For some time now, we’ve been talking about how the actions of the Hoaxtead mobsters, rather than protecting children from predators, are in fact aiding and abetting paedophiles, whether online or in person.
Today, we’d like to address that issue a bit more closely.
Several months ago we were told in confidence that at least one of the Christ Church Primary School ’20 special children’ had been approached online by an adult stranger.
That child’s parents were able to intervene in time, but this incident can be traced directly back to the list of children’s names, addresses, telephone numbers, and email addresses that were shared in multiple videos and blog posts after Sabine and Ella released them in February 2015.
Let’s face it: a list of primary-school children, sometimes with pictures, in which their alleged ‘sexual preferences’ and contact details are shared with the public, is really little more than an invitation to any lurking paedophiles.
If we were the parents of those ‘special’ children, we would be terrified and enraged.
Studies of predatory paedophiles have shown that they seek out children who appear vulnerable. And what could look more vulnerable than a child who is advertised as having already been severely and repeatedly abused?
So a list like this, found on a blog about how to fight the alleged cult in Hampstead, would be a treasure trove to a would-be predator:
And suggesting that members of the public start “physical research and investigations of the people and places mentioned” is essentially giving a licence to paedophiles to start lurking about the homes and schools of the named children:
As a parent, how would you protect your children against a suggestion like this? And how would you feel if you were being falsely accused by people you’d never met, who knew nothing about you, of raping and torturing your own children?
Aside from the fact that the parents have been continually harassed by the Hoaxtead mob, they must also cope with the constant threat to their children.
Over the past few months, they’ve dealt with kidnap threats from Maria MacMahon and her fellow Hoaxtead mobsters:
In an early video, Deborah Mahmoudieh pronounces: “And we are concerned for the safety of the other children, specifically the 20 children named. We would like to investigate those children, we’d like to go and visit their families to make sure that those children haven’t been abused”.
And in a video conversation between Angela Power-Disney and Sabine McNeill, released last May, the following conversation occurred (starting at about 44:30):
Sabine: “I want to get children…all of the 20 children (heard?), I mean, at least if Xxxxx and Xxxxxxx can’t be found, then at least the other 18 and their parents…I want to know how many of them have been adopted for the purpose of being abused. This is not just about Dearman and (inaudible) police!”
Angela says: “It’s not just the other 19 children, because Ella clarified this in an interview with me. She said it’s another 19 families, many of them have two children, some of them have three children. So it’s not just the other 18 or the other 19 children, it’s the other 19 families, with at least two children, many of them”.
If you were the parents of one of the named children, how might this make you feel?
None of these people have any right to have access to the Hampstead families or their children. Suggesting that they do is not only wrong, but it implies that anyone ought to be able to invade the families’ privacy, on a whim.
These families are the victims of a vile and cynical hoax. They aren’t members of any cult, and nor are their children. They are ordinary people who are trying their best to raise their children in peace, in the face of a campaign of threats, harassment, and lies.
So for those Hoaxtead mobsters who read this blog (yes, we know you’re out there), we would offer a strong caution: if any of these children should suffer any harm because of the lies and accusations you’ve spread, the blame will rest squarely on your shoulders. Is that something you’re willing to live with?
We know we wouldn’t be.