Does Belinda have a drinking problem?

Yesterday we discussed a post Belinda had published on her Knight Foundation blog. We were looking at it in terms of ‘dog-whistle’ terms (words and phrases that have one meaning for the general public, but elicit very specific reactions from the troofer audience), but we also noted that the post trailed off into strange gibberish.

Some of our commenters attempted to decipher Belinda’s odd linguistic lapse, to hilarious effect; but late yesterday, we discovered that Belinda had gone back and done some editing. In fact, the post had suddenly doubled in length.

We don’t propose to bore you with it in its entirety, although if you’re having trouble sleeping tonight you can find it here.

Meanwhile, here’s where Belinda took up from her first version. As you might recollect, we were discussing the Temple of Baal, which had either been blown up or not blown up, by ISIS or someone else, Belinda wasn’t saying:

Belinda-0 2016-04-27

Let’s take it point by point:

  1. Then it wasn’t to be installed; there’d been a world-wide protest via the alternative media against the glorification of anything to do with ancient child-sacrifice and the event had been called off“: Balderdash. Nothing of the sort happened. And it wasn’t the Temple of Baal, but another completely different monument. See #2.
  2. (W)e learned that the wretched relic was to be installed and unveiled after all“: Well, sort of. Except that it wasn’t the Temple of Baal at all, but rather Palmyra’s Arch of Triumph, an 1,800-year-old monument that was destroyed by Islamic State militants lhilast October. However, it was built in Italy and unveiled in Trafalgar Square, and yes, the regrettable Mr Johnson was involved. So…partial truth there. We suppose.
  3. The EU is a big building-block towards the New World Order“: Now hold on just a cotton-pickin’ minute here, Belinda. Is your bestie Sabine not completely enamoured of the EU Parliament, one of the few places that will let her stand up in public and spout off her poisonous rhetoric? And what about Deborah Mahmoudieh,  alleged ‘EU Law Specialist’? Wasn’t Belinda doing her level best last fall to try to make it appear that a visiting group of MEPs were somehow linked to her ‘Forced Adoptions’ event?
  4. 19 April was of course Day 1 of the 13 days leading up to the ‘fire and fertility’ occult festival of Beltane or 1st May, May-Day or in modern times Labour Day so Corbyn and the Corbynistas are not quite excluded from this occult scenario“: We went over this yesterday, but apparently Belinda wasn’t paying attention, so we’ll try again: Beltane is a festival celebrated by Celtic peoples, and while it predates Christianity, it’s nothing to do with the Temple of Baal, ancient Babylon, or modern Syria. Nice try wedging Corbyn in there, though. We’re pretty certain that he didn’t invent Beltane, May Day, or Labour Day, but we’re sure he appreciates the thought.
Belinda-2 2016-04-27.png

Why is the framing on this one crooked? We don’t know. But we’re sorry.

5. “Maggie, so long as she remains alive and frankly it’s touch and go these days”: Wow. Just…wow. If we were Maggie, we might be less than delighted to have Belinda practically burying us before we’d drawn our last. We do understand that Maggie Tuttle has been ill, but still. This might just win Belinda first prize in the Tastelessness Sweeps.

6. “Maggie live on and enjoy the kind of immortality no grVESTOINE“: Huh? We can only assume that Belinda was so overcome with grief at the impending loss of her friend that she could not help somehow inserting a strange misspelling of ‘gravestone’ into the sentence. See previous remarks re tastelessness.Belinda post-3 2016-04-27.pngYou know what? We’re not even going to bother trying to enumerate this. Just read the underlined bits and ask yourself: does this woman have a drinking problem? Or has her mind finally snapped?

We’ll let you be the judge.Belinda-bases.jpg

55 thoughts on “Does Belinda have a drinking problem?

  1. Pingback: ShevaBurton. Cross of Change Blog

  2. All i know for a fact is that Belinda does indeed drink half empty glasses of wine left in pubs by complete strangers.

    Witnessed with my own eyes.

    That’s drink problem material to me!

    Liked by 2 people

    • OMG OMG what a tidbit FA! That’s as bad as Amy Winehouse. She did things like that. Not that I condemn those that need help, and Belinda definitely needs help. Professional psychiatric help. Where is her psychiatrist-in-tow ex husband when he is really needed? He seems to be able to help when Belinda needs the odd favour, an odd letter to the court, for instance to say he needs a flat in her house for his patient, in order to help her throw some hapless tenant out onto the street. Offering a patient a flat in his ex-wife’s house is something a psychiatrist would never do in real life, as it would be crossing professional boundaries.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Far be it from me to condemn people who need help with their addictions, whatever they might be. But as you say, it seems Belinda does have access to help with her problems.

