10 days ago, January the 8th, we reported on the advent of a new initiative that had been up barely 5 hours when it came across our “radar”… a concept for a Vampire “community” Police Force to monitor, intervene, investigate and “report” on instances of wrongdoing in the culture.
We have been in contact with the principal behind the operation and we have great pleasure in advising that we are in process of conducting a one-on-one interview with them in order to learn more about this bold move.
Since the link to the organisation first became available on at least one well frequented “information” resource we have learned that the owner of that site ordered the removal of the link, the expulsion of the principal behind the concept from the site and had the message thread, reportedly at some 400 responses, completely deleted. So much for the erstwhile statement
“…make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.“
In another move the link that we had, originally, for the initiative has been removed from the service it appeared on, either that or it has moved to become a hidden group. We also note that other prominent sites that were carrying the link are no longer doing so.
We have heard that the initiative has been re-christened and will be operating under a different name and this is why we are pursuing the matter…
A question occurs to us, as it MUST to any thinking individual… have we just witnessed a “rethink of a new idea” or have we just witnessed a blatant case of “cyber-bullying” in our online world yet again?
Within a short space of time we hope to have the answers to these questions and more on this extraordinary chain of events from the person at the heart of the matter, then you can decide for yourselves what EXACTLY happened here?
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