Twitter Support has now come up with a THIRD different reason for my suspension.
Firstly, they claimed I was guilty of posting a ‘violent threat’.
Secondly, they claimed I was guilty of creating multiple accounts with overlapping purposes.
Now, they claim my account was suspended for ‘multiple breaches of Twitter rules’.
None of these reasons has any validity, clearly confirmed by the fact that Support has now given three, separate reasons for a suspension which was originally the result of malicious, mass reporting by users who are themselves in breach of Twitter rules!
I shall keep appealing.
Regulars here on my blog will remember my suspension from Twitter last October, followed by Derbsyhire police closing their investigation into the harassment and malicious communications of which I am victim, and then my arrest by the same police force two weeks later.
I would say Twitter Support played an important part of responsibility in this farce. Just as a reminder, here’s the tweet which sparked my suspension:
As you can see, there are two police forces tagged into my offending tweet. Previously, during the targeting of my gigs, venues, my Edinburgh Fringe show and the general trolling and harassment of me by this same troll and others, @Sicaro72’s tweets had been sent to police on their request. Back then, although I knew of Sicaro’s other identities, including those mentioned in my above reply AND the infamous @NemoNemo50 – still no official charges! – I still had no idea who he was in real life.
My offending tweet can hardly be described as a violent threat. I’ve received far worse on Twitter myself yet Support hasn’t suspended these accounts:
Maybe because the threat was separated over two tweets (the order is reversed in the image above) Twitter doesn’t consider it a threat? And what about CAA (Campaign Against Antisemitism) associate Mark Lewis’ replies to me?
Whereas I tweeted once only about wanting to see a rope around an anonymous serial troll’s neck, foul Lewis is able to get away with tweet-murder, and his only sentence is to remove his crass outbursts. How does Twitter Support reconcile such blatant double standards?
As for the poor, strangled troll, Sicaro aka Nemo, I made an Excel spreadsheet of the 540 tweets he’d sent me over a period of six months and sent this to Twitter Support who, after this grand effort on my part, finally suspended him. Why my prior, endless reports didn’t have the same effect is a mystery. Regards Sicaro’s 540 tweets, my own suspension and Lewis’ non-suspension, I appealed to Support again and, suddenly, rather than citing a ‘violent threat’, the reason given for my suspension was now the ‘creation of multiple accounts with overlapping purposes’.
To no avail… The new excuse lasted a couple of appeals and then reverted back to the ‘violent threat’ yarn. I tried opening a new account @ajchabloz last week and was not able to send one single tweet before being suspended for ‘multiple breaches of Twitter rules’.
It’s so absurd, that it’s laughable. Banned for a ‘violent threat’ – simply words in a tweet – whereas my abusers are given free reign to troll, harass, threaten and stalk with impunity, mostly using anonymous accounts. Twitter clearly uses one set of rules for a certain section of the Twitter community – those associated with ‘anti-racism’ [sic] organisations – and another for the rest of us.
Sicaro aka Sicko aka Nemo is back up to his usual tricks as mark00427586, tweeting about George Galloway and grassing up anyone he dislikes to CST and CAA: ‘I don’t work for any charities’, come the habitual, Talmudic lies. He can’t be too vocal, though, and he knows why.
It was only after my first court appearance on December 15 that I came to the realisation that the two men – CAA Chairman and Director of Enforcement – sitting next the prosecution lawyers were none other than my two most prolific trolls, Nemo and Bedlam. There was no need for any confirmation from me: their solicitor managed this, dragging my barrister and I back across the UK a week later when Goldberg QC lied in order to have me gagged by fellow Friend of Israel, the now-recused Chief Magistrate, Emma Baroness Arbuthnot.
There are enough screenshots of the two CAA director-trolls hosted on this very blog and included in attachments to police emails without it being necessary to recover the library of screenshots on my computer – the same computer held for five months without a charger and which has still not been returned to me, despite all police charges being dropped. The only two or three charges left are for my songs, and I’ve not yet been served with those either.
No wonder the CPS asked for an adjournment and no wonder CAA have stopped mentioning my name – the first time in what was a daily occurrence for over 18 months. The CAA is, however, still targeting others. One latest victim is Welsh Labour hopeful Mike Sivier, rightfully angry after he suffered defeat at last week’s local elections following a typically rampant CAA smear campaign. Unable to crucify Sivier properly on their own blog, CAA paid a useful hasbara and one of Sivier’s Tory rivals to seal his fate by associating him with yours truly. I shall write more on this in another blog post.
Suffice it to say that we ethnic Brits are being silenced, as well as professionally and socially demonised in our own country. Not all the culprits are of foreign heritage, some are as British as Sivier and I – and they’re the worst traitors of all, along with our corrupt political leaders who have enabled this and allowed it to happen beneath their very eyes. This isn’t what our fathers and forefathers fought for. Time to wake up!
Yes, regarding the CAA and my other accusers I will be making a counter-claim and, depending on the result, I will also be making a claim against Twitter. In light of the above evidence, it’s difficult to see how they would have a twig a tweet on. I will publish a copy of Twitter’s response to my appeal below.
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