This is what hundreds of Babalú's readers have done this week courtesy of Henry "Economist" Gómez. I don't know how good an advertising man he is for others, but he's a damn good one for RCAB. In the now deleted "Squashing the Losers" post , he could not resist mentioning "Tellechea" in one of the comments, although he knows he shouldn't and has labored mightily to control the impulse. Once in a while, however, he becomes blinded by anger and commits Babalú's cardinal sin.
He did so again on Sunday. One might suppose there is no harm in that. God knows I mention them enough. However, I have no compulsion to conceal Babalú's lies; they, on the other hand, have a very great interest in concealing RCAB's inconvenient truths. It is really remarkable to what lengths they have gone to malign and isolate us. We are impeded from disclosing the facts because they would implicate those who communicated them to us. But, rest assured, the fight that I carry out in the open they execute in the shadows. I would be in the dark about it myself if they inspired in their adjuncts private rather than public fealty. The latter is a only a mask which is cracking to pieces. One day even they will be able to see through it. But I am in no hurry to hasten that day.
Whenever Babalú alludes to me in any way, the gates open and the RCAB is flooded with refugees from Babalunia. I know it because their IPS's are new to me and because of their reading habits. They will decamp here for hours and devour 30, 40 or 50 posts at once and return the next day and do likewise, trying to catch up on what they've missed, reliving past visits to Babalú but with a new and unexpected twist. For them, it is like seeing the other side of the Babalú tapestry for the first time, the side that is concealed from them, where the mold and fungus grow unnoticed and unchecked.
On Sunday, March 30 the RCAB received a record 988 hits. Not all were from denizens of Babalunia, of course. But given the fact that this figure was twice as many as we have previously received on any prior day, it is a fair assumption that the increase was in part due to Henry's inadvertent citation of my name. Once a reader googles "Tellechea" and "Babalú" the game is up. And many did precisely that.
So, thank-you, Henry, if you were my mole at Babalú you could not have served RCAB's interests better than you did on Sunday.