The stoopidest troofer: Tere Joyce on Hampstead

It’s been a busy week, so it took our transcription team a while to get round to giving American alleged stand-up comedian Tere Joyce’s take on the Hampstead SRA hoax a listen. (They are currently lying down in a dark room with cold compresses against their temples, but recovering well, thanks.) We learned of Tere’s…

Jon Wedger’s claims: More questions than answers

When we first encountered ex-Met police officer Jonathan Wedger earlier this year, we were inclined to offer him the benefit of the doubt. He seemed so earnest, so utterly convinced that he’d been hard done by…and really, who could resist his earnest puppy-eyed stare? Wedger, who refers to himself as a “police whistle-blower” who was…

Joining the dots: from slime to ‘plastic willies’

It’s an example of dot-joining gone terribly, horribly, comically wrong. Yesterday one of our readers pointed out a YouTube comment by this genius, who has pulled out his crayons and drawn a wobbly line between “RD and his children sell a product called slime” and “didn’t he used to make ‘plastic willies’ in his garden…

Jake Clarke in over his head at EDL punch-up

Speakers’ Corner at Hyde Park erupted into violence yesterday, as EDL members thronged behind their ex-leader Tommy Robinson, who was scheduled to deliver a speech by recently detained far-right spokes-thingy Martin Sellner. The mob surrounded and assaulted veteran speaker Heiko Khoo, a confrontation with a Muslim group followed, and the scene devolved into a massive…

Another dangerous lunatic from Canada unveiled

Yesterday we talked about Canadian Hoaxtead mobster Kane Slater, and his criminally irresponsible allegations that an indoor playground in Ottawa, Canada, is somehow linked to the Pizzagate conspiracy theory. As it turns out, the original source of Kane’s allegations is a blog called “Heavy Truth”, written by someone who seems to live in Ottawa. A…

On receiving a letter from an old friend

It’s always a pleasant thing to hear from old friends who’ve been out of touch for a while. It offers a chance to catch up on one another’s lives, share reminiscences of days gone by, perhaps have a cup of tea or enjoy a nip of something a bit stronger to celebrate the reunion. And…