One of our team members recently noticed that an apparent newcomer had set up housekeeping over on YouTube, and had begun uploading videos like there was no tomorrow. None of the videos were new; all came from a variety of older accounts, but they all shared one thing in common: they preached the Gospel According to the Hoaxtead Mob.
The enthusiastic new poster, Clinton Mason, seems to have been lifting and uploading Hampstead SRA hoax videos from a variety of sources, starting about three weeks ago.
Clinton Mason claims to be a newcomer to the Hoaxtead mob:
Just yer average troofer
Clinton Mason seems to have been indulging in the usual troofer pastimes—for example, he has an abiding interest in ‘chemtrails’.
For the uninitiated, these are the people who like to take pictures of condensation trails of jet engine exhaust, and then do time-lapse photographs as the contrails disperse into the atmosphere. Some people believe that these contrails contain chemicals which are intended to control the weather / the population / people’s behaviour, depending upon who you ask. Some people also believe in Santa Claus.
Here’s Clinton Mason’s contribution to the discussion:
Something about his free-form writing style struck a few of us as familiar, but we couldn’t quite put a finger on it.
Then one of our team members noticed something very peculiar about Clinton Mason’s YouTube account: he seems to have blocked at least one of our long-term colleagues, as that person is unable to view his comments, or respond to his posts.
This struck us as odd, since this person was completely unaware of Clinton Mason’s existence until yesterday.
Same page, viewed while not logged in:
One might almost think that Clinton Mason knew in advance that certain YouTube users would be aware of his existence, and might take exception to what he was posting.
Another strange coincidence
Some of you might recall that when Sabine was first arrested at the Royal Courts of Justice upon her return from Germany in August 2015, the event was filmed by numerous people. One of the most-shared videos came from the prolific and particularly vicious YouTube user Code 2222 (sometimes known as Guidance 2222).
At the time, one of our team noticed that one of Code 2222’s videos had been interrupted quite abruptly:
If you scroll to 00:08:16, you’ll hear someone shout, “Clinton!” The person filming answers, “Yeah…yeah…” and then stops filming.
Now, we’re not saying that there cannot be two Clintons involved in promoting the Hampstead hoax.
And of course we would not try to claim that Clinton Mason is definitely, for certain, no-doubt-about-it Code/Guidance 2222.
We’re just saying it’s a strange coincidence, that’s all. You may draw your own conclusions.