I don't think he was talking about moving clocks; just a group of clocks sitting together and running at different rates. Broken clocks.
Not really "broken," because they're all still running. They're just not synchronized, that's all. Clocks can be "out of sync" for any number of reasons, including, but not limited to, the fact that they are moving at different rates of speed.
But whether or not two (or more) clocks are synchronized is an entirely different question than whether, because they are not synchronized, "time" has changed. My argument is that "time itself" has not changed at all, just because the clocks don't all display the the same amount of elapsed time during a time interval that is identical for all.
Either way, the same amount of time has passed. Time is not different for each clock. Only the clock readings (a function of their mechanical ticking rate) are different.
BTW, Popeye, I edited the post (to correct some typos) which you said did not make sense. You're right, it didn't, as originally written. Maybe you can make sense out of it now, though.
Edited by Moronium, 08 April 2019 - 08:32 PM.