        And yes, I did wonder about the ex-husband who seemed not to understand the basic rules of boundaries in the helping professions. If indeed that is what happened–it’s entirely possible that Belinda made the whole thing up.

        Liked by 1 person

      • EC, it’s 10 p.m. over here – very early for me to hit the hay, but I have so many stressful things to tackle tomorrow I thought I’d attempt to do so anyway. Decided to heed your advice about re-reading the baaloney penned by BM as a potent soporific. It bored (and, admittedly, tickled!) me anew, yet I’m still wide awake. Anyway…just wanted to mention that she’s added to/ edited it once more, this time comparing Maggie to Robin Hood and Thomas Paine/ forecasting the darkest of futures for today’s youth in the impending absence of ‘real human beings still alive from this generation’ (I’m paraphrasing).
        Most head-scratching of all is that she STILL hasn’t deleted or ‘fixed’ the nonsensical closing sections, basically leaving them untouched on purpose. This just gets curiouser and curiouser; she truly *is* screaming out to be heard – by a psychiatrist with monk-like patience, that is!
        ~FIN~🙂

        Liked by 1 person

  3. Good grief do they really think this temple of Ball is some sort of Stargate?. The arrogance of these loonies to think a bunch of nutters on the internet can get an important historic event cancelled. If the Temple of Baal was a child sacrifice Satanic edifice ( and it’s not) why hasn’t the Devil come through it aeons ago and hanging around London these days?

    The old pisspot can’t make up her mind can she? Either the EU is a good thing or it’s a bad thing. They do realise don’t they that there are 195 countries in the world all with their own government and laws and just because they make agreements and trade pacts with each other doesn’t mean they are a One World Government quite apart from politicians being loathe to relinquish power- and that’s ALL politicians.

    And intellectually speaking :so what if the world was governed by one entity ? Countries are artificial constructs anyway. Who said they should remain as they are and why?. I don’t think this loony bunch have ever heard of China & Russia who wouldn’t join the West in a government if their life depended on it.

    Liked by 2 people

    • LOL! My first thought when I heard them spouting off about Mother Sekhmet and Baal and so on was, “Do these people think ‘Stargate SG1’ is a documentary or something?” Perhaps this is the problem. We need to clearly label television sci-fi programmes so as to avoid confusion.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Belinda has conflated several different religions and practices. The reason Wikipedia doesn’t mention child sacrifices at the Temple of Bel in Syria is that they took place at the Temple of Baal Hammon in Libya – or were alleged to by the Romans in their propaganda.
      I think the reason the triumphal arch was chosen for reconstruction was that it has been badly damaged by terrorist action, whilst the door of the Temple of Bel is still standing.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Rupert must have upset you SV – being burnt at the stake would seem a more pleasurable option rather than a night of passion with Angie or Belinda – thinking of such an encounter is enough to trigger nightmares.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Well Rupert can have the attention of Angie, Belinda, Sabine, Neelu, Penny Pullen and a few of the older ahem ladies all fighting over him.

      I hope Jakey Baby isn’t too put out…

      Liked by 3 people

  4. Well, Belinda has published another version of her 26th April statement ” ‘Children Screaming to be Heard’ Conference London 23 April 2016 (CORRECTED & CONCLUDED from earlier version published 26 April)”

    Unfortunately the average person has problems translating phrases such as:

    “psereaste seprarte nd”

    “society qlbrave”

    “way back then. the wo b iush ewaosme fathers clren eound was thick ue heat of the u the utred would have been located. The children fen ) tn the uos bndfor very sure the victims would have included infant children killed by burning chilms sanctum”

    Its not Latin, Google translate fails to find it, is it some ancient language? Or is Shaylers cat still at Belinda’s and periodically walks on her keyboard?

    Or is it the typing of someone pissed?

    Liked by 3 people

    • I suspect she’s writing her memoirs in a soooper seeekrit MI5 code type stylee…

      “psereaste seprarte nd”

      Err… PESTERED PEASANTS

      “society qlbrave”

      PR SNARES SEDATE PETER

      “way back then. the wo b iush ewaosme fathers clren eound was thick ue heat of the u the utred would have been located. The children fen ) tn the uos bndfor very sure the victims would have included infant children killed by burning chilms sanctum”

      “way back then. the OBEDIENT NUTTERS WISHED SECRET CULTURES would have been located. BUT THE CRUDEST WOO, LIE AND FAKE FOOFARAW TO BE very sure the victims would TRULY MISMATE SEEDIER CRUD, ADVANCED BUNKUM, GIN, HELL, CLIFF… LININ(G my pockets well, was good enough)”

      – Didn’t-quite manage to use all the letters, and have had to add a bit at the end, but I assume the quote is incomplete…😉

