I have a stalker! A bona fide, no-foolin’, internet stalker!
The first few times that this sad clown wrote about me on his Tumblr blog or wrote to me on mine, I attempted to engage him in discussion. But he doesn’t want to have a discussion about the issues he thinks are important, he just wants to shout at and about me. You can check out the comments on this post of his if you want to be sure. In his own words:
So I ignored him.
But now he’s taken to responding to people on Twitter when my name or my blog come up, no matter how unrelated the topic might be to the two things in this world he cares about: the evils of warfare and the virtues of Ron Paul. In this case, he clicked on a link to my post yesterday about Trayvon Martin and, reading it, thought to himself, “I hate Ari Kohen’s position on Syria.”
This is very weird and very sad behavior, but I suppose I should be flattered that someone out there is paying this much attention to everything about me. I’d pay him some attention right back, but he hides behind a fake name so it’s tough for me to do it.
Go with God, “Jayel Aheram,” you mighty warrior for truth and freedom. Whenever I worry about the state of the world, it helps to know that someone out there — someone who disguises himself when he attacks other people — is paying so much attention to me.