There’s really no accounting for some people’s tastes. And then there’s Chris Everard, the Hoaxtead hanger-on who’s made a career of covering up his own fascination with child sex abuse images by bellowing as loudly as he can that everyone else is a paedophile.
Take a couple of his recent Facebook posts:
Are we the only ones with no recollection of the children’s original forced confessions containing even tangential references to excrement?
But for Everard, the poo is the thing: apparently he sees it, along with images of child sex abuse, wherever he goes (including, we understand, on his own computer’s hard drive, where he’s accumulated quite a collection).
If Everard’s paedophilic impulses weren’t so vile, his obsession with excrement might be funny:
We see them (governments) spending millions of dollars of our taxes on pooh – they are placing pooh sculpture everywhere.
To test this hypothesis, we ran an informal survey amongst the Hoaxtead Research team. It consisted of a single question: “Have you ever seen a piece of public art that appeared to represent human excrement?”
Not a single team member responded in the affirmative. But maybe, unlike Everard, we’re just not looking hard enough.
Just as Jake Clarke finds it necessary to spell out in great and graphic detail exactly how he imagines children were anally raped by cult members, and what by-products emerged from their bodies as a result, we suspect that Chris Everard’s untoward fascination with sh!t is one part of a so-called ‘paraphilia’, or derivation of sexual pleasure from abnormal, dangerous, and/or extreme activities.
A quick perusal of his Facebook page should be enough to convince even the casual viewer that this is a man with an unhealthy and voracious appetite for topics like paedophilia and coprophilia.
For all his histrionic shrieking about the ‘pooh sculpture’ and paedophilic images he sees all around us, we’ve never heard him—even once—make any recommendations about how to help real abused children, or how to stem the online tide of child sex abuse images. His interest, it would seem, is not in stopping these things, but in titillating his audience with more and more extreme images, more and more fantastical details.
Of course, this says nothing at all good about the 161 Facebook followers who ‘liked’ Everard’s sh!t pics, nor the 138 people who actually saw fit to share them to their own Facebook friends.
Then again, these people follow Everard, which really says it all.