The paranoia of the conspiracy-minded is something of a truism, but it can still be slightly shocking to witness in real time. On Friday, while we were waiting for word of the outcome of Jake Clarke’s court appearance, we were treated to an amazing display of paranoid over-reaction in a small, little-known Facebook group, with the catchy title, “Exposing the Cabal’s Pizzagate-Pedogate Human Trafficking Network”.
Fairly rolls off the tongue, doesn’t it?
Within a matter of a couple of hours, members of that group had gone from attacking Emily Thorn, who comments here, to ejecting someone who tried to talk them into seeing sense, to closing their group down to outside opinions altogether.
How it started
Note the inflammatory language: “I have it on good authority that she and her cronies are RD’s child abusing ‘friends’ ~ to be exposed and avoided at all cost!”
No attempt made to investigate whether Emily has ever even spoken to RD, nor to question the assumption that RD was indeed guilty: Claudie Fae simply accepts at face value everything she’s been fed by her fellow conspiranoids.
Claudie Fae tags in her friend John May, who once again jumps to some rather amazing conclusions: Emily is an AI, she is a bot, she is linked to George Soros, she is untrustworthy because she offered to let him check her out.
Most extraordinarily, John claims that he “can easily tell (RD is) behind the design, the rogue’s gallery” of this site: Thorn is a non-profit organisation which works “to stop the spread of child sexual abuse material and stand up to child traffickers”.
So basically, if an organisation is committed to putting an end to child sexual abuse material and child trafficking, they are clearly…evil? Is it any wonder that those obsessed with pizza and underground tunnels full of blood-drinking elites have absolutely no credibility amongst those who really do work to help protect children?
This little exchange had to do with who had allowed the Evil Intruders into their pristine Bubble’o’Crazy. Once again, anyone who has the temerity to disagree with them must be a “FAKE TROLL PEDO”.
All right, we confess we lost it completely when Claudie Fae claimed that she had reported Emily and two others “to the authorities”. She knows that the authorities are aware that the Hampstead case was a massive hoax and coverup, right?
No, probably not.
At the bottom of this screenshot, Steve Keys does his best to inject a little sanity into the argument.
Janine Donovan, the group’s owner, sees no contradiction in stating, “I don’t know much about it but I know by what I hear by reading about it from articles”.
Steve continues, but as the Americans say, it’s like trying to nail Jell-O to a wall:
Claudie Fae says, “One individual knows the people we are discussing very well ~ I shall say no more until he joins us here”. Three guesses who the Mystery Guest will be?
Steve points out that if she’s going to call a person a child abuser, she ought to have, you know, evidence. Claudie Fae immediately accuses him of making threats.
Because saying you need evidence before making terrible allegations about a person is totally threatening…in Trooferland.
Ah, the identity of the new group member is revealed: yes, none other than Jake Clarke. We shit you not. Hang on, how were the police responsible for the faces of RD’s children being revealed in the videos which Ella and Sabine conspired to post online? Oh right. In Trooferland, anything is possible.
Steve tries to set Claudie Fae straight, but she does the usual troofer thing: changes the subject.
Steve, you have the patience of a saint. Our hats are off to you.
And just when it seems as though Steve might be making a bit of headway with Claudie Fae…
John, who is clearly the group’s enforcer, jumps in and banishes Steve, lest Claudie Fae’s mind be infected by Steve’s heretical ideas. Steve was a member of the group for less than an hour before John banned him from the group.
Look who joined the group!
It seems like an odd place to find someone who will be facing serious criminal charges in early July.
And what about Claudie Fae?
We were interested to learn that Claudie Fae seems to live in the Glastonbury area, and attended an event called “Whirl-y-Fayre”, an arts and music festival which takes place each year in the vale of Avalon:
This takes on somewhat more significance when we find that according to John the Pit Bull, Claudie Fae “interviewed the victims” in the Hampstead SRA hoax:
Since our recent discussions about Abe and Ella’s “tour” to Glastonbury and Plymouth in the week before the police took the children into custody, this takes on rather more significance.
Exactly how many people did Ella and Abe subject the children to, in their quest to create a full-blown hoax? We know that they were interviewed by Brian Gerrish and his deputy, Finn Hagan; we suspect that they were taken to Glastonbury to be inspected by Araya Soma (a friend of Abe’s ex-partner Lisa Ceneri); and now Claudie Fae seems to be claiming that she talked to them as well?
It seems that there’s even more beneath the surface of this bizarre hoax than anyone at first suspected. And given some of this Facebook group’s apparent links to the early stages of the hoax, it shouldn’t be terribly surprising that they don’t much care for intruders.