Well, it looks like the Mob over at Twitter has got my account shut down.

And not just the usual ‘suspended’ account either – they’re blocking my computer so I can’t set up a new account.

Is this is what happened to Tom O’Carroll a few months back? His case is even more unjust than mine since he posted nothing on his Twitter account other than announcements of new posts on his blog.

It seems that the most ‘offensive’ thing I posted, the thing that got the foamers’ eyes swiveling, got them applying matches to their flambeaux, got them, well, foaming at the mouth, was a post which said “Paedophile & Proud”: it sent them into paroxysms.

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Funny how the death threats and violent images the ignorant and brutish sent seem acceptable to the censors at Twitter but my tweets, which were largely polite, if occasionally combative, were clearly beyond the pale for them.

There’s something very noticeable and interesting about the foamers at Twitter: they really hate it if you say that you are celibate and that you don’t look at child porn – they get angry because you’re refusing to conform to the pat ‘Monster’ archetype  that they’ve alloted you and they feel that you’re disrupting their pleasurable and self-righteous hatred.

Well the ban is a shame as Twitter is a good way of promoting this blog and of being part of a community of similar-minded people.

I’ll look into whether there’s a work-round for the block which will allow me to set up a new account. And in the meantime any new posts will be announced on GirlChat and BoyChat.

And it would be great if any sympathetic Tweeters who follow my blog would help circumvent this ban by posting a tweet whenever a new blog-post is published.

If any of you reading this have experienced similar, or have any advice as to how to get round the ban, or can recommend other sites and ways for promoting this blog, or if you’re a friend or follower from Twitter – don’t hesitate to contact me through the comments.

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You can send me private communications through the comments system too – just make it clear in the comment that I shouldn’t make the comment publicly visible by ‘approving’ it.

23 thoughts on “Mob Rule over at Twitter

  1. No no no! Not Facebook!!!! A friend of mine created a page called Pedophile Does Not Mean Abuser, and eventually, the wrong people saw it and it all went to hell. There was nothing “inappropriate” on said page, but of course, people didn’t care about that. This friend isn’t even a MAP, yet of course, it was assumed he was, because who would defend pedophiles but another pedophile? You can even google that page name. Threats were made both against the creator of the page, and toward the family/extended family of said creator. Personal information about extended family was discovered. The page went through several successions of being put back up, getting reported a bunch of times, and being taken down again. And now, the page is down for good. Still, that does not necessarily mean this will be the case for you, only that it is a possibility. Sigh.

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  2. “However I do think the development and promotion of a Paedophile Culture is an important thing because it makes for a population of paedophiles who are better informed and who have strong senses of their history and identity – this can only be a good thing both on an individual level and on a group level – hopefully one day society will be able to cope with the idea of the paedophile who ‘lives well’, who isn’t some twisted sick monster either fighting against his urges or overwhelmed by them. We’ve got to take ourselves seriously and not define ourselves according to the parameters that those who hate us set out. That is why good paedo communities are invaluable.”

    We seem to be no better organised than those paedo communities coalescing under out-of-town US interstate highway bridges, pinned into some goddam awful corner by society as if we were some Frankenstein who throw little girls into the water whereupon they inevitably drown (shades of The Spirit Of The Beehive). Being muted and caged in this way, how is it ever possible to retrieve any semblance of dignity and respect, and to develop a voice?

    I would like to think that I could be a proactive part of some paedo community, doing my bit to help others rise above the hate, and to encourage them to develop a strong sense of identity, as you put it. In some ways, I have tried to be of some use online, but the blogosphere is an insipid mechanism to realise these aims; it is so 24/7, impersonal (virtually), and crowded with views that corrode rather than support, it is hardly effective. In my humble opinion, you cannot beat face to face, or face within group, communication. Mostly paedo communities no longer have that option, so we remain becalmed in the doldrums, with zero weaponry at our disposal – eunuchs.

    The following interesting piece focuses on the online bully aka the citizen journalist, and possibly the most virulent agent in successfully denying us the right to free speech. The citizen journalist to my mind has been instrumental in bringing about the paedophile holocaust.

