Here at Team Hoaxtead Research, we’ve been speculating for some time about Abe and Ella’s agenda in continuing to push the Hampstead hoax on anyone gullible or desperate enough to swallow it.
Sure, there’s the obvious: Ella being so filled with rage with RD for daring to dump her that she wants to destroy him completely; Abe being a rather unsuccessful career criminal with a bent towards fraud, counterfeiting, and violence, and an interest in Aleister Crowley-style occultism; and the pair of them seeing the chance to meld their interests and use the children as innocent pawns in their disgusting game.
But the lengths to which they’ve gone seem extreme, even for people as pathologically narcissistic as Abrella.
Lately, though, they’ve begun to drop more hints about what’s really driving them. One of our team has been keeping an eye on their new website, and has brought back some very interesting reports that start to clarify Abrella’s true agenda.
For starters, they’re using pictures of RD’s children to sweeten their begging bowl:
Yes, ladies and gents, for a mere £20, you can have either one of these fashion-forward t-shirts or one of these delightful tea/coffee/juice mugs, emblazoned with pictures of RD’s children’s scarred and bruised faces. Because nothing says “I am a half-witted fantasist with money to burn” like sporting a cheap souvenir plastered with illegally shared images.
Ah, there we are. Agenda time.
If you’ve been following this hoax for any length of time, you’ll have been unable to avoid the underlying theme of hemp, which Abe touts as the ‘perfect food’ for all humans. As you’ll recall, he forced the children to call him ‘Papa Hemp’; he and Ella fed them hemp in sufficient quantities that THC, the active component of cannabis, was found in their hair samples; and he ranted on his old blog, as well as on YouTube, about hemp being a vegan substitute for blood transfusions (complete hogwash, of course).
In a comment on the Twice-baked in Washington blog, Abe talks about hemp:
By all estimations, Abe wrote this before he’d met RD’s children and felt an ‘attraction’ to them.
If you click through to the blog in question, and click on Abe’s name, you’ll find that he made this post using the email address from his previous get-rich-quick scheme, ‘Cash Money 4 Silver’ (now defunct). That one went bust, so clearly he was looking for another business venture.
Here’s another snippet from Abrella’s new blog:
Leaving aside Ella’s ludicrous ‘face yoga technique’ and the horrifying thought of her teaching spiritual practices to anyone, have a look at what Abe is claiming:
Pioneering nutritional researcher and practioner specialising in Hempseed nutrition, with more than 20 years experience.
Translation: has been a stoner for many years.
Abraham was awarded an Honorary Doctorate in 2013 for his work.
No, he wasn’t. Honorary doctorates aren’t given for academic or scientific work; they are, as the name implies, merely honorary. For more information on Abe’s very dodgy educational history, you can check this post. Suffice to say, he is, as usual, lying.
But he’s lying for a very specific reason.
Before he met Ella and the children, Abe had begun drawing some strange conclusions about hemp and its powers. His belief that hemp could be used as a blood substitute melded with his belief that hemp could be used to ‘cure’ those who practice ‘satanic ritual abuse’…and lo and behold, as luck would have it, he came upon two children who he decided had been victims (and early, unwilling practitioners) of…you guessed it! The very practice for which he just so happened to have the perfect remedy! Phwoar…that doesn’t happen often, now does it?
Later, of course, when the SRA thing started to lose traction, Abrella switched over to believing that the children had been victims of state-sponsored trauma-based mind control.
But guess what? Hemp also happens to be the perfect cure for that, as “cannabis/hemp/marijuana deletes and prevents mind control”! Amazing, right?
Now, Abe claims to have been supported in his hemp work by none other than nutrition guru David “Chocolate lines up planetarily with the sun” Wolfe. Wolfe espouses all manner of crackpot nutritional theories, but he is revered by many…and he makes a handy living from his various workshops, sponsored blogs, etc.
What’s this got to do with Hoaxtead?
With the advent of their new blog, Abrella have laid it all out very clearly.
Their intention now—and we would contend, their intention all along—has been to make a big name for themselves in the field of hemp as a nutritional blockbuster. Their gimmick, the tool they’ve used to create online buzz, was Hoaxtead.
If they claimed that RD’s children were victims/early practitioners of SRA, they could kill two birds with a single bullet: they’d ensure that RD never saw his children again, and they’d have the perfect case study to ‘prove’ that hemp cures SRA.
Of course, it started going pear-shaped almost from the beginning, when that pesky Jean-Clement took the children’s videos to the police, and Abe had to beetle off to Morocco to avoid getting nicked for child abuse. But if we look back over the trajectory of the hoax, it’s easy to see how Abrella tried to keep their original plan alive.
Good thing we’re all here to ensure they don’t succeed.