On the matter of the religious hatred of Wilfred Wong and of his supporters, and of those who encourage the notion that kidnapping children is okay.
In early November 2020 UK news media reported about the abduction of an eight-year-old boy in Wales UK where a certain Wilfred Wong was mentioned. The boy was said to have been allegedly abducted after leaving his school by a group of six individuals at knifepoint, bundled into a car, which was stopped by armed police 200 miles away near Milton Keynes. The obviously distressed young boy was returned back to his caregivers, whilst all six alleged kidnappers were remanded in jail on charges of kidnapping, with Wilfred Wong charged in addition with possession of a knife.
The mention of Wilfred Wong is significant, for he is a known religious fanatic who has dedicated his life to hunting Satanists and promoting the narrative of Satanic Ritual Abuse (SRA). What is disturbing about Wilfred Wong is that he dumps so many religions into one basket, from Islam, to Paganism, to Wicca, under Satanism, which he defines as a worldview dedicated to ritually torturing, sexually abusing, murdering and eating children. Wong has called upon the UK Government to establish an official body with powers that the police, social workers and the courts answer to, in order to investigate anyone he thinks are Satanists (i.e. any religion not Christian) with view to SRA. Wong has also demanded that SRA be a crime in its own right with criminal penalties of life in prison or execution. Wilfred Wong believes he should head such a body, a sort of Spanish Inquisition run by Matthew Hopkins type of Witchfinder Generals.
To many, who do not subscribe to the religion of Christianity, the ideas and influence that Wilfred Wong carries must be somewhat disturbing. Wong is a trained legal barrister who has worked in the Houses of Parliament for Members of Parliament lobbying to advance many Christian causes such as against abortion and promoting a war on alternative religions under the guise of SRA. In the eyes of Wong, any pagan family who for instance go to Stonehenge for a Solstice celebration, is doing a Satanic ritual, and they, plus their children, must be subject of an SRA investigation. Without much of a track record of any accomplishment, Wong has emerged as the leading spokesperson on SRA in the UK with a growing following; and appearing on internet shows hosted by people such as Shaun Attwood that has boosted his public profile.
Within days of the arrest and placing on remand in jail of Wilfred Wong, pending a court hearing on 7th December 2020, the supporters of Wong were organising to free Wong and attempting to spin an alleged abduction of a child as a rescue from SRA. The pro-Wong campaign was given added momentum when one of the alleged kidnappers, Robert Frith, committed suicide by placing a plastic bag over his head. Lurid fictional stories were invented of Wong being castrated by inmates, and of Frith being murdered. Wong supporters pushed the very limits of contempt of court proceedings by speculation and background information about the child in the case. The supporters spun Wong as a hero, and a victim of injustice; creating petitions to President Trump to intervene in the UK justice system to free Wong. The prison where Wong was remanded was spun as a Satanic institution, and the police as Satanic agents of the Crown. Looking for a hate figure, the Wong supporters used the governor of the prison where Wong was remanded as their target of hate, and attacked his character, whilst harrassing staff of that prison.
Of great concern was the approval and justification to abduct the children of any family the supporters of Wong considered as being involved in SRA; for instance, if a child followed the pagan path, then without any evidence of abuse, the religious fanatic was entitled to kidnap them to “rescue” them from “SRA”. The idea that any suspected abuse of a child should be reported to the police for their investigation seemed a crazy notion to the Wong supporters. The religious supporters of Wong promoted an anarchic reality where a religious fanatic could act based upon an opinion without evidence to act as vigilantes with violence to take away children against their will from their families, with specific reference to those following a non-Christian worldview.
Of great fear to the critics of Wong was the attempt of pro-Wong supporters to turn the Wong issue into another Hampstead, where the father and anyone associated with him was spun as a Satanic cult, and the eight-year-old boy the new poster child for the global movement (QAnon) against SRA. Wong, who has no training or track record in dealing with child abuse, or any apparent children of his own, was a surprise figure to be involved in a legally highly risky alleged child kidnapping. Wong, who has claimed over two decades of experience of campaigning on SRA, has been unable to offer any evidence in support of his claims; draws one down a dark road as to what could have happened to this child, if the police had not intervened in rescuing the child from an alleged abduction.
Whilst legally one cannot speculate on the guilt or innocence of the charges the alleged kidnappers of the boy faces, the news media has indicated two will plead guilty; and one individual, Robert Frith, has considered his situation so dire as to end his own life. Whilst I have often entertained thoughts of bringing together a team to drag the child abuser and architect behind the Hampstead SRA hoax Abraham Christie back to the UK from Morocco to face justice, I am fully aware, despite my moral high ground and sense of justice, that if I did that, it would be difficult to fight off any criminal charges from the UK, Morocco or both from what would be a highly illegal operation. The sword works both ways, it is all very well those who promote the fiction of SRA spinning arguments to justify vigilante activity against those of alternative religions, but how would they like it if the alternative religions entertained similar thoughts and struck back at them? To be clear, there is a vastly greater track record of child abuse amongst the religion that Wilfred Wong and his supporters follow than of any other religions they target with religious hatred.
Despite what is a slow and frustrating legal process, often undermined and manipulated by those such as Wilfred Wong, it is only with an act of faith and will that I continue to play along with the legal process. It gets quite hard to sustain tolerance when one comes up against the pure religious hatred of those such as Wilfred Wong and their supporters, to constantly have to suffer this religious hatred without much recourse, and now a new horrifying face that religious fanatics are now allegedly abducting children based upon fictions of SRA.
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