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Re: Heather Wade's KON
« Reply #30 on: August 30, 2019, 11:48:27 am »
You can't rape the willing.

#brutal

Re: Heather Wade's KON
« Reply #31 on: August 30, 2019, 05:42:23 pm »
And yet one can do so in the comments section of almost any "credible" news site without:

~ Being formally DOXd ass Heather has multiple times...

~ Being youtube lampooned for their commentary...

~ Being forcefully linguistically raped in an NSFW manner...

...and so on, yes?

And yet there are a great many "forums" where stalker cyberbullying is simply verboten and said venues manage to sustain themselves WITHOUT turning into "Fight Club" - as an example:

https://paranormalforum.net

All it really takes is a strong and consistent forum OP who does not play favotites, exercise their own control freak spociopathies on their members, or otherwise engage in brutally unevolved stalker behavior.


As you have noted, I am among the meekest of creatures.  But anyone who presumes to address the public from an elevated platform (in her case Art's audience of thousands, and potentially millions) deserves the full measure of scrutiny, particularly when attempting to turn the platform from one of skeptical inquiry into open advocacy for a faith that seems harmless only because her version of it is so poorly and shallowly conceived it seems impossible anyone could take it seriously.  She does, and there are far too many sheep in this world.

The desire to be shielded from criticism is common to dictators, prophets, and false messiahs alike.  I do not care how many would-be demagogues must be sacrificed on the altar of public scorn -- the internet is the great leveler, cutting anyone down who is not worthy to be heard.

Re: Heather Wade's KON
« Reply #32 on: August 30, 2019, 08:42:57 pm »
The desire to be shielded from criticism is common to dictators, prophets, and false messiahs alike.

I've always had a thing for those types.


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Re: Heather Wade's KON
« Reply #33 on: August 30, 2019, 09:06:38 pm »
You can't rape the willing.

Of course you can, it just requires destroying their confidence and convincing them they deserve it.

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Re: Heather Wade's KON
« Reply #34 on: August 30, 2019, 09:13:06 pm »
As you have noted, I am among the meekest of creatures.

Point of definition - not "meek" but rather cultured and tolerant, both of which can be miscast by those dispossesed of such evolved personality traits.

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But anyone who presumes to address the public from an elevated platform (in her case Art's audience of thousands, and potentially millions) deserves the full measure of scrutiny, particularly when attempting to turn the platform from one of skeptical inquiry into open advocacy for a faith that seems harmless only because her version of it is so poorly and shallowly conceived it seems impossible anyone could take it seriously.  She does, and there are far too many sheep in this world.

I humbly submit that none of us can really know what she thinks or feels, only what she presents to us.

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The desire to be shielded from criticism is common to dictators, prophets, and false messiahs alike.  I do not care how many would-be demagogues must be sacrificed on the altar of public scorn -- the internet is the great leveler, cutting anyone down who is not worthy to be heard.

The internet is also the doxing cesspool of overt cyber bullying, personal denigration, unfocused but directed hatred, and outright character assassination where none is reasonably called for.

The multi-platform gang stalking and cyber rape of one Heather Wade is a crime in progress, one burgeoning with each passing day and month. Recall that even in her protracted absence the Wade thread in catladygab swelled to over 7,600 pages!

That's fucking lunacy, truly.

And does any person, even a public figure, deserve dozens of farcebook and twitter stalker accounts aimed at her?

If so, why?

And please context the response with other examples of persons whose behavior is similar to hers and how said stalking has been a "great leveler", if you will.

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Re: Heather Wade's KON
« Reply #35 on: August 30, 2019, 09:14:57 pm »
I've always had a thing for those types.



Sanskrit wheels are somewhat better than amusement park rides...

https://www.dw.com/en/swastika-ride-shut-down-by-german-amusement-park/a-50103794


Re: Heather Wade's KON
« Reply #36 on: August 30, 2019, 10:05:58 pm »
Point of definition - not "meek" but rather cultured and tolerant, both of which can be miscast by those dispossesed of such evolved personality traits.

I humbly submit that none of us can really know what she thinks or feels, only what she presents to us.

The internet is also the doxing cesspool of overt cyber bullying, personal denigration, unfocused but directed hatred, and outright character assassination where none is reasonably called for.

The multi-platform gang stalking and cyber rape of one Heather Wade is a crime in progress, one burgeoning with each passing day and month. Recall that even in her protracted absence the Wade thread in catladygab swelled to over 7,600 pages!

That's fucking lunacy, truly.

And does any person, even a public figure, deserve dozens of farcebook and twitter stalker accounts aimed at her?

If so, why?

And please context the response with other examples of persons whose behavior is similar to hers and how said stalking has been a "great leveler", if you will.

