Out of the rash of blogging by one particular person came what might be considered a veiled threat. This has to do with  the subject of e-mails.

How did I come to this conclusion? Well, first was a series of articles of a negative nature against one person, Mlee. It was the usual tirade by the blogger accusing Mlee of all sorts of wrong doing. Somewhere in the midst of these tirades to which Mlee started to responding to on Twitter there was the mention of e-mails followed by a challenge to publish them.

THIS THREATENING POST MAY HAVE LED TO THE SILENCING OF CHATROOM CREEPER WHO HAD STARTED POSTING THE TRUTH REGARDING A MASSIVE PROPAGANDA CAMPAIGN THAT HAD BEEN ONGOING FOR YEARS. NOW THE SAME THREAT EMERGES YET AGAIN IN ATTEMPT TO QUASH THE TRUTH. WILL THE THREAT WORK THIS TIME?

After a while, there were blogs about the perils of those who send e-mails to what might be construed as the wrong person. The articles carried the warning that one should be careful of who you send e-mails to.

These articles came around the same time the blogger made the same threat to release e-mails of her own.

It is a rather apt warning as I have sent e-mails to people who I thought I could be trusted only to find out that the recipient was not trustworthy at all. In one instance I discussed my having Celiac disease, which really is not that big of a deal. It is a minor affliction that is easily regulated through the elimination of gluten from ones diet.

Imagine my surprise when a short time later, postings on the internet mentioned this specific subject that never had been discussed in public. It was the lesson of beware who you send e-mails to. It is also the lesson, distasteful as it is, for all of us to learn. It is the lesson that there is NOBODY on the internet you can trust. The only person you can trust is yourself. Your best friend on the internet today, can be your worst enemy tomorrow.

I feel that people like (S)trolling are the kind to be wary of. The person I am certain is (S)trolling is a person whom in an e-mail as well as in a private chat, that I stated “do not trust anyone on the internet and that includes all of you.” The others in the chat understood my message, one of them did not. This person is (S)trolling, this person is Boogerocity, this person is a former administrator that had full access to my Paltalk account.

The latest exchange on twitter as well as the blog articles about e-mails is an example of how the intimacy and trust that was once common on the internet has now eroded to mass paranoia and a tremendous distrust of everyone out there.

It is a price to be paid due to the actions of the abusers, bullies and trolls that now infest the social media sites.

The social media is now in a state of rot and decay. The only purpose that can be derived from the internet is on line games such as Farmville or Everquest. The rest might as well put out on the curb for the garbage man to pick up.

Stay Tuned

MURT

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