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from Vigilant Citizen:
“Lola” takes place in an insane asylum, with evil nurses and lots of pills. And, through symbolism, the video celebrates the sick world of trauma-based mind control.
Iggy Azalea has been churning out albums and music videos for years and nobody knows exactly why. I mean, most of her albums sell poorly … and critics hate everything she does … and her mentor T.I. called her “the biggest blunder of his career”. Most damning of all, she is known as “nobody’s favorite rapper” around my living room.
from Vigilant Citizen:
Corey Feldman claims he was almost “run down by two trucks” after confirming plans to bring to light the full extent of Hollywood child abuse.
Former child actor Corey Feldman has been mentioned several times on Vigilant Citizen because he’s been, for years, the most vocal denunciator of child abuse in Hollywood. While he always claimed that several high-powered Hollywood executives are part of a child abuse ring (and that one of them raped his co-star Corey Haim at age 11) Feldman never released any names.
Probably energized by the Harvey Weinstein scandal, Feldman recently released plans to expose Hollywood abuse with by directing, producing and self-distributing the “most honest and true depiction of child abuse ever portrayed.” Feldman said on Twitter:
“Right off the bat I can name six names, one of them who’s still very powerful today.”
He also said he can show a link between paedophilia and one of the major studios.
Feldman also started an Indiegogo campaign for $10 million to be used to fund the film, a legal team, and security for himself and his family. Feldman’s wife, Courtney, suggests the money is to ensure their safety after certain events have left him paranoid he’s being targeted.
On October 19th, Feldman tweeted:
“For the record: I will not be going on a talk show to disclose names of my abuser or anyone else’s abusers. So please stop asking me to do so. Also let me add, this is not about fear of being sued! Yes that’s a real possibility but the bigger reason is safety for my family.”
Since Feldman launch his Truth Campaign, Feldman claims that he’s being targeted and his life is being threatened. On October 23rd, he was arrested on a marijuana charge in Louisiana after his tour bus was pulled over for speeding. Feldman believes that the arrest was a shakedown in response to his campaign.
Mangham Police say officers pulled over Feldman’s tour bus for speeding when they found Feldman was driving with a suspended license.
Police say they searched the bus and found marijuana and prescription pills. Feldman was charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana, speeding, and driving with a suspended license. He was able to pay a fine and was released.
On his Twitter page, Feldman said he had nothing on him but was charged because the tour bus is in his name. He said the marijuana was a member of the crew’s, who has a legal California prescription. He also claimed the pills were legal, and officers promised to drop the charges if he could provide proof of prescription.
He claimed the traffic stop was “a bit of a good ol shakedown,” and that officers asked for pictures and autographs after he paid the fine in cash.
– KNOE8, Police release details in Coery Feldman traffic stop
He adds that several members quit his band because they were fearing for their lives, wondering if “someone got to them”.
Finally, Feldman said that he had a “near death experience” when two trucks nearly ran him down.
Will Feldman ever actually spill the beans and expose the system. Feldman says in his video:
“It’s not easy. I’ve been degraded at great levels. Rumours have been told, stories have been made up about me… all because they fear what I know. Justice will be served. Because this is about good and evil.”
from Zero Hedge:
Little more than a month since the New York Times and New Yorker published exposes about Hollywood studio head Harvey Weinstein’s decades-long history of preying on women, the New York Police Department said one of its two investigations into Weinstein is nearing its end – and that it’s preparing to arrest Weinstein on charges of rape.
New York City police investigators believe a 2010 rape allegation made against movie mogul Harvey Weinstein is “credible” and they are gathering evidence to seek an arrest warrant. Chief of Detectives Robert Boyce said Friday that investigators have interviewed Paz de la Huerta, who publicly accused Weinstein of raping her twice in her apartment. Boyce said detectives found the “Boardwalk Empire” actress’ story believable and corroborated portions of her account. Speaking at a police briefing, Boyce also said that if Weinstein were in New York now and the assault allegation were recent, “we’d go right away and make the arrest. No doubt.”
But he said that since Weinstein was in another state and the allegations were years old, investigators have to gather evidence first. According to local media reports, Weinstein was spotted dining at a restaurant in Phoenix, Arizona. The former mogul was spotted at Chestnut Fine Food & Provisions wearing a blond wig, orange makeup and a baseball cap. A manager at the restaurant said Weinstein did come in to eat, but employees didn’t know it was him until the pictures were released.
Since the initial expose, more than 80 women have accused Weinstein of harassment, groping or rape. Weinstein was swiftly fired in the wake of the allegations, and has since sought to sue his former company for wrongful termination (to which we say: good luck with that).
At last count, there are more than 6 active investigations into Weinstein – including two purportedly being conducted by the NYPD. The NYPD had previously come close to arresting Weinstein on a misdemeanor sex assault charge after they caught him on tape admitting that he groped a actress who became a cooperating witness. However, that investigation was quashed by Manhattan Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. in a decision that’s raised questions of impropriety since Vance later received a campaign donation from Weinstein’s lawyer.
The allegations against Weinstein have led to a wave of victims to come forward and accuse powerful figures in the media and entertainment industries of sexual indiscretions ranging from harassment to assault. And today, the AP reported four Congresswomen’s stories about being harassed by fellow lawmakers.
While Weinstein has protected himself from civil litigation with settlements and NDAs, the fact that many of Weinstein’s alleged crimes were committed over the past few years leaves him particularly vulnerable to criminal prosecution.
By the looks of it, this could be the beginning of the end.
from Vigilant Citizen:
A look at the hellish symbolism in the performances of Kesha, Billie Eilish, Camila Cabello, and Post Malone.
Before the 2019 AMAs even started, I knew exactly what would happen: The same seven artists would be paraded on and off the stage, the same mind-numbing agenda would be promoted shamelessly and the same pseudo-satanic symbolism would a central part of the performances. And, unfortunately, I was right.
But I was not expecting how right I would be.
from Vigilant Citizen:
In the edition of SPOTM: Beck, Ezra Miller, a Satanic restaurant, and more undeniable proof the degeneracy of the occult elite.
Fernanda Montenegro is considered to be the “greatest Brazilian actress of all times”. She recently appeared on the magazine Quatro Cinqo Um with the headline “Sobre livros e bruxas” which means “About books and witches”. Appropriately enough, the entire photoshoot is all about witchcraft and occult elite symbolism. On this pic, she has eyes on her hands – a symbol associated with magick.
by Jon Rappoport, No More Fake News:
As many of my readers know, I wrote a book called The Secret Behind Secret Societies (included as a bonus in Exit From The Matrix and Power Outside The Matrix). This article adds a few pieces to the puzzle.
Bilderberg Group, CFR, Trilateral Commission—I called these and other such groups Architects of Reality. Among their actions, they try to build our perception of the world.
What is that perception? It’s an endless string of crises and half-hearted resolutions—that’s how we’re supposed to see things. We’re not supposed to see what actually works about the world.