On Friday, 3rd June, The Transparency Project sponsored the 2016 Child Protection Conference—a followup to last year’s multi-discliplinary event “which discussed the different views and perspectives from experts, lawyers, social workers, parents and care leavers in an attempt to re-position the current unhealthily polarised debate around the child protection system”. Advertisements
Over the weekend, we noted that legal experts Sarah Phillimore, Giles Peaker (@NearlyLegal on Twitter), and Julie Doughty had taken Sabine and Belinda’s legal guru, John Hemming, to task about his strange and incorrect beliefs in a rollicking Twitter conversation.
A couple of days ago we talked about Belinda and Sabine’s new business venture, McKNews, and how it represents a shift in focus, as they attempt to break into the mainstream media.
Yesterday we discussed a post Belinda had published on her Knight Foundation blog. We were looking at it in terms of ‘dog-whistle’ terms (words and phrases that have one meaning for the general public, but elicit very specific reactions from the troofer audience), but we also noted that the post trailed off into strange gibberish.
According to attendees who contacted us following Margaret Tuttle’s ‘Children Screaming to Be Heard’ conference this past Saturday, the event was definitely underwhelming. Lower than expected attendance, combined with dull speakers spouting the usual drivel about ‘social workers selling babies’ and ‘Satanic ritual abuse yadda yadda yadda’, left audience members wondering why they’d wasted a…
Andy Peacher, an early and enthusiastic promoter of Hoaxtead, and continued purveyor of various conspiritainment acts (Neelu comes to mind), recently announced the ‘Child Protection Task Force’ conference, to be held 5 May in Glasgow.
If you had asked us a few months ago, “How long has this case been going on?” we might have replied, “Since about January 2015, when Sabine leaked the first reports to Veterans Today and then TheTapBlog”. But new evidence keeps emerging that pushes that timeline back to at least November 2014, if not much…