Quote# 134181

Fundies Say The Dardest Things is a M16 controlled website to discredit my exposing of the great conspiracy! 

M16 agents on Fundies Say The Dardest Things post my articles on The Reformation Online onto this site because the site’s title makes it seem like the people who’s posts end up here are crazy! 

Fundies Say The Dardest Things want me to seem crazy to prevent people from taking my words about Joshua of Nazareth, the Flat Earth, the Jesuits, and the British seriously. 

When Joshua of Nazareth claimed to be the messiah, the Pharisees tried to discredit him by calling him crazy. However he gained so many followers that they decided to crucify him. 

Joshua of Nazareth lived in the Roman Empire. The British Empire was established in 313 AD when Druid Jesus Constantine became Emperor. The British learned of the strategy of discrediting their opponents from the Romans. 

Jesus Constantine created the Latin Church. The Papacy has been controlled by the British Secret Service from it’s creation. 

The Pharisees originally mocked Joshua the Messiah but Joshua gained so many followers that they decided to crucify him. The British Empire will eventually send James Bond to assasinate me for exposing their conspiracy. 

But I will not cower in fear to the British. I will continue to expose the diabolical conspiracy and preach the truth about the messiah to save the souls of those who read my site from Hades.





Patrick Scrivener, CSTDT Comment 510 Comments [11/14/2017 5:42:18 AM]
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Patrick Scrivener

See I am not being paranoid. First James Bond commented that he is coming after me and now Angela Merkel is. These comments show that I am being targeted and that Angela Merkel practices cannibalism.

12/5/2017 6:58:16 PM

Dr. Razark

Please, seek out some professional mental health care.

12/5/2017 7:37:29 PM

dxdydz

@Dr. Razark

It's not actually Scrivener, you know that, right? The lack of all-caps and double exclamation marks gives it away.

You guys are being trolled hard.

12/5/2017 7:43:52 PM

Dr. Razark

@dxdydz

Would really not be surprised if that was the case. I pretty much stopped caring long ago, but at this point, I'm just telling everyone to seek mental help.

I mean, seriously, this thread is over 500 comments now. We MUST be crazy to keep it going, right?

12/5/2017 7:55:02 PM

Anon-e-moose

@Dr. Razark

Perhaps it's time to stop feeding the troll.

12/6/2017 3:14:55 AM

SomeApe

Well, I ask it once again:
Who's trolling who, when all we do is posting short question and he answers them in long comments?

Anyway, now I wanna know who it is.

12/6/2017 3:20:01 AM

Patrick Scrivener

Ok now that you figured it out, I now admit that I am not the real Patrick Scrivener. I wanted to see how you would react if Patrick Scrivener went on this site.

However I wonder if the Patrick Scrivener that made this comment in section 20 is the real one.

“Hello me. Meet the real me and stop making me look bad. It is only hurting the fight against MI6.”

It almost seems like the real one because he called himself “the real me” said that I am making him look bad. Do you think he is the real Patrick Scrivener?

12/6/2017 5:41:40 AM



He wasn't. I made that to kind of out troll if you will. It was a joke

12/6/2017 6:49:06 AM

dxdydz

@Dr. Razark

I've known it wasn't him since a few days after the quote was submitted, I chatted with Shy in the IRC about it not being Scrivener around that time and he agreed with me on the same points - those points mainly being it's not how Scrivener types. It's part of why I haven't made any comments ripping all the terrible physics in here apart, and it's why all I've done is shitpost. However, it would be a waste of time, imposter or not. One of the other give-aways is how calmly the poster takes being called crazy.

But yeah, you guys are something for carrying on this long and not seeing that.

12/6/2017 11:39:48 AM

Dr. Razark

@dxdydz

I had my doubts quite a while back. (Although, I admit that I didn't catch the writing style, since I usually skip over his posts as tl;dr, and too crazy, anyway.)

Part of me didn't really care if it was real or not, because it wouldn't have mattered in the first place. Responding was more or less not for the (false) target, but for those who might read it later. Allowing bad science points to stand unrefuted just rubs me the wrong way. Also, it helps me refresh my own knowledge.

12/6/2017 5:24:41 PM

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