Monthly Archives: May 2011

Gravedigging Warlock Rapes Schoolgirls

It’s fun to dress in an evil warlock costume and think you have magical powers. Hell, I do it even when I’m not dressed in a warlock costume. Who wouldn’t want to lead an undead army or shoot flames out of their hands?

Willam Lambert

William Lambert.

However, some people take the whole warlock thing a tad too far. William Lambert, 74, for example, took his love of being a warlock to the extreme, even going so far as to cause serious and irreversible damage to four schoolgirls.

More than 20 years ago, William Lambert ran a youth club in an outbuilding at St Dunstan’s Church. It was during this time that Lambert proclaimed that he was a warlock and that he could instill his magical powers into girls by having sexual intercourse with them. This led to Lambert raping four of the schoolgirls who were part of the club.

Recently, one of the girls came forward to claim that she had been raped by Lambert during the time of him running the youth club. Police then tracked down three other girls who were also involved with Lambert. Each of them have told their stories, which involve a strange mixture of lies, false magic, and sexual deviancy.

One girl said that Lambert raped her on a tombstone, saying that she would get power from the black floating monk. The monk was believed to be haunting the church, and apparently Lambert was able to channel its power. On another occasion, Lambert hugged one of his crying victims, telling her, It’s all right sweetheart, you have done it, you have done it.

The stories all had similar traits: Lambert spellbound the girls into having sexual relations with him, claiming that he would be able to solve their problems through his use of magic. He even claimed he could abort the baby of a girl who thought she was pregnant. And since most of the girls came from abused backgrounds, they originally looked to Lambert for security and safety. But once he had gained their trust, he was able to manipulate them through deceit and false promises, further damaging their already fragile psyches.

All of the attacks by Lambert took place in a small room adjoined to the main club room. The girls were often invited into the room by other girls, who claimed it was part of the initiation ceremonies to reach the next level of witch powers. Inside the room was an occult style triangle on the wall, and Lambert often raped a girl while another held his victim’s hand.

Lambert denies all four counts of rape and three counts of sexual assault. In fact, he accuses the girls of malicious fabrication. For now, the trial continues.

Celebrating Osama’s Death: Or, What Have We Become?

Dress your child in SWAT costumes, bring out your 9/11 Never Forget bumper stickers, and get ready for party unlike anything you have ever experienced, because Osama Bin Laden has finally bit the dust!

All right, all joking aside, let’s seriously discuss what is happening within our country. The Internet exploded today in praise for the death of one man: Osama Bin Laden, the most wanted man in America since 2001. As the world of news has informed me, he was killed in a military assault by the United States Navy SEALs and CIA on a mansion outside Abbottabad, Pakistan. If it wasn’t factual news, it would sound like the next Matt Damon movie. But it is as real as John Cena announcing it to a writhing, chanting crowd of WWE fans:

In a surprisingly suspicious turn of events, Osama’s body was buried at sea. One US official had this to say: “Finding a country willing to accept the remains of the world’s most wanted terrorist would have been difficult. So the US decided to bury him at sea.” While it makes sense, it also reeks of conspiracy theories.

(Side Note: Adolf Hitler’s death was announced 66 years ago, on May 1st, 1945. George W. Bush gave his Mission Accomplished speech eight years ago, on May 1st, 2003. And now, Osama Bin Laden is killed on May 1st, 2011. What a strange coincidence.)

The American reaction to Osama’s death was celebratory, to say the least, and Americans have every reason to celebrate. Individuals took to partying in the streets of DC and New York City. Some brought flags, some sang songs, some were already wasted from a night of drinking, but everyone seemed to agree with one thing: America had finally received its just dues of revenge for 9/11.

Celebration’s over Osama’s death.

A man swinging a flag while standing on a street light.

However, there are others who believe that the American reaction of joy and celebration has gone too far, and they are shocked by the overtly joyous reactions over Osama’s death. Blind patriotism is what they call it  people who are celebrating something that is far from celebratory. In one instance, someone created a side-by-side comparison of America’s reaction to those celebrating the deaths of Americans on 9/11. Click here to watch it.

Not far from the truth.

Whether you agree with the celebrations or you find yourself repulsed by it, I want to leave you with one simple quote. It sums up all of the damage, the deaths, and the horror caused by our reaction to 9/11, and it is simply this: 10 years, 2 wars, 919,967 deaths, and $1,188,263,000,000 later, we managed to kill one person. Worth it?