by Alfred Lambremont Webre, JD, MEd
December 6, 2011
Today Dec. 6, 2011 I received a notice
Examiner.com that is a frontal
assault on the Truth Movement.
The notice reads:
Notice from Examiner.Com
Dec. 6, 2011
Dear Alfred Lambremont Webre,
Here is some information regarding your recent support request.
Apologies for the delay in getting back to you.
audit took longer than expected. After reviewing a segment of
your articles, it has been determined that much of your content
6. Prohibited Content and
You agree that you will not post to the Site, or use the
Site to transmit or make available any Content that: you
know or have reason to know is false, misleading, or
While there is certainly an audience
for your topic of expertise, it is not the type of content we
want associated with Examiner.com.
Therefore we have decided to retire your Examiner.com account
and remove your content from our site. You will be paid out the
balance of your earnings in the January payment cycle (on or
around Jan. 20th).
Good luck in your future endeavors.
Assault on the
While I have legal remedies against
interference with business, as well as libel and slander, I am
choosing to reserve my legal remedies, without prejudice, and
instead call for a consumer boycott of Examiner.com.
Grounds for a Consumer Boycott
Examiner.com initially without
notice unpublished a number of my articles as Seattle
Exopolitics Examiner on Nov. 30, 2011, including a crucial
action came as I was traveling in South Africa at a
conference and immediately after the Kuala Lumpur War Crimes
Tribunal on which I serve as Judge
handed down on Nov. 22, 2011
a verdict finding former U.S. President
George W. Bush and
former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair guilty of crimes
against peace for the invasion of Iraq in which 1.4 million
Iraqis were killed.
Examiner.com’s action shutting
down my column without cause is a frontal assault on the
Truth movement. None of my articles contain, as Examiner.com
All statements and claims in my
articles are backed by multiple, independent eyewitness
whistleblowers from secret U.S. government projects, and
from documented sources and research.
Examiner.com is attempting to
use the device of “reversal” on my articles and my work with
the purpose of perpetuating a cover-up of events and
developments that my articles expose.
The Obama/Mars cover-up
Examiner.com’s actions in their
initial Nov. 30, 2011 shutdown of my articles implicating
U.S. President Barack Obama in the CIA secret Mars
visitation project and their final shutdown and removal of
all of my Seattle Exopolitics Examiner articles on Dec. 6,
2011 is in fact in furtherance of a cover-up of U.S.
President Barack Obama’s visits to Mars as part of the
secret U.S. Mars program, 1980-83, to which independent
eyewitnesses Andrew D. Basiago and William Brett Stillings
so testified live on Coast to Coast AM on November 11, 2011
How the consumer
boycott against Examiner.com works
Examiner.com is an exploitative
company owned by a right-wing billionaire.
According to one source,
"Examiner.com is a media
company based in Denver, Colorado, that operates a
network of local news websites, allowing "pro–am
contributors"  to share their city-based
knowledge on a blog-like platform, in 238 markets
throughout the United States and parts of Canada
with two national editions, one for each country.
"Examiner.com is a division of Clarity Media Group,
with the primary investor being billionaire
Philip Anschutz, owner of Anschutz
Entertainment Group (AEG), Regal Cinemas, and other
media and entertainment companies. Examiner.com has
over 55,000 contributors, commonly referred to on
the site as "Examiners."
"The company derives its name from Anschultz/Clarity's
2004 purchase of the San Francisco Examiner which
had previously owned the examiner.com domain.
paid based on a black box system considering page
views and other metrics, or the "Gawker-model", made
famous by the blog Gawker.com. During 2009 many of
the writers were receiving $0.01 per page view.
Examiner.com later offered a variety of pay scale
options to their writers. Examiner.com now bases
compensation on variables such as subscriptions,
page view traffic and session length.
"The company has been criticized for the low
compensation received by some contributors, although
Examiner.com claims it communicates contributors
should not consider this full-time employment, and
"tries to be very clear and transparent that this
isn't a 'quit your day job' opportunity.”
"Examiner.com has been criticized for its lack of
verification and fact-checking of stories published
on the site, including accusations of plagiarism."
Examiner.com derives the bulk of
its revenue from consumer (reader) click-throughs. Every
time you as a reader click through to read an article on
Examiner.com, the company is paid a royalty by its
The consumer boycott is simple.
Just avoid Examiner.com and let your friends and networks
know you are avoiding Examiner.com and hitting Examiner.com
where it hurts - in its revenues by refusing to click
through to Examiner.com.
Please let your friends and
networks know you are boycotting
because it is
promoting the CIA’s Obama on Mars cover-up, and its
direct assault on the Truth movement and Truth movement
journalists like Alfred Lambremont Webre.
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