Alleged Satanic ritual abuse case shows how gullible people are

Following my article earlier this month about hysteria in the UK involving allegations of a Satanic cult ritually abusing and killing children in London, the truth finally hit the newspapers after an in-depth investigation by a high court found that the allegations were a total fabricated fantasy.

What seemed to have started as two children caught “touching themselves” was blown into a full-scale Satanic fantasy involving hundreds of people, schools and businesses in the Hampstead area of London.  A weak-minded mother of two children was encouraged to assist a dominating new partner in her life, Abraham Christie, a man with a criminal history of dishonesty and violence, to torture and brainwash her children to make allegations of Satanic ritual abuse against scores of innocent people.

Newspapers such as Hampstead local newspaper Ham&High and UK national newspaper Guardian reported last week the conclusions of the High Court Judge Mrs Justice Pauffley, who condemned the actions of the mother, her partner Christie, and the army of gullible internet vigilantes that had inflicted serious emotional damage upon the children and many innocent people by inventing and repeating the fantasies of Satanic ritual abuse.

“The long term emotional and psychological harm of what was done to the children is incalculable. The impact of the internet campaign is likely to have the most devastating consequences for P and Q.”

The allegations included:

“Specifically, it was said that babies were supplied from all over the world. They were bought, injected with drugs and then sent by TNT or DHL to London. The assertions were that babies had been abused, tortured and then sacrificed. Their throats were slit, blood was drunk and cult members would then dance wearing babies’ skulls (sometimes with blood and hair still attached) on their bodies. All the cult members wore shoes made of baby skin produced by the owner of a specified shoe repair shop.”

It was claimed that people might enjoy cooked baby with their fries at the local McDonald’s restaurant:

“Rituals were performed, so it was claimed, in an upstairs room at the McDonald’s restaurant where the “boss” allowed child sacrifice because he was a member of the cult. Human babies were prepared, cooked in the ovens within a secret kitchen and then eaten by cult members.”

Whilst studying all the video tapes, audio and the many internet postings on this Satanic ritual abuse case, the misanthropic attitude of this Satanicviews writer hit a new low, questioning how gullible so many people could be to believe and propagate such fantasies.  Since the findings of the judge, the mindless fools who believe these SRA claims now allege the judge is also part of an ever-growing conspiracy, and when this writer challenged them, they included this writer in with the conspiracy.

The summary of the judge is here, who made a great statement relevant to all the Satanic ritual abuse claims, none that have ever been proved:

“The individuals who have watched online film clips, read online articles and believed in the allegations would do well to reflect that ‘things may not be what they seem’ and that it is all too easy to be duped on the basis of partial information. There are many campaigning people, sadly, who derive satisfaction from spreading their own poisonous version of history irrespective of whether it is true or not”

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8 thoughts on “Alleged Satanic ritual abuse case shows how gullible people are

  1. unbelievable, or rather, all too believable. I remember the “scare” of the 80s/90s, social services totally taken in, even though they couldn’t say exactly *what* “it” was. Never been any full public retractions, apologies, announcements, or sackings of people in the agencies responsible.

    Can’t go back on demonizing and witch hunts though, can we? Never know when we might want to indulge in another moral orgy as a society.

  2. Not another psuedo-Satanic conspiracy. And this one exacerbated by the mob mentality that the internet is sadly a home to. I hope everyone who propagated this fantasy gets a punishment as savage as possible, and anyone who believed it be beaten for believing their lies whilst simultaneously acting upon mob mentality.

  3. It’s sad that some people are still so gullible in the 21st century, but I am sure they will one day blush at their own foolishness and face reality:->

  4. I am sure that even the most stupid will one day pull their heads out and smell the coffee. They opposed revolution before : trying to do away with science, saying the earth is flat etc. and they lost. Just watch, they will cancel each other out.

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