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Human Composting?!!!

WND‘SOYLENT GREEN’? STATE POISED TO LEGALIZE HUMAN COMPOSTING

‘I believe in doing things as naturally as possible’

Now, Washington is poised to be the first American state to test public reaction to turning human beings into compost that could provide nutrients for various food products.

With bipartisan majorities, the state Senate and House of Representatives on Friday approve bill 5001, titled “concerning human remains,” the Seattle Times reported.

The law would take effect May 1 if it is signed by Democratic Gov. Jay Inslee, a candidate for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination.

Wes McMahan, a retired cardiovascular intensive-care nurse, testified in favor of the bill, saying he is “very much in favor of the composting of human bodies…

Read more at https://www.wnd.com/2019/04/soylent-green-state-poised-to-legalize-human-composting/#TDUy5SLEdVfUR3BB.99


Call me suspicious, but whenever I see politicians moralizing about being good to the earth, I reach for my wallet. 

Think of all the solar energy boondoggles we’ve seen. They rarely do what was promised, but always edge us closer to government control. And who profits? Politicians usually. So land grabs have a new profitability.

Now make our human bodies a profitable commodity, and that governed by “public servants,” and we have a financial motivation for harvesting humans, making them available a little earlier than they wanted.

It’s nothing new. Note the Wall Street Journal article,
The Nightmare of Human Organ Harvesting in China.

Think it can’t happen in America?
Just a little “FOOD” for thought.

How Bill 5001 began: “Urban Death Project proposes to use corpses as compost. Is Soylent Green far away?,” March 20, 2015.

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Transgender journalist wants to cannibalize ‘transphobes’ as bone soup

The Left have gone beyond being mentally ill.

This is demonic.

Serena Sonoma is a male-to-female “transgender” who describes himself on Instagram as “25 year old trans journalist by way of NC,” and on LinkedIn as a “freelance journalist by way of North Carolina. I focus on instersectional feminism from an LGBT+ lens, specifically in its relation to cissexism and transmisogyny. I am a current contributing writer Wear Your Voice Magazine. Other clients include: The Bolde, VICE, Bustle, and The Establishment.

Note: Cissexism is “Prejudice or discrimination against transgender people” (Oxford Dictionaries). Also called cisgenderism or cisnormativity, and occasionally used synonymously with transphobia, cissexism is “the appeal to norms that enforce the gender binary and gender essentialism, resulting in the oppression of gender variant, non-binary, and transgender identities” (Wikipedia).

Sonoma also writes for Teen Vogue and has written sex guides for biological men who identify as women. (PJ Media)

Beginning on February 21, 2019, Serena Sonoma made a series of tweets on cannibalizing “transphobes” — people who disagree with  “transgenderism” and instead believe that “transgender” men who identify as women are biological males, and “transgender” women who identify as men are biological females.

On February 21, Sonoma tweeted that “transphobes” should be killed and their bones be made into broth, which he looks forward to drinking because the bone broth would be “healthy” for the babies of MtF transgenders who get “womb transplants”. The tweet received 249 “likes”.

On February 21, 2019, Sonoma continued the cannibalism theme in a tweet saying that his “stomach starts growling” at the thought of transphobes, and that his “baby” is also “hungry”:

Sonoma followed that tweet with a recipe for human bone broth, and that “Cishet bone broth is the best food in the world for pregnant trans women”. “Cishet” refers to “cisgenders” — heterosexuals who identify with their biological sex and are sexually attracted to people of the opposite sex.

In another tweet on the same day, Sonoma suggested a headline for the satirical feminist website Reductress: “Trans Women [sic] Gets Tired of Transphobes and Starts Eating Them Instead”.

Tyler O’Neil of PJ Media points out that Twitter has not taken down Sonoma’s cannibalism tweets nor banned him although “Threats to murder, desecrate, and eat people clearly violate Twitter’s community standards.”

