Bright and early yesterday morning, we received a very odd email, from a very unexpected source. It took us aback, in fact: we just aren’t used to hearing from Mel Ve, spokes-thingy in chief for the so-called Conscious Consumer Network, especially before we’ve downed our first coffee of the day.
Surprised as we were, though, we were even more surprised at the email’s contents:
Please be advised that Angela Power Disney is no longer broadcasting on CCN.
The reason CCN has decided to terminate all media support for Angela Power Disney, is because we do not agree on many aspects of Angela’s work, outlook, and guest choice on several occasions.
1. The Hollie Greig Case – Having myself personally investigated and interviewed many people to do with this case, I have categorically found that several allegations made by Hollie and Anne Greig were simply false. I simply do not believe that Wyn Dragon Smith and Sylvia Anne Major committed the crimes they were accused of by Hollie, despite no material evidence to support Hollie’s claims against these two ladies. As Sylvia Major pointed out, she was not even acquainted with the Greig family when the alleged abuses took place, and only met Hollie and Anne Greig years later. Angela is insistent that the Hollie Greig case is not a hoax, even though she has never actually investigated any part of it and refused to speak with Wyn and Sylvia to get their side of the story, based on her preconceived / false ideas of what she thinks these ladies did.
2. Fiona Barnett – Angela’s support of Fiona Barnett is bewildering, as Fiona has made up so many lies, including that Nicole Kidman is a hermaphrodite from an Atlantean race. Fiona Barnett also supports Kevin Annett, whom Mel Ve has categorically exposed for the liar and fraud that he is, based on evidence she collected when working with ITCCS.
3. Toos Neijenhuis – Mel Ve was the person that initially interviewed and investigated the claims made by Toos Neijenhuis, releasing only one interview onto You Tube. Following on from this interview, Mel Ve did many more interviews with both Toos Neijenhuis and her daughter Carmen. After a total of 7 interviews, and thorough investigation into the claims made on camera, there were many discrepancies in the story, and Mel Ve did not release the other interviews, and denounced Toos & her family for being Satanic Hoaxsters. Angela Power Disney seems to think that that Toos Neijenhuis is called Van Huus (She does not even know the woman’s name) and that her story is legitimate, despite having never met Toos, nor her family, and despite never having personally interviewed Toos, nor has she ever investigated any of Toos’s claims. Again, no investigation skills employed here by Angela Power Disney before latching herself irrevocably to the satanic abuse stance.
4. The Hampstead Case – At this stage, CCN / Mel Ve has no reason to disbelieve the testimony of Axxxxx and Gxxxxx. However, those around this case such as Sabine, Neelu, Belinda, Rupert and Angela, have made such a spectacle of this case, resulting in a rather undignified dog and pony show, that even if it is not a hoax, nobody now wants to go near the Hampstead case anymore, including Mel Ve.
5. CCN is not comfortable providing a platform for Angela Power Disney to request funding for “Investigative Journalism”, when we have not yet seen anything resembling investigative work, nor has there been any information of value brought forward by Angela Power Disney, nor has there been any proof presented, not by Angela, nor by those who are united with her on this cause. Even if there was, Angela lacks the ability to investigate without being clouded by her own preconceived ideas and bias towards certain view points.
CCN is always disappointed to have to part with people over irreconcilable differences. We give all people a chance to flourish within the environment we provide for them, and to show their true colours and potential, and when we see them for what they are, we make decisions based upon solid factual findings and first hand experience. At no point will we ever allow ourselves to be bullied into doing anything. We make our choices at our own pace based upon our own decision making process, and without influence from outside parties. Our decision at this point is to continue without Angela Power Disney as part of the CCN team. We have a great amount of love and affection for Angela, and having worked with her personally, we know what a lovely person Angela can be, despite the many nasty things said about her online.
Ah, we thought. Why would Mel and BigEars feel compelled to inform us of this choice? Surely it must be because they’re expecting Angela to start putting it about that she left voluntarily. And knowing Angie’s wily ways, they probably anticipate that she’ll start by telling everyone how much she loves them, and then devolve into what rat-bastards they are.
As if on cue, this video popped up on YouTube just hours later: https://youtu.be/ 532D8l0DvI0. (We’ve added a gap in the link because the video shows up with the names and pictures of RD’s children.)
After nearly half an hour of waffle (well, 27 minutes and 30 seconds, but who’s counting?), Angie finally gets to the point:
It is true that I have parted ways with the media network that I was broadcasting on since June last year—I bear them no ill will—I choose to actually withdraw, and I will be actively seeking a different platform on which to continue broadcasting. The gap in the things that we agreed to disagree on was just getting uncomfortably…wider.
At this point you can see Angie searching for the right language:
With regard to Artie, my last interview, I absolutely feel empathy and respect for this…er…wild alpha male anti-child abuse campaigner. We have different belief systems, so I’m not always going to jump on board with invoking Allah or archangels and so on, but I certainly will walk shoulder to shoulder with anybody of any religion that is fighting child abuse.
So. Putting both halves of this puzzle together, we think it’s fair to assume that Mel objected to Angie’s choice of guests once too often, Angie made her usual excuses, and Mel began re-evaluating her options. Was it really worthwhile for her to continue hosting someone whose wild claims could only make CCN look even less credible than it already did, especially if that someone couldn’t come up with the monthly cash to make her presence a bit more palatable?
We predicted several months ago that Mel Ve would regret giving Angie a platform, and we must say that we are taking just a bit too much pleasure in having been right.