Every now and then the Hoaxtead mob slow down their antics enough for us to do a bit of tidying up—housekeeping, as it were.
Anyone who’s been following the blog over the past few weeks will have noticed that things have been rather hectic around here. First there was the issue of the Awkward Question, which confused not only Ella and Abe, but their sycophantic disciples like Kristie Sue Costa. And then, when they finally did answer it, they managed to shoot themselves neatly in both feet, claiming first that RD had only got his tattoo in 2013, after he’d left Ella; and then that Ella’s ex-husband hadn’t had a tattoo at all.
This later morphed into “Ella’s ex-husband, her eldest son, and her ex-husband’s wife were never in the cult, Ella just said they were because she was confused”. Of course, this meant that the children must have been lying when they said that their brother was “in it” and that he’d molested them. Whoops, another foot bullet!
Then there was the issue of several prominent Pizzagate (now conveniently re-named Pedogate because reasons) promoters suddenly doing an about-face and stating publicly that the Hampstead SRA hoax was, well, a hoax. That set the cat amongst the pigeons. It was troofer versus troofer, and now suddenly they were all calling one another “paedo-supporters” and shills and such, rather than aiming their invective our way. Meanwhile many of our readers were struggling with the idea of a limited detente with people who’d formerly bitterly opposed us. It all got very confusing and very messy.
Then, about a week ago, things suddenly slowed to a crawl. Aside from a few belligerent, incoherent rants from Abe, and a bit of Angie/Heifer drama, it’s once again quiet on the Hoaxtead front.
We’re not foolish enough to think this war is over, but things are quiet right now, and so our plan for the next few days (or until the next major crisis, whichever comes first) is to busy ourselves by updating the Frequently Asked Questions section of the blog. (For newcomers, you’ll find the FAQ conveniently located on the upper right-hand corner of the page, just under the friendly “Hoaxtead” sign.)
As we complete each page we’ll post it here for your review and comments.
We’d like to ask our readers to help us by noting places where we might have left things out, or areas where we could be more clear in our wording. As you know, we intend the FAQ to be a standing repository of reliable information about the Hampstead SRA hoax from start to finish, so the work we do over the next while will remain so long as this blog is online. We’d like to make it as factual, clear, and user-friendly as possible.
Of course, should anything startling occur in Hoaxtead-land, we’ll be there, pencils sharpened and ears open, as always.
But until then, that FAQ isn’t going to write itself!