We’ll admit it: troofer-baiting can be fun. Over the months, some of our commenters have tried to converse with Hoaxtead pushers, and have shared the result with us, often to great comic effect. Because really, sometimes all one can do is laugh, right?
Since almost the very beginning of the Hampstead SRA hoax, a major problem has been the massive proliferation of Hoaxtead-related videos on YouTube. Volunteers have devoted hundreds of hours to the thankless task of reporting videos that violate Mrs Justice Pauffley’s original court order, and YouTube’s terms of service.
One of our team members recently noticed that an apparent newcomer had set up housekeeping over on YouTube, and had begun uploading videos like there was no tomorrow. None of the videos were new; all came from a variety of older accounts, but they all shared one thing in common: they preached the Gospel According…
Poor Angela has been having a rough week. As we predicted a few weeks back (because it seems to happen every bleedin’ time she travels), her computer equipment was stolen from her baggage while she was en route from Lanzarote, and (of course) she lost all the most important stuff, which will (of course) cost…
Some of you have probably noticed that our blog is being ‘scraped’ for links by another WordPress blog called, inexplicably, ‘Hoaxteadresearchmessiahlawyer666’, run by someone who calls himself ‘Bar man’.
Here’s something you don’t see every day: a fiercely dedicated Hoaxtead pusher admitting that maybe, just possibly, all other things being equal and the tide don’t rise, she could have been wrong about something.
Yesterday our friend Gabriella Barney spotted a couple of yobs mouthing off over on professional illiterate bully Alan Alanson‘s Facebook page.