He appears to be gone, again - messages, too.
As is the "Nimrod" puppet.
theantijock> In this kaleidoscope world, there can't be that many people with the exact same shtick.
Maybe, but it never ceases to amaze me how many "people" there are (especially in wider audience forums such as Facebook) who claim to be Jews, as if that lends credibility to their incessant (and over the top) criticism of Israel. With some exaggeration, I may have encountered more such than there are Jews.
AyaTrolLiar founcer once claimed on RJ to have insights into the conflict because he was a "Brit of Irish background". Two years later he started claiming to be "Jewish" - by descent (despite arguing that it's just a religious affiliation and if you aren't religious you can't be Jewish).
Speaking of Facebook, you should have seen his shtick there. He stalked me with a puppet account, then would post his propaganda lies after my posts with his real account - posts which I couldn't see let alone respond to. That right there tells you a lot about his character, or lack thereof. If you want to see more of his comedy, check out this thread:Intellectual dishonesty hall of shame:
Freedom of opinion/press is found in Iran, not in US or UK.http://www.realjock.com/gayforums/1443151
Other than the recent "'Pe' in Arabic" lie (thus f
ouncer), my favorite was when he claimed to know Hebrew (as cover for his lie that he read a book that hasn't been translated into English). Having allegedly just quoted (er, translated! lol) from it (meaning he must have had the book at his fingertips
) he couldn't tell us what the first word was on a random page - even after I scanned and posted that page!
theantijock> I thought he did have some smarts but so did Lex Luthor. Fun for a comic strip. Not so interesting as prolonged drama.
Unfortunately he used what little brains he had to twist what he could. He would spend hours "researching" and discard source after source until he found one. Not necessarily one that supported his claims, but one that he could quote out-of-context to make appear to support his claims.
With "brains" like that, who needs enemies?
theantijock> You seem to enjoy the engagement but I just click them off.
Lies, repeated, start having the ring of "truth". Frequently the useful idiots are victims of their own propaganda. Drunk on the Kool Aid, they seek to infect others with their hate.