Sex-Slave Allison Mack Gets Lessons on Acting From Her Sex-Slaver Master Raniere

This is Part 3 on our series on sex-slaver Keith Alan Raniere teaching his sex-slave, former actress Allison Mack.

Part #1 Allison Mack Questions Her Sex Slaver Leader Keith Raniere on ‘What Is Creativity?’ 

Allison Mack Breaks Down and Cries When Sex-Slaver Raniere Speaks to Her About ‘Authenticity’

The work of transcribing was accomplished by Marie White working off a video of Keith Raniere’s conversation with Allison Mack.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0PTG0CB_biM&authuser=1

In this fascinating part of the conversation, we hear the Profound One, Keith Raniere, speak of acting. He is a man who has never acted except in amateur theater [He was in amateur productions of Sweeney Todd] and purports to teach actress Allison Mack, who literally made millions of dollars from acting on TV.

This shows the level of faith that Allison and others had in his raw, pure genius. He knew more about acting than any professional actor ever could.

Indeed, he knew more about everything because he was the smartest man in the world, Allison thought.

In this delightful section, we get more of his wondrous word salad, topped with a heaping helping of bullshit dressing.

Rarely has anyone said so little in so many words.

Keep in mind that the woman he is speaking to was not only a seasoned actress, who quit acting to follow him, but also a felon having followed him in his racketeering enterprise, who, but for her plea bargain, would have been convicted of sex trafficking by coercing women into having sex with him.

The Conversation

Keith: Of course, there’s things, there’s people, who are naturally inauthentic but that’s a different sort of a thing. So here we, we see art and we have the expression which is when a human either expresses through gesture or some sort of communication where literally [there is] some sort of material transformation. What we call art and the impression is what we get from our senses and how we interpret it and interpret the world around.

You know, I have a certain impression of this table, besides the impression of its color and its age and a bunch of other intellectualizations.

I also have very metaphysical impressions, things that I, I am not sure of, for example, exactly how hard would I have to throw a ball to hit the edge of the table? How much energy would I actually spend to reach my arm across? That’s an unknown, but by using my senses and feeling this table I could even. maybe, guess what its weight would be, like, might be very surprised, but we do a lot of guesstimation on the world through our impressions of the world.

And that’s very important because when I have an impression of something that’s, that’s art, it allows me to project a type of creativity, a type of authenticity of the person that created that art, or some aspect of human creativity through the art. So if I look at a sculpture or a picture, there is okay, “Wow, that’s a nice sculpture. Wow, it’s really done well” etc., but it has more than that.

It has the distinct feelings that humans hands did this, and if I look at a sculpture very, very protracted, um, unless it is absolutely mechanical, I start to feel like I can imagine myself almost sculpturing it.

Keith stuns his slave Allison Mack with his ‘bogus deep’

[Keith continues] I sort of imagine the hands doing it. I imagine maybe what that felt like to make that and as I start to get these impressions from the art, I start to believe I understand the artist’s expression of something that transcends our science. Sometimes it’s totally off. Sometimes what we get as an impression is very different than what the artist intended as an expression, or maybe even what other people get as an impression of the same thing, but the impression at expression aspect of existence is the type of communication that goes beyond science.

Keith pauses for a second to let his profundity sink in.

Our communication that is data-information-based is very measurable and scientific, but when we start to use expression and impression, we summon to our aid all of the different things that we can use to try to get across a message very deeply to you.

So if I want to express anger, one way of saying is “I am angry”. Another way is to rile my body into an angered state and do 100,000 little things that indicate anger and a lot of them you get. I don’t realize, I’m doing them. You don’t realize you’re getting them, but the impression wells within you, “Wow, he’s angry!”

Sometimes, we can’t even put our finger on it and it is the most complex constellation. Now, of course, you can do that and not do as much of a constellation.

Allison: Umhum

Keith: You know how, how much your, there’s an initial constellation of anger, and that humans, in general, have a type of constellation we generally identify as anger and then how they rally their body around, that has to do with the expression of the self. So it’s as if these very fundamental human things that we do are the foundation of not only the expression of anger, but that individual’s anger, and actually hint at the nature of the individual’s soul. Does that make sense?

Allison: Umhum

Keith: So authenticity is congruence of expression.

