Archive for February 2016

Fiona Barnett has released her documentary “Candy Girl”, documenting her childhood satanic abusive experiences in the corridors of power

Fiona Barnett has released her documentary on the satanic ritual abuses she experienced as a child and as a teenager. Fiona describes not only her own abuse but some of the abuses and human sacrifices she witnessed, along with the locations of many of those sacrifices.

And Fiona names names.

Here is Part 1 of Candy Girl and here is Part 2.

As I watched this, I was struck by the intelligence, courage, humour and groundedness of Fiona. It has probably been these elements that have enabled her to heal and the courage to tell this story and reach out to others who suffered – and are still alive – at the hands of these horrific people who occupy positions of power in our world. Of course, the legal system considers her an unreliable witness because she has had mental health issues. Surprise, surprise.

I ask especially my Aussie readers to watch this documentary but, really, everyone who reads this.

Candy Girl gives us a glimpse of the hidden world that controls the world we see. I have pointed to this many times, but most of us simply can’t contemplate that this horror exists behind the façade we are presented with every day. Well, my friends, it does, and it will continue to until the rest of us shine the light of our awareness and understanding upon it and refuse to take the mirage we are presented with by religion and politics and other expressions of power in our world to be real.

And don’t expect this system to ever act upon the evidence Fiona has provided in her affidavits to the police or evidence to Royal Commissions or this documentary. They will never expose the power that controls them.

And to my readers who are connected to the legal system, the military, the police, politics, local government, religion, medicine, psychiatry, education, business, film, sport, theatre, etc.; your “profession” is implicated in Fiona’s evidence.

Thank you, Fiona, for you courage, your commitment and your dedication, and what a joy to meet your daughter; a beautiful, balanced young woman, through this glimpse of your past.

May your journey and your documentary serve to awaken the slumbering world to this reality.

Details of the 1947 Rockefeller Patent Of the Zika Virus

Here are details of the 1947 Zika virus patent:

Pretty clearcut, I’d say.


The virus is also marketed by two companies, LGC Standards (headquartered in the UK) and ATCC (headquartered in the US).

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Better rush out and line up for my vaccination when it turns up – untested and rushed into the market, of course. Actually, it’s probably been in the pipeline waiting for 20 years, reworked and revved up for pending release, but probably still not tested…

Meanwhile, make sure your using a condom…

Is that to protect you from the MSM bullshit?

Here Are The Banks The Market Is Most Concerned About

While there are numerous financial institutions in the world that are full of hidden NPLs and over-leveraged, trading at extreme levels of risk, the FSA’s “Too-Interconnected-To-Fail” list of systemically critical banks is where global investors’ attention is really focused.

BMO Capital Markets breaks down the world’s most systemically critical financial institutions using their own “special sauce” of CDS levels, CDS term structure, equity price, liquidity, and spread trends.

Frankly, as we explained previously, these are the “Musketeer” banks – one for all and all for one as any system failure in Deutsche, Credit Suisse, or Bank of China will leak immeasurably and contagiously around the world via the interconnectedness of the collateral chains used to fund these behemoths.

The Guantánamo in New York You’re Not Allowed to Know About

This article from The Intercept tells the story of the victimisation and horrific incarceration in N.Y. of a young Somalian man who grew up in Britain. He refused the overtures of Britain’s MI5 to being an informant, and paid a horrific price:

Mahdi Hashi, a young man of Somali origin who grew up in London, had never been to the United States before he was imprisoned in the 10-South wing of the Metropolitan Correctional Center in lower Manhattan in November 2012, when he was 23. For over three years, he has been confined to a small cell 23 hours a day without natural light, with an hour alone in a slightly larger indoor cage. He has had no physical contact with anyone. Apart from occasional visits by his lawyer, his human interaction has been limited to brief, transactional exchanges with guards and a monthly 30-minute phone call with his family.

Yet most of Hashi’s time in solitary confinement occurred before he had been deemed guilty by the justice system. Prolonged isolation prior to or in the absence of trial, sensory deprivation, and a lack of independent monitoring are normally associated with the detention center at Guantánamo Bay and CIA black sites overseas. But the MCC’s 10-South wing, which houses terrorism suspects, is no different in these respects. A former MCC prisoner and a psychologist specializing in trauma told The Intercept that the kind of extreme isolation imposed on defendants there can pressure them to accept a guilty plea, irrespective of actual guilt.

For Hashi, who worked at a community youth organization in London, everything changed when he was approached by MI5, the U.K.’s domestic intelligence agency. He was pressured to become an informant, according to accounts he gave to rights groups and local authorities, but refused, despite being warned that doing so would make his life difficult.

Madhi Hashi  Photo: Facebook

In 2012, while Hashi was visiting Somalia, the British government used special powers to strip him of his citizenship, leaving him stateless. He crossed into neighboring Djibouti to visit the British consulate there, he claims, and appeal the decision. U.S. prosecutors allege he was traveling to Yemen to join al Qaeda.

Upon entering Djibouti, Hashi was arrested by agents of the secret police and forced to watch other prisoners gagged, blindfolded, and beaten for hours, he alleges in case filings, with the complicity of FBI agents and other unidentified Americans. According to defense attorneys, Hashi was threatened with physical abuse and rape if he did not cooperate.

In November 2012, he was transported to New York by the U.S. government to face charges of supporting al Shabaab, the Somali terrorist organization. Prosecutors say he traveled to Somalia to attend a training camp and fight with al Shabaab in Somalia’s civil war. They accept that Hashi poses no specific threat to any Americans and that he received “harsh treatment” in Djibouti.

In May 2015, after two-and-a-half years of isolation, Hashi entered a guilty plea of conspiring to provide material support to al Shabaab. Last week, on January 29, he was sentenced to nine years in prison. He will likely be incarcerated at a Supermax facility in Colorado or a high-security “communications management unit” in Illinois or Indiana, all of which mean ongoing solitary confinement.

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Welcome to the world we live in.

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