Deborah ‘Mad-Moo’ Mahmoudieh seems to be in a bit of a mood today, and while it took us a bit of time to work out exactly why she was flinging her toys out of the pram with unusual gusto, we think we’ve finally got it.
It all hinges upon something called “Lightworkers of the world”. What is a “lightworker”, you might ask? Not, as we first imagined, someone who fixes broken lamps for a living.
No, a “lightworker” seems to be…well, we’re not really sure, but we think it involves thinking good thoughts, accelerating the evolution of the world, being empathic and spiritual, and sharing a lot of inspirational quotes on pictures of sunsets.
Sounds mostly harmless, and apparently it’s a popular pastime: there are several “Lightworkers of the World” groups on Facebook alone, leading us to suspect we might be missing out on something: Why, you might ask, is Deborah unhappy with this relentlessly happy-sounding bunch of people?
Well, it seems that one of these groups had the unmitigated gall to reject a link which Debs had posted in their group.
Worse yet, they cut off the bottom half of the link, so that it looked as though Debs was actually saying,
We should all just ignore this mother—she is a “liar”—a “child abuser” who with the aid of “cannabis drinks” joined her boyfriend in “torturing” her children to make “hoax” allegations of a CSA, baby-trafficking and murder ring. Her “motive” for employing her children toward casting suspicion on multiple members of the local community including teachers, police and social workers, was to stop estranged and abusive Dad’s twice monthly contact. This is it
Oh dear. Not quite the message Debs was trying to get across, we’re quite certain.
Indeed it was not.
We’ll let Debs herself tell you how delighted she was to find that her message had been truncated in a rather inconvenient place:
Right, that’s it, let it all out, Debs.
So the Lightworker-in-Chief apparently said,
Deborah has already left. However I will quote our guidelines. “The prime purpose of Lightworkers of the World is to accelerate the evolution of humanity by raising vibration of self and others”. Deborah’s post was deleted because it was an attack on the mother [It was?—Ed.]; had nothing to do with saving children.
Uh-oh. In Debs’ book, them’s fightin’ words…and so it came to pass that Deborah had a massive raging temper tantrum on her Facebook page.
Then her best bosom pal Kristie Sue jumped in to reassure Debs that the Lightworkers were a bunch of poo-poo heads anyway, and probably cointelpro or some damn thing: It probably says something very bad about us that we were highly amused by all this. We’re quite certain our reaction will not contribute in any way to accelerating the evolution of humanity by raising anyone’s vibrations, unless you count the fact that our shoulders were shaking while we laughed.
Never mind. We are now going to sit in the lotus position and chant OM for a while to make up for our unseemly laughter. Later, gators.