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The American military operates under the cover the Antarctic Agreement of 1961. Both overt and covert military and intelligence support operations that have little or no relationship to Antarctic science and logistics (Operation Deep Freeze) have gone on for years both in Christchurch and Antarctica. The New Zealand government has never questioned the scope of US military activities at Christchurch – the only Australasian city to host a foreign base within its bounds.
a reply to: crankyoldman
The power of the people to manifest this reality is what folks should now be looking at. Not that Q and DJT can time it all out, but that the Q folks energy is now a force that cannot be stopped.
308,000 on Qmap alone.
originally posted by: Sabrechucker
a reply to: pheonix358
The 17/Q minute videos..? God Bless those affected!
Symbolism will be their downfall
They will get theirs..
This latest attack just announced we will still kill for our cause. Their Sick
Peter Hugh McGregor Ellis, 35, a former day care employee, was convicted June 5, 1993, on 16 counts of sexual abuse relating to seven children. Ellis was sentenced to 10 years in prison.
Children who attended Christchurch Civic Creche described bizarre sexual abuse with references to frightening rituals. The children allege they were removed from the day care facility and transported to other locations, including a cemetary and a Masonic lodge, where they were abused by adults dressed in black and white and wearing masks. In addition to their reports of being used for pornographic purposes, the children described being abused within a circle; chanting and participating in mock marriages; being tied up and confined in cages and boxes buried beneath the ground; being penetrated with needles and sticks; witnessing the torture and killing of animals; being drugged; being forced to hurt other children; having blood poured over their heads; and consuming what they believed was human flesh.
The Ellis case is highly controversial, with many New Zealanders believing he is innocent. A poll of 750 adults conducted in 2002 by the National Business Review revealed that 51% thought Ellis was innocent, 25% thought he was guilty, and 24% were unsure.
The case has been linked with the day-care sex-abuse hysteria, a moral panic that originated out of California in 1982 and that existed throughout the 1980s.
Ellis has received widespread support. In 2001 Lynley Hood published a book about the case and the moral panic of sexual abuse within New Zealand at that time. In 2002 A City Possessed won the top prize for non-fiction and for readers' choice in the New Zealand Book Awards.
In August 1986, Australia was host to the largest child abuse conference in its history, the Sixth International Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect.
It was held in Sydney and was attended by Summit, MacFarlane, Heger and Finkelhor, all of whom gave addresses about their work. MacFarlane was invited to conduct a further workshop after the conference for the benefit of local child abuse experts (G:29).
Prominent members of Australia’s child abuse agencies participated in this conference. There are fascinating links and parallels between the McMartin case and the first allegations of satanic involvement in Australia.
In October 1988, a woman reported to police her suspicion that her three-year-old daughter was being abused at her day-care centre by a man named “Mr Bubbles”. In the ensuing interviews with police and social workers, children attending the day-care centre claimed they had been abducted, given drugs, assaulted with knives, hammers and pins, sexually abused, filmed for pornographic movies and forced to watch animal sacrifices and satanic rituals.
Also involved in interviewing some of the children in the “Mr Bubbles” case was a Sydney psychiatrist, Dr Anne Schlebaum. She was called in after the children had made their allegations, and she fervently believed their occult stories and reports of animal killing.
Her beliefs were further developed in a speech she made to the November 1990 conference of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Psychology, Psychiatry and Law. Her speech was titled “Nursery Crimes – A Perfect Little Holocaust in the Suburbs”, showing the affinity of her claims with the work of Finkelhor.