Category Archives: Sue Davies

Staggering Hypocrisy # 3 [mc]

Ah, Matthew Williams, the “gift” that keeps on giving… In my last post, I highlighted Williams’ criticism of the Clandestine Esoterical Mysterious Universe page, and his accusation of their making then self-promoting circles, and in the process killing any mystery. Within days, on 24 June, that piece-of-crap shark crop circle appeared at Hackpen Hill. An article appeared on The Plymouth Herald website the very same day, featuring an interview with Williams in which he celebrated the circle as circle maker support for the EU exit.

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I hate crop circles like this. Clearly a joke, proclaiming their “look at us, aren’t we clever!” hoaxer nature, taking the piss not just out of themselves but the poor farmer whose field it happens to be,too. Unsurprisingly, Williams loves it.

The interview with Williams, although short, is so stuffed full of crap it’d need an industrial-strength laxative to clear it out.

“…a massive crop circle.” – No it isn’t. Judging by the tramlines, it’s barely 150′ if that.

“Local Matthew Williams, 45, was stunned when he discovered the cheeky circle while out flying his drone.” – No, he didn’t. The people who made it told him it was there.

“It clearly shows proud British fish swimming free despite being circled by EU sharks.” – No it doesn’t. It clearly shows two sharks, around a Celtic trinity symbol. Who says the centre motif represents fish? Nothing “clearly” about it at all. For all you know, it could “clearly” show sharks circling followers of Celtic faiths or Wiccans (who use said symbol for spiritual reasons). My personal theory is that shows a sharknado, with the trinity symbol representing the eye of the storm. Or is it “clearly” because that’s what your mates told you after they made it?

“The three fish in the middle represent Britain, staying strong and representing the terrifying Eurocrat sharks” – Do they now? Besides, see above – it isn’t even clear that the centre motif represents fish, let alone symbolises Britain. And let’s say it does symbolise Britain – what has that got to do with fish? Fish are not a thing synonymous with Britain, therefore the symbolism is far from clear. And “terrifying Eurocrat sharks”? Matt, have you been reading the Daily Mail again?

[Addendum: Since first posting this article, it has been pointed out to me that the triquetra is both a Celtic symbol and early Christian one, and can thus be seen as representing Celtic Christianity. In this context, the triquetra can also be seen to symbolise fish. My thanks to Nurit Nardi].

[Addendum #2: I’ve also since heard, via a source who knows the maker of this circle, that it had nothing whatsoever to do with the EU referrendum and that MW has merely added this interpretation himself]

Williams has used circle forums to promote his support of the EU exit, and the political party UKIP, previously, but this time round he doesn’t just take the biscuit, he scoffs the whole packet and leaves the wrapper behind for everybody else to see. Here’s a screenshot from when he was helping UKIP in local elections, in April 2015:

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Williams’ support for UKIP was praised by Mike Davies, who as some of you may know is the former husband of Sue Davies. Sue is a close associate of Andrew Pyrka and Report A Crop Circle Formation, and “totally not co-admin of Crop Circles The People The Mystery The Truth”.

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Mike and Sue, when they were still a couple, are known to have been members of the BNP. I’ve highlighted racism and xenophobia in the crop circle community in previous posts, especially with regard to the despicable persecution of Monique Klinkenbergh. Please see in particular my post ET Go Home.

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Keith Walkin, barely-literate-and-ignorant-views-for-hire extraordinaire, who some of you will know from the many Facebook crop circle pages he frequents, can’t resist joining in either, in his fondness for both Sue Davies and for her foul views.

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Sue was of course also at one point shacked up with Roger Wibberley, who once referred to posters on Report A Crop Circle Exposed as “the lower breeds”. Roger has strenuously denied this, but his words were captured by Crop Circles Anonymous as can be seen here.

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Jeez, this crop circle stuff can be nasty at times. I feel like I need to go and take a shower after writing that lot.

Miles Challett

ET Go Home [mc]

More Crop Circles The People The Mystery The Truth nastiness (hereafter CCTPTMTT as it’s such an unwieldy moniker to type).

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This image was accompanied by a semi-literate text: ‘No Access Possible To English Fields . Bring back the good old days and say NO to a Dutch Invasion . Circlemakers and farmers don’t sell England’s heritage to European business’s .’

To say that I, and others, were staggered and disgusted by this is an understatement. Remember, this is the page that proclaims to tell the truth about crop circles and the extended community. Nationalistic and xenophobic attitudes have no place in this subject, or indeed anywhere else in the 21st century. Crop circles are a global phenomenon, and belong to all.

What next? Passport checks at the edges of fields and signs up saying “no fuzzywuzzies”? Shoddily constructed formations containing codes along the lines of “Beware the bearers of false gifts and Johnny Foreigner. Much pain but still time to leave the EU”?

This isn’t the first time we’ve seen this, either. Note this from RACCF last year (reposted on the Report A Crop Circle Formation Exposed Facebook page). Note as well as the attitude, the linguistic style, and remember that CCTPTMTT claim to have no connection with any other Facebook pages.

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I remember this being posted at the time, and RACCF’s peculiar view that farmers cutting Wiltshire crop circles was due to meddling foreigners and had nothing to do with the fact that certain circlemakers and circles websites had pissed off the farmers to such an extent that cutting all circles seemed their only option.

So there you have it. One of the most prominent crop circle sites believes that foreign tourists should ‘pack up and go home’ and that everything would be better if we ‘bring back the good old days’. Vile.

Miles Challett