Video share: What did the Hampstead children REALLY say?

It’s an article of faith amongst those who believe in the Hampstead SRA hoax that the two Hampstead children made a series of videos in which they talked about a Satanic cult that was run by their father, their teachers, parents at their school, social services, Cafcass, and various police officers.

In those videos, the children gave a detailed, accurate, and very specific account of what was done to them. Viewers were shocked at their ability to recite specific details of sexual and cult practices which no child could know about unless they had actually experienced it.

Right?

Maybe not.

In this video, we take a look at what the children actually said, how much detail they actually provided, and whether some of the things they described were even physically possible.

311 thoughts on “Video share: What did the Hampstead children REALLY say?

  1. Spot-on as always, EC! 👍🎯🏆

    The frequent misquoting and lies about what was said in these interviews is wince-inducing. Thank you for putting the truth out there.

    (It’s 6:46pm, Malcolm.)

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    • Not sure if I should link to it (OK or not E.C.???) but I just watched the full BBC interview with the dad (the official BBC link), only ever seen short excerpts before

      Poor bugga, my heart goes out to him, glad he got them back and away from abe and ella
      😦

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      • We can’t really show that, unfortunately, but it has been posted here before, pre-court order. There’s also a copy in the archives which I recorded on the day.

        One thing I always found encouraging was the messages from viewers that Victoria read out after the interview. They were 100% rooting for the dad and sympathising with what he’d been through 🙂

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        • Wasn’t sure myself, so I asked first lol
          Funny that they can keep it up (pre trial broadcast- on Tv) but we can’t link to it now…
          The legal system is weird at times…

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        • Yes, I think I explained when you asked about the Google drive that pre-court order material was approved by Justice Cahill but she blocked all new material showing his face/name. It’s far from ideal but I think Cahill realised that the sheer volume of stuff that’s already out there would make it unrealistic to expect it all to come down (and unreasonable in the case of non-malicious channels such as the BBC?).

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        • Yes, the vast majority of sane people who watched that were moved by his plight. As usual, though, the conspiracy crowd simply saw it as further evidence of guilt. Because that is how conspiracy believers do.

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  2. Thank you for all you do at Hoaxtead! By the way I am sure Edward Ellis is at deaths door, poor mite. That phone call Neelu had with the social worker is worrying, she really is too far gone. Also I’m sure she can pay off her debts and doesn’t need benefits but her life is unraveling due to her mental health and I think her son is unwell too. Its seems like Neely’s family is suffering from generational dysfunction. Also if Edward William Ellis is the caretaker Prime Minister shouldn’t he be in Downing Street? LoL this is so sad, mental health have really failed to intervene in this mess. I have a sick feeling it will not end well this fiasco.

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    • Well that’s very sad. Of course if Ellis did pass the blame on Hoaxtead will be weaved into the mix.
      The sheer madness of this whole scenario is just weird.
      They have “joined the dots” and somehow the Hampstead Hoax has become an integral part of Wanoa’s wave machine nonsense. Even to the point where someone now claims EC represents Big Oil and is campaigning to ban Wanoa’s plan to provide “fee energy”. Even then they ignore Wanoa’s plans to buy a private jet and fleets of tankers (what for?) and so on.

      The way they have just absorbed the sheer impracticality of his preposterous plans and fractured version of history. It’s opened my eyes as to how mass delusion actually can happen albeit it’s a very small bunch of people who inevitably fall out with each other. What with Lee Cant claiming the local Council are spending fortunes to erect scaffolding around his flat to drive him insane- each one has a tortured unique “targeting” episode.
      Madness.

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      • Its just so sad they are all mentally ill Sam and even the meds aren’t working effectively it seems and the mental health professionals are unable to bring some normality into their lives to help them be stable. Its heartbreaking, more so for Hampstead victims.

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    • Re EWE. I think he hasn’t had medical help for about three weeks. If he was in desperate need of dialysis back then, he’s not going to be very well at all by now.

