Our readers will recall that last month we uncovered convincing evidence that Sabine McNeill, one of the chief promoters of the Hampstead SRA hoax, did not believe a word of the fantasy she was trying to push on the unsuspecting public.
In brief, acting as Ella Draper’s McKenzie friend, Sabine threatened the “Secret Judiciary, Father, LB Camden, LB Barnet, Cafcass and Met Police, Christchurch Primary and other Schools” as follows:
To avoid high level embarrassment, the following possible arrangements might be worth considering:
1) Instead of starting public law proceedings against the school, the children are returned – with immediate effect – to live with the maternal grandparents in Russia.
2) Instead of mobilising English and Russian social media, the father is given a non-molestation order for life, anywhere in the world.
3) Instead of joining the Russian government to the proceedings, the children are released to their mother and maternal grandparents with immediate effect.
Not only was this a ludicrous attempt to blackmail the above-named entities with “high-level embarrassment” and “public exposure”, but it indicated beyond a doubt that Sabine did not believe that “20 special children” were being systematically raped and forced to participate in murders and cannibalism by 70+ adults in a school in Hampstead. If these horrific events really were occurring, how could she—how could anyone agree to shut up about it in exchange for the return of the two children to their mother?
Ella, Abe, and Angie don’t believe it either
The internet is a funny little thing, isn’t it?
Although we know that Angela Power-Disney never (well, almost never…all right, rarely…oh fine, occasionally) visits this blog, through an amazing coincidence immediately following our publication of evidence that she had sexually assaulted Rupert, all of the Angie & Rupert videos that had been made private on Angie’s YouTube channel suddenly began popping back into public view.
And because Angie has the tech skills of a drunken chimpanzee, she managed to make a bunch of other, previously hidden, videos public as well. Including this fascinating interview between Angie, Ella, and Abe, recorded on 15 May 2015:
If you scroll to 9:55 in this video, you’ll hear the following exchange, in which Abe and Angela are discussing how to get the two children back from the foster carer where they’d been placed:
Abe: I feel that they’ll only do it if they’re pressured into doing it. This is what I feel. Now I’m willing, Ella is…I don’t know about Sabine, but I’m willing, and Ella is willing I hope, I imagine, to accept a world-wide gagging order, as long as they….look, they can gag us, but they can’t gag everybody in the universe.
Angela: Yeah yeah yeah…yes, well, I hear you, and it’s probably…I don’t like it, but that’s a price worth paying to get the children.
So let’s see if we’ve got this straight: not only Sabine, but Ella, Abe, and Angie all agree that they’d be willing to accept a world-wide gagging order, in exchange for the return of two children to their mother.
If they truly believed in the death cult narrative, there is no possible way they could do this.
If they believed their own story, accepting a gagging order would mean abandoning hundreds, possibly thousands of babies and children to a horrible fate at the hands of bloodthirsty paedophiles.
It would mean no more accusing the parents, teachers, clergy, and workers of Hampstead of being part of a “death cult”. It would mean giving up the relentless persecution of RD. It would mean forgetting about all their lurid allegations about babies being shipped in by courier only to be tortured and murdered by the “cult”, slippers being made of baby-skin, cult members dancing about with skulls dangling from their bodies. It would mean no more talk of tattoos, no more sharing of videos of the children reciting details that had been pounded into them via torture. All of that, gone.
If Abe, Ella, and Angie were prepared to accept such a deal, it meant that they would be agreeing to leave the “cult” in peace, so that it could go back to its supposedly horrific activities.
How likely does this seem to you?
These people had all put enormous amounts of time and energy into inventing the cult, hammering the details into the two children’s minds, and attempting to spread the word amongst the loony and the gullible. To be sure, the horse was already out of the barn, in terms of the hoax having been spread across the internet. But would Sabine, Abe, Ella, and Angela really be willing to give up all they’d worked to build, in exchange for the return of the children?
We don’t think they would.