We were intrigued to notice a post from Angela Fag-Ash Disney on one of Guidance 2222’s old Hoaxtead videos—remember them? No, neither do we, really. At least we try not to. Dismal stuff.
Anyhoo…Angie is now claiming that an “American film is in the final stages” and they’re looking for someone to comment about Hoaxtead:As usual, Angie’s grip on the truth is a bit tenuous.
What she really means is this:
This crappy little outfit is trying to make a video with lots of hot-button words in it, like ‘paedophilia’, ‘Satanism’, ‘murder’, and ‘freemasonary’ (sic)…you know, the kind of stuff that makes the conspiranoids drool into their hemp soup. So they’re too cheap to come to the UK to do any actual filming here, but they’ve slapped together a bunch of footage from kids’ television shows and an obscure right-wing Iranian news show. They want it to look a bit less like they’re phoning it in, so they’re asking if anyone could please please please say something, anything about Hoaxtead that they could toss into the mix. Preferably something scurrilous—that’s golden to these people. Brings loads of clicks, and that’s the name of the game.
Who is this totally professional Hollywood-grade filmmaker?
Why, it’s Breaking Down the News! You can tell by the upscale quality of their website—possibly the last one in the known universe to use Apple Chancery font for its header— that this is a filmmaker not to be taken lightly.
And here’s a preview of their upcoming blockbuster, which bears the totally original name, ‘Savile: The Inconvenient Truth’.
It’s full of details that give it that certain je ne sais quoi: that stupid slamming metal door sound between super-dramatic clips of people asking probing, totally non-leading questions like, “Because the Masons were, and really are, still powerful here, and do you, do you think there were people being protected by pillars of the establishment?”
We can hardly wait till this comes out on the big screen.
Actually, we just remembered: we might be washing our hair that night. Let us know when it’s over, would you?