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Trolls, trolls, and trolls no more

Posted by DNW on 2013/11/21



It looks as though Vox Day is not the only one who finally had enough of neurotics waging their war for unconditional acceptance and compliance through means other than overt violence.

The “editor” of First Street Journal, a blog which has replaced a previously troll-destroyed blogging project of his known as “Common Sense Political Thought”, has finally pulled the plug on that emotionally disturbed New Zealand librarian and Internet provocation specialist who widely appears in comment boxes as “Phoenician in a Time of Romans”.

You know, this very troubled guy who described himself on his own blog in the following terms :





















Double Miserable

Double Miserable





























Congratulations, “Editor”.  May your blog prosper and your readership increase. And may Phoenician in a Time of Romans find the psychiatric help he needs, and something more constructive to do with his time than wallowing in, and expecting others to tolerate and affirm the “value” of his obnoxious nihilism

2 Responses to “Trolls, trolls, and trolls no more”

  1. Foxfier said

    Here’s hoping.


  2. DNW said

    Well, his umbilical is cut and he’s floating off somewhere else. Maybe into the sun, maybe off into space, maybe to cling to some dead rock for comfort.

    The important thing is that Dana has cleared the deck for a better journey for himself.

    The more I think about it, the stronger the parallels and the more clear the identity seems, between persons with modern liberal sensibilities and the person with the set of characteristics that manifest in Internet troll behavior. Especially the extremely pathological kind of behavior represented by Phoenician in a Time of Romans, and certain others well known to us.


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