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Monday, July 11, 2016
Reimers' "Take their money and hide" m. o.
Since we are just days away from WBAI's next fund drive, this seems like an opportune time to issue a warning against a crime of irresponsibility that over the years has become a scam: selling products that either are bogus or non-existent.
Most people simply write off such losses, regarding the experience as a lesson learned. If they give it some serious thought, they realize that not receiving the dangled carrot is but the period on a scam that actually begins with a program schedule that embraces fraud. Once respected for telling it like it is, WBAI has become a haven for amoral intellectually-handicapped, con artists and stagnant wannabes. Racism is rampant as ersatz black activism virtually dominates the offerings and slavery is what memories are made of.
The above letter (click on the illustration to enlarge it) appeared on a dying listserv today. It points to the ineptitude and disregard for listener-sponsors that steadily sinks the station into a hole from which there is no escape. The upcoming drive promises to be the worst yet—possibly the last. They should already be painting the welcome signs at Rikers Island.