No, it’s not 1692. This is more like the Salem Witch Trials in reverse. This is Knysna in the year 2017. The witches of the South African Pagan Rights Alliance (SAPRA), headed by Damon Leff of the Ysgithyrwyn coven (based in Hoekwil, just outside Knysna), have publicly sworn to sue me.
No good deed unpunished, so the saying goes. I’m sure that “Jesus Christ!” is inappropriate swearing but I mutter it anyway. You know the world’s gone to hell when curses and spells have been replaced by devils called lawyers.
“Recent defamatory articles published against the South African Pagan Rights Alliance (SAPRA) and against members of SAPRA’s executive committee, by blogger Mike Hampton, constitute unproven and untrue libel. ISPA take-down notices have been submitted to the host of Hampton’s blog and legal action against Hampton for defamation has been initiated.” – Mr Damon Leff (Director: South African Pagan Rights Alliance – SAPRA)
I’ve proven what I’ve written whereas they have proven nothing, just repetitively posting the same thing or similar things on the internet – “bubble, bubble, propaganda and trouble”.
And, of course, I can counter-sue them because I’m speaking truth in the Public interest whereas they’re slandering me whilst supporting a fraudster. They are unrepentant to the fact that they were putting her fake credentials on SAPRA documents. I will drag every single council member into court as a witness. That includes but will not be limited to the following pagans and witches:
- SAPRA Director: Damon Leff (real name Gary Thomas Leff)
- SAPRA Chief Executive Officer: Morgause Fonteleve
- SAPRA Marriage Officer Registrar: Not-a-Doctor Retha van Niekerk
- SAPRA General Secretary: Gitta Seyfert
- SAPRA Treasurer: Nidhi Chaitow
- SAPRA Executive Committee Members: Christina Engela & Francisco Fumarola
- Herman van Niekerk
I’m a 100% supporter of freedom of religion which has got nothing to do with me also being a 100% critic of any organisation that doesn’t address crime in its midst. I hope some members of SAPRA and the SAPC prove that the integrity of their organisations is more important than protecting fraudsters and one witch coven.
Don’t know what I’m talking about? Well, then, you better grab a broom and fly into:
PS: After I wrote the second article, I aimed for a return to sanity by watching Nanny McPhee. To keep perspective, tonight I’m going to watch Nanny McPhee Returns.