It is typical of malignant narcissists to play a warped game of tit-for-tat. When those around him talk about something else, he cries, ‘What about me?’ When they try to point out his own antisocial behaviour, he points an accusing finger and snarls, ‘What about her?’
Such is the course of Robin Edgar. When asked if he would pleadge not to use physical violence against Unitarian Universalists, he not only refuses to give a straightforward answer, but once again picks on somebody else. In this case, it is Reverend Victoria Weinstein.
Again, he harps on a post she made, and later deleted. Mister Edgar, you are the one obsessed with anal impalements, not to mention connecting so many other things with the human rectum. Reverend Weinstein has moved on, and you are still unable to.
He also repeats his diatribe about an incident remarked about in 2005. We also commented on this ten months ago, and we made it clear that we did not condone such behaviour. Not enough for Robin Edgar, because when confronted with his own irrational and spiteful antics, he needs somebody else to point to as a distraction. ‘What about her?’
If that were not enough, he accuses unnamed members of the Montreal church of physically assaulting him. Really, sir? Then why no mention of any criminal complaints filed by you against these individuals? Where is your evidence? Where are your witnesses?
But let us return to the point, Mister Edgar – your behaviour. You have been harassing, attacking, stalking, insulting, offending and generally acting like that part of the human anatomy you so love to point out, for almost two decades now. You have widened your circle of targets, spewing venom and bile at any and all UUs who refuse to join your endless crusade. Like other obsessed stalkers before you who have done likewise, either at the lady who spurned them, or the employer who fired or refused to hire them, yours is a clear pattern of escalation.
First you expect to trust that you will not be violent because you have not yet been violent. Again, let’s point out the danger of escalation, where the offending behaviour only gets worse and worse as the obsessed stalker decides he has to ‘take it up a notch’ to get what he wants (and, in his warped view of things, somehow deserves). During the time you were a member of the Montreal church, you were asked to abide by certain covenants, and then violated those covenants. So how can you be trusted now?
Worse yet, Robin Edgar claims the right to what he calls ‘legitimate self-defense.’ Well, we have seen what he considers to be ‘legitmate’ in terms of grievances and complaints – simply another excuse for him to pick a fight, denigrate somebody else, and draw attention to himself. We would hate to see what somebody so self-centered would regard as ‘self-defense.’
We would hate to see the Montreal church needing to become a fortress. But it is clear that Robin Edgar cannot be trusted to remain nonviolent, considering the violence of the words and imagery he chooses to use, and the examples he cites (exaggerated and distorted as they are) to rationalize and justify his already outrageous behaviour.
Members and friends of the Unitarian Church of Montreal – please be careful! The potential danger of this man should not be underestimated. Do whatever you can within the bounds of law and reason to keep Robin Edgar at bay.