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Elite vampirism: FDA warns against young-blood transfusions

Last September, I reported on the new phenomenon of élite vampirism, wherein perfectly healthy but wealthy people get very expensive transfusions of blood plasma from young people for their alleged rejuvenating, life-extension effects.

See “Elite vampirism: Young-blood transfusions for $8k/1.5 liters

Those wealthy elites get their blood transfusions from for-profit companies, such as Ambrosia Health, reportedly the first for-profit company selling transfusions of human plasma, allegedly harvested from young adults from local blood banks, under the guise of running a clinical trial. It takes multiple donors to make one package of blood plasma. The transfusions cost $8,000 for 1 liter, pumped in across two days; for 2 liters, the company charges $12,000.

PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel is one of these “elite vampires” who, according to Gawker, spends $40,000 every 3 months on blood transfusions from 18-year-olds.

Since the company’s beginning in 2017 in Monterey, California, Ambrosia had opened another branch in Houston, Texas. Run by Jesse Karmazin, a medical school graduate in his 30s without a license to practice medicine, the company’s so-called “clinical trials” are overseen by a licensed doctor, David Wright, who was disciplined in 2015 by the California Medical Board for giving his patients intravenous treatments of vitamins and antibiotics for “non traditional” purposes. A bioethicist from McGill University maintained that Ambrosia calls its business a “clinical trial” because they would be unable to get FDA approval to sell the blood plasma transfusions otherwise.

Now, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has finally weighed in.

Yesterday, the FDA issued an announcement cautioning consumers against receiving young blood-plasma transfusions. As a result, Ambrosia put a notice on its website that “In compliance with the FDA announcement issued February 19, 2019, we have ceased patient treatments.”

Below is the press announcement from FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, M.D., and Director of FDA Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research Peter Marks, M.D. and Ph.D., February 19, 2019:

The FDA has recently become aware of reports of establishments in several states that are offering infusions of plasma from young donors to purportedly treat the effects of a variety of conditions. The conditions range from normal aging and memory loss to serious diseases like dementia, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s disease, heart disease or post-traumatic stress disorder. We have significant public health concerns about the promotion and use of plasma for these purposes. There is no proven clinical benefit of infusion of plasma from young donors to cure, mitigate, treat, or prevent these conditions, and there are risks associated with the use of any plasma product.

Today, we’re alerting consumers and health care providers that treatments using plasma from young donors have not gone through the rigorous testing that the FDA normally requires in order to confirm the therapeutic benefit of a product and to ensure its safety. As a result, the reported uses of these products should not be assumed to be safe or effective. We strongly discourage consumers from pursing this therapy outside of clinical trials under appropriate institutional review board and regulatory oversight.

Plasma is the liquid portion of the blood. It contains proteins that help clot blood and can be used for the management of bleeding and clotting abnormalities. The benefits of plasma have long been recognized, especially in trauma settings or in patients whose blood is unable to clot due to medications or certain illnesses. The FDA-recognized Circular of Information for the Use of Human Blood and Blood Components, published by AABB, lists recognized indications for which the administration of plasma is safe and effective; these are included in the FDA’s safety communication. For those patients receiving a plasma product for a recognized use, the benefits of treatment have been determined by the agency to outweigh its risks. But even under such recognized uses, plasma administration is not without risks. The more common risks are allergic reactions and transfusion associated circulatory overload and less common risks include transfusion related acute lung injury or transfusion associated circulatory overload and infectious disease transmission.

Our concerns regarding treatments using plasma from young donors are heightened by the fact that there is no compelling clinical evidence on its efficacy, nor is there information on appropriate dosing for treatment of the conditions for which these products are being advertised. Plasma is not FDA-recognized or approved to treat conditions such as normal aging or memory loss, or other diseases like Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s disease. Moreover, reports we’re seeing indicate that the dosing of these infusions can involve administration of large volumes of plasma that can be associated with significant risks including infectious, allergic, respiratory and cardiovascular risks, among others.