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        • She wouldn’t acknowledge anything was her fault. She would concoct a conspiracy and harass the medical staff who tried to save his life – and probably post photos of him in his coffin all over the internet.

          But, as far as we know Mr Ellis is still alive and I hope will make a recovery. It is a sad thing that so many of the hoaxers have had their lives cut short by the direct or indirect effects of mental illness and personality disorder.

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    • Thanks, BL. I agree, it will be a completely avoidable tragedy if Edward Ellis dies because he’s been encouraged to avoid medical care. And yes, I think there seems to be a familial element to Neelu’s mental illness.

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      • Please report the abuse aimed at you EC especially on Twitter as it is quite worrying as the conspiracy nuts are making serious allegations against you. Stay safe K.

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        • To be honest, I haven’t been keeping track of what they’re saying about me. Those who do this sort of thing need to remember that it’s unwise to attack people with lies, when they can be taken down by the truth about themselves.

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        • The funniest part is all those “brave” individuals on Twitter who accuse us of everything from child trafficking to cannibalism to wiping out the dinosaurs have all blocked us! Cluck cluck 😆

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  3. Also EC, Ella and Abe need to be brought to justice, the fact they are still pushing and promoting this hoax is disgusting. I’m glad the children are away from an unhealthy environment where they were abused to recite vulgarity. Justice is coming for these evil caregivers who abused defenseless children who they thankly didn’t completely ruin as they are doing great with their amazing dad who is taking care of them. Hoaxtead destroyers I am sure Hampstead residents and the victims love you guys too for always shining a light on those hellbent on spreading darkness by always speaking the truth and exposing the hoaxers. Well done. Keep going! Also EC please report the online harassment and threats you are receiving on Twitter as I am seeing it all play out and I am worried for you. I hope everyone is keeping safe as the Hampstead Hoaxers are obsessive and dangerous bunch. My goodness!

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    • Actually, has anyone seen Elle lately, she seems to have gone quiet in my feed…
      Seems funny abes still pushing it since he and her split up, there’s no chance if if (big if indeed lol) she got them back, he still wouldn’t have access to them… which was what he wanted I suspect

      (and considering what he was coaching them with-I wouldn’t let a kid within a mile of him..)
      😦

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      • Maybe Ella knows Steve that no matter how much she lies no sane person will believe her and it could possibly add more years to her sentence when she is captured. Abe however is an arrogant evil bully who is perverse and sick in the head. The day they are
        both brought to justice is a day to celebrate as justice has won.

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        • Yes, I’m looking forward to that day. The law grinds along slowly, but outcomes from trials like Sabine’s and Carl Beech’s make me confident that justice will (eventually) prevail.

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    • As an old hand at cheap tabloid publicity can I advise this entrepreneur of the exciting (boring) plan to construct a “Moonscape” theme park on an artificial island off Brighton, that this isn’t the best publicity for his venture?.
      If it were me I’d be promoting the idea that not only have we (and visitors from other galaxies) been to the Moon many times but it is indeed hollow as David Icke claims with an exciting (dull & uninteresting) new theme park ride through the Centre Of The Moon where one can see all manner of Aliens who operate The Moon as an artificial satellite.
      I’m surprised This Mob haven’t seized upon that mad movie ‘Iron Sky’ as a documentary much like The Matrix.
      # Earth to Matt: do NOT tell anyone with a Russian background that Yuri Gagarin, one of the greatest Russian Heroes- is a fake if you value your good health.

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      • Yeah, good points. And it’s not just his post above he’s rabid about the Moon-landing being fake and has not coped with the semicentennial celebrations.

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        • Our very first visit to Australia as a family was in the 50s and my Dad took us all out to the countryside with clear skies to watch the USSR satellites pass over. 100,000s did likewise.
          Matt is a dill. I was so obsessed with the idea of space travel I’ve always kept my well thumbed copy of Laika’s ( first Earth creature is space) autobiography where she provided conclusive truth of space travel ( Russian dogs are pretty clever and can type).
          Taylor can borrow it if he likes.

