Tuesday, 3 January 2017

Lenny can't keep his story straight for 48 hours...

Two days ago Lenny in his female Eyn Rand persona was claiming he was suspended by Facebook for supporting Donald Trump...



















...and then, in his male Dr Leonard Coldwell persona, it suddenly became about him and his fight against the medical establishment... Presumably the ones who spend $42 million every year to discredit him...




The real reason...



86 comments:

  1. You are a pathetic human being. First you anonymously report Dr. C' posts and then you mock him for his reaction to that when they get deleted. Very trollish behaviour, or maybe you really are a big pharma shill who has all the time in the world to harrass a truth speaker because you get PAID to do it.

    If you had any decency you would debate his views on his Facebook page with your name showing openly. Now you're just a coward, even the woman who killed Blue shows her name when she writes libel about Dr. C.

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  2. OK... Lets go through that a point at a time....

    1) "You are a pathetic human being"

    Well I don't falsely claim to be anything I'm not and I don't post racist hate speech to the internet but if you think I'm pathetic then that's fine with me. I won't lose any sleep over it.


    2) " First you anonymously report Dr. C' posts"

    All 'reported posts' are anonymous on Facebook... That's the way it works.


    3) "and then you mock him for his reaction to that when they get deleted"

    Yes... I do mock him. I mock him because every single time he has his account suspended for hate speech he claims it was for some other reason. In this case he has claimed that it was A) For making pro-Trump posts and, simultaneously B) For posting the 'truth' about cancer treatment. This is absolutely par for the course... He posts shit, gets called out on it and then invents some fairy story for consumption by his idiot fans.


    4) "Very trollish behaviour,"

    Again... Only your opinion and quite frankly I've been called a lot worse so... again... I won't lose any sleep over it.


    5) "or maybe you really are a big pharma shill who has all the time in the world to harrass a truth speaker because you get PAID to do it."

    Ah... The old 'shill gambit'... Not heard that one before.... http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Shill_gambit


    6) "If you had any decency you would debate his views on his Facebook page with your name showing openly."

    I've tried this on many occasions to no effect. All that happens is Coldwell blocks me and deletes the post.

    I have stated on many occasions that Lenny is quite welcome to post on this blog. He won't do it of course because he doesn't want to be questioned on his bogus qualifications, his bogus life story, his scamming or his bigotry and racism.


    7) "Now you're just a coward, even the woman who killed Blue shows her name when she writes libel about Dr. C."

    If Coldwell wants to issue libel proceedings against me there is an email address on this page he can use to contact me... You know that because you have used the address to contact me yourself.

    I can confirm that in the 18 months or so that this blog has been up I have received precisely zero emails from Coldwell in spite of me all but begging him to sue me. He'll have to do better than his pathetic lawsuit of 2015 of course and he'll need a British lawyer but as he claims to have a massive legal budget that shouldn't be a problem>

    As for "the woman who killed blue" I can only assume you mean Connie and the fact you repeat the lie about her killing Coldwell's dog... For which there is no evidence whatsoever... You can see why people would be wary of giving any information her might abuse. Coldwell's claim that Connie would ever harm his dog was just another example of him cynically using a genuine tragedy as an excuse to attack his 'enemies'. He quite deliberately incited his lunatic fans to physically harm Connie and he's lucky he didn't get sued to fuck for it.

    Now then... Having got all of that out of the way if you would like to offer any evidence that Coldwell has any real medical qualifications or has ever cured anybody, anywhere of anything let alone cancer here's your opportunity.

    I won't censor anything you say unless it would be a criminal offence to allow it... So stay civil and try to avoid the sort of hate-speech that got Lenny kicked off Facebook... Again.

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  3. There's nothing wrong with what's called "racism", it's just a cultural marxist term. Dr. C is speaking up for his own white race and I applaud him for that. It's because you're such a leftist SJW that you can't stand to read his posts and instead of thinking about them for a minute you just hit the "report" button. That's being a snitch and an opponent of free speech.

    "All that happens is Coldwell blocks me and deletes the post." Dr. C probably had good reasons for that. Besides that you're hypocrite, you just blocked my email address yourself but whine when Dr. C does the same to you. Free speech should not be infringed upon.

    There's just as much proof for Connie killing Blue as for your allegations about Dr. C's credentials and "sexual abuse". There is zero evidence for it, it's all based on hearsay and rumors.

    For proof of his cancer curing it's sufficient to just check out the five-star commented book ratings of "The only answer to cancer" on Amazon.

    https://www.amazon.com/Only-Answer-Cancer-Leonard-Coldwell/product-reviews/0982442874/ref=cm_cr_dp_qt_hist_five?ie=UTF8&filterByStar=five_star&reviewerType=avp_only_reviews&showViewpoints=0

    As for his credentials he has posted them online already. A PhD is a PhD regardless from which institute awarded it.

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  4. "There's noting wrong with racism"?

    I assume from that you are white and what you actually mean is "There's nothing wrong with racism as long as it's not directed at me". As for "standing up for his own white race" I wonder if when he has one of his periodic rants against immigrants he is including himself in that group.


    "That's being a snitch and an opponent of free speech."

    Not at all.... Facebook has terms of service which forbid hate-speech and it's their site, their rules. Freedom of speech doesn't have anything to do with it. He is free to express his views on any of his many websites just as I am entitled to my free speech on this blog (so long as I don't breach Google's TOS)... Something which it appears you don't actually agree with. Like so many people who default to the "How dare you infringe my right to free speech" argument what you actually mean is "I want freedom of speech but I don't want freedom of speech for anybody who disagrees with me".


    ""All that happens is Coldwell blocks me and deletes the post." Dr. C probably had good reasons for that"

    Yes... He had a very good reason. I asked him questions which he could not answer like "Where did you study medicine?", "Where did you earn your four PhDs?" and "How did you cure your mother of Hep C 15 years before it was discovered?"



    "Besides that you're hypocrite, you just blocked my email address yourself but whine when Dr. C does the same to you."

    Hmmmm.... That's not exactly true is it? What I actually said in the email was... "Don't bother to reply... I'll be blocking you. You are of course welcome to post on my blog if you want to make a fool of yourself in public." I have far better things to do with my time than respond to emails from cranks. If you have an opinion about this blog then you can either make it in public or not make it at all. Either is good for me. As a rule I don't believe in making people's emails public without their permission and if you want to comment you can do it here.


    "Free speech should not be infringed upon."

    Again you don't seem to want free speech to work both ways. You want to comment but you don't want others to pass comment. A common attitude from the intellectually dull.

    Incidentally there is no actual RIGHT to free speech on this blog... It is a privilege I can revoke as and well I see fit but I'm allowing you to comment just as I will allow Coldwell and anybody else to comment as long as those comments remain basically civil and legal. I have no desire to curtail discussion of Leonard Coldwell unlike the man himself who, you may recall, has launched at least three groundless defamation suits in an attempt to silence debate. You may also recall that of those three suits he has lost one and abandoned two others. In reality and in spite of his frequent claims that he "won't start the fight but he will finish it" the last thing he wants is to actually be called to give evidence in a trial. Lenny knows full well that even a semi-conscious pro-se defendant would make mincemeat of him on the stand and would expose him as delusional fantasist, a Hitler loving Nazi-apologist, a raving anti-Semite and... Most certainly... Not a doctor of anything within the commonly accepted meaning of the word. This is why in the last two suits the defendants... in effect... told his woefully inept lawyers to go fuck themselves.

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  5. Post continues....

    “There's just as much proof for Connie killing Blue as for your allegations about Dr. C's credentials and "sexual abuse". There is zero evidence for it, it's all based on hearsay and rumors. “

    Well... I've never actually said outright that Lenny had committed sexual abuse. I only point out that the allegation was made and there is a police report to that effect. In any event you have admitted that there is zero evidence that Connie poisoned Coldwell's mutt so thank you for at least admitting it is a groundless claim which Coldwell made purely for ulterior motives.



    “For proof of his cancer curing it's sufficient to just check out the five-star commented book ratings of "The only answer to cancer" on Amazon. “

    You're not serious are you? Amazon book reviews are considered credible evidence in your universe are they? I assume you don't take the one star reviews as seriously.



    “As for his credentials he has posted them online already. “

    I assume you are referring to his 'bio' website. I'm afraid what he has posted there are not actually qualifications of any sort... Certainly not degrees in medicine. They simply prove (assuming they are not fakes) that at some point in the past he has sent off his $295 for a certificate. The organisations on there such as the “American Association of Drugless Practitioners” and “The American Alternative Medical Association” are not actually accredited by anybody except themselves so being a member of any of them is utterly meaningless. I have absolutely no doubt whatsoever that they would issue 'accreditation' to my whippet if I sent them the money. To be honest my whippet knows about as much about science, human biology and medicine as Coldwell does.


    “A PhD is a PhD regardless from which institute awarded it.”

    Really... So I'm now going to invent The Longdog School of Holistic Medicine” and award myself a PhD... Please Call me Doctor Longdog in future.

    I can only assume you don't have any friends who have earned a LEGITIMATE PhD... If you did you might have some idea of the amount of work that goes into gaining one and you might have some idea of how idiotic your claim is.

    Ironically it is Coldwell's own grandiose sense of his own magnificence that draws immediate attention to how utterly bogus his qualifications are. The world is full of people with bogus PhDs and some of them get away with it some of the time but FOUR Phds and FOUR 'doctor degrees' (whatever they're supposed to be)? That's not even vaguely credible and anybody who makes a claim like that is obviously lying or delusional or both. A good number of my friends are academics of one kind or another and many of them have REAL PhDs and in most cases it took them a decade to earn them. The number of people I've ever known with more than one PhD is the grand total of ONE... And he was a university professor of thirty years standing.

    Coldwell's claims to unbelievable academic achievements are the worst case of credentialism I have ever heard of. I'm a service engineer within a very specialist field and I flatter myself that my customers trust in my ability to either do a good job every time or tell them their equipment is irrevocably fucked... Which is why I guarantee my work. I don't put fake letters before my name because I don't actually have any and if I DID award myself fake qualifications and they found out that would be me finished.

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  6. Oh dear Didier... You're not very bright are you?


    "Dumbbook was co-created by the National Security Agency and the FBI as a mass surveillance tool, so the censorship is simply a result of the government trying to control truth speakers like Dr. C."

    If that is true then why does Coldwell have at least SIX Facebook accounts? Nobody is holding a gun to his head.


    "You asked those questions in a way to mock Dr. C,"

    Not at all... I was perfectly civil but it wasn't the way I asked the questions it was the contents of the questions. Try it yourself... Go on to any of his FB accounts and ask him where and when he gained his four PhDs... I guarantee you won't get an answer.


    "it would be similar to me asking you to post your service engineer degree."

    I don't have a degree in anything... That's my whole point. I learned my trade through experience and a degree of natural talent. I don't need to award myself fake credentials.


    "You adhere too much value to "degrees" which are printed on the same material you use to wipe your ass with. Getting a Doctor degree means you've been in-DOCTR-inated by the medical system."

    If we are judging people by how much value they put on a degree then Coldwell is the clear winner. If he doesn't hold much store by degrees why does he claim to have so many?


    " You might disagree with Dr. C on racial, sexual orientation or religious issues but that doesn't invalidate his medical knowledge "

    But he doesn't have any medical knowledge. This is a man who claims in all seriousness that table salt is "1/3rd sand an 1/3rd glass which gets into your arteries and makes them bleed". Nobody with even a secondary school level of science education would make such a preposterous claim.


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  7. Continued...

    "As for Dr. C's lawsuits, the anti-Dr. C gang (Connie Schmidt, Bernie O'Mahony, Salty Droid, Rationalwiki, Quackwatch and you of course) gave him no choice since you were ruining his income with your lies"

    If that were true why did he not actually follow through with the two American suits? (He lost the German one). In both case he was dumped by his lawyers who belatedly realised their client was full of shit and stood no chance of winning his case. He could of course have employed new lawyers but he didn't.. Doesn't that sound a bit iffy to you?


    " I doubt you would upload them so I could keep bashing you on that saying you're a fake engineer. That's what you're doing to Dr. C."

    But I'm not a fake and I don't lay claim to being something I'm not. I don't claim to be a Doctor of Engineering have a masters degree or even a BSc. My lack of formal qualifications is not an issue because I choose not to make it one by telling the truth.


    "Dr. C has the proof of his cure rate on his bio site but since you already assume it is biased I pointed you to another body of proof."

    No... It isn't... A redacted letter from a business partner at a non-existent "foundation" is not evidence. If Coldwell's 32,000/92.3% claim were true it would mean he was testing, diagnosing, treating and following up each patient in under an hour... Total. If you really believe that you must be a bigger fool than I thought.


    " If you want to see randomized clinic trials feel free to pay for them yourself"

    That's not how the world works my friend. If Coldwell makes the claim it's down to him to do the trials.



    "It's perfectly legal to start your own unaccredited university and hand out degrees in the U.S"

    Sadly that's true but it still doesn't mean a diploma mill qualification is anything other than fraudulent.


    "As for your friends studying a decade for it, if they had been smart they would just have bought one from a degree mill."

    No... They didn't do that because it's dishonest and in the UK using a 'qualification' obtained from a diploma mill can get you jailed.



    " After all it's just some piece of paper, regardless of the institute lol.

    The difference being that a genuine PhD leads on to other areas of employment and research whereas a fake one leads nowhere.

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  8. Hey, sorry I'm late to the party. This conversation started last night (well, it was last night my time, anyway), after I'd already logged off. You answered Didier's points very well, Longdog. I'd like to add a few thoughts.

    When reading Didier's "arguments," particularly the part where he actually admitted there was no proof that I committed canicide, but insisted that it was fair of him to invoke that lie anyway because you and I and others had supposedly lied about Loony Coldwell -- my initial thought was that "Didier" might be the same person who wrote the now-abandoned "Exposing Connie Schmidt" blog (which currently has a grand total of 4 posts, 3 in January 2015 and 1 in May of the same year).

