by now, there is no doubt whatsoever of LI’s racism, criminality, and support for those trying to overthrow the US Constitution.
Now, to our homework.
Fairly quickly, we will start listing all LI profiles falling into the bag (in our educated opinion) of Antisemite. Not the whole stupid things, of course. Lots of them are probably false; that is one of the biggest bits of LI. Just the names.
As I said on LI, I’ve left a group fancying itself a “high powered Think Tank” because its admin pissed me off. I don’t take kindly to fools, or Neonazis running the old mythology of the USS Liberty.
Anyway, the peddler of the USS Liberty hysteria in this instance was one David John Dunleavey. And his background is interesting, sort of. He has been involved with a company (really, two) which seemed set up to do something in, as I said earlier, dodgy parts of the world. I haven’t checked detail to see if the whole thing was a scam, but it seems a not very successful effort. There is data enough in the screenshot, I think, for anyone with inclination to do a little strip search. I give you Metier Associates and D.An Rex East Africa.
Mr. Dunleavey has also been standing for the Liberal Democrat Party in Dorset.
Here he is in some little detail:
The other very peculiar part of LinkedIN culture unfurling like Pinky and the Brain is our old friend James Craven, and this fellow:
I guess Craven must be Pinky in this duo. He claims Winston Churchill was a malignant narcissist. He does, on the whole, dislike anything that interfered with the Holocaust. But the other one is a card. Not necessarily out of a normal deck, but still.
The Muslims, Nazists and leftists sway over LinkedIN is not abating in the slightest. The sheer insanity leads me to conclude that LinkedIN is now, in actual fact, a straight up hate site in the grand tradition of Stormfront, HolyWar, DailyKOS and MondoWeiss and we’ll be listing it as such. I’d have expected LI admin to try curbing the worst of the outgrowths. I have received a suggestion as to why they’re not: that a number of islamists have been hired in admin positions, and so now are controllers. I don’t know if the suggestion is correct, but I have received the claim from more than one user. And it would explain a few things.
A couple of current examples: