Just to play devil's advocate for a moment, I should point out that Loveshade does try to intertwine his beliefs with Discordianism, they aren't simply "surplus opinions a discordian has". So, there might be merit in his being interviewed with everyone else, out of a sense of completeness.
If I were to watch a documentary, or read a book, on Christianity I would want to now about Fred Phelps too.
There, I said it... Loveshade, the Fred Phelps of Discordia.
I have no objection to him being interviewed.
I simply won't be involved. At all.
Yeah, I feel like I'm being yelled at because I'm not playing and they want me to play.
As far as a documentary on Discordia, is this a documentary? Or a series of interviews, which is less like a documentary and more like a collaboration? Will Clutterbuck be including his own analysis of the situation? It appeared to me to be more like a "Discordians, in their own words" kind of project, and less of a "glimpse into modern Discordianism" kind of project, but either way, I don't have
to choose to have my words appear alongside those of a hebephile, and there's no compelling reason for me to do so.