    After being called out for including the lie about my killing Blue, the blogger insinuated that he was deliberately taking "artistic license" because, he claimed, I had done the same regarding his beloved "Dr." C. In other words, all's fair in blogging and war.
    http://tinyurl.com/jpmfyz3

    Here's the relevant part of the above-linked comment:
    "The subject [of the alleged murder of Blue] seems to have died by now and Dr. C doesn't repeat that allegation anymore, so let's just forget about it.

    "See my killing of Blue part from my initial post as some of the same artistic freedom that you make use of when writing about Dr. C when making up your hypotheses."
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    (Here is the link to that 'initial post' to which he was referring:
    http://exposingconnieschmidt.blogspot.com/2015/01/exposing-connie-schmidt-and.html )

    Compare the comment I quoted above to Didier's comment on this thread:
    'There's just as much proof for Connie killing Blue as for your allegations about Dr. C's credentials and "sexual abuse". There is zero evidence for it, it's all based on hearsay and rumors.'
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    Broadly speaking, that's basically the same spurious argument that the Exposing CS blogger made, which is this: We critical bloggers did it to "Dr." C, so it's only fair that he and his defenders do it to us.

    In reality, of course, that is a false equivalency, since we did not lie about Coldwell, whereas Coldwell most definitely lied about me, and about Salty Droid, and about Bernie, and about Omri. And eventually he may get around to lying about you too, Longdog, once he can wrap his bourbon-soaked brain around the fact that you are actually a separate person from Salty or Bernie or me.

    Of course, it could simply be that many of LoonyC's fanboys have the same type of mentality and are prone to making the same types of arguments in his defense. And when you google "Didier Matisse" the results point to sites and social media profiles of a French-speaking person who seems to be a frauduct peddler and conspiracy fan.

    So that would point to Didier being a different person from the Exposing Connie Schmidt blogger, whom I strongly suspect to be one Florian de Waele of Belgium, who as you may recall private-messaged me on Facebook and accused me of being a filthy Zionist whore (as recounted on this 2014 blog post):
    http://cosmicconnie.blogspot.com/2014/09/blue-dies-coldwell-lies-crazy-minions.html

    During extended exchanges I subsequently had with the Exposing Connie Schmidt blogger on his blog, I called him "Florian" several times and he did not contradict me.

    So perhaps Didier really is a separate fanboy from Florian, even though his defenses of LoonyC sound so much like those made at length on the Exposing Connie Schmidt blog. But, as is the case with Florian and pretty much all of LoonyC's most loyal fans, Didier doth protest too much. And his arguments are so profoundly silly. They do, however, make for good entertainment.



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  9. One more point I'd like to add regarding this:
    "As for Dr. C's lawsuits, the anti-Dr. C gang (Connie Schmidt, Bernie O'Mahony, Salty Droid, Rationalwiki, Quackwatch and you of course) gave him no choice since you were ruining his income with your lies."
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    As we know, "Dr." C never actually sued you, Longdog, although he (unsuccessfully) sued RationalWiki over the article that was written by you. Also, he never sued Bernie O'Mahony; he only threatened to sue Bernie.
    http://gintruth.com/gnt/wpver/?p=2114

    And as far as I know he has never sued Quackwatch or Dr. Stephen Barrett, unless it was just another one of those numerous failed lawsuits or threats of lawsuits. I never saw him mention it on his web sites or social media or videos.

    Coldwell has tried many times to convince his fans (and he apparently had a couple of his lawyers convinced for a while) that there really is an anti-Lenny "gang" or a conspiracy or some sort of concerted effort to "defame" him. He can't seem to understand (or acknowledge) that anyone who makes the outrageous claims he makes, and who acts like such a buffoon, sets himself up as a target for criticism from many corners. Skeptics were making fun of him years before any of us critical bloggers ever wrote a word about him.

    Coldwell is, as always, his own worst enemy.

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  10. Wow, Didier, you really DO sound a lot like that blogger who wrote the silly "Exposing Connie Schmidt" blog. Every argument you have made was also made by that blogger during conversations on his blog. But as I said on one of my other comments on this thread, it's entirely plausible that more than one "Dr." C fanboy would make the same type of argument when defending the indefensible.

    And you know damn well that Coldwell didn't "forgive his enemies." His lawsuits failed because he was dropped by his lawyers. Remember, one of his favorite sayings is "Never forgive, never forget, always get even."

    For my part, I will NEVER forget all of the lies he has told about me. Never. But I have no intention of getting even. I don't have to. The truth speaks for itself. And actually, I might possibly consider forgiving him if he were to apologize to me. But he doesn't do that sort of thing.

    By the way, I've never made any serious effort to find out Coldwell's address. He just used that lie (or speculation) in order to bolster his outrageous lie about me killing his dog. After all, at the time his dog allegedly died, I thought he was living somewhere in South Carolina. But the lawsuit he filed against me a few months later stated that he was a resident of North Carolina. Who knows where he's really hiding out? Who cares? I don't.

    I will say this: When he posts easily searchable real estate photos on his Facebook pages and brags and brags and brags that he bought the property in question, it is ridiculously easy to look it up and find out that he does not and never did own the property.

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  11. "As we know, "Dr." C never actually sued you, Longdog,"

    I very much doubt that Lenny ever will attempt to sue me because that would involve either issuing a suit in an American court which doesn't have jurisdiction over me or suing me at The High Court in England. I doubt even the most shabbily half-arsed British lawyer would take the case without looking into the background of their potential client. Add to that the fact that it will cost him £500 to issue proceedings and another £1,090 before trial and I'm fairly confident he can't afford it. In a way I'm quite sad that he probably won't sue me. The chance to cross-examine him under oath about his 'qualifications' alone would be worth the train fare.


    "although he (unsuccessfully) sued RationalWiki over the article that was written by you. Also, he never sued Bernie O'Mahony; he only threatened to sue Bernie."

    As far as I know Rationalwiki was never actually served with the writ in the 2015 case although they were aware of it.


    "Coldwell has tried many times to convince his fans (and he apparently had a couple of his lawyers convinced for a while) that there really is an anti-Lenny "gang" or a conspiracy or some sort of concerted effort to "defame" him."

    That's not really surprising really when you consider the number of conspiraloons who make up his fan base. That said... As I commented at the time I don't think his scattergun lawsuit against you, SD, RW and, bizarrely, whois.com, would ever have progressed to trial if only for the reason that it was an attempt to issue four suits against unrelated defendants for the price of one. I know his McLawyers tried to cobble together a 'conspiracy' with the 'disclosure' but even that was so inept it's no surprise J drove a coach and horse through it.


    "Coldwell is, as always, his own worst enemy."

    And doesn't have sufficient self awareness to EVER realise it.

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    1. "As far as I know Rationalwiki was never actually served with the writ in the 2015 case although they were aware of it."
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      That's true. The lawyers subsequently filed a motion for default judgment on the basis that RationalWiki did not respond to the suit within the time limit, but since they were never properly served they had not actually been sued and were under no obligation to respond.

      For that matter, Jason Jones aka Salty Droid was never properly served either. He found out about the case only because I let him know about it, and he voluntarily got involved from there. As you may recall he wrote about the extensive private interactions he had with the lawyers, in which he gave them his proper address and said, "Bring it on." But even after that, they never actually served him with the original suit, and in fact seemed to be trying to discourage him from getting involved. He could have stayed out of it had he chosen to do so.

      Of all the defendants, real and imaginary, I was the only one who was properly served, and I was the only one who was harassed even after I made my timely response.

      By the way, I came across some Google reviews of Lenny's former law firm. The lawyers attempted to defend themselves against critics, insinuating that the critics were all part of a conspiracy of trolls. Where have we heard THAT before?
      http://tinyurl.com/zjv6z74

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  12. Didier... I'm at somewhat of a loss to work out exactly what your position is with Coldwell and I'm not entirely sure that you know what it is yourself.

    “Dr. C isn't behind all his presumed Facebook accounts. Some are kept up to date by his representatives “

    Strange then that they are usually written in the same barely literate style as 'his' posts. In any event I have NEVER yet seen Coldwell apologise for any of the hate-speech posts his 'representatives' make or attempt to distance himself from the hate-speech itself. All he EVER does is lie about the reasons for his suspension... I have commented on this blog, with proof, the real reasons he keeps getting suspended.



    “Besides that he needs some backup accounts because of people like you who like to censor him over some personal disagreements. “

    I don't 'censor' him... Facebook do that because he breaches their rules. Given the number of times he has been suspended you would think anybody with a modicum of common sense would learn their lesson but he never does. There is of course the possibility that he does it deliberately to pander to his persecution schtick.



    “We both know doctor Coldwell is under constant attack by the pharmaceutical lobby “

    WE don't know anything of the kind. It's simply part of his Brave Maverick Doctor bullshit... http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Big_Pharma#Brave_Maverick_Doctor Coldwell has never produced a single scrap of evidence to support his claim to be attacked by Big Farmer let alone his oft repeated claim that they spend $42,000,000 a year to discredit him.

    It's very difficult to see why the pharmaceutical industry would give a flying fuck about a fake doctor with a string of failed scams behind him. In the great scheme of things no fucker has ever heard of him.

    If we are being selective about which of Coldwell's lies we are believing he is not a doctor in Germany and he never practices medicine (other versions of the tale say the exact opposite of course) so in what way is he a threat?


    “it's because he's a man who is in constant fear for his life who has received several death treats and has been shot at already “

    Again we only have his word for that. He has never produced a recording or a copy of these death threats nor a copy of a police report... The only person who says it ever happened is him and given his propensity for tell fantastic stories (having $100 billion dollars to start his own country, having a private jet, claiming ownership to a house whose photos he lifted from a realtor's website and so on) why would anybody believe him.

    Actually Dieter lets stick with that... Coldwell claimed... Here https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B_XB70zy9lK9QmdEa1RrVi1jam8 that he had over $100 billion, was starting his own country and was having a meeting with Vladimir Putin. Are you REALLY so credulous that you believe that for one second?

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    1. It's because the definition of hate speech is subjective. Just because he opposes refugees flooding his country and Islam taking over doesn't make him a bad guy. In fact almost half the U.S. population voted for a man who opposes this as well. You and Connie are obviously leftist socialists who like to see their native culture ruined.

      You DO censor him indirectly, you're a snitch who reports his breaches of Dumbbook's T.O.S. If you would just live and let live Dr. C wouldn't have to guess why he was suspended. You're a coward for not showing your own Facebook account so Dr. C supporters can report the hell out of every post you make.

      The evidence is all around you for Big Pharma persecuting those who propose alternative cures. Take a look at the "Cancer: The Forbidden Cures " documentary. I assume Dr. C probably can't show you the evidence since it's still under police investigation and it has to remain secret until they worked it out. As to why would they persecute him? Very simple math. The 35.000 patients Dr. C cured are each worth $300.000 to the cancer industry when they are diagnosed. That brings us to $10.500.000.000 lost income for Big Pharma!

      As for him starting his own country, time will show. In 2005 the BBC did a documentary called "How to Start Your Own Country", so it's certainly not impossible.

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    2. "It's because the definition of hate speech is subjective."

      Not really... Coldwell is clearly a racist, an anti-semite and a white supremacist.


      "Just because he opposes refugees flooding his country and Islam taking over doesn't make him a bad guy"

      By 'his country' are you referring to Germany where he doesn't live or the USA where he is an immigrant? What makes him any more entitled to migrate than anybody else? Is it different because he is white and pretends to be a Christian?


      "You and Connie are obviously leftist socialists who like to see their native culture ruined."

      I can't speak for Connie but yes, I am a socialist, what of it? As for seeing my native culture ruined... I've never really seen any evidence for the existence of a 'British culture', whatever that might be, being changed other than for the good by successive 'waves' of immigration. If you can point to any 'ruining' of British culture by immigration then please do so.

      Incidentally... I've never heard Coldwellsay he was going to enthusiastically adopt the culture of the native Americans so perhaps you need to define 'native' before you make this argument.


      "You DO censor him indirectly, you're a snitch who reports his breaches of Dumbbook's T.O.S. If you would just live and let live Dr. C wouldn't have to guess why he was suspended."

      He doesn't have to guess... Facebook will tell him EXACTLY why his account has been suspended. His tall tales about being banned for his 'cancer advice' and his pro-Trump posts are just that... Tall tales.


      "You're a coward for not showing your own Facebook account so Dr. C supporters can report the hell out of every post you make. "

      My Facebook account is visible to Coldwell and his followers and they can report it if they wish. However... As I don't breach the TOS it won't actually get them anywhere. Of course what you are talking about has nothing to do with what I post. What you are talking about is retaliation.


      "The evidence is all around you for Big Pharma persecuting those who propose alternative cures. Take a look at the "Cancer: The Forbidden Cures " documentary."

      As far as evidence goes that's about on a par with your idea of using the 5 start reviews (and only them) on Amazon.

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    4. Continues... (previous post deleted due to embarrassing spelnig mastook).

      "I assume Dr. C probably can't show you the evidence since it's still under police investigation and it has to remain secret until they worked it out."

      You "assume" that do you? This seems to be a common theme both on here and on your abandoned 'exposingconnieschmidt' blog... And yes... You are obviously the same person. Your technique whenever you run into one of Coldwell's fantastic and totally unverified claims is to hypothesise that the reason he's never produced a scrap of evidence (for, as an example, his four PhD)s, is that "Well maybe it's for this reason or maybe it's for that reason or maybe it's for the other reason". It never seems to occur to you to employ Occam's Razor and look for the explanation that makes no more assumptions than are necessary. That the claim is untrue.

      Let's stick for the time being with Lenny's claim to have a personal wealth in excess of $100 billion with which he was going to create his own country with the help of Vladimir Putin and for the sake of debate we will ignore the fact that he made the claim a couple of times and then 'forgot' about it... Never to mention it again.

