We understand how difficult it can be for those who believe in the Hampstead SRA narrative to convince their friends and followers that they are not off their ever-lovin’ rockers. So we have decided to reach out and offer them some tips and tricks to help them make the story just bit more convincing (or…
How can you tell a Hoaxtead mobster thinks someone might be getting a bit too close to the truth? We all know the answer: they lash out, they blast the person with hateful messages, they claim he or she is a baby-eater, a paedophile, an all-round bad egg, and their mother dresses them funny. They…
Dear Frances Fans, This week, Frances interviewed a young man who thinks he is going to save the world from itself. He has many ideas which he thinks are clever, but in reality, do not hold up under close scrutiny.
Truthers are so predictable.
A few of our team members were down the pub the other day, and the conversation turned to conspiraloons we’ve known.
It started, as these things often do, with a blog post. Barbara Hewson, whose work we have admired here at Hoaxtead Research, wrote an article for Spiked on the subject of a particularly messy and disturbing family law case which went to the Court of Appeal.
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.
Last we heard, Q*Bert had landed in Horley, ready to take on the arduous task of hanging about in Hampstead’s pubs getting pissed and trying to get unsuspecting residents to ‘squeal’ about their non-existent cult. Turns out we were wrong—whether by intentional misdirection or otherwise.
One of the great rewards of this blog is the amazing community that’s formed around us: in addition to valuable information, unique perspectives, and much-appreciated support, our commenters bring us some of our best material.
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.