Yesterday we talked about Thomas Dunn, the American YouTuber who has been huffing and puffing about the Hampstead SRA hoax, whilst simultaneously exploiting the Hampstead children by setting up an online shop to sell Hampstead-themed cosplay supplies to his eager audience of fellow zealots.
As commenter Surreal Hustle pointed out, Dunn seems to be in tight with a particularly loony yet well-funded conspiritainment channel, Indiana-based “Now You See TV” (NYSTV). By all appearances, NYSTV espouses the same brand of messianic Christianity as Angela Power-Disney—they refer to Jesus as “Yeshua”, appropriate Jewish symbolism such as the seven-branched menorah, and claim Saturday as their sabbath.
Speaking of Angela, she seems to be particularly interested in what Dunn has had to say about Hampstead recently, and has left dozens of comments under his videos.
This led us to wonder whether she might have had some hand in “educating” him about the Hampstead hoax. She interviewed him on her “Angela’s Caches” YouTube channel in late 2015/early 2016, at around the time she was recruiting Rupert to come to the UK. In this video she makes plans with Dunn for a quick visit to Hampstead:
As luck would have it, Rupert accepted her invitation and Dunn didn’t—fortunately for him.
However, it does seem oddly coincidental that in the weeks following the police raid on Angela’s house, Dunn sprang into action, releasing a series of videos about Hampstead, each one with more shouting and mouth-frothing than the last.
In of his recent videos, with the not-at-all-provocative title, “Join us or die“, he takes direct aim a this blog. Like Angela, he clings to the belief that Hoaxtead Research is written by RD, despite all evidence to the contrary.
At 23:22, he openly calls on his viewers to dox us:
Lemme just say this: if we have anybody that can…that’s good with doing computer-type investigation, we do have some trolls. There is a group called Hoaxtead, and we wanna find out who these guys are and just kinda bring them out in the open. These guys…uh, a lot of them have been tracked down, we know who some of ’em are, but we wanna just get these guys in the open, so this is just kind of a side project. If you have experience in that kind of work, go ahead and send me an email at Projectjosiah@hotmail.com and I’ll give you instructions on there.
(We’d just like to point out that doxxing violates YouTube’s terms of service, so if anybody feels like reporting this video, please don’t let us stop you.)
Caution: Do not take a drink every time he says ‘Okay’. Okay?
Following his request for volunteer doxxers (which reminded us of Angela’s request for hackers to “find a back door” to RD’s children’s website, but that is probably just coincidental) Dunn goes off on a strangely disconnected rant:
I’m saying that I believe these kids. Okay? And I’ve given tons and tons of evidence, all right?…to confirm that these kids’ testimony is true. And it’s overwhelming.
Nobody believes these Hoaxteaders, okay? Nobody does. Okay? Anybody that knows anything about children, and I’ve been studying this for years, knows these kids are tellin’ the truth, okay?
So I have to assume that these people that are trying to continue the coverup of this crime have a vested interest in it. Okay?
Um…we definitely know that one of the people is the father. He definitely has a vested interest in it. Okay?
If they really believed, if they really believed that what they were saying is true, they wouldn’t be hiding. Okay?
We know that everybody scattered, okay, and ran like cockroaches when you flip the light switch on, okay? That’s what happened. They took off. And they’re in hiding, you know, and just trying to remain a low profile and not draw any attention to themselves.
Some of ’em are, some of ’em are not, okay?
Believe the children…except when they say what you don’t want to hear
Like the rest of the Hoaxtead mob, Dunn is adamant that RD’s children should be believed…right up to the point when they start saying Abe and Ella had forced them to lie.
So we’d better not try any funny stuff:
So you know what I suspect is gonna happen. I suspect that they are going to bring these children out with a new interview to recant once again their testimony. And they are going to try, okay, to discredit this campaign.
I’m sorry, but nobody’s gonna believe it. You can go ahead and go that route if you want, but the testimonies are there, they’ve went viral, we know these kids have been telling the truth, and we know that they’ve been in the custody of the brainwashers, of those who have done the abuse. And we know that they’re going to go along, probably under duress, the threat of abuse, if they don’t tell your story now. Okay?
So we’re not gonna buy it. We’re not gonna believe it if you bring these kids out and do an interview with them and say that ‘my mother made me do this’ an’ all this stuff, we’re not gonna buy it. We’re not gonna buy it. Uh, so just throwing that out there, I suspect that that’s just one of the tactics.