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          • What I don’t get is how we managed to land a red hot rocket on the Moon without melting all that cheese.
            And how come Armstrong never got any footage of the Clangers or the Soup Dragon? 🤔

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        • How can I break it to Danny gently?.
          The Moon, contrary to popular opinion is NOT made of cheese. I think you are confusing this with the upcoming popular money sharing scheme where we all will get $1M every month via Swissindo Cheese. Don’t ask me how- greater minds than I (Neelu) know the details.

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      • Mad movie? I’m an original crowdfunder of Iron Sky (and the sequel). I can assure you, it was pitched to us as a documentary. 😎

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    • Ironic given his bizarre anti-Spivey rant (“I’m the daddy”) some years ago, that he’s applying the same technique. Spivey proved that the Duke of Edinburgh is the late Jimmy Saville by putting the two pictures next to each other, altering the eyes, nose, mouth, and hair on one of them, until – hey presto – they looked the same!
      In this example, I can see clearly that apart from the ears, teeth, eyes, nose, and chin, Armstrong and Gagarin are identical. Which is good news, since anyone can apply the same technique, and so I resemble the young Hugh Jackman.

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        • Our BoringTwat early warning system is being put through final stress tests in Oldcastle and will be available to the general public in time for Xmas. As a humanitarian gesture we will be airdropping emergency repellant supplies to the epicenter of the recent Lefkáda outbreak.

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  4. Here we have (who I believe to be) a complete twat, acknowledging for the first time that he doesn’t get sarcasm (or how to work out who people are):

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    • More like Matt Taylor operates at the level of a primary school child. He probably thinks “Who smelt it, dealt it!” is a valid argument.

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    • Yes, this is excellent news indeed. The jury deliberated for six hours after a 10-week trial. Apparently the court will be hearing victim impact statements this week, with sentencing scheduled for Friday. And as expected, the conspiracy believers have already started claiming it was a fit-up. 🙄

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  5. “…whose son was literally thrown out head first from a moving ambulance driven by 2 lesbians.”

    Just a punt but I’m guessing that’s not entirely accurate 🤔

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      • I’m sure he’s not dead and I recall somewhere he being exposed with his real name as not a former “banker” rather a serial con artist who committed a bank fraud.
        But hey on the Internet you can be anyone you want to be.
        (ed: look who’s talking!)

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        • I’m sure he’s not dead and I recall somewhere he being exposed with his real name as not a former “banker” rather a serial con artist who committed a bank fraud

          “Ronald Bernard” is also nazi lowlife vermin, because of course he is. Which is why Princess Garbage gravitates to his wee scam.

          http://www.pepijnvanerp.nl/2017/08/ronald-bernard-b-joy-child-sacrifices-protocols-elders-zion/
          https://hoaxteadresearch.wordpress.com/2018/05/10/fresh-start-foundation-worried-about-hoaxtead-research/#comment-104650

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          • Decades ago I had a bit of a run-in with a minor Thyseen family member in London. Nothing serious. A couple of years later I was in New York in a nightclub and a well known journalist pal pointed out the same person sitting at a table. As I recounted my experience he advised me that the name was Mud in New York because of it’s large Jewish population. I was still fairly naive about some aspects of history.

            And then I was amazed to read David Litchfield’s 2006 take-down of the war-time Thyseens who fled to Switzerland in ’39 claiming they were mortified having supported Hitler but nonetheless, lied about how they continued to run their empire from Zurich including supplying armaments to the Nazis and using slave labour : Jews. Poles and Russians.
            One ghastly incident involved the Great Aunt of the person I had met who hosted a party for Nazi & SS officials towards the end of the war and when the guests were pissed in the early hours, supplied them with guns to go and “have some sport” with the Jewish slave labourers. Apparently around 200 were killed while they left a few to bury the bodies but the just shot them as well afterwards.

