Most of us are all too familiar with Angela Fag-Ash Disney’s waffling on (and on…and on…) about MK Ultra and mind programming and ritual sexual abuse and how everyone except her is doomed to the fiery pits of Hell. But did you know that Angela has a second YouTube channel, featuring APD waffling on (etc., etc.) about how her family has done her wrong?
True story. And while we found it amusing (in a “can’t look away from the car crash” way), as we listened to her violate her family’s privacy it occurred to us that we might have finally discovered the roots of Angela’s wild allegations against them.
It all boils down, you see, to her feeling done out of an inheritance which she felt she had been promised by her father.
Angela gives vent to all her grievances against her family—but her main beef seems to revolve around her father’s inheritance, and the fact that she felt she had been cheated out of her share. She started making videos on this topic in May 2012:
We don’t expect her family could have been terribly pleased to find their dirty laundry so publicly aired. Angie excuses herself by saying, “It’s true, and what are they going to do, sue me?” She notes that she began to be excluded from family weddings and special events—big shock there, as the family must have known that anything they said or did would be put up online for public viewing.
In one video, which we’re not linking out of consideration for the parties involved, Angela replays an audio-recorded fight she had with her father, in which she claims that her mother said some very unkind racist things about a young family member. Was her dad aware he was being recorded? And what in the world would make Angela think it appropriate to publish a private family quarrel on YouTube?
Angela has an unpleasant habit of using her videos as weapons against anyone she is angry with. Take this 2013 gem, for example: recorded as a “greeting” to her father on Father’s Day, it’s a rambling, self-pitying diatribe against her dad, whom she accuses of cheating her out of her inheritance (yes, that again).
Incidentally, she explicitly states at 4:18 here that her father was not one of her sexual abusers. Interesting, considering that by the time she was interviewed by Miles Johnston for his “Bases” project, she’d begun accusing dear old dad of being one of her primary abusers.
In this next one, she accuses her mother of being a narcissist—oh, the irony!—and complains that an ill and elderly woman burdened her with details of her illness. Memorable moment: Angela tells her mother, “Thanks for the week or 10-day bridging loan, and by the way, you will be being contacted by the police soon on charges of criminal neglect and aiding and abetting abuse—child abuse”.
But wait…didn’t she say in her “Father’s Day card” that her father hadn’t been one of her abusers?
These videos are clearly intended to let the public know that Angela’s family is cruel, unkind, unfair, and smells funny. Angela’s stunning lack of self-awareness shines through, as she seems completely oblivious to the fact that the videos say a great deal more about her than they do about her beleaguered family.
And they shed a whole new light on her allegations against her father: based on these videos, it now seems that those accusations are nothing more nor less than a viper’s revenge against the person she believes cheated her out of her rightful inheritance.
Somehow, we don’t feel particularly surprised.