While it is a matter of record that supremely intelligent and observant individuals often make comments on the Frank Report, Foxibot has a rare talent for expressing things in a remarkably accurate way.
You know, Frank, I was sitting here re-watching The Vow documentary and I noticed when they arrested Keith Raniere he was put on a bus from Oklahoma to where he was extradited to Brooklyn.
I started laughing because those bus rides I hear are hell, with convicts chained, begging to stop for restroom, many just lose control on themselves. It is truly the bus ride from hell.
I hope the 2nd season of the Vow will cover the whole Tourette’s claim, as if it can be willed away! These people are huge victims and it’s disgraceful since they were led to believe it was legitimate. I had great doubt those people were cured.
Frank Quite Good on the Vow
Frank you did great in taking them down.
One of my favorite parts of the Vow was where you and Catherine were together with your buddy the lawyer. He was a cool character.
I love those scenes and Debbie is so sweet and I liked her and all your friends.
Princess Elizabeth speaks to her daughter Catherine Oxenberg on the phone about Frank ParlatoI loved the part when Catherine’s mother, the princess, was giggling about how impressed she was with you. I love the way she described you with great admiration. That made some riveting scenes to watch.
I was cheering you and Catherine on and the rest but I felt like you two led the group. And weren’t gonna give up till you made sure to bring him down.
I was sorry to hear Toni and you aren’t copacetic, since you gave her some major credit in the documentary for fighting Keith. That’s sad she has turned against you. By the way I call Catherine “Mama Bear and I call you “The Grizzly” cause y’all weren’t gonna let that coullion (fool) get away with what he did.
And I thought your advice was so sweet with Catherine, when she was asking you what to do in the car about India if Keith started blocking her calls and texts. You said, “well we will send a carrier pigeon then!”
Your wit really was touching and eased Catherine’s mind by making her laugh and also it was your support that was touching, letting her know that Papa Grizzly wasn’t gonna desert Mama Bear. That he would fight till the end with her! I wish they would do a documentary with the two of you talking and bring the Princess in too for the interview. She saw who you were and admired you for that.
An anonymous commenter wrote: “Frank made the battle against Nxivm personal once they pissed him off. Before Frank, the Albany Time-Union was on the case before any other newspaper. Forbes also published a great piece early on.
“Everyone likes to shit on the ‘mainstream media,’ but they were on it. For other reasons, no one – the cops, the prosecutors, the public, Nxians, paid any attention until much later. Not to detract anything from the incredibly tenacious battle Frank waged at his personal peril.”
Foxibot wrote in response:
That was well put. They were on it. I don’t know why it wasn’t given more serious attention after they published their articles. People confuse real journalists with people who do commentary. Real journalists stick with facts.
Like they said in the documentary, The Vow, maybe the me too movement had something to do with it.
I admire Frank’s very big part in exposing them and I think he got under their skin in a way that maybe no one had before. He actually knew them, so he had a personal picture of their weaknesses the bigger media outlets didn’t.
Like Frank said in the documentary, “I never was a follower, never took a course, I was their publicist.”
They couldn’t brainwash him. Or influence or threaten him. I wonder all the time why Keith Raniere and Clare Bronfman weren’t more afraid of Frank. Because I don’t think anyone would want Frank for their enemy.
Frank is the guy that killed rattlesnakes and ate them. Isn’t that the perfect picture of how he treated NXIVM and the guru.
Most people say chop the head off the snake, to stop a cult or group, and he killed and then ate the snake. Lol.
I told you Foxibot was good. Dead on. Perspicacious.
By the way, Rattlesnake meat, if prepared correctly, is tender and juicy as well as nourishing. Just be sure to tenderize the meat properly. I do that by suffocating the creature slowly, just like it does to frogs and mice it swallows. I hold it by the neck until it madly dashes its slithery body repeatedly against my arm and tenderizes its meat to a luscious, succulent texture that makes the best chicken or beef seem like poor man’s fare.
Four things to keep in mind when catching and preparing rattlesnake.
- Skin it properly
- remove the poison before you cook
- remove any animal in its throat
- while it is still alive, don’t get bitten.
Their bite, at least the first time, can make you very ill and make you wonder if you should even keep your human body. Though I must admit that the second bite was far less intense and by the fourth of fifth bite, it was almost pleasurable. Once the rattlesnake bite doesn’t hurt anymore [immunity] the creatures make damn good pets. Keep them in a cage however since their bite to your friends and family who are not immune can be unpleasant and they will likely blame you.
I would like to send one to Keith Raniere in Tucson but I am not sure he is immune like I am.