      First we have the problem of the $100,000,000,000 dollars. For one thing it would probably make him the richest person in the world and yet nobody's heard of him. For a second thing... and this is the biggest problem... If we assume he earned this money over the whole of his adult life, say 40 years, that's an income of $2,500,000,000 per annum... Let's put that into the big letters it deserves... An average annual income over four decades of TWO AND A HALF BILLION DOLLARS!

      What did he do? Invent a time machine or a gadget that turns goat shit into gold?

      At this point you will no doubt come out with some fantastic set of circumstances to explain how he might, possibly, in theory, having a wild guess... have come by an amount of money which is double the UK defence budget. Perhaps he won all the lotteries in the world on the same day... Perhaps a lot of rich uncles died and left him their fortunes,... Perhaps he is the secret owner of Microsoft and Bill Gates is just his bitch. All of those explanations MIGHT be true... it doesn't break the laws of physics for them ALL to be true but the simplest explanation, which makes the least assumptions, is that it's complete and utter bullshit.



      “As to why would they persecute him? Very simple math. The 35.000 patients Dr. C cured are each worth $300.000 to the cancer industry when they are diagnosed. That brings us to $10.500.000.000 lost income for Big Pharma! “

      As the 35,000 clearly never existed, as even remedial mathematics would clearly show, that argument's not going to get you anywhere.



      “As for him starting his own country, time will show. In 2005 the BBC did a documentary called "How to Start Your Own Country", so it's certainly not impossible. “

      A light hearted comedy/documentary where a guy declared his flat in London a country. Not the greatest evidence to be honest.

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    5. "By 'his country' are you referring to Germany where he doesn't live or the USA where he is an immigrant? "

      I meant Germany with that post. With native I meant German culture, since the U.S. is a country made up of immigrants and their descendants for the most part unlike Europe.

      "If you can point to any 'ruining' of British culture by immigration then please do so."
      Sharia courts in London...

      "He doesn't have to guess... Facebook will tell him EXACTLY why his account has been suspended. His tall tales about being banned for his 'cancer advice' and his pro-Trump posts are just that... Tall tales."
      They only state there was a breach of their T.O.S., they never give much details. Also not forget the revelations by Snowden who proved the NSA is monitoring FB.

      "My Facebook account is visible to Coldwell and his followers and they can report it if they wish."
      But you never comment on his posts visibly so his followers can reply to you. You report him in a sneaky way without challenging his view points.

      "As far as evidence goes that's about on a par with your idea of using the 5 start reviews (and only them) on Amazon."
      Alternative doctors died under suspicious circumstances. But of course that's only a "what if"


      "Coldwell is clearly a racist, an anti-semite and a white supremacist."
      False labels used by leftists.

      It's possible he made that money, the Forbes list of wealthiest people is not complete at all. People wealthier as Bill Gates like the Rothschilds are not on it. The wealthy hide their money through various fiscal constructions which make it hard to estimate their wealth. From 1:10 to 1:25 Dr. C says the IRS estimates he made 1 billion dollar in his life and this was back in 2012. He could have invested that money wisely, Warren Buffet made his fortune doing value investing. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JHAgyKa_cwo&t=406s

      "A light hearted comedy/documentary where a guy declared his flat in London a country. Not the greatest evidence to be honest."

      Look up Sealand, it's a micronation on a drill island which is independent from the U.K. since it's in international waters.

      My assumptions are just as credible as yours. You assume the bad, I assume the good in Dr. C.

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    6. "I meant Germany with that post. With native I meant German culture, since the U.S. is a country made up of immigrants and their descendants for the most part unlike Europe"

      So Lenny gets to move to another country, take up citizenship there and affect it's culture but he simultaneously reserves the right to criticise others for doing exactly the same thing in the country he chose to leave? How does that work? Why don't I get to vote in the elections of my home-town rather than the adopted home-town I live in? Oh yeah... Because I don't fucking live there anymore.


      "Sharia courts in London..."

      The situation in Britain with Sharia courts is exactly the same as it is with Jewish religious courts (Beit Din). They decide religious matters and can arbitrate on certain other matters if the parties BOTH agree voluntarily to accept the verdict.

      There has been a move in the UK towards the use of tribunals to settle certain matters and, under some circumstances the decision of the tribunal is legally binding. I must emphasise that only certain relatively trivial / financial matters can be decided by a religious court of whatever religion. Serious matters will still need a decision of a court of the appropriate jurisdiction.

      Personally speaking I don't agree with religious tribunals deciding anything other than religious dogma as there can be societal pressure on a religious party to accept arbitration when it is not in their best interests to do so. But that's by the way.

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    7. Continued...

      "They only state there was a breach of their T.O.S., they never give much details."

      He can always look on here or simply look at his own page through another account and see which post got deleted.


      "Also not forget the revelations by Snowden who proved the NSA is monitoring FB."

      How is this relevant? My attitude has always been that the internet is a public place and you treat it as such. The fact that one of the world's leading spook agencies monitors one of the world's leading social media sites should come as no surprise to anybody. In any event as I said before... If Coldwell hates Facebook and think it's a government conspiracy all he has to do is delete his accounts and not use the site. Nobody's forcing him to have one account much less the (at least) six active accounts he has.



      "But you never comment on his posts visibly so his followers can reply to you. You report him in a sneaky way without challenging his view points."

      Hard fucking life innit?



      "False labels used by leftists."

      Coldwell hates Jews... This has been documented over many years and is not really a matter of debate. Decent human beings don't hate people based on race, religion, skin colour, sexuality, gender, gender identity, age, disability or other characteristic. I'm honest enough to say there are people I hate with passion but that is for what they DO not what they ARE.


      "It's possible he made that money..."

      It's POSSIBLE but is it likely? Again and again when faced with Lenny's outlandish claims you come out with a 'maybe' explanation you've plucked out of thin air. The most obvious explanation is that it's simply not true. Do you think Lenny lives like a man with $100 billion in the bank?.. No, no... Let me guess... PERHAPS he's just modest.



      "Dr. C says the IRS estimates he made 1 billion dollar in his life and this was back in 2012. He could have invested that money wisely,"

      He 'invested wisely' to the tune $99 billion dollars in four years? He didn't double his money or even quadruple it but he multiplied it ONE HUNDRED times... Now that's what I call a good investment... It's also what I call a complete fantasy.


      "Look up Sealand, it's a micronation on a drill island which is independent from the U.K. since it's in international waters."

      It's not a nation at all. It's an abandoned fort within British territorial waters that is not recognised as a nation by anybody. The fact that Britain couldn't give a toss doesn't make it a nation.


      "My assumptions are just as credible as yours. You assume the bad"

      I assume Coldwell is a fraud, a fake, a scammer and a charlatan because that's what all the evidence points to. The old saying that "If it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck it's probably a duck" exists for a reason.



      "I assume the good in Dr. C"

      That is your right but your constant theorising to explain his fantasies puts you more in the category of "credulous sucker" than anything else... In my opinion....

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    8. "So Lenny gets to move to another country, take up citizenship there and affect it's culture but he simultaneously reserves the right to criticise others for doing exactly the same thing in the country he chose to leave?"

      It's because Germany used to have homogeneous population while the U.S. never had. Dr. C has a double nationality so he is still a German citizen.

      "Coldwell hates Jews... This has been documented over many years and is not really a matter of debate. Decent human beings don't hate people based on race, religion, skin colour, sexuality, gender, gender identity, age, disability or other characteristic. I'm honest enough to say there are people I hate with passion but that is for what they DO not what they ARE.
      Are also implies doing to some extent. Not all muslims are terrorists but all terrorists are muslims.

      "Do you think Lenny lives like a man with $100 billion in the bank?"
      He could, I never seen the man's residence. I've seen he drives a Jaguar XKR-S Convertible, a $140,000 car.

      "He 'invested wisely' to the tune $99 billion dollars in four years? He didn't double his money or even quadruple it but he multiplied it ONE HUNDRED times... Now that's what I call a good investment... It's also what I call a complete fantasy."
      Different scenarios are possible, he could have cured a billionaire who rewarded him with some billions if his own. I have no idea and Dr. C probably won't disclose it in case the IRS wants their part.

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  13. I'm glad to see someone else also took a stand for our beloved Dr. C.

    You should take a listen to the amazing seminars Dr. C gave during his time in G.I.N., most of them are on YouTube. If you study Dr. C's life philosophy you'll see he's far from a vindicitive man. He believes every human being is destined to be a champion and he motivates people to reach their full potential. When you compare his demeanor in his videos and lectures with his Facebook posts it quickly becomes clear he gets hacked from time to time. He's a well spoken man who truly believes in his mission of helping people.

    Here you say you would forgive him but when you received backfire for allegedly killing Blue you made it clear you were prepared to shoot him or unleash your dogs and husband at him if he were to come on your property. That much for forgiveness.

    To quote Dr. Coldwell "Its only my opinion--but I might be right!"

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    1. Diedre (or Dildo, or whatever you call yourself this go-round) -
      You really are one special kind of idiot, aren't you? Actually believing a pimple on the ass of humanity like Coldwell is bad enough, but you can't even maintain any semblance of consistency in your own comments. it's no wonder you swallow his verbal ejaculate so eagerly.

      Just to be clear here, I am Connie's husband, and in the 23 years we've been together, she has never leveled anything remotely resembling a threat. Not to anyone, including not-doctor ass pimple. And I NEVER make threats. I'd actually love to meet butt-pimple. I think we could have a nice talk and clear things up, once and for all. Feel free to let him know when you report for your head-patting. You could even come with him if you like, just to share in the clarity of our discussion. :-)

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    2. Oh Ron, lovers are often blind to the beloved's negative traits and tend to create an idealized image of the beloved. You see an idealized version of Connie rather than the real one.

      Your proposal to meet Dr. C very much sounds like an indirect physical threat to me, I hope that you know Dr. Coldwell is a trained martial artist :-) Your wife started this all so she should face Dr. C on her own, you just want to play captain save a hoe.

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    3. Oh, Diedre, I should have immediately deferred to your obviously greater insight than mine into Connie's character, since you have never even met her, and are therefore immune to her crafty wiles. The economy of your logic is indeed impressive.

      As I said previously, I never threaten, even indirectly. Given the veracity of coldwell's other claims relative to his training, qualifications, and performance, I have every reason to doubt his apparent claim to be a martial artist on the level of Chuck Norris. Being merely a dan candidate in Aikido, I greatly respect anyone who has also studied the arts for decades, but there is no real reason to include coldwell in that category. But he is more than welcome to demonstrate his proficiency if he likes.

      Finally, I would no sooner leave my wife in the presence of someone with coldwell's reputation for vengeful behavior and sexual abuse than I would leave her in a rattlesnake pit. Although he has pretty well established the fact that he has no fangs and less venom, only empty bluster. Much like yourself. :-)

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    4. Your wife admits herself she has a narcissistic personality disorder, so a good psychiatrist would have an even better insight as both of us.

      Aikido? That's the most passive martial art in existence. Dr. C is a special forces veteran and practices far deadlier martial arts.

      She's a grown woman Ron, I think she can fend for herself. I assume has more to do with the allegations of her trying to seduce Dr. C and you're a bit jealous :) Where there's smoke, there's fire.

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    5. This period of service in the special forces... Was that before, during or after his 16 years in general practice and curing 35,000 cancer patients?

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    6. Diedre, please have someone explain the concept of parody to you before trying to besmirch Connie. Your attempts thus far have only served to make you appear ignorant. Having been a certified neuropsychiatric technician who has performed hundreds of admissions interviews, I am pretty adept at spotting and categorizing psychiatric disorders, and had coldwell pegged years ago. He's such a textbook case that any first-year psych student would be able to accurately diagnose him almost immediately.

      I'd also suggest that you observe some sessions in a good dojo before belittling a martial art form about which you are obviously misinformed. I think you would find inter-discipline matches particularly enlightening. Or perhaps not. It might be more educational to watch coldwell physically engage an experienced aikidoka. Let us know how his Chuck Norris fantasy goes, and please post a video of the proceedings. Should be a real hoot.

      As to coldwell's ludicrous lie that Connie was sexually attracted to him, I can only say that the more the accusation is repeated, the more hilarious it becomes. Jealousy isn't one of my failings, and Connie has never demonstrated any interest in delusional, obese Nazis. But if you can provide any proof whatsoever to support the little worm's blathering, I'll be more than glad to look at it. Of course, I won't be holding my breath.

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    7. I was just parodying Connie herself. As for psychiatry, I suggest you watch the documentary "Psychiatry: An Industry of Death" This film couldn't be more accurate. Anyone with an intelligent mind and wisdom can see it. The APA is a private organisation and they just make up diseases in the DSM-V to sell their drugs. Drugs that work similar to cocaine and amphetamine once metabolized in the body by activating the parasympathetic nervous system. So no I don't believe Dr. C deserves a made-up label.

      I'll admit I'm no expert on Aikido, though it's surprising they have no attacks, no sparring, no competition, no ground work and it's not used in Mixed Martial Arts. It might work against a drunk person but I'd like to see an Aikidoka grab the punches of a trained boxer and do their pinning movements.


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    8. As for Dr. C's service in the special forces, probably before his 16 years in general practice. Germany had conscription for male citizens between 1956 and 2011.

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    9. Well, nice try at parody, FloDidi, but as usual when you try to be funny, it fell flat. As you know I have never written that I have "narcissistic personality disorder." The "insufferable narcissist" bit is a shtick for my blog profile (originally Whirled Musings began as a humor blog), and I've facetiously invoked the "narcissist" description a few times.

      In truth I am no more narcissistic -- or selfish would be a better word -- than many folks in our "culture of narcissism," as it was described by Christopher Lasch in a 1970s-era book. Speaking non-clinically, we all have a bit of the narcissist in us, a trait to which self-help scammers, religious leaders and politicians often try to appeal.

