Yesterday we talked about Canadian Hoaxtead mobster Kane Slater, and his criminally irresponsible allegations that an indoor playground in Ottawa, Canada, is somehow linked to the Pizzagate conspiracy theory.
As it turns out, the original source of Kane’s allegations is a blog called “Heavy Truth”, written by someone who seems to live in Ottawa.
A look through the “Heavy Truth” blog turned up some fascinating—and alarming—information.
In a post from November 2016, in which he berates his former landlord for stealing an XBox, the blogger puts up a screenshot of a text message from the ex-landlord to his girlfriend: So it appears that the blogger’s name is Jim Grand, and he is already known to police. The ex-landlord alleges that Mr Grand has made “threats to destroy a police station”, and that he “talks a lot about child molestation, and…hates children”.
Wow, sounds like a great fellow.
A post from early December 2016 confirms James Grand’s antipathy towards police, though it doesn’t offer any details: Then we found a post which rang a dull thud somewhere in the backs of our minds…hadn’t we seen this before? We remember someone claiming that Echo Truths and Danielle La Verité were one and the same person (despite the fact that their voices and accents were completely different…but facts, shmacts…who needs facts when there’s a good conspiracy in the offing?).
Deuterium Mystery Files
Even more interesting, though was the link embedded in that post. Anyone who has been around the Hampstead SRA hoax for any length of time will remember the Deuterium Mystery Files.
And hands up, everyone who knows the colloquial term for deuterium oxide. Yes, you in back there?
By George, you win the prize!
Sure enough, the very first post on the “Heavy Truth” blog was…So “Deuterium Mystery Files” was actually authored by a Canadian named James Grand, who is known to police and carries a grudge against them.
Interestinger and interestinger.
The YouTube connection
Like any certified/certifiable troofer, James Grand/HeavyTruth/Deuterium has a YouTube channel—his is called HeavyWaterNewsNetwork. Here he is in action:
All he needs is a Napoleon hat to complete the effect.
Captain Deuterium’s live streams tend to run long—three, four hours apiece—and frankly no one here at Hoaxtead HQ felt like spending their Friday afternoon listening to some swivel-eyed nutter ramble on about sooper-seekrit symbols and the various paedophilic permutations and combinations of pizza. However, if any of our readers have insomnia and/or a craving for long, excessively boring diatribes, please feel free. If you send us your notes, we’re sure Ghost of Sam will be happy to reward you with a chocolate-covered digestive, fresh from Mr Soros’ tea tray.
As we scrolled through the HeavyWaterDude YouTube channel, we found yet another familiar name: Dracoslayer.
(Dude. Lose the beard. It looks like you accidentally glued your pubic hair to your face.)
So it seems James Grand of Ottawa is now up to four online identities: Deuterium Mystery Files, HeavyWaterDude, Heavy Truth, and now Dracoslayer. And they say those on our side have too many socks!
Loony with a gun
But we’ve saved the worst for last.
Remember how we were saying that publishing blog posts about children’s entertainment centres claiming that they’re involved in paedophile rings and child trafficking is criminally dangerous, because all it would take is one gimboid with a gun to cause yet another unimaginable tragedy?
Meet the man with the gun. In this case he’s threatening YouTube troofer debunker Omni Eros, but the point is that he seems to think it’s appropriate to wave a firearm around while uttering death threats.
[Our apologies: EC forgot to turn off the VPN when he originally chose this video, which is blocked in the UK. The link is here if you use a VPN: Draco Slayer Always Returns. We’ll do our best to find a playable copy, but meanwhile, the screenshot below should give you an idea.]
We expect the Ottawa police will be interested to know about this. Stay tuned.