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  1. PainMaker is offline

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    Martial Ass Clowns, fakes and liars

    Here is one of my favorite Martial Ass Clowns, a guy named Dave Schultz. This guy fits the title of this thread to a “T”. Seriously, this guy oozes bullshit from every orafice.

    I have followed this pinhead for sometime watching him claim all sorts of things like being a “Soke”, to having high dan ranks in various styles and then claiming “rank doesn’t mean anything” and changing the name of his homemade art at least 3 times in the last couple of years.

    He was a regular on several boards until he got kicked off of them. After that I guess he had enough and started his own discussion board called martial warrior.
    http://www.martialwarrior.com/

    Here are some of the “prestigious” organizations Dave Schultz belongs to or actually started:

    WOMA
    http://dwp.bigplanet.com/survival/a1i/

    International Dan Registry
    http://league.4t.com/catalog.html

    The International League of Martial Artists
    http://league.4t.com/index.html & arts belonging to that league http://league.4t.com/custom3.html

    Dave Schultz’s new made up art called Taekido which used to be called ARK (American Realistic Karate)
    http://americantaekido.4t.com/index.html

    Explanation of Taekido:
    http://americantaekido.4t.com/about.html

    Dave Schultz’s old made up art called A.R.K.

    American Realistic Karate
    http://www.martialtalk.com/forum/sho...&highlight=ark

    Back in 1995 I began to earnestly develop, with valued assistants from several practitioners/Instructors a new, unnamed discipline and teach it to fellow LEO's/C.O.'s in my agency. I meet with an enthusiastic welcome. Since then we have been blessed to continue to develop it and offer it to LEO's in other agencies, off duty military pilots as well as citizens in the private sector. A couple of years ago I began to seek out peer review and official recognition for our discipline. I am pleased and blessed to have received a wonderful response by many Instructors I consider my better's. After toying with names we eventually decided on American Realistic Karate.

    A more complete explaination of our discipline may be found at;

    http://cqdt9d1.freeservers.com/custom.html

    We have decided on the World Ildokwan Federation to act as our parent, governing organization;

    http://www.ildokwan.us/

    We have adopted a simple white belt/Black belt program and have elected to not use colored belts etc. We do not use any Asian terminology. We do not label ourselves as Master, Grandmaster etc, although a few have chosen to do so.

    Par for the course would be to accept a 10th Dan in American Realistic Karate. Many of my peers have elected to honor me with this illustrious Dan ranking when recognizing this discipline within their organizations. However, as many here know, I feel that 10th Dan in an honorary rank and feel uncomfortable wearing it. Thus I do not. In fact I usually wear no rank at all. When the necessity arises to wear rank i.e. promotions, seminars etc I would have prefered nothing above a 6th Dan for personal use. This is in line with the time in training criteria I have set into place along with my age. However, I have been assigned/asked to wear 8th Dan as the disciplines founder by my students, peers and governing organization. I have consented as a comprimise.

    I have ranking in Pangainoon, but it is only recognized by organizations not directly related to that art. Additionally, the individuals that I trained with and were my Instructors have either passed on or I no longer have reliable contact information for. My full, active training was mainly in the 80's in the military. The upper Dans were time in grade promotions. As such I have decided that I will no longer claim a Dan ranking in this discipline as the last individual I had contact with has passed on and I feel I no longer have sufficient surviving documentation. Hence, I claim only training in this discipline.

    The discipline of Shur Te that I learned from my fellow LEO is in a state of refurbishment as new infomation has been added in it's restoration. As I am not an active part of this restoration, and the discipline with soon undergo a name change I have requested only Shodan recognition for the years of training I put in.

    I have received my 4th Dan in TKD/Han Moo Kwan as well as my 2nd in Hapkido/HoShinDo.

    I was presented with an honorary 7th Dan from Grandmaster Yuri Kostrov of Agni Kempo.

    I have been an FDLE certified Police Instructor in the areas of Defensive Tactics, Firearms and Edged Weapons Defense since 1996 for S.E.P.S.I. at St. Petersburg College. I have been an ISI certified Israeli Instinctive Shooting Instructor since 1999 and ISI Israeli urban survival and Defensive Tactics Instructor since 2001.

    The above is simply to present my background to you in coordination with what we have developed. Thank you for your time and consideration.