      Both Ron and I -- and I assume Longdog as well -- are aware of the many criticisms about psychiatry, some of which are legitimate. Yet here again we have the credential quandary: "Dr." C is also very critical of psychiatry, and yet he claims to be trained and have expertise in psychiatry and psychology. That's how he deemed himself qualified to "diagnose" me -- and numerous other critics -- with various mental illnesses, complexes and syndromes, all of which have been described at one time or another in the DSM.

      A real psychiatrist of my acquaintance, while not claiming to be making any official diagnosis since he's never met Coldwell, once told me that Coldwell's writing and public behavior indicate a narcissist and psychopath with "inadequate personality disorder." Again, he didn't claim that this was an official diagnosis; it was just an overwhelming impression, based upon his decades of experience in the field.

      And yes, I am a grown woman but will always welcome Ron's support, and would absolutely welcome it if I were in physical danger.

      As for Coldwell being in the special forces, I think you made a typo, FloDidi. I believe you meant "special farces."

      Finally, nice try with the “smoke and fire” metaphor regarding Coldwell’s sick sexual fantasies about me. It’s another way of trying to turn that very real police report about Coldwell against his “enemies.” That, IMO, was a real smoke-and-fire situation. As I’ve said numerous times, if I had been as persistent in harassing Coldwell (and his family and coworkers) as he boasted on numerous occasions, there would be some sort of proof – emails, recorded phone calls or other evidence. There is no evidence because it never happened.

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    10. "As for Dr. C's service in the special forces, probably before his 16 years in general practice. Germany had conscription for male citizens between 1956 and 2011."
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      Now you are REALLY being silly. Even Coldwell (in most of his autobiographical sketches) never mentioned a stint in the military. In fact, the way he tells it most often, he became involved in "doctoring" and "healing" as a child -- either a child of 5, 10 or 12, or maybe 14, depending upon the story -- in an effort of course to help heal Mommy "Coldwell's" famous illnesses. From there, according to his most commonly spewed narratives, his life was devoted to gaining "medical" expertise in any way he could. He attended legitimate medical schools as he could, and traveled all around the world to learn healing secrets from indigenous folks of various types. And at every step of the way he was oppressed, repressed, and hounded by the medical establishment and Big Pharma because they were so jealous of his incredible successes.

      It seems to me that the martial arts expertise claims arose more recently than the original brave-maverick-doctor narrative, and the "special forces" claim was much more recent still. I look forward to seeing what he'll add to his autobiography next. Maybe he was an astronaut or Olympic swimming champ? There are all sorts of things he can invent, and his more idiotic fans will never question it.

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    11. Diedre wrote, "I'll admit I'm no expert on Aikido..." Your description makes that statement glaringly obvious. Look a bit deeper into classical Aikido. The foundation of Aikido is to use an opponent's strength and attacks against him, but there are numerous moves and blows that are as potentially physically damaging as anything in other schools of martial arts. There are numerous variations of shomenuchi iriminage, dim mak, and the vibrating palm from which you can begin your research. If you have more interest in facts than you have displayed thus far. Just from the immaturity with which coldwell responds to mere questions - never mind critics - I'd wager that his "expertise" in martial arts is likely limited to his having viewed a Jackie Chan movie or two. He certainly hasn't embraced the level of integrity that is an integral part of all schools not run by hucksters.

      As to coldwell's dismissive comments (and your own parroting of his comments) regarding psychiatry, I'd suggest that neither of you have anything other than paranoid conspiracy theories upon which to base your assessments. Psychiatry is neither a perfect science nor a sham, and it has served to better the lives of millions of people, despite the occasional instances of misuse. I'd venture a guess that coldwell's hatred of psychiatry has likely been formed in response to his having been diagnosed at some point in his life with a pathology that he found distasteful, much as his misogyny is most probably based in the frequent rejections of his would-be conquests, a few of whom have described their very unpleasant experiences with him. Given his publicly expressed fantasies wherein Connie is the focus of his attention, I can only imagine what a woman who encounters him face to face must endure. I would feel compassion for him, were he not such a fundamentally toxic little man.

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    12. You should actually be grateful for Dr. C giving you a free diagnosis Connie, that way you can look into treatment. If the psychiatrist of your acquaintance would be right about Dr. C you should at least have a bit more empathy towards him. He had a troubled childhood and was forced to become an adult at a young age who had to care for his own mother. On top of that he was abused by his biological father. So far I see no compassion from the side of you and your husband.

      Real police report? You're probably a radical feminist who believes in rape culture, that "victim" revoked her complaint. Over half the rape complaints are false

      "When the US Air Force's Office of Special Investigations headed by Dr. Charles McDowell investigated rape cases of Airforce personnel on Air force bases throughout the world and found that 27% were false by admission from the accuser, usually after they were asked to take a polygraph test. Subsequently he developed a 35 criteria listing traits common among those had confessed to making up false claims, used to distinguish false accusations from genuine cases. Three independent judges later reviewed the remaining cases using the criterion. Only when they unanimously agreed did they determine a false claim. At the end of the day, the false rape allegation rate was 65%"
      Similar studies came to similar results. So no I do not believe for one second Dr. C is a rapist.

      I learned about Dr. C's claimed special forces service only from this blog, I have no idea where he mentioned it. But like I stated the Bundeswehr had conscription for it's male citizens back then so it's not impossible he got assigned to a branch that's considered "special forces". It doesn't take much time to travel the world these days, you can be almost anywhere in 48 hours. The courses he attended could have been short seminars.

      Regarding Aikido, it's just a soft version of Daitō-ryū Aiki-jūjutsu. Ueshiba got some spiritual revelation about the universe so he decided to make Aikido about love and harmony. Even he showed you his black belt you'll still want to believe he bought it at some McDojo.

      Conspiracy theorist have been proven to be the most sane of all Source: http://www.naturalnews.com/047168_conspiracy_theorists_sanity_propaganda.html
      Psychiatry has alway been about MONETISING human suffering. Take away the paycheck from all those wonderful doctors and nurses and let's see how much they still care about "helping" you. If the truth were to come out about what really happens behind closed doors in these instutions these people would be out of an income, that's why they attack truth speakers.
      Do you even know what the word misogyny means? "Misogyny is hatred of, contempt for, or prejudice against women or girls" If Dr. C is the womanizer you claim he is, he must obviously love women.

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    13. 1. "Dr." C is not qualified to "diagnose" anyone for anything, be it a physical ailment or mental illness. I am not grateful for his armchair “diagnoses,” only amused by them and by his laughable attempts to make himself look like a qualified professional.
      2. I can believe “Dr.” C’s story of an abusive dad, and if "Dr." C weren't so arrogant and hateful I might have more compassion for him.
      3. The police report is real, even though the complaints never resulted in any criminal charges, due to the complainants being intimidated by "Dr." C. There were considerably more than two alleged victims whose stories were recounted in that report. Of these, only one alleged victim later withdrew her complaint -- SEVEN YEARS LATER. I have it on good authority that Coldwell harassed, intimidated and even tried to bribe the complainants, and that the woman who did finally sign an affidavit withdrawing her complaint was bribed into doing so.
      4. I do believe that "rape culture" exists in both blatant and subtle forms. Here is a Feb. 2016 blog post that covers this among other topics:
      http://cosmicconnie.blogspot.com/2016/02/musings-on-rape-culture-xenophobia.html
      Beyond that, we've already argued back and forth on your blog about false rape accusations. But I have never actually accused "Dr." C of being a rapist, and neither did Salty Droid, and neither has Longdog, and neither did the women on the 2007 police report. There are other forms of sexual abuse (and abuse of power) besides forcible rape.
      5. As I recall, Coldwell’s “special forces” boast appeared on a couple of his German-language social media posts last year. Longdog may be able to clarify. In any case this boast was never a part of his earlier narratives and you think that he would be able to remember something that significant.
      6. I'll let Ron argue about the martial arts stuff. I am pretty much indifferent to martial arts and don't claim to know anything about them. I do know that the martial arts champion story hasn't always figured into Lenny's narrative; it is a relatively recent addition.
      7. Your attempt to bolster your own arguments by sharing a link to conspiracy nut and right-wing ranter Mike "The Health Ranger" Adams' site isn't going to win you any points here.
      8. Your view of psychiatry is simplistic. While there is some validity to the argument that the pharmaceutical industry and medical professions (including psychiatry) have monetized human suffering, there are professionals within those industries who are motivated by something besides money. And if you think that “Dr.” C is motivated primarily by altruism and not by money, you really do have blinders on.
      9. Many womanizers and exploiters of women are indeed misogynists, so your argument is invalid. Misogyny doesn't necessarily mean one is repelled by women and has no contact with them. It does however imply contempt and lack of respect for women, which Coldwell has demonstrated in many ways.

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  14. Continued....

    “That's also probably why he doesn't share the details of his degrees online “

    How would sharing his degrees online help the evil pharma industry attack him IF they were genuine? Degree certificates don't have your home address on them you know.




    “At least one of his degrees is a Honorary Doctorate “

    An honorary doctorate does not entitle you to use the title Doctor and it certainly doesn't entitle you to practice medicine.



    “Regarding the table salt, I have no idea which studies he based himself on to make that statement. You would need to ask himself, but a Google search finds other websites stating this. “

    Here's a little experiment you can do for yourself... Dissolve one tablespoon of table salt in half a litre of warm water. When the insoluble sand and glass settle to the bottom get back to me.



    “Dr. Höhn who confirmed Dr. C's cure rate is a certified M.D. who swore the Hippocratic Oath“

    Dr Hohn is a business associate of Coldwell's and has been since he was still Bernd Klein back in Germany. His 'confirmation' of Lenny's claims is utterly worthless and the institutions that he cites as doing two studies DON'T EXIST!.



    “As for how he cured them so fast you would need to ask him himself, I wasn't there when he did it. “

    As I have already pointed out to you Coldwell will NEVER answer any questions about his 'qualifications' or his fantasy life story. He is more than capable of posting here if he so desires and I know he reads this blog so I repeat my invitation to him to engage in debate if he wants to. If he can provide evidence that disproves anything I say I will apologise and retract... I won't be holding my breath.



    “Dr. C has stated cancer can be cured in a matter of weeks so it wouldn't be unimaginable he gave them some self-help advice in less than in an hour and they came back after a few weeks for a short follow-up talk in which he could diagnose they were cured. “

    Do you SERIOUSLY believe that? Really... Examine, diagnose, treat and follow up a cancer patient in an hour total not once, not twice but 35,000 times? You HONESTLY swallow that story?



    “The testimonials of people who were cured by Dr. C's advice are way more valuable to me “

    The plural of 'anecdote' is 'anecdotes' not 'evidence'.



    “Diploma mill qualitifcation in itself is not fraudulent. It's only fraudulent when you use them to claim qualifications you don't have “

    Exactly... And Exactly what Coldwell has been doing for years.



    “They are genuine PhDs, and the institutes that hand them out are sometimes accredited as well by various accreditation bodies. “

    How do you know this? The only PhD that Coldwell has let slip any details is the fake psychology PhD from here... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Columbia_State_University He has never said when, where or in what subject he earned the other three or realeased any details of them whatsoever. In fact he seems to have dropped that claim at some point recently. Presumably because of the amount of mockery it brought down on his head.



    “Instead of academic study they hand them out based on years of proven work experience and there's often also a course requirement. “

    Ah yes... I remember those emails back in the late 90s... “Get the qualifications you deserve based on your life experience and a self graded multiple choice exam... Bstchelors degrees $25, Masters $50, Doctorate $100... Everybody accepted”... Not actually real qualifications.

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    1. "How would sharing his degrees online help the evil pharma industry attack him IF they were genuine? Degree certificates don't have your home address on them you know. "

      They could ask his university to revoke his degree and to the government to revoke his medical license.

      "An honorary doctorate does not entitle you to use the title Doctor and it certainly doesn't entitle you to practice medicine."

      In some countries, a person who holds an honorary doctorate may use the title "Doctor" prenominally, abbreviated "Dr.h.c." or "Dr.(h.c.)". This is not Dr. C's only degree, he's also got a NMD which allegedly allows your to practice medicine in Germany.

      Just because Bernie O'Ma-loony and Connie couldn't find anything on Google concerning the institutes doing the studies doesn't mean they're invalid. They could be classified or have taken place before the internet became mainstream.
      Dr. C simply doesn't have the time to engage with negative people like you, he only surrounds himself with positive people. The time spent defending himself he can better use to cure his patients.
      It would be perfectly possible to cure cancer patients in under an hour of contact time. Most doctors in the medical system don't even have an hour the time to talk to a single patient, my GP does 5-10 consultations an hour.

      Those anecdotes of sexual abuse at GIN you and Connie keep accusing Dr. C of are no evidence either yet you present it as if it were.

      "How do you know this? " I don't, it's just a general statement. I can't show you the 3 missing degrees, only Dr. C can answer that question. He might have reasons to not do so however.


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    2. "They could ask his university to revoke his degree and to the government to revoke his medical license."

      OK... First and foremost an earned (as opposed to horoary) degree or higher degree can only be revoked if it was dishonestly obtained which means overwhelming evidence of corruption, plagiarism or cheating. Universities don't revoke degrees on the say so of anybody...

      Secondly Coldwell has NEVER had a licence to practice medicine anywhere in the world.


      "In some countries, a person who holds an honorary doctorate may use the title "Doctor" prenominally, abbreviated "Dr.h.c." or "Dr.(h.c.)"."

      You are half right... Coldwell would be entitled to describe himself as Leonard Coldwell DHum (hc). He would not be entitled to use the title 'Doctor' and he would not be entitled to omit the '(h.c)' under any circumstances. Aditionally he would not be entitled to use 'PhD' because a Doctor of Humanities is not a PhD... The clue is in the name.

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      "This is not Dr. C's only degree, he's also got a NMD which allegedly allows your to practice medicine in Germany."