As I've mentioned before, I don't subscribe to modern notions of cyber bullying or stalking or whatever new histrionic language people want to come up with to describe the anonymous buzzing the public men of our grandfathers' day would have laughed at.  Back then, everyone knew where you lived and worked and could accost you at will.  We are, all of us, pathetic squishy larval humans who wouldn't last five minutes on Speakers' Corner or the front steps of Faneuil Hall with overripe produce within easy reach.

Anonymous, heavily satirical criticism goes back at least to the Pasquiinos of the Italian Renaissance (real proto-bellgabs), who ruthlessly skewered the pope and all his minions, straight through the English broadsheets and our own pamphleteers of the Revolutionary War.  Unsigned criticism only stings when it is true or when some nameless insect strikes a note that harmonizes with a tune already being played by a demon in your mind.

I do think that you and Azz have made valuable contributions to the discussion, obliging us to weigh what we say morally and humanely, but I reject your conclusion.  Honestly I am less afraid of people like Heather and whatever meager influence they manage to claw for themselves than I am of people like you who use the classic ploy of championing the weak to seduce the strong into forging their own chains and giving you the key.

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Re: Heather Wade's KON
« Reply #37 on: August 30, 2019, 10:30:33 pm »
As I've mentioned before, I don't subscribe to modern notions of cyber bullying or stalking or whatever new histrionic language people want to come up with to describe the anonymous buzzing the public men of our grandfathers' day would have laughed at.  Back then, everyone knew where you lived and worked and could accost you at will.  We are, all of us, pathetic squishy larval humans who wouldn't last five minutes on Speakers' Corner or the front steps of Faneuil Hall with overripe produce within easy reach.

History through the rear view mirror also contains the dunking chair, witch burnings, and other forms of very public "hazing" where noe was called for.

Imagine living in a day and age where not only your sexual identity is a death sentence, but also your failure to conform to quaintly turgid Calvinist or Puritan theologies.



So we've substituted the interwebs for the public stockades and you consider that a benign advancement of some sort?

Speaking in public was also accompanied by a thing I'm sure you've thoroughly studied known as "anonymous political leafletting" - ever wonder why such was necessary?




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Anonymous, heavily satirical criticism goes back at least to the Pasquiinos of the Italian Renaissance (real proto-bellgabs), who ruthlessly skewered the pope and all his minions, straight through the English broadsheets and our own pamphleteers of the Revolutionary War.  Unsigned criticism only stings when it is true or when some nameless insect strikes a note that harmonizes with a tune already being played by a demon in your mind.

You left out when the pack of jackals consumers fake news and decides to make a meal of one based on such corrupted reportage.

Have we not seen enough of that in your own hometown and of course Portlandia?

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I do think that you and Azz have made valuable contributions to the discussion, obliging us to weigh what we say morally and humanely, but I reject your conclusion.  Honestly I am less afraid of people like Heather and whatever meager influence they manage to claw for themselves than I am of people like you who use the classic ploy of championing the weak to seduce the strong into forging their own chains.

Please don't imply any effort has been made by either of such to fashion or encourage such activities. Rather consider that faced with a public lynching for 'crimes' both real and imagined a few of us have said hang on, this is neither proper nor called for.

I remand you to a night with:



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After the lynching, the riders head back toward town, where they meet Sheriff Risley, Judge Tyler, Drew, and, much to their surprise, the supposedly murdered Lawrence Kinkaid. Drew confirms that he'd sold the cattle to Martin, who was not a rustler. The infuriated judge declares he will have the entire mob up on charges for murder. However, after staring down each member of the lynch mob one at a time, Sheriff Risley declares that he will pretend he saw nobody and knows nothing. He forms a posse and they go out in search of the real rustlers.

Back in town, Tetley returns to his house and locks out his son. Gerald, horrified by his participation in the lynching, goes into the barn and hangs himself. When Tetley hears of his son's death, he takes his own life as well, by falling on his old cavalry sword. Later, Davies confesses to Art that he feels he is responsible for the deaths of three innocent men. Because of the shame and guilt that plague him, Davies feels he is unable to face Martin's widow, so he asks Drew to deliver the letter to her. The novel ends with Gil saying "I'll be glad to get out of here." Art says "Yeh."

Re: Heather Wade's KON
« Reply #38 on: August 30, 2019, 11:06:00 pm »
History through the rear view mirror also contains the dunking chair, witch burnings, and other forms of very public "hazing" where noe was called for.

Imagine living in a day and age where not only your sexual identity is a death sentence, but also your failure to conform to quaintly turgid Calvinist or Puritan theologies.



So we've substituted the interwebs for the public stockades and you consider that a benign advancement of some sort?

Speaking in public was also accompanied by a thing I'm sure you've thoroughly studied known as "anonymous political leafletting" - ever wonder why such was necessary?




