Sunday, 2 April 2017
Matthew Johnson Goes Full Idiot
When it comes to the bullshit that "Doctor" Matthew Johnson spews out of his condescending piehole, I tend to ignore it because, well, it's bullshit. His claims of Bigfoot interactions (without any sort of verifiable evidence) is bullshit. Empty dog dishes are just empty dog dishes.
His claims of portals, mindspeak and healing are bullshit. He has not provided anything to support such outrageous blabberings, so Ignored that as well.
I have done my best to ignore this con man. I even ignored the fact that he managed to pen a book. I wonder how many pages can be coloured. Are crayons included? Connect the dots to make a Bigfoot?
Then the ego maniac had to make a video telling people why his book costs so much and why it costs so much to ship. Maybe not all of his drooling groupies are gullible rubes after all.
So what made me dust off this blog? Matthew Johnson went over the line.....WAY over the line.
This douchebag is allegedly a trained professional but he has the sheer stupidity to post this in his group:
To some of you, this might be funny. You might be wondering why this bothers me. I will tell you why it bothers me. I once knew someone who was a really cool guy. He always had a smile on his face and he was always making jokes and cracking me up. One day his sister called me to tell me he committed suicide. I was shocked to say the least. This poor guy suffered from mental illness and he couldn't cope with it any longer so he took his life.
Years ago I had another friend. She used to cut my hair. We partied together, she dragged me out to poker runs with her boyfriend and we just had a ton of fun. She was a wild woman, the life of the party....until she blew her brains out one night. She also suffered from mental illness.
I have a very thick skin, maybe it's too thick. Not much of anything really bothers me...unless you lie about me and make up a bunch of bullshit and spread it around for your own selfish needs like needing to be the center of attention and other such ego stroking bullshit.
Matthew Johnson, with his poorly thought out meme is making it seem like it's okay to hear voices in your head. It absolves the individual of acknowledging they may have a mental problem. Hearing voices in your head? Pffft! It's only Bigfoot. Right?
I am by no means a trained professional but I am not alone in thinking that Matthew Johnson crossed that line between asshole and downright ignorant bag of shit.
Let's put that in to perspective. Matthew Johnson's Team Squatchin USA page has 8,057 members. If we assume all of the members are American, which they are not, roughly 1,600 of those members suffer from some form of mental illness. SIXTEEN HUNDRED!! In ONE Facebook group.
Not only is Johnson an underhanded douchebag who uses his credentials to manipulate and sucker in people, he uses his position of authority to take advantage of those he claims to champion through his work as a quack....I mean psychologist. This is utterly reprehensible.
"Doctor" Matthew Johnson needs to have his accreditation reviewed immediately and in my opinion, he should be stripped of any credentials he possesses. He is a buffoon, an ignorant fuck, a lying douchebag and a snake oil salesman. Those are my opinions. He is a worthless sack of shit and an egomaniac. Maybe he didn't get enough hugs as a child.
Bigfootland is full of useless peacocks but this one is dangerous to those who suffer from different forms of mental illness. Claiming Bigfoot can physically heal humans is one things, and reprehensible on its own merits but suggesting that hearing voices is somehow normal is absolutely disgusting and in bad form. Had it been any other dipshit spouting this shit, I may have let it slide but because Johnson is a doctor, I give him no quarter.
Matthew Johnson needs to be shunned from the Bigfoot community, his YouTube channel should be pulled and people need to stop enabling his behavior.
People need to start reporting him to the proper authorities before the Kool-Aid man cometh.
The above photo is of my tattoo. I take the subject of mental illness seriously.