- The Facts:With the passing of George H. W. Bush, yet another bloodline family member moves on without having to account to the public for his crimes against humanity.
- Reflect On:What is the value of coming to a full understanding of the dark and horrific crimes perpetrated by ruling bloodline family members like George H. W. Bush? What role do they play in our collective evolution?
In the wake of the passing of former President George H. W. Bush, and the reverence and solemnity that pervaded his state funeral, I was struck with a particularly paradoxical emotion. On one hand, I fully endorse the tradition of reliving the highest points of achievement of someone who had just passed away, and imbuing the totality of…Read more & video: “David Icke on George H W Bush”
via David Icke Explains Why It’s A Shame That George H. W. Bush Wasn’t Interrogated Before He Died — Collective Evolution
The following email came from a reader who brought up some very important concerns about Donald Trump and his role in fighting for justice on behalf of women (combating sex trafficking, for example) and taking down the Deep State. I thought that it would be worthwhile to publish my response to this email since I…..Read more
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Judy Note: Some of the below links don’t work. I left them in to show how pervasive a cover-up has become on the US government torture of children paid out of our taxpayer dollars.
An FBI Case Agent discovered an email from Hillary Clinton (page 324 of the just released IG Report) that referenced child trafficking, but was told, “We can’t be looking at this.”
Evidently the IG Report found thousands of emails on Anthony Weiner’s laptop concerning the “Clinton Foundation and Crimes Against Children” that have yet to find the mainstream media.
Over a year ago a Child Trafficking Scandal “Tucson-Gate” was suspected to have linked child trafficking to the Clintons, Tucson Arizona Mayor Jonathan Rothschild and Casa de Los Ninos children’s shelter.
Government sponsored torture and abuse of children appeared to be pervasive. On June 16 Kristine Guerra of The Washington Post discussed little girl no older than 2 taken from her mother the night before and brought to a shelter run by the Office of Refugee Resettlement along the Texas border. She was screaming and pounding her fists on a mat, though staff weren’t allowed to console her. That was the rule. They’re not allowed to touch the Children.
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