In this video, Fiona Barnett recounts her experience of a satanic sacrifice at Bathurst on October 6, 1985 (Bathurst Race Day), and the consumption of the flesh and the blood of a baby that had been ripped from its mother’s body, which she reports had been cut open by one of Australia’s feted cricketers and cricket commentators, Richie Benaud, as well as the beheading of several hypnotised children. Fiona comments that this sacrifice and the consumption of the baby’s flesh and blood is the basis for the Christian consumption of the wafer and the wine in the communion ceremony, which is exactly the same conclusion I made in this post, when reading the account of another Australian witness of a similar sacrifice at Inverloch a decade later. The correlation between these two events is indisputable.
Take a few minutes to watch this video. It’s how our world is controlled behind the scenes and you need to know. You need to stop giving credence to politicians and the so-called democratic process that puts them into their roles. They’re all controlled by the same forces behind the scenes using these satanic practices, I suspect in every country.
Officiating at this event was Kim Beazley Senior, a former Australian Federal minister for many years and reportedly a key figure in the CIA’s activities in Australia and particularly the management of the satanic practices as used to control senior Australian politicians of the day. This included the trafficking of mind controlled children such as Fiona Barnett was at that time.
I wonder who’s managing it today? It will be just as much in place today as it was then. I wonder how many children they sacrifice every year?
And of course neither of these women have recourse to the judicial system since that system, including the police, is controlled in the same manner and both of them, unsurprisingly, have been treated for mental health issues (who wouldn’t have them after these experiences) and hence are not considered credible witnesses.
Once more, I honour Fiona Barnett for having the courage to go public, including naming public figures who are still alive and in so doing risking legal action against her.