            Of course one cannot blame the descendants for the actions of their dreadful ancestors although of course, Jews call the money they live off if gained through such terrible actions “blood money ” that will not bring joy in the end.
            And then a few years later I ran into Litchfield when visiting London and we had a long talk as he told me of the things he had uncovered which he hadn’t published: the decimation of the Rothschild family fortunes at the hands of the Nazis, the mass theft of art works (meanwhile the Thyseen family collected a huge art collection from Nazi plundered countries during 39-45) and how the Rothschilds never regained their full fortune.
            Someone has to be clever at making money. Why those like the Rothschilds who are have to also be demonised by This Mob is a mystery. But inevitably they miss the real villains from recent history.
            http://www.davidrllitchfield.com/category/the-thyssen-art-macabre/
            The Thyssen Art Macabre

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          • A rather convoluted tale about Ronald Bernard- I had forgotten he had set up a “bank” asking for money and is apparently on the lecture circuit.
            Isn’t there a good book or NYT’s article in this: the fraudsters who inhabit the online “alternative” and “truther” media where the goal is to make money.
            How much money do these people actually make?
            David Icke has done well but did lose heaps on his million selling books when his US publisher decided to “bankrupt” themselves (ala D.Trump) meaning Icke never got his royalties.
            We know that even people involved in the Hampstead hoax – APD, Wanoa etc ask for money but do the really clever ones (Bernard) make a lot of money?.
            https://www.martinvrijland.nl/en/news-analyzes/Ronald-Bernard-embraces-a-good-actor-through-alternative-media/

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    • Lord, how typical of Neelu that she should help herself to someone else’s tragedy, rewrite it according to her own (homophobic it appears) obsessions and weave it into her desire to own houses without paying for them.

      The Inglis case is a tragic one – Thomas did fall or jump out of an ambulance which was taking him to hospital after he’d been injured in a fight and he was left it a persistent vegetative state. His poor mother killed him with an overdose of heroin, was convicted and served 3 years of a 5 year sentence.

      No tragedy too tragic that it isn’t grist to Neelu’s mill.

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      • Such simplified thinking with This Mob with their persistent calls to various hospitals claiming un-named persons (John Paterson, John Wanoa) are not mad as a box of frogs.
        I think in another era they would have been plaguing Scotland Yard if they had managed to capture Jack The Ripper claiming: “he’s perfectly sane..he’s just a very naughty boy”.

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    • At 4 minutes, Neelu claims that when people who are “targeted individuals” or “whistleblowers” are announced dead on arrival at hospital, it means they’ve been “assassinated in the ambulance” 🤦‍♂️

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      • “They” are listening to my thoughts (via chemtrails). Yes, I think I know what that is. But Ramola D believes that “they” give “whistleblowers” cancer, so it’s a race to the bottom here.

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        • What I can never work out about “chemtrails” is that the so-called elite breathe the same atmosphere as we lesser mortals so surely they would be in danger if “chemtrails” were true. I know there was a time some decades ago when planes were spraying a noxious sort of weedkiller (or pest killer?) with scant regard for workers on the land (many of them migrants) – I think in the USA. I wonder if there was some sort of confusion between the spraying on crops without regard to human life (which was a scandal) and contrails.

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    • This one’s got the lot – devine signals, chemtrails, angels, orgonite… oh and apparently Eisenhower signed a treaty with the aliens in 1954 🙄

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    • Conflating Barbara Kahan OBE (1920-2000) the social worker and Barbara Kahan (born 1931) the lady who’s name is used as a temporary director for “shelf companies” again?

      I was involved with a Barbara Kahan shelf company a few years ago. A big construction firm went bust and a shelf company name was needed so that the workers could keep on and complete the job without running up huge debts and delays – very useful and legitimate idea.

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      • I’ve purchased several shelf companies over the years. It’s a perfectly lawful thing- companies set up cheaply so you don’t have to go through all the rigmarole.

