Hampstead christ church satanic ritual child abuse


  • The ‘were babies murdered’ case
  • Couple Exonerated in ‘Satanic Panic’ Child Ritual Abuse Case
  • The devil rides out (again)
  • Re P and Q (Children – Care Proceedings – Fact Finding) [2015]
  • BFMS Website
  • The so-called “Hampstead Satanic Cult” should be a warning to the credulous
  • The ‘were babies murdered’ case

    And the consequent ruling by Mrs Justice Pauffley is as definitive as the case is extraordinary. It has attracted the notice not only of the media, but of barristers as well. Both Barbara Hewson and Matthew Scott have written upon the matter.

    I am able to state with complete conviction that none of the allegations are true. I am entirely certain that everything Ms Draper, her partner Abraham Christie and the children said about those matters was fabricated. The claims are baseless.

    All the indications are that over a period of some weeks last summer, P and Q were forced by Mr Christie and Ms Draper, working in partnership, to provide concocted accounts of horrific events. The stories came about as the result of relentless emotional and psychological pressure as well as significant physical abuse. Torture is a strong word but it is the most accurate way to describe what was done to the children by Mr Christie in collaboration with Ms Draper.

    And: There was no satanic or other cult at which babies were murdered and children were sexually abused. All of the material promulgated by Ms Draper now published on the internet is nothing other than utter nonsense.

    Torture is the most accurate way to describe what was done by Mr Christie in collaboration with Ms Draper. Both children were assaulted by Mr Christie by being hit with a metal spoon on multiple occasions over their head and legs, by being pushed into walls, punched, pinched and kicked.

    Water was poured over them as they knelt semi-clothed. 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. Twenty-one years after Professor Jean La Fontaine produced her report for the Department of Health, confirming the absence of any convincing evidence for the existence of Satanic ritual abuse SRA in the UK, it is extraordinary that any court should have to conduct a similar inquiry. The case is an ugly reminder of how easy it can be, in the current febrile climate, for a couple of warped individuals to promote their own dystopian fantasies, oblivious to the very real psychological harm done to children like P and Q, and the turmoil inflicted on large numbers of innocent people as a result.

    Yet a relentless internet campaign has been waged, and continues to be waged, to represent a non-existent paedophile ring at an excellent Primary School as merely the tip of an iceberg of similar abuse elsewhere. Unfortunately it is not just a few isolated fruitcakes who believe this stuff. Likewise, the attitude of the police when the allegations were first made seems to have been to believe the children and to ignore the recordings of their coaching which would have cast huge doubt over the affair.

    No babies have been murdered, no children have been raped and no virgin blood drunk. But the propagation of the myth of the Hampstead paedophile ring is still immensely cruel to real people. The videos of the children themselves are, in effect, videos of child abuse. The effect of constantly posting and reposting these videos will be to expose the children to ridicule and bullying by their peers, whilst the psychological effects of being constantly reminded of their false stories can only be guessed at.

    Nor should the cruelty to adults be overlooked. Practically all the teaching and administrative staff at Christ Church School have been named as members of the Satanic cult, along with many parents.

    It may be possible to laugh off such nonsense, but when the same allegations are repeated again and again for months it surely cannot be easy to do so.

    Some people, as the judge noted, have received threatening messages, something that has been facilitated by websites that have listed personal contact details to assist bullies. Online reviews of the school advise people to keep their children away. Church goers are picketed on Sunday mornings. It is incredible that in this day and age doctors, social workers and police officers should take seriously what is obviously self-contradicting nonsense without the slightest basis in reality.

    And yet it is. And until such a time as these delusions are fully exposed for what they are they must be disproved and discredited on every occasion they make their appearance.

    Couple Exonerated in ‘Satanic Panic’ Child Ritual Abuse Case

    Such scares blow up from time to time and they always turn out to be nonsense, or at least, if they contain a grain of truth, to be hugely exaggerated.

    However on this occasion I have paid more than passing attention because the school in question happens to be where two of my children learnt to read and write and where they spent seven exceptionally happy years. I have had no involvement with the school since , but the Head Teacher and many of the other teachers and staff, as well as the Parish priest, are the same now as they had been then.

    When the previous Head Teacher left in there were some parents, myself included, who thought that her deputy, an inspirational teacher loved by children and staff alike ought to have got the job. The governors disagreed and the post went to an outsider who quickly proved to be a great success, while the former deputy was immediately snapped up to become Head of another Primary School.

    These things happen and the school continued to prosper under its new Head. It was, justifiably, hugely over-subscribed. In September last year two children returned from a holiday with their mother, Ella Draper, and her boyfriend, Abraham Christie.

