This post will lay out the evidence for an international pedophile ring of massive proportions. The information contained within is of tremendous importance, for we are sitting on our very own modern holocaust, a holocaust of children. I promise that this statement is by no means an exaggeration, and urge you to not be scared away by these walls of text, which are as concise as possible while still conveying the necessary information. Throughout, I will be completely transparent with my sources, and will not beat you over the head with conclusions, but rather present you with evidence and let you decide for yourselves. Continue reading “Investigator Uncovers International Pedophile Ring Protected by Police and Intelligence Agencies”→
Amanda Prosser – With regard to protecting Children against abuse, the Catholic Church – which includes Cardinal Pell – runs a school administration system within Australia that appears to have been set up ato fail.
Strong words, I know, but please understand that I speak from first-hand experience as a recognised Australian Child Abuse Whistleblower, complete with documented information and evidence to support my comments.
This article is written with the express purpose of supporting the Ballarat Victims who are currently in Rome. This article is written with a heartfelt need to clearly evince how the Catholic Church reacts to reports of Child Abuse. In the instances cited within this article, Cardinal Pell plays a pivotal role.
Cardinal Pell, as the Archbishop of Sydney, represents the Roman Catholic Church and is an integral part of the school administration system in Australia. The school administration system is comprised of a Catholic Schools Office (CSO) located within various regions, with specific boundaries and is a body unto itself. Each region appears to be carefully guarded by an appointed Bishop. During my journey as an Australian Child Abuse Whistleblower I discovered that there appears to be no administration office in place to monitor the actions of each regional CSO office or the appointed Bishop or the Archbishop.
Has this Catholic Church educational administration system occurred by accident or by design? Given the systemic abuses of our Children from within the Catholic Church – that are now finally coming to light – it is a question that needs to be asked. It is timely to view the decision of Cardinal Pell to not return from the Vatican to Australia, to sit before the current Australian Royal Commission Into Institutional Responses To Child Sexual Abuse, as highly questionable at least and highly circumspect as most.
Sonya Van Gelder – In my recent article, Suppressed Pedophilia Allegations Reveal Culture of Satanic Ritual Abuse, I discussed the story of the Hampstead child-abuse whistleblowers, 9 year old Hampstead girl Alisa and her 8 year old brother Gabriel, whose testimony of abuse at the hands of their father and the satanic cult had just been leaked into alternative media. The alleged abuses involve a network of pedophiles in positions of public trust, including school teachers (from 8 different schools), priests, social workers, health care workers, child protection agencies and police officers.
However, adding to the complexity of this situation, the more evidence that comes to light the more it appears that those people at the top of our society’s most influential social and legal are actively working to protect organized pedophilia and child-trafficking networks, rather than to dismantle them and bring the perpetrators to justice.
The Hampstead Case
Following the initial allegations, the children were examined by a Police Medical Officer. Medical reports cited physical injuries consistent with blunt force trauma that correlated with allegations of physical and sexual abuse. The children gave names and also provided details of perpetrators’ anatomies, characteristics and birth marks etc. However the UK legal establishment failed to begin formal investigations into these allegations, instead appearing to close ranks around the individuals and institutions implicated. Only after the children’s recorded confessions were made public did authorities pursue legal action — against the children’s mother, Ella Draper.
We all have greatness within us that is just waiting for us to believe. Once we believe, the foundation is in place for our greatness to take a foothold and grow. ~ Deidre Hughey
As an adult, I made comfortable choices. And why shouldn’t I? My childhood was a barrage of chores (I grew up on a farm) before the innocence of it all was stripped from me in the form of child abuse. The roller coaster that followed looked something like: fear, self-doubt, self-blame, depression, self-loathing, self-abuse, suicidal thoughts, recovery, more self-doubt, drugs…
Once I was able to control my life, my goal was to be comfortable at all costs. I made choices that made me feel good, satisfied, and relaxed. “After all,” I thought to myself, “Don’t I deserve to be comfortable?”
The problem with comfort is how deceptive it is. Sure, on the surface, it looks like a good idea. Heck, it feels like a good idea. But in my never-ending efforts to make myself more comfortable, I had actually made myself unhappy and stuck. I was making absolutely no effort to move forward in my life.
Comfort lures you with promises of immediate satisfaction. It’s what keeps you from trying new things, from pushing yourself, from taking a leap of faith. It’s what keeps you from being who you were meant to be. For me, comfort became a companion that kept me in a job I hated and away from dating, exercising, and trying anything new. In my effort to make myself comfortable, I had stopped living.
So, what’s living?
Living is knowing:
What you like and what you don’t like
That you CAN push past what your mind thinks you can do
That you have friends that would answer your call at 2am
That you’ve helped someone else to accomplish their dreams
That you have boundless talent, joy and brilliance inside of you just waiting to burst out!