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Published on Feb 9, 2013
John Tiessen repeatedly accused my favorite literary character, Vonnegut's Kilgore Trout, of child molestation. Tiessen also made overt threats of physical violence and nuisance litigation (accompanied by veiled threats of violence in the court house) towards this fictional character, whom I love, so I made this video with Tiessen's "greatest hits."
In one of these threat-laden pedo-accusation videos targeting Kilgore Trout, Tiessen received news of his uncle's death. His telephone ringer was a police siren, and after a short eulogy, he returned to the overt threats and Kilgore Trout pedophilia-talk.
John Tiessen worshipped Barrett Brown and emulated his bathtub tinychat wine session, substituting a glass of orange juice for Brown's red wine. Immediately following the arrest of Barrett Brown, Tiessen threatened the CIA, FBI, and DHS in a sweeping rebuke of authorities who are all afraid of the "big ol' surprise [he] got waitin' for ye." Brown was arrested for threatening an FBI agent's children on September 11th.
The Anti-Leader's handbook is a satirical work of fiction I authored parodying the type of people who like to preach to Anonymous.
I've received a lot of strange responses to this work, some more horrifying than others, but John Tiessen's psychosis was definitely the most chilling. I made an agreement with John to end these kinds of activities, and months later he posted a defamatory comment to this glorious and infallible publication attacking the ethical hacking professor Sam Bowne--recently interviewed by my co-editor-in-chief Tyler Bass--with pedophilia accusations, simply because he disagreed with Bowne's logical, cool-headed critique of Anonymous.
John Tiessen rose to fame within Anonymous by slandering the conservative ex-military hacker th3j35t3r, a "patriot" who temporarily shuts down Jihadist forums.
The Anti-Leader's handbook can ONLY be found hosted on the gloriously advanced quantum servers in The Extant Soviet Union of Remnant States (ESURS).