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    • ‘Your name says it all’ from someone who’s only two letters away from perhaps exposing (pun intended) their own sexual predilection.

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  6. Drinking game – listen to this interview and every time Thomas tells a porky, you have to take two sups. Hic. Burp. Sorry folks, need lie down 🤪

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    • Sample quotes:

      “When the children went on holiday with their mum, they felt safe enough to tell her about it.”

      “The medical exam said these kids have been abused.”

      “The perpetrators went into hiding, they didn’t even defend themselves at all.”

      “Obviously in America I have Freedom of Speech, so I can say these things. They can’t stop me from doing that over here.”

      “It makes you wonder if the judge was paid off.”

      “The mother passed the polygraph test.”

      “You don’t see the other side putting up any defence.”

      “I recognise demonic presence and something showed up yesterday when I was doing my show.”

      And how’s this for a confession:

      “Sabine went to prison for doing exactly what I’m doing.”

      Thanks to Agent J for your help with these

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    • What is striking is the confluence of stories. We know how much APD, Devine and Dunny get excited about their fabrications, reveling in bigger and more outlandish accusations every time. And then you read the BBC long read on Carl Beech, and it all makes sense.

      Beech, who nevertheless insisted most of his claims were true, was totally absorbed in his violent paedophile fantasies, imagining parts for people he knew, then changing their roles and adding in new characters as he went along.

      Prosecutors said his motivations were varied.

      Money was one.

      He also enjoyed the attention, with a supportive community of online followers, his media appearances, … all bolstering his sense of self importance.

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  7. I’ve been reading things but didn’t intend to comment today but I got a suggestion for a video dated today (23.7.19) by General Sands. I didn’t go right through it but she has the little girl’s (as associated with this hoax) face showing (not linking because I don’t know how to block the face).

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    • Thanks, CAW. Yes, she has quite a few up. We’re aware of it and things are happening behind the scenes to hopefully get them taken down.

      I believe Sheva’s been on a reporting spree on there too.

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    • This is about the mental health warrant for EWE last month. She asks for an investigation but then stymies it by refusing to give any details! Eventually she realises the problem she’s put herself into and gives her name: Neelu Berry, private investigator for the Crown and Lord Bishops and the Monarch Equity Trusts.

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  8. Er… nope.

    Feel free to check the source recording put up by both Abe and Kris Costa, Angie. And for feck’s sake, just for once, try to go 10 seconds without lying through your arse in order to protect a wanted child abuser!

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    • “I need him to stop the terrorism against me after my baby niece was raped in the mouth at St. George’s Hospital.”

      Nasty nasty Neelu 😡

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      • Neelu may well be mentally ill as well as being a complete garbage person.* But she seems to have chosen her ‘delusions’, the way they
        (1) feed her preening, entitled, self-regarding sense of self-importance.
        (2) Allow her to engage in sick sexual fantasies.
        (3) Help her to persuade the morons around her to commit suicide by medical non-treatment.

        She also seems to be well-attuned with events in the real world (in order to co-opt other people’s tragedies and weave them into those ‘delusions’).

        * “Complete garbage person” is not really a term in psychology.

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  9. Andy”Full Colon” Devine “Full Colon” is sending harassing emails to Wanoa’s hospital claiming they are denying his blood pressure treatment.
    How he could know what treatment Wanoa is getting is a mystery but This Mob seem ignorant to the fact shrinks are also medical doctors and will treat their patients for physical and mental ailments at the same time.

