One of the most hilarious allegations that get thrown our way by the Hoaxtead mob and their hangers-on is that those of us who oppose the Hampstead SRA hoax are working for the Illuminati—you know, those shape-shifting reptilians/freemasons/elites/aliens from the Planet Zod/general no-goodniks who allegedly control…well, pretty much everything, actually.
This line of argument has any number of flaws, starting with, “If the Illuminati really were the all-powerful entities they’re made out to be, why would they need us? Couldn’t they just mind-control everyone into subservience and call it a day?”
But let’s say the Illuminati really do need a bunch of regular shmoes to do their dirty work for them. And let’s say they were really drunk when they chose their hired help, and they accidentally chose us.
Oh, and let’s also posit that the most important thing on the Illuminati’s collective hive-mind was putting a stop to a hoax perpetrated on a bunch of children, families, and teachers in a small suburb in north London. Because, you know, that’s the centre of the known universe, and it’s critically important that no one know what’s going on there. Or something.
Just for argument’s sake, let’s assume that all the above is true.
The big question, then, is this: “Why wouldn’t they just give their loyal servants, aka us, the power to just shut down Hoaxtead, preferably before it even got off the ground?” In fact, with all their mind-control powers and spy apparatus and whatnot, wouldn’t they have thought to themselves, “That Abe Christie looks like trouble—Agent B (short for Beelzebub), go in there and take him down. To Chinatown.”
Okay, so maybe the Illuminati weren’t paying attention right at the start. Maybe they were out getting their semi-annual mani-pedi and nose-hair waxing, and Abe and Ella managed to sneak word of the nasty goings-on out via Sabine, who put them up online (and then pretended she hadn’t, just to throw the Illuminati off the scent).
No big deal, right? Just pull a string or two at YouTube—because according to the troofers, Google and YouTube and Facebook and Twitter are 100% under the thumb of the Illuminati. It should have been no trouble at all for them to simply say the word and have all the thousands of cloned videos scoured from the internet, right away quick. Et voilà! No muss, no fuss. No evidence. Gone-zo.
Oh, but wait. Maybe the Illuminati were dozing in the sun, getting a little lizardian R and R, when the videos went apeshit on YouTube and started replicating like rabbits. So the lizard people come home and discover that the whole thing has gone completely out of control, and what do they do?
Do they order the police to arrest everyone responsible? They do not.
Do they immediately cancel all the video channels, blogs, Facebook profiles, and online discussion groups associated with Hoaxtead? They do not.
Do they just have a bunch of the main perpetrators bumped off, in a show of strength? They do not.
Instead, they hang around and do pretty much nothing. Well, except that they assign a bunch of people the job of setting up a tiny, obscure blog on the free version of WordPress, with a weird name that no one will understand, and say, “Go get ’em, tigers!” Because that’s totally how the Illuminati roll. Just in case you were wondering.
Oh, and they don’t bother giving us any information briefings before we start. Not even a who’s who of perpetrators. Nada. The Illuminati think it would be much more fun to let us spend weeks trying to work out who we’re even supposed to be working against, what they’re saying, and why they’re saying it.
The Illuminati are actually kind of dicks, truth be told.
Speaking of blogs, whatever you might think of this one (and we’re pretty fond of it) you have to admit that a blog this size isn’t exactly the kind of heavy-duty weaponry that any self-respecting lizard-person would deploy to shut down something the size of Hoaxtead. Let’s face it, it’s a pretty mammoth task, and while we think we’ve accomplished a lot given our size, we are painfully aware that we’ve only really scratched the surface.
The last time we checked, there were something like 23,000 YouTube videos out there relating to Hoaxtead. If the Illuminati are actually paying us to shut this thing down, the best we can say about it is that they’re wasting their money.
So entertaining as Kristie Sue Costa’s latest ridiculous blog is, we really have to question her sanity if she thinks anyone here is being paid by (your choice of) the CIA, Mossad, GCHQ, MI5, MI6, the Illuminati, the Powers That Be, the Elites, or the Powerful Satanic Paedophile People.
Sorry to burst her bubble, but we are exactly what we say we are: a group of people who don’t like bullies and are willing to stand up to them. Not a lizard scale amongst us.