I don’t think we’ve ever met in person- we’ve never had any business together, and I’ve never initiated communications with you. So it confounds me how you have been continuously attacking and slandering me over Twitter. It’s bizarre I must tell you…
It was only two weeks, out of nowhere, that you made this comment to me:
It seems that you are exercising with psychologists call “projection“- ascribing one’s own attributes onto other people. After all, I have never initiated communications with you- not even once.
Then, today, I was contacted by a reporter who wanted to interview me for a story about rezoning in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside. Once again, unprovoked, you had to respond with a rather serious (and incorrect) accusation against me:
It appears that you have become a danger to me, and I can no longer tolerate your public defamation of me. It’s time for you to stop- immediately. I am tired of your baseless, but damaging, attacks. I have evidence of multiple incidents like this- this isn’t an isolated mistake, it’s a pattern of misbehaviour.
I have a question for you- do you work in the mental health field?
You need to make a decision before the end of this weekend. You are either going to publicly apologize, and retract this statement you made about my mental health- or, you can ignore this request, and I will be filing a case against you in Ontario Small Claims Court.
The choice is your’s. To use the immortal words of Jason Bowman: “govern yourself accordingly”