 

Allison: Ah, I want to talk a little bit about, The Source, which is a company that you created for actors/artist people who want to get better at expressing in general. Um, several years ago when we first met, I had said to you “Would you be able to be willing to work with me becoming a better actress?” and you said, “Yeah,” you know, “We’ll talk about it.

And then, several years later, you started working with me and a bunch of other people to develop a curriculum specifically for actors and I’ve been talking to different people about it and like different actors and things like that, enrolling them in the idea and coming and participating and see what you’ve created because it’s been incredible for me and a lot of the questions they ask is how is it different from … [Stella] Adler [acting school] or whatever and a lot of what the answers I have given have been like, well it’s sort of a partnership with that because it gives you the foundation underneath all of the technical skills and all of the kind of traditional approaches to acting we’ve had throughout time.

Like it really gets to the core of the actor, so you can work on the raw material, and then everything else that they produce is affected by that. But I don’t know. I’m curious to know, what your perception is of the curriculum that you created and where it came from.

Keith: Well it comes from a mix of human behavior and philosophy and also really technical communication. You know, acting is all about a type of communication and being not only more aware but more congruent in your communication so you want people to, if you will, and I’m going to be a bit, mmm, common in what I say, you want people “to buy your character.”

Allison: Right

Keith:  And the way they buy it, is they find it congruent and authentic. The question, I mean if somebody could be totally congruent, and a character and express authentically through that character so they can do any sort of a scene or whatever, certainly that actor can do anything.

So, the question is how do you achieve that? How do you achieve congruence? How do you achieve authenticity? And I think that there are many roads to do this.

The thing that I think makes The Source a bit unique is I come from a non-acting background. You could say, I don’t know what I’m talking about.

Allison: Which is, yeah–

Keith:  So that’s good and bad. The good aspect is that it comes from a, a behaviorist humanist sort of practical and philosophical background, dealing with communication, dealing with all sorts of things relating to the psychodynamics of people and humans without being tainted by the current pedagogy of acting and there’s both good and bad.

You have something that comes in like that fresh. It provides a tool that goes outside of the box of all the normal toolsets. You know any actor that wants to create a methodology of acting, especially if they know there is other methodologies, they’re influenced then a certain way and that can be very, very good, but at times it’s also good to have something that is not influenced in the normal way by that.

Allison:  Umhum

Keith: As if coming from another planet

Allison: Umhum

Keith: So to some degree, The Source, it’s not just created for actors. It’s created for human communication. It’s something that can be used in arbitration. It’s something that can be used in negotiation. It’s something that can be used in parenting. It’s something that can be used in a love relationship.

Allison: Umhum

Keith: And it comes from that perspective but it does have a strong application to what you would call authentic congruent expression and it’s not tainted by the other schools that are all extraordinary. It’s not at all that they’re not great. It’s that this is different. So, one of the things you can say about The Source, truly, because the way it was created had not much to do with acting. It had to do with human psychodynamic. It has to do with the whole psychodynamic model of not only human behavior but human moral-ethical action.

So, understanding that, understanding the way that functions with the body, within the emotions, within the thoughts and how thoughts interrelate with all those things. Emotions interrelate and how they all are together as a system. It is a body of knowledge that was grown specifically apart from the major schools, not only affecting but, um, of psychology and philosophy and it’s unique and in its uniqueness is its power and that’s one of the, I think, an important thing about it.

Allison: Yeah, you said once it gets you to the source of your genius and the source of your insecurities

Keith: Umhum

Allison: It sort of allows you to kind of get in there with the root of both of those things.

End of Conversation

Word Salad on a Platter

Well, there you have it. You just learned it all, from a guy who knows everything.

Let’s enjoy some word salad and bogus-deep thinking:

Keith said:

We do a lot of guesstimation on the world through our impressions of the world.

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The impression at expression aspect of existence is the type of communication that goes beyond science.

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Our communication that is data-information-based is very measurable and scientific, but when we start to use expression and impression we summon to our aid all of the different things that we can use to try to get across a message very deeply.

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Sometimes we can’t even put our finger on it and it is the most complex constellation. Now, of course, you can do that and not do as much of a constellation.

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Authenticity is congruence of expression.

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The good aspect is that it comes from a behaviorist humanist sort of practical and philosophical background.

