Wesley Hall propagates anti-Semitic blood libel, threatens lecturer

Wesley P.P. Hall is known to us at Hoaxtead Research for his enthusiastic promotion of the Hampstead Satanic ritual abuse hoax, both on his own and under the guise of his self-styled “#OpDeatheaters” avatar.

Those in his home city of Manchester are familiar with Wesley as a “violent yob” with multiple criminal convictions including a vicious racially aggravated assault with a weapon in 2010, for which he received a two-year sentence. More recently, in 2015 Weaselly was evicted from a homeless shelter set up in Gary Neville’s Stock Exchange building, as his fellow campaigners complained that he was attempting to run the collective as his own personal fiefdom, and said he was “holding them back”. He’s also notorious for running various scams involving “collecting (money/clothing/computer equipment/etc.) for the homeless”, who somehow never seem to receive the products of his efforts. Basically just an all-round nice fellow, the type you’d like to introduce to your mates.

Most recently, we notice that Weaselly has been actively promoting an old, ugly, long-disproven anti-Semitic trope: the Jewish blood libel.

The blood libel, which arose in the Middle Ages, alleges that Jews murder Christian (or sometimes Muslim) babies and use their blood to bake matzoh, the “bread of affliction” which Jews eat during Passover. This false allegation has been used for centuries to justify attacks, pogroms, and genocide against Jews in various parts of Europe.

We should not need to point out that the blood libel runs completely counter to Jewish theology, which prohibits murder. The Torah also prohibits the consumption of animal blood: kosher meats are drained of their blood before they can be eaten. Jewish scholars interpret the relevant passages to include humans in that proscription.

So we must admit we were both taken aback and revolted when we happened upon the following post from Weaselly:

No, Weaselly, the blood libel is far from “a fact”, and it is certainly not backed up by “historical evidence”.

In fact, we challenge Weaselly to produce a single piece of “historical evidence” to support this outrageously racist allegation. The fact that a story is repeated in “folk songs and poetry” does not make it true; it simply means that the lie was spread via the spoken or sung word. The English folk tradition contains references to giants, fairies, witches, and monsters, but it would be a bit of a stretch for anyone (besides Weaselly and his motley crew) to assume that this meant such creatures existed historically.

One of Weaselly’s followers did attempt a rebuttal of his anti-Semitic nonsense…but not before the ever-gullible Jake Clarke weighed in with his thanks:

Note that Weaselly’s first response is to demand the name of the dissenter’s lecturer. Given his long history of violence and anti-social behaviour we found this quite alarming, and we will be notifying the lecturer in question.

In typical Weaselly style, he manages to conflate two equally false myths: the Jewish blood libel and “Satanic ritual abuse”. Does he really believe that they are one and the same, or that either of them is even remotely true? Who cares, as long as he gets lots of “likes” on Facebook?

This exchange points to a very disturbing and growing trend amongst the troofers—the use of old, dangerous anti-Semitic slurs as an excuse to promote violence and hatred in the fearful and gullible. Are we surprised to see this Hampstead mobster allying himself with this set of pernicious lies? Sadly, we are not.

And we predict that it won’t be long before some of Weaselly’s less intellectually gifted Hoaxtead mob friends start sharing this filth and proclaiming that it’s all true, they read it on the internet. Kristie Sue, over to you.

114 thoughts on “Wesley Hall propagates anti-Semitic blood libel, threatens lecturer

  1. Rebecca Edwards must be an idiot. She seems to take Weaselly’s word over that of a college lecturer. The suggestion that this man is just teaching what he’s told to teach and can’t think for himself is ridiculous. How arrogant they are.

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  2. Yes, how does she think people become lecturers? They have to do this thing called “studying”, and thus gain expertise in their field.

    Would I take Weaselly’s word over that of an educated person? Not on your life.

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  3. “Your uni lecturer is either deluded or involved in suppressing this information.”

    Notice how there are only two options. I don’t suppose it could be possible that the persion in question has simply looked into the subject and reached different conclusions to Wesley? No! He has to be mad or an Illuminati minion doesn’t he.

    As for Wesley debating this kind of thing with an educated person…I’ll get the popcorn. He doesn’t even know when he’s out of his depth.

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  4. Thanks for sharing this, EC.

    I was always skeptical about the conspiracy crowd but it wasn’t until I climbed aboard the Hoaxtead train that I realised how antisemitic they are. And I mean pretty much every bloody one of them. And it’s not just naïve prejudice, it’s sheer venom-spitting, pathological hatred and I seriously don’t get where it comes from. They bang on about the rights of the working class but they’re basically a bunch of far right neo-Nazi racists. And how the feck those two are compatible is anybody’s guess.

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  5. “The fact that a story is repeated in folk songs and poetry does not make it true.”

    But EC, Hansel & Gretel were real, weren’t they? Two children being kidnapped by an evil witch who wanted to eat them? Happens all the time on Hampstead Heath, you know.

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  6. Hey Wesley, I teach my pupils not to be racist or antisemitic too. What the fuck are you gonna do about it? Go on – come to my school and try live streaming a fucking debate with me and see what happens.