The administration of plasma for indications other than those recognized or approved by the FDA should be performed by a qualified investigator or sponsor who has an active Investigational New Drug (IND) application with the FDA. Clinical studies are performed under an IND to help ensure the safety of participants in the trials. When clinical trials are not conducted under an IND, it means that the FDA has not reviewed the experimental therapy to help make sure it is reasonably safe.

Simply put, we’re concerned that some patients are being preyed upon by unscrupulous actors touting treatments of plasma from young donors as cures and remedies. Such treatments have no proven clinical benefits for the uses for which these clinics are advertising them and are potentially harmful. There are reports of bad actors charging thousands of dollars for infusions that are unproven and not guided by evidence from adequate and well-controlled trials. The promotion of plasma for these unproven purposes could also discourage patients suffering from serious or intractable illnesses from receiving safe and effective treatments that may be available to them. We strongly urge individuals to consult their treating physicians prior to considering the use of such products for aging indications or for the treatment of conditions such as dementia, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s disease, heart disease or post-traumatic stress disorder given the known and unknown risks associated with their use.

We support sound, scientific research and regulation of medical treatments. We will use our tools and authorities to protect patients from unscrupulous actors and unsafe products. As a general matter, we will consider taking regulatory and enforcement actions against companies that abuse the trust of patients and endanger their health with uncontrolled manufacturing conditions or by promoting so-called ‘treatments’ that haven’t been proven safe or effective for any use.

As a growing number of clinics offer plasma from young donors and similar therapies, we want to encourage consumers considering treatments to ask their health care providers to confirm that the FDA has reviewed any treatment that is investigational. You also can ask the clinical investigator to give you the FDA-issued IND number and to provide a copy of the FDA communication acknowledging the IND. We encourage patients to ask for this information before receiving treatment. Furthermore, we urge patients and their health care providers to report any adverse events related to treatment with plasma from young donors for aging or related indications to the FDA’s MedWatch Adverse Event Reporting program. The agency will continue to closely monitor this issue and take additional steps, as appropriate, along with state and local health departments and blood establishments.

Important Information about Young Donor Plasma Infusions for Profit

According to Wikipeida, in addition to Ambrosia, other for-profit companies selling young-blood transfusions include Alkahest and Young Blood Institute.

~Eowyn

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The Beatles Butcher Cover

WTH were they thinking?!!!

The Beatles were sold to us as a squeaky clean music group

Or maybe those of us coming of age in the 1960s just saw it that way. I mean, how corrupt is a song named “Hold Your Hand?” Yup, they were sold to us that way. But in short order, they introduced an unsuspecting public to Satanism, Aleister Crowley, psychedelic drugs, Timothy Leary, and who knows what.

So why does that shock me now? 

In my case, it is because now in 2018 the unthinkable has become thinkable. People are asserting with a straight face that royals, government officials, the entertainment industry, and many in power are involved with pedophilia, cannibalism and devil worship.

Suddenly this album cover begins to look like more than the result of musicians and a photographer injecting humor into another boring photo shoot.

And we liked them!
WTH were we thinking?!!!

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Elite vampirism: Young blood transfusions for $8k/1.5 liters

Vampirism is no longer the stuff of horror movies.

Vampires today don’t wear black cloaks, nor do they ingest blood via neck-bites. Today, perfectly healthy but wealthy people get their blood via transfusions, at $8,000 for 1.5 liters. The fictional Count Dracula ingests human blood to live; today’s vampires similarly get expensive blood transfusions for their alleged rejuvenating, life-extension effects.

