Thursday, September 26, 2013

Twitter Atheists Whining












Twitter troll "Rosa Rubicondior's" reincarnation as "Rosa Resurrected" was sent back to the purgatory of dead accounts once again.  It is obvious why he was suspended again: abuse/spam/copyright/trademark.

His previous account @rosarubicondior is permanently suspended.  I warned him this would happen if he continued his abuse, but he continued.  My post "Rosie on Probation" highlighted that Twitter was monitoring this troll and those who promoted his lies and spam links.  "Rosa" disregarded this and continued his abuse.  His atheist minions continued as well and are now whining that he is suspended again.

Are these people stupid?

Apparently so!   If I am warning them of what's going on and telling them how to avoid suspension, then why would they do the things that would bring about suspension?

They are now whining and complaining that religious people are spam reporting Rubicondior and other atheists. This is not so.  While I did tell people to report any abuse they encounter, this is not a campaign.  Twitter asked me for evidence of this abuse, so I was just doing what they requested.  Moreover, Twitter has changed its rules and how it responds to abuse.  I wrote about it here: http://www.sacerdotus.com/2013/07/twitter-abuse-changes.html
 Twitter Abuse Changes

They will now take more seriously any reports made to them.  Before, reports made against abuse were brushed off as a "free speech" conflict of interest.  However, after some have used Twitter to make death and rape threats, they have now changed their handling of reports.  Moreover, they are also getting tough on spammers who use their site to spam.  Automation will no longer be allowed.  "Rosa" uses Gremlin and other spam bot applications in order to tweet his spam links throughout the day on a schedule.  He has also sent unsolicited mentions to random people and blocked them in order to avoid getting a response from them and used automated following apps in order to get his 7500 followers again.  This is against twitter's rules.

Here are more of the things in detail of what Rosa Rubicondior/Resurrected did in order to bring upon himself suspension:
Spamming
He used his @rosarubicondior account and @rosaresurrected to spam all day by posting duplicate tweets linking his followers to his poorly written and scientifically illiterate blog which I have refuted many times.

Unsolicited Mentions
Moreover, he has also sent unsolicited mentions to Christians and other people of faith in an attempt to start an argument.  Often times, he would mention someone and then block that person so that the person has no way to reply to his 'hit and run' mention.  This of course is against Twitter's rules.  Twitter users cannot abuse the spam report feature in this way.

Using Automated Programs
In order to tweet his spam nearly every couple of minutes, Rubicondior relied on bots programmed to tweet at certain intervals throughout the day with specific tweets.  He also used bots to add followers to his new account.  This is also against Twitter's rules.

Abuse
Within his tweets, Rubicondior abused other users by insulting them, threatening them, being condescending and by baiting them to engage him.  This includes other atheists who don't agree with him!  He has also been posting the information of a minor named 'Manuel' or 'Manny' in order to defame the child as well as discredit me and others who he finds a threat. When questioned to provide evidence of this child and his connection to me or others, he disappears and ignores the requests.  Twitter has been monitoring this child abuse. They have seen my license as well as the licenses of those who Rubicondior claimed is me or "Manuel/Manny."  It is futile to even make the connection because twitter knows everyone's identity.  This is why Rubicondior got suspended faster than usual.

Posting Personal Information
It is against Twitter's rules to post someone's private information.  Rubicondior took it upon himself to post a child's information, including his school's address and other sensitive information that can put the child in danger.

Trademark/Copyright Laws
It is against Twitter's rules to violate Trademark and Copyright laws.  "Rosa Rubicondior" is not a real name.  He is using a comic book anime character as his online presence as well as the photo of a Halloween old lady mask.  The aforementioned are creations of other people and hence, "Rubicondior" broke Trademark and Copyright laws by claiming them as his own.  See more here: http://www.sacerdotus.com/2013/07/what-is-sacerdotus-doing.html

Impersonation of an Individual or Entity
Rubicondior has many overlapping accounts which he uses to spam.  Some accounts are even fake theist accounts that he uses as sock puppets.  This is against Twitter's rules.  I will post all the known accounts that he uses in a later post so everyone can watch out for them and report each to Twitter.