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  10. Some recent additions to the Hoaxtead Book of Fruitcake Quotes:

    “They’re protecting the children from getting justice”
    “According to him, I’m a conducted paedophile”
    “The detractors are like a mosquito. No one believes them”
    “I’m the fittest 69-year-old I’ve ever seen or ever met”
    “Under what grounds?”
    “You really are quite backwards”
    “19 years and still fighting fir justice”
    “I’ll give you a breakdown in a minute, Angela”
    “Let’s look him up on the bayleaf register”
    “There is a world war every hundred years”

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      • Her problem is that she’s Barbara ‘Babs’ Collier, a notorious shit-stirrer who plays both sides off against each other and is obsessed with slandering people (and their families) and desperately trying to dox them. She’s been trying to find crap like this to fill her days since Eddieisok dumped her.

        Check out this particularly nasty one from her:

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    • 10:04 – “My wife is out working to keep me here, to keep me at doing what I’m doing.”

      So Heather’s the breadwinner? He’s buggered when she eventually packs up and leaves him, then.

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    • 15:37 – “Just remember – he who smiles the laugh, he who laughs the last will be last and laugh the longest, like.”

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      • “He who laughs the last will be the last”. That reminds me of the New Statesman competition for obvious proverbs to match the (apparently genuine) Ghanaian proverb “never rub bottoms with a porcupine”. Mr Colon-Devine’s is reminiscent of one of the entries: “he digs deepest who deepest digs”.

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  11. Thank you GPS. As an ex Uni Physics lecturer, I had no idea about this use of Quantum ! Am I the only one who thinks its a bit bonkers – legal docs seem to have been drawn up without it for many years?
    “Full Colon Andrew Full Colon Devine” seems to ‘hate’ legal, medical speak as its ‘too complicated’ and ‘designed to exclude’ people like him, but then advocates this Quantum stuff

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    • Don’t worry if it seems complicated at first. This 9-and-a-half-hour lecture from the bloke who invented it should get you started 😆

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      • Here’s an example of it in action: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eTwMAgs4_ZU i.e. defendant speaking quantum grammar gibberish and getting convicted. As ever the judge is very patient. Understatements of the year from him “I don’t quite follow that.” and, “I don’t know if that was an answer or not…” The comments on YouTube are quite funny.

        BTW I had to paste the link into IE, Firefox (sensible browser) wouldn’t have it.

        I’ve spent nearly 40 years drafting legal stuff and I can assure you quantum grammar is utter drivel. If you look at any legal document, e.g. your mortgage, or an act of Parliament, you’ll see it uses normal grammar. The specific WORDS may be difficult as they have a technical meaning, but the grammar and punctuation is the everyday language. In the YouTube, at 23:00 the judge gives a statutory warning; it’s a little complicated but it is normal language with not a hyphen or tilde in earshot.

        Use of the colon in your name is related to the fotler strawman idea – that you are divided into a legal person (strawman) who has to pay the bills and obey the law, and the flesh and blood person, who can enjoy the house, use the electricity, drive on the roads etc, but doesn’t have to obey the law. And you can split the two, so continue to enjoy the benefits without any legal liability. Quantum grammar says you can separate yourself by using a colon. So when Andy Devine calls himself Andy Colon Devine Colon, he is not indicating what he is full of, but asserting that he has no legal liability for anything.

        There is a Wikipedia page about it under David Wynn Miiler with some examples and a list of wins using this method. (Spoiler alert)

        There aren’t any.

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  12. This may have been mentioned previously (I haven’t been back through every thread that has appeared on this site) but I came across something where John Wanoa was discussed on a forum in 2013 – so six years ago. https://www.cookdandbombd.co.uk/forums/index.php?topic=35729.30 I think at that time he wanted Hoa hakononia (my spelling may be off) returned from the British Museum. Does Easter Island come under the suzerainty of New Zealand?

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    • I read through the cooked and bombed thread which was quite funny in parts. (I know – I should get out more, don’t all shout at once). However I did notice that Kingy had issued a “warrant” for Queen Elizabeth II’s arrest back circa 2014 and she’s still on the throne. How many warrants has he issued over the years?

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      • No doubt she’ll file like the one she did from Kevin Annett and his “Brussels court”. Crumpled it up and flicked it to her Corgis to rip apart while she had afternoon tea.

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