In recent years, scientists studying mice found that giving old animals blood from young ones can reverse some signs of aging. Conversely, injecting old blood into young seemed to knobble the young rodents. As examples:

  • In 2014, a Harvard University team, led by stem cell researcher Amy Wagers, isolated a specific protein from mouse blood, growth differentiation factor 11 (GDF11), which regulates stem cell activity. GDF11 is abundant in young mice but its level drops as the animals age. Injections of GDF11 not only reduce thickening of the heart in old mice, it also helps aging mice recover muscles and strength.
  • Another research team, led by neuroscientist Tony Wyss-Coray of Stanford University, found that simply injecting plasma from young mice into old mice can boost learning and memory by rejuvenating the brain’s hippocampal neurons. (Source: Science)

Blood plasma is the extracellular matrix of blood cells — a yellowish liquid component of blood that holds the blood cells in suspension. It is mostly water (up to 95% by volume), and contains dissolved proteins (6–8%) (i.e.—serum albumins, globulins, and fibrinogen), glucose, clotting factors, electrolytes, hormones, carbon dioxide (plasma being the main medium for excretory product transportation) and oxygen. Plasma also serves as the protein reserve of the human body. It plays a vital role in keeping electrolytes in balanced form and protects the body from infection and other blood disorders.

Beginning in 2017, under the guise of running a clinical trial, a startup called Ambrosia in Monterey, California, is offering transfusions of human plasma, allegedly harvested from young adults from local blood banks. It takes multiple donors to make one package. The transfusions cost $8,000 for 1.5 liters, pumped in across two days.

Ambrosia is run by Jesse Karmazin, 33, a medical school graduate without a license to practice medicine. Overseeing the so-called clinical trials is a licensed doctor, David Wright, who was disciplined in 2015 by the California Medical Board for giving his patients intravenous treatments of vitamins and antibiotics for “non traditional” purposes. A bioethicist from McGill maintains that Ambrosia calls its business a “clinical trial” because they would be unable to get FDA approval to sell the blood plasma transfusions otherwise.

As of August 2017, Ambrosia had 600 clients, with a median age of 60. While anti-ageing products usually hold more appeal with women, most of Ambrosia’s clients are men.

PayPal founder Peter Thiel has expressed interest in having transfusions. According to Gawker, Thiel spent $40,000 a quarter on regular transfusions from 18-year-olds. He and others in the death-evading “transhumanist” movement are fascinated by “heterochronic parabiosis” – the sewing together of two animals in order to create a living chimera. Studies going back decades show the regenerative effects of one organism being joined to another.

In 2018, an Ambrosia rival, the Young Blood Institute, also hawks “clinical trials” of young blood transfusion for $285,000 per person. The so-called “trials” of both Ambrosia and Young Blood Institute are unscientific because they have no controls and are not randomized or blinded. But Karmazin claims positive results — of improvements in sleep and declines in levels of carcino-embryonic antigens and amyloids — proteins involved in cancer and Alzheimer’s disease — of as much as 20% .

However, in the young-old mice experiments, researchers found that some of these mice died quickly (11 out of 69 in one experiment) for reasons the scientists could not explain, but described as possibly some form of rejection. Evidence from two large studies in 2017 showed that the transfusion of blood from younger donors to older people led to outcomes that were either no different from, or led to worse outcomes than, blood from older donors. Amy Wagers has said that her research does not provide a scientific basis for human trials.

Sources: The Guardian; Wikipedia

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~Eowyn

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They have built the high places of Baal to burn their children in the fire as offerings to Baal

They have built the high places of Baal to burn their children in the fire as offerings to Baal—something I did not command or mention, nor did it enter my mind. So beware, the days are coming, declares the Lord, when people will no longer call this place Topheth or the Valley of Ben Hinnom, but the Valley of Slaughter. – Jeremiah 19 v 3-6

Is history repeating itself?

There is a thread of news on the internet in the last couple of years that links some people in the highest levels of influence with ritual child sacrifice.

This seems so unthinkable that I have often placed the story off to the side together with witches on broom sticks, the big bad wolf, and the Brothers Grimm.

Celebrities, royals, international bankers, all the way down to local authorities have been painted with this accusation. Johnny Depp has played the role of Hunter S. Thompson, getting high on adrenochrome, a drug that can only be acquired by terrorizing a child just before killing them, then “harvesting” the substance.

