It’s been some time since we discussed the issue of the alleged tattoos. Those who’ve followed this blog will recall that Abraham Christie and Ella Gareeva Draper forced her children to claim that “everyone in the cult” had devil and/or monster tattoos on their privates, along with various piercings, which identified them as cult members.
We discussed this issue at some length last year, but for those who are new to the Hampstead SRA hoax, here’s a brief synopsis:
They’re just stupid
The “tattoo pictures” which Abraham and Ella forced RD’s children to draw betrayed a childish, and incorrect understanding of “Satanic imagery”. These images were very much in keeping with Abraham’s own unsophisticated fascination with the subject, which we’d reckon was on a par with a teenager’s.
As commenter Justin Sanity put it,
The idea that a super-sophisticated, super-secret, international conspiracy of devil-worshippers as the Illuminati is alleged to be, would employ such childish & hollywood inspired imagery to represent themselves is simply farcical. It’s akin to suggesting that Interpol might use a cartoon figure like Superman, or a cartoon crime-fighter organization like The Justice League, to represent themselves.
Why didn’t Ella notice them?
The story Ella and Abraham told via the children was that all of the other “special children” (i.e. child rape victims) at their school had tattoos, but they themselves did not, because only their father was a cult member. Convenient.
But what no one explains, ever, is that if RD and Ella’s ex-husband were both alleged to be “high up” in this cult, how was it that Ella, who bore a total of three children with them, never noticed that they had scary monster tattoos on their privates?
We had fun last year, going round YouTube asking Abe and Ella to explain this anomaly. The silence was deafening, and one could almost sense the squirmage, until Abe finally burst out:
This, apparently, was meant to settle the argument once and for all.
But Abe, you said…
As we’ve noted before, sometimes it can pay to go over old material. The other day when we were looking at some of the YouTube conversations between Abe and Guidance 2222, we happened across an earlier remark from Abraham:
Oh dearie, dearie dear.
So let’s get this straight: as of 2015–16, Abe was all, “RD totally has a tattoo, and we demand he show it, because it’ll prove we were right, nanny nanny boo boo!”
But as soon as we pointed out that if he had a tattoo, Ella must have noticed it, it was all, “No, no, he didn’t get it till later, after he left her…oh, whoops, we mean after she left him“.
Of course this does not come as a huge shock: we already knew Abe was lying (hint: he was moving his lips). Still, it’s nice to finally have it wrapped up neatly and tied with a bow.