Intimidation and Implied Threats – Tools of Bullies – Vampire Cults part 3

How bullies use implied threats of violence get their way and keep their victims silent! 

By Michael Vachmiel 
January 11th, 2018 

 

Thank you all for the positive responses to part 1 and part 2 of my series on dealing with the bullies of the vampire subculture that have attacked me for over a year.   Cults of personality that lash our like children when their actions are dared question.  

This article examines what happens when the name calling begins to imply violence. 

This examines the words of a UK women named Katherine Dockree.     Dockree is a follower of Aramond Sebastian VanRahamdalph, whose real name is Skipper Marmaduke Lowry and is leader of this movement to harass me for uncovering the truth behind the working of these vampire organizations. 

Presented here is a conversation between Dockree and two other people, Simon Phoenix and Josh Clark. 

Dockree begins by saying that the “Vampire Council” that is, all of Skipper’s various groups and all the other groups that don’t want their behaviors exposed – you can see that list here – are going to “deal with this situation”, a direct quote from Skipper’s follower. 

Followed is a screen capture of Skipper under the guise of one of his slam pages and his insane ramblings toward me.   

On the next page you see Simon Phoenix respond   with implied violence “it’s time for him to get dealt with” 

Josh Clark follows up with more implied threats by saying he would I “get ate alive” 

Phoenix then escalates the violence by saying “too bad i cant be where he (?), I don’t think he’d do so well against a werewolf”   

Well, learn to write phoenix, but I get the threat! 

Just incase you are thinking, no one in their right minds can be this stupid, I wish you were right.   So I have included screenshots of this conversation. 

 

This is why I keep writing.   I am an adult.  Imagine if your teenage child was being treated like this.   Intimidation.  Threats of violence.  Group pressure to conform and remain silent in the face of abuse. 

This is what parents and teachers should be aware of!