Is this even possible in our era?

In an age when anyone can assert anything online, regardless of truth, I don’t pretend to know. But I do know that if it is true, there is no more certain way to bring on the wrath of God, than to sacrifice children. 

Tony Podesta, one of the most powerful people in Washington, proudly shows off his artwork. The sculpture is based on the pose of one of the victims of serial killer, Jeffrey Dahmer.

 

 

 

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11 years ago, Adrenochrome was featured in UK TV series ‘Lewis’

Last November, our Trail Dust published a post, “Adrenochrome and Elite Vampirism,” about AltMedia rumors of elites kidnapping children not just for pedophilia, but to kill them for adrenochrome.

Needless to say, ingesting a human’s adrenochrome is a form of cannibalism.
At the time, cautiously skeptical, I wrote this comment:

Adrenochrome is a chemical compound produced by the oxidation of adrenaline. (Oxidation is the loss of electrons during a reaction by a molecule, atom or ion.)
Every credible source I’ve read on adrenochrome says its effects may be hallucinogenic and psychotropic, and may trigger psychotic reactions such as thought disorder, derealization, and euphoria. Nothing on adrenochrome being rejuvenating or life-extending. Which then beggars the question of why the “elites” would consume adrenochrome.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adrenochrome
https://www.chemistrylearner.com/adrenochrome.html
Since the buying and selling of adrenochrome is legal in the United States (it can even be bought online here), the question must be asked why would the “elites” resort to killing children for it? . . .
And if adrenochrome indeed slows the aging process, you can be sure Big Pharma would have manufactured adrenochrome pills to sell to us.
Going by the decrepit appearances of Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, and George Soros, whatever “anti-aging” thing they’re ingesting sure isn’t working.

To which, Trail Dust responded:

My thesis is that the chase for a drug rush from adrenochrome is entirely separate from the quest for rejuvenation. I believe the desire for the fountain of youth is expressed in the evil harvesting of “long” telomeres from aborted or murdered children. And the lust for physical power is directly associated with harvested adrenochrome.

So we have a person in power seeking to reverse aging with baby telomeres, and we have a person seeking a thrill fulfilling it by drinking blood heavily infused with adrenochrome. Sometimes that’s the same person, sometimes the same sacrificed baby providing both substances.

When I was a little child, a friend and I stumbled into a trap set by evil local boys (one is still thought to be genuinely evil 50+ years later) in our neighborhood. We were walking through the woods near our homes when my friend was suddenly hoisted upside down into the air by a noose on his ankle. I immediately identified this as a death trap and burst out towards the nearest safety, which was my friend’s mother’s house. I have never been a super fast runner, even thought then and now I have been athletic. But at that moment my legs moved at seemingly supernatural speed. The enemy kid chasing me could have easily caught me under normal circumstances, but my speed at that moment was beyond anything I have ever experienced. Now, think of a Hollywood actor or producer finding access to a sip of blood from my adrenal gland at that moment of maximal terror at a very young age (I think I was about 7 years old); think of nearly unlimited physical speed for a flight or ferocity for a fight.

People without a good conscience might accept the moral evil for the personal gain. And all that is still separate from the seeking of power through devils by committing the sacrifice of children (the very spiritual crime that finally brought the wrath of God down on the jews).

And my response:

Since it is legal to buy and sell adrenochrome in the U.S. (you can even buy it online), then why the need to obtain adrenochrome by killing children? That makes no sense.

It turns out that eleven years ago, long before Andrenochrome became the stuff of AltMedia chatter, the drug was featured in second episode of Season One of the TV series, Lewis, which was first aired in Britain on February 18, 2007. [Inspector] Lewis is a spin-off from the popular Inspector Morse series.
In Episode Two, “Whom the Gods Would Destroy,” written by Danny Boyle,  beginning at about the 1:16:50 mark, DI Lewis and DS Hathaway were searching a suspect’s apartment, in a case concerning the murders of two members of an Oxford University club from 30 years ago — the Sons of the Twice Born (a reference to the Greek god Dionysius). Those murders harken back to the murder of a prostitute 30 years ago by the Oxford club.

