Vigilant Jan 26 2020 2:47 pm
As I wrote before, Vigilant and the Smith brothers are now fully collaborating. Those are both Smith topics. The first one was attacking Arthur Kerensa (Dysklyver), old bullshit in which I was mentioned, and the second has my name in the title, but nothing in the body. Both OPs are [deleted] but the content is unmistakeable Smith (and Oliver often deletes his Reddit accounts, maybe even always).
Dysklyver Jan 28 2020 6:36
Vigilant Jan 28, 2020 7:28 amFun flame war. But why?
He's using it for the title, as an answer to Dysk, "Because I choose to." This video is from Matrix 3. I have only watched the original Matrix, with my oldest son, in 2018. I know the ontology behind the Matrix, it's totally obvious. And here, there are two characters. Agent Smith (!!!) looks human, but isn't, and he is full of contempt for the human, Neo, who has been knocked down. "Why do you continue to fight when it's all meaningless?" Neo answers "Because I choose to."
Vigilant is living the Agent Smith side of that drama, asserting the meaninglessness of love, peace, truth, etc. He does not choose, he is a machine. Or is he? The ontology is stated as "Life is empty and meaningless and it is empty and meaningless that life is empty and meaningless." Agent Smith expresses the first part but not the second. Neo expresses the transformed view, which accepts ontological meaninglessness but declares freedom and choice. This is all completely familiar to me, it's how I live from day to day. Common statement among those who get this: "It's my story and I'm sticking to it."
If I assume that Vigilant is human (why should I assume this either way?) he is choosing contempt and hatred, and will create all that goes with that, including the end of it, which is not something I would wish on anyone. Neo's response is simply authentic and expresses no hatred, only courage. So this is supremely ironic. And then:
Vigilant: Jan 28 2020 9:51 am
I did not in fact threaten him. That was simply a statement of personal fact. I'd be happy to do it (which requires special conditions that obtained with the Smith brothers and also with Vigilant). He seems to think that I would somehow be hurt by his pointing out that he has information on me, when I knew full well that I was revealing all that by filing the lawsuit. I am utterly unafraid of the truth, whether I know it or not. It trust the truth more than I trust myself.viewtopic.php?f=5&t=1642#p17353ORLY?Abd wrote:I would happily dox Vigilant
Let the games begin...
From your court documents. All public records.
https://www.courtlistener.com/docket/14 ... ation-inc/Name Dennis G. Lomax
(Removed contact information, which is available in court documents for those interested. -t)I just hold up the mirror for you.Abd wrote:Vigilant has power because he speaks to that voice in each of us, that judges and condemns and holds in contempt.
Your voice must have a lot to say about you given how deeply I appear to have wounded you...
Perhaps if you had lived your life in a less shitheel manner?
Vigilant went on the attack because I expressed an opinion about him that probably matches that of the entire Wikipedia critic community. He had been disparaging me on Wikipediocracy, in public and in private forums, for years, and I did nothing. But this was on Reddit, quite public. So I responded and Vigilant is accustomed to very different response. You have to be crazy to offend Vigilant!!!
But that's what he's been saying for years, that I'm crazy, a kook, etc. So what if I am? Maybe it is a bad idea to offend crazy people, you never know what they will do.
Now, have some popcorn, the games have formally begun.