So we had one of those Patrick Visser/Don "scam pimp" Winner/Silva Tree fraud clusterfucks again. Patrick Visser, you know, the idiot who is behind the Silva Tree reforestation fraud, also known as "land grabbing vultures" by a EU paid committee. So Silva Tree Panama S.A. - which isn't an existing company any more - claimed that we took little Patrick's picture of a web page that didn't even exist when we published our latest story on the fraud artist. Never mind, we have plenty of other good pics and we don't wanna waste time here arguing with some tree scammer about his portrait, so we changed it (Doen we toch niet moeilijk over, ouwe bomenzwendelaar! Had het gewoon effe gezegd prutsert! - Sorry about that, but Patrick Visser is Dutch, unfortunately. A real shame).
So, this whole affair took us offline for a day, and inevitably the evil scam pimping neo-nazi sociopath Donald Kent Winner a/k/a Don Winner a/k/a Donnie the Wanker then ran the usual two hundred gazillion word piece on his Panama Guide For Misfits that was full of shit and contained absolutely ZERO facts. Winner rambled and drooled on and on about stormtrooper fantasies with judges and court orders that didn't exist, like he did before about measures by the FCC that didn't exist and whatnot, he couldn't even name the names of the supposed plaintiffs or even the jurisdiction of the "case" - simply because there was no case. That didn't stop this mental retard from breathlessly "reporting":
Based on preliminary reporting [that one had us here rolling over the floor laughing; WHAT "preliminary reporting" is he talking about? - editor], a judge's order has supposedly resulted in the removal from the Internet of two websites owned by Okke Ornstein, who until recently was an expatriate from Holland living in Panama [He still is, idiot - editor]. Both of Ornstein's primary websites - ornstein.org and www.bananamarepublic.com - are now off line and unavailable, removed by the hosts as a result of this judge's order. I am currently working to obtain a copy of the court order shutting down these websites. I would like to know if the order is some sort of a temporary injunction, or if it's more permanent in nature.
And then a couple of hours later we were online again and guess what? The "story" itself wasn't very "permanent in nature", apparently, because Winner-the-scam-pimp took the whole thing down, without explanation, without issuing a correction (for all you Winner-dreck-aficionados, we have a PDF for you here). That's the kind of coward he is, of course, so we shouldn't really expect anything else, but still, doesn't it hurt, Don, to fall flat on your face all the time? Did you get your "copy of the court order"? Muhahahaha!
So, a great time was had by all, but now the party's over. Nothing to see here, ladies and gentlemen, please move on!