    Here are some of the other boards Dave Schultz has been exposed on:

    World Soke Head Council Headquarters, Kobe, Japan
    http://www.e-budo.com/forum/showthre...t=Dave+schultz


    International League of Martial Arts Masters
    http://www.e-budo.com/forum/showthre...t=Dave+schultz
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    Posted On:
    3/19/2006 8:29pm


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    It seems I was in error. Dave Schultz has changed the name of his "art" more than 3 times. Here is a list of the names he has used over the last 3~4 years.

    1st was Zhao Dei Whei

    2nd was mya ryu jitsu

    3rd was ARK

    4th is Taekido
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    Posted On:
    3/19/2006 9:49pm


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    Dave Schutlz not only associates but backs known liars and felons like Jack Sterns
    http://www.martialtalk.com/forum/sho...ht=jack+sterns

    Sterns claims to have won the Congressional Medal of Honor
    http://www.cnn.com/US/9612/04/medal.without.honor/

    http://www.ohiotkd.net/taekwondoreporter/page5.htm


    Stern's lied his way into a martial arts school in the Weston area, a suburb of Fort Lauderdale. Having the legitimacy of being an instructor in a martial arts school, Stern proceeded to call all the martial arts hall's of fame. His Medal of Honor claim was one that the halls of fame could not resist and in 1995 he was inducted into all the places that he bothered to chase. He did not have any martial arts achievements. It was just his claim of the medal of honor that the halls of fame reacted too.

    The cruelest hoax was the one he perpetuated on his own students. While teaching in the Weston school, he charged everyone for membership in the Korean Yudo Association, who issued rank certificates. This turns out to be an nonexistent organization in the State of Florida. It has no corporation papers, no D.B.A. records, no bank account and has filed no tax returns. Certificates were worthless - just as the similar promotion certificates he supposedly got from Korea are worthless.

    What Mr. Stern had hanging on the wall in early 1996 pertaining to his rank were two certificates. One for 6th Dan issued by the nonexistent Korean Yudo Association, signed by himself, dated 1995. The other one supposedly came from Korea in the same year for 7th Dan. Basically Mr. Stern's claim to rank based on those two certificates is worthless.
    Last edited by PainMaker; 3/19/2006 10:00pm at .
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    Posted On:
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    What was your personal experience with him? Be honest, calm, and thourough, if you can make the time.
    There's no choice but to confront you, to engage you, to erase you. I've gone to great lengths to expand my threshold of pain. I will use my mistakes against you. There's no other choice.
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    Posted On:
    3/19/2006 10:08pm


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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyCache
    What was your personal experience with him? Be honest, calm, and thourough, if you can make the time.

    Not sure what you mean by "personal experience".....can you explain?
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    Posted On:
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    From Rule 16 of the Newbie Faq

    16. Be prepared to specify what your experiences with this instructor have been, whether you are, or study under a rival instructor, and if you can, or have, visited their dojo to report on what their actual teaching skills may be.

    also, were you ever his student?
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    Posted On:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel Browning
    From Rule 16 of the Newbie Faq

    16. Be prepared to specify what your experiences with this instructor have been, whether you are, or study under a rival instructor, and if you can, or have, visited their dojo to report on what their actual teaching skills may be.

    also, were you ever his student?

    I have never and would never train with him. Nor do I train under a rival instructor.
    My "inter action" with him has only been reading his false claims on martial arts message boards.

    Do either of you know this person?
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    Posted On:
    3/19/2006 10:21pm

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    I certainly don't know Dave. And from what I know of Johnny he has lived in different parts of the country then this guy.

    So have you ever seen Dave teach, or are you a rival instructor, or studying under a rival instructor. i.e. someone in the town in which he teaches or who has a history of bad blood or conflict with the guy?
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    Posted On:
    3/19/2006 10:24pm


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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel Browning
    I certainly don't know Dave. And from what I know of Johnny he has lived in different parts of the country then this guy.

    So have you ever seen Dave teach, or are you a rival instructor, or studying under a rival instructor. i.e. someone in the town in which he teaches or who has a history of bad blood or conflict with the guy?

    I am neither a rival instructor, or studying under a rival instructor. In fact I have never been anywhere near Schultz's town.

    I have seen what Schultz claims and seen how many folks have proven his claims to be full of crap.
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    Posted On:
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    Okay, please understand that we ask because we've had some previous bad experiences.
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