You left out when the pack of jackals consumers fake news and decides to make a meal of one based on such corrupted reportage.

Have we not seen enough of that in your own hometown and of course Portlandia?

Please don't imply any effort has been made by either of such to fashion or encourage such activities. Rather consider that faced with a public lynching for 'crimes' both real and imagined a few of us have said hang on, this is neither proper nor called for.

I remand you to a night with:



Haha what does my sexual identity have to do with anything?  Back then, I'd have kept my mouth shut, married an ugly rich widow, and squandered her fortune in riotous company like countless others.

You will have to forgive me when, seeing you speak of crimes and throwing around terms echoing recent legislation, I confuse you with the new thought police.  By all means, continue to remind us of our moral duties, then, like the preacher on Sunday who is ignored the rest of the week.

I will not, however, watch a dumb movie or pretend to give a flying fuck about politics, however much it might advance the debate here.

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Re: Heather Wade's KON
« Reply #39 on: August 30, 2019, 11:33:19 pm »
Haha what does my sexual identity have to do with anything?  Back then, I'd have kept my mouth shut, married an ugly rich widow, and squandered her fortune in riotous company like countless others.

An accommodating chap you seem to be, and I can't claim any special insight as to your personal spectrum of sexuality, suffice to say that homosexuality (like color) was a rather large "kick me" sign as cultural and ethnic variables went. And a potential death sentence more times than not.

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You will have to forgive me when, seeing you speak of crimes and throwing around terms echoing recent legislation, I confuse you with the new thought police.  By all means, continue to remind us of our moral duties, then, like the preacher on Sunday who is ignored the rest of the week.

The few "crimes" I have mentioned are indeed just that - actual crimes. When Julian Castro's brother dox'd all those conservative Trump donors in San Antonio he was literally destroying free speech as well as political expression, so...

https://thefederalist.com/2019/08/06/joaquin-castros-doxxing-of-voters-un-american/

The congressman claims he is targeting voters who “are fueling a campaign of hate that labels Hispanic immigrants as ‘invaders.’” First of all, if Castro disagrees with his fellow Texans on whether illegal immigrants are “invaders,” he is free to try to change their minds. Instead he decided to sic every unhinged progressive activist in Texas on these businesses, which, one imagines, employ and serve plenty of people in his community that don’t even care about politics.

“Anonymity is a shield from the tyranny of the majority,” the 1995 Supreme Court ruling in McIntyre v. Ohio Elections Commission famously noted, because it “exemplifies the purpose behind the Bill of Rights and of the First Amendment in particular: to protect unpopular individuals from retaliation…at the hand of an intolerant society.”

The intolerant force in this case is Castro.


Now as to the other days of the week...I believe I can fill those in rather adroitly, and if not Andy Ngo will:

https://reason.com/2019/06/29/antifa-andy-ngo-mob-milkshake-violence/

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Portland police have claimed that some of the milkshakes thrown by the antifa activists on Saturday contained quick-dry cement. That may or may not be true. What is true is that an antifa mob beat up a journalist—one who is harshly critical of them, to be sure, but who posed no physical threat to them and was only there to document their activities—on a public street. This is indefensible, and yet there are tons of progressive-leaning people currently defending it, or at the very least rationalizing and making light of it.

What say you then?

Do you still assert that I'm no more than a one day a week pastor?

Or is there a Cloudflare of burgeoning fascism which I have correctly identified?

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I will not, however, watch a dumb movie or pretend to give a flying fuck about politics, however much it might advance the debate here.

That's a massive non sequitur to this particular thread and conversation, but your distaste for the youtube films thread and politics is noted and accepted. 

Of course you're free to ignore or even to denigrate and you may well find agreement if the specificity of such is shared.

But let's return to Ms. Wade, has she been "leveled" sufficiently at this juncture?

If not,  why - and how much more bullying do you estimate will be necessary to force an act of contrition, if not a full on-conversion?

It all becomes rather theological in analogy at some point, doesn't it?

We have Torquemada VC who demands that she sell the cuckshed back to the Bell family and vacate Pahrump.

You tell me then which of us wants to overtly fashion manacles and for what purpose?


Re: Heather Wade's KON
« Reply #40 on: August 30, 2019, 11:56:41 pm »
Is there any news on why she hasn't been on the last 2 nights? Does it have something to do with Tony and or Dr J?(Wasn't that guy Arts old producer?)

As for KON, Im alright with some comfy shitposting but(imo anyway) its gone way past that to where it is interfaring in her real life with the fake wellness checks and trying to undermine her subcribership with show pirating. And if she dare say something back the catladys get all butthurt and indignant. Theres radio hosts like Stern and Limbagh with millions of listeners that dont have this level of stalkership. I wonder what Art would do if he was in Heathers position. Probably summon his army of lawyers and hoist the jolly Roger.But then again that was his solution to most things lol

Re: Heather Wade's KON
« Reply #41 on: August 31, 2019, 01:18:50 am »
That's a massive non sequitur to this particular thread and conversation, but your distaste for the youtube films thread and politics is noted and accepted. 

