Lord help us, we just did it again. We gathered round the old radio…er, YouTube…and sat through yet another abysmal two-hour marathon of tedium, in the faint hope that Angela Fag-Ash Disney would actually do what she said she was going to do, and answer the questions people have been putting to her since her melodramatic announcement last week that Ella was participating in making child sexual abuse videos.
What were we thinking? Of course Angie had no intention of answering any such questions—though she did aim a few barbs at some of her, er, former friends.
For instance, although she conceded that Kristie Sue Costa is a “superb researcher” (no, really, we’re fine, it’s just a coughing fit), Angie was saddened when Kristie Sue turned around and accused Angie of giving us her home address. As if Angela would ever consider doing such a thing!
(We’re afraid we can neither confirm nor deny this allegation. But Angie, not to worry luv, your cheque is in the post. Should keep you in cancer sticks for a while.)
Oh yes, and that American prat was there as well, but he was too baked to be even marginally coherent. Didn’t seem to have much to say, except the usual plea for money.
The most interesting thing that happened on yesterday’s broadcast is what did not happen: despite the valiant efforts of two commenters on the CCN chat, Angie completely avoided any questions to do with last week’s allegations about Ella Draper.
“TORY SMITH DNA reading” and “TorkGirl8” gave it their best, but Biggi the Gatekeeper just kept deleting or ignoring their questions. This despite the fact that Angela had made a big fuss about how she was going to clear the air, blah blah blah.
We didn’t expect anything better, but still, one lives in hope.
Since Angela won’t answer uncomfortable questions about her very serious allegations, we thought we’d give it a try in her stead.
Let’s start with Angie’s obsession with “Anonymous hackers”: whenever she cannot be arsed to actually provide a source for her various lies, she claims that a mysterious cabal of hackers is at the root of her allegations. However, she seems just a bit confused as to what real-life hackers can do.
This video by our friends at McKenzies Devils says it very well:
As the video correctly points out, Angela claimed to have information which her friend Tracey Morris had obtained from a hacker who was paid the “small fee of £3,000” to hack Ella Draper’s and RD’s laptops, thus gaining information which showed that Ella Draper had been “complicit”…well, more than just complicit really. In fact, Angela made a very serious allegation, claiming that both she and Rupert had seen incontrovertible evidence that Ella had participated in making child sexual abuse videos.
How do we know that Angela is lying about this? Pretty simple, really.
On 11 September, 2014, RD’s two children were made the subjects of a Police Protection order. So from that point on, Ella would have had no access to the children.
And during the 2014 police investigation of the alleged cult abuse, Ella’s and Abe’s computers were both seized. Since Abe and Ella fled the country in February 2015, those computers have remained in police custody for the past two years. We don’t know exactly where they are, but we reckon they’re most likely in an evidence storage room somewhere in London.
If a hacker was able to somehow divine information from those computers, which have been offline for two years, we’d say they’re pretty spectacularly good. (Angie: that was a joke, dear. No hacker in the world could break into Ella’s computer. It doesn’t work that way.)
And what about Hoaxtead Research’s IP address?
As for Angela’s claim about this blog’s IP address being traced (again by a mysterious hacker) to Washington, DC…it took us quite some time to pick ourselves up off the floor when we heard this one.
Here’s why: this blog’s IP address has always been public knowledge.
Anyone who wishes to know it can easily look us up on sites like https://who.is; it’s no great mystery. In fact, here’s our IP address: 188.8.131.52. If Angie had to pay a hacker to find that out, she should demand a refund.
From the blog’s inception, we’ve used WordPress.com as our platform. This means that our blog is actually a sub-domain of WordPress, and our IP address was assigned to us by Automattic, the company that owns WordPress and runs its servers. That IP address will always, ultimately, lead back to the same place: Automattic’s server in San Francisco, CA.
So…not Washington, DC? Not quite. (Plus, don’t tell Angie, but the CIA is headquartered in Langley, VA.)
Besides, we thought the Hoaxtead mob had concluded beyond a shadow of a doubt that this blog is run by
- RD himself
- UK Callum from Leeds
- Some combination of the above
We do wish they’d make up their alleged minds. We have about a year and a half’s worth of invoices, and we’ve yet to find out where we ought to be sending them.