Stacy McCain profiles up-and-coming Internet Douchebag John Tiessen, here. Tiessen had accused anti-Anonymous online personality the Jester of being a child pornographer, whereupon the Jester doxxed Tiessen for a felony conviction involving his treatment of a coke whore who reneged on her agreement to oral services in exchange for powder. Once that happened, Tiessen posted an unhinged YouTube rant against the Pharisees who criticize him, proclaiming himself a true follower of Jesus and quoting those passages from the Sermon on the Mount pertaining to the obligation of coke whores to live up to their bargains, passages that sadly were excised from the canon by 3rd century scribes who found them inconsistent with other of Our Lord's pronouncements (but which can be inferred from fragmentary papyri discovered in the caves of Nag Hammadi in the middle of the 20th century).
In the course of this 17-minute rant, the upright Tiessen rails against the inhumanity of his online detractors.
Stacy had tweeted about a piece, as yet unreleased, regarding Tiessen's doxxing at the hands of the Jester, whereupon Tiessen tweeted a couple of vague threats against Stacy. Why Stacy finds himself continually embroiled in conflicts with Internet Douchebags is anybody's guess, but despite their penchant for fraudulently accusing others of imaginary crimes while demanding that their own be overlooked or construed to their best advantage, isn't it true that we should be more charitable in general to frauds who seek only to better society by means of their lies, slanders and libels? What kind of society would we live in, after all, if some rough fellows didn't try to ensure that coke whores live up to their headgiving obligations? Why, it would be anarchy.
That's why I am creating People for the Ethical Treatment of Internet Douchebags. If a person attempts fraudulently to deprive another person of reputation, is it ethical therefore to publish in response records demonstrating past viciousness on the part of the accuser, simply because they happen to be true? These are thorny conundrums of the sort only panels of experts can untangle. And lawyers, of course. Lawyers.