Dear Boudicca (real name withheld to observe her privacy)
I hope you are well. I apologise for the delay in replying to your message, but I have been away for a conference in Geneva.
I'm so sorry that your dear, old mother was upset by the conversation we had regarding Norfolk Farmvillagers. I always tell myself not to get involved, but my inner instincts always win in the end. My aim was to actually protect your mother and all those who are now playing Norfolk Farmvillagers, but I tried to cover this up by being light-hearted so that she didn't think I was being a killjoy. I have many fears regarding the Norfolk Farmvillagers "game” and the turmoil it can cause. I also use the word "game" in a very loose way. I've seen lives destroyed because of it, mine included, so I find it hard to see it as a simple "game".
Norfolk Farmvillagers has very strong links to a subversive brand of organisations across the world. Some call them "cults", but I prefer not to categories these people as it just sensationalises the issue and gives them more free publicity in the long term. These organisations don't care about you. They don't care about the millions of innocent animals, the crops you work hard to maintain, or the hardworking slaves who live in Norfolk Farmvillages. They just see this "game" as a means to control you. How many times have you arrived at your mother's house, for example, on a Sunday, expecting to have a joyous family roast, only to find your mother slumped over the computer with blood shot eyes and the food lying unprepared in the kitchen? What happens then? You end up arguing, don't you? That is what these people want. They want to drive a wedge between people and move in, to take over. You must have heard of the phrase "divide and conquer". That is precisely what they want to do.
As I mentioned earlier, I've just returned from a trip to Geneva, for a conference organised by the League Against the Religion of Norfolk Farmvillagers (L.A.R.F.). This is an organisation that has recently widened its scope to take in Norfolk Farmvillagers, but still retains the acronym LARF. At the conference we discussed how Norfolk Farmvillagers has close ties with certain sects and religious groups whose aim is to drag families apart. You may have heard of "New Age Conspiracism" and most famous of all the "New World Order". There are numerous articles you can read which are posted on the internet about the dangers of Norfolk Farmvillagers and I’ve attached one below. I'm sure you can Google others, if you wish.
or you could use its former URL (Both will find the site)
You may also have heard of David Icke and his theories about how many prominent figures in the world are actually not human at all and are actually here to take charge and enslave the human race. Members of Scientology have even started handing out Norfolk Farmvillagers software containing various cheats with their information pamphlets, in order to encourage people to take up the pastime and for members of Scientology to secure an upper hand in the game.
It is also no coincidence that 93% of all the farms in Norfolk Farmvillagers are built on the mystical geographical points known as "ley lines". These points on the earth are the pathways and cross roads for both negative and positive energy to pass.
I really don't want to patronise an intelligent woman such as yourself by lecturing you and I'm sure you can Google the subject and read about it further, should you wish. Once again, my apologies for any distress I may have caused your mother and your good self.