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Dealing with communication, dealing with all sorts of things relating to the psychodynamics of people and humans.

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It has to do with the whole psychodynamic model of not only human behavior but human moral-ethical action.

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A few comments

This is important perhaps because we are studying the mind, and human attraction. How a star like Allison Mack could have been taken in by this blather and ruined her life by following him.

Normally bullshit is not worth studying and in Raniere’s case, his work of deceiving people is over. He is in prison and that is where he will remain for years to come.

But let us look at how flimsy his argument is. And ponder how someone could be deceived with such nonsense.

My comments in [bold and brackets].

Allison: I want to talk a little bit about, The Source” …

Keith: It comes from a mix of human behavior and philosophy and also really technical communication.”

[The Source was, in fact, the usual hodgepodge of Raniere plagiarism and bullshit. As I said before, paraphrasing Johnson, “It was both good and original. Only what is good is not original, and what is original is not good.]

…. The thing that I think makes The Source a bit unique is I come from a non-acting background.  [Yes, that does make it unique, a non-actor charging people $10,000 for a course on acting.] You could say, I don’t know what I’m talking about. [That may be true.]

… The good aspect is that it comes from a behaviorist humanist sort of practical and philosophical background [What?] dealing with communication, dealing with all sorts of things relating to the psychodynamics of people and humans [both people and humans?] without being tainted by the current pedagogy of acting [He has a better, more advanced method].

Allison: Um-hum

Keith: You have something that comes in like that fresh [Imagine if this was applied to any art or science – someone who never did the practice is ‘fresh.” Why? Because Raniere is a genius. Think of his fresh foray into real estate investment in Los Angeles, or his commodities investing, or his multilevel marketing – Consumers’ Buyline – or even his fresh approach to staying out of prison by not putting on a defense at trial.]

It provides a tool [His not being an actor] that goes outside of the box of all the normal tool sets. [This is really his main argument – that his genius is so great that he does not need to be an actor to teach acting better than anyone. There is no other argument, since it is utterly preposterous to argue that someone who does not know how to paint, for instance, would teach art classes, or someone who never flew a plane should teach people how to fly.]

Allison: Umhum

Keith: You know any actor that wants to create a methodology of acting…  they’re influenced … a certain way and that can be very, very good, but at times it’s also good to have something [i,e Raniere’s teachings on acting] that is not influenced in the normal way by that. As if coming from another planet.

Allison: Um-hum

Keith: To to some degree, The Source, it’s not just created for actors. It’s created for human communication [which he does somewhat poorly with non-Nxivm members]. It’s something that can be used in arbitration. [He never settled a legal case; he always sued until he lost or bankrupted his opponent]. It’s something that can be used in negotiation [He lost money on all or most of his business deals]. It’s something that can be used in parenting [He denied he was the father of his first-born son and broke up families]. It’s something that can be used in a love relationship. {he used all women as objects.]

Allison: Um-hum

Keith: And it comes from that perspective, but it does have a strong application to what you would call authentic congruent expression [what?] and it’s not tainted by the other schools… It’s not at all that they’re not great. It’s that this is different. [Yes, this is the course created by someone who never acted professionally.] So one of the things you can say about The Source, truly, because the way it was created had not much to do with acting. It had to do with human psychodynamic. [What?] It has to do with the whole psychodynamic model of not only human behavior but human moral-ethical action. [What is he actually talking about?]

Allison: Um-hum

Keith: … It is a body of knowledge that was grown specifically apart from the major schools, [obviously] not only affecting … psychology and philosophy and it’s unique and in its uniqueness is its power [uniqueness is, in this case, the fact that the originator of the material never made his living from the material he is charging to teach].

Allison: Um-hum

***’

It could have been said much simpler. “Because I never made living as an actor, I have a different view of acting and that makes it unique and that uniqueness gives it its power.”

Lives were ruined by following this person. It seems almost inexplicable, when we read the dry words from the transcript, that people bought into him.

Somehow, he managed to corral a bunch of seemingly talented and attractive women to not only buy into every word of bullshit he ever shat out, but to go farther and deeper. To join him in his madness and commit crimes for him and recruit and enable others to be part of it, even against their own best interests – like Allison wanting to be with him but finding other younger, more attractive women for him.

