I found this message in my email yesterday:
My name is Elliot Jamison and I am writing to you on behalf of the Stop XenoVaradox movement.
To make a long story short, we are collecting film footage in an attempt to create a documentary/timeline of XenoVaradox and its founder, Augustus Templeton. (Basically, we are amature historians/activists.) Because so much of his life and his company have been shrouded in secrecy, we’ve had a hard time coming up with anything. But, we are willing to do what it takes to get the truth out…even if that means asking other people for help!
Is it possible that in all of the footage you have shot over the years, there may be some fragment that contains a reference to or clue regarding Templeton or XenoVaradox? We have made contact with someone who had a VHS copy of a show from Czech TV, but that’s pretty obscure…Anyway, any assistance you could provide (even if it’s just someone else to talk to) would be greatly appreciated.
Whether or not I have any footage of Mr. Templeton is of course something I will have to keep secret for now, but I have to admit I was unfamiliar with XenoVaradox.
A Google search provided some interesting clues. [[Note: See the comments section below for updates on link status.]]
From the XenoVaradox website:
XenoVaradox: Aspiring to be the most innovative tactical and cybernetic systems supplier through world-class people and technology.
XenoVaradox is a technology and innovation leader specializing in defense, homeland security, and other paramilitary markets throughout the world. With a significant history of innovation, XenoVaradox provides electronics, mission systems integration, and other capabilities in the areas of command, control, communications and intelligence systems, as well as specialized mission support services.
So it seems that Templeton is doing quite well for himself these days.
A wide variety of career offers from XenoVaradox were recently posted at various employment sites across the net, with such interesting available positions as data transmission and interception, content generation, administrative assistant, tactical hermeneutics, and mercenary.
The application form at their website had some very interesting questions.
11. Would you rather have proof that the Devil exists or not, and why?
12. Would you rather have proof that G-d exists or not, and why?
13. Would you rather be able to bring people back from the dead or be able to kill people, and why?
After reading all this, and hearing about some of their stranger activities, it’s not too hard to see why certain activists would want to fight against them.
From the Stop XenoVaradox site:
XenoVaradox has become much more than just a comic-book store in rural America. In the past 10 years, XenoVaradox has grown into one of the most powerful and secretive organizations in the world — number 1 among the Fortune 500, if you ask me — and is America’s largest security threat. (Remember the Bill of Rights, people?)
With more than 4.1 million employees and over $21 billion in profits, XenoVaradox is a humongous company with even greater responsibilities. First and foremost, XenoVaradox has a responsibility to all Americans to set the standard for customers, workers and communities, and to help build a better America. Don’t you agree?
The truth is that XenoVaradox has let America down, forcing good paying American jobs overseas, and cutting throats with total disregard for the values that have made this nation great. XenoVaradox has needlessly exploited illiterate children, faces the largest treason lawsuit in history, and has coaxed workers to work in unsafe environments, and — incredibly — broken human trafficking laws.
America’s largest defense (*ahem* WAR!) contractor must reflect America’s values. But, XenoVaradox will never change on its own. Augustus Templeton, XenoVaradox’s CEO, mistakenly thinks he only answers to a few wealthy shareholders who own XenoVaradox stock. Templeton is wrong. XenoVaradox and Augustus Templeton must answer to the American people.
The Stop XenoVaradox movement has already knocked out several of XenoVaradox’s sites, so they certainly are dedicated.
These are a few places where you can find them online.
Boycott XenoVaradox on Facebook
As for Augustus Templeton, a few minutes of footage from the Czech TV special mentioned by EJ is available online in three (of four or more) parts.
I have no idea where the rest of that footage is, but what’s even more illuminating about Templeton’s life is this bit of audio that was recently discovered, a record of Templeton’s Glasstown experience.
The Glasstown Translation
Good old Glasstown.
Cheers to whoever the researcher is that found that.
I came across another XenoVaradox site that looked like it was down. If you investigate it carefully, you can find a secret message.