    “Ah ‘citizen journalists’ – an interesting term that merits analysis. It is supposed to imply a ‘democratisation’ of the media through which anyone with a smartphone or access to the Internet can become a ‘journalist’ simply by disseminating news, opinions, photos or camera footage. However, it is a concept that is fraught with problems.

    In many countries where there are repressive regimes in power – Saudi Arabia, Egypt, China etc etc – work by unregulated, often untrained citizens can constitute valid journalism, although their endeavours are often confused with activism of various kinds – campaigns for human rights, environmentalism, religious freedom, opposition politics and so on. The thin line between being an objective reporter and a propagandist is often so blurred that some citizens journalists are little more than local activists promoting their own particular viewpoints and aims. A valid type of freedom of expression, but hardly journalism in the classic sense.

    Similarly, in developed countries with the rule of law and a free press (in theory) the domination of the mainstream media by a few powerful press and broadcasting barons or corporations leaves space for our own citizen journalists to carve out their particular niches via social media and the Internet. Some focus on blogs, others on what amount to self-published online magazines and news services. While many are innocuous or even laudable, there is also a considerable body of single-issue fanatics or malevolent trolls intent on causing mayhem under the banner of ‘citizen journalism’. Of course, they are nothing of the kind. It is a false and fraudulent cover designed to legitimise defamation and smear campaigns, often based upon some perceived personal slight or wrong that has made them bitter and twisted.

    These groups (more often individuals) can cause untold misery and anguish to their targeted victims. The writers are bound by no professional code of ethics – not that some sectors of the mainstream media are much better – or accountability unless they get hauled before the civil court to answer libel claims or are warned off by the police on public order grounds. They are bound by no editorial oversight or legal proof-reading by trained professionals. It really is a case of ‘published and be damned’.

    As we all know, libel is a rich person’s game and always has been, so the risks of getting dragged up before a High Court judge down at the Strand are pretty low, even if material that has been published may have wrecked lives, families, careers, reputations and so on. Some species of modern citizen journalists are living proof of the concept of power without responsibility – famously derided as the ‘prerogative of the whore’.

    It is an apposite quotation because in this day and age when, to quote Arthur Miller’s Crucible, ‘no man knowth when the harlot’s cry will end his life’ it is terrifyingly easy for a mischievous or malicious troll posing as a ‘citizen journalist’ to launch and propagate a smear campaign against individuals or groups under the thin veneer of freedom of speech and fair comment.

    The existence of the Internet has opened up a global vista for such activities. Now an unfounded rumour or deliberate lie can be online and replicated hundreds or even thousands of times before a conventional media outlet has even had time to frame its story. There is no redress for victims unless they are able to take legal action for defamation at enormous cost, and even then it is a matter of damage limitation, rather than repair.

    In most cases the online bully and muckraker blithely goes on his or her way rejoicing at the human misery their incontinent, yet powerful fingertips can inflict. It is war by other means and these activists posing as journalists are the cheerleaders for online trials in which justice plays no part and the sentence of eternal damnation has already been pronounced in absentia.”

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  3. On a more serious note, another nail in the coffin of free speech and privacy, I read that Theresa May (do what she damn well likes) is proposing to give the go-ahead to police and intelligence officers in the UK to have the power to access information containing the names of websites people have visited. They will not require a warrant to spy on every one of us, but never mind, it is all in the name of fighting crime and terror. And in the Queen’s speech last year, it was declared paedophiles are to be treated as terrorists. So it logically follows that not only will blogs such as yours and Tom’s be subject to closure without warning, but minor-attraction related debate will increasingly be removed from social networks, not because network owners have a problem with free speech, necessarily, but because the law tells them that it is in the interest of national security to do so.

    Yet another step on the road to dystopia.

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    1. Yes, this is indeed worrying.