      Liked by 2 people

        • I haven’t read the ultra-bizarre missive in its entirety yet, but is there any indication of the time at which the most recent version (containing the most hardcore gibberish section) was posted? I only ask because the descent into linguistic entropy appears to occur quite abruptly…barring a mini-stroke of some sort (or a feline creeping across the keyboard, as suggested above), it looks like the ‘work’ of someone who took an Ambien or 5 ( washed down with bourbon?) and was catapulted into a completely incoherent, sleep-like state. Not suggesting potent potables play no role here, but prescription sleep aids can kick in fast and hard, and make a lot of people say and/or do completely insane things they don’t remember at all the next day. I’ve witnessed this several times. Still, why wouldn’t she yank it in embarrassed horror afterwards? That’s the most baffling part of the ‘puzzle’ to me. Certainly shatters the image of prim, perma-lucidity and self-control she’s so addicted to projecting…

          Liked by 1 person

  5. “Corbyn and the Corbynistas are not quite excluded from this occult scenario“:

    That’s fighting talk where I come from Mrs and would get you a slap round the back of the head with a pensioner’s handbag.

    Liked by 2 people

  6. I was wondering if VESTOINE could actually mean anything. Vestone is a charming little town in Lombardy, Henry Vestine was guitarist in Canned Heat – Vestoine probably just means Belinda is drunk again. Still, if she disappears, check Northern Italy first.

    Liked by 1 person

    • There is also a company called Visteon which makes components for car dash boards, but that sounds even more unlikely.

      I do wonder if the sudden ALL CAPS was meant to signal something?

      Liked by 1 person

        • Just read it…clearly a copy-and-paste/spelling catastrophe of staggering proportions typed by a HIGHLY intoxicated human being. All coherence evaporates starting with that botched version of ‘gravestone’. Definitely off her face on something…my vote’s still for a prescription insomnia med / booze combo…and I still cannot believe the control freak hasn’t replaced the last few nonsensical’paragraphs’ with yet another corrected /edited version. A cry for help?? It would appear she’s SCREAMING TO BE HEARD !

          Liked by 1 person

    • “grVESTOINE”

      TV ego’s ire? – I think most credible investigative reporters would love to see her and her cronies banged up for good as they are making life a little difficult for the serious independent investigator!

      Liked by 1 person

  7. Has she been drinking one of Abraham’s cocktails?
    Everybody makes the odd spelling error or messes up the odd word by leaving out a letter..etc, but what she has done there is way beyond the average typing errors. I don’t even know if being pissed would result in such gobbledygook. Very strange.

    Liked by 2 people

    • I agree. That’s why I think she must have taken Ambien /zolpidem (don’t know what it’s called in the UK) or a similar prescription sleep aid, and likely too much of it/possibly in combination with alcohol, that kicked in very abruptly and propelled her into profound linguistic lunacy.

      Liked by 1 person

      • I think it’s Zopiclone over here. I’m intrigued by this nonsensical side to Belinda. In an odd way her nonsense actually makes more sense when seen as an additional element to the puzzle of why she does what she does. She always seems so slippery, I could never get a real sense of her as a person, too many things didn’t fit (I know personality is fluid etc etc but even so..) but if alcohol is a factor then I can sort of see why her obvious intelligence seems a bit frayed at the edges (apart from her being devious and a scammer etc). I’m not making a claim for Belinda as a poor vulnerable soul but the presence of some sort of psychological chaos and disorder in her personal life makes things a bit clearer and you can see why she hasn’t managed to progress beyond the lunatic fringe. (Unless of course, she really is MI5 and she drinks to forget about all the people she’s betrayed. lol )

        Liked by 2 people

        • You’re right, Anna–I think MmeF has raised an important issue here. Whether it’s Zopiclone or simply one too many glasses of wine, this does add a dimension which we hadn’t considered before to our portrait of Belinda.

          Liked by 1 person

  8. “I’m not making a claim for Belinda as a poor vulnerable soul”

    …You might not be, but is she? Is this the formwork for her to start laying the foundations for a yellow-brick road of insanity she can escape down? Please do remember that by trade this woman is a linguist! – And, all joking aside, a bloody cunning one too!

    It’s so nice to be insane, no-one asks you to explain…

    Liked by 1 person

    • Yes, I’d never want to see her many misdeeds excused on account of an alcohol problem. She’s fully capable of great evil, and she’s shown this many times over the years.

      Like

  9. Pingback: Look out, ol’ Frances is back! | HOAXTEAD RESEARCH

  10. Pingback: Email sent to the REAL Knight Foundation – HAMPSTEAD OPERATION: Privacy is Gold

  11. Pingback: Why does Belinda fear 1 May, 2016? | HOAXTEAD RESEARCH

Comments are closed.