Sabine’s blogs are just so full of fail that sometimes it becomes difficult to know where to start deconstructing them.
For instance, yesterday she posted one with the catchy title, ‘Need for thorough consideration of #Satanist #ritual #abuse #SRA of children: review of court cases, police, legal procedure & meetings with victims‘.
It’s basically a rehash of a 2012 report, prepared for (surprise!) the Evangelical Christian Maranatha Community, who firmly believe that Satan is a real, physical presence on Earth, and that he must be vanquished before Christ can make his triumphant return. Cue the trumpets.
Unsurprisingly, the report’s conclusions mesh perfectly with Sabine’s own beliefs.
She knows she’s not supposed to discuss Hoaxtead, so instead she highlights the bits that she feels pertain to the case:
‘Police indifference…lack of competence…influence exercised by the abusers over some of the police….‘
Nudge, nudge, wink, wink, say no more, say no more!
And just in case you fail to take her meaning, here’s her response to a comment praising the report (and Sabine)(and presumably Jesus):
You see, this is part of what makes Sabine such a poor choice as a McKenzie friend.
She’s actually encouraging Anne to get herself into a boatload of trouble, by engaging in third-party ex parte communication with Mrs Justice Pauffley. This is a pretty big no-no under the law; it amounts to attempting to prejudice the court, and courts tend to frown on such things.
Should Sabine not be aware of this? She should. Then again, she should also be aware of the rules regarding confidentiality of court materials, but that didn’t stop her from broadcasting illegal videos and court documents across the internet. Not the brightest spark, our Sabine.
One of our readers commented to that effect:
And yet, Sabine is perfectly willing to approve comments like this:
‘[P]unished with death…tortured and burned at the stake…forever damned to hell….’
How very Christian.
Sabine’s grasp of Jesus’s message of forgiveness and love (not to mention her complete ignorance of Old Testament laws regarding marriage and sex) seems almost as shaky as her grasp of the law.