Well, colour us disappointed.
Over the past week we have dropped a number of bombshells on the Hampstead SRA hoax. We’ve laid it all out as clearly as possible, explained it so that even the hard-of-thinking can grasp the essence of what we’re saying…and demonstrated that several fundamental contradictions illustrate that either the children or Ella and Abe must be lying.
And yet we’ve had nary a nibble from any of the troofers who until last week claimed that Hoaxtead was utterly, completely real, and that the children’s video testimony could never be questioned.
The curious case of the cult boss with no tattoos
We noted that the children had stated on video several times that RD was a lifelong member of the cult—in fact, the “boss” of it—and that the cult was multi-generational, with membership passed from one generation to the next.
From the police ABE interview video with Child Q:
Police: Then you said there’s a bit where your Dad put the brown coloured willy, plastic willy …
Child Q: No but my Dad, my Dad doesn’t have a brown one.
Police: No? What one?
Child Q: He’s the, he’s the boss of the whole religion, the whole culture, he’s the like, the boss.
Police: And what’s this religion called?
Child Q: It’s not called nothing.
And from the Finnbarr interview with Child P:
Finnbarr: So you were saying that your grandmother is in on it as well? Your father’s mother. Or…
Child P: Yes, my father’s mother and my father’s grandmother.
Finnbarr: They are all in on it. Goodness me.
P: Yes. Well you know. Papa’s family, well, RD’s family.
Finnbarr: RD’s family.
P: They’ve got black circles around their eyes. Big patches. Because of the sugar. That’s what Abraham says. My mother knows cause she saw them.
Finnbarr: Right. Very strange.
P: My mum said when we were babies, like the, my father, well, RD’s grandmother she was like mum I don’t know mum saying that the Grandmother saying oh look at that, look at that, like all the time, when we were babies, at our private stuff.
So: the kids, whose testimony is never to be doubted for even a millisecond, have said that RD is the “boss of the whole (curiously nameless) religion”; and that his entire family is “in on it”.
However, Abe is now attempting to claim that unlike every other alleged cult member, who received their genital tattoos in childhood, RD got his in 2013, after he had separated from Ella.
So…were the children lying about the cult being multi-generational? Were they mistaken about RD being the “boss”? Were they making that whole tattoo business up?
Note to Abe: it doesn’t look great when you claim that the children’s testimony is sacrosanct, and then turn around and contradict it. Just saying.
And then there’s the issue of Ella’s ex-husband and eldest son
As if this weren’t enough, we pointed out that according to Nathan Stolpman, who interviewed Ella at some length, she had originally “mentioned that Mr. Draper, her ex-husband, was also involved with the cult, the Satanic cult. I’ve spoken with her now since and asked her about it and she says now she doesn’t believe that was the case and that was maybe something she was prompted into coming up with at the time when she was under duress”.
This, of course, directly conflicts with the video “evidence” given by the children at Jean-Clement Yaohirou’s house on 4 September 2014:
Child Q: Me, and my sister, and my brother don’t have tattoos.
Jean-Clement: No tattoos?
Q: No. If my mum was doing it, if my mum was touching me, I would have had a tattoo right now.
JC: Why is that—
Abe: Tell him about your brother [Xxxxx], tell him about your brother.
Q: Yeah, he doesn’t have it yet, no.
Abe: But tell him what he does.
Q: He does…he touches us, he does, um, sex to us.
Abe: Tell him about…listen to this. Her first husband, basically they picked her. They picked her. They selected her, the mother, they selected her. First husband, he’s one…(aside to child: Shush!)…he’s one, he’s an investment banker. He does, he has a baby with her, and the boy, he done sex with the boy, 17 years….Her first husband. She left him. Her first husband told the second guy, go and get her.
Not to mention one of the original videos, made en route back to the UK from Morocco the previous day:
Ella: What is decided?
Child P: We decided that we shall stop killing babies and we shall stop doing sex. It’s just going to be pointless and it’s just going to have to be going to jail and go back.
Ella: So what are we going to do? We are going to protect other babies and children, huh? And save all the children that are involved.
Child P: Yes. And [Xxxxx] was in it.
Child Q: When you face the fear you get less fear.
We have both children, Child P and Child Q, asserting very clearly that their older brother was “in it” and that he “touches us” and “does sex to us”.
And you have both of them stating that their father was the “boss of the whole religion” and that his mother, his grandmother, and indeed his entire family is “in on it”.
And then you have Ella saying that her ex-husband (and by extension the son she had with him) is not in the cult.
And Abraham is saying that RD, unlike every other cult member, and despite being the “boss”, never got around to getting his genital tattoo until he was well shot of Ella. Because reasons.
Right, got it.
So we think it’s fair to conclude from this that the kids really were just repeating stories they’d been told to tell, not things they’d actually experienced. As we’ve maintained all along.
And yet not a single troofer, with the exception of some tosser named “Joseph”, has had a single thing to say about these extraordinary developments. They cannot claim they don’t know: we know that the Hoaxtead mob keeps a close eye on this blog, and we’ve been writing about this for a few days now.
But not a word. Not from Kristie Sue, who is usually at the forefront of the charge to defend Ella and to claim that she “believes the children”. Not from Angela, who despite never reading us always seems to know what we’ve said about her. Not from Alan Alanson/Boyes/?, who hovers around this place like a thirsty mosquito. Not Kane Slater…well, all right, that kind of makes sense. He’s usually pretty baked, and it often takes him days or weeks to catch up with the rest of his troofer pals.
So come on, you lot: what do you think? Were the children telling the truth when they were recorded in 2014? Are Abe and Ella telling the truth now?
Because it can’t be both. You’re going to have to choose.
Which side are you on?