Talk:Vernon G. Quaintance

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Judge

Just in-case it amounts to anything later, here is another case that the Judge who let Quaintance go ruled on here.--Moredirt 08:24, 22 April 2012 (CDT)

More websites

According to a new source, these domains are among those currently registered to Vernon Quaintance:

  • 81radio.net
  • circlist.info
  • circlist.net
  • circumcisionhelpdesk.org
  • gilgalsoc.org
  • quaintance.org
  • traditionalcatholic.org.uk

VQ is the admin contact for www.circinfo.com and www.infocirc.com, domains registered by Gilgal, as well as this site, Sitefield Hosting Services:

  • www.sitefield.net

This sitefield.net is very interesting, as it is a web hosting outfit VQ likely owns. Its single page offers “affordable web & email hosting for small businesses”. Yet it supplies no info on its services, no phone number, and no street address. So it's fair to say that Sitefield is not looking for new business. The only way to contact Sitefield is a postal box... the very same postal box as the Gilgal society: http://www.gilgalsoc.org/index.html

All of the above domains are hosted on the intriguingly named server cox.sitefield.net, as well as at least two domains registered to circumciser Dr Zuhair Zarifa, the doc who circumcised Jake Waskett:

  • circumcisions.co.uk
  • opsandmeds.co.uk

Overall there are 71 websites hosted on on cox.sitefield.net; which can't be identify without forking over some cash. Some are non-circ-related, but I betcha there are more circ-related sites to be found.


--Moredirt 21:00, 22 April 2012 (CDT)

Email

To find more about Quaintance, you can Google his email address quainta...@oldpeter.agw.bt.co.uk (replace the "..." if needed, however it does show up this way on some pages).--Moredirt 00:25, 23 April 2012 (CDT)

Newgroup Dirt

In article <823091669.5...@pcvq.oldec.lon.bt.com>


Vernon Quaintance <quainta...@oldpeter.agw.bt.co.uk> wrote:

>Grace, and the rest of the anti-circumcision brigade, know they cannot win
>on medical grounds, nor by direct attack on religion, so they invent a
>'right' to an intact body and try to ram that down everyone's throat (and
>mailbox).

Ahem. As for medical grounds, most doctors would disagree with you. We are
most definitely winning on this front. [See the statement from the Canadian
Paediatric Society, appended, which still reflects their current policy.
85% of men worldwide are intact, because only in the US are "medical reasons"
still being used to justify circ.]

As for human rights: If you would like to waive your right to an
intact body, I'm willing to have somebody come over and amputate parts of
your body. Just send me your address and a photo of yourself.

g.

In article 5...@pcvq.oldec.lon.bt.com

quainta...@oldpeter.agw.bt.co.uk (Vernon Quaintance) writes:

>gra...@wolfclan.corp.sun.com says ...

>I am against it because I'm a humanist.

Well, at last we have it direct from Grace herself. She is a HUMANIST.
Now we all know that a fundamental feature of Humanism is the denial of any
sort of all powerful god (or spiritual figure) and rejection of all forms of
organised religion.

Two of the world's greatest organised religions - Judaism and Islam - both
have circumcision as a tennet of faith. Smash circumcision and you
throw both Judaism and Islam into disarray.

Grace, and the rest of the anti-circumcision brigade, know they cannot win
on medical grounds,

nor by direct attack on religion, so they invent a
'right' to an intact body and try to ram that down everyone's throat (and
mailbox).

More

More here.

Chris Wilshire

Look this guy up. He may be another pedophile in the same ring with Quaintance.--Moredirt 22:43, 22 April 2012 (CDT)

I was unable to find anything. However, we do know that Jake Waskett and Brian Morris are in the same pedophile circumsexual ring with Quaintance. Their rings are of various circumfetish groups.--Moredirt 00:03, 23 April 2012 (CDT)

Poetry

Check citation.--Moredirt 06:54, 23 April 2012 (CDT)

In The News Again

Katholische Nachrichten (extremist site?)

Quaintance's photos appear on this site, which a user on this forum describes as an "extremist site".

--Moredirt 11:35, 14 May 2012 (CDT)

More from outside sources

This forum has at least one user who's getting information from Quaintance's church; discussing the legal matter in more detail (archived PDF here). --Moredirt 11:35, 14 May 2012 (CDT)

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