It would not repeat the warning for the video camera; the army of Tuzzo is too scared to do that, generally (I guess), which is the other reason I'm not afraid of a three-foot muppet or any other of their foul-smelling kind (by the way, the demon's entrance infused the air with the old familiar smell of fear, which now smells like fight to me).
Rather, as shown in this video clip (MediaFire [5.44MB]), the demon resorted to a commonly used way of threatening, which is to create an accurate and detailed illusion of the person they intend to hurt, but with evidence of how they intend to hurt them.
They have done this in mirrors and video, whereas you could see me as I am now, but modified to show the type of mortal injuries they intend to inflict.
NOTE | This was described previously in a post on this blog, but which now appears to have been erased, probably because they want no evidence of death threats issued to me (even while claiming that they don't care if people know, and that they couldn't do anything about it anyway). The opportunity was recently taken by demons through a human collaborator, who had access to my laptop for nearly eight hours yesterday, and who received instructions from a cloaked demon on what modifications to make to my laptop while on it while being secretly recorded on video (see SECRET VIDEO | Two humans work me over for payment as a job).The threat consists of two buttons at the end of a sleeve on a hanging coat that were angled toward the camera to create the shape of Scratchen's eyes; then, the demon used its innate mastery over light and shadow to create the rest of the illusions.
This is the second time a threat against Scratchen's life in this manner was caught on video (see PHOTO GALLERY | Demons re-create Scratchen's "eye" with power strip).
|Demons use illusion magic to re-create Scratchen's eye with light, shadow and a power strip|
This threat is very real, in that demons are petty cry-babies when it comes to losing, or the prospect of losing. At the merest hint that a life form lower than themselves could "get over on them," they will kill their own mothers, if that's what it took to win.
Killing Scratchen, who is a cat that is as non-threatening and inconsequential as can, is the very maneuver I'd expect from a superior race who never had to be "just happy to be nominated" or be patient or take turns or share or cooperative with others. As a consequence, they are stuck in the "terrible twos" when it comes to injured pride and challenges to their superiority, which is trumpeted by nearly every one of them at least hourly.