    She had been separated from their father, Ricky Dearman, for several years. She had alleged that he had been violent towards her, and had taken out a non-molestation injunction against him such an injunction does not require proof of violence. For his part, Mr Dearman had had endless problems getting contact with the children and the contact dispute had drifted through seven different judges and nine court hearings with no resolution.

    Ms Draper and Mr Christie returned from their holiday with video recordings on a mobile phone. In them the children claimed that they had been sexually abused by numerous people, including their father, other parents and virtually all the teachers and staff at Christ Church school.

    They repeated the allegations which were wide-ranging, exceptionally serious and, to anyone not already steeped in the belief that cults of Death Eaters, Illuminati and Satanists are operating to prey on innocent children, ought to have been regarded as patently ridiculous. They provide details of all the people who have been involved — all the teachers, parents of children at the school, social services. There were said to be secret rooms in the Church. Even nearby businesses were part of the cult.

    A shoe repair shop in East Finchley apparently used baby skins to make shoes and a nearby MacDonalds was used for murders and body boiling. Absurd and utterly incredible such allegations appear now, and so they should have appeared to the police at the time.

    The recording of the children being coached was simply put in a cupboard and, it seems, ignored. The police took the children on a drive around Hampstead so that they could point out venues where abuse had taken place. More seriously they were also subjected to not one but two separate intimate anogenital examinations by Dr Deborah Hodes. Dr Hodes is an extremely big shot in the world of child protection. Deborah studied medicine at the Royal London Hospital and trained in paediatrics ….

    Deborah is a fellow of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health and has an active role there as a co-opted member of the Child Protection Standing Committee and writes for their publications.

    She teaches both locally and nationally and at UCLH she leads the student teaching of community paediatrics. At UCLH her clinic includes the assessment of children with complex safeguarding presentations including historic sexual abuse.

    She found, or thought she found, signs of scars or healed fissures around the anuses of both children. It was supposed findings of RAD, of course, that led to the wrongful diagnosis of child abuse in large numbers of children in Cleveland in the s. It remains a somewhat controversial diagnostic tool. The best that can be said for it is that it may be, but is not necessarily, an indication that sexual abuse has taken place.

    A few days after this, both children withdrew their allegations at a further police interview. Lindsay et al found a recantation rate of Torture is the most accurate way to describe what was done by Mr Christie in collaboration with Ms Draper. Lots of people believed, and still believe this farrago of nonsense The chances that a Satanic paedophile ring of this sort could operate at a Primary School are nil.

    The idea that large numbers of children could be sodomised with dildos every Wednesday and made to watch babies being murdered, and that their parents would not notice something a little odd going or that they would approve of it is patently ridiculous. The idea that all the parents were themselves in on the Satanism is itself absurd. At least 5 members of the teaching and administrative staff who were present in my day have been named as Satanic abusers.

    So I can speak from personal experience. Without exception all of them are gentle, caring people who have devoted themselves to the school and the welfare of the children who have attended it. If it had been, my children would have been victims of it, and I would have been a perpetrator. One wonders, even in a hugely over-subscribed Church of England Primary School, how were these Satanic parents selected? Are they chosen from amongst the ranks of the Illuminati, known to each other through participation in secret Satanic Covens?

    If so, something went wrong in my case. I am not an Illuminatus, whatever that may be. I have never attended a Satanic coven and would not know what to do in the unlikely eventuality of finding myself at one.

    We had a walk around the school, a chat to the then Head Mistress and we spent a few weeks on a waiting list. At no time were we asked about our willingness to participate in Satanic orgies, nor was our consent sought to allow the teachers to bugger our children with dildos. If it had been, that would have raised serious questions over whether this was the right school for us. So it is bunkum. Yet a relentless internet campaign has been waged, and continues to be waged, to represent a non-existent paedophile ring at an excellent Primary School as merely the tip of an iceberg of similar abuse elsewhere.

    The other is the thoroughly malignant Sabine McNeill, who seems like the mother to have left the country in order to continue her campaign without fear of arrest for contempt of court or harassment.

    Unfortunately it is not just a few isolated fruitcakes who believe this stuff. Likewise, the attitude of the police when the allegations were first made seems to have been to believe the children and to ignore the recordings of their coaching which would have cast huge doubt over the affair. Real people are damaged No babies have been murdered, no children have been raped and no virgin blood drunk. But the propagation of the myth of the Hampstead paedophile ring is still immensely cruel to real people.

