Why Not Name Names…

The Academic Affairs Promotee Told Me, “Don’t Name Names,” in an eMail Once…

Just because one misguided academic advisor, promoted to a university academic affairs department position (I believe due to their role in the cover up), makes statements that could be taken as threats, there is no reason to do as they have suggested. In my opinion, individuals that make statements like “Don’t Name Names” usually have something to hide; and, based on my experiences over these last few years, these people should never be trusted.

Naming Names Only Confuses the Point of the Conversation…

However, naming names at this point will only taint the message. The message is a cautionary tale to detail the whole untold story and introducing “names” at this point will only lead to reader bias based on the following preconceived prejudice:

Gender – Generally, the gender of person can be determined through a name. Furthermore, the long-standing he said she said argument response approach only serves to diminish a particular party from coming forward. Regardless of their gender, a counter argument can always be introduced to change the subject matter of any argument and there-by diverting the actual purpose of any given conversation… agreeing to disagree is NOT a solution.

Ethnicity – A person’s name can also elude to assumed ethnic origin of that person. By interjecting ethnicity into a given conversation the opposition is attempting to “play the race card.” (Ethnicity is often confused with race. In reality, at  present there is only one race or species of humans (homo sapiens), however many times skin color, religious belief, and geographic origin are often confused as being race instead of variety.) The purpose of “playing the race card” is generally to gain public empathy by diminishing claims and/or allegations as being false by labeling the opposition party, within an argument, as being a racist or exploiting race (ethnicity) to gain an unfair advantage… playing the “race card” distracts for the subject at hand by introducing misdirected emotions (typically in the form of anger) to confuse or derail the inevitable out-come.

Publicity (Free Advertisement) – Stating anyone by name is a form of publicity (free advertisement). The statement “any press is good press” eludes to the unfortunate truth
of publicity within our society were many individuals through out time have gained social stature because of their publicized “bad behavior.” The U.S. is a very forgiving society and
once the memory of “bad behavior” fades the audience sometimes only recalls a name. Therefore, naming names at this time will only confuse the subject and may lead to false and/or misguided public support.

It is because of my past experiences with my unfortunate exposure (due to the incompetence of one asst. prof.) and my subsequent dealings with that Nevada university, university affiliations and local “professionals” within the community (at local, state and national levels) that I have come to realize the “power” of public opinion control through per-conceived prejudice. In the past, the aforementioned, have employed these same unethical and deceptive tactics in an attempt to destroy the truth as well my health & well-being…

The Time Will Eventually Come…

I foresee a time to come when “naming names” will become necessary… but for now that is at my discretion because I am the one that is detailing these unfortunate events that I have had to endure…  (supporting evidence is not an option – evidence will be presented to support  each and every claim)

More to Follow…

Have a good weekend… there is much more information to follow… the truth will be told.

Never give up and Never back down to bullies!!!

 

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