Maikeru wrote:Indeed they have won the dubious distinction of causing suspicion for a 'newbie' whose first post is on a thread that's been dormant for 5 months.Jetstream wrote:Excuse me ... but are all 'newbies' suspect? If that's the case then the Warman's of this world have already won.homer1969 wrote:Hmmmmmm...a long dormant Dick thread revived by a newbie.
Nice try, don't bite guys.
Particularly when that thread concerns knowningly posting inciteful comments which might provoke actionable reactions leading to personal gain, and monitored by those whose political agenda is to bring censorship control into cyber-space.
Absent the atrocities to Canadian citizens already committed in the name of 'human rights' there wouldn't be this reaction, nor this thread...
I'm going to give you guys a little lesson on how a 'newbie' comes in, and perhaps a lesson on how to become larger than a group of people that seem to be limiting themselves to "preaching to the choir". If you treat every new person like this, you are utterly guaranteed to stay a little back-eddy on the river of real political influence.
1. I came over to this site on the recommendation of Ezra Levant.
2. I contacted Connie personally by email before I came on due to a 'technical difficulty' in signing up - and even gave her the name I would be posting under.
3. When you go to the 'Forum' this is at the top of the list. I read through the posts and made a comment that was legitimate and ... so what if it was an old thread ... placing it at the top of the list in the Forums guarantees that new people coming to this site will likely read it, and horror of horrors, they may even be concerned enough when they do to actually leave a post on the subject.
4. Finally, what in the world is so "knowingly inciteful" about my orginal post? If Warman is guilty of nuisance suits, then countersue! That's 'inciteful'? That's common sense, and probably the only way this silliness will ever get settled. I was willing to help this site owner financially to defend their position, and couldn't care less about someone knowing it. But if this is the mentality of the best defense of freedom out there, I'll look elsewhere.
I stand by my previous comment. Suspicion of everybody is a sign of living in a totalitarian society. And it means that the Richard Warmans and company of this world have already won the battle. I, for one, refuse to change liviing as a free citizen simply because some politically-correct idiots are threatening me as to what or what I cannot say.
I am sorely disappointed in this site. You can have it. Perhaps there is somewhere that there is enough openness that you can post without being automatically considered "one of them" until you jump through all your silly little hoops.
Have a good time, ladies and gentlemen. I wish you all well.
(And Mark and Connie, I am sorry I cannot support this "siege mentality" that can only speak up under pseudonyms and live in constant fear that a "troll" may be inciting me to do something bad everytime I read something from someone new.)
And for any of you that will sleep better, knowing who I am, here you go...