Dentons original petition which ridiculously “demands justice” against two skeptic bloggers was taken down after multiple complaints to the petition site highlighted it was libellous and in effect cyber bullying. Denton has responded by making the ridiculous claims that follow:
Yet when they are labelled RACISTS and a Petition is signed by a mere 60 people with a 7000 database eager to follow they scream ‘unfair” This is the classic self victimisation of any tyrant or RACIST bully like Adolph Hitler denying FREEDOM OF SPEECH.
Denton fails to realise that his unsubstantiated and repeated accusations are libellous and as an attempt to silence his legitimate critics are bound to fail. The Skeptical Letter writer takes apart Errols claims of racism in this blog here an extract is given below:
Totting up these figures reveals that, of 107 identifiable individuals who are criticised on Jones’ blog, 83% are white, 12% are of unknown race, 3% are black and 2% are Asian. (The list includes every named person I could track down, but omits several companies whose owners can’t easily be found.)
The common factor for all those blogged about on Josephine Jones blog and referred to Trading Standards and the ASA is not race – it’s their devotion to the dishonest and misleading advertising of complementary and alternative therapies. To claim race as the substantive motive for these complaints can therefore be viewed either as delusion or clumsy and offensive attempt to deflect legitimate criticism by hoping baseless allegations of racism will chill critics into silence.
The truth of the matter is that Errol Denton is not a trained medical professional. Errol Denton sells quack diagnostic methods and has been found guilty of misleading and dishonest advertising (which he refuses to change) and that Errol Denton has revealed his true colours by attempting to silence critics by accusing them of racism with no evidence.
Errol states on his blog the following:
The Fifty-Thousand dollar question is: Why do these two RACISTS not like what is being said about them? If it is not true as they claim then all they have to do is ignore. Sticks and stones may break ones bones but names can never harm. Unless it is true of course!
While Errol can take advantage of the fact that the two bloggers have not decided to take legal action against him for his libellous comments he can be assured that the 21st Floor is more than willing to do so should he repeat similar lies about us.