A few days ago, one of our readers drew our attention to this video featuring Angie’s protegé Rupert and Kevin Galalae, the not-at-all-crazy person, who travelled together to Rome to perform and film a hunger strike last month. To be honest we had trouble watching Rupert’s juvenile jiggle-cam efforts for more than a minute or so, but we’re told we didn’t miss much.
Anyhoo…if you fast-forward to about 53:20 here, you’ll hear Rupert try not to announce that he’ll be in the UK as of approximately June 15:
In the video, he expresses some apprehension about the reception he’s likely to receive: “I get threatened, I get called a meth addict and a paedophile…” he says, as he backtracks on his earlier threats to “kick down doors” in Hampstead. Seems that was “just hyperbole”.
We wonder: were his threats to “find someone from the cult and make them squeal” also just his adorable American way of expressing himself? We’re thinking yes.
“I do need to get up there and fulfill my obligations,” Rupert continues, by which we expect he means he’ll be waving his iPhone about and pretending to be a roving videographer hot on the trail of an imaginary cult in Hampstead.
He also mentions that he’ll probably be meeting people his audience is already familiar with—we suspect he’s referring to people like Charlie Veitch.
We wonder whether he’s aware that Veitch and Hoaxtead instigator extraordinaire Belinda McNeill have a bit of a history?
Soooo…good luck with that, Rupert old chum.
As we’ve mentioned in the past, the police are quite eager to speak with Rupert while he’s here, as apparently he left a bit of unfinished business in his wake during his last visit. We’re sure he understands what we’re talking about—pity he failed to share it with Angie before she donated so generously to his GoFundMe campaign.
No filming in or around schools
Another note from the police: should anyone happen to notice Rupert filming in the vicinity of any of a school, the police should be notified immediately: it is illegal and unacceptable for programme-makers, no matter how inept or amateurish, to loiter around schools or film children under the age of 18 without explicit parental consent.
Don’t approach Rupert or engage with him in any way, but notify the police and allow them to do their job.
While we’re on the topic of Rupert, we thought we’d share MK Ultra 666’s latest darkly humorous video on his upcoming visit. We think it captures it all beautifully:
So whenever Rupert does decide to start lurking in the pubs and doorways of Hampstead, all we can wish him is the best of British luck.