      I’m wondering what exactly is meant by ‘closing down’ sites – I myself don’t fall under UK jurisdiction so they can’t stop me publishing; I think wordpress is hosted in the states (though I’m not certain of this) so I can’t see UK laws affecting that; maybe they will take action to prevent inhabitants of the UK accessing foreign sites like my blog, or simply have a list of proscribed and watched sites – so people can access them but their details will be logged whenever they do so. But then again if you use TOR &c they won’t know what it is you’re accessing.

      But certainly this is something we should all keep an eye on, keep each other informed about on and be cautious about – I’m pretty thick when it comes to technical stuff so I’m hoping some paedophiles who are both computer savy and have a good grasp of what the UK government is planning to do could elucidate the situation for us and give us details of exactly what is being proposed.

      I for one plan soon to copy and save all the contents of my blog – I’ve put in too much thought and work into it for it all to disappear at the click of a censor’s button.

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  4. What we need is a Master B.. B.. B.. B.. B.. Braun to eliminate the fascist dictatorship in the Houses of Parliaaarment! (youtube.com/watch?v=riMHp28_cqw) Excellent!

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  5. It would seem Lensman, that no sooner have you given birth to your consentinghumans baby, that there is a distinct risk it will be snatched away from you, via the UK government’s proposed plan of Extremism Disruption Order. The state is becoming more fascistic by the day, evidently.

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    1. This is indeed a worrying development for the UK feinmann0, but Cameron’s jurisdiction doesn’t quite extend as far as my luxury high-tech lair hidden inside a disused volcano located deep under the Pacific Ocean…

      WordPress seem to take freedom of speech and thought more seriously than Twitter. But I worry that eventually WordPress may also eventually cave under pressure from the mob.

      But I suspect that the mob doesn’t get in as deep as to read blogs like mine or Tom’s. I’ve not received a single comment from a hater or foamer – and I’ve got my comments section set up so that people can post comments anonymously.

      Twitter was really a distraction – though there is a kind of paedo-community there with some very decent and interesting people… but 140 characters, though enough to exchange insults, is not enough to be able to start changing minds and attitudes – our language is so impoverished: where a hater can say ‘she’s an abuse victim’ for us to say the same thing without all the negative assumptions we have to write ‘a person who as a child engaged in some kind of (not necessarily penetrative) intimacy with an adult’.

      So yes, Twitter is a thief of time – since being banned I’ve completed two essays for later publication and started another two!

      The thing that really pisses me off is that the mob will feel that by getting me banned they will have won a victory – I will work harder here, and in other places I am active, to ensure that their victory is pyrrhic.

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      1. I’ll return the favor when you helped me here in WordPress, to people see that although I am a troublemaker (I admit it) but I’m also a serious person and that I fulfill what I say.

        If you want I tell to The Mighty _OSC or some other in Twitter (just tell me the name) to put your post, it’s just that some do not speak to me and others have blocked me, but you tell me to see if we are lucky, ok?

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        1. Thanks for that tnso!
          Yes – I’ll take you up on your offer.
          If you can tweet whenever I make a new post – and maybe add to your tweet a phrase like “retweet this & fight twitter censorship” or words to that effect I’d be very grateful to you.

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          1. That I tweet what is hard because my accounts are for trolling Antis so I’m going to tell the others to see if they can tweet for me. After I tell you that I can do.

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      2. So you are the Brains of Thunderbirds, and I claim my 5 Compagnie Française du Pacifique francs. Incidentally, can you recommend a good optician?

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        1. >“can you recommend a good optician?”

          If I knew a good optician I wouldn’t have to wear these ridiculous f-ing glasses
          regards
          B̶r̶a̶i̶n̶s̶ Leonard

          PS your 5 Compagnie Française du Pacifique francs are winging their way across the Pacific as I type – well spotted Sherlock!

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  6. THENEWSEXUALORDER RIDES AGAIN!

    Fuck, injustice, we even have to put up with crazy hebephiles there on Twitter too, that rabble!

    But is cool, when I saw your suspended account, I said to myself, “another psycho expelled from Twitter, how many children have been saved thanks to that!”

