Running a successful hoax can be hard work.
For one thing, a convincing hoax requires that everyone involved keep track of the lies that are told. This is a trick that Abrella, Belinda, and Sabine have had trouble pulling off, and at times it has made for amusing viewing.
Abe and Ella, in particular, seem to lack the mental discipline required to remember what they’ve said and who they’ve said it to. In this video, forwarded to us by a long-time reader, have a listen as Ella tells Alfred Lambremont Webre that before Hoaxtead, she’d barely even heard of paedophilia, let along cult sexual abuse.
She speaks of her older son having had no such problems…
…but in the next interview, with Angela Power-Disney, Ella describes how her older son and his father are definitely cult members. Oh yes, absolutely. No doubt about it.
And yet in still another interview, again with Angie, Ella talks about how the children are desperate to return home to see their big brother.
So which is it, Ella?
Oddly enough, in the Jean-Clement recording that Abrella released last month, Abe is quite adamant:
At about 6 minutes in, the children claim that Ella’s older son is not only a cult member, but ‘does sex to them’. According to Abe, “all three children are involved in this cult”.
Okay, that’s it. We give up.
Either Abrella’s brains are so baked that they can’t decide whether her eldest son is a cult member and/or victim or not, or they can’t remember which is the official story, or they just cannot be arsed to keep their stories clear.
After all, what does it matter to Ella whether her oldest child is a ‘cult’ member? He’s too old to be of any use to her, hoax-wise.
Frankly, if we were trying to support this pair of buffoons, we’d be feeling very let down by their inability to get some of the most basic details right. At the very least, we’d feel that our intelligence was being gravely insulted.