      There is no evidence he has a degree in 'naturopathic medicine'. The certificates on his 'bio' website are not degrees and in any even a 'NMD' qualification does not entitle him to act in general practice which he claims to have done for 16 years.


      "Just because Bernie O'Ma-loony and Connie couldn't find anything on Google concerning the institutes doing the studies doesn't mean they're invalid. They could be classified or have taken place before the internet became mainstream."

      Your fishing around for 'might be' excuses is pathetic. Hohn's 'confirmation' of his cure rate is dated 2010 which is well within the life-time of the internet and in any event, Coldwell only started telling his 35,000/92.3% story around that time.


      "Dr. C simply doesn't have the time to engage with negative people like you"

      He has time to launch idiot and doomed lawsuits and has time to post endless shit on the internet but he doesn't have time to respond to allegations about his lack of qualifications and his fantasy life story?


      "The time spent defending himself he can better use to cure his patients."

      He says himself that he doesn't work with patients and never has worked with patients in the US so that argument doesn't hold water. Mind you... He also claims otherwise as he can't keep his story straight for five minutes.



      "It would be perfectly possible to cure cancer patients in under an hour of contact time. Most doctors in the medical system don't even have an hour the time to talk to a single patient, my GP does 5-10 consultations an hour."

      A GP consultation about a minor ailment and a full course of treatment for cancer are not quite comparable though are they? Examine, diagnose, treat and follow up cancer in under an hour? Seriously? Do you even think that a GP would treat diagnose or treat cancer? Of course they fucking wouldn't they would refer to a specialist clinic. For fauck's sake man... I spend more than a hour every year in at the asthma clinic and the same goes for the diabetes clinic.


      "Those anecdotes of sexual abuse at GIN you and Connie keep accusing Dr. C of are no evidence either yet you present it as if it were."

      I don't think either Connie or I have ever stated as a fact that Coldwell is a rapist but the police report into 'forcible fondling' exists and that's that.


      ""How do you know this? " I don't, it's just a general statement. I can't show you the 3 missing degrees, only Dr. C can answer that question. He might have reasons to not do so however."

      If he has reasons not to disclose the details of the three missing PhDs and the four missing 'Doctor degrees' he should give them rather than publish his worthless 'accreditation' certificates... Yet again you are just coming out with 'he MIGHT have his reasons' as a possible excuse that just might explain why he might not want to make them public... Maybe... Isn't it more likely the reason he has never produced the evidence is the fact it doesn't exist.

      Incidentally... Why do you think he has never followed through with his libel suits? Could it perhaps be that if he had persevered any decent defence lawyer or pro-se defendant would have been entitled to full disclosure which means he would actually have to prove to a court he's actually a doctor rather than a grotty, lying little spiv?

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    5. We both know big pharma sponsors universities and they can threaten to cut that funding if they don't revoke Dr. C's degree. From my own experience, the college I went to had it's library funded by GlaxoSmithKline and many professors were paid by the pharmaceutical industry to do research. One of them stated himself during class: "Every professor is a company with PhD students as it's employees". Maybe that's why he doesn't want them to know which college he attended.

      As Connie herself stated, in the U.S. a NMD gives one possibility to do medical practice to some extent.

      "You are half right... Coldwell would be entitled to describe himself as Leonard Coldwell DHum (hc)."
      With that degree he would, but he probably uses another substantive doctorate to use the title of doctor.

      "There is no evidence he has a degree in 'naturopathic medicine'. The certificates on his bio site prove the governing bodies that issued them deemed him fulfiling their criteria. He probably showed them his NMD degree. I have never seen a degree of any allopathic doctor I visited, and I doubt they would show it to me if I asked.

      "Hohn's 'confirmation' of his cure rate is dated 2010 which is well within the life-time of the internet and in any event"

      The letter is just a confirmation of those studies, it doesn't mean they took place in 2010.

      "He has time to launch idiot and doomed lawsuits and has time to post endless shit on the internet but he doesn't have time to respond to allegations about his lack of qualifications and his fantasy life story?"
      He outsources those things. He has a team of lawyers for the legal matters and his Dumbbook account is co-authored by his friend Sarah Julie Barendse.

      " I spend more than a hour every year in at the asthma clinic and the same goes for the diabetes clinic."
      It's because cancer is one of the easiest ilnesses to threat. Dr. C lets most of all patients cure themselves. Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rAE9k7DUpZA

      "I don't think either Connie or I have ever stated as a fact that Coldwell is a rapist but the police report into 'forcible fondling' exists and that's that."
      Homo praesumitur bonus donec probetur malus. One is innocent until proven guilty.

      "Isn't it more likely the reason he has never produced the evidence is the fact it doesn't exist." There's a slight possibility, but I doubt it. I can offer you no conclusive proof at the moment, only elevate your thinking.

      "Why do you think he has never followed through with his libel suits?"
      Because he might have changed his mind or gave you a second chance.

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    6. “We both know big pharma sponsors universities and they can threaten to cut that funding if they don't revoke Dr. C's degree.”

      As I have attempted to explain to you this cannot happen. An EARNED (as opposed to an honorary) degree can only be cancelled for one reason and that reason is that the degree was obtained dishonestly... Bribery, cheating, corruption, plagiarism, impersonation etc if PROVEN would probably result in a degree or higher degree being withdrawn but GENUINE bodies with degree awarding powers are notoriously jealous of their independence on the issue. Your 'pressure from big pharma' theory has no basis in reality.

      Honorary degrees can be revoked but rarely are. An earned degree stands no matter what you do afterwards. If you have been awarded a genuine PhD for genuine work at a doctoral level you can spit on the pavement, shoot a panda or commit mass murder... The award stands.

      In any event your very dodgy logic isn't even internally consistent. Imagine the PR coup it would be for Coldwell to be able to say “Here are the scans of my four PhDs and my four doctor degrees and here are the letters from the evil universities who have withdrawn them because of ”. Effectively what you are saying is Coldwell doesn't have to prove he has his quite frankly fantastic number of qualifications because if he did he wouldn't have them. ANYBODY could use that argument about any qualifications about anything.



      “As Connie herself stated, in the U.S. a NMD gives one possibility to do medical practice to some extent. “

      That is true to a certain extent. Some (but not all) states allow any old Tom, Dick or Harry to practice naturopathy on the basis of a bought-off-the-internet qualification but Coldwell has claimed on many occasions to have been “in general practice for 16 years” back in the old country. Now I know for a fact that to be in general practice in Germany you need a GENUINE medical degree but we also have Coldwell himself saying that he doesn't and never has had the title of 'Doctor' in Germany. The Germany are well known for 'being very German' when it comes to the titles people use. I would not be allowed to call myself a 'service engineer' in Germany because I don't have an engineering degree or a membership of an approved governing body... I'd have to call myself a 'service technician' or something.

      Now... We also have the problem of when exactly Coldwell would've had time to be in general practice for 16 years. I think I'm right in saying he was born in 1957 and left Germany in 1999. That gives him 24 years of his adult life in which to have accomplished the following...

      Study medicine for 10 years.
      Be in general practice for 16 years (we've already gone past 1999)
      examine, diagnose, treat, follow up 35,000 advanced stage cancer patients.
      Write 6 'bestselling' books.
      Study for a bachelor's degree
      Study for a master's degree.
      Study for a PhD in psychology
      Hold seminars (2,000,000 attendees)
      Coach top athletes.
      Devise NAPS
      Become a professor of psychology (University never named)
      Be a publisher.
      Be a music producers.
      Be a member of German special forces.
      Be a blue-chip business consultant.

      Busy fucker wasn't he?

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    7. “The certificates on his bio site prove the governing bodies that issued them deemed him fulfilling their criteria. He probably showed them his NMD degree. “

      Again with the 'probably'... You're just speculating again...

      You clearly haven't actually done any research into the organisations on that page... I have and they are all entirely bogus.

      For example the “American Alternative Medical Association” and the “American Association of Drugless Practitioners” are actually the same organisation under different names and their website links to the “American Holistic University” which says this about their 'degree courses'...

      “All courses are self-paced, non-timed, and SELF GRADING with answers derived from the texts. Some exams involve 10% inference, which means that the student must deduct the correct answer from knowing the material in the text; OTHERWISE, ALL ANSWERS MAY BE FOUND ALMOST VERBATIM IN THE REQUIRED TEXTS. “

      Basically... Pay us the money and you get the degree... No exams... Mark your own work...

      By no stretch of the imagination could any of the organisations on that site be called a 'governing body'. They exist solely to provide worthless certificates to quacks.



      “I have never seen a degree of any allopathic doctor I visited, and I doubt they would show it to me if I asked. “

      Strange that as every doctor's office I have been in has the doctor's certification hanging right there on the wall. And of course if I had my doubts about their registration I could contact the resistration body and ask. Who do we ask about Lenny's qualifications? Where do I look to find his four PhD theses?



      “The letter is just a confirmation of those studies, it doesn't mean they took place in 2010. “

      That's true enough but the Bad Nenndorf Institute for Statistics in Medicine doesn't exist and neither does The Berlin Health Institute. There is Health Institute of Berlin but a German speaking friend phoned them and they said... Probably in German... “Never fucking heard of him”.

      In any event, as I have said before, Hohn is a business long standing business associate of Coldwell's so his independence is dubious to say the very least. IF Coldwell has had his work assessed by the Bad Nenndorf Institute for Statistics in Medicine and The Berlin Health Institute why doesn't he show us them rather than a letter from his mate saying he's seen them?



      “He outsources those things”

      To people who sound exactly like him? Is barely literate racist ranting a house style or something?

      “He has a team of lawyers for the legal matters “

      Really... That must be why he hired the most incompetent backstreet lawyers in history to conduct his lawsuits. Lenny no more has a 'legal team' than he has a private jet, a butler to bring him breakfast in bed or $100 billion. Oh well... I'm sure if he has got a team of lawyers I can expect the lawsuit pretty soon... I'll look forward to that.

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    8. Good points again, Longdog, with one minor correction: Lenny was born in 1958, not 1957. His birthday is January 28, according to the 1999 letter written by a Virginia attorney regarding his legal name change from Bernd Klein (which was granted on June 25, 1998). As you may recall, my Whirled hosted a Quinceanera for his new name back in 2013. He never even thanked me, after all the effort to celebrate the joyous occasion.
      http://cosmicconnie.blogspot.com/2013/06/waltz-time-for-berndlenny.html

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    9. “It's because cancer is one of the easiest ilnesses to threat. Dr. C lets most of all patients cure themselves. Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rAE9k7DUpZA “

      Is there no limit to the things you'll uncritically believe and repeat as long as Leonard Coldwell says it?



      “Homo praesumitur bonus donec probetur malus. One is innocent until proven guilty. “

      Absolutely correct. Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum videtur.



      “There's a slight possibility, but I doubt it. I can offer you no conclusive proof at the moment, only elevate your thinking. “

      I honestly fail to see how a tendency to uncritically take the word of a personal idol, no matter how patently ridiculous it is, is a virtue let alone elevated thinking.



      “Because he might have changed his mind or gave you a second chance. “

      Yet again you are hypothesising about him. Is there no aspect of Coldwell's inane megalomania you won't try to justify?

      I suggest you go back and look at the actual court documents for the JJ/SD-OS suit and the scattergun 2015 suit. In both cases he was dumped by his lawyers but that wouldn't be a reason to stop the cases would it? Not given his very public crowing about them and the fact he has a 'team of lawyers'.

      I'm going to take a leaf out of your book and suggest a few reasons why both cases failed.

      Theory the first: Lenny told lies to his lawyers and they rumbled him albeit somewhat belatedly. Not least amongst those lies would be his claim to have more qualifications than anybody on earth.

      Theory the second: Lenny's lawyers realised that the specified and allegedly defamatory comments were true. For example at para 11 of the 2015 he complained of being labelled an anti-Semite. It wouldn't have taken more than a few minutes to find the evidence that in fact... He IS an anti-Semite.

      Theory the third. Lenny lost his bottle when he realised Jason was biting back and he would actually ended up on the stand, under oath, having to explain away his whole fraudulant schtick from the 'qualifications' to his ever changing life-story and everything else.

      As you would say Lenny would says... It's only my opinion but I MIGHT be right.

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    10. @ Connie...

      "Good points again, Longdog, with one minor correction: Lenny was born in 1958, not 1957."

      I am indebted to m'learned friend. So that makes his claims an extra year's worth of unlikely.

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    11. "but GENUINE bodies with degree awarding powers are notoriously jealous of their independence on the issue. "
      That's the problem there's still a chance if they're not genuine they would do it, with all the scrutinity Dr. C is under he probably doesn't want to take the risk however small it is.

      "Now... We also have the problem of when exactly Coldwell would've had time to be in general practice for 16 years. I think I'm right in saying he was born in 1957 and left Germany in 1999. That gives him 24 years of his adult life in which to have accomplished the following..."

      All a matter of good time management, Dr. C has read a lot of self-help literature which helps him to plan his activities well.

      "Basically... Pay us the money and you get the degree... No exams... Mark your own work..."
      They assume you follow their instructions, it's similar to cheating on an ordinary college exam and no one finding out.

      "Strange that as every doctor's office I have been in has the doctor's certification hanging right there on the wall. And of course if I had my doubts about their registration I could contact the resistration body and ask. Who do we ask about Lenny's qualifications? Where do I look to find his four PhD theses? "
      Not all PhD theses are public. They could be on a secured server only accessible by college staff.

      "Is there no limit to the things you'll uncritically believe and repeat as long as Leonard Coldwell says it?"
      I trust Dr. C for speaking the truth. Whenever I see him talking he comes across as very sincere,integer and serious man. I have no reasons to doubt him at the time being.

      As for your theories, I suggest a theory 4: His lawyers were bought out by a big pharma firm. They gave them more money as they could ever make on that case.

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    12. Okay...

