Earlier this week, we looked into a conflict which had begun to erupt amongst the last remaining cabal of hard-core Hampstead SRA hoaxers—the group which includes Angela Power-Disney, Paul Rodgers/Eddie Isok, Andy Devine, et al.
It began when a woman named Jo-anne Sollis, a director of Gordon Bowden’s “Pandoras Box Investigations” company which has been investigating the company formation agency which apparently is located at 788–790 Finchley Rd in London, wrote a Facebook post about Rodgers. In it, she stated he has anger and aggression issues, particularly with women, and that he tends to cause excess drama and division wherever he goes.
These revelations set off a battle royale.
Sollis’ position as a director in Bowden’s company meant that certain Eddie Loyalists were placed in an awkward position: people like Devine, who have been hawking the “Finchley Rd is the root of all criminal activities anywhere ever” line suddenly had to choose: their dramadillo* friend, or their epic criminal empire theory?
Yesterday, in yet another of Devine’s unfailingly over-long and dreary Facebook live-streamed videos, it became apparent that the cracks had turned into fully fledged fractures.
Devine expressed his annoyance at Bowden, who he said had insulted him by asking to have the “Google 788–790 Finchley Rd” sign removed from the flag on one of the yellow vests on Devine’s Facebook page.
Leading up to this insult, Devine said, Sollis had tried to poison the Skype group of which they were all members, spreading stories about Rodgers, when she should have kept her information to herself. Bowden had responded that she was her own person, and that he could not control her views.
According to Devine, Bowden had promised to “deal with” Sollis’ insubordination within the group, but had then failed to do so. He’d also failed to follow through on a request Devine had made to “investigate” Nathan Kirkden, a member of the White Pendragons “common law constitutional awareness” group which has turned on Devine recently.
The unkindest cut of all, Devine said, is that in attacking him, the Pendragons had been using (gasp!) material from this blog. His implication was that the Pendragons are some sort of offshoot or ally of Hoaxtead Research, a hypothesis which is too ludicrous to bother answering.
And now, it seems, he’s none too sure of Bowden, either.
“I’m saying all this to Gordon”, Devine said, “so he says he’s had a word, and if it carries on he’ll intervene, but the very next thing he does is put that comment up”.
To add insult to injury, Devine said he’s hurt that despite Rodgers’ friend
Captain Cokehead “Jesus” having handed over reams of data to Bowden, including Karen Irving’s alleged involvement in something or other at Finchley Rd, Bowden had refused to use it.
Sounding highly aggrieved, Devine said, “You’ll out Tony Blair, but you won’t out Hoaxtead Research?”
All we can say to this is that perhaps Bowden was aware of the source of the alleged information. Let’s put it this way: “Jesus” also believes that this blog is headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona, or possibly Salford, Manchester—the former being the U.S. head offices of GoDaddy, and the latter being the location of one of their UK-based server farms. He’s a smart one, our Jesus.
Oh, right. Did we forget to mention that Devine had invested £20,000 in Bowden’s company? Because yeah, that happened.
Also, Bowden refused to acknowledge the kingly aspirations of New Zealand-based grifter and man about town, John Wanoa. Funnily enough, Devine apparently gave him a lot of money, too.
We suspect that things are only just beginning to kick off here, so we’re stocking up on popcorn and jelly babies in anticipation.
*Dramadillo: copyright Smut Clyde, 2019. Used with thanks.