A frustration of having closed this blog for 18 months pending John Paterson’s trial was the inability to continue reporting on new and interesting additions to the SRA hoaxing scene. Not only did we completely miss out on the Wilfred Wong et al arrest last November, but we’ve said nary a word about SRA claimant Jeanette Archer, who launched her personal publicity campaign a full year ago.
Archer, a 50-something woman who claims to be the survivor of a Satanic cult based in Surrey, alleges to have been vilely tormented from a very young age, though details of her story seem to vary from one telling to the next. She made her first public appearance last May in an interview with Jon Wedger, followed in June by an interview with Shaun Attwood.
What emerged from these interviews was pure catnip to those enthralled by horror porn, particularly the sort that features evil adults doing terrible things to small children. Almost as though anticipating that a certain audience would lap this up, and indeed might be convinced to part with some cash to keep the gore flowing, Archer and her cronies have set up various cash-extraction receptacles.
All monies received will totally go toward “exposing SRA”, even though it has never been satisfactorily proven to exist. But if it did, you can be sure that Archer and friends would be spending your money to put a stop it.
Most recently, Archer has appointed a devotee named Lydia as her “PA & Dedicated Fundraiser”.
Lydia’s job is to issue demands for money, because speaking at QAnon-themed public rallies is a costly business, and if it’s to be the “massive success it’s destined to be”, Archer needs your cash.
What exactly does she need to participate in this momentous event? Body armour? A bespoke speaker’s podium with pictures of demons hand-painted in gold paint? A personal quadrophonic loudhailer? A coach and four to deliver her safely to the site? No one is saying, but she definitely needs money, so fork it over, please.
Oh, and here’s a poem about a little boy named Ben who allegedly died in front of Archer. Send money.
A couple of days ago, HR commenter ‘Crotchety Auld Woman’ pointed us in the direction of a YouTube channel which shines a light on some of Archer’s antics. While the entire channel is worth a browse—Shellie Mote has gone to a lot of work to point out the glaring holes and contradictions in Archer’s claims—one video in particular offers a chilling look at Archer & Co.’s fundraising tactics.
Shellie: “So Jeanette Archer was in a good position of being in hospices, collecting money off people who were actually dying, coming in and out of consciousness. … This is Jeanette Archer, leaving a message for Niki Cooper, who still owes us an explanation for the £500 a child. This is Jeanette taking money off somebody while they’re dying, and I think it’s vile, and I think it’s disgusting, and I think it shows no morals, and I will uphold that spirit’s voice. Right, here we go”.
Archer: “Hi Nik, Jeanette. Hope you’re all right, darling. I’m coming through that shit now, I’m in a better place.
“But I’ve spent the last few days in a hospice, erm, with a lady called Sam Zen, who is one of my peeps, but she, erm, anyway, she’s the lady that sent you a £1,000 donation. I wanted to let you know she’s dying, I mean she’s literally probably got hours, I mean she might make it through to the morning, but I don’t know.
“Erm, and I’m just here with her till that happens. So I just wanted to, if you haven’t had the chance, just to say thank you, she sent a grand to you and to Jon as well, let him know, erm, well, Sue’s let him know for me, erm, if you want to send a thank you message to her, you may have already done it, Nik, I just didn’t want it to be too late and you, me not tell you what’s happening? What’s happening to her…erm, if you haven’t had the chance, send me a little message on here, like, write something out, and I’ll read it out to her for you.
“She’s, erm, she’s going in and out of consciousness, but she comes round and we have our little chats, and then she goes back into being, you know, unconscious, so there’s a bit of time left, I just wanted to make sure that if you did want to do something you could make, all right, because I’d hate to think like, she died, and you didn’t get to say thank you. Erm, yeah. So if you did want me to read something out from her, just text it over to me here, and I will do that. All right, and erm, I was gonna say…no I can’t, I’m fucking delirious…
“All right, well I’ve got to get back in, I just popped out for a bit of fresh air. Um, there was something, there was something what was it? Oh, God, I can’t remember, anyway…um, just text something over and I’ll read it out to her, and make sure she knows it’s from you, all right mate, see you later”.
This raises so many questions: what was Archer doing in a hospice in the first place? It’s been suggested that perhaps she was acting in a volunteer capacity, trawling for donors, and just happened to find one who was ripe for the picking. However, I’d be more inclined to guess that she was made aware that “one of her peeps” was about to die, and she wanted to get in there while the getting was good.
The poor victim of this utterly venal ploy was “drifting in and out of consciousness” in the last hours of her life, but Archer didn’t want her to depart this mortal plane without ensuring one last dip into her bank account. Interesting that Archer saw fit to share the dosh with Niki Cooper, but perhaps if Cooper could pry one last fistful of money from the victim, she and Archer could come to some sort of mutually beneficial arrangement?
If anybody knows the identity of the victim here, the police should be alerted.
Meanwhile, many thanks to Shellie Mote for sharing this material and revealing Archer for the revolting vulture she is.