How can you tell a Hoaxtead mobster thinks someone might be getting a bit too close to the truth? We all know the answer: they lash out, they blast the person with hateful messages, they claim he or she is a baby-eater, a paedophile, an all-round bad egg, and their mother dresses them funny. They try to find out details about the person’s life, and then they use it to write vicious defamatory emails to their employers, their friends, their families…and they don’t stop until the person shuts up and stops telling the truth.
Everyone who’s posted here has at one time or another been targetted by Hoaxtead mobsters in this way. We all know how disruptive, distressing, and downright scary it can be.
But lest anyone think that Hoaxtead mobsters reserve this behaviour only for those they think are RD (i.e., everyone who writes or comments on this blog), rest assured: if a fellow conspiracy theorist steps out of line, the mobsters will not hesitate to turn the full force of their attack on them, as well.
As you know, a trio of women—Echo Truths, Lulu from “Itsgonnab alright”, and Katrina McCaffery—put together a two-part video debunking the hoax earlier this week.
It was literally a matter of hours before Katrina began getting doxxed and trolled by people who wanted her to shut up and stop telling the truth about Hampstead. Other YouTubers have jumped into the fray, agreeing with the three women that Hampstead is, well, a hoax: Titus Frost, Random Rants of Ryan, JNoir, Johnny Supertramp…each day the list grows larger, and as it does, the pushback escalates:
At one point someone dug up an old mug shot from many years ago, claiming that it “proved” Katrina was a child abuser. She offered a very cogent explanation of how the allegations came about, and how the case was dismissed, on two videos Friday night—the first with Titus Frost, and the second with Echo Truths. On the ET video, Katrina showed not only the mug shot with the original charges, but the court discharge sheet showing that the case had been quickly dismissed after the complainants admitted they’d lied.
Even so, those who believe in the Hampstead hoax have continued defaming Katrina. Little things like logic and evidence mean nothing to them. They’d rather guard Abe and Ella’s version of the hoax, as it meshes with their own beliefs…even if it means trashing people they formerly supported.
Like ripples in a pond, word of the two-part debunking video has been spreading through the online conspiracy community, provoking predictable reactions from the true believers.
When Pizzagate supporter Titus Frost dared to state that he believed that ET, Lulu, and Kitty were right about the Hampstead SRA hoax, he too was targetted: at about 6:55 on his Friday night video featuring Kitty, he said, “A lot of things have happened since these two videos went up. I’ve had to unfriend some people on Facebook because one of the guys who was pushing on me…a video which they said was linked to Pizzagate and clearly is not, a guy named Kane Slater…sent me a lot of nasty messages when that was debunked, and now he’s sent me more nasty messages because I supported these two videos here that were put up”. As one of Titus’ guests remarked, “(Kane) tends to threaten that if you don’t speak about Hampstead, then he’ll go around the internet and call you a baby eater”.
Then, at about 28:00 Titus says, “There’s another one who like followed me, and became friends with me and never said anything, but I’m sure she was watching me for intel reasons, was Kris Costa”.
Titus, sorry to break it to you lad, but Kane and Kristie Sue are just the tip of the Hoaxtead mobster iceberg. To people like Kane and Kristie Sue, people like Titus are useful inasmuch as they promote things like Pizzagate…but if they step out of line, they will find themselves targetted by those who see them as heretics and infidels.
It’s by turns strange, fascinating, and disturbing to watch troofers turn on their own like this. As Karnevilnine said last evening, “I’m no fan of these people but I’m sure glad they have finally seen through Abe and Ella’s bullshit”. We’d add that while we disagree with many of the beliefs expressed by those who are now seeing the Hampstead hoax for what it is, we fully back them in their efforts to spread the truth within their community. We know how difficult it is to change long-cherished beliefs, and some of our own supporters started off believing in the hoax, so kudos to anyone who not only has the courage to examine their own assumptions, but has the intestinal fortitude to go out and announce their change of heart to the world at large.
For two years now we’ve felt as though we were preaching to the converted. We gathered facts, sifted through evidence, debated possible interpretations of what we found, and tried to ensure that anything we published was verifiable (and when it couldn’t be verified we said so). But on some level we always knew that we were doing this primarily for the benefit of people who already believed that the hoax was a hoax.
Now, all our work has begun to spread into the troofer community…and we see this as a major leap forward, and a moment of great opportunity. Yes, it’s a bit strange to start making common cause with people we’ve thought of as our enemies. But if they can find it within themselves to do a 180º turn on Hoaxtead, surely we can find it in ourselves to offer them our support in getting the message out.