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  7. I’m not very impressed with that person giving out the name and location of her lecturer.
    Talk about throwing someone to the wolves, or should I say conspirasheep?

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  8. And for any newcomers who aren’t familiar with Eating Lives Matter, aka Tina ‘Kachina’ Simerly, this is she:

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  9. Comforting to know that this psycho has Kristie Sue’s full support. She’s been posting quite a lot of her stuff lately.

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  10. Well if you get an AI computer and APD in a room together, you know there will be one intelligent one there…
    (and it will be plugged into a wall socket)

    On a sliding scale of computing between an abacus and the Tianhe-2, APD is kind of, well, still using her fingers… and still getting five when adding 1 and 1…..

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  11. It’s scary to think when looking at Angie and the Genesis quote : ” God created man and woman in His own image” until you realise she was fashioned by the God of Grifters, Bellogir from the Planet Zog..snapped here by my paparazzi friend.

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  12. Quite apart from the probable nits in her hair, there is something incredibly obscene about this woman- the fact she and her gormless looking husband are faux “hippies”, preppers or “survivalists” pretending they are living off the land but in reality they are gun toting Nazi sympathizers who vote for Donald Trump.

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  13. Artificial intelligence would come in very handy for Angie, seeing as she doesn’t possess any of the real thing.

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  14. Wesley Hall: “I can’t create a new bill to stop uni lecturers bullshitting so I’ll use social media.”

    He has enough trouble with the ‘old bill’ doesn’t he?

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  15. We couldnt find any half decent local human volunteers so in the end we opted to incorporate Angelas brain maps into our robotic development program.

    Our team of programmers could not overide the organic impulse to grab a fag so we`ve gone back to mice now.

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  16. Lol, Paterson mentions Hoaxtead blog 3 times in his comments and not once did he spell it correctly. In fact he managed to misspell it in 2 different ways. What a truly great researcher he must be with skills like that.

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  17. Thanks TMH i shall check the link out. I am off to an appointment shortly but i will be back online once i get home. That is assuming that nothing untoward happens to me on the bus as threatened by Paterson.

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  18. Yes those HOAXTED and HOAXSTEAD blogs are a tad suspect.I feel sure the national crime centre will have a good laugh visiting them during their coffee and sandwich break.

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  19. Exactly mik7777, i have never been to either of those sites so i cannot pass judgement on them. I do know though that HOAXTEAD RESEARCH is a very good blog filled with facts.

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  20. Blimey I turn my back and the Weasel is at it again. I’m thinking that he will be trying to make a scam out of this maybe requesting funding to go and get people etc. His so called homeless campaigning has run dry because hes been scuppered by everyone and seen out of town. Its worth keeping an eye on him in the near future because its near Christmas his favourite scam time.

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  21. Watch in awe as Praterson storms the gates of the HR blog…and falls flat on his arse when confronted by the ‘staff’ 🙂

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  22. The Deans & Chancellors of Oxford, Cambridge, Harvard etc are queuing to hear the Wisdom of Wesley as he lectures on how the new syllabus will be dictated in his image. From a garbage can somewhere near Manchester.

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  23. Poor thing, hasn’t he yet realised we are run by the National Crime Centre?. There is council worker somewhere in London who I owe a beer to.

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  24. lol. Just too funny. Still just to be safe I’m popping down to the Winchester Club and asking that nice Mr Daley if I can borrow his Terry for a few days.

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  25. I have seen for myself these offensive videos, having a young child myself. However, i don’t blindly allow my child to use any form of the internet unsupervised as i imagine most parents do also. There was one channel called “Hey Kids” which started with nursery rhymes and then when off the scale, where the channel become more adult and a tad scary. An Asian man with a computerised weird face began to insult people. One video in which he sang Jack and Jill, after singing he said “What do you think their mother did to them after? She beat them. Tell us in the comments how your mother beat you” Then he turned into some weird A.I robot, ultimately turning into Hitler. Ok, so in my eyes, this was a parody, also obviously not to children. It highlighted the dangers of letting children use Youtube without a parent monitoring. I have a lot of issues with parents allowing young children to use phones, laptops and tablets without monitoring, also those parents that allow young children to have social media accounts. But, yes there is a lot of questionable content on youtube. No doubts.

    I have seen some suspicious activity in where very sick people do indeed collect and like videos of young children doing gymnastic and that kind of thing and yes, often talking to other people for email contact to exchange and send each other links. I have reported a few of these to youtube and yes, youtube found that these people didn’t break the rules of youtube. We all know that reporting things online often is usually a smack in the face, this does need to change.

    Evidence of child trafficking on youtube? That sounds like a hunch on this Vloggers behalf, obviously to please his subscribers and to generate money. Does it happen, who knows?

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  26. Harris is using her for his own egomaniacal ends.

    Then again, so have Ella and Abe, Sabine, and a host of other Hoaxtead mobsters, all of whom know that she never questions anything they say, and is happy to be known as the “town bicycle”. Everyone’s had a ride on good old Kristie Sue.