    The videos of the children themselves are, in effect, videos of child abuse. The effect of constantly posting and reposting these videos will be to expose the children to ridicule and bullying by their peers, whilst the psychological effects of being constantly reminded of their false stories can only be guessed at.

    Nor should the cruelty to adults be overlooked. Practically all the teaching and administrative staff at Christ Church School have been named as members of the Satanic cult, along with many parents. It may be possible to laugh off such nonsense, but when the same allegations are repeated again and again for months it surely cannot be easy to do so.

    Some people, as the judge noted, have received threatening messages, something that has been facilitated by websites that have listed personal contact details to assist bullies. Online reviews of the school advise people to keep their children away. Church goers are picketed on Sunday mornings. The trouble with these sorts of campaign is that they work. Almost nobody has the time, even if they had the inclination, to get to the bottom of an internet scare story.

    To follow the twists and turns of the Hollie Greig hoax, for example, would, by now, require the patience of a saint and the research skills of a Doctor of Philosophy.

    The same, I fear, will soon be true of the Hampstead Satanic Cult hoax, and no doubt that that is the intention of those who are orchestrating it. Soon, perhaps, there will be calls for an inquiry. It is impossible to follow the development of the Hampstead Cult story, or the Hollie Greig hoax, without seeing parallels with the allegations of a historical VIP paedophile and murder ring that are being enthusiastically peddled by Exaro News in association with the Sunday People.

    Of course it is possible, in fact it is virtually inevitable, that during the s and s Parliament, the armed forces and the intelligence services contained paedophiles. No doubt some of them committed offences against children.

    It is also, of course, possible that some or all of these organisations contained murderers. What is in issue here is something quite different: that MPs, Ministers and senior officials participated in organised child abuse and murder, and then colluded in covering it up. It is impossible to say with complete certainty that there was no such VIP paedophile ring and no murders but there are warning signs that should make us extremely cautious. The idea that politicians and others would stand by and watch murders taking place; that the bodies could be disposed of and everyone who knew of the crime, including people who were horrified by it, would simply remain silent for 30 or 40 years is inherently unlikely.

    Secondly, the story has grown in complexity and confusion as the months have passed. Allegations of cover-ups in high places abound; ex-police officers are said to have been ordered to drop sensitive investigations. Complaints have been made to the IPCC. We are invited simply to put our trust in Exaro. The stories are already so many and so varied that some will be tempted to conclude that there must be something in them. The assertion that wicked things have happened and that they have been deliberately covered up has been repeated for so long that it becomes ever harder for anyone to doubt.

    It is easy to see how in such an atmosphere the fairness of any criminal trial would be horribly compromised. As a proper scientist looks for evidence to disprove a hypothesis, so a proper police investigation should be actively looking for evidence to undermine their claims.

    Perhaps this is happening, though the public pronouncements suggest otherwise. Or did the police approach it with the blinkered preconception that Nick and Darren must be believed?

    Were they blind to the possibility that there was no VIP paedophile ring, no high level cover up and, in fact, no murders?

    Bandying around accusations and innuendoes of rape and murder is not something to be undertaken lightly, or because a news organisation is intent on whipping up a story. Yet we have had well-publicised police raids on the recently widowed Lady Brittan, the nonagenarian war hero Lord Bramall and the ex-MP Harvey Proctor.

    It is in the nature of these stories that even if no charges are ever brought, people will believe that these people are in some way implicated in rape, paedophilia and murder. These are not trivial concerns. Liked it? Take a second to support Matthew on Patreon!

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    The devil rides out (again)

    Lots of people believed, and still believe this farrago of nonsense The chances that a Satanic paedophile ring of this sort could operate at a Primary School are nil. The idea that large numbers of children could be sodomised with dildos every Wednesday and made to watch babies being murdered, and that their parents would not notice something a little odd going or that they would approve of it is patently ridiculous.

    The idea that all the parents were themselves in on the Satanism is itself absurd. At least 5 members of the teaching and administrative staff who were present in my day have been named as Satanic abusers. So I can speak from personal experience. Without exception all of them are gentle, caring people who have devoted themselves to the school and the welfare of the children who have attended it.

    Re P and Q (Children – Care Proceedings – Fact Finding) [2015]

    If it had been, my children would have been victims of it, and I would have been a perpetrator. One wonders, even in a hugely over-subscribed Church of England Primary School, how were these Satanic parents selected?

