I had removed myself from this conversation, but, having seen first-hand the chilling effects of baseless screams of "defamation"
> You and your cohorts from the UK will be subjected to a defamation lawsuit if you keep it up.
Just to save you the filing fees - what Zenaan posted is not actionable under defamation laws. He's mocked you, but has made no substantive claims about your character. You cannot claim defamation when no references to your character/behaviour have been made. "Condescending B.S." does not fall within the realms of defamation (though a conversation starting that way could wander into the correct territory I guess).
IANAL so I've no idea if calling you a tin-hatter would be actionable, but I would hazard a guess that it doesn't meet the bar, and if it did you'd be facing an uphill struggle.
As one way to defend against defamation is to prove the statements were an honest opinion, the defendant(s) would need to convince the court that what you're claiming falls within the realm of unfounded conspiracy. More so, they'd have to do it based only on the 'evidence' you've provided in this thread.
Nothing's certain when you're relying on a court to make a decision, but given that the claimant's route to defeating such a defence is to show that the defendant didn't actually hold that 'opinion' I'd say your odds of success are low.
Some of the claims you've made against others elsewhere in the thread(s) could potentially be actionable though, so depending on who you target, you might find some interesting counter-claims.
Or, you know, if you're actually after a serious conversation, you could have one, as long as you stop expecting everyone to interpret your 'evidence' in exactly the same way that you do.