The picture of the body I posted was the founder of Spotify.
Neither of the founders of Spotify were killed in the attack. Daniel Ek and Martin Lorentzon were not on the street at the time. The victim, Chris Bevington, was an executive at Spotify but not one of the founders.
And clearly it is you who are jaded, to think you could post such a horrific picture on a general public board.
Trolling? Trolling is your main occupation here. Real trolling is an act of skill. It's come to be used for any sort of disruptiveness, but it originally meant skillfully crafted posts that would fool people, and sometimes start arguments. But the arguments would be between others in the forum, as the "innocent" troll watched the results of his manipulation. You're not a terribly good troll, but you're much closer to the old style trolls than the belligerent idiots that now get labelled trolls. The shock image was one more example of your not-very-good judgment in gauging your trolls. These examples come just from searching on Loki's posts, rather than trying to wade through your voluminous output. There is of course far more that didn't quite rise to the level of getting moderator action.
Loki closes one of your ridiculous provocation threads: [grahamhancock.com]
"I've warned you about trolling for responses here. I'm willing to let this one go, because members haven't engaged with it."
Loki issues an actual warning: [grahamhancock.com]
"You're blatantly trolling for reactions, and it stops now." No kidding? The title of the post he issued the warning for was "People on this forum participated in the creation of ISIS"! Troll much?
And even since your return from suspension:
Loki hides a post, no doubt due to yet more deliberate provocation content: [grahamhancock.com]
Why not a warning, I wonder? And then when the need for action arises for your latest provocation in this thread, suddenly it's JonnyMcA who steps in and edits the gruesome image into a link. Why has Loki suddenly stopped intervening? He's been the most active moderator for a long time, and is still very much present on the board, as shown by his sudden flurry of posts right after this action. Maybe he was seriously ticked off at your continuing blatant repetitive trolling, and either he voluntarily stepped back or the other mods thought they'd better stop his interactions with you? Though why they didn't suspend you again, and permanently, is a puzzle.
Other trolls on these boards have been permanently banned for far less than what you have done in just "the last 6 months", let alone for the past decade or more. The outstanding question is why do you keep getting let off with little or no consequences for the same sorts of offenses? It looks like the answer to that question was accidentally exposed to a guest of the site quite a long time ago, but has only recently been made public. Lee McGiffen, one of the first authors to post material here after Graham Hancock, claims to have learned that you are the webmaster of this site when communicating with the moderators after a spate of particularly intense persecution by yourself and someone else. Since that post was in a discussion following after the ban, I found it interesting but not important, assuming the moderation system was finally working. But that turned out to be a wrong assumption.
OCaptain's Misc board thread in reaction to the sudden reduction of that suspension, and resumption of your usual trolling behavior, gathered a number of reponses from other concerned members here. There seems to be a growing discontent with these boards being treated as a personal amusement by a certain privileged troll. Expect the pressure to increase. If messaging the moderators isn't working, we may have to escalate to directly petitioning the site owner.
Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 22-Apr-17 19:11 by Nolondil.