It’s become a truism at Hoaxtead Research: just when we think a Hoaxtead mobster has scraped the bottom of the barrel and cannot possibly do anything more foul and hateful…they manage to do it.
Yesterday’s video by Angela Power-Disney, case in point.
Angela opens by taking her dog for a walk to the cemetery where her sister Fiona is buried.
By the sounds of her huffing and puffing along, you’d think she was running a marathon, but the camera shows her moving at a walking pace. Time to cut back on the fags, Angie.
Once she gets to her sister’s grave, the real intention of the visit becomes clear. She claims that neither the birth nor death date on her sister’s tomb is correct, and insinuates that there’s some sort of nefarious reason for this: “I owe it to myself and my sister to get to the bottom of this….(Younger sister) Anne-Marie claims it was a mistake”.
“Her death is listed on this very expensive stone as the second of May, 2015, and I posted a video about the discrepancy between the real times of death and coroner-listed times of death, I posted it in my group on Facebook today called ‘Mind Control, Social Engineering and Diabolical Experiments in the UK and US’.”
Nothing like a catchy name to attract users to your Facebook group, eh, Angie?
I argued at the inquest, such as it was, that rigor mortis would indicate that Fiona died on May the first, it was a May Day sacrifice. My father was possibly (long theatrical sigh) you know, utilised to do one more kill. Despite his age, I think he’s now 92, he’ll be 93 in July.
Yes, you read that right. Angela is accusing her 90-year-old father of having murdered her sister. Oh, and not just murdering her for his own reasons, either—no, he was “utilised” to “do one more kill”.
Does Angela realise that she is not living in a spy thriller? This is not an extended replay of The Manchurian Candidate, Angela. And The Matrix was not a documentary. Just thought you might like to know.
Not content with accusing her own father of murder, Angela tries to claim that her sister was actually a “whistle-blower” in England:
Two days, two or three days before Fiona’s death the Health Service in England tried to fire her, she had been whistle-blowing on a psychiatric consultant in Greater Manchester and since she started to whistle blow on him she was absolutely tortured at work. And then, she was highly almost sick with work-related stress mostly, although some physical ailments we both suffered hugely in our childhood and it takes its toll on the physical body.
She was “highly almost sick” with stress but also some physical ailments? We don’t even know where to begin with that.
But the one that finally [fiddles with camera] the one that finally put one of the nails in the coffin as far as I’m concerned is the new GP in Oldcastle, Dr [name redacted], who steadfastly refused to sign Fiona’s monthly sick-note for work-related stress for for the Greater Manchester Health Service, and um, you know, besides causing Fiona huge additional stress, started aligning with my younger sister and my father who were trying to make a very strong case for ‘oh, Fiona is just an old alcoholic, don’t listen to anything she says, her testament’s not credible, you know’, um, and (name redacted) went along with that and tried to bully Fiona by refusing to sign her work-related stress sick note for the last couple of months of her life. My father actively prevented her from flying to the UK to have her own GP who was very familiar with what she was going through. Her own GP would have signed her document no problem, but my father kept I believe drugging her, stealing her money, stealing her cash card, gaslighting her, and generally just preventing her from travelling.
These are extremely serious accusations. We’re sure her family is used to this sort of behaviour from Angela by now, but we confess we still find it shocking.
We’re sure that Angela’s vile allegations against her family members have absolutely nothing to do with her belief that she was somehow done out of her “fair share” of her father’s inheritance [Bit premature for that, wot?—Ed], or her bitterness over the fact that her younger sister seems to have been more materially successful than she is.
Frankly, we feel sorry for Angela’s family. It cannot be easy living with that kind of bile and venom on a regular basis. As dear Mr Shakespeare once wrote, “How sharper than a serpent’s tooth it is to have a thankless child”.