Tuesday, 17 November 2015

Online Trolls Hall of Shame: Mark Bussell and Adam Ritchie

You won't find Mark Bussell's picture on the websites where he abuses and insults other people. In fact, he does this anonymously unless a forum manager intervenes and requires him to provide his name and e-mail address after he has posted his nasty little tirades.
Mark claims to have studied at the University of Manchester, but whatever they taught him there did not include either good manners or the basic principle that you read something yourself before you think you understand it, attempt to pass judgement on it, or publicly abuse the author. Mark thinks it's good enough to read a second or third hand allegation about what somebody has said and then abuse them online where the message can be read by thousands of people. 
      He does this while at the same time admitting that he hasn't got the faintest idea what I actually said. After insulting me, he writes "I don't understand what you are saying. What is your point Dr Gasper?" 
     I fully agree that he doesn't understand what I am saying and it's not surprising, since he hasn't taken the trouble to read it. It never occurs to him to do that. 

       On the basis of gutter journalism by the BBC, he accuses me of saying  that there is a "conspiracy of Lesbians, Bisexuals, Gay and Transgender people" and adds that it is "stupid" to think that they have a single consistent underlying philosophy. Of course, I have never said any where that anybody is in a "conspiracy".  Nor have I ever said that LGBTs have a philosophy. Demands and beliefs, yes, philosophy no.
      The stupid person is Mark Bussell, who has never heard of ILGA, the International Lesbian and Gay Association. This is, to quote their own website, an

International lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex association
ILGA is a worldwide federation of 1100 member organisations from 110 countries campaigning for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex rights.
Since 1978.
Mark is so ignorant that he does not know that our government and the EU have been financing these groups out of public funds for thirty years or more. They have cells inside the BBC (hence that article) all the other media, and in the political parties, the unions, the professional bodies, and every university. They get hundred of millions of pounds of taxpayers' money, yet the loud-mouthed dimwits such as Mr Bussell are still are not aware of their existence. He has never gone and checked whether they have an "agenda". If he did he would find they have, and it would be rather odd if they didn't, since why else would they need funding? He is not aware that, we the tax-payer, are forced to finance their annual conferences, their persistent lobbying in parliament, and their self-indulgent programmes and events all over the world.

Mark has never heard of ILGA-Europe which through the EU, gets huge amounts of funding to force its dogmas and agenda on the entire school system of the EU. If anyone attempts to educate Mark, all they get is abuse, and accusations that they have said there is a "conspiracy". So pardon me if I reach the conclusion that Mark is thick as well as rude.

He has as much awareness of his surroundings as a mollusc on a rock.

The answer to his question "Do you think they want to take over the world?" is "It certainly looks like it, since they have brought a series of resolutions at the United Nations, 
in recent years, trying to force their increasingly extreme agenda onto every nation on the planet." Thank God, they have not yet succeeded, but the ignorance of the likes of Mark Bussell is one of their greatest assets. The evil thing is that we are forced to fund this attack on the world's freedom.
Mark claims to be a consultant in pollution and environmental matters. I would say that his own online behaviour is a form of pollution. He is pouring his filthy abuse into our environment, and so far there is no law that forces him or anybody else to clear it up. We need one.
Mr Bussell describes himself a "libertarian socialist" which is rather like claiming that he is a vegetarian cannibal, or a square triangle.  He also told me that I belonged to a political party that I have, actually, never had  any connection with or interest in. He didn't ask me my party, he told me this as a fact, and when I corrected him he did not apologize for believing and spreading the sort of lies told by Labour activists.
We can get some idea of his general level of education from the fact that he asks on the same public forum, "When is St George's Day?"

  Mark is not the only foul-mannered troll on this forum. An individual who calls himself John L Nealon thinks that it is polite discussion to abuse other people as "lunatics" without the slightest shred of rational evidence about anything whatsoever. 

And let us not forget the pompous and portly Adam Ritchie, who responded in a furious and contemptuous manner when I simply pointed out that there is no evidence that homosexuality is innate. Boasting unblushingly of his position as a university lecturer, as if that proved anything, he used every tactic of argument except providing solid evidence to the contrary.  
He seems unaware that Peter Tatchell has always said that homosexuality is not genetic. 


And when, quite soon afterwards, the British Royal College of Psychiatrists came out with a public admission that there is no evidence whatsoever that homosexuality is innate, I am afraid that the boorish and uncouth Dr Ritchie did not apologize to me. He is still convinced that he knows everything. But then most trolls are.


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