Monday, January 19, 2009

Insult a Royal Narcissist; Go to Prison

I thought there no better example of how extreme narcissists, in this case Thai royalty, oppress free speech. In this case, this poor Australian fellow had the audacity to allegedly insult Thailand's King Bhumibol Adulyadej in his book Verisimilitude. As a result of his mere suggestion of royal abuse of power in his novel, Harry Nicolaides has been sentenced to three years behind bars.

As Nicolaides left for home from the Thailand airport, he was arrested and eventually placed on trial. In a statement to his family, Nicolaides claims he endured unspeakable suffering during his pretrial detention. The photo kind of says it all. Imagine what he will experience when he actually goes to a Thai prison.

This is a good example of how Edmond Wollmann views himself, in all his malignant narcissism glory, as royalty beyond reproach for his abuse of the Internet. According to my former sound engineer, Wollmann has Photoshoped a depiction of me behind bars on his blog. Much like extremely twisted monarchs who don't respect freedom of speech that is a basic component in America, Edmond Wollmann would certainly have placed me behind bars for disclosing his criminal history on this blog among the other factual information I've presented. He has already done so virtually using Photoshop, and he would do so if he had any "real" power for my daring to stand up to his libel and cyberstalking harassment activities.

I have also already "virtually tased" Edmond Wollmann in my defense for his aggressive cyberstalking, email harassment and libel and will be providing another tase demonstration video shortly.