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Title: Christina Papadopoulos
Post by: Arctic Dude on August 05, 2012, 08:45:23 PM
As someone who worked with Christina for a few years, and subsequently dated her for awhile (prior to her hooking up with Captain Narcissistic), I find it very unlikely that she is the mastermind behind the rubbish of FDR.  I found her to be a very loving woman, but perhaps too eager to surrender herself to please others.  As a fellow member of the College of Psychologists of Ontario, and as a former lover, I follow her travails with much interest and pain.  The woman I knew certainly deserved a better fate.   
Title: Re: Christina Papadopoulos
Post by: Hajnal on August 05, 2012, 09:04:27 PM
Wow, you know her? I can't believe it :o My jaw's on the floor o_o

Welcome. :)

And: Aw. :(
Title: Re: Christina Papadopoulos
Post by: virginia on August 06, 2012, 04:14:40 AM
Thanks for sharing Arctic Dude.
2 things from me. Having met Stef and Christina in real life I would tend to agree with you that Christina has little to do with starting FDR or anything that goes into it and she did seem eager to please Stef or support him with whatever he was saying (although most of the time she was just hanging out not really saying much at all). Also I believe that Stef used her as a basis for validating his own views on psychology, which is fairly corrupt IMO. Early on he was basically saying, look my wife has these views or agrees with these views and what not therefore they are true b/c she's a psychologist.
Title: Re: Christina Papadopoulos
Post by: Conrad on August 06, 2012, 10:33:38 AM
As someone who worked with Christina for a few years, and subsequently dated her for awhile (prior to her hooking up with Captain Narcissistic), I find it very unlikely that she is the mastermind behind the rubbish of FDR.  I found her to be a very loving woman, but perhaps too eager to surrender herself to please others.  As a fellow member of the College of Psychologists of Ontario, and as a former lover, I follow her travails with much interest and pain.  The woman I knew certainly deserved a better fate.
Interesting, but I hope you are not going to publish any personal information about her.
Title: Re: Christina Papadopoulos
Post by: Prodigal son on August 06, 2012, 11:28:02 AM
In some ways I think she is more responsible than her husband because, as stated by Virginia, her qualification lent the all-important veneer of credibility to his histrionics and it was her input that led to his lucrative "intuition" some years ago. She could have opposed him and explained why he was going off the rails (her training surely informs her of this), but she did not - instead, she actively encouraged him. I don't think she gets a free pass. She had plenty of reasons for hooking up with SM - wealthy, charismatic, athletic etc. I'm not a fan of the absolutory idea that she, and other dissemblers or even evil doers, are just trying to "please others".
Title: Re: Christina Papadopoulos
Post by: Elucidated on August 06, 2012, 02:10:49 PM
Hey Arctic Dude, I hope you will sign up as a member here.
Title: Re: Christina Papadopoulos
Post by: Cindy on August 17, 2012, 10:28:44 PM
As someone who worked with Christina for a few years, and subsequently dated her for awhile (prior to her hooking up with Captain Narcissistic), I find it very unlikely that she is the mastermind behind the rubbish of FDR.  I found her to be a very loving woman, but perhaps too eager to surrender herself to please others.  As a fellow member of the College of Psychologists of Ontario, and as a former lover, I follow her travails with much interest and pain.  The woman I knew certainly deserved a better fate.   
I agree with you in that I don't believe she is the 'mastermind' behind the fdr rubbish.  I consider her one of two of stef's most tragic victims, Izzy being the other.

As a fellow member of the College of Psychologists of Ontario, can you enlighten us as to why her public complaint is taking so long to resolve?
Title: Re: Christina Papadopoulos
Post by: Arctic Dude on August 20, 2012, 02:10:18 PM
As someone who worked with Christina for a few years, and subsequently dated her for awhile (prior to her hooking up with Captain Narcissistic), I find it very unlikely that she is the mastermind behind the rubbish of FDR.  I found her to be a very loving woman, but perhaps too eager to surrender herself to please others.  As a fellow member of the College of Psychologists of Ontario, and as a former lover, I follow her travails with much interest and pain.  The woman I knew certainly deserved a better fate.   
I agree with you in that I don't believe she is the 'mastermind' behind the fdr rubbish.  I consider her one of two of stef's most tragic victims, Izzy being the other.

As a fellow member of the College of Psychologists of Ontario, can you enlighten us as to why her public complaint is taking so long to resolve?

I know that the complaints process takes a very long time.  I suppose it is necessary to give both sides the opportunity to present the necessary information, which can often take some time.  If one's professional life is at stake, they should have the time and opportunity to adequately defend themself.  I don't have any specific information re: her case.  I have no contact with her, and have not had contact with her for years.  I'm just sad to see that she jeopardized her professional life for this clown.
Title: Re: Christina Papadopoulos
Post by: joseph the libertarian on October 19, 2012, 01:08:21 PM
As someone who worked with Christina for a few years, and subsequently dated her for awhile (prior to her hooking up with Captain Narcissistic), I find it very unlikely that she is the mastermind behind the rubbish of FDR.  I found her to be a very loving woman, but perhaps too eager to surrender herself to please others.  As a fellow member of the College of Psychologists of Ontario, and as a former lover, I follow her travails with much interest and pain.  The woman I knew certainly deserved a better fate.

