Today, I read the latest instalment of "The Spy who loved Jeff Rense", a series of articles written by one of Jeff Rense's disgruntled ex-wifes and published on Henry Makow's website. This feud between Jeff Rense and Henry Makow has gone way too far. I understand that Henry Makow no longer alleges that Jeff Rense works for the US government as a disinformation agent. If he could make a solid case for such a claim, I'd fully support him in exposing Jeff. The stuff Henry has published though is all about Jeff's character, or the supposed lack thereof. It's borderline character assassination.
It makes me upset to see fellow activists treating each other that way. Whatever flaws Jeff Rense might have, they pale compared to the good work he has been doing for so many years, 14 hours a day, 7 days a week. In fact, I firmly believe that it's our own flaws and excentrism that enables us dissidents to see what's wrong with this world and speak out, a bit like the old saying that it takes a psychopath to spot one. There is a good side to every evil, and vice versa. We should respect our fellow dissidents for their efforts and sacrifices, love and support each other, warts and all. We should also accept that we are - by definition - disagreeable. If we happen to have a disgreement with each other, agree to disagree and move on. That's stuff you learn at kindergarten. Wasting our ballistic talents and energies on each other only reduces our chances of ever winning this war against our ruling parasites. Enough of this nonsense! We cannot afford any more distractions.
Moles within our ranks
 Henry must have realised that Jeff's UFO hobby or the fact that he was able to save the life of a suicidal caller by getting him traced by a contact within the secret service is not enough 'evidence' for such an allegation. If anything, Jeff should be commended for saving the man's life.