To follow him like lemmings to their doom.  This is no rare accomplishment. In that respect, it is unique and they gave him a lot of power, much to their ultimate woe, chagrin, dismay, embarrassment, and ruination.

If Allison Mack had never met Keith Raniere, where would she be now?

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  • Anonymous, I’m not disagreeing with you; she may be a victim, too. I was talking about bringing in an expert witness to analyze the word salad from KAR– not to analyze Allison.
    A true expert reading this transcript might actually work to her benefit.
    Has this been done?

  • “How a star like Allison Mack could have been taken in by this blather and ruined her life by following him.”
    Maybe if you stopped ignoring the many facts i posted several times, you would understand…

    -EM
    -Sleep deprivation
    -Semi starvation for YEARS
    -Physical and mental abuses
    -Drugging
    And who knows what else…because of course, unless it’s to accuse her of the worse, you never tried to do real research about what she got through…

    Don’t worry, the clown trial will make it clear, she’ll have the opportunity to give her version of the story…not twisted version of the facts shown in federal court but based on those facts and the reality of HER position.

    “Lives were ruined by following this person. It seems almost inexplicable, when we read the dry words from the transcript, that people bought into him.”
    Partly but some of those were searching themselves, were lost and he used their weakness…unless you are in the same position, you can’t understand (i never was in this position but i’m empathic so i can see why they felt (but not understand…)

    “like Allison wanting to be with him but finding other younger, more attractive women for him.”
    And once again you ignore the facts…first you continue with your BS “she loved him” and ignore the facts…ignore the federal courts info like the fact that she believed it was about HEALING…
    It’s coming from Nicole’s testimony , it’s coming from Cami, it’s coming from Lauren…
    Allison was not aware of the true purpose until she was stuck in the “game” by her own collaterals and the mental abuse…
    This is why her “criminal” participation started so late and why it’s so little (collecting collaterals).

    but it so much easier to ignore the FACTS to make your own perverted fantasy…all this while the reality is just as gruesome!!!
    The bad guy of the story is Raniere, Allison wasn’t his enabler (contrary to what idiots around here pretend)…federal trial showed she was oblivious to EVERYTHING…
    She was almost “authistic” and ignored the reality…
    Maybe a failsafe her brain used to avoid to see the awful reality of being trapped by the monster…
    Maybe to swallow the whole situation…
    But she was not happily, joyfully nor willingly following…this is something clear if you don’t ignore the psychology, the abuse she got through and more importantly…the facts.

    But facts is something people like you and others around here like to ignore…Am i right?

    • “Drugging” of Mack or other DOS slaves is not a “fact,” it’s baseless speculation, and highly improbable given that dosing would somehow have had to have been given fairly consistently over an extended period with no word of it ever leaking out here or, particularly, in court – plus Mack often traveled for extended periods. You’re grasping at straws to try to explain her reprehensible behavior, including as a perpetrator, when there’s actually no rational or supportable argument to be made that she was a complete victim.

  • Frank, do you know a psychologist who can analyze this transcript?

    I mean, it sounds like horseshit on a shingle to me, but I am just a lowly doctorate-educated Moron, no match for the smartest man in the world.

    I would love to see a true professional review this tape and rate it on a scale of 1 to 10 on the turd-o-meter.

    • No one with the proper credential would actually risk their reputation posting their opinion here (especially since Frank(or others around here) would probably twist everything around)).

      FR might have been an important actor in the case against Nxivm but lost it’s credibility LONG ago…mostly by voicing nutjobs…

      Now it’s no better than the average “conspiracy theories” website you’ll find…

      The rare “smart” people you’ll find here will mostly Survey to make sure that one of the nutjobs isn’t becoming dangerously encouraged to do Something terrible because of the many lies posted around here…
      And Believe me, it’s quite an ungrateful job as you have to read those nutjobs…

      BTW a true psychologist analyzed (long ago) the situation for Allison but since it was not going the way people wanted around here, the whole analyze was ignored…
      More than one psychologist did actually but it was not showing a monster (in Allison) so it was ignored by many…
      DOJ gave a biased and unrealistic first description and then failed to prove anything about their initial presentation…
      But damage was done and people like Frank didn’t help to show the Truth as he ignored (and still do) the facts.

