Oh bliss, oh joy, Angela Power-Disney has released another exciting video. This time she has a brand new
victim interviewee, a woman named Nicola from Manchester who Angie appears to be grooming for life in the conspiranoid lane.
And in the process, Angie seems to be trying to outdo herself in the “Outrageous Lies and Made-up Shit” department.
Oh Gawd, not the poison pen letters again…
Angela does her obligatory “Hoaxtead Research is the root of all evil” routine starting at about 25:58.
As usual, she dredges up the many-times-discredited poison pen letters, which she insists were sent by this blog to various people in her community. She claimed at the time that the letters had been sent to “friends, neighbours, police, charities, a FAMILY COUNSELLOR, local and national papers calling me a charity scammer and hoaxer re Hampstead”.
We still don’t know the names or addresses of any of those she claims were contacted, and wouldn’t have known how to contact them then, even if we’d wanted to. Which we didn’t.
It does seem to us faintly ridiculous to “prove” that the letters came from us by clipping out a colour print of this blog’s masthead and stapling it to the top of the letter she waved in front of the camera, but sadly, Nicola seemed to buy it.
Here, Angie, let us Google that for you…
The video is not without its moments of unintentional humour, however.
At about 30:42 you will find this gem:
But the thing I believe is that originally El Coyote was a Welsh writer living in Ireland, called David le Dingue. And ‘dingue’ is French for ‘dingo’, which is the same as ‘coyote’.
We would just like to point out that it took us mere seconds to Google the French-to-English translation for “le dingue”.
Surprise! It has absolutely nothing to do with “dingos” (which aren’t the same thing as coyotes: dingos are descended from the domesticated dog, canis familiaris, and are native to Australia; coyotes (canis latrans) are wild canines native to North America).
A case of mistaken identity
Angela actually has fond memories of Le Dingue, though:
And he was a very educated man and he was trolling very intensely in the early days and he was actually kind to me, because when I started covering Hampstead around March 2015 and then my sister died in very suspicious circumstances in April/May, two months later, and he called the trolls off, coz I was started [sic] getting trolled way back then, and when my sister died, he said, “Right, everybody, back off. Leave her alone for a week out of respect”.
Isn’t that nice? Except that it wasn’t Le Dingue who said that. It was our very own Scarlet Scoop who notified blog readers that Angela’s sister had died and suggested that Angela be given a week’s grace out of respect.
And even more bollocksy bollocks!
Honestly, we don’t know where Angela comes up with this stuff [Hint: she’s sitting on it—Ed.]:
You know. So, you know, and I think he was the original El Coyote.
As it happens, if one digs deep into the Hoaxtead Research archives, one finds a post welcoming Le Dingue to the blog, several days after the blog began publication. He’d been contributing to the Icke forum “thread that wouldn’t end” for some time, and we were happy for his input here, but he was never a moderator or writer for HR.
El Coyote, on the other hand, appeared with the advent of the “Hoaxtenders” comic strip, which ran for 75 episodes in late spring/summer 2015. Later that summer, EC took over writing duties from Scarlet, who had put in yeoman’s duty on that front.
Then there’s this:
And also there was a lot of evidence to indicate that [RD] was originally Spiny Norman and running other avatars—Sam Best and different avatars—and I think what’s happened is the Ricky Dearmans and the David Le Dingues and the high level guys, after about a year, they stepped back but they handed on the avatars to other people to write the functioning avatar go for it [sic].
“A lot of evidence”? Seriously? Could we see it, please?
We strongly suspect that Mr Best and Spiny, who have always spoken for themselves, would be quite incensed to find that they were merely RD’s socks. And RD, who has never had anything to do with this blog, might be a touch surprised as well.
In fact, Angela might be interested to know that EC decided to participate in Flo Destroyer’s “After Dark” livestream shortly after Angela was visited by the police, specifically in order to demonstrate that the blog was not run by RD, but by a Canadian woman. In essence, it had become important that Angela not be allowed the “out” of claiming that she was harassing RD because of any perceived harassment she was receiving here.
What in hell is a “second-generation troll”?
So I don’t buy Karen Irving’s story about it was after her favourite dog or whatever—I think she’s just a second generation troll, you know.
No one is asking Angela to buy anything—whether she believes that EC owned a half-coyote dog many years ago is really no concern of ours. (However, we will state that the dog was both more intelligent and had a sweeter disposition than some “journalists” we know. Ahem.)
And ‘troll’ is the wrong word. She writes in her biography—and you can see this in Spidercatweb blog—about how she’s an ex-social worker and specialising in adoption, wrote a book about adoption and so on. But she talks about how psychology is her first love and the fascination of what makes the human mind tick, which is exactly what we’ve been discussing with MK Ultra.
Wait, hold the phone. EC wrote what in her biography? Which biography was this?
Because although it’s true that she has a Master’s degree in social work, and worked during the late 1980s and all of the 1990s with adult survivors of child sexual abuse, as well as a year-long stint with homeless women at a women’s day centre, “adoption” is nowhere in her resumé.
However, a wee bit more of that new-fangled “Googling” thing informs us that another person named Karen Irving was chief executive of a London-based adoption agency called “Parents for Children”.
According to the list of contributors to the book Adoption: Changing Families, Changing Times (published in 2002) for which she wrote the chapter, “Troubled children and how to place them”, the agency was founded in 1976, and “was the first adoption society in the UK and Europe to help children who had not been thought of for adoption. Karen Irving has 25 years’ experience in working in fostering and adoption and is chairperson of the Connaught Group of children’s charities. She has been awarded a Churchill Memorial Fellowship to undertake further study of methods of helping children who have been maltreated”.
We are certain this other Karen Irving is a fine and accomplished person, but a bit of simple maths tells us that she cannot be the Canadian author. You see, that book was published in 2002. At time of publication, the chief executive of Parents for Children is said to have had “25 years’ experience” in her chosen field—i.e., she began working in adoptions in the mid-1970s. EC, meanwhile, did not graduate until 1988.
The rest of the video
It’s the usual dog’s breakfast: Angela making wild and unsubstantiated claims about all and sundry, Angela claiming to have been a real journalist, Angela complaining that she didn’t inherit enough money from her sister (who was “worth much more” than the piddling €20,000 she received from her will)…we’ve heard it all before, and we’re sure we’ll hear it all again.
We hope that eventually, after the inevitable breakup, Nicola will realise that almost everything which emerges from her new friend’s mouth is either false or heavily embroidered. For now, though, all we can do is wish her luck and hope she doesn’t eventually become the victim of another of Angela’s “tell-all” videos. Watch your back, Nicola.