As you can see, Rubicondior has quite a rap sheet.  Ironically, he was suspended a year later on the same day that he lost his debate with me by running away and not completing his agreement to debate me.  God works in strange ways indeed! See more here: http://www.sacerdotus.com/2013/08/why-was-rosa-rubicondior-suspended.html


If atheists want to tweet without being suspended then they must follow Twitter's rules.  They also must not tweet any mentions to random people no matter how tempted they are pressured into responding to a tweet that was provocative.  My profile says to contact me on my blog for this reason.  I understand my tweets are provocative and people feel the burn to respond;  however, you can do so via my blog without worrying about being suspended on twitter.  There is no reason to spam my mentions with tweets when you can send me a well organized email with your comments or questions.  Moreover, I will not read mentions and any mentions with vulgarity will be reported.   

Moreover, atheists must not promote Rosa's spam links.  His blog is blacklisted as spam by Twitter.  Also, the name "Manny/Manuel" is also known to Twitter as the child Rubicondior is abusing.  Twitter has seen my driver's license as well as the ID's of other accounts Rubicondior has claimed to belong to me.  That being said, it is silly saying I am "Manny/Manuel" or account abc when Twitter has verified my identity.  Therefore, any mention of  this child will bring Twitter support into play.  Any atheists/accounts who promoted Rosa's blog and mention this child will be monitored and suspended.  There is no way around this.

"Rosa Resurrected" was doing fine until he began tweeting links written as "Manny's list..." and mentioning "Manuel."   When he did this, that is when he got suspended again.  Again, twitter is monitoring this.   

I have warned atheists about this, but they see it as some joke.  They are not laughing now, neither is "Rosa."  One atheist mentioned why Billy Graham is not suspended, well the answer is obvious: HE DOESN'T ACT LIKE AN IMBECILE ON TWITTER. 

So to my atheist friends, stop the whining.  There is no crusade against atheists and no vendetta against Rubicondior.  All of you are abusing Twitter and are feeling the heavy hand of support.  Get over it and behave.  Most likely, Rubicondior will never be allowed to tweet again since his blog and behavior is known to twitter and he is a repeat offender.  His blog is also being targeted for removal, so don't get too used to it.  
 

6 comments:

  1. Ok a couple of questions I'd like to ask:
    Your description of spamming: How is that different from your twitter activity which is mostly repeated links to your blog?

    About the minor: Why the assumption that it's a minor? Considering the information posted to rosa's blog (some of which is checkable on external websites) the person referenced is over 30 by now. I can't see why you claim it's a minor. Am I missing something there?

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    1. My links are not duplicates and are tweeted without automation that is not approved by twitter. The minor Rosa is abusing is listed as a high school student. The external websites you mention are most likely made up. On myspace for example, one can put any age. You can be 100 years old on it! What you're missing is the fact that I offered to skype with "rosa" so we both can show each other our passports with government verified information; "rosa" refused. We all know why he would do this. He will be exposed as a liar and his own identity will be revealed if he took my challenge. My question to you is: why do you believe this person? This person is known to be problematic and a troll. He is currently banned from using Twitter. There is no reason why an intelligent and moral person would believe anything from this person who is obviously mentally ill who goes by the pseudonym "rosa rubicondior."

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    2. Thank you for your reply, it's appreciated.
      "My links are not duplicates" Yet I've seen the same tweet, to the same link multiple times on your timeline. How is this duplication?

      "are tweeted without automation that is not approved by twitter." I've never been able to work out what is and isn't approved for tweet. I'm curious how you know exactly what another person uses to tweet but that's irrelevant I think.
      "The minor Rosa is abusing is listed as a high school student"
      In 2000, that was 13 years ago.
      The external websites you mention are most likely made up."
      1 is White Pages, 2 are official school websites.

      I still don't see what I'm missing that indicates this alleged person is a minor.

      "My question to you is: why do you believe this person?"
      The websites appear to support the claim that the person linked is around 30. I'm not talking about if that person is you or not as I believe that's irrelevant to my questions and not conducive to getting my questions answered reasonably. However I do notice that you didn't answer the question.

      "There is no reason why an intelligent and moral person"
      This kind of argument always bugs me. It's like someone's trying to make me think that if I don't believe them I'm an idiot. It tends to put my back up and make it harder to take their statements at face value. I also don't appreciate the implication that I lack Intelligence or morals because I asked questions to clarify your definition of spam and settle curiosity on why you thought the person named by Rosa was a minor.

      An apology for implying that would be appreciated.


