Female Arbitrator Blocks Mark Bernstein on Twitter … at the Suggestion of Jimmy Wales – Samuel Collingwood Smith

Mark Bernstein’s unhinged attempts to prove myself and the rest of #GamerGate right have finally reached their denouement when he spent all day hounding the female Wikipedians of the Year, accusing the Arbitration Committee of conspiring with GamerGate.


Jimmy Wales, “I recommend the Twitter block button”, Molly White (GorillaWarfare), “Done” – click for full size.

Tweet here, archive here.

The Wikipedians were remarkably patient and spoke to Mark respectfully despite his increasingly obvious departure from reality. Keilana (Emily Temple-Wood – she is open about her real name) sent him pictures of kittens in an effort to calm him down.


In an effort to calm his agitation, one of the Wikipedian of the Year kindly sent Mark Bernstein pictures of cute Kittens. Sadly she was unable to reach him. Click for full size.

I thought the kittens were a nice touch. They reminded me of the times when the internet was lolcats and cartoon desktop sheep. It reminded me of our common humanity and awakened a desire to be friends. Sadly to Mark it was yet more proof of a #GamerGate conspiracy at the highest levels of Wikipedia. I wondered who was running /r/MarkBernsteinInAction … now I know!

Obviously is the kittens owned by Emily Temple-Wood. Also explains why they did not reply to my application. Emily Temple-Wood gets much respect for this. She can send me kittens anytime.

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About Samuel Collingwood Smith

Samuel Collingwood Smith was born in the north of England, but his family moved south early in his life and spent most of his early years in Welwyn Garden City before attending Queen Mary, University of London, where he studied Economics. Smith was employed as a Labour Party fundraiser in the 2001 General Election, and as a Labour Party Organiser in the 2005 General Election. In 2005 Smith was elected as a Borough Councillor for Haldens Ward on Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council and served for 3 years until 2008. In 2009 Smith changed sides to the Conservative party citing division within Labour ranks, Labour broken promises and Conservative improvements to local services. In 2012 Smith started to study a Graduate Diploma in Law, passing in 2014. Smith then moved on to studying a Master's Degree in Law combined with an LPC, receiving an LL.M LPC (with Commendation) in January 2017. During his study, Smith assisted several individuals in high profile court cases as a McKenzie Friend - in one case being praised by Parliamentary petition for his charitable work and legal skills. Smith is also the author of this blog, Matthew Hopkins News, that deals with case law around Family and Mental Capacity issues. The blog also opposes online drama and abuse and criticises extreme-left politicians.

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