We were utterly revolted by Abe’s recent allegations about Ella’s kids’ diaries today (no link, sorry, it qualifies as child porn in our book). If you haven’t already seen it, we recommend that you spare yourself: it’s basically alleged ‘excerpts’ from the Ella’s children’s diaries, in which they appear to describe their father abusing them.
Let’s just say that we can easily imagine a paedophile being extremely interested in Abe’s blog today.
The alleged diary excerpts consist of a strange mélange of extremely child-like and very adult terminology (‘pee-pee hole’ in the same sentence with ‘index finger’, for example). As we discussed it, we were reminded of the drawings of tattoos and birthmarks that Abe and Ella claim were also produced by the children (yet were somehow never given to the police as evidence).
These drawings have been shared and re-shared by Hoaxtead hawkers, as they’re one of the only remaining bits of ‘evidence’ that even remotely support the idea that north London has been taken over by ‘satanic death cultists’. But when we look at them, a few things just don’t add up:
Kids don’t draw like that.
Anyone who knows anything about children will tell you that their drawing skills are pretty primitive until they reach their teen years. When they draw women, for example, they don’t include rounded hips and narrow waists.
Children’s drawings are usually much more like this:
Unlike the previous drawing, this is more of a child’s caricature. It’s almost like someone said, “Hey, why don’t you draw me the ugliest naked person you can. And don’t forget, all naked adults have pubic hair that resembles bike shorts! And they pee/poop into buckets while standing.”
But let’s go back to another version of that first drawing for a moment, shall we? Do you see those 5-pointed stars (with the giant honking arrows pointing straight at them)? (If you don’t see them, please call your doctor and schedule an eye exam ASAP.)
Well, here’s an interesting titbit: When Abe asked the little girl to draw the baby-skin shoes (remember those?), he wanted her to put 5-pointed stars on them. She wasn’t able to do it, so he obligingly drew them in for her.
And yet, somehow, she was miraculously able to reproduce perfect 5-pointed stars on the ‘tattoo drawings’! Astonishing, no?
By the way, a few questions arise about the infamous tattoo drawings, such as: why were the originals never given to the police? Was Abe afraid the police would easily detect an adult hand in the supposedly ‘original’ children’s drawings?
Sadly, Abe is just as crap at forging kiddy art as he is at forging pretend legal letters.