    Are they chosen from amongst the ranks of the Illuminati, known to each other through participation in secret Satanic Covens? If so, something went wrong in my case. I am not an Illuminatus, whatever that may be. I have never attended a Satanic coven and would not know what to do in the unlikely eventuality of finding myself at one. We had a walk around the school, a chat to the then Head Mistress and we spent a few weeks on a waiting list. At no time were we asked about our willingness to participate in Satanic orgies, nor was our consent sought to allow the teachers to bugger our children with dildos.

    If it had been, that would have raised serious questions over whether this was the right school for us. So it is bunkum. Yet a relentless internet campaign has been waged, and continues to be waged, to represent a non-existent paedophile ring at an excellent Primary School as merely the tip of an iceberg of similar abuse elsewhere.

    The other is the thoroughly malignant Sabine McNeill, who seems like the mother to have left the country in order to continue her campaign without fear of arrest for contempt of court or harassment. Unfortunately it is not just a few isolated fruitcakes who believe this stuff.

    Likewise, the attitude of the police when the allegations were first made seems to have been to believe the children and to ignore the recordings of their coaching which would have cast huge doubt over the affair.

    Real people are damaged No babies have been murdered, no children have been raped and no virgin blood drunk. But the propagation of the myth of the Hampstead paedophile ring is still immensely cruel to real people.

    The videos of the children themselves are, in effect, videos of child abuse. The effect of constantly posting and reposting these videos will be to expose the children to ridicule and bullying by their peers, whilst the psychological effects of being constantly reminded of their false stories can only be guessed at. Nor should the cruelty to adults be overlooked. Practically all the teaching and administrative staff at Christ Church School have been named as members of the Satanic cult, along with many parents.

    It may be possible to laugh off such nonsense, but when the same allegations are repeated again and again for months it surely cannot be easy to do so. Some people, as the judge noted, have received threatening messages, something that has been facilitated by websites that have listed personal contact details to assist bullies.

    Online reviews of the school advise people to keep their children away. Church goers are picketed on Sunday mornings. The trouble with these sorts of campaign is that they work. Almost nobody has the time, even if they had the inclination, to get to the bottom of an internet scare story.

    BFMS Website

    To follow the twists and turns of the Hollie Greig hoax, for example, would, by now, require the patience of a saint and the research skills of a Doctor of Philosophy. The same, I fear, will soon be true of the Hampstead Satanic Cult hoax, and no doubt that that is the intention of those who are orchestrating it. Soon, perhaps, there will be calls for an inquiry.

    It is impossible to follow the development of the Hampstead Cult story, or the Hollie Greig hoax, without seeing parallels with the allegations of a historical VIP paedophile and murder ring that are being enthusiastically peddled by Exaro News in association with the Sunday People.

    Of course it is possible, in fact it is virtually inevitable, that during the s and s Parliament, the armed forces and the intelligence services contained paedophiles.

    No doubt some of them committed offences against children. It is also, of course, possible that some or all of these organisations contained murderers.

    The so-called “Hampstead Satanic Cult” should be a warning to the credulous

    What is in issue here is something quite different: that MPs, Ministers and senior officials participated in organised child abuse and murder, and then colluded in covering it up.

    It is impossible to say with complete certainty that there was no such VIP paedophile ring and no murders but there are warning signs that should make us extremely cautious. The idea that politicians and others would stand by and watch murders taking place; that the bodies could be disposed of and everyone who knew of the crime, including people who were horrified by it, would simply remain silent for 30 or 40 years is inherently unlikely.

    Secondly, the story has grown in complexity and confusion as the months have passed. Allegations of cover-ups in high places abound; ex-police officers are said to have been ordered to drop sensitive investigations. Complaints have been made to the IPCC. We are invited simply to put our trust in Exaro. The stories are already so many and so varied that some will be tempted to conclude that there must be something in them. I never thought I would get to see in my lifetime children speak publicly of the evil atrocities committed against them.

    For Child Abuse and Satanic Ritual abuse victims and escapees, please if you have been ignored, have fought hard to speak out about the evil committed against you, please continue to do so.

    I know for myself I tried many times as a young child to speak out about Satanic Ritual abuse in Australia and its connection to the Global Organised Occult Network, only to be ignored and silenced.

    The physical disabilities which hinder me with everything I try and do. The root of all Child Abuse lies within the satanic, as all evil especially this depth of evil can only come from pure evil and hatred towards all that is good.

    Truth will always surface as it is consistent, not like the lies used to cover up Truth, which are inconsistent and constantly change.


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    • 29.07.2021 at 22:27
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      All above told the truth. We can communicate on this theme. Here or in PM.

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    • 01.08.2021 at 11:16
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      By no means is not present. I know.

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