What’s up with Angela Power-Disney lately? She’s gone unnaturally quiet over the past month, despite having a brand new blog…and we suspect we know the reason. In a nutshell, she has become poison in the troofer community.
Mel Ve dumps the ‘Angela’s Caches’ library
On Monday, we received the following email from Mel Ve, whose massive blowup with Angela we covered last winter:
Dear Hoaxstead / MKD
Please be advised that we have removed all the content from CCN’s websites pertaining to:
- Anything to do with the Hampstead case
- All content to do with Angela Power Disney
- All content to do with Sandy Bergen
- My interview with Sabine Mc Neill
- Any and all shows mentioning the Hampstead case.
http://www.consciousconsumernetwork.tv is updating at present, and all offending content has been permanently removed.
There have been some speculations and rumours online regarding Eilish de Avalon’s absence from CCN. For the same reasons as you were respectful towards Tracy Morris following on from her daughter’s suicide, I am also asking you to be respectful of Eilish, who is dealing with a very ill mother. Eilish has taken some personal time to attend to her mother, and will return to CCN in due course. Please can I ask for the respect of all parties, as we do not wish to cause any more unnecessary pain for Eilish and her family at this time.
Of course, we should say first that we are very pleased that Mel has seen fit to stop supporting material having to do with the Hampstead SRA hoax. This is a major step forward, we believe, and whatever her reason, we appreciate it. And not that we write about Eilish often, but we agree that it seems humane to give her a break while she’s dealing with her family situation.
We do think it’s very interesting that Mel is choosing to scuttle “all content to do with Angela Power-Disney” at the same time. This cannot come as much of a shock to Angela, but it does indicate that CCN now views Hoaxtead, Angela, and Sandy Bergen as more or less equally toxic.
Meanwhile, back at the Bases…
In mid-March, we reported on a rumour which was circulating at that time: apparently Angela Power-Disney, Nina Valentine, and Miles Johnston had plans in the works for a series of videos in Miles’ “Bases” series, focussing on “super-soldiers” and MK Ultra and whatnot. Angela was delighted, as it would bring her many times more views than she’s been able to achieve on her own or via CCN.
However, it all fell apart mere days later: it seems some videos had been made featuring Angie, Nina, and Dave Barrow. Dave missed one of the interviews, and when Miles uploaded that video to his channel, it was a version in which Angela’s face was not visible on-screen. We believe that Angela took this as a deliberate slight on Nina’s part, and blamed her for sharing that video with Miles deliberately in order to cut Angie out of her own show.
So it comes as very little surprise now to find that Nina and Miles have ditched Angela altogether, and have begun doing their own Bases videos:
In this one, you can hear about how an angel saved Nina from a car wreck in which she was not wearing a seatbelt, and how her head was on fire for the better part of a year. Don’t believe this? Well, we’ll have you know, her cat experienced the exact same symptoms!
The video starts with a bit of a diatribe from Miles, who fires a shot or two across Angela’s bow. He says to Nina, “You’ve been on with the wonderful Angela Power-Disney, who’s defamed me a few times, and I’m still pretty fed up with all that”.
We suspect he might be using the term “wonderful” in a sarcastic sense. Just a thought.
Nina’s suppressed grin while Miles is speaking really says it all, we feel:
Incidentally, Nina’s position on the Hampstead SRA hoax seems to have shifted of late. At 51:55 in the second video in this series, she says:
Here’s an example of nuttiness—the Hampstead thing—Hoaxtead, Hampstead, whatever you want to call it. I made a video the other day where I gave exactly my stance on that, and…basically, I implored from day one for people to look beyond what we’re being told to look at, right? Now, you would think the Hoaxteaders would be pleased to hear somebody say that this is not as it seems. Yet instead, they’re now gunning at me…now, trust me, I didn’t say this to please them. I said it because I want to say it. But it’s so ironic, because now they’re trolling my page relentlessly—any video which I put up immediately gets 10 dislikes, before it’s even been public for more than like…
Miles: Yeah, I get that too
Nina: Well yeah, except you get lots of views and I don’t get very many. If you’ve got a video with 10 views and you’ve got 10 dislikes, you know, it’s like they’re dedicatedly going for it. And then they come out with all the obvious stuff like calling me a scrounger because I’ve been claiming benefits for omigod, 10 months! And then they like say that oh, you’re a drug addict, and what else? I can’t think. You know, just sort of obvious stuff which they like to throw at people because that’s what they do.
But you know, my point being that these people in the Hoaxtead thing who’ve been saying that it’s all a hoax all along, you would think that they would be, like, oh, you know, somebody’s agreeing that this is not as it’s been portrayed to be. And instead, what are they doing? Instead, they’re trolling me even heavier by saying that. Which I find really interesting. It just goes to show how, like, corrupt, and…it’s just nuts. The whole thing’s just completely nuts. Because you’ve got all of these sides gunning…it’s just massive confusion.
So…is Nina saying she thinks we’re right, then? That does seem to be what she’s implying, although right after this segment she and Miles start talking about the mafia and Satanism, so we’re not 100% certain.
However, one thing’s for sure: whether or not Nina—or Mel, for that matter—actually believe that the Hampstead SRA case was a hoax, they’ve both chosen to disassociate themselves from it, and from Angela. And that can only be a step in the right direction.