      First... You say that if his degrees WEREN'T genuine they might be revoked but if they weren't genuine they weren't worth anything in the first place.

      secondly.... Good time management has nothing to do with it. There is no conceivable way Lenny could have done all the things he clains to have done during his time in Germany. It doesn't add upband if you were honest with yourself you would admit that.


      Third.... If you think a 'degree' that is self graded if worth anything you're a bigger fool than I thought.


      Fourthly... GENUINE PhD theses are published by the awarding institution. In any event Coldwelll has never even stated when, where or in which subject he was supposedly awarded his doctorates. The only one we know anything about is his 'doctor of psychology' from Columbia State University... A long since defunct diploma mill.

      Fiftly... You see no reason to doubt his word in spite of the fantastic tales he tells? Really?

      Sixthly... If Lenny's lawyers were bought out by big pharma why didn't he employ new lawyers? You have already claimed he has a legal team and he says himself he has a $700,000 annual legal budget so why would being dumped by a backstreet McLawyer bother him?

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    13. 1. I was pointing towards "GENUINE bodies with degree awarding powers". These bodies are made up of people and people inevitably have their failings.

      2. He might have exaggerated a bit here and there and he might have a big ego. But in sports it's crucial to have a big ego to be at the top. "Sports psychologist Bill Beswick, who has worked for Manchester United and England, adds: "Ego is very powerful and can be the driving force behind performance. Ex-Manchester United midfielder Roy Keane had intense self-belief. He maximised his ego to make the absolute best of himself."

      3. Depends on the definition of "worthless", every degree is basically a worthless piece of paper. Especially all social and art science degrees are worthless. That's why all those majors in "Women's Studies" or "Art history" can't find a job.

      4. They might be published under a pseudonym. Because you can't find them it doesn't mean they aren't online.

      5. He might exaggerate a bit here and there and he has a big ego, though I believe that what he tells is largely correct.

      6. Maybe every law firm received a warning in the mail from big pharma firms to not work for Dr. C or simply Dr. C has decided this case was not worth his time anymore.

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  15. "I'm glad to see someone else also took a stand for our beloved Dr. C."

    Who are you talking to?

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    1. Clearly Didier/Florian (or whatever Fanboy's real name is) is referring to the writer of the Exposing Connie Schmidt blog, which I mentioned in my comments.

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    2. Looking at the stats for this blog the second greatest number of hits are coming from Belgium which adds a certain amount of evidence to the case that Didier and Florian are the same person.

      So maybe when he said "I'm glad to see someone else also took a stand for our beloved Dr. C" he really was talking to, or at least about, himself.

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    3. Entirely plausible, Longdog. I keep returning to the fact that "Didier" continues to make the same arguments that the Exposing CS blogger (whom I believe to be Florian) was making back in 2015. Like Didier, that blogger even cited Coldwell's "professionalism" on the G.I.N. videos, which I recall countering with a remark about how those videos were edited to serve G.I.N.'s purposes. So of course the edited vids wouldn't capture some of Coldwell's alleged foul language and alleged sexual boasting, which were reported by several G.I.N. members who were there in person. Nor would they show or mention Coldwell's alleged boorish, grab-em-by-the-p---y behavior during the various parties and gatherings at multiple G.I.N. events. (And again, that is based upon multiple eyewitness accounts.)

      And the G.I.N. videos certainly do not provide any evidence, much less proof, that Coldwell had or has any of the credentials and expertise he claims to have, nor do they provide any evidence that he ever cured anyone of anything.

      What they did capture was Coldwell manically shilling for Kevin Trudeau's huge scam, from which Coldwell was at the time profiting quite handsomely, even though he later claimed that he'd known for a long time that it was a scam.

      So Didier/Florian's citing of Coldwell's presentations on the G.I.N. propaganda tapes is irrelevant and does nothing to bolster either Coldwell's or Fanboy's credibility. The videos do actually reveal a few truths about Coldwell, but not the truths that Fanboy or Coldwell would hope.

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    5. Well said Connie.... GIN was a scam so it doesn't matter how professional his presentations were... He was still selling a scam.

      He's still selling the same scam now of course but its called IBMS.

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  16. Didier/Florian, in your comment addressed to me you wrote:
    "Here you say you would forgive him but when you received backfire for allegedly killing Blue you made it clear you were prepared to shoot him or unleash your dogs and husband at him if he were to come on your property. That much for forgiveness."
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    I absolutely did not say that at all. First off I never for a moment said I thought that Coldwell himself would physically visit my property. He is far too much of a coward to do that. I did express concern about Coldwell posting my home address (and private cell phone number, which I have never publicly shared (although Coldwell's friend Peter Wink had that number)). Coldwell repeatedly and publicly shared this information in the service of trying to incite his crazy fans to do what they would in revenge for my alleged killing of the dog. What I said was that if someone came on to my property with the clear intent to do harm they would discover that my husband and I were prepared to defend ourselves.

    This is nothing worse than -- and in fact is far milder than -- some of the things Coldwell has written. He has often boasted about how well armed he is and how much ammo he has, and he has even threatened certain people with hit men. (A couple of years ago he said he was thinking of purchasing "revenge insurance" which would presumably pay for contract killers to go after his "enemies.")

    As I have written about numerous times on my blog, on Facebook and on the Exposing Connie Schmidt blog, I received numerous threats as a result of Coldwell's doxing campaign, and someone even threatened to burn my house down in the middle of the night.

    Even after all of that, if Coldwell were to personally apologize to me for the many lies he has publicly been telling about me since 2012, and for his blatant attempts to endanger me, I MIGHT consider forgiving him. But that is moot, since Coldwell never apologizes to anyone.

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    1. It doesn't take a far stretch of imagination to see your preparedness to kill Dr. C based on Texan Castle Doctrine and Stand Your Ground legislation. You would probably shoot him or his supporters and claim "feeling" in fear of your life in court to get away with it. After all you hate this man through and through and it's you who should apologize and remove all your slanderous posts concerning Dr. C from your blog.

      Don't play the victim card here Connie, you started this conflict with Dr. C. Had you just abstained from making fun of him on your blog for your personal amusement you would have had no conflicts with Dr. C. You and your gang even threatened legal action against Dr. C to make him stop his medical work, which could cost hundreds of lives. The allegations of killing Blue, founded or unfounded, are no suprise after all the crap you wrote about him. The threats of followers if you are innocent are your karma for the 5 years of badmouthing Dr. C. The "revenge insurance" was obviously just a joke from him, he's a person with a great sense of humor.

      "Laughter and humor carry a strong and constant beat at the heart of who Leonard Coldwell is as well. Looking into his history, his life was clearly not easy nor pain-free. At the early age of 12, he was told that his mother was dying of terminal cancer. He immediately sought the advice of any and all leading experts on the disease. His research reached far beyond that of any typical 12-year old, and by the age of 14 he had written his first book in response to this great trial (by the way, with his assistance his mother beat cancer. She is now 74-years old, healthy, and full of vim and vigor!). He has an abundance of friends and it is clear why. He does not tolerate negativity and proclaims to love his friends, patients, and seminar attendees from the bottom of his heart."

      From http://drleonardcoldwell.com/laughing-your-way-to-health-with%E2%80%A6/?print=print

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    2. Oh, now you're just being silly, Didi. Or idiotic. I'm not playing "the victim card." And I have no desire to kill "Dr." C or anyone else. I'm not nearly as much of a "Texan" as you apparently imagine me to be, and in fact there are a lot of liberal, peace-loving Texans like me in this big beautiful state. I don't "hate" Coldwell; I have utter and profound contempt for him, but that's not the same thing as hate.

      Your little idol Lenny is the one who is completely obsessed with guns and ammo and "preparedness." And clearly he hates me, so I wouldn't put it past him to try to send someone out after me.

      I will never voluntarily remove my posts from my blog or retract anything I have written until and unless I get credible evidence that I have written something inaccurate. As it stands now I have no intention of apologizing to that pathetic little man for anything, because I have done nothing wrong. He's the one who owes me an apology, but I'm not holding my breath.

      By the way, Coldwell started publicly posting lies about me as early as October 2012 (at least those were the first ones I saw), less than five MONTHS (not 5 years) after I first wrote about him on my blog. He lied that I was a drug-addicted, dangerously mentally ill, AIDS-infected former prostitute who made sexual passes at him. He told those lies for a couple of years, and came up with the dog-killing lie in July 2014, only a little over two years after I first wrote about him.

      You wrote: "The allegations of killing Blue, founded or unfounded, are no suprise [sic] after all the crap you wrote about him." Hey, didn't you just recently write, on this very thread, that "Dr." C is not the vengeful type? Make up your mind, Florian.

      Where did you get the idea that I and my "gang" threatened legal action against "Dr." C? I have never threatened legal action against the little moron for his "medical" (ha, ha) work or anything else. Many people have suggested that I should sue him for the libelous, defamatory things he wrote about me -- things he knew were lies -- but so far I haven't. Litigation takes money I don't have and energy I don't want to expend. And again, Lenny is the one who is always threatening litigation to silence his critics. So if you want to criticize someone regarding baseless legal threats, look to your little idol.

      Finally, Lenny has a sense of humor only when it involves him laughing at someone else's expense. Otherwise he's just Thin-skin Len, who can dish it out but emphatically cannot take it. And your sharing of the claim that he "does not tolerate negativity" is either indicative of willful blindness/ignorance on your own part, or is yet another lame attempt at gaslighting.

      Nice try, but you're not going to convince anyone here.

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    3. By the way, Longdog, you just have to read the 2010 blog post that Didi cited above. It's from back in the day when Lenny was shilling for the GIN scam, and it is truly hilarious. It's written in the third person but there's no byline, which kind of makes it look like Lenny was writing it about himself, but the writing style, though atrocious, is a little too literate to be Lenny.

      "Jumper cable wisdom." Heh.
      http://drleonardcoldwell.com/laughing-your-way-to-health-with%e2%80%a6/

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    4. You're not trying to kill Dr. C yet you do everything that you can to ruin Dr. C's income? These are hard times for everyone due to financial crisis, I guess you would be laughing loud out if Dr. C ended up starving on the street because he went bankrupt because of your outrageous lies and accusations.

      Dr. C is just preparing himself for what's to come in America, he knows people in high places who informed him. When the crash of the dollar happens there will be total chaos in the streets. Those who are unprepared will perish.
      As for he sending someone after you, isn't that similar to you inspiring Longdog to start this blog?

      The interesting thing about skeptics like you is that you're always looking for proof, certainty. The question is, "what on earth would you do if you found it?" You'll never believe any proof Dr. C presents to you because you're on a personal vendetta against him. He put on a Bio website to please his various critics but instead of removing your posts you mocked and questioned the contents.

      Dr. C uses humor as well to be honest to his friends. Take a look at what he said in this seminar between 6:00 and 6:50 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JHAgyKa_cwo&t=406s

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    5. I have no emotional, financial or any other stake in influencing "Dr." C's income, for better or for worse. These are hard times for everyone? You'd never know it from the way Coldwell brags and brags and brags and brags and brags about how well he is doing, how much money he has, and all of the glorious material things he owns.

      By far the most devastating effect on LoonyC's income was Kevin Trudeau's decision to fire him from the GIN scam in spring of 2012. Kevin had previously given him a huge income boost -- a true turning point in Coldwell's career (and I got that firsthand from someone who was with him at the time) -- first by recommending Coldwell's info-frauducts in Kevin's first "Natural Cures" book, and later by bringing Coldwell into the GIN scam. Coldwell's income has never recovered from his ouster from GIN.

      I had never heard of Longdog until he began commenting on my blog and on Salty Droid's, and subsequent to that I learned that he had written the RationalWiki article on Coldwell. If I was one of the inspirations for him to start this blog, I'm flattered, but being an inspiration -- for a BLOG!-- is not at all the same thing as posting someone's name and home address, falsely accusing that person of a violent crime, and deliberately trying to incite one's craziest fans to deal with that person. Once again, Florian/Didier (Florier?) you show yourself to be a master of false equivalency.

      I mocked and questioned the contents of Coldwell's absurd Bio web site because they were and are worthy of mocking and questioning. The original site, which I described in detail in the first of a series of 2014 posts, contained atrocities in addition to the silly "credentials" (the latter of which, as Longdog has painstakingly tried to explain to you, are proof of NOTHING). On the original site Coldwell not only falsely accused me of sexually harassing him, but he also falsely accused Bernie O'Mahony of being a child rapist. Several folks reported that to the Web host and Coldwell subsequently took down the false accusations, though there were some glitches along the way (due no doubt to the incompetence of his Webmaster), and he blamed Bernie and me for "hacking" his site. What a moron.

      My point is that the Bio web site only made Coldwell look more ridiculous, and it doesn't take a "skeptic" to see that.

      By the way, in response to one of your earlier remarks, I'm not a socialist. I'm a slightly left-of-center liberal. I am actually pretty fond of capitalism but I see how egregiously it has been abused, and I have no doubt that it will continue to be abused even more egregiously under the Drumpf administration.

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    6. "You're not trying to kill Dr. C yet you do everything that you can to ruin Dr. C's income? These are hard times for everyone due to financial crisis, I guess you would be laughing loud out if Dr. C ended up starving on the street because he went bankrupt because of your outrageous lies and accusations."

      I wouldn't worry... He still has $100,000,000,000 in the bank and if he economised on butlers, bling watches and private jets I'm sure his best selling books income will see him through the tough times.


      "Dr. C is just preparing himself for what's to come in America, he knows people in high places who informed him. When the crash of the dollar happens there will be total chaos in the streets. Those who are unprepared will perish."

      D'ya know... I've been on the internet since before there was an internet and you had to dial in to bulletin boards and this 'things to come' and 'crash of the dollar' and other dire prognostications have been staple fare since before I could say "9.6kbit/sec". I'm quietly confident that even allowing for the US voting a circus clown in as president a zombie apocalypse is far more likely to happen. I hope so anyway... I've already got the t-shirt.

