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The claim alleges a libelous statement but does not link to it or provide actual text. This is what I know: Oliver Smith has many times claimed to be an anti-natalist. As well, twice, accounts that appeared to be him sent me links to a video where a person makes an anti-natalist argument, to a mother with a child, that she should kill her child. I may have mentioned this somewhere.

What that actually shows is trolling. Oliver has many times attacked me for having children, calling it "disgusting." However, I would not translate this to "child murder supporter," and I have no evidence for that.

This translation of an inference into an alleged fact is common for Oliver Smith, such as his conversion of Emil Kirkegaard's thought-experiment into "child rape apologist" (sex with a sleeping child) when, in fact, Kirkegaard rejected the idea completely. But because someone reading the blog as archived by Smith would see the idea first, he was able to use that to convince many people that Kirkegaard was completely disgusting. There is evidence that he induced reporters to use that "fact," and then the RatWiki article, in turn, relies more prominently on those "reliable sources."