The Green Man came to the attention of the Christian-Atheist Blogging world through his posts on the site 'Discomfiting Christianity'. Normally short, his posts consisted of threats, general or specific, that vengeance would fall on some of those associated with that site.
Now the site has gone, ostensibly due to the threat of legal action from a former pastor and now atheist propagandist called John W. Loftus. A foul and libellous statement was made against him, leading him to act. In response, the Discomfiter declared he was suspending the site. Thus far the official story.
In reality, the man calling himself the Discomfiter was in reality the most monstrous and cunning villain! His real name was Felipe Raoul, and he had been running Cocaine out of Columbia for many years. After repeated failures of communication damaged his organisation, Raoul decided to use the internet. Using a public forum, he intended to send coded messages to his organisation in the United States. He settled on a site that would pretend to be attacking Christianity in order to generate the maximum traffic. As he himself had not attended a church from the age of ten, he was unable to make a very good argument. But that was enough. 'Deconversions' would mean shipments had arrived at the destination, while 'conversions' would mean emergencies. Assured that his foul deeds would remain secret, Raoul put up his first post, announcing the arrival of a shipment of cocaine worth seven million dollars. The cocaine was delivered, and was soon on the steets of America's cities.
So far, Raoul was laughing, unaware that his plans would attract the vengeance of the Green Man.