Just as we were growing accustomed to the delicious sounds of silence from people like Kristie Sue “I BELIEVE!” Costa and Maria “Let’s organise a kidnapping posse” MacMahon, they float back up to the top of the Hoaxtead mobster cesspool once more. Thanks to Ethel the Aardvark for pointing this one out:
This kissy-kissy lovey-dovey bit of mutual masturbation is a bit hard to stomach, but it confirms a few things we’ve heard from a couple of sources recently.
We’d heard, for example, that in the past few months Maria had wound her neck back in as a result of concerns about her Hoaxtead activities attracting a bit too much police attention. Long-time readers will no doubt recall that Maria and some of her friends got together on her Facebook page more than a year ago to discuss the possibility of finding and kidnapping RD’s children. It was only when Maria received a message from a Daily Mail contact of our acquaintance that she did an immediate and panicked volte face, and hastily began deleting all evidence of the kidnapping discussion.
Since then she’s stuck her head above the parapet a few times, but not so much in recent months.
We expect she and her friend Helen McMenamin (who plays Lady Macbeth to her louder but less strategically minded husband Jim) might have had a wee heart-to-heart, after Helen and Jim received an unexpected visitor who explained to them that it’s perfectly fine for them to believe whatever they like about the Hampstead SRA hoax, but it’s not such a fabulous idea to broadcast defamatory and harassing material across the internet.
Interesting, too, that Kris, Helen, and Maria are still fully paid-up members of the infamous Sooper Seekrit Facebook Groop™, though we understand it’s been languishing a bit lately.
We’re genuinely sorry to hear that Maria has been struggling with serious health issues recently—we wish her no ill, and hope she makes a speedy recovery. We do find it ironic and rather sad that she seems to believe that RD’s children repeated Frank Herbert’s rather famous “Fear is the mind killer” quote from his novel Dune of their own accord, but if that mantra helps her stay on top of her current situation, more power to her.
‘No child could repeat all that’
Speaking of children who’ve been coached to repeat things they don’t really understand, this four-year-old child with the unfortunate name of Abraham Christie is a perfect example:
You can hear a man—his father?—in the background, encouraging and coaching him, but this little fellow has clearly absorbed the message he’s meant to repeat. His gestures and intonations, complete with fiery-eyed air punches, are pitch-perfect right down to singing and clapping along to a gospel hymn.
Does he grasp the meaning of what he’s saying? Hard to say. But he has learned it, and he knows that repeating it makes his dad happy.
Now, imagine a pair of children four or five years older, whose mother has allowed her creepy career criminal boyfriend to isolate them in a foreign country so he can “train” them to repeat certain allegations against their father, their friends, their teachers, their whole community. Watching little Abraham “preach it” in the video above, it’s easy to believe that two much older children, both of whom are very intelligent and well-spoken, could be induced to say what they did.
Next time a troofer informs us that “no child of that age could absorb and repeat that much information without having gone through it themselves”, we’ll suggest they watch the plethora of YouTube videos in which much younger children recite—with feeling—material they are far too young to grasp. For an intelligent, motivated child, it’s not nearly as difficult as the Hoaxtead mob seems to think.