This post has all the earmarks of a false-flag message plant.
There's a guy working at MUM who used to hang out with an old guy who
had a beard a few years ago. He promised to "eliminate terrorism" if
anyone gave him $1 billion dollars for a trust fund to create world peace.
At the time I didn't have much to spare but I have noticed lately that
there's no world peace and the problem with terrorism has increased by a
factor of 100. Shouldn't the guy return the money? Go figure.
/"One billion dollars sounds like a lot, and philanthropically it is.
But in the big picture, it's less than the price of one B-2 bomber-less
than the Defense Department spends in one day."/ - John Hagelin
On 10/16/2014 10:43 AM, 'Rick Archer' r...@searchsummit.com
*From:*MUM Human Resource Office
*Sent:* Wednesday, October 15, 2014 2:52 PM
*Subject:* COMMUNITY ALERT
Dear Members of our M.U.M. and Fairfield Community,
We wanted to alert you that an individual has returned to Fairfield
who has caused serious financial harm to members of our local
community, and to others across the nation.
If someone you do not personally know very well presents a financial
opportunity based on the premise that vast sums of money are about to
arrive, or any similar scheme that promises returns that sound too
good to be true, please walk away and report such suspicious behavior
to M.U.M. Campus Safety Director James Bedinger (641-919-7992) and to
the Fairfield Police Dept. (641-472-4146).
It is unfortunate that many intelligent and sincere people in our
Fairfield and TM community have suffered financial loss as a result of
this seductive and dangerous individual.
/Caution is advised./ We are exploring with the Police what
additional protective options may be available.
Maharishi University of Management
Campus Safety/Security Director