Most of us who bother to argue with Hoaxtead mobsters, whether on YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, or other blogs, do so without any expectation that our debate opponents will change their minds in any way. We recognise that they are members of their own cult-like group, and they have abandoned rational thought and questioning in favour of absolute belief in whatever their leaders—in this case Abe and Ella—dictate.
For example, to a Hoaxtead mobster it makes perfect sense to insist that children could be anally raped 50 times per day and suffer no apparent effects other than slight scarring which was not even visible upon first inspection, and which was later found to be a normal variant. To a Hoaxtead mobster, it is an article of faith that it would be possible to ship thousands of babies per year via courier companies such as DHL, without anyone ever noticing or suspecting anything strange about the odd carton emitting (for example) the odour of a full nappy, or the occasional carton with a crying baby inside.
We’ve learned the hard way that there is really no point in explaining to Hoaxtead cultists that such things just don’t work that way, as they will simply stop up their ears and shout “PAEDO-SYMPATHISER-SHILL-PSYOP-CIA-MI5-MI6-BABY-KILLER-I-CAN’T-HEAR-YOU-LALALALALA” and so on, until one gives up in disgust and goes away.
So it was a pleasant surprise the other day to discover that at least one Hoaxtead believer seems willing, at least in theory, to ask the Dear Leaders a few harder questions than “just how evil is RD?” or “please explain how this was all covered up by the powers that be in order to protect their Satanist agenda”.
It started on the Plymouth Fury YouTube channel, with the infamous Awkward Question, the one that none of the Hoaxtead mobsters seem willing to touch:
“Plymouth Fury!” responded:
Imagine our surprise when PF actually engaged in a dialogue!
Okay, so he did the usual troofer thing of stating that “WHOEVER they are that did these horrible things to these kids…(should be) strung up by their GENITALS”, but he also mentioned that he’s planning to interview Ella soon, and that he’ll be asking her the Awkward Question, as he feels “its a very important detail that will make or break this case, no doubt”. The interaction ended on a non-combative note (remarkable in itself):Then a new-to-us commenter piped up with what we think is an excellent idea: “You have here an opportunity to ask people who think this whole thing is actually a con by Abraham Christie what hard questions they would ask Ella. You could be the one person that blows this case open by gathering together HARD questions from the ‘other side’ and MAKE her answer them rather than let her blather on for an hour about crap like other channels did”.To PF’s credit, he actually agreed: “A great idea….and believe me i am quite adamant about getting to the bottom of this”:
Well, tie our beaks and call us speechless!
Of course, our definition of a “hard question” might not be the same as PF’s, but this is one of the very few times we’ve heard a Hoaxtead believer agree that it’s important to avoid the canned or “softball” questions when talking to Ella (no one talks to Abe any longer, as his Creep Factor is off the scale).
But this conversation made us wonder: what questions would our readers like PF to ask Ella?
We know we’d like to hear her explanation of how she failed to notice the prominent tattoos on both fathers of her three children, and we can think of many more:
- How did Ella not notice that her children were bruised, torn, and bleeding in the anal area each day when they returned from school? After all, she was giving them regular enemas, and would have seen any damage that had taken place.
- Why did she feel the need to give them enemas in the first place?
- How did she feel when she watched her new boyfriend inflict punches, kicks, burns, and other physical injuries, as well as threats and verbal abuse, upon her children?
- Why did she and Abe invite Finnbarr to their home and allow him to question their children about the alleged cult? Was he sent as a scout for Brian Gerrish?
- Although Ella claimed from the outset that her ex-husband and her eldest son were “in the cult”, she has never expressed any concern for the young man’s well-being. Why is that?
We could go on (and on, and on), but now we’d like to turn it over to our readers: if you could ask Ella anything, what would it be? We’ll gather up your questions and deliver them to PF, and hope that he’ll be as good as his word in presenting them to Ella.