We knew it had to happen at some point. One of the rules of being a CCN video-blogger (or an ex-CCN video-blogger, as more and more people seem to be) is that when the inevitable dust-up happens, you are obligated to write a wordy, self-justifying confessional blog post about it, blaming everyone but yourself for the shambles you’ve made. Apparently.
So we weren’t surprised yesterday when HoaxGirl, doyenne of the “Quantum Energy Generator” (yeah, just try and say that without using air quotes….can’t be done), “orgonite” (ditto), and “forbidden tech” (don’t even ask), blogged about how hard done by she was during her time with CCN.
In her opening salvo, she blasted former colleague Mel Ve:
The primary reason for my leaving CCN is because I witnessed Mel Ve (CCN’s Creative Director), handing over reams of private and confidential skype conversations of her paying customers to a government run Satanic tabloid blog for publication.
She did?! That’s awful!
Oh wait, does she mean us? Does HoaxGirl have the unmitigated gall to call us a “government run Satanic tabloid blog”? We hope she realises that those words constitute slander, as the only part that’s true is the word “blog”. But never mind, we’ve heard worse.
The publishing went on for several days as Mel continued to hand over document after document to be published on this blog. Mel Ve also handed over other people’s financial information, their addresses, and much more for publishing. The evidence of which can be seen Here, Here, Here, Here, Here, and Here.
Fair enough, that happened. It wasn’t exactly the Pentagon papers (hands up, anyone old enough to remember those), but it made for interesting reading, we’ll admit.
CCN charges their broadcasters and I had given CCN thousands of dollars over the time I was with them.
Okay, we’ll be blunt. We happen to think that the CCN business model is not particularly good value for money…but can HoaxGirl really complain if she signed up for their services in full knowledge of what she’d be receiving for her fees? As far as we’re aware, CCN delivered exactly what they promised.
Things were changing in my life and I was moving, so I took a break from broadcasting for a couple of months while I moved. Even though I was no longer broadcasting, I was still giving CCN a charitable donation of $50 a month. When I saw Mel Ve hand over her customers private information to a malicious third party for publication I stopped my monthly donation.
After stopping this donation I received a blackmail letter from Mel Ve stating… “$50 is not a lot to pay for my silence for what I know about you”… I said nothing, and did nothing in response to this. Mel Ve then sent that letter to be published on the malicious trolling blog. Since this time she has continued to publish statements on that blog giving out my financial information, and my address.
Hmm. That’s not exactly how we remember it.
Thank you for cancelling your monthly donation of 50 bucks. I myself have been trying to figure out a way to not feel as though I am keeping my silence for such a small fee, because I have a lot to say to you, and have done so for a while, which is why I know you have been avoiding me….(T)here is no reason any longer for us to remain silent anymore about what we know. It is not like I have anything further to lose. Your most valued friendship was gone the day you lied to me about Wilhelmina (the lady who gave Hope $120 000 of her inheritance—Mel) saying she had an issue with CCN, when in fact it was your mother Valerie.
Perhaps it’s the mention of the $120,000 that has HoaxGirl so hot and bothered; she doesn’t like people knowing how much she’s conning from the gullible. Pleading poverty is ever so much more effective! By the way, we certainly were never told her address or any other contact information, just for the record.
Back to HoaxGirl:
I am no stranger to being trolled because of my work in free energy.
Hahahahahaha! That’s like saying, “I’m no stranger to being trolled because of this here snake oil I sell. Care for a bottle? It cures everything from impetigo and cancer to housemaid’s knee. Only $500 a bottle, $1,200 for two! Step right up, git yer (costly but completely useless) snake oil here!” and then being surprised when the townsfolk get together and run you out of town on a rail.
My very involvement with CCN turned me, my project, and my family into a refreshed target, and it was the worst targeting I’ve ever experienced. There are highly funded covert trolling groups that target every broadcaster on CCN, and we were no different. Because of this I’ve had many blogposts and youtube videos created about me in an outright public defamation campaign of false accusations and outright lies.
Oh, back to the “highly funded covert blah blah blah” again, are we? Well, whoever is funding us, could you please start mailing the cheques to the right address, then? Because we haven’t seen a penny in our two-and-a-bit years of operation. As for untrue blog posts, if HoaxGirl could kindly point to anything we’ve published about her which is untrue, we’ll be very happy to discuss it with her. So far as we’re aware, though, everything we’ve reported about her is true.
(W)hile I did work with Mel Ve, it was in an extremely limited capacity. She did not know me or my project or my personal affairs and about 99% of the things she is boldly writing about me all over the internet are complete fabrications from her own mind.
We’ll let Mel answer that on her own behalf, if she chooses to do so. However, our independent research has confirmed many of her allegations, such as HoaxGirl’s fanatical hatred of Lisa M. Harrison and Dani Arnold McKenny.
Perhaps more interesting than HoaxGirl’s spat with Mel Ve is this:
It looks as though YouTube has started to wise up to HoaxGirl, and the cash cow has started to dry up. As always, it’s everyone else’s fault, and has nothing to do with that whole snake oil thing at all. No, it’s all about CCN, Mel Ve, and YouTube…oh, and the “satanic trolls”…er, that is, us. Stand up and take a bow, everyone.