Sometimes it’s the little things. In yesterday’s blog post, we noted that RD’s children had stated that the so-called “cult” had somehow escaped being given a name:
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.
This struck us as very odd indeed. As regular commenter Justin Sanity pointed out:
The cult HAS NO NAME ! And of course, that is because it is imaginary.
But think about how revealing that was. These are supposed to be the cult leaders kids, no doubt being groomed to succeed him as Dipstick Shyster claims he was being groomed to succeed his father. Yet, the cult has apparently never revealed to these children, what they call themselves. In their whole lives, no cult member has even used their name for the group in front of them! BS!
Excellent point, Justin: the children state several times that their father is the “boss” of this cult, that cult members are inducted because their parents were in the cult before them, and that one day they will be the leaders of the cult…and yet they don’t know its name. Neither do they know what its core beliefs are, what its prayers or incantations are, what songs they sing, what rituals they perform (other than, you know, sex).
Anyone who attended church as a child will likely be able to tell you at least part of that church’s canon of beliefs. In Christianity, that would include Christ’s birth, life, teachings, death, and resurrection, along with some of the recited creeds, the Lord’s Prayer, and so forth. In Judaism, every child of even moderately observant parents will know how to recite the “Shema Yisrael”, as well as the various Hebrew blessings—over bread, over wine, over the Sabbath candles, etc. We don’t consider it extraordinary for a seven- or eight-year-old child to know these things—they simply absorb them via weekly (or even less) attendance at a house of worship.
And yet, despite almost daily exposure to the alleged “cult” in Hampstead, RD’s children don’t know the cult’s name, despite being groomed as eventual leaders. All the children know is that people “do sex” (which the little girl at first defined as “when they are hit with a big plastic stick between their legs”) and wear skulls and shit. They can’t even tell you why this is alleged to happen. All they’ve been taught to recite is the sexual details, the more lurid the better.
After all, boring diatribes on cult beliefs and practices won’t convince the troofer community—they want sex, blood, and gore, and plenty of it.
So what kind of cult has no name?
One of our intrepid researchers recalled a discussion by Abe, Ella, and Guidance 2222. In this video, released in July 2015, the three talk about the cult’s strange lack of a name, and what they think this really signifies:
Abe: It’s a death cult, right? This is why they’re sacrificing children. This cult has been practising this dark, this dark art for at least 26,000 years, looks like.
Guidance 2222: I mean the children were saying that they’ve got no name, this cult. (clears throat) Obviously there is, um, cults with names, is it true they’ve got no name, or only part of it?
Abe: Different people call the cult different names.
Ella: Ah! but you know what, some of this cult has no name. I heard this recently on one of these videos, about, um, they doing extensively in those cults, and they say that the most wicked ones do not have a name.
Abe: Precisely. Because they use, they use, how can I say? They use aspects of mystery, what are known as the mystery religions. And this is what Adam Weishaupt was commissioned by the Rothschilds to do, to collect all of the mystery religions’ knowledge, and bring it together, and this is…they united it under the umbrella of what they call the Illuminata. And this…
Abe: Yes, the illuminated one. And we believe that this of course, this refers to the rite of sodomy. [Whoa! Imagine my surprise!!!—Ed.] Illumination. Because that’s an integral part of this cult. The rite of sodomy whereby they stimulate the nerve endings at the base of the spine, when they penetrate the anal passage of the victim with whatever instruments they’re using. Because it’s not necessarily sexual. The…
Abe: …reason for penetrating the anal passage of the victims, for many, it’s merely the mechanical stimulation…
Ella: Control, control.
Ella: Control the victims.
Abe: …stimulation of the nerves at the base of the spine, in order to create a kundalini-like sensation where the…
Abe: Yeah, rising kundalini, where it stimulates the third eye in the pineal gland, and causes the victim to have flashes, or see lights, or for the third eye to become illuminated. Some people say that’s where the term “Illuminati” comes from.
Ella: No, the belief that by sodomising children they gonna get access to some other places in the universe where they gonna become…
Abe: It’s a star-gate… [Wot, like that show that McGyver was in?—Ed.]
Ella: It’s gonna become, they gonna become, like the lord of this particular part of the universe. So…
Guidance 2222: So they’re gonna come back as something bigger and better.
Ella: Exactly. I believe that all this, all this ideology behind it, is, um, a mere excuse to…
Abe: Smokescreen. For paedophiles.
Ella: …for what’s really going on. (clears throat) I think, I believe, that people joining this cult for power and money. That’s what’s happening. Because once they join, then they getting promotion, according to their talents, whatever, actors, musicians, artists, you know they getting promoted. And that’s why it’s getting more and more difficult for normal common people to advance in their careers, because all the doors locked, you know? You have to join the cult to grow as a profession.
Hands up, everyone who’s surprised that Abe managed to work his disgusting “rite of sodomy” theory into this. We really think he seems to get a sexual charge out of describing it; he positively croons over the words.
We were interested to note that Ella, who often remains silent or just occasionally giggles in the background on these early videos, seems to have some very definite ideas on what the cult is about: she interrupts Abe several times, prompting him and elaborating on his magic bum-sex woo theories. So apparently he’s not the only one who believes this nonsense.
She also states with some authority that “the most wicked (cults) do not have a name”. Oh! Well that explains it then. Thanks, Ella!
Where did she learn this fascinating tit-bit? Oh, er, “some videos”. As one does.
But anyone who claims that Ella was just taken for a ride by Abe will have that illusion shattered by this video: she is clearly a willing, indeed eager, participant, who is perfectly willing to sacrifice her own children for money and fame.
Well, she got the fame. One out of two ain’t bad.