      Mind you... Lenny claims to have over 30 tonnes (or over 30 tons in old money) of ammunition stockpiled so he should be OK.


      "As for he sending someone after you, isn't that similar to you inspiring Longdog to start this blog?"

      So let me get this straight... Lenny publishing Connie's address and phone number along with a totally unfounded allegation of dogicide to his fans with the clear suggestion that they should take action against her... This in a country with more guns than people (to say nothing of common sense) and a murder rate that makes the UK wince... Is comparable to two people separated by 4000km of water both blogging about the same person? Really? That's comparable in your world is it?

      Incidentally, much as I respect Connie and her blog it wasn't actually that that got me interested in Lenny's buffoonery... It was his videos on YouTube which sat looking at with my mouth agape at the nonsense that spilled out of his cakehole. I thought "There's NO FUCKING WAY he's a doctor" so I toddled over to Google and guess what... I was right.



      "The interesting thing about skeptics like you is that you're always looking for proof, certainty. The question is, "what on earth would you do if you found it?" You'll never believe any proof Dr. C presents to you because you're on a personal vendetta against him"

      Let's not worry too much about cast iron proof just yet. That's putting the cart before the horse. Let's start with some CREDIBLE EVIDENCE and work from there.



      " He put on a Bio website to please his various critics but instead of removing your posts you mocked and questioned the contents."

      Yes... Guilty as charged. There's a reason for that though... What he posted on his 'accreditation' page (formerly 'acredation') are not accreditation in any sense of the word that means anything and they most certainly aren't qualifications to practice medicine. Now if he'd posted links to his PhD theses on their respective university websites we could all have marvelled at his all encompassing magnificence. Just the awrd certificates would've been fairly impressive... The number of people in this world with FOUR PhD's could be counted on the fingers of one foot... But that's not what we got.

      What we got was a handful of certificates that would make a graphical designer weep bitter tears pity, an HONORARY DHum cert, a picture of a bit of concrete and a badly edited fax from a dentist's convention.


      "Dr. C uses humor as well to be honest to his friends."

      I have a feeling that most people are laughing AT him not WITH him. I know I do.

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    7. It's the opposite way around, people joined GIN for the lectures given by Dr. C which were worth their weight in gold. When KT kicked out Dr. C they started going downhill, look at the state of GIN now, they can't even fill their chairs lol.

      Dr. C started another organisation in response which has none of the scamming of GIN called the Instinct Based Medicine System. By becoming a coach you can gain a residual income and work from home.

      "is not at all the same thing as posting someone's name and home address, falsely accusing that person of a violent crime, and deliberately trying to incite one's craziest fans to deal with that person. "

      Don't be silly Connie, your address can be found with a simple Google search. The fact you're still alive now proves you exaggerated those threats. You always play the victim and never take responsability for your own actions, pretty narcissistic. Your entire blog is centered around bringing people down in the self-help industry. You never write a postive piece or something that can help people, yet ironically you attack those who try to make the world a better place.

      As for his degrees, I found new evidence for them. When you go the second page of "Instinct Based Medicine" you can read ""Major Degrees: NMD, ND, Ph.D CNHP - Retired not practicing in the USA"
      So there you have all his degrees. They were highly probably checked by his publisher and eventual ghostwriters.

      " The number of people in this world with FOUR PhD's could be counted on the fingers of one foot... But that's not what we got."
      Dr. C has achieved a lot in his lifetime, it wouldn't be out of his possibilities. He's no ordinary man.

      "I have a feeling that most people are laughing AT him not WITH him. I know I do."

      You only laugh at Dr. C for his accent and height. He's 5ft7, that makes him taller as you and for his accent he at least tried to learn English when he came to America, unlike many Mexicans.

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    8. "It's the opposite way around, people joined GIN for the lectures given by Dr. C which were worth their weight in gold. When KT kicked out Dr. C they started going downhill, look at the state of GIN now, they can't even fill their chairs lol."
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      Well, Coldwell can't really fill chairs either, particularly once the novelty wears off. IBMS Masters Society started out as a US-based "secret society" and "success club" and those gatherings were always much, much smaller than any of the GIN gatherings in GIN's heyday. Now IBMS is all but dead in the US, and I imagine the novelty will soon wear off in Germany as well, because (most) Germans aren't stupid.

      No doubt many people joined GIN as a result of Coldwell's recruiting efforts. And he recruited aggressively because he had a downline and made money off of every recruit in the GIN MLM. But many, many other folks joined primarily because of Kevin Trudeau and only discovered Lenny as a result of their GIN membership.

      By 2012 GIN was on a downhill trajectory anyway because Kevin Trudeau's civil-turned-criminal lawsuit was finally catching up to him. I have it on very good authority (from folks who were GIN principals at the time and worked very closely with Trudeau) that Coldwell was fired primarily because GIN was trying to cut costs, and Coldwell was reportedly one of the top candidates for the cuts because he was a highly paid GIN speaker. To save money Trudeau wanted to pare down the sanctioned speaker list and have fewer live events. But there were several secondary reasons as well:
      1. Trudeau (and others) complained that Coldwell's presentations were becoming tired and redundant. To maintain member interest Trudeau wanted new and fresh content and Coldwell was not delivering.
      2. There was also the type of ego problem that's fairly common in Scamworld, i.e., Kevin was a little miffed that Coldwell was grabbing so much attention. After all, Kevin had elevated Coldwell to stardom and Coldwell was stealing some of his thunder. So... one scammer is jealous of another scammer. Yawn.
      2. That said, these same former GINsiders indicated that Coldwell also repeatedly violated agreements he had made with GIN, regarding Coldwell's misuse of GIN events and materials to promote his own products and seminars. That alone would have been grounds for firing him, but the GINsiders told me that cost-cutting was the *primary* reason.
      3. GIN leadership received numerous complaints, from various attendees at GIN events, about Coldwell's behavior both on stage and at GIN parties and other gatherings. The GINsiders said this was a factor but it didn't seem to be the primary factor because people had been complaining about Coldwell for some time and Trudeau did nothing about it. It was only when the legal and financial problems began to reach a crisis point -- and GIN membership began to decline *partly* as a result of ex-GIN members beginning to make noise -- that Trudeau decided to boot Coldwell out. This happened shortly after the 'Dream Weekend" in Las Vegas in April 2012. Peter Wink was booted out shortly before Coldwell was.

      I'll address other points in your comment in subsequent comments.

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    9. Before I go further I need to clarify point No. 2 above, regarding use of GIN events to promote one's own products, services and events. Certainly GIN speakers were allowed to promote themselves within the constraints of the agreements they had with GIN, but Coldwell reportedly abused that privilege.

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    10. Now to address some additional points that FloDidi (sounds like a rap singer, doesn't it?) made in the above comment.

      "Dr. C started another organisation in response which has none of the scamming of GIN called the Instinct Based Medicine System. By becoming a coach you can gain a residual income and work from home."
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      IBMS, which actually predates the IBMS Masters Society, is nothing but the latest incarnation of Coldwell's decades-long shtick, which was once known as NAPS and is an amalgamation of various selfish-help/pop-psychology/New-Age ideas, presented -- in Coldwell's trademark ham-handed, megalomaniacal manner – as something that’s not only unique (it isn’t) but is also the only answer to… everything.

      Selling certifications for dubious "expertise" is a well-known Scamworld business model. Coldwell isn't the first to do that and won't be the last. I've communicated with people who spent thousands of their hard-earned dollars to become IBMS "coaches" and they had numerous complaints, among them that the material was redundant and could have been covered in one short session; that Coldwell's promises of a lucrative career and all-but-guaranteed income stream were just so much hot air (his own disclaimers display just how bogus those promises are); and that Coldwell was abusive to some of his "students."

      "Don't be silly Connie, your address can be found with a simple Google search. The fact you're still alive now proves you exaggerated those threats. You always play the victim and never take responsability [sic] for your own actions, pretty narcissistic..."
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      One might just as easily say that the fact that Coldwell is still alive proves that he has been exaggerating the threats against him for years. Surely Big Pharma and the dastardly NWO operatives could have hit their target by now, with all of those so-called efforts.

      And let me try to explain something one more time to you. I’ll try to type slowly so you can understand. Having one’s address discoverable by Google search is not at all the same thing as being falsely accused of a violent crime AND having one’s accuser deliberately and repeatedly post one’s address (and private cell phone number) on the Web IN THE CONTEXT of inciting said accuser’s fans to take retaliatory action. I am not “playing the victim,” but simply expressing that there have been times I feared for my safety. I have exaggerated nothing, and I do take responsibility for my writing.

      “As for his degrees, I found new evidence for them. When you go the second page of ‘Instinct Based Medicine’ you can read ‘Major Degrees: NMD, ND, Ph.D CNHP - Retired not practicing in the USA’
      So there you have all his degrees. They were highly probably checked by his publisher and eventual ghostwriters.”
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      You presume far too much as usual, FloDida. Coldwell’s vanity publisher is also a friend and ally of his but assumes no responsibility for the content in the book. And the ghostwriter he has used most frequently is also a friend and colleague who has a financial stake beyond ghostwriting fees. It’s much more logical to assume that both publisher and ghostwriter did little if any vetting of the content for veracity. The books are also poorly written and edited, but that’s another topic.

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    11. And finally…
      “You only laugh at Dr. C for his accent and height. He's 5ft7, that makes him taller as you and for his accent he at least tried to learn English when he came to America, unlike many Mexicans.”
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      I must say that you seem to have a fairly intimate knowledge of Lenny’s measurements. Please do not share any more of them if you know them. (I am 5 foot 8, by the way.) More importantly, if you think that the only things Coldwell gets laughed at are his German accent and his height, you truly have not been paying attention. I personally have never laughed at his accent or even his spoken English (apart from the content itself). I have, on the other hand, laughed at his ludicrously semi-literate English writing style, which, my German-speaking friends tell me, is just as semi-literate in his native language. No wonder he needs a ghostwriter.

      Also, many Germans are reasonably fluent in English whether they move to America or not. Many Americans could take a lesson from multi-lingual Europeans and not be so afraid to learn Spanish or other languages themselves.

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    12. I actually tend to agree with your first post, GIN was a nasty pyramid scheme and Katie was a lying scamming scumbag. I only discovered Dr. C through reading "Natural Cures "They" Don't Want You To Know About" and was a fan of them both until GIN got exposed from the inside out. I actually sent KT a letter when he was in prison but when I discovered he lied about the GIN council and how he treated his own friend Dr. C I was totally done with the guy.
      I made my own father read "The only answer to cancer" but he couldn't finish it because there were too many advertisments for Dr. C and his sponsors' products. Although it didn't bother me you might have a point there.

      IBMS is indeed a MLM and I think it's a terrible business model. You only make your own money back by suckering other people in. I find it amusing when I'm approached by people I haven't heard of for a while only to find out it's to get me into their pyramid scheme. But I digress, I agree it's a bad model and Dr. C would be better off restructuring it into a conventional company.

      "One might just as easily say that the fact that Coldwell is still alive proves that he has been exaggerating the threats against him for years. Surely Big Pharma and the dastardly NWO operatives could have hit their target by now, with all of those so-called efforts."
      Just do a google search for "doctors killed by big pharma" and you'll find a lot of MD's who have passed away under suspicious circumstances. The CIA has officially declassified they have a secret heart attack gun and it's easy to make a murder look like a suicide. Dr. C might have been lucky or taking good preventive measures.

      "post one’s address (and private cell phone number) on the Web IN THE CONTEXT of inciting said accuser’s fans to take retaliatory action. "
      Dr. C is free to make that statement under the First Amendment to the United States Constitution. If some fan attacked you based on that information then that's the responsability of the fan himself to have acted out on it.

      As for his publisher being in the bed with Dr. C, there's no proof for that. You being active in the ghostwriting and editing should know better as me the PR drama that would unfold for that publisher if it were exposed that Dr. C didn't possess those degrees.

      As for his height I was mistaken, I looked up the forcible fondling report and it lists "508" in the height box. I can only assume they meant 5ft8. Bernie wrote on his blog referring to Dr. C: "Kinda hard when you’re only 5’6″ and going to shrink with age until you’re pygmy sized." Nice attempt at gay shaming, but I'm straight as a ruler :)
      You've referred to Dr. C as "Little Lenny" on your own blog, so you DO make fun of his height.
      As for him being semi-literate, that's probably a result of your professional deformation as a ghostwriter and editer. His posts are understandable to me despite English not being his first language. I can't speak out for his German posts since I struggled a lot with that with language myself when I studied it as a chosen course in school and college.

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    13. Didier... Your excuse making is becoming positively embarrassing to behold. Are you really so devoid if self respect that you can't see what a fool you're making of yourself?

      "As for Dr. C's service in the special forces, probably before his 16 years in general practice."

      Ten years medic school to become a GP plus his supposed 16 years in general practice already takes us past the time he emigrated to the US without even considering studying for his PhDs and curing 35,000 cancer patients. There's simply no way he could have done all the things he claims and that includes his recent fantasy of being in special forces.

      It's simple maths that doesn't add up.

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    14. FloDidi: In my comment above I wrote "More importantly, if you think that the only things Coldwell gets laughed at are his German accent and his height, you truly have not been paying attention. I personally have never laughed at his accent or even his spoken English (apart from the content itself)..."
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      I did not say that I never made fun of his height. What I did say was that he has been made fun of for many things besides his height and accent. Apparently he is self-conscious about his height, and even indicated as much to some of his former friends, but actually my calling him "Little Lenny" refers as much to his smallness -- in the sense of pettiness -- as it does to his physical height.

      I am not sure exactly what you mean by "professional deformation as a ghostwriter and editer [sic]." I was annoyed by bad writing long before I ever considered writing or editing as a profession. I don't normally go through casual online conversations with a red marker; everyone makes typos, including me. I do however criticize Lenny for his writing because if he is the highly educated professional he claims to be, he should be held to a higher standard than the average casual participant in online discussions.

