Wednesday, 2 November 2011



12 A naughty person, a wicked man,
walketh with a froward mouth.

13 He winketh with his eyes,
he speaketh with his feet,
he teacheth with his fingers;

14 frowardness is in his heart,
he deviseth mischief continually;
he soweth discord.

15 Therefore shall his calamity come suddenly;
suddenly shall he be broken without remedy.


Zoompad said...

I have just phoned up La Moye, and asked about writing to Stuart, and I was told that you do not need his prison number, just to put his name and the address of the prison on the envelope.

I also asked about enclosing stamps, but you are not allowed to do that.

Anyway, in case anyone else wants to write to him, here is the address

Stuart Syvret
La Moye Prison
La Rue Baal
St Brelade
Channel Islands

I feel very sad about him being in prison. That is three good men who are against child abuse that I know of who have been persecuted by paedophile gangsters and jailed this last few months.

But the Lord knows what He is doing, and I am going to trust Him.

Anonymous said...

Zoompad I have just read your comments on the voice blog regarding Stuart.
Unfortunately your loyalties are misguided and I felt compelled to write to you as I feel you are being misled by him as others have been . Not only abuse victims that have been abused further for his own political gain( some will not even mention his name) but good honest decent people that have been groomed to fight his cause. Because this is what it's all about now, his cause it's all about him.
Please don't get sucked into his dark underworld as I think you are a good person and you have suffered enough.
I too was once a devout follower.
Disappointed x follower.

Zoompad said...


Would you mind telling me a little bit about why you have fallen out with Stuart?

He's been nothing but kind to me. When I was being attacked and feeling very low and in danger of sinking back into depression he contacted me and gave me some support, which meant a lot to me, as he was usy fighting his own case at the time. I haven't met any victim of abuse so far who has been hurt by him, only anonymous people.

Would you mind telling me who you are? I promise not to publish your name online. It's just that so many paedophiles contact me anonymously and they try to trick me. So the Lord has told me to ask you for your name.

Zoompad said...

Stuart has never groomed me. I contacted Jersey police when the Haut de la Garenne story came into the media, I asked Jersey police to help me, because Stafford police had covered up the Staffordshire Pindown scandal and Jersey police were very kind to me, and tried to make Stafford police do their duty. That was under Lenny Harper, and they phoned Stafford Police several times to try to make them do what they were supposed to have done, but Stafford Police, although they kept promising the Jersey police officer that they would, never contacted me, apart from later when they were sent round by a woman connected with MI5 to mnaliciously and falsely accuse me of sending malicious emails.

So when I found out that the man who had blown the whistle on Haut de la Garenne, Stuart Syvret, had a blog I started posting onto it, because I was a victim of Stafford Pindown and the Grand Prix system at Haut de la Garenne was the same as the Pindown system used in the UK, and the pimping was the same as well. But first I started posting on Simon Bellwoods blog, but when he stopped updating his blog I found Stuarts.

So, you see, Stuart never "groomed" me at all, it's I who sought him, as he was posting about Pindown abuse.

Zoompad said...

I have posted my first letter to Stuart, and intend to write to him every day, until he is released.

I am handwriting my letters, rather than typing them on the computer. The reason for this, is that it has occurred to me that the paedoscum might try to pull off one of their nasty tricks that they have used before, to pretend to be me and post rubbish in my name. I am well aware that the Jersey paedoscum have contacts in Staffordshire.

So if any of you scum are reading this, you can forget about writing letters in my name, and posting them from my home town pretending they are from me. You would not be able to copy my dreadful handswiting or signiture, and I have told Stuart that all my letters to him will be handwritten.

I have told Stuart this, so that he won't fall prey to any more of their nasty tricks.

Anonymous said...

Stuart wanted to go prison and he has achieved his aims. He is now a professional litigant as he has no other occupation. He lives on social security but in addition is amassing huge legal costs borne not by him but by the taxpayer - monies that could be used for better purposes. His blog is highly selective - very unwilling to publish comment regarding his naming M whilst health minister thereby saddling the taxpayer with a huge liability.
As someone said its all about him and giving him a role in life at others expense. OCD may well apply.

Anonymous said...

You are a good person. You may never like most of us had exposure to the origins of the Jesus myth. Look up astral theology. All should become clear.

Zoompad said...

Stuart did not want to go to prison. He wanted to go back to being a carpenter, but we begged him to continue to fight for the people who had been abused at Haut de la Garenne. I feel really guilty about encouraging him to keep blogging now, because if it had not been for people like me and other abuse survivors he probably would have dropped the whole thing. In a way, I wish I had never found his blog now, because it's making me feel miserable him being in prison, I feel as though I have helped to put him there.

But I am really really glad he has stuck with it, because I know there are children still being abused, and now it is going to stop, by God's grace, because of Stuart Syvret getting in the way.

Zoompad said...


I became a Christian in 1984, after witnessing the burning of the Rose Window at Yorkminster. God spoke very clearly to me at that time, it was like I was being called to believe.

Once you know the Lord Jesus how can you turn your back on him? Why would you want to?

Anonymous said...

Like you I was never taught at school that there were a considerable number of writers at the alleged time of Jesus none of whom mentioned the miracle worker. Nor was I taught that Jesus had a number of predecessors - Horus, Attis Mithra and others born of a virgin at the winter solstice. In creating Jesus the previous myths were absorbed to make Chistianity acceptable to the population. Check out this site.

I admit we have a lot to learn and unlearn!

Zoompad said...

I've already seen it, thank you very much. I think I will just carry on talking top Jesus, if you don't mind.

Anonymous said...

Another suggestion for getting the facts about Jesus would be to read 'The origins of christianity' by D M Murdoch - costs 86p on Kindle. Maybe its just too late for many educated to believe the bible was the word of God but maybe our children should be exposed to history and facts.

Zoompad said...

If it's all the same to you I would rather keep my 86p and not be cluttering up my Kindle with religious propaganda.

If I want to learn more about the history of Christianity I will continue to consult the books I already have - the ones that have been removed and sold off (or binned) by public libraries all over the UK during the last few years.

I am not sure it's really a very good idea to rely on a Hindu for your main source to learn about Christian history. I'm not being biggotted in any way by saying that - it's just that to someone who has not recieved the Holy Spirit it would not really be a labour of love to write such a book. I don't have time to read many books, I have to be selective, so I would rather choose books written by people with great passion for their subject matter.

Anonymous said...

They do say ignorance is bliss so if you have found your bliss who can argue! Murdoch a Hindu! I don't think so.

Zoompad said...

Well, if I were cooking a roast beef dinner and I had the choice of Delia Smith or Ken Hom to assist me, no disrespect to Ken Hom, as I am sure he would help me to knock up an excellent Chow Mein, but I would have to choose Delia in that scenario.

Anonymous said...

Its your loss that you are impervious to new learning and understanding. Hopefully some of your readers do question beliefs. That 86p you could spend on understanding the origins of christianity could transform your understanding of belief.

Zoompad said...

I can live with that.