It has been suspected for a number of months, that many of those who are prominent in the Alternative Media and the Truth Movement, especially those who have suddenly ‘appeared from nowhere’ – are in some way connected to each other.
Questions have also been asked, not only about how many of these ‘Truthers’ appear to be connected, but why they are also spreading completely bogus and positively harmful stories via their websites and social media accounts.
The still ongoing Hampstead ‘Satanic Abuse’ story being the most obvious recent example, but there have been others, also featuring alleged instances of Child Abuse incidentally, like the Hollie Grieg Hoax and the Elm Guest House ‘list’ that went viral after appearing on many Alternative Media websites and ‘Trending’ on social media.
Looking at these events, one could be forgiven for thinking that there may be another reason why these stories manage to gain so much traction, and attract so much online attention, when a few minutes research will soon reveal that all of these stories – have no basis in fact whatsoever.
So what reason could there be for so many allegedly intelligent, open-minded and self appointed ‘radical thinkers’, to propagate and heavily endorse such obviously fake stories?
Could there be a financial incentive?
Could there even be a group operating within the Alternative Media, who are part of a syndicate, (for want of a better word) which generates cash by creating traffic to each other’s websites by placing specific links into their articles, on a sidebar, or even within the comments section of each website?
“The most frequently used type of moneymaking widgets are the ones that display ads. These come in two types: pay-per-click and pay-per-impression. Pay-per-click ads pay out each time a visitor clicks on a link. These can be more profitable, if you can generate the clicks. Pay-per-impression pays less for each instance, but every visitor to your site will generate an instance. A good example of a pay-to-click option is Google ADSENSE.”
Would the following comment I pulled from the David Icke Forums make things any clearer?
Could this comment posted to the above mentioned ‘Crimes of Empire’ site from ‘A and E’ have been written by Abraham Christie and Ella Draper, who are without a doubt, key to the whole Hampstead story?
What about this comment from of one of the original architects of the Hampstead Satanic Panic, Sabine McNeill on the Tap Newswire?
“BTW how large is the number of hits/visitors you’re getting? Don’t you want to put that Widget out and be all proud together?”
Has Sabine suddenly forgotten all about the fact that not only two very young children, but dozens of innocent people in Hampstead have been publicly vilified and also placed in very real danger by her actions?
Was the whole thing all about the amount of hits that can be generated on syndicated websites?
Could it be a case of attempting to generate cash by any means necessary?
Or is it something else entirely?