Something we’ve noticed about the Hoaxtead mob is that they’re constantly trying to take the moral high ground. For instance, in this Facebook post by Angie, she tries to sound pious and holier than thou, as she makes her usual histrionic claims about “never forgetting” RD’s children.
But not everyone is willing to stand by and let Angie try to pretend she’s actually ‘caring’ for the kids:
Yannis, who’s long been outspoken about the children’s right to privacy, jumped in here to object—a brave act considering how Angela and her friends handle any sort of dissent.
We were interested to note that Tracey Morris (who we understand is still under an injunction not to defame or harass RD) was on hand to suggest that Yannis was defending…er, RD.
Tracey also seems to think that Yannis has satin inside him, which is a bit odd. Why would he be ingesting a shiny silk fabric? And why would she think it was “doing a fine job” on him? Also, why is it important not to piss satin off? Is this some new trend we’re unaware of? Or has Tracey been back on the bottle?
God bless Yannis, though: he stands up to Tracey’s strange allegations, and reiterates his demand: like most right-thinking people he understands that it’s not right to name RD’s children in this way.
Angela shows her loving kindness and caring nature by pointing out that naming innocent children and continuing to post and repost their faces is no big deal, really. In fact, she wishes people had done that to her.
No news there, really—we all know Angie is happiest when it’s all about her, her, her!
Despite Angie’s and Tracey’s stupidity, Yannis doggedly sticks to his point: it is wrong (and illegal) to post the names and images of the children. That’s an immutable fact, and he’s not going to let it go.
It’s a matter of ethics, and while Tracey and Angie may get their own jollies out of trying to portray themselves as children’s saviours, the fact is, they’re demonstrating their complete callous disregard for the kids by naming them (again) and posting their images (again).
Tracey, meanwhile, is more interested in showing how tough she is: she doesn’t care about no stinkin’ laws, not when she can engage in self-aggrandisement, meaningless fist-shaking and name-calling, no sirree!
Interesting fact we learned last summer, by the way: when Tracey is feeling threatened and nervous, she seems to lean on her keyboard. Strange habit, but perhaps it’s a bit like people who stammer when they know they’re in the wrong.
But our main point here is that while people like Angie and Tracey think it’s perfectly fine to violate the privacy of two young children, so they can parade around trying to pretend they’re saving the world from ‘cult abuse’, people like Yannis are willing to stand up for what they know is right, and not allow himself to be dissuaded by their facile arguments.
And let’s face it: when those two children are old enough to understand why their names and images are all over the internet connected to a vile hoax their mother and her criminal boyfriend tried to pull off, whose side do you think they’ll be on?