Ella’s latest interview, produced by “Sean” of the oddly secretive Russia-philic “gold and silver trading” site SGT, may be the hottest thing on the American #Piece-o-hate lovers’ horizon, but that’s probably because it’s fresh new fodder to them. To us, it’s old hat…in this case a grease-stained, smelly old flat cap that’s been chewed by the family dog.
We’re all too familiar with the lurid details of the Hampstead SRA hoax, so it didn’t take much effort to pinpoint the inconsistencies between Hoaxtead version 1.0, released circa February 2 2015, and Hoaxtead version 3.5, released two days ago.
For example, only a minute and a half into the video, Ella states that Hoaxtead involved “an array of counterintelligence operatives connected to child trafficking, snuff movies, organ trafficking, ritual sexual abuse, torture, and money laundering“. Later in the video, she states that there were “38,000 shell companies [at a building] on Finchley Road in Hampstead….Some parents in the cult are involved in this money-laundering operation”.
Well, hold the bloody phone just a minute here: since when were snuff movies, organ trafficking, and money laundering part of the Hoaxtead narrative? Clearly, Abe and Ella have been doing some work on the hoax since we last checked in with them. We recognise the money-laundering allegation as one of Charlotte Ward’s lies from her old Hamster Research blog, but the rest seem to have been invented from whole cloth.
Then at 25:45 in the video, Ella claims that “the children were being made to touch animals”: where did this come from? Again, bestiality certainly wasn’t part of the original story. It appears to have been added in to create that extra frisson of disgust in a new audience.
But we thought the cult members were ‘elites’?
Contrary to Abe and Ella’s original claim that the cult was run by incredibly wealthy and powerful “elites” in a posh London enclave, Ella now describes RD in very different terms.
At 35:24 she says, “He’s coming from a family of miners, so total poverty—I’ve been to their house…they don’t have much money at all….” How does this square with the allegation that RD’s entire family, going back generations, has been involved in cult ritual abuse? Surely there must be a fundamental disconnect between “they’re all doing it because they’re rich and powerful and can get away with it” and “he comes from a poor working-class family”?
‘Why didn’t they arrest me?’
We confess that we laughed out loud at the end of the video, when Ella pouted, “If I’ve committed offences, why didn’t they arrest me?”
All together now: “Because you jumped out the window and ran away when the police came!”
‘She stared into my eyes…’
One of the most glaring inconsistencies, though, comes close to the end of the new video, at 53:35, when Ella describes how the alleged “special children” want out of the “cult”:
A told me that her friend she came to our house, they wanted to tell. But she was scared—they were threatened that their entire family would be killed. Their mum would be killed, their grandparents would be killed even if they said anything. So the girl got scared and never said anything. And I knew, I felt it, I mean the girl was like looking into my eyes like she wanted to say something. And obviously they knew I’m not part of it….”
Such a touching story—a little girl, terrified and pleading with her eyes to the one woman she knows isn’t part of the cult, who might be able to help her.
But compare and contrast to the following:
Some of you who’ve followed this hoax from the outset might recall a post on Charlotte Ward’s Hamster Research blog titled “Message from Abraham”, published 1st June 2015. While the blog is long gone now, we were able to find the post in its entirety on the David Icke Forum’s never-ending Hampstead hoax thread:
And then, just in case we were wondering who “M” might be: So amazingly, Abe and Ella both had exactly the same experience of a young child looking imploringly into their eyes, silently begging for their help in freeing them from the murderous cult? Funny how this story, once belonging to Abe, has now been given to Ella, the new spokesperson for the couple.
And quite fascinating that their story, far from remaining static, seems to be developing new twists, turns, and angles, the longer they are able to sit and mull about it in their Spanish hideaway. We can think of only one way to stop them at this point: this pair really wants arresting.