    But along with Christian you are my favorite pedophile, because I have an appreciation for you personally, really I prefer to Twitter expel some dirty virped better.

    But no wonder, anyway, you’re dangerous with and without a computer, bro, you were publishing nonce things, man, you’re nonce-sense!

    Look, I have Twitter (+15 accounts, I am cautious, if they ban me I step to another account) to annoy pedophiles, adultophiles, virpeds and put pro-religious and anti-religious garbage (sometimes in the same account haha), well … so I can help you with that , but I think if you’re a adultophile and atheist, why do not you ask Dawkin publish your posts? while you’re not a fetus with Down syndrome or a Christian, no problem, pal.

    Hey, hopefully finally Twitter expel all pedophiles, I can not annoy pedophiles never more, because I promised to you to not attack pedos more, so dirty anti-paedos adultophiles will have to make do alone.

    By the way, the picture of Christian I do not know his name, only that I love that girl, is a sexy teenager, simply a TEENAGER, you know? But your photo, it’s funny, just when GC banned me for saying pedophiles was a slave race of hebephiles, I was going to comment that your avatar is horrible, really, no trolling, frankly (it is a matter of taste, friend, do not kill me for it!).

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    1. >” I can not annoy pedophiles never more, because I promised to you to not attack pedos more”

      Thanks for keeping to your promise tnso!

      >”By the way, the picture of Christian I do not know his name, only that I love that girl, is a sexy teenager, simply a TEENAGER, you know? But your photo, it’s funny, just when GC banned me for saying pedophiles was a slave race of hebephiles, I was going to comment that your avatar is horrible, really, no trolling, frankly (it is a matter of taste, friend, do not kill me for it!).”

      De gustibus, my friend, non est disputandum.

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    2. TNSO: >”along with Christian you are my favorite pedophile”
      Hey, I never said anything about the nature of my feelings for each age group of girls, nor about my age of sexual preference. So how can you infer that I am a “pedophile”?
      > “the picture of Christian I do not know his name, only that I love that girl, is a sexy teenager, simply a TEENAGER”
      So, if I chose a “teenager”, why do you say “pedophile”?

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      1. > “So how can you infer that I am a “pedophile”?”
        You simply just be trolling, or we could also say that just see beautiful girls is considered pedophilia, but anyway I always found it funny that you never tell your orientation, hence that remark, you get it?

        >”So, if I chose a “teenager”, why do you say “pedophile”?”
        Actually has nothing to do the one with the other, you might like girls and adolescents at the same time, but that’s not trolling, I actually think it’s a teenager, I believe that at puberty are no longer to do with children, it is just that.

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  7. Trying to make a “paedo community” on FB is a bad idea, that is “identity politics”, it leads to nowhere, because small groups can’t fight alone. Exemplary actions like the Black Panthers in the sixties led only to repression, you need allies. It is better to start as an individual with several interests: art, politics, ecology, girl-love, sexology, etc. Then you make friends about any of the topics, and discuss with them on the other topics.
    Your comments about Pigtails in Paint should go there, not here. Most Pigtails readers (and contributors) don’t know about your blog.
    Who is Mary? I don’t know the name of the girl in my avatar.

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    1. I think paedo communities are useful for more than fighting oppression and ignorance. For a somewhat lonely form of love it’s just good to be able to talk to others like yourself, and it can help sort out your thoughts, beliefs and morality.

      However I do think the development and promotion of a Paedophile Culture (which involves science, research, philosophy, sociology, humanities, arts and culture) is an important thing because it makes for a population of paedophiles who are better informed and who have strong senses of their history and identity – this can only be a good thing both on an individual level and on a group level – hopefully one day society will be able to cope with the idea of the paedophile who ‘lives well’, who isn’t some twisted sick monster either fighting against his urges or overwhelmed by them.

      We’ve got to take ourselves seriously and not define ourselves according to the parameters that those who hate us set out. That is why good paedo communities are invaluable.

      >”Your comments about Pigtails in Paint should go there, not here.”

