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MOVERS & SHAKERS

The snakes and ladders of societyA chronicle of drama, scandal and success in London, Paris, New York and elsewhere

The Hopkins Factor

Public misunderstand the true motivation of Katie Hopkins

 

Katie Hopkins is opinionated and acerbic. She upsets virtually all who cross her path and thinks nothing of starting a controversy. Strangely, however, we actually think she’s misunderstood.

 

Katie Hopkins flaunts her children even in an attempt to generate cash
Katie Hopkins flaunts her children even in an attempt to generate cash

The former The Apprentice contestant, who completed our twenty question interview last year, does not come out with comments that offend simply to annoy. Hopkins says such things to ensure she keeps herself in the media. Why, you may ask, would she want to do such a thing? Why indeed. Katie Hopkins wants to make money and the naivety of the public is that they fail to realise this.

 

Hopkins is not alone but she is not as successful as others of her type. Katie Price is the undoubted queen of the group having generated a fortune of an estimated £45 million whilst Anthea Turner rose towards the cream of the crop before crashing spectacularly after her and her then husband’s business went bust leaving a trail of debts.

 

Other desperados in the collection number Rebecca Loos, Nancy Dell’Olio, Kerry Katona and Ulrika Jonsson. These are women who’ll appear in programmes where they masturbate pigs and scrub lavatories. “Humiliation” is not a word they understand and their agents milk them for every bit of cash they can.

 

What also unites these characters is that as part of their quest for cash, they fail to focus on what is truly important. “Talent” is something that never even enters their imaginations and in fact, all they ultimately become is canon fodder for The Sun and Daily Mail.

 

Money, money, money… It’s most definitely Katie Hopkins’ world.

 

 

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2 comments on “The Hopkins Factor”

  1. Katie Hopkins must get herself over to Zimbabwe, they have the remedies to purify and glens her restless soul, and rid her of all distorted thoughts. Pastor Zuva is urging church leaders, evangelists, aspiring evangelists and all those who are interested in building churches and blessing of the city to attend this great crusade which will see African industries being revived with the spirit of poverty, Satanism and prostitution being cast out. Definitely during the crusade Satan would be cut to size,” said Pastor Zuva. Pastor Zuva further said there would be time for healing sessions and miracle services. It will certainly be a miracle should Pastor Zuva succeed in curing Katie Hopkins verbal diarrhoea, cutting down Satan to size is a rather tall order, casting out prostitution, impossible goal. Katie is a born scrubber.

  2. Zimbabwe is pleading with Great Britain to hold on to Katie Hopkins, as they have a critical backlog of witches to deal with at this time. They have more serious cases pending in the courts. Two elderly women in their 80’s in Gweru went toe-to-toe in a chief’s court after trading accusations over witchcraft. According to the Chronicle, Ms Maggie Moyo was hauled before Chief Mkoba’s traditional court in Lower Gweru after Mrs Keppy Ncube claimed that she had used her to commit acts of witchcraft. Mrs Ncube told the court she was initiated into witchcraft and later coached by Ms Moyo, but she wanted out because of pain she claimed was being caused by a nail driven into her spine during a ritual. I was herding my goats some months ago when I met Maggie (Ms Moyo) Maggie told me that a person can be trained and be coached to be a witch,” she began .”I didn’t read much into her words until I started experiencing mysterious things. I would wake up to find my hair shaved, a piece of cloth from my petticoats would be cut, or I would be stark naked even though I slept with my panties on, “Foolishly , I would wash my panties and wear them again. I suspect this is how I was initiated into witchcraft. “She said her witchcraft practices only came to light recently at a church service when a prophet told her she was being used as a witch, allegedly by Ms Moyo. They suggest that Katie Hopkins keep her panties safe and clean in the meantime.

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