Peter Vandever is attempting to weigh in on an article about a recently arrested alleged pedophile named Mark Catley. Nothing new with what he’s trying to do: cloak himself in phony holiness while falsely accusing others of exactly what he himself is guilty of: shameful sexual practices including child molestation. Peter Vandever wants to go there, so go there we shall. More to follow on this.
Peter Vandever can’t help himself. Lying is a habit for him. Having lived such a shameful existence, he feels compelled to lie and present a false version of himself rather than acknowledge the reality of who he really is and the dark life he has lived. Some of his lies are downright hilarious: he has claimed to be the CTO of Smart Communications, he claims to hold multiple bachelors degrees and multiple masters degrees and a PhD (in reality, Peter has no higher education to speak of).
Peter is also a “me too” kind of liar. Have a story to share? Whatever it is, Peter has been there done that too. Not only that, but his experience was also probably better than yours. Here is one of his latest humorous examples.
If one were to summarize the behavior of Peter Vandever in one simple word, one choice would certainly be this: dishonest. Sure, people telling falsehoods is not uncommon. With just a little extra digging, it would not be difficult to find someone who is dishonest quite frequently. Still, Peter is more extreme than even some of the most blatant compulsive liars. It is no exaggeration to say that Peter lies about nearly everything. Indeed, his entire public presentation of himself is made up of nearly 100% lies. Yes, he lies that much.
While it is not possible to catalog every lie that Peter Vandever has ever told, even if limited only to those that can be discovered online, we will publish many of them here in what will become a regular series.
Peter Vandever has long claimed that the reason he is still in the Philippines is because he has outstanding tax issues with the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) that need to be resolved before he is granted clearance to leave the country. It has long been suspected that this was a lie — an attempt to portray himself as somehow righteously standing up against some sort of unfair taxation. It was his way of trying to avoid admission that he is illegally in the country on an expired tourist visa that he can’t afford to renew. In the workings of his fragile ego, it was also an attempt to separate himself from those who are “just tourists” in the country even though he was officially a tourist as well when his visa was valid.