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Matthew J. Garrett, the Serial Liar Who Keeps Abusing Me Online

posted by Rianne Schestowitz on Aug 27, 2023,
updated Aug 27, 2023

Hello, folks! I am back and we are already in the fourth part of this blog posts' series. To those who are merely catching up, please have the pleasure of reading previous parts (blog post number one and number two), or at least the last article (my third blog post). The last one was the "real deal" as it was hitting the nerves of the skunky, perverse, antisemitic, lunatic, "gas the jews" DrAxe Matthew J. Garrett (the adjectives attached to the name are growing and gradually getting longer so as to remind readers and the general public how horrible and evil a person DrKnife Matthew J. Garrett really is).

This blog post will be relatively short and go straight to the point because the serial defamafer and serial liar got busted once again. As the saying goes, "the fall of a man is woman". Yes, DrAxe Matthew J. Garrett, a.k.a elusive_woman, from your very own stinky smelly big mouth (brushing your teeth from the rusty faucet... yuck) talking as a first person:

Offensive messages from Matthew J. Garrett

People, please pay close attention to the last two lines (it is very crucial to read it many times... if possible). "elusive_woman" says "Talking about the Microsoft stabber and making fun of him for having a mental illness". Then "elusive_woman" again: "Same thing you accused me of doing..."

Hello there, "gas the jews" DrKnife Matthew J. Garrett, are you referring to your Debian stabbing drama. Because you're unmasking "elusive_woman"; you are giving yourself away again. The first was this:

Offensive messages from Matthew J. Garrett

So "mjg59" (DrAxe Matthew J. Garrett) and "elusive_woman" are dropping from IRC at the same time (nobody else did in the whole network!). What are you gonna do now, huh, scumbag? Planning to send emails or post to Roy Schestowitz's address a bunch of a lies, just to deny the facts? Messages just like these:

Offensive messages from Matthew J. Garrett

Offensive messages from Matthew J. Garrett

Even letters in the post:

Offensive messages from Matthew J. Garrett

Oh, wow!

How will I know if you were lying again? You can possibly hold a laptop inside the classroom while saying to students, "excuse me, class, I have to troll the Techrights IRC channel, this is so important to me... BIAB..."

What a clever tactic you have there. I am also aware that you have been spending over a decade or 12 years on this - fabricating one accusation after another, defaming peers with a persistent theme involving antagonising LGBTQ and feminist communities with polarising, accusatory rhetoric. "gas the jews" DrKnife Matthew J. Garrett is part of a growing community of non-contributing toxic FOSS participants who only seem to exist in those communities to attack people of a specific demographic while working against FOSS interests in all their professional endeavors. Therefore you have all the confidence behind creating and using sockpuppets, and for those who aren't aware, the partner of DrAxe Matthew J. Garrett (Isis) is working on the TOR project and they're of the same theme. The methods of "gas the jews" DrKnife Matthew J. Garrett and his partner were also used when Isis made false accusations against someone else of that same demographic. "kill the jews" DrAxe Matthew J. Garrett is using these communities as shields against the consequences of his persistently unethical behaviour. This guy is a defect in FOSS and people need to know that his NPD (Narcissistic personality disorder) will damage anyone around him if it suits his interests. In short, the analogy is like this:

It's more like "I'm married to a trans person, so I think I have this magic card I can play where I accuse anyone who notices my horrendously shitty and documented damaging actions a transphobe."

So dear readers, if you are looking for false things DrKnife Matthew J. Garrett said about people, most of the ones are captured here.

By the way, I also make and take a note of your apes - good riddance as they ran away and are no longer in the Techrights IRC channel. They are toxic just like you and they smell like you... skunky. They are saving their ass and are scared that the puppetmaster "gas the jews" DrAxe Matthew J. Garrett is becoming a liability and may soon be going to prison. The fall of a man (DrKnife Matthew J. Garrett) is woman (Rianne Schestowitz). You are having "emotional rollercoaster" (your own words this week) and are outraged by a woman like me while you never stop provoking, shaming and even calling me "slut":

Offensive messages from Matthew J. Garrett

Offensive messages from Matthew J. Garrett

Well, I am the "slut" you called that won't suck your dirty, skunky and needle-sized dick. You dickhead - "elusive_woman" speaks Irish just like you:

Offensive messages from Matthew J. Garrett

Offensive messages from Matthew J. Garrett

Elusive_woman is so defensive of Ireland when provoke and the puppetmaster ("kill the jews" DrKnife Matthew J. Garrett) came to the rescue. The lunatic at its best:

Offensive messages from Matthew J. Garrett

Me: Honestly, if I had spent that much time in my life lying about people publicly knowing that those people remember me for lying about them, I don't know if I could continue to live without changing my name to go live in a very quiet place without Internet and faking my death... knowing that those people remember me for the lies and defamation.

Death means for "gas the jews" DrAxe Matthew J. Garrett to "transition". It's the great escape -- an escape from all the scandals (defamation) or the evil deeds he has committed. Matt, how did you get that scarred, fractured, damaged brain? Is that inborn? or is it from the cocaine addiction combining with hormonal transition pills you are taking? If Isis is truly sincere and actually loves you, your partner could have advised you not to mix crack-cocaine and maybe heroin with your hormonal transition pills, it's just too much and that puts you in a beastial mood, now see the result? You are breaking apart... you are losing your sanity (insanity is your new normal) and soon you will be gone, but not forgotten because you are a serial defamer. When you arrive in the UK don't forget to visit Kent. Just remember the address from which you sent the post and please don't forget to have a good warm shower, as the water in the cabin is not clean it's running from a filthy pipe where the poo and pee of the rats get stuck... yuckyyy. I hope you didn't drink the water from the rusty pipe, otherwise you may need to get tetanus shots (huh, another needle!)... endless needles. Adiós a migos... see you on my next blog post.

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