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    3. A Duplication means to be an exact copy of something. If you look carefully, my tweets have variations. The titles are different, the hashtags are different and the feeds are different. Twitter won't allow anyone to post the same exact tweet twice.

      If you click the timestamp on a tweet on a PC, you can see how the tweet was posted. It will tell you if it came from a computer, app, Facebook, Myspace, etc. Moreover, Twitter knows when someone uses these automation apps because an account has to give permission to an app to function with Twitter.

      Where did you get 2000 from? Remember, Rosa changed details throughout the months. First he said I was a high schooler, then he said I was in a Franciscan seminary in NYC which does not exist, then he switched stories again. He spliced up random information that he found on Google and created this person. If you do detective work, you can see for yourself. It is apparent that Rosa found a kid's profile and began to add to this kid's identity creating someone who he felt he could pass of as me. What's interesting is when other atheists asked him to verify, he either blocked them on Twitter or replied, "I can't say."

      Whitepages gathers information from third parties. This information is not necessarily accurate. A search for the kid's name will produce variations of it. One is even in California. It is extremely difficult to verify a person's identity by doing a search on that site or even on Google. State ID's, Driver's licenses, or a Passport are the most accurate forms of identification. To my knowledge, the school mentioned does not have a website and does not even exist. No record of a student with that name can be found; you can call and verify with the Board of Education of NYC. My cousin works as a principal in that system. Again, "Rosa" spliced up information from random sites and created a new being, if you will. The kid is a real minor, but not identified properly by "Rosa." "Rosa" transformed him "cyberly" speaking.

      Any websites can post any age. You can post a different birthdate on Facebook and Myspace. This means nothing. How many kids pretend to be adults and vice versa? Pedophiles love to make kiddie profiles to talk to kids! This is common knowledge. To believe an age on the internet is absurd especially when identification cards and the like exist.

      My comment regarding no reason for an intelligent... is in reference to the fact that I offered to skype with "Rosie" so we can show each other our passports. In light of this, why would anyone believe "rosie?" If he didn't want to skype, that means he has something to hide. If he was confident that he knew me to be that kid, then he would have said, "okay, now I got you and will expose you on cam as this kid..." he did no such thing. Instead, he dilly dally and went about his business harassing and spamming on Twitter.

      Remember, Twitter has seen my license. They know who I am. This is why every time "Rosie" or others mention this kid, they get suspended. Twitter is aware that this is a minor and that this minor is being abused and his information is being used to harass others. I am in the process of getting Google to erase "Rosa's" blog as well. Their rules clearly state that their services are not to be used to impersonate, post private information or slander others.

      If I were you, I would question "Rosie" to provide government documentation linking me to said person. This is what a skeptic would do. To believe a person's claims just because he found information on the internet and spliced it together is silly.

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  2. Thank you for your response. So you get around the defintion of spamming on a minor technicality? Since the bulk of each repeat of tweet including the text, where it links to and most of the hashtags are identical?

    As for the rest.. isn't that a little paranoid that someone would go through all that to "out" you? considering all the links and websites dated years ago.. why would he create those before he encountered you?

    Tell you what I'll take you up on the offer you made Rosa. Go on Skype and show me legit government ID proving you're not that person. I'll give my word not to record or pass on any information to anyone else except a friend who can check it's legit and not faked. Cover your address, ssn etc just leave the name and photo showing.

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    1. I wouldn't say that.. Twitter told me this. I specifically asked what exactly is 'spam' to them since even following 5 people can get you suspended easily.

      Yes it is paranoid! This is my point! I don't understand what's wrong with this person and why others praise him so much. The guy is mentally ill. It all started with a simple invitation to debate. He accepted and then began to stall. The next few months, he started a campaign against me and others. Then began posting those lies about this kid and that somehow he is me. When I try to tell other atheists this, they just laugh at me and insult me as if I am the crazy one.

      Others have asked to do the same with me, but since the whole doubt came from 'rosa,' I find it best to first do the skype with him and then others. I have no problem regarding my information; remember, I am a public figure. Eventually I will be ordained a priest and maybe in the future will be a bishop if God and the Church wills it. That being said, being in the public eye doesn't scare me. What bothers me is that 'rosa' would take a kids information and do all this just because he was made to look silly on the debate. It was HIS doing, not mine! Had he continued with the debate, he wouldn't have made a fool of himself.

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