Twitter, Rev. Sizer And Be Reported.
The viral nature of the Internet was shown when Iran’s theocracy tried to push through the fiddled election results.
Twitter was seen as a key ally for the regime’s opponents.
Thousands of Internet readers are now aware that Rev. Sizer used the Police in an inappropriate manner, to intimidate a young blogger. On top of that twitter has come alive with users expressing their astonishment at Rev. Sizer’s actions.
All in all, Rev. Sizer’s actions have been counterproductive and unnecessary.
But what I can’t understand is why he felt it necessary to try and intimidate another blogger in Australia with this comment:
Stephen Sizer says:
January 16, 2010 at 5:45 PM
You must take a little more care who you brand as anti-semitic otherwise you too will be receiving a caution from the police as the young former student of Leeds did recently. One more reference to me and you will be reported.
One more reference to me and you will be reported.
Reported, to whom? Presumably the Police?
That strikes me as rather overwhelming and threatening for a blogger, out of the blue to know that if you mention Rev. Sizer again that Policemen will knock at your door.
It is becoming a bit of a habit with Rev. Sizer, intimidating bloggers. Hmm.
Update 1: I thought this was rather good.
Update 2: As far as I can see Vee has not in any way called Rev. Sizer an “antisemite”, yet he is quick to take offence and threaten action.
Apparently there were only three posts mentioning Rev. Sizer at Living Journey and none called him an “antisemite”. So I think Rev. Sizer should apologise to Vee for being unnecessarily aggressive and rather, er, unchristian in his attitudes. make your own minds up, I’d welcome reader’s comments:
Why did Rev. Sizer take offence and threaten to use the Police again?