      Simple analyze from another lowly educated moron (that i admit to be when it comes to psychology) would point to look at the abuse that brought Allison to this situation…

      -She was searching herself and not trusting her own opinion, but she believed in one of her friend who pointed her to Nxivm.
      -She ignored her gut feelings and trusted further that friend when Nxivm seem to be “awkward” (her own words)
      -She started to be dragged (slowly) into mental manipulations…

      First EM
      Than around 2013 , she started to be semi starved…
      -At around that time, she was also given a “complement” to put in her water…colored much to same as valium or other mental abuse drugs
      -Later,around 2014 , she started to give (unwilling as it started with the EM) to give collaterals…not being able to properly thing, she was not understanding the situation…
      -summer 2015, she was required to give “ultimate” collaterals to make sure she wouldn’t dare to leave and started to be sleep deprivated (to make it more fuzzy for her mind)

      If you add the physical and mental abuse (and both are factuals…)
      you might understand who she slowly got deeper and deeper in this cult…
      She pointed many time (through her blog and her mails) that she was psychologically fighting against herself because of this whole situation…
      She was oblivious to everything and lost complete control of her own free will…

      For the rest, i’m as puzzle as you…how could he convince her (and many) to accept to even start this whole process (like the E.M. (exploration of meaning which are sort of hypnotic therapy given by the Salzman and could help in normal situations…but here was used against the participants))

      What is more incomprehensive is how some managed to be dragged in record time…some without the drugging or the starvation !!

  • All that authentic acting skill is really on display in the promotional video he did for Consumers Buyline. That lovely exchange with Eddie Albert was so heartfelt and WONDERFUL!

    He played the snake oil salesman Perelli in RPI Players production of Sweeney Todd. Typecasting at its finest.

  • These videos were released shortly after all of the bad publicity that NXIVM was getting at the time to improve its public image. However, the only thing it seemed to do was solidify Raniere as the charlatan he actually is and those who followed him as even bigger fools. The ironic thing is, his sycophantic followers likely thought that these videos were so wonderful at showing the real him and how relatable he supposedly is in an informal atmosphere that they would turn NXIVM’s image around to create a positive one for it in the eyes of the public. But like most cult believers, they had their noses so far up his ass they couldn’t actually see how silly their belief in him and his word salad was.

  • Now we can be assured that we are all “metaphysicians.” No one on earth needs Raniere to teach us how hard to throw a ball to hit the edge of a table. But thanks a lot, Vantard, and let’s have a post-enlightenment Marlboro. Turn off that damn camera. Might as well sit back and relax, for we are all enlightened already. Bah-da-bing.

    Allison Wack was sitting there not really bothering to listen to her Master’s sermon. Simply looking attentive, like an otter chasing a phish. Um hmm, yeah. It was all just so doggone incomprehensible anywho, but Mack was getting the one thing from Raniere that she wanted the most.

    The smarmy Head Egomaniac was PAYING ATTENTION TO HER and her sorry, sorry ass. She even had a line or two. It was gonna be seen on a publicity video, proving her divine significance. She was getting herself more established, in position to be his star idiot. Hooray. Two smug swollen heads pontificating, oh-so intimately. This was better than Seinfeld, more cosmic than Batman. Everybody would be so jealous of Allison now. She was Raniere’s chosen one, his favorite pussy hunter. Halle-screw-ya.

    She had terminally accepted how dim her bulb was, and Allison was thinking about where she had stashed her Snickers bar and if she still had enough laxatives to poot it out without gaining an ounce. Her main concern here on video was to look like the most fuckable, wondrous and desirable spinster of them all. The naked lunch. How to win a short, myopic, pot-bellied guy whose entire career amounts to beating the bushes.

    “How am I doin’? Do I look profound enough? Can the audience see how receptive I am? Will the audience realize how SPECIAL I am to the world’s smartest man? He chose ME for this starring role. He wants me, me, me. Not you!” Same old actors, same old method, same old rerun programming. Donkey, here’s a moldy carrot stick. Whoops! You missed again.