You're stalking her?
Title: Re: Christina Papadopoulos
Post by: Arctic Dude on October 26, 2012, 12:43:15 PM
If logging onto my college's website every once in awhile is "stalking", then I guess I am guilty as charged.    :o
Title: Re: Christina Papadopoulos
Post by: Patience on October 26, 2012, 08:36:42 PM
If logging onto my college's website every once in awhile is "stalking", then I guess I am guilty as charged.    :o

Hi Arctic, have you noticed this on your college's website?
http://www.cpo.on.ca/members-of-the-public/index.aspx?id=3238 (http://www.cpo.on.ca/members-of-the-public/index.aspx?id=3238)
I was wondering if you are planning to attend the hearing.  If so, I'd be very interested to hear about it.

Title: Re: Christina Papadopoulos
Post by: Hajnal on October 26, 2012, 11:36:38 PM
Awwww man. Shit's gonna hit the fan. I didn't realize it was happening already.
Title: Re: Christina Papadopoulos
Post by: Arctic Dude on October 31, 2012, 03:33:22 PM
If logging onto my college's website every once in awhile is "stalking", then I guess I am guilty as charged.    :o

Hi Arctic, have you noticed this on your college's website?
[url]http://www.cpo.on.ca/members-of-the-public/index.aspx?id=3238[/url] ([url]http://www.cpo.on.ca/members-of-the-public/index.aspx?id=3238[/url])
I was wondering if you are planning to attend the hearing.  If so, I'd be very interested to hear about it.


Unfortunately, I live very far away from there (900 miles) and was not able to attend.  I am awaiting the College's decision with great anticipation.  I'm not sure how long they will take to post the outcome of that meeting, nor do I know if anyone who attended will post the outcome via some other forum.   
Title: Re: Christina Papadopoulos
Post by: QuestEon on October 31, 2012, 03:38:03 PM
Unfortunately, I live very far away from there (900 miles) and was not able to attend.  I am awaiting the College's decision with great anticipation.  I'm not sure how long they will take to post the outcome of that meeting, nor do I know if anyone who attended will post the outcome via some other forum.

Already posted.

Christina Papadopoulos found guilty of professional misconduct (http://www.fdrliberated.com/forum/index.php?topic=269.0)

I should have more details tomorrow...
Title: Re: Christina Papadopoulos
Post by: Elvis_left_the_building on January 05, 2015, 05:33:23 PM
Looks like he does not need her for his ostensible credibility anyway. :D https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1lQSL9a2eic#t=215 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1lQSL9a2eic#t=215)

Whoever set up [admin:  link removed.] did a great service to the lazy people by providing all "Ask a therapist podcasts." I assume the Panama connection. ;)
Title: Re: Christina Papadopoulos
Post by: Elvis_left_the_building on January 05, 2015, 06:32:43 PM
Looks like he does not need her for his ostensible credibility anyway. :D https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1lQSL9a2eic#t=215 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1lQSL9a2eic#t=215)

Whoever set up [admin:  link removed.] did a great service to the lazy people by providing all "Ask a therapist podcasts." I assume the Panama connection. ;)

That looks like it was the other channel the was DMCA'ed resurrecting itself yet again.  It's probably best to stay away from that person and his slander.  He's definitely not respectful, and doesn't seem to be playing with a full deck.

Yeah, there is a little problem with that.  :-[ Better hope he got your address wrong. :(
Title: Re: Christina Papadopoulos
Post by: Weston Dupree on January 05, 2015, 06:35:49 PM
For what it's worth, I guess the DMCA filed against Damon is actually a legitimate one since just posting full podcasts without commentary is not protected under fair use.
Title: Re: Christina Papadopoulos
Post by: Elvis_left_the_building on January 06, 2015, 07:25:12 AM
For what it's worth, I guess the DMCA filed against Damon is actually a legitimate one since just posting full podcasts without commentary is not protected under fair use.
It is not about the DMCA but about hypocrisy. If you oppose IP and the state for their illegitimacy, it is hypocrisy to file a DMCA complaint when there is a flagging system of a private company.  :)
Title: Re: Christina Papadopoulos
Post by: Weston Dupree on January 06, 2015, 08:33:04 AM
For what it's worth, I guess the DMCA filed against Damon is actually a legitimate one since just posting full podcasts without commentary is not protected under fair use.
It is not about the DMCA but about hypocrisy. If you oppose IP and the state for their illegitimacy, it is hypocrisy to file a DMCA complaint when there is a flagging system of a private company.  :)

Yeah, I agree. I was just pointing out that it was legitimate in a legal sense.
Title: Re: Christina Papadopoulos
Post by: marly qq on January 06, 2015, 12:09:30 PM
For what it's worth, I guess the DMCA filed against Damon is actually a legitimate one since just posting full podcasts without commentary is not protected under fair use.
It is not about the DMCA but about hypocrisy. If you oppose IP and the state for their illegitimacy, it is hypocrisy to file a DMCA complaint when there is a flagging system of a private company.  :)

Yeah, I agree. I was just pointing out that it was legitimate in a legal sense.

Well, using dmca under false pretenses probably may not make it so legitmate, legally (im nor sure though). Dmcas are for issues of copyright and molyneux admitted his filing "had nothing to do with copyright".
Title: Re: Christina Papadopoulos
Post by: Arthur on May 04, 2015, 02:58:13 PM
I have also posted about this podcast at molyneauxrevealed.  Primay thing I noticed is that it is 100% about Moly.  How does your unwillingness to participate affect "me"?  How does your lack of belief in me affect me?  A wonderful display of narcissism by a narcissist incarnate.