In the suspect’s apartment, Hathaway found a note-pad with the imprint of the word “Adrenochrome”.

Hathaway explains: “It’s a drug, a very special drug found in a very special place. To harvest adrenochrome, you have to go to Hell itself. You’ve got to murder for it.

The scene then cuts to Lewis and Hathaway interrogating the female suspect.
Lewis: “Do you know what adrenochrome is? . . . Adrenochrome is a drug, Tina. And Platt and his crew (referring to the Oxford students club), they thought drugs could work wonders for them, couldn’t get enough of them. And how they wanted to try adrenochrome, but try it in its purest form which, myth has it, gives the highest of highs. But the thing about it is, in its purest form adrenochrome comes from the human adrenal gland. When you remove that, the donor dies.

https://youtu.be/2oSxFiw_D9w?t=1h16m50s

It is said that director Stanley Kubrick’s death, at age 70, from a massive heart attack on March 7, 1999, mere days after submitting a final cut to Warner Brothers of his last movie, Eyes Wide Shut, was the Illuminati’s retribution for Kubrick revealing their secrets in the movie. (See “Eyes Wide Shut: Occult Symbolism“)

Here’s a video showing the Illuminati symbology employed by Kubrick in Eyes Wide Shut:

Kubrick was not being far-fetched.

In my November 2012 post, “There really are sex orgies of the global elite,” I quoted the New York Times — that the criminal charges against former IMF managing director Dominique Strauss-Kahn:

“offered a keyhole view into a clandestine practice in certain powerful circles of French society: secret soirees with lawyers, judges, police officials, journalists and musicians that start with a fine meal and end with naked guests and public sex with multiple partners. […]
The exclusive orgies called “parties fines” — lavish Champagne affairs costing around $13,000 each — were organized as a roving international circuit from Paris to Washington by businessmen seeking to ingratiate themselves with Mr. Strauss-Kahn.”

Then there’s that sinister 1972 masked ball thrown by the Rothchilds in the UK. Among the creepy pics of the ball is this photo of a table centerpiece comprised of mutilated baby dolls. Was that a hint at child sacrifice?

If Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut indeed is fact-based, then we have reason to suspect that the reference to adrenochrome in the Lewis episode “Whom the Gods Would Destroy” is also fact-based.
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Hillary pedophile-cannibal video is said to have been leaked to Dark Web

The Alternative Media is abuzz with chatter that the long-rumored Hillary Clinton pedophile-cannibal video has been leaked on the Dark Web.

Note: The dark web is that part of the World Wide Web (www) which is encrypted and requires special software, configurations, authorization, or through special networks such as Tor and I2P to access. Identities and locations of darknet users stay anonymous and cannot be tracked due to the layered encryption system, thereby allowing users to talk, blog, and share files confidentially. The darknet is used for illegal activity such as illegal trade, forums, and media exchange for pedophiles and terrorists.

It is said that in 2016, the NYPD found the Hillary video on the laptop of Anthony Weiner, the estranged husband of Hillary’s top aide, Huma Abedin, who is serving time in prison after being convicted of sexting an underage girl.

The video is said to be so horrible that NYPD officers who had seen it vomited and cried “uncontrollably” and required psychotherapy. We are told that in the video, Hillary and Huma forced a “young” pre-teen/early-teen girl perform oral sex on them, then tortured the girl by slicing the skin of her face off, then put the skin on their own faces to taunt the girl.

All in order to terrify the girl so that her body produced copious adrenochrome, which Hillary and Huma then ingested from the girl’s blood.

It is also claimed that Weiner’s laptop contains “hundreds” of other sex videos, featuring other politicians. Together with the Hillary video, they supposedly are in a file labeled “Insurance”.

