Archer’s march: The day in pictures

Saturday’s march to end “satnic abuse” was certainly the stuff of song and story, but perhaps not quite in the way organisers Jeanette Archer and Lydia “NOT LUAU” Lowe originally envisioned. For starters, two of the star attractions—Vicky Ash and Samantha Baldwin—suddenly remembered that they had to wash their hair that day. This left Archer…

Archer, Betts advocate child kidnapping

With Jeanette Archer’s Epic Mega-Stupendous Biblical March to End All Marches taking place tomorrow, followed on Monday by the trial of Wilfred Wong and alleged accomplices in the Anglesey child kidnap case, it seems like a good time to take a look at a disturbing trend: the idea of “rescuing” alleged victims of Satanic ritual…

Trouble in Archer-land

It’s premature to claim that Jeanette Archer’s attempted SRA cash-grab has completely collapsed, but I think it’s fair to say there’ve been multiple signs that it’s not at all well. For starters, Archer’s GoFundMe campaign seems to have topped out at £1,765 about three weeks ago. Granted, this amount surpassed the original target of £1,500,…

Annett’s false claims dishonour residential school victims

Please note: This blog post contains material which may be triggering to some people. Since the recent revelations that the bodies of 215 children have been discovered on the grounds of the now-empty Tk’emlups Indian Residential School, Kevin Annett’s lies and half-truths have been doing the rounds again on social media. Even some mainstream journalists…

Thank you, Angie!

As a youngster, I was taught that whenever anybody gave me a gift (whether I liked it or not, and yes, I’m thinking of a particularly ugly raincoat I received for one birthday, not that I’m still bitter), a thank-you note was in order. So here goes. Dear Angela, Thank you ever so much for…