A couple of days ago, our friend Mk Ultra 666 made another imaginative, darkly comic video, titled ‘My Dreams are Getting Darker’. We’re big Radiohead fans here, and the music is a perfect match with the images…another bit of brilliance from our very own Master of the Macabre.
Predictably, the Hoaxtead mob reacted as though he’d lobbed a grenade into their midst. Here’s a bit of the reaction on Facebook:
In response to Mk’s very clear disclaimer that states his videos contain no threats of any kind, Kris DaCosta rants:
Purely in THE MIND OF THE VIEWER….bitch, please….because YOU put it there!!
So let’s see if we’ve got this straight: Kris thinks Mk Ultra 666 has put things into her mind? (On reflection, we admit that it’s easy to fill an empty space.)
Does she really have so little faith in her ability to think for herself? Or has she simply given up the effort? Does she believe she’s being brainwashed?
Only the devil will show you a wolf in sheeps (sic) skin and tell you it’s a sheep. And your mind wants to believe this because it’s too scary to see the wolf underneath.
We’re not quite sure we’re following her logic, but it sounds to us as though Kris is saying that Mk’s video is so utterly terrifying to her that her mind, such as it is, is putting up barriers to her seeing it for what it is.
Wow, Mk, that’s some serious power you’re wielding there! Better watch where you point that thing.
Another county heard from…
Another member of the Hoaxtead mob was so distraught by Mk’s video that she went tattling off to Radiohead’s Facebook page:
“Karma Police” is used in a video to threaten, intimidate and make fun of people who fight against child abuse and satanic ritual abuse.
The video makes fun of people who think it’s possible for a ‘cult’ to exist undetected in a school and church, to repeatedly anally rape dozens of schoolchildren who nonetheless show virtually no symptoms or signs or being so abused, to slaughter and devour thousands of infants courtesy of the deep fryers at the local McDonalds, and to have the local shoemaker make special slippers from the dead infants’ skins.
The video mocks those who think it’s perfectly acceptable to publicise videos, photographs, full names, and contact information not just for the two children who have categorically stated that none of the above is true, but for dozens of other children who knew nothing of any ‘cult’, but whose young lives have now been tarnished with allegations that they were victims of the most horrendous sexual abuse.
Mirana claims to have been threatened after posting comments to another of Mk’s videos—we’d dearly love to see even the tiniest shred of evidence of this. We searched through the entire channel, and found nothing resembling a threat…and no comments from anyone named Mirana.
In fact, Mirana turns out not to exist, except in the movie Alice Through the Looking-Glass:
How apropos—the White Queen. Wasn’t she the one who made a practice of believing “as many as six impossible things before breakfast”?
Actually, this could explain a great deal.