Here’s a piece of free advice for all you troofers and hoaxers out there: striking up a friendship with Angela Power-Disney can be dangerous to your health and welfare, not to mention your ability to stay out of prison.
If you’ve hung around HR for any length of time, you’ll have witnessed Angie’s astounding ability to form amazingly tight friendships with a wide variety of people…and then turn around and slag them off, sometimes within days. We’ve actually lost count of the number of friends she’s ploughed through but here’s a brief, off-the-top-of-the-head list:
- Abraham Christie
- Ella Draper
- Miles Johnstone
- Nina Valentine
- Rupert Quaintance
- Kris Costa
- Sonya Van Gelder
- Charlotte Ward
- Mel Ve
- Sandra Goodridge-Bergen
- Tracey Morris
…and a bunch of others we’ve forgotten.
But you get the idea. All started off as Angie’s latest besties, and wound up discarded, hurt, or betrayed in one way or another.
Every now and then, however, Angela meets a true kindred spirit, someone whose malice and narcissism are almost on a par with her own. When that happens, it’s hard to know who is using whom: the relationship can turn into an on-again, off-again war, with truces called and broken, confidences shared and betrayed, doors slammed shut and then re-opened, all with dizzying speed.
Such has been the case with Angela and Naima Dawn Feagin (aka Hope Moore, aka HopeGirl). Their relationship has had more ups and downs than a toilet seat, but we suspect that Angela’s most recent blunder could prove fatal to whatever friendship remains between them.
To whit: in her twisted narcissistic mind, Angela believes that sharing a hate post directed at Hoaxtead Research by a woman who scams the unsuspecting public by selling plans for an “energy generator” which defies the laws of physics (but apparently works if you close your eyes, wish really hard, and sprinkle the requisite amount of fairy dust on it) is an excellent way to exonerate herself from potential charges of harassment.
Quite aside from her delusional belief that the officers at Kells Barracks who seized her computer and invited her for an interview are fascinated by her and spend all their time reading her Facebook page (hell, we can barely be arsed half the time), we cannot imagine that Angela’s citing of her blog will delight HoaxGirl.
Because this is just what every fraudulent-product promoter needs: to have their existence, never mind their operation, outed to the authorities.
The page is full of ads for chemtrail dispersers, magic hockey pucks which make you sleep like a baby, a product which claims to “structure water” (whatever that means), and of course, links to the amazing QEG, which has never worked but might, some day. Perhaps on the day when pigs sprout wings and fly.
To our knowledge, people who make false claims for the products they sell online are generally not eager to have their operations scrutinised by cyber-crime units such as the one currently in possession of Angela’s PC, her laptop, and her phone. You see, one part of the Cyber-Crime Unit’s remit is to investigate online scams.
Even though the likelihood of repercussions may be small, it’s not really the sort of chance one likes to take, when one is, how shall we say, a scammer.
And having one’s on-again/off-again friend “blurt” this sort of thing in hopes of attracting the attention of the very people HoaxGirl et al would very much like to avoid…not cool, Angie. Not cool.