  • I’m sorry, I just don’t understand what he is saying. People really listened to this guy? If I had to sit and listen to him in a class or in a social gathering, or anywhere, I would need great amounts of caffeine to stay awake. I can’t
    believe Marie White made it through this redundant drivel.. she deserves an award. It’s a wilted word salad gone rotten….
    Jibberish of massive proportion. Play this video and cure your insomnia today….Yawn……….

    PS. Is Allison Mack really into what he is spewing? Or is she just a damn good actress? Has to be one or the other.

  • Wow, this muddle of pseudo-profound bullshit* is devoid of any real ideas or pieces of ideology worth noting, even bad ones. There is nothing of interest to analyze in it, other that that in the general context of cults or high control groups, it represents an example of the patter of a charismatic leader or guru possibly using some of the techniques of social hypnosis; and presents the typical conceit that the teachings and techniques offered are somehow so fundamental that they can improve any human endeavor – disproved, as a practical matter, by their failure to actually produce increased competence and success (with members actually often suffering quite the opposite).

    I suppose one additional general thing that might be observed in this muddle, is that what is called confusion technique could be at work. It is definitely used in the Scientology lectures of L. Ron Hubbard, who referenced it explicitly and had probably picked it up from hypnotist Milton Erickson; subsequently it was incorporated into NLP, which is heavily influenced by Erickson’s work, and so Raniere could well have been familiar with it. The basic idea is to engage the listener or audience in a seemingly serious interchange, but consisting of nonsense that leaves them struggling to make sense or meaning out of it, and then to insert a reasonable-sounding suggestion that the operator wants them to accept, such as that The Source “has to do with the whole psychodynamic model of not only human behavior but human moral ethical action” – and that spending $10,000 on it is some sort of answer.

    “Confusion Technique is the consistent maintenance of a general casual but definitely interested attitude and speaking in a gravely earnest intent manner expressive of certain, utterly complete, expectation of their understanding of what is being said…leading to confusion and a
    growing need to receive a clear-cut, comprehensible communication to which they CAN MAKE a ready and full response. ”

    Milton H. Erickson M.D. (1964) The Confusion Technique in Hypnosis, American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 6:3, 183-20. Retrieved from https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00029157.1964.10402343?journalCode=ujhy20

    *

    ‘pseudo-profound bullshit, which consists of seemingly impressive assertions that are presented as true and meaningful but are actually vacuous’

    ‘bullshit, in contrast to mere nonsense, is something that implies but does not contain adequate meaning or truth. This sort of phenomenon is similar to what Buekens and Boudry (2015) referred to as obscurantism (p. 1): “[when] the speaker… [sets] up a game of verbal smoke and mirrors to suggest depth and insight where none exists.” ‘

    Pennycook, Gordon & Cheyne, James & Barr, Nathaniel & Koehler, Derek & Fugelsang, Jonathan. (2015). On the reception and detection of pseudo-profound bullshit. Judgment and decision making. 10. 549-563. Retrieved from http://journal.sjdm.org/15/15923a/jdm15923a.html

  • Meanwhile in real fuckin news

    Peter Nygard boosts about hosting celebrities at his Nygard Cay including:

    “Most of the famous movie stars”
    “Rapper guys”
    “Basketball players” and
    “Church leaders”
    Peter Nygard, a wealthy elite who lured children to his island estate. Friends with Prince Andrew. Sound familiar? He’s being called the Canadian Jeffrey Epstein.

    NYPD and FBI raid his NY HQ this week.

    The darkness is being taken down worldwide.

  • Keith could teach acting. He could teach anything. He could teach the angels to play the harp. You evil people put him in prison but we have been assured he will be released soon on appeal. Then he will teach you and Allison lessons like you never learned before.
    And, Shadow, close that mouth of yours and stop trying to say who I am. I know who I am and you are only guessing

    • Pea’s right: Keith is a skilled teacher. He’s so skilled, he could teach people to open their wallets, empty their life savings and run their lives into the ground to please him.

    • Pea Onyu
      “Keith could teach acting. He could teach anything. He could teach the angels to play the harp. You evil people put him in prison but we have been assured he will be released soon on appeal. Then he will teach you and Allison lessons like you never learned before.”