      Ahh, one of the pleasures of having one’s own blog is one can post whatever comment one wants there, no matter how silly or irrelevant 🙂 .

      Here, for example, is my recipe for ‘Leonard’s Delicious Custard Bath’:

      “Place several candles under an iron bath. Put into the bath a large quantity of milk, cream and vanilla pod and slowly bring to simmering point. Remove the vanilla pod. Whisk a shit-load of yolks, sugar and cornflour together in a large bucket until well blended. Pour the eggs and sugar into the hot milk and cream, whisking all the time with a balloon whisk (add vanilla extract if using) and gently stir with a cricket bat.

      When the custard is suitably thick, enter bath, lie back and luxuriate.”

      But, seriously, I’ll post a comment suggesting something on Ford Madox Brown on Pigtails in Paint.

      >”Who is Mary? I don’t know the name of the girl in my avatar.”

      Mary has just written her name (next to drawing of herself) on her desk.

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      1. Rather than writing a comment on Pigtails suggesting that there could be a post on Ford Madox Brown, it would be more productive if you emailed one editor with a proposal to write an article yourself; you could then be registered as an author on the site.
        OK, Mary is your avatar, my avatar (the same on Pigtails and on WP) is the pic on Google Photos.

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      2. “I think paedo communities are useful for more than fighting oppression and ignorance. For a somewhat lonely form of love it’s just good to be able to talk to others like yourself, and it can help sort out your thoughts, beliefs and morality.”

        Absolutely! For me, sharing my innermost thoughts with fellow lepers has proved a revelatory, nay cathartic experience. Some years ago, I joined experienceproject.com and found on-topic minor attraction experiences being placed on the site. This did not last too long though. Your experience with the faceless twitter.police occurred on experienceproject.com too, and the site police became more and more adept at weeding out the leper plants wherever they pushed through the soil;.

        However, in the period when one felt secure enough to say what one wanted (I think this used to be called free speech in the country where experienceproject.com is based), a bl suggested meeting in real life. I followed this up despite being really nervous prior to the surreptitious, cloak and dagger rendez-vous in Trafalgar Square, the (legal) teen turned out to have equivalent desires, passions, worries as myself. A great friendship blossomed, and I went on to meet three other minor-attracted people around the world, all through this single website. Soul mates are who we should seek out, not psychiatrists. Although I have not been banned from experienceproject.com, all the experiences written at that time by us lepers have been removed in the interim.

        It is essential for us to ‘KEEP TALKING’, as Dr Stephen Hawking says on the Pink Floyd track of the same name. Without camaraderie and mutual support we would just go crazy, and Solidarność would be unthinkable.

        On the topic of what you can do about your Twitter account, what Twitter is doing, and doing blatantly of course, is discriminating against your sexuality. If you were gay, straight or a bell-ringer, and they banned you for claiming you were proud to be a homo, or proud to be a hetero, or even proud to be a campanologist, then there are surely avenues to successfully litigate against the company’s actions.

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  8. I looked at Facebook a month or so ago and couldn’t find any paedo community there. Then this morning I read this on Boychat:

    “Finally, Facebook unfriends pedophiles” – http://www.boychat.org/messages/1459504.htm

    which links to this – http://nypost.com/2015/10/13/finally-facebook-unfriends-pedophiles/

    Congrats by the way on your new role at Pigtails in Paint – and nice avatar – Mary’s not an easy girl to resist – she’s led me astray in my fantasies many a time – so beware 😉 !

    I notice that there’s no entry for Ford Madox Brown yet – whilst not (I don’t think) a paedo, nor a specialist in painting children, ‘Mauvais sujet’ is a powerful enough image to stand on its own and to merit a consideration of its creator.

    And there are actually a few other interesting images of kids by him (the most beautiful back in the whole of art is to be found in his painting ‘Work’) – and his ‘pretty baa lambs’ is an extraordinary work – an image which on the surface is the epitome of Victorian child-sentimentality, but which he undercuts with a profound sense of menace.

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