When we last looked in on convicted felon Ali Akbar, he was bathing in butthurt and hiding behind cheap shots over yet another round of unanswered questions concerning his fundraising practices in regard to the National Bloggers Club.
Unfortunately for our one-time incarcerated and now self-proclaimed intrepid warrior, the big bad meanies have yet to kneel before Zod. In fact, they’re something less than amused by Akbar’s antics. What to do, what to do.
First, hide behind your enablers. Speaking of such, Stacy, I’d like to thank you for the consolatory note over my brother passing away. I’d like to, but since unlike Michelle Malkin you haven’t bothered to send one guess I’m off the hook.
Second, let Akbar do what he does best. Namely, passive-aggressive mixed with playing the victim via multi-tweet tirades.
Unfortunately for the dear child, we can read them. And respond.
YOU!!! Right, Akbar?
Right after I block you on Twitter and go cry on my enabler’s shoulders. Oh, and go out of my way to avoid you at all costs, instead having buddies send you obscene messages on my behalf. A true man of conviction, courage and action you are, oh mighty Akbar.
Not your call, now is it, kiddo.
So anyone who dares to breathe a word against you is aligned with Rauhauser, eh Akbar? Ladd Ehlinger Jr.? Peter Ingemi? Larry Sinclair? Are they in cahoots with Rauhauser, Akbar? Am I? Are you really playing the “any enemy of mine is an ally of any other enemy of mine” game? You’re that pathetic, that out of defenses? Really?
Again, wannabe preacher child… Not. Your. Call. Someone can be on the surface the most detestable piece of filth imaginable. God alone knows their heart, and He will deal with each of us according to our actions and thoughts. And in case it’s slipped your mind, Akbar, He really can’t stand the self-righteous.
His next two tweets were exchanges with someone on the Rauhauser side of things.
Yeah, we all love you, Ali. You’re such a man’s man.
Ooooh… until “I” say it’s okay? “My name is
Akbar Ozymandias, king of kings: Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!”
Next there was a litany of Brett Kimberlin and Neal Rauhauser’s misdeeds, capped by:
The “defend their families” refers to how assorted and often sordid hardcore leftist blogs printed Akbar’s mother’s address with picture… this after the genius listed it in publicly available documents as the National Bloggers Club’s headquarters address. Smooth move, son.
Who didn’t admit he was a felon until he was outed by the aforementioned hardcore leftist blogs using, again, publicly available information. And, even when he did, soft-pedaled his crimes to the point of dishonesty about that for which he was charged and convicted in a court of law. Also, note the thinly disguised “see how important I am” flavored with a dash of “pay no attention to my detractors on the right — they’re nobodies!”
That’s your problem, Akbar. Some of us do believe in content of character, redemption and sin. Which is why we oppose you. We don’t all embrace you. Or are you saying in your usual weakling passive-aggressive manner that people who don’t embrace (yuck) you aren’t on the right? Is that what you’re trying to say, Akbar?
After some more bloviating about Rauhauser — because, you know, he’s the only person on the face of the planet who doesn’t wuv wittle Ali-Wali to itsy bitsy pieces — concluding with dropping some F-bombs, Akbar continues:
Do try to run doctrinal circles around me, child. Please. I can use a good laugh. And no, we’re not getting out of your way.
Oh you mighty martyr you, bravely withstanding the trials of… publicly available information. Talk about beating being burned at the stake a mile!
Akbar, get down from your cross. All they did — all they did — was expose the truth about your past. Those big meanies. (For the record, I believe Kimberlin, Rauhauser and associates are the scum of the earth and masters of underhanded, disgusting and despicable acts against those they perceive as enemies. In this case, they printed publicly available information. Rude? Perhaps. But we all know how to use Google.)
“I” cannot fall, Akbar? Well, maybe as long as enablers allow you to hide behind them. Which won’t last, by the way.
Yes, and your ability to con people. What exactly are you doing with that money, Akbar? Other than setting up websites selling Andrew Breitbart t-shirts to allegedly raise money for a scholarship fund… that the people in charge of such things never authorized and never even heard of, as Larry Sinclair reported:
In March 2012 we received an email which came from Bill Murphy and Ali Akbar from BlogBash.org and Vice and Victory email addresses announcing the creation of an Andrew Breitbart Scholarship Fund. After receiving the email, and because of our own personal encounters with Andrew, Sinclair News decided we would do a feature story on the Scholarship fund. In preparing the story we sent an email to Joel Pollak who was the primary Breitbart.com principle since the untimely death of Andrew early the morning of March 1, 2012. In the email to Mr. Pollak we asked if Pollak would be interested in going on Through the Mirror w/Larry Sinclair to talk about the recently established Breitbart Scholarship Fund. Pollak responded almost immediately by telling us he knew nothing of any such fund; that anyone using Andrew’s name along with any such fund was doing so without authorization and Pollak even went to the point of saying that any such organization was in his opinion a scam. (emphasis mine)
Back to Akbar:
“I am above reproach! No man can slander me! I am Emperor! No one can crown me, for they are not worthy! I’ll do it myself!”
And finally, Akbar says something truthful, albeit unintentionally:
Yes, you sad sack little man. It does. And it’s coming for you.
So again, Akbar, I ask the questions:
Shall we review? You didn’t reveal anything about your criminal past until the Kimberlin/Rauhauser unholy alliance dug up your records. You then gave a half-confession. No, you didn’t just drive the car and chauffeur someone trying to use a stolen ATM card. You committed credit card fraud yourself, among other crimes.
Now, about the National Bloggers Club. The domain name nationalbloggersclub.com has been registered since March 2011. In case you haven’t noticed, there’s nothing at that address except a blank page and some poorly written code that, if it worked, would redirect a visitor to the NBC’s Facebook page. Eighteen months and you can’t assemble a website? Really, Ali? Really?
When Aaron Walker and Stacy McCain were attacked you were Johnny on the spot, announcing to one and all you were collecting donations for them through NBC. Great. Terrific. Good for you. I’m not being sarcastic; I sincerely mean that. You then chose the most invasive, personal and account information gathering site available to host the fundraising. What, PayPal was too complicated to engineer? Someone questions you on this, you go on the offensive rather than answer simple questions concerning why you went this route. Why is that, Ali?
You use this same tack whenever someone — anyone — asks questions about NBC. What are its bylaws? Does it have any? How do people apply? Who determines, and what is the process for determining, who gains membership?
We know Michelle Malkin is on the NBC’s board of directors. We don’t know the name of anyone else who is, or even if there is anyone else on the board. Or if there is a board, period.
Who gets what amount of the donations you’ve solicited through NBC for Walker, McCain and anyone else who may be receiving financial assistance? What kind of salary do you draw, if you draw one at all? Is there anyone else on the NBC payroll? Is there even a payroll? Is there an organization, or is it all you?
These aren’t unfair questions. They are very simple, basic questions spoken without malice or any agenda save that of telling the truth. And has already been noted, the truth has no agenda. It’s just the truth.
Just tell the truth, Ali. Stop the stonewalling; stop the Nathan Thurm routine. Stop running around the country hopping from conservative event to conservative event. Just tell the truth. Just. Tell. The. Truth.
If you can.