"And I beheld, and heard the voice of one eagle flying through the midst of heaven,
saying with a loud voice: Woe, woe, woe to the inhabitants of the earth....
[Apocalypse (Revelation) 8:13]

Thursday, October 27, 2016

Exposing the NWO Pedophiles (Video)

Exposing the NWO Pedophiles  (Video)

Mainstream Media does a pretty damn good job exposing Donald Trump’s ‘locker room’ talk and his exploits in apparently sexually abusing/assaulting women, but rarely do you see or hear MSM talking about our ‘global elites’ visiting a convicted pedophile billionaires island who was notorious for offering up young girls as sex slaves and personal masseuses.

This is a documentary with many twists and turns. In this video I talk about the dark world of pedophilia and how it has been connected to both politics and Hollywood for several, several years. From billionaire convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein and his flying Hollywood A-listers such as Kevin Spacey and Chris Rock to present day Prince’s and Politicians named Bill Clinton and Donald Trump to his private island in the Caymen Islands nicknamed “Orgy Island”.

From there I discuss Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his relationship with his accused pedophile late-father and former Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau and then I go deep into the world of global pedophilia by discussing  the murder of former US Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia and his connection with 12 year admitted and arrested pedophile David Sterling Allen.  Credit to the making of this video goes to websites HenryMakow.com and VeteransToday.com.


In addition:

Paedophilia: Australian police interrogates Cardinal Pell in the Vatican

The accusations, which Victoria State police are looking into, are being contested by the cardinal who appeared before a commission in February, to defend himself against separate allegations that he covered up sexual offences

Australian cardinal George Pell, Prefect of the Vatican Secretariat for the Economy, agreed to be questioned by Australian police in the Vatican, about sexual assaults allegedly committed against minors. Police from the Australian State of Victoria have been investigating acts of sexual abuse, which Pell reportedly carried out when he was serving as a priest in Ballarat. The cardinal rejects the accusations outright.

The accusations against Pell have been made by three people – now adults – who claim they were sexually abused by Pell between 1978 and 1979 and 1986 or 1987.
Now Victoria police has announced that Pell “voluntarily participated” in an interrogation. “The cardinal repeats his previous rejection of all and every allegation of sexual abuse and will continue to cooperate with Victoria police until the investigation is finalised,” The Guardian quotes a spokeswoman for Pell saying. In recent months, a statement released by Pell’s office clarified that: “The cardinal does not wish to cause any distress to any victim of abuse. However, claims that he has sexually abused anyone, in any place, at any time in his life are totally untrue and completely wrong.”

In a separate accusation, he is charged with covering up reported cases of abuse committed by other priests in Ballarat when Pell was Auxiliary Bishop. In the wake of these and the most recent accusations, the Pope’s aide decided not to resort to Vatican diplomatic immunity and to co-operate with civil justice, appearing before the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse via video link from Rome last February and now before Victoria police who travelled to Rome.

When, last July, news emerged about Victoria police considering the possibility of questioning the cardinal, on his way back from Poland at the end of July, this is what the Pope had to say: “The initial reports have been confusing. They were about allegations from forty years ago and not even the police had been aware of them at first. Confusing. All these accusations were then presented to the justice system and remain there. We cannot judge until the justice system passes judgment. It would not be good for me to pass judgment for or against Cardinal Pell, for I would then be passing judgment prematurely. Clearly, doubt exists, and there is a clear principle of law: in dubio pro reo (doubt favours the accused). We have to wait for the justice system to do its job and not pass judgment in the media, because this is not helpful. “Judgment” by gossip, and then what? We don’t know how it will turn out. See what the justice system decides. Once it has spoken, then I will speak.”