Oh, isn’t this nice? Finally, a very kind and complimentary video from long-time Hoaxtead pusher Deborah Mahmoudieh, telling us what a lovely chap John Cameron is.
Who is John Cameron? Why, he’s the founder of the NSPCC, and even though the Queen (noted reptilian and baby-eater according to Debs and her friends) awarded him an OBE at the New Year Honours last year, Debs thinks he’s just swell.
You see, she called him up to tell him that about a problem she had. It seems one of the receptionists at the NSPCC helpline had had the utter rind to hang up on her when she called to make a complaint about children in care.
Mr Cameron took the time to call her back and apologise on behalf of his terribly rude staff, and even called the incident ‘inexcusable’.
So in Debs’ books, this makes him an awfully fine fellow, and perhaps the NSPCC isn’t quite as useless as she thought. In fact, Mr Cameron’s phone call renewed her faith in humanity! Everything is sweetness and light in Debs’ world now.
Oh, and here’s that phone call where she was so hard done by:
Here’s how it went, for those of you who’d like to preserve your hearing and/or your sanity:
Hapless Help Desk Guy: You’re concerned about two children in care. What’s the concerns regarding the two children?
Debs: Well, we’re concerned that the children are in the care of lawfully suspected paedophiles, baby traffickers, and baby murderers.
HHDG: …long pause… Have you shared this with children’s services then?
Debs: Yes we have, we’ve shared it with everybody that you can think of.
HHDG: Well I think that by sharing the concerns with children’s services, we would be doing that. Have you shared with the police as well?
Debs: Yes, the crimes were reported to the police, who’ve conspired to cover the crimes up. They ignored medical evidence and failed to arrest or prosecute one person out of 70 named suspects, all of whom work within local police, social services, and family courts.
HHDG: Okay…I believe you phoned us earlier once today, just about 10 minutes ago….
Debs: I have, yes, and I want to know what is going—WHY? There is not one authority in Britain after 18 months who’ll go searching to rescue those children from the suspect authorities that harbour a gang of lawfully suspected murdering baby-trafficking peedio-philes, okay, who’ve been abusing multiple children in London schools! and there’s medical evidence to support those crimes and they used that medical evidence to remove those children from their mother who had taken the children to report the crimes and the children still are in contact with their father who was head of the gang!
HHDG: [who has been trying to get a word in edgewise] Okay, okay, so my advice there was the sound advice…you mentioned about authorities, just to let you know, we’re not an authority, we’re a charity of children’s shel-
Debs: [in full voice now] YES SO WHY AREN’T YOU CONTACTING THE BBC OR HELPING US TO BLOW THE WHISTLE ON THIS CASE? WHY AREN’T THE NSPCC EVEN SLIGHTLY INTERESTED? FOR IF THESE TWO CHILDREN WERE IN THEIR FAMILY HOMES, YOU’D HAVE THE POLICE AROUND STRAIGHT AWAY, WOULDN’T YOU?
HHDG: I’m going to hang up now…
Debs: YES, GOOD-BYE!
Debs: THAT’s the NSPCC. They can remove children from family homes, they can help police immediately rescue any child from a family home, but they can do nothing once children are in authority care, and if the local authorities are involved in abusing children, well it’s tough f*cking luck, isn’t it? THAT’S BRITAIN.
Cut, roll credits.
(We might have made that last bit up.)
So there you have it. The NSPCC being shamefully rude to Debs. (Oh, except technically, she seems to have been the one who hung up first.)
But really, in the face of “lawfully suspected murdering, baby trafficking peedio-philes”, should HHDG not have been just a tiny bit more proactive? Because Debs didn’t sound even a tiny bit unhinged there, did she?
It makes us wonder whether the sainted John Cameron, OBE, ever actually heard the nature or content of Debs’ call last week, or whether he was treated to Sane Debs when she called to complain.
We think perhaps we ought to forward this post along to his office, don’t you?