Sometimes it’s easy to overlook the most obvious, in-your-face evidence—evidence which, once revealed, makes us slap our collective foreheads and wonder what on earth we were thinking. It happened yesterday, when we were discussing the alleged tattoos which were supposed to be the “ultimate evidence” that a child-raping, baby-eating cult was operating out of a school in Hampstead.
Astute long-time commenter YdchyncachuTracey pointed out,
One might have thought that Ella would have something to say about these genital tattoos, that people get as children, as part of a multi generational cult, when both parents are in the cult, as is EXACTLY what is claimed for the children’s father. But, not a peep, not even to deny he had one at the time she was in a sexual relationship with supposed genitally tattooed boss man himself.
Very suspicious indeed.
In fact, Ella claims that both her ex-husband, Mr Draper, and the father of her two youngest children, RD, were “in the cult”, which she described as a life-long, multi-generational organisation.
As life-long cult members, both men would have received their genital tattoos at a young age.
And yet Ella, who had children with both men, noticed absolutely nothing unusual about them.
Did they only undress in the dark, then? Or perhaps both men followed the example of Tobias Fünke, the character in the television programme “Arrested Development”, who suffered from an obscure psycho-sexual problem in which he could never be completely nude?
The tattoos, according to Abe and Ella
On their Hampstead Coverup blog, Abe and Ella are full of self-righteous anger about the failure of police to investigate the tattoos they’d so carefully had the children describe:
The longer the Hampstead hoax has gone on, the more they have focused on the alleged tattoos, whipping their gullible followers (like Kristie Sue Costa, who devoted an entire long and rambling blog post to the topic) into a frenzy. And yet…
The one detail she missed?
According to the videos the children were forced to make, 399 of the 400 allegedly involved adults had the tell-tale tattoos, which featured images of “devils and monsters”.
Their father, whom they described as the “head” of the cult, would no doubt have had the biggest and best. After all, they claimed that he owned the biggest and best of the colour-coded dildoes. Why not the most grandiose and scariest genital tattoo, as well?
Yet oddly, Abe and Ella never ask them to describe their father’s genital tattoos. They are only asked to talk about those of their teachers, and some of the other parents. Why?
And more important, why has Ella never said anything about tattoos on either of the fathers of her three children?
If Ella had seen such tattoos, she might have at very least spoken out at some point during the past two years to corroborate the evidence her children gave…yet she has said absolutely nothing on the matter.
In fact, this really isn’t the only supposed detail that Ella missed, which would have told any other mother that something was seriously wrong: despite having given the children multiple enemas over the years, she somehow failed to notice any evidence (blood, scarring, etc.) that they were being routinely anally raped by many adults on a daily basis. Despite washing the children’s underpants, she never spotted any traces of blood or other untoward substances.
And now we’re being asked to believe that despite two of her long-term sexual partners having glaringly obvious devil- and/or monster-related genital tattoos, she a) didn’t see them, or b) saw them but didn’t think they were all that unusual.
Or, the more likely explanation: there was no cult.
There were no tattoos.
It’s all a lie, a manufactured hoax, designed to gull people into hitting that “donate here” button.