Brett Kimberlin’s clout as an activist has been minimal. That may explain why he has used bogus LOLsuits and other forms of lawfare to harass those of us who have written truthfully about him. The TKPOTD for seven years ago today dealt with the lack of impact Justice Through Music Project had on the Real World.
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Team Kimberlin has been able to cause a great deal of misery to those it has targeted for personal attack. That’s in stark contrast to it’s impact in the wider world. For example, it the various web analytical services can be trusted, it is likely that more people will read this post on the first day it is up than will visit the Justice Through Music Project website over the next two weeks.
Kimberlin’s real world impact is trivial even among the true believers in the causes he claims to espouse. Take fracking (hydraulic fracturing to free trapped natural gas), or, in JTMP’s case, anti-fracking. If you go to the JTMP website, you’ll find a link to a Ustream channel. Clicking on the link will take you to a poorly recorded, year-old session of a bunch of activists talking about the evils of fracking. There’s nothing else on the channel. No wonder the channel only has 3 followers.
Just like all those petitions that never achieve a critical mass of signers or proving election fraud based on tips that never come in or …
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Indeed, more people will probably read today’s TKPOTD on the day it’s published that will visit Kimberlin’s itstime2020 dot org website all next month.