Of course you're free to ignore or even to denigrate and you may well find agreement if the specificity of such is shared.

But let's return to Ms. Wade, has she been "leveled" sufficiently at this juncture?

If not,  why - and how much more bullying do you estimate will be necessary to force an act of contrition, if not a full on-conversion?

It all becomes rather theological in analogy at some point, doesn't it?

We have Torquemada VC who demands that she sell the cuckshed back to the Bell family and vacate Pahrump.

You tell me then which of us wants to overtly fashion manacles and for what purpose?

Hell, I don't know --- if she does something new and bizarre I'll probably get out the old cane and give her another thrashing.

I have observed that certain of her tormentors have unwittingly become part of the show, but even Torquemada's regular imprecations are just idle, inconsequential chatter hardly worthy of the inflammatory stalker/bully/rape language you have ginned up.  I don't suppose you have ever faced down a bully in real life or you would not use them for anonymous words on a screen, no matter how big her screens are.

The welfare checks transgress reality, though -- Sean's looks like a clear attempt at swatting with mentioning guns up front -- but her subsequent confessions of real mental anguish blur that considerably.

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Re: Heather Wade's KON
« Reply #42 on: August 31, 2019, 01:55:53 am »
Is there any news on why she hasn't been on the last 2 nights? Does it have something to do with Tony and or Dr J?(Wasn't that guy Arts old producer?)

There's gossip aplenty and the usual slew of screen grabs from FB over on Ballgrab, so yes, speculation is rampant.

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As for KON, Im alright with some comfy shitposting but(imo anyway) its gone way past that to where it is interfaring in her real life with the fake wellness checks and trying to undermine her subcribership with show pirating. And if she dare say something back the catladys get all butthurt and indignant. Theres radio hosts like Stern and Limbagh with millions of listeners that dont have this level of stalkership. I wonder what Art would do if he was in Heathers position. Probably summon his army of lawyers and hoist the jolly Roger.But then again that was his solution to most things lol

Art knew the ignominy of being both Gunderson'd and Savage'd.

But he had network monies to spend, Heather not so.

Your analysis of the insanely disproportionate level of stalking she's undergoing is spot on the money, and really that (with some other observations) is the nexus of what I've been trying to illumine K-Dubb on - the needless and frankly endless assault on a single entity by a pack of self-righteous undeputized cyber jackals.

It disgusts and appalls me to my core. Thank you for your enlightenment.

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Re: Heather Wade's KON
« Reply #43 on: August 31, 2019, 02:05:41 am »
Hell, I don't know --- if she does something new and bizarre I'll probably get out the old cane and give her another thrashing.

But why?

What do you personally get from that, and in the larger sense is it intended to aid her in finding a better path in life, or is this just kicking a hurt dog for the sheer you of her yelping?



...the silence of the cat ladies predicted...

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I have observed that certain of her tormentors have unwittingly become part of the show, but even Torquemada's regular imprecations are just idle, inconsequential chatter hardly worthy of the inflammatory stalker/bully/rape language you have ginned up.

I ginned NOTHING up sir - my reportage is both accurate and ought to be alarming to anyone with a measure of compassion in their soul locker.

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I don't suppose you have ever faced down a bully in real life or you would not use them for anonymous words on a screen, no matter how big her screens are.

You don't suppose I've dealt with and terminated bullying at some point in my own life? Ok then - beliefs are largely immutable sans a self-outing and I frankly will give neither you nor the Groyper the bandolier of my life to sort through and fire back at me. Nice try, but no cigar.

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The welfare checks transgress reality, though -- Sean's looks like a clear attempt at swatting with mentioning guns up front -- but her subsequent confessions of real mental anguish blur that considerably.

Do they blur his public incitement of a biker gang to "pay her a visit"?

You seem blissfully cloistered from the legal ramifications of a lot of what's going on in these two gabs and foolsbook as well.

Fortunately you've myself and a few others to gently prod you to awareness, if not concern.

That your resistance level remains so high is testimony more to your own proclivities and needs as opposed to a factual and humanistic examination of the nature and duration of her public flogging.



Re: Heather Wade's KON
« Reply #44 on: August 31, 2019, 02:38:59 am »
That your resistance level remains so high is testimony more to your own proclivities and needs as opposed to a factual and humanistic examination of the nature and duration of her public flogging.

Because it is impossible that a rational and humane person would fail to be persuaded by your relentless logic?  Yes, I am laughing at you.