That’s what David Zublick claims in the very long, drawn-out, nearly hour-long video below, in which he rambles and repeats himself, again and again. He could have said what he said in 5 to 10 minutes, instead of 50+ minutes.

Disclosure: I can’t stand Zublick and his faux sincerity, and I utterly loath long videos because they often are a complete waste of time — time that I have little to spare. That is why when I do post a video, I try to provide a transcription, to save our readers from spending the time watching the video.

Beginning at the 31:01 mark, Zublick finally got to the purpose of his long video — which is to hawk his series of 12 reports on pizzagate, satanic pedophilia and sex trafficking, which you can purchase for only $25 each or $300 for all 12 reports! Now I know why I’ve instinctively loathed David Zublick.

Note: FOTM has posts on pizzagate, satanic pedophilia and sex trafficking — which you can read for free. Go to our “Conspiracies” page, and click the links colored yellow-green. See also the posts on our “St. Michael’s Prayer against evil” page.

Worse still, Zublick never actually says he’s seen the Hillary video, which means what he claims about the latter is really all hearsay.

Even more disgusting is Zublick saying at the beginning of the video that he would reveal how we can access the Hillary video on the Dark Web. After you’ve slogged through 38 minutes of his video, then he tells you that if you purchase his “bundle” of 12 reports via a “donation” of $125, you’ll get a bonus report in which you’ll find out how to access the Dark Web.

What a slimy creep.

I will never, ever watch another David Zublick video — and I suggest you do likewise.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MplPQfhAi9k

If the Hillary video was leaked to the Dark Web, you can be sure someone would post the video or at least screenshots from the video on the not-dark regular web. I spent hours today looking at websites and message boards. The only images I’ve seen are alleged “possible” screenshots from the video like this one, which is so dark and blurry, you’d have to be really imaginative to pretend to see something there.

Update (April 21, 2018)

Jim Stone claims to have seen the video — that it’s real and it is as described:

The Hillary and Huma murdering a child video is real. I saw it, saved it, and the computer it went on will no longer boot….

There are hoax reports out there claiming to be of the video and they portray it as an expensive ball room type scenario where everyone looks ultra sophisticated with the classic old ball room masks. HERE IS WHAT IT REALLY LOOKS LIKE.

It is in a shitty dungeon with a ping pong table. Hillary and Huma are dressed like crap. They did not dress up for this. Hillary is wearing silver spandex leggings and an ordinary shirt, Huma is wearing black leggings and an ordinary top, and the video is clear enough to see what is going on but the camera is struggling for light enough so that it can’t get the white balance correct and has noise reduction artefacting smearing fine detail. The video is clear enough to definitely know what is happening, it is a lot better than a “blurry UFO video”, but it is not pretty.

The stupid fake “screen captures” of the video showing victorian style face masks at a nicely lit ball are all hoaxes, the real video is freakishly gruesome dark dungeon “you would never want to be there” type video. Keep in mind with this that there are going to be a pile of hoaxes surrounding this, staged by people who want a coverup. Some are so ridiculous they will make people think “gee, it was all a hoax”, but no, if you did not see Hillary in silver spandex on a ping pong table, you did not see the actual video, and now that I have made this clear, I am waiting for a hoax based on that!.

~Eowyn

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Hillary Clinton visits Manhattan witches' coven on day of Christ's crucifixion

On Tuesday night, April 3, 2018, Hillary Clinton visited The Wing, an elite women’s club in Manhattan, New York (see The Wing’s enthralled tweet).

On its website, The Wing describes itself as:

“a network of co-working and community spaces designed for women. The Wing’s mission is the professional, civic, social, and economic advancement of women through community.  We believe that the act of coming together as women creates new opportunities, ideas and conversations that will lead to greater mobility and prosperity for womankind.”

