A curious trait of the Hoaxtead mob is their ability to add up 1+1+1+1+1 and somehow decide that it equals 47.
Case in point: Belinda’s attempt to rally the troops yesterday on her Facebook page.
New Year Day 6/traditional end of Christmas and I’m starting to feel cautiously optimistic about 2018, thanks to a positive and productive mini-summit meeting yesterday with core colleagues in the Association of McKenzie Friends. We’ve formulated a number of plans of action for going forwards this year in the continuing fight for justice for children, parents & families in the courts, also for whistle-blowers against institutional and/or ritual child abuse, on whom the heavy hand of our paedophile-protecting state invariably descends to shut them up, rather than that the children’s own voices are heard or the real truth comes out… 2017 was a particularly trying year on the whistle-blower front, with Peter Hofschroer losing his appeal and being extradited in July to undergo trial in Austria (which apparently hasn’t taken place yet – instead, as he feared all along would happen, he’s being held in a mental institution…)
Then came Rupert Quaintance’s trial and conviction in August; he’s still in Wandsworth jail but hopefully due for deportation back to the US on 13th January.
Then, all through December ‘Lambeth Whistle-blower’ Brian Pead was on trial for the 6th time down at Woolwich, yet another spectacle of justice gone totally pear-shaped in order to secure the desired guilty verdict. He’ll be sentenced on 26th January.
Veteran McKenzie Friend and human rights activist Maurice Kirk also went down again on 14th December for 2 years, while children’s care-homes whistle-blower Melanie Shaw still languishes in prison somewhere in the north of England (she’s been shifted around so often I’ve lost track of exactly where she is right now…).
And of course, in 2017 both Sabine for the nth time and I too for once suffered arrest and having property seized, although in my case I seem to have been let off the hook (?) Altogether, last year there was far too much traipsing back and forth to police-stations, courts & prisons for my liking, not to mention spending days on end in the courts witnessing brave, honourable people being criminalised themselves for carrying out their citizen’s duty to report crime. I fully intend this year to be entirely different! True, Sabine is due back in court at Blackfriars on Monday morning for Stage 1 of the pre-trial process, not to mention the trial itself looming for this spring or summer but her solicitor reassures her that she has a good case and she is cheerfully hopeful of the trial being called off or collapsing half-way through again, like last time. We have so much that’s POSITIVE we want to get on with – please all, VISUALISE us overcoming attempts to shut us down and VISUALISE things dramatically improving from now on for UK society, most especially for the children!
We’ve marked the names of the imprisoned, accused, and arrested in bold for quick reference.
Clearly, as we predicted this time last year, 2017 was not kind to the Hoaxtead mob and their allies (though why Melanie Shaw should be included in this list is a bit puzzling, since she basically told Belinda and Sabine to do one when they tried to draft her to their cause).
Rupert to be deported
We were interested to learn that Rupert is in line to be deported back to the United States in the near future. Given that his sentence included a criminal behavioural order preventing him from broadcasting anything about the Hampstead hoax for the next five years, we hope (but are not convinced) that on his return home he’ll be able to restrain himself from harassing his victims any further. This will be the true test: has he learnt anything from his unfortunate UK experience?
Sabine hearing tomorrow
Sabine, who has been out on bail since 16 December, is due back at Blackfriars Crown Court on Monday morning. We hope that her trial date will be announced at tomorrow’s hearing; we’ll be watching closely and will report any news here.
Given her recitation of legal failures (or victories, depending on which side of the fence you’re on), Belinda’s sparkly optimism about Sabine’s chances at trial seems a little strange. Of course we are unable to engage in any speculation as to the outcome of Sabine’s trial, but we’ll point out that she is facing a total of 19 charges this time—a daunting prospect for any defendant. Perhaps if we all VISUALISE our preferred outcome….[insert eye-roll here]
We wonder whether Belinda ever stops to wonder why it is that all her friends seem to wind up arrested, sectioned, deported, or in prison?
Oh right, we remember now: it’s the dreaded Shadow People [insert second eye-roll here, plus scary music].
We do share one thing in common with Belinda, however (and no, it’s not that we’re both carbon-based life forms): we have every reason to expect that 2018 is shaping up to be a very interesting year indeed.