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  27. Lol, has anybody got a spare CPU they can pass on to Angie as it may allow her to compute a few basic words etc.

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  28. Yes Reverand Bruce Howard, Youtube and Facebook do not really seem to appreciate the public notifying them of dodgy videos and posts. They never cease to amaze with some of the reports that are made to them which they decide do not break their community guidelines. The government need to come down on these platforms in a big way.

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  29. What a waste of however many years, obsessing over something that never happened, waiting for it to be forgotten so someone can start it up again. Sad. Even the loony’s on the pizzagate groups don’t believe it anymore.

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  30. Mike Veale’s farcical Conifer inquiry ripped to shreds by people who actually know what they’re talking about:

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  31. Why does my brain insist on reading this man’s name as MUNCHKIN?
    I had to literally copy it out on paper today , to verify that it doesn’t read that way.
    Is this senility, or has something like that happened to others?

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  32. Ditto our little Glastonbury Hitler Mädchen, Araya Soma. She posts absolutely vile anti-Semitic memes on her facebook profiles. She also claims to be part Jewish, as if that gave her some right to her disgusting views. I do not understand how people can be so deliberately stupid and ahistorical.

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  33. Hi Justin. Pardon my ignorance but I’m not getting the Munchkin reference. What name are you saying is similar to it?

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  34. Praterson: “I’m one of the best researchers in the World.”

    Really? Let’s put that theory to the test…

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  35. Sorry, the man’s name is really MNUCHIN apparently.
    Leaving that out, definitely was senility 🙂

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  36. Mnuchin? Sorry, that’s not ringing a bell with me. Am I being really dim (as usual)?

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  37. Soooo, basically anyone on the internet who uses the pseudonym of a Greek goddess is … me! I’m flattered (and I’m not a member of deviantart).
    The funny thing is… by re-posting my comments to her blog, she’s basically repeating my views about Nathaniel Harris, so I’m totally fine with that. Thanks Krusty, please keep sharing.
    Also – please feel free to contact me on my sooper seekret pallasathenanike email, give it out to anyone you please. Do you seriously think my IP address leads anywhere? Anyone reading this blog knows that I live in Glastonbury, and that’s about the limit of any information you’ll get from an IP address. If this were not so, I would be using a VPN.
    Kristy Su – you’re a child abuser and an enabler of abuse. Your posting of the children’s testimonies and identities is a form of abuse. You’re not fighting for anything except excitement and attention for yourself, and you are endangering innocent people, including children. It’s a criminal offense here in the UK to identify child victims of sexual crime, and you can be sure that if you ever do enter the UK, or the EU you will probably be arrested.
    There. Post that on your arse-wipe of a blog.

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  38. Would he really give you an IP address of his own location?

    I would check to see who’s ploner is being pulled there.

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  39. Let’s see now…

    1100’s
    Rumors that adult members of Catholic Orders (Benedictine Monks) were molesting and even sodomizing children in their care (novice monk-lets in Benedictine monastery seminaries) are circulating…
    “In the middle of the eleventh century, Peter Damian, himself a member of the Benedictine Order, had publicly denounced the sexual misbehaviour of monks and clerics…sexual relationships between adult men and male youths don’t appear to have been the only concern for Peter…” [Seeing sodomy in the Middle Ages]…
    and then a raped & murdered boy’s body is discovered. In response, a Defender of the Faith (Thomas of Monmouth) concocts paranoid conspiracy theories that some OTHER community in their society (Jews) are committing horrific crimes against children including ritual sacrifice, and spreads this propaganda with evangelical fervor.

    1970s-1980s
    Rumors that adult members of Catholic Orders (Christian Brothers) were molesting and even sodomizing children in their care (orphan boys at Mount Cashel Orphanage) are circulating…
    “In December 1975 the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary (RNC) began an investigation into physical and sexual abuse allegations at the Mount Cashel Orphanage. This resulted in 5 staff who were members of the Christian Brothers of Ireland in Canada being implicated by 20 residents. The investigation was curtailed by the Chief of the RNC on instruction from the Department of Justice, despite 2 members of the CBIC admitting sexual wrongdoing. No further residents were interviewed and the 2 staffmembers were placed in treatment centres outside the province and then transferred to other CBIC-operated institutions in Canada”…
    In response, a Defender of the Faith (Dr Lawrence Pazder) concocts paranoid conspiracy theories that some OTHER community in their society (secret satanic abuse cults) are committing horrific crimes against children including ritual sacrifice, and spreads this propaganda with evangelical fervor.

    He’s right! History is repeating itself – just not the way he describes it 🙂 🙂 🙂

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  40. @Liza – yes 🙂
    But that’s not really important. The question is why my brain keeps translating mnuchin as munchkin -?

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  41. No, it’s just that your comment sounded like it linked to something when it didn’t and no one could figure out how that guy’s name came up or what it was to do with. My brain hurts 😀

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  42. We told that dirty girl to wash her hands before she scratches her bum! Even Pin Worms have standards! sheeesh

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