In a follow-on to yesterday’s post about the epic battle between Paul Rodgers (aka Eddie Isok) and Jo-Anne Sollis, last evening Sollis shared the promised evidence of Rodgers having threatened her. The evidence comes in the form of a long and somewhat garbled (not to mention misspelt—The Cunnning Linguist might wish to give this one a miss) text messages between Sollis and Rodgers, beginning in September 2018.
For clarity, the messages on the right are from Sollis; those on the left, from Rodgers. We begin in September, when all is sweetness and light. Note that Rodgers has a “computer expert” he wants to lend Sollis—a nod, perhaps, at his friend the cocaine and cannabis enthusiast?
Moving on to December, they are still trading compliments, but toward the bottom a tiny hint of negativity seems to seep in. Also, note Eddie’s plug for his friend Charles Seven:
Actually, better make that a heaping helping of bitterness.
Apparently Sollis accuses Rodgers of being (gasp!) wrong about something, and he instantly begins chucking his toys out of the pram. Note the casual reference to his mate Brian Harvey, which is apparently meant as a show of strength, in the “my dad is bigger than your dad” tradition:
However, in the next breath, Rodgers is asking Sollis to answer a question from Harvey, regarding Bill Maloney and Nigel Farrage. Sollis is unimpressed at Rodgers’ claim that Harvey does “not fully trust you guys”:
Hold up just a moment here.
Is Rodgers really saying that when he gives his word to “certain people” that he won’t betray their confidences, if he thinks the information could be useful to others he will pass it along anyway?
Yes, that’s what we thought. Carry on.
Here, Sollis is addressing a sensitive question: she says, “You can’t run with somebody connected to Hampstead…you need to pick a side because you are playing a very dangerous game”. Rodgers responds that “she gave me the info on Karen Irving and Finchley rd”.
Intermezzo: Consorting with the enemy
The “she” in question is known to many readers of this blog as a long-time commenter who went by the name “Babs” or “Fanny Adams”. She left in a huff last year after she attempted to post a comment revealing the name of another commenter with whom she’d had a disagreement. EC deleted the comment and explained why. Since then, Babs has been seen badmouthing this blog, and especially EC, to all and sundry.
So it came as no surprise to see her sitting with Rodgers in the hallway at Sabine’s trial, glancing frequently in EC’s direction. When last seen, she was sticking her tongue out at EC and her companion in the public gallery.
Babs and Rodgers have made a big show of being close over the past couple of months, with Babs making lewd remarks about his sexuality, and Rodgers claiming to have become engaged to Babs on Valentine’s Day.
All mildly amusing in its way, but we do wonder what Rodgers’ anti-Hoaxtead Research friends—who include Angela Power-Disney and Cat Snot—would think of some of the opinions Babs expressed before she rage-quit?
There are many, many more, and none are complimentary to the people Rodgers has aligned with. Not to rain on their charade, but it does seem possible that Babs has been filling Rodgers’ head with all sorts of bits and bobs, all of them her own invention.
And we won’t even get into some of the things she published about her last male companion, devoted hoaxer Dave Conaghan. As wise old Ma Coyote used to say, if you befriend someone who gossips about others, sooner or later your name will be on their lips.
Right, where were we? Oh yes, Rodgers was heading into full incoherent meltdown mode:
Phew. And that, as they say, is that.
Whatever else we might think about Sollis’ views, she’s right about one thing: Eddie’s behaviour speaks for itself.