See the update at the bottom of Page 2 about a Killuminati Soldier outing me as “a demonic bastard and high-ranking member of the occult” for reporting on their terror campaign via Facebook against Bats Day at the Fun Park patrons.
ORIGINAL POST, SEPT. 26, 8 A.M.: We told you last month how the Killuminati Soldiers–conspiracy theorists who warn against the evils of non-Christians, foes of a right-wing agenda and the international Illuminati secret society–sought online to “out” people who attend Bats Day at Disneyland, prompting Facebook to (reluctantly) take actions that especially protected innocent children.
Well, the Killuminati Soldiers are apparently at it again.
In the Facebook post, the Killuminati writer first whines about the actions Facebook took against the group–and then sets about doing what prompted the censorship in the first place: naming and providing personal information and photographs of people who have attended Bats Day in the Fun Park or simply posting photos with solicitations for the name of the people pictured.
For those of you who have missed the Weekly's coverage over the years, goth kids have been meeting at Disneyland in Anaheim annually since the promoters of the goth/industrial and deathrock clubs Absynthe and Release the Bats presented the first Bats Day in August 1999. It's evolved into a multi-days event that extends beyond the Magic Kingdom, and some of those original goths have since grown up and now bring their children. (Sound like smashing good fun? Visit Batsday.net.)
I don't know what's more sick: the Killuminati Soldiers going after families who like to hang out with one another at Disneyland or someone who has been targeted by the scumtroopers being so afraid of repercussions he or she begged me not to provide any personal details about him/her. Suffice it to say, this person reached out once again to the Weekly after the faceless and feckless Facebook folks failed to remove the possibly harm-causing KS photos and solicitations, just like what happened to Bats Day founder and executive producer Noah Korda before, until Facebook finally did something about it last month.
The official responses this time around from FB:
Status: This photo wasn't removed
Details: Thank you for taking the time to report something that you feel may violate our Community Standards. Reports like yours are an important part of making Facebook a safe and welcoming environment. We reviewed the photo you reported for annoying and distasteful humor and found it doesn't violate our Community Standards. We understand you still may not want to see this photo. Here are a few things you can do: Ask Ray to remove this photo Block Ray
Status: This photo wasn't removed
Details: Thank you for taking the time to report something that you feel may violate our Community Standards. Reports like yours are an important part of making Facebook a safe and welcoming environment. We reviewed the photo you reported for not having your permission to be posted and found it doesn't violate our Community Standards.
If you think we made a mistake, let us know. We understand you still may not want to see this photo. Here are a few things you can do: Ask Ray to remove this photo Block Ray
Sounds as animatronic at that Mr. Lincoln exhibit.
“This person is correct that KS is at it again,” Korda informs in an email to the Weekly. “We have posted the info that this email has to have people report the offending and descriptions. Once again KS is creating the same situation as before.
“We have contacted Facebook about this repeat offender, which now this makes three times, and yet Facebook seems to do nothing about it. These posts are clearly in violation of Facebook's own terms. I am afraid it will be only a matter of time when the death threats to me and my family will happen again. All it takes is one person to act on it.”
To compound the threat, the Killuminati Soldiers have also taken to YouTube …
A 4 1/2-minute YouTube video starts by connecting Elvira, ye olde Mistress of the Dark and the cast of the History Channel's Counting Cars to Satanism. (Hell, a cleaner connection to the Dark Lord could be made with the owners of Viacom.) But from Counting Cars cast members we are to connect the devilish dots to Satan, then the History Channel logo turned sideways, then Pawn Stars cast members, then Satan, then American Pickers cast members, then Satan some more and then I got so bored waiting for the promised connection to Bats Day at the Fun Park (and you-know-who, obviously) that I gave up at the 3-minute mark.
See if you have a stronger constitution than I do here:
Here is what sinner3 writes about the load of steaming pixels posted last Friday: “Everyone like and share our new page we were deleted by fb and we are trying to get our fans back. Please share our page on your profiles, on your pages and groups.”
Sinner3? How do we know he's not really working for the Devil? Anyone have his real name, address, profession, children's names and their schools so we can thoroughly check him out?
UPDATE, SEPT. 27, 3:05 P.M.: You've heard, “He's a poet and does not even know it?” I'm apparently a demonic bastard and high-ranking member of the occult without even knowing it.
Well, at least the belonging to the occult part.
Posted on Facebook by a Ray Cayton, who identifies himself as a teacher with Killuminati Soldiers and New World Outlawz:
The worst part is I don't even get a day at Disneyland out of it.