For some reason, we’ve had the song “There’s a Kind of Hush” going through our heads for the past few days. Perhaps it’s because the Hoaxtead mob seems to have put the brakes on its activities—the recent spate of arrests appears to have had a distinct chilling effect, not that we’re complaining.
We know, of course, that there’s a lot of mumbling and grumbling going on behind the scenes: the Sooper Seekrit Facebook Groop™ rumour mill is churning even more busily than usual, as people try to determine who’s been grassing up whom.
Meanwhile, Abe and Ella have been desperately trying to dredge up some support for yet another kick at the can:
Hello to all,
There are plenty of us to fight, it’s a matter of uniting efforts and working out strategy.
The momentum is built up in the Hampstead Cover Up Case, public is actively involved. The energy could be used to help all.
Looking forward to the insights and ideas.
Note that Abe uses Ella’s name for this one, knowing he’s pretty much persona non grata these days, even amongst the looniest of the conspiraloons.
And kind of hilarious that he’s “looking forward to the insights and ideas”. Wasn’t he Captain Mastermind? The Big Kahuna? The tiny man with the big plan?
Is Abe confessing that he’s finally run out of ideas to get this lumbering, creaking hoax airborne?
Well, never mind. At least the
intrepid dogged mutt-faced Andy Peacher is behind him:
Can’t you just feel the burning enthusiasm emanating from the page? Phew. Careful you don’t scorch your fingers.
And dearie me, if that isn’t John Graham, aka Butlincat, bringing up the rear:
(Note to John: could you fix your email font, please? This one’s a bugger to read on-screen.)
For those without magnifiers at the ready, here’s the interesting bit (circled at the bottom):
…more outrageous cases will happen, as unacceptable as those that have already happened – but where is the opposition? The Hollie Greig group had 28000 members on facebook in 2010 before the dodgy admin of the group closed it down for no reason. Not all of those 28000 were prepared to put themselves out in certain ways as some might have been just sightseers, but still a big number was left who might – but never got the chance after the group was destroyed. Surely we need to fight as one specific tight single recognisible unit – the strength is in the numbers – the more genuine participants the better.
Yes John, there’s strength in numbers…and by our count you have approximately 50 supporters at the moment, and sinking fast.
Hardly a grassroots movement, especially now that the smell of fear is in the air. People have begun to realise that this isn’t a game: arrests are being made, and Hoaxtead mobsters are being called to account for their actions.
If we’d seen this sort of email traffic a year ago we might have been alarmed at the thought of a resurgence in the hoax. Now, though, we just smile and shake our heads.
Fill your boots, lads. See how far it gets you.