      Pea Onyu, aka Nicki:
      Why couldn’t Keith Raniere teach you and your friends about the RICO Act?
      RICO was passed in 1970 when Keith Raniere was only ten years old.
      And according to many NXians Raniere was already a genius by then.
      So why couldn’t he tell you about RICO?
      About how RICO could make you responsible for Allison’s crimes and Allison responsible for your crimes.
      About how RICO changed to statute of limitations to cover 20 year old crimes.
      About how RICO could allow crime victims to sue the perpetrators of crimes for damages.

      Almost every politician in Chicago can tell you about RICO because they are often charged with it.
      And the politicians in Chicago are almost as dumb as Keith Raniere.

      • Dear Editor & Chief,

        Why are the words “booger eater” always censored, but not “fishcunt”?

        Can you please explain?

        LOL

        I don’t get it….

    • So Yolanda Cortez, aka Nicki:
      You are still jealous of Allison for pushing you out of the Vanguard’s orbit.
      You should thank your lucky stars.
      Allison Mack is tarred with Raniere’s crap for the rest of her life and going to prison.
      You might still have an outside chance to redeem yourself.

  • Raniere said his acting method was both good and bad, but he never got around to the bad part. So I’ll do it for him: “The bad part about my acting method is that I’m a total fraud in every aspect of my life and all I want to do is f*ck women, phyically, mentally, psychologically, and every other way imaginable. The acting “school” is just one more method I use to achieve that goal.” LOL

    I think Mack is a typical actor, very insecure, confused, and she was protected her entire life. Not unlike many world-class athletes who are cottled since day one, then they think everybody should serve them and worship them, even after they retire from sports. Remember, Mack used to hang out with some rock ‘n roller dude who tattooed “Will you marry me?” on his chest. This was not a normal chick even before she bumped into Raniere. Raniere was smart in this way – he knew actors are insecure, so he catered to that need, and he also knew they were the magnet to get others to join, as many people are infatuated by “movie stars,” such as most of the people making comments on this website. LOL

  • White folks is crazy. Michelle Hatchet is a black slave? Branded on her coochie? Lawd, her ancestors have done flipped upside down in they grave.

    • After articles like these, we need anonymaker to translate for us so we can understand and properly comment without misunderstanding. Like the elderly woman in the “Airplane ” movie.

      • The “jive lady” was Barbara Billingsley, AKA June Cleaver from Leave It To Beaver.

          • Actress Billingsley often wore a pearl necklace even around the house in “…Beaver” to conceal a surgical scar on her neck.

            It wasn’t a disguised invitation that she was available for a sexual “pearl necklace” as some believe.

      • Sorry, I’m flattered that you’d think of me as a resource in this context, but even I can’t find anything meaningful or noteworthy in pseudo-profound bullshit* this deeply mired – there’s nothing to understand.

        * I’ll provide a definition of that academic term of art in a separate comment

        • * I’ll provide a definition of that academic term of art in a separate comment

          Translation….until I can find like minded writings online.

          Don’t flatter yourself slick, they are actually pointing out your hot air,spewed out here on a daily basis.

          • Kid, I keep telling you to pay attention, and you’ll learn something.

            The term is actually used in papers published in peer-reviewed journals. Do you know what those are? If you can get your GED and sign up for a community college class in public speaking, they should teach you how to do a type of presentation based on proper research, including scholarly journals.

            I’ve actually referenced the term before, and provided a citation (again) in the newer comment I made.

            That’s the difference between being a professional who actually gets asked to come and make presentations on topics like this (including university – not just college – classes), and being bitter about life stuck living in mommy and daddy’s basement.

  • “Well, there you have it. You just learned it all, from a guy who knows everything.”

    Unfortunately, Raniere did not know about the RICO Act that allows the government to change the Statute of Limitations and prosecute 20-year-old crimes.
    And the RICO Act allows victims, as private plaintiffs, to sue their perpetrators for TRIPLE DAMAGES.
    I hope every student suckered into THE SOURCE sues Allison Mack and Keith Raniere and all their co-conspirators for being tricked in\to Mack’s bogus acting school, which was nothing more than a recruitment tool to pull people into a sex slave cult.
    Mack was charging 10,000 dollars per semester which when tripled works out to 30,000 per semester per student plus attorney fees for the plaintiffs.
    By the way, legitimate acting schools like Stella Adler or the Actors’ Studio charge half of what Ms. Mack and her boyfriend charged.

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