We won’t bother explaining for the umpteenth time that since we don’t know RD and have never met his children, it’s highly unlikely that we’d trot them out to discuss their experience…and even if we did know them, we would not think of violating their right to privacy.
‘We’re coming after you’
Lest we have any doubt where he stands vis à vis Hoaxtead, Dunn reiterates his threats:
You don’t understand. You’re not coming after us. We’re coming after you. Okay? And I’m sorry to all my listeners that I gotta stop the broadcast and address these guys, okay?
But I realise they’re out there, and I realise they’re plotting and planning and all that stuff.
You’re in the minority, guys. You’re in the minority.
Fortunately, Dunn is wrong. The vast majority of people in the world don’t believe in a baby and child raping/murdering/cannibalising cult which dwells in a North London suburb. But let’s not tell him that. It’ll just upset him.
The prayer-y bit, Part 1
When it comes to the mandatory prayer part of his video (it’s in his contract: as a Christian blogger he must demonstrate his über-Christianity by saying something resembling a prayer), Dunn seems even more confused:
Jesus said…this is embarrassing. Hopefully Russ won’t see this. But, uh, prayer. In other words, we’re goin’ out and we’re gonna do somethin’. If we do nothing at all, we’re gonna do prayer. Okay?
Um…we’re gonna try to, you know, maybe we’re gonna try to track down some cults and…exposure. Yes. Research. Evangelism. Exposure. Prayer. Hello. And um, we’re gonna do one of these things. And we’re not gonna do nothing.
Okay, I know that’s a double negative, but uh, we’re gonna do something.
So anyway, that’s the idea behind what we’re doin’ here. Um, because it takes the pressure offa them, and these pawns, these left-hand path atheistic Laveyan Satanists, won’t even admit that these other Satanists exist. But yet they would love to be recruited by ’em.
‘Join us or die’
It turns out that when he proclaimed “Join us or die” he was actually referring to us:
Anyway. I don’t have time for civil war, but yes, we are…we are pretty much in a civil war.
So again, again I take a break from hanging out with my friends to address the Hoaxtead people, whatever you wanna call yourselves, okay? To address the people that I believe were directly involved in these crimes that took place in Christ Church Primary School in Hampstead, London, England, to say, ‘Join us or die’.
Sigh. Dunn, we don’t know how many times we have to explain this to
- There were no crimes. The children said so.
- No one who contributes to this blog has anything to do with the school in question.
It’s really not that difficult.
The prayer-y bit, Part 2
Dunn seems to have convinced himself that we are vastly outnumbered by those who believe that a cabal of evil cultists rape, murder, and eat children and babies in a school and church in Hampstead. And so, he offers more prayer-words. Sort of:
Not only are you losing, you lost. It’s over.
I’m not even talkin’ about whether somebody’s gonna believe your garbage or not. Okay? I’m not even talkin’ about that.
I’m talking about your salvation.
[He gets shouty here] AND HERE’S THE THING ABOUT MY GOD. HE’S SO MERCIFUL HE’LL FORGIVE YOU. I struggle with that personally. But my god is so good, and THE POWER OF HIS SACRIFICE IS SO POWERFUL, AND I KNOW YOU KNOW WHAT SACRIFICE IS, AND I KNOW YOU KNOW THERE’S POWER IN SACRIFICE. BUT I’M TELLING YOU THAT YESHUA HAMA-SHEIK [he really says it like this] THE MESSIAH DIED ON THE CROSS AND TOOK YOUR SINS UPON HIMSELF, if you put your trust and your faith in him.
And you can join us, or you can die. Jesus said, ‘Let the dead bury their own dead’. John. Chapter 11.
The end. We kid you not.
As you can see, Dunn seems very convinced of his own moral rectitude, despite the fact that he actually seems to know very few of the details of the Hampstead hoax, and doesn’t seem to care what the children might have to say about it, if they were in a position to do so.
Flo Destroyer’s challenge
We understand that Flo Destroyer, who has been challenging Dunn and others of his ilk, recently issued a challenge: he is volunteering to donate £100 to a children’s charity if Dunn will join him for an hour to debate the facts of the Hampstead hoax.
Will Dunn have what it takes to debate someone he cannot arbitrarily block if he doesn’t like what they have to say? Place your bets, ladies and gentlemen.