The Wing is elitist because it is pricey — an “all access” membership costs $2,700 a year. The club is also rabidly anti-men: It publishes a magazine titled No Man’s Land.
The Wing anti-men
But on the club’s Instagram account, The Wing identifies itself as something more than just a feminist club, but as a witches’ coven:

The Wing is a co-working and community space for women. We’re a coven, not a sorority.


Unsurprisingly, The Wing is pro-gun control:

The Wing’s Instagram is full of references to vampirism (which is a form of cannibalism), witchcraft and Satanism:

The Wing’s founder and CEO is Audrey Gelman, who was the 2008 Hillary Clinton presidential campaign’s press aide.
Gelman is a childhood friend of Lena Dunham, and an ex-girlfriend of Terry Richardson — the pornographic fashion/celebrity photographer who once depicted himself copulating with a sheep, and is accused of molesting young models.
This is Gelman’s self-description on her Twitter page:

“I’m like any modern woman trying to have it all. I just wish I had more time to seek out the dark forces & join their hellish crusade.”

In a tweet on February 4, 2017, Gelman identifies herself as a Satanist:

Hillary gets the last laugh:

H/t Voat

Update (April 7, 2018):

A reader pointed out a diabolical reason for the choice of April 3 as the date of Hillary’s visit to The Wing witches’ coven — April 3 was the date of Christ’s crucifixion.
See “Geologists confirm Jesus crucified on Friday, April 3, 33 AD”.
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Atheist Richard Dawkins says we should get over our 'yuck' taboo against cannibalism

Wed, 07 Mar 2018 15:56:22 +0000

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Add another voice to the growing pop culture “normalization” of cannibalism.

It’s Richard Dawkins, 76, the celebrated British evolutionary biologist and rabid atheist who says there’s nothing wrong about pedophilia and it’s our moral duty to kill the mentally retarded.

On March 3, 2018, referring to a news article in the Independent on lab-grown meat being on restaurant menus by the end of this year, Dawkins asks in a tweet if human meat can be grown, and calls the “taboo” against cannibalism a knee-jerk “yuck reaction” of a rigid moral absolutism:

“Tissue culture ‘clean meat’ already in 2018? I’ve long been looking forward to this. What if human meat is grown? Could we overcome our taboo against cannibalism? An interesting test case for consequentialist morality versus ‘yuck reaction’ absolutism.”

Note: Consequentialism is a school of thought that says the morality of an action depends on the consequences it creates. A moral action is one that produces a positive or beneficial outcome; an immoral action is one that produces a negative outcome. Of course, what “positive” and “negative” mean are undefined. In other words, consequentialist morality is the end justifies the means — what is moral is what benefits me, aka moral relativism.

Richard Dawkins decries our taboo against cannibalism as an unthinking, emotional (“yuck reaction”) moral absolutism, as opposed to the end-justifies-the-means consequentialist morality he approves. What escapes me is the positive or beneficial end of cannibalism. Dawkins, in his senile-demented and demon-possessed mind, must think kuru to be the “positive” end that justifies cannibalism.

Note: Kuru — spongiform encephalopathy or human mad cow disease — is an incurable neurodegenerative disease transmitted via cannibalism.

Here’s a thought: Dawkins’ advocacy of cannibalism itself may be a result and symptom of kuru.

In his book, The God Delusion, Dawkins wrote:

“It seems to me to require quite a low self-regard to think that, should belief in God suddenly vanish from the world, we would all become callous and selfish hedonists, with no kindness, no charity, no generosity, nothing that would deserve the name of goodness.”

By his advocacy for pedophilia, killing the mentally retarded, and now pointless cannibalism, Dawkins precisely demonstrates the very “callous and selfish hedonists, with no kindness, no charity, no generosity, nothing that would deserve the name of goodness” of a world banished of the divinity.

Richard Dawkins is an exemplar of what Fyodor Dostoyevsky so presciently observed 138 years ago in The Brothers Karamazov:

“In a world without God, everything is permitted.”

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H/t LifeNews and FOTM reader Big Lug.

~Eowyn

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