      OMT, I wasn't actually trying to gay-shame, as I have no objection to people being gay, bi, trans, asexual or whatever. I was trying to poke at Lenny, because he is reportedly such a vicious homophobe... for reasons he has never adequately explained.

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    15. BTW, FloDidi, "Dr." C is not in fact free under the First Amendment to deliberately incite violence against an individual, which he was clearly trying to do.

      For that matter the First Amendment does not actually protect his right to falsely accuse me of being an AIDS-infected former prostitute. As you may be aware, Herr Drumpf's trophy wife and the US's soon-to-be First Lady filed a $150 million defamation suit against The (UK) Daily Fail online and an American blogger, merely for publishing a hearsay report suggesting that Melania had once been a paid escort. The Fail apologized and retracted but the suit has gone forward. And it was filed here in the US, where accusations of prostitution (as well as accusations of AIDS and other STDs) can fall under the category of defamation per se.

      As I previously noted, numerous people suggested to me that I should file suit against Coldwell for the clearly defamatory things he publicly and repeatedly wrote about me. But as I've also said, I never had the money or the inclination to pursue litigation, particularly since nobody who is even marginally important in my life believed any of the crap he wrote about me. I just let him lie and lie and lie for years, because his lies just made HIM look stupid.

      The publication of my address and the incitement to violence was an entirely different story, however. This went beyond childish name-calling so as I've also said, I did report it to the proper authorities. It would have been up to them to press criminal charges had they deemed such charges appropriate, but they did not (they claimed there was "not enough evidence").

      But regardless of results, or lack thereof, what remains are Coldwell's words and actions over the years, and his clear intent to goad someone into doing me harm. Even if he had not posted my home address while encouraging people to take action against me, the very fact that he accused me, with absolutely no evidence whatsoever, of killing his dog speaks volumes about his character. Or lack thereof. Same goes with his accusations that I am a drug-addicted, AIDS-infected prostitute -- all lies. It all shows that he is about as far from the positive-thinking humanitarian hero of his phony narrative as a person can possibly be.

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    16. "The CIA has officially declassified they have a secret heart attack gun"

      Where did you get this gem of knowledge from? Rense, Whale.to, prisonplanet or some equally reliable source?

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    17. I just wrote a long comment to these 3 posts but it doesn't appear :/ Either Longdog needs to approve it or something went wrong, I don't have time now to rewrite it all over again.

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    18. No... I've not enabled moderation of comments so it's either something you did or Blogger playing up... Probably the latter.

      However it came through on email so here it is to save you rewriting it all...

      Didier wrote...

      It's not a matter of self-respect longdog, it's my respect for Dr. C that motivates me to make a stand for him. Everyone pisses on this man online and no one is brave enough to speak up for him.

      "Ten years medic school to become a GP plus his supposed 16 years in general practice already takes us "
      He might have added his internship years towards the years in general practice, or he might have been an army doctor in the military. In most of Europe it only takes 6 years to get a Master of Medicine and after that you can choose to specialize yourself during an internship.

      I meant the French term "Déformation professionnelle", as coined by the Belgian sociologist Daniel Warnotte. It's a tendency to look at things from the point of view of one's own profession rather than from a broader perspective.

      Another leftist tactic, how classy Connie. "Homophobe are gay themselves" is only true in a small amount of cases. Leftist like to use terms like that to invalidate the person they're debating with so they have to spent all their time and energy to defend themselves against these accusations.

      Let me quote my favorite Jew Ben Shapiro for you:

      "When someone calls you a racist, sexist, bigot, homophobe because you happen to disagree with them about tax policy or same-sex marriage or abortion, that’s bullying. When someone slanders you because you happen to disagree with them about global warming or the government shutdown, that’s bullying. When someone labels you a bad human being because they disagree with you, they are bullying you. They are attacking your character without justification. That’s nasty. In fact, it makes them nasty.”
      ― Ben Shapiro, How to Debate Leftists and Destroy Them: 11 Rules for Winning the Argument

      That's because the First Amendment has been infringed upon. Free speech should have no limits, otherwise it can't be called free speech anymore.

      You started this all Connie, it's you who should stand trial at a court of Justice. Dr. C hasn't written anything about you for ages, I believe he hasn't mentioned you since Blue's death. Yet you still go out looking for conflict by following his Facebook pages and websites only to make fun of everything that he does.

      For someone who has boldly claimed that it would end badly for a crazy fan that decided to pay you a visit, you seem to have been quite afraid that you felt the need to alert the authorities. Dr. C himself has stated he had no evidence for you killing his dog, he only assumed this because he was given anonymous information.

      As for you complaints about his accusations of you being a drug-addicted, AIDS-infected prostitute; that's quite called for after you calling him a quack, an idiot, a sociopath, a schizophrenic and a psychopath. Let him who is without sin cast the first stone.

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    19. In reply to Didier's comments above...

      "He might have added his internship years towards the years in general practice, or he might have been an army doctor in the military."

      Neither internship not being a military doctor (which would require a completed internship in any event) count as general practice. Yet again you are picking a 'possible' explanation out of thin air which isn't actually possible in the first place. Coldwell tells different stories to different audiences. In one of his many versions of his life story to his English speaking audience he claims that he practised medicine in Germany but not in the US. In his story to his German speaking audience he practised medicine in the US but doesn't have the title of 'doctor' in Germany... They can't both be true.


      "That's because the First Amendment has been infringed upon. Free speech should have no limits, otherwise it can't be called free speech anymore."

      Hang on... you were claiming that Lenny was going to use his (entirely imaginary) close friendship with Donald Trump to get his critics silenced. How does that square with "Free speech should have no limits"



      " Dr. C himself has stated he had no evidence for you killing his dog, he only assumed this because he was given anonymous information."

      Lenny has been playing that card for years as an excuse when he gets caught out or when he wants to tell a tall story. That and 'I was hacked', 'I didn't post that Facebook did' and 'I didn't post that Sarah / Amy / Jens / Cathy did'.


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    20. FloDidi wrote:
      "Free speech should have no limits, otherwise it can't be called free speech anymore."
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      But under the First Amendment (which you invoked more than once in this conversation), the right to "free speech" is not unlimited. Far from it. There are numerous exceptions, as determined by various cases over the decades. (And as you know, the First Amendment technically applies only to the United States; laws about free speech and its limits vary by country.)

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_free_speech_exceptions

      It's all seems to be rather complicated, which I suppose is why Constitutional lawyers are generally so expensive. Longdog nailed it when he noted that Lenny (and you) seem to have quite the double standard when it comes to free speech: it’s okay for Coldwell to say what he wishes about any and everyone, no matter how egregiously false, but people who criticize Coldwell should be silenced in any way possible.

      I have never believed nor said nor written that all homophobes are gay -- or latently gay – themselves. That idea started with Freud, I believe, but more recent research indicates that while homophobia may be a symptom of latent homosexuality is some people, it may not be all that common. Even so, most people who are strenuously anti-gay seem to have a very unhealthy obsession with other people's sex lives.

      In your comment you seem to be calling Coldwell’s homophobia (and general anti-LGBT mindset) into question. To begin with, he has made it very clear in his public writings that he is disgusted by trans people. Trans isn't the same as gay, of course, but I thought I'd mention that in passing because I've seen his anti-trans posts with my own eyes. Regarding his homophobia, there’s evidence about that as well in some of his public posts, e.g., posts in which he slammed Obama by calling him a gay Muslim Negro and whatnot, and within that context it was quite clear that he is bigoted against gays, Muslims and black people.

      As well, I have communicated with folks who attended Coldwell's "Champion" seminars (before and after GIN), and these people told me that Coldwell fairly frequently expressed disgust for homosexuality and made jokes and snarky remarks about gay people. Even so, a couple of these folks said that they were getting "gay vibes" from Coldwell – not that they were attracted to him, but that he seemed a little… well, gay. Not that there’s anything wrong with that, of course, And of course it is hearsay, but I heard it from more than one person -- real people, not made-up anonymous sources.

      In any event my casual attempt to annoy Coldwell with implications that he is gay may not be "classy" in your book, but it is such a minor aspect of my writings about Coldwell that it doesn’t really even count in the large scheme of things. You’re free to make as big a deal out of it as you want, though. And my calling out Coldwell for being racist, xenophobic and anti-Semitic is not a “leftist tactic.” I’m just calling it as I see it – and as he writes and speaks it. Nevertheless I think that for the most part he has a right to free speech, which in his case means the right to repeatedly make a fool of himself in public. He does not, however, have the right to incite his fans to commit violence against me.

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    21. "Even so, a couple of these folks said that they were getting "gay vibes" from Coldwell – not that they were attracted to him, but that he seemed a little… well, gay."

      In my original article on Rationalwiki, before it was edited by others, I described Coldwell as a "highly prolific and amusingly camp but intensely creepy internet quack" but 'camp' is one of those notoriously difficult words to define. Like good art, you know it when you see it.

      A proportion of gay people are very camp, I know quite a few, but on the other hand I once worked with a guy who was 100% straight and also as camp as a row of pink tents so it doesn't prove anything and it doesn't mean Coldwell is gay. He is, as you point out, however ANTI-gay whether or not he's a closet case.

      DidiFlo seems to be quite keen to excuse the many bigotries that make up Coldwell's unpleasant character with his talk of preserving culture (against brown people) and exposing the forces that REALLY rule the world (Jews) but misses the main point. If he genuinely were a clinical doctor he either wouldn't hold such bigoted views or, if he did, he would keep them to himself rather than spreading them all over Facebook.

      My excellent (and rather dishy) GP is of Pakistani descent so there's a reasonable chance he's a Muslim of some sort. Speaking in wild generalisations, and I emphasise it is wild generalisations, Islam is not the most tolerant religion when it comes to atheists, drinkers, homosexuality or bacon sandwiches but yet my doctor abides by the equality provisions of the NHS who employ him. If he has 'views' on my moderate consumption of alcohol, my lack of religion, my sexuality or my pig consumption he keeps them to himself.

      When it comes down to it Coldwell's use of the words 'gay', 'Negro', 'Jew' etc are clearly intended as insults even if they are technically correct and expose him for the prejudiced little fool he is. The idea that he is a great (or should that be THE GREATEST) humanitarian which seems to be the general thrust of FloDidi's pitiful blog is clearly unsustainable. Real humanitarians have an ability to empathise with humanity as a whole. Something Lenny is clearly incapable of doing.

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  17. And in other news, oh, my goodness. Herr Not-Doktor Stoopid apparently curated and published this totally without irony.
    http://drleonardcoldwell.com/incompetent-people-think-theyre-great/

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    1. I don't think Dunning-Kruger actually applies to Lenny. DK implies an honestly held but false belief in your own abilities which is not supported by reality or the converse where somebody with genuine ability honestly underestimates themselves.

      Lenny's ridiculous claims are not I believe made honestly but in the full knowledge that they are false and with the deliberate intention to deceive.

      His 35,000/93.2% claim is very precise and made with the intention that it should impress... Well... Impress credulous idiots who can't do basic maths.

      His claim to have $100 billion, to have a private jet, to live in a lakeside mansion, to be the most powerful man in the world (the list goes on and on) are all just too fantastic to be a genuinely overestimated sense of his ability. They are blatant fabrications cut from whole cloth. If he genuinely believes these fantastic tales, and it's hard to believe anybody would be mistaken about their bank balance to the tune of $100 billion, then he's utterly delusional to the point of serious psychosis but that's a long, long way from Dunning Kruger.

      I think his posting of that link is, while hysterically ironic, more to do with his total lack of self-awareness. He's a liar but he doesn't realise the difference between exaggeration, something we are all guilty of now and then, an fantastic flights of fantasy which are obviously just that.

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    2. You nailed it again, Longdog, re DK. BTW another recent thing that Loony posted on his "blog" -- and again, totally without irony -- was an article about self-sabotage. He is a master of self-sabotage.

      One minor note: I think he did actually live in one of the lakeside mansions for a few months, but he was only leasing it, and apparently left in a bit of a hurry, under adversarial circumstances. His story was that the place had been damaged by "Hurican Hermine" [sic], but it was, again, absurdly easy to research and find that neither that home nor any of the other properties in that immediate area had been damaged by Hurricane Hermine.

      Something compels him to lie and lie and lie. He didn't have to tell the lies about the properties at all, and he certainly didn't have to make up a hurricane damage story. His fans wouldn't have had a clue that he'd moved out of the lakeside estate if he hadn't written about it on Facebook.

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    3. For some reason... The Facebook pixies perhaps... On his Dr Leonard page there were two pictures of a property which he posted on, if memory serves, 17th Sept 16 with the clear implication that it was his new home...

      The pictures are of the front and rear of a lakeside house but they are clearly not the SAME house. One is substantially larger than the other and one has a prominent central chimney which is absent on the other. Naturally his arse-licking fans were all "Lovely house you deserve it" and blah-di-blah-di-blah.

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    4. I know exactly which post you're talking about, Longdog. There is apparently a lake or body of water on the property that he claimed to have bought in September 2016, but it isn't the same lakeside home he claimed to have bought in April 2016. He apparently did live in the earlier lakeside home for a few months, but never owned it. As for the second home, he boasted of signing the papers in September 2016, but that home actually remained on the market until early November 2016, when it was sold to someone else.

      His fans can always be relied upon to lick his arse and not question his stories.

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    5. Regarding that smaller house in one of the pic series, it is clearly a different house, and it does appear on the real estate photos, but it could be a guest house that is on the property.

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  18. Florian apparently got a fresh burst of inspiration, Longdog. You have now been officially named as a puppet and a whore too.
    http://exposingconnieschmidt.blogspot.com/

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    1. How flattering.... I'm deeply touched. He must have spent upwards of two minutes on that video.

      I'll await his lengthy 'debunking' post with baited breath.

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