Recently we ran across the following quote from David Wong, the executive editor of Cracked, an online humour magazine:
If you can convince a human that their sadism serves righteousness, you’ve combined the two biggest highs a human brain can manufacture.It’s the same stew that fuels every hate movement in history.Cruelty is incredibly addictive, and if you can convince someone their cruelty is saving the world, it’s like telling a crack addict that the more crack they smoke, the more lives they’ll save. All societal boundaries that were keeping the addiction in check vanish, replaced by a chorus of voices telling them that the high they’re feeling is the sign that they’ve done something right.
Not really very funny, but it certainly resonated this morning, when we saw that Sabine had posted yet another hate-filled, self-righteous blog post, featuring the typically implausible claim that the “Temple of Baal (is) to open in Times Sq and Trafalgar Sq on April 19”.
Sabine learned this from this fellow, who looks like a completely credible source of information to us:
Apparently the Temple of Baal is actually a replica of the original, destroyed by ISIS, and is meant to draw attention to UN World Heritage Week (now, if that’s not an Illuminati plot, we don’t know what is!)(oh, wait, they really believe it is. Forget previous parenthetical remark, please).
Of course, to Sabine and her gang of nutters, this obviously means that child sacrifices are about to take place right out there in public, despite a complete lack of evidence that any such thing ever took place at the real Temple of Baal.
Anyhoo…back to Sabine’s blog.
Aside from the usual shrieking histrionics about making sodomy legal (hint: it already is legal, and has been for years) and making baby-killing ‘lawful’ (another hateful Sabine lie), we’re concerned that once again, Sabine seems to be targeting the children and parents at Christ Church School. In the context of this post, she once again seems to be hinting at vigilantism (“…unless ‘we’ do ‘something’…), and as we know, there are enough remaining Hoaxtead supporters to take her up on this suggestion.
As Mr Wong says in the quote above, “If you can convince someone their cruelty is saving the world, it’s like telling a crack addict that the more crack they smoke, the more lives they’ll save”.
We’ve seen this idea in action for more than a year now, and while Hoaxtead is showing some signs of abating, that’s not much consolation to the parents who’ve been maliciously accused of horrific crimes, or their children, whose lives will be affected as long as people like Sabine continue to dredge their names up online again and again.
At what point, we wonder, will the police and CPS take action against those who perpetuate this kind of malicious communication? The teachers, parents, and children of Hampstead are waiting.
[Please note: While we have decided to refrain from further commentary on Sabine and Neelu’s 8 April court date, at which they’ll face charges of witness intimidation, we feel this article has no bearing on that case, and as such, is an appropriate subject for comment.]