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Forum Post: Craigslist stalker suggesting that we kill the 1%. IT WON'T WORK. (Nationwide.)

Posted 7 years ago on June 25, 2014, 7:10 a.m. EST by StillModestCapitalist (343)
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Craigslist stalker suggesting that we kill the 1%. IT WON'T WORK. (Nationwide.)

For over six months now, someone has been tracking my entries on Craigslist and then posting their own entries almost immediately after suggesting that we 'beat to death' the 1% and all the employees of 'Bain Capital'. I find it impossible to believe that the circumstances are pure coincidence. I also find it hard to believe that the individual posting these follow-up entries is a legitimate user. In fact, I suspect their motive to be criminal in nature. Not only to suggest extreme violence but also to make people wonder if I'm the one posting those entries suggesting that we resort to murder.

I am not. Damn right I blame the rich for a lot of hardship. Damn right I'm fed up with their greed, their unethical business practices, their corrupt government influence, their fake humanitarian crap and their outrageous publicity stunts. But I have NEVER suggested that we resort to violence and I NEVER will.

I do have two suspicions regarding the identity of the individual(s) trying to frame me. The first is that he, she, or they are rich. That's almost certainly why they have singled me out. The second suspicion regarding their identity is much more specific. I won't state that suspicion just yet but if what I suspect is true regarding their identity, then it would explain a lot going back well over six months.

If what I suspect is true regarding that identity, then their plan may involve framing me for an act of violence. In fact, that may be their plan regardless. If they attempt such a thing, I will prove my innocence, prove their guilt, and use the incident in a big way to further my own legitimate cause.

If their plan is simply to discredit me, then it will fail just the same.

If this person is simply a fan of mine suggesting violence, then it's a fan I want nothing to do with.

http://denver.craigslist.org/pol/4529603825.html (My entry)

http://denver.craigslist.org/pol/4522536140.html (Their entry)

http://newyork.craigslist.org/mnh/pol/4524428675.html (My entry)

http://newyork.craigslist.org/que/pol/4522528578.html (Their entry)

http://washingtondc.craigslist.org/nva/pol/4536028672.html (My entry)

http://washingtondc.craigslist.org/doc/pol/4537738677.html (Their entry)

I am not imagining this. I did a web search on a strong hunch. Sure enough, the results indicated that these entries suggesting extreme violence have been posted shortly after my own entries were posted in no less than three different states over the last six months. In fact, the search results have not shown these entries suggesting extreme violence to be posted on any CL forum EXCEPT those on which I have posted and ALWAYS shortly after my own. That's no coincidence. It is a clear pattern.

I'm posting this here because I want people to realize what our enemies are willing to resort to and also to leave a clear record of my suspicion just in case I am framed for an act of violence.

Like I've said MANY times over the last several years, I will not be intimidated.

I will continue to post at will.

I'm not going to contact the authorities just yet but I may in the near future.



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[-] 0 points by StillModestCapitalist (343) 7 years ago

Now, the Buzi goon (otherwise known as OccupiedFrog) is on the SF CL site trying to convince people that it's me suggesting that we "beat to death" the 1% and every single employee of Bain Capital.

What a pathetic little creature. Not only for his tactics but for his hope to intimidate me.

It's not going to happen. I will continue to post all over the web at will.


If anyone hopes to break my will, they will have to break my neck first.

[-] 0 points by StillModestCapitalist (343) 7 years ago

I also got an email just yesterday requesting my contact information. Again, very suspicious.