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5 highest rated submissions:
From New York High Society to riots in Haiti - Podesta Group - Jet Blue and Spirit Airlines- and accusations of human trafficking, submitted: 12/24/2018 11:43:33 AM, 52 points (+52|-0)
MK Ultra back in the news - on Big Pharma links, Thiel's Ambrosia, the Transhumanism movement and the Dutroux case, submitted: 1/7/2019 6:46:31 PM, 52 points (+52|-0)
Another name from Jeffrey Epstein's Little Black Book with connections to BlackRock and the Clinton Foundation, submitted: 3/13/2019 2:22:37 PM, 48 points (+50|-2)
Creepy porn lawyer Avenatti arrested. Co-conspirator is attorney Mark Geragos who represents Jussie Smollett, Colin Kaepernick and Clare Bronfman of NXIVM!, submitted: 3/26/2019 7:00:02 AM, 47 points (+49|-2)
The Red Shoe Club - From Tony Podesta to Hampstead to Las Vegas, submitted: 1/18/2019 10:27:21 AM, 47 points (+47|-0)
5 lowest rated submissions:
The Middletons and British Airways, submitted: 3/21/2019 9:59:22 AM, 1 points (+1|-0)
Will Draper update and more connections re the Hampstead case and Christ Church School, submitted: 4/8/2019 12:48:26 PM, 1 points (+1|-0)
'I know nothing about Wikileaks. It's not my thing,' says Trump following Assange's arrest, submitted: 4/12/2019 10:46:27 AM, 2 points (+2|-0)
Kamala Harris, Jussie Smollett and Fake News, submitted: 2/19/2019 6:26:23 AM, 2 points (+2|-0)
Child Mind Institute and the Yale Child Study Center, submitted: 3/21/2019 10:42:24 PM, 3 points (+3|-0)
3 highest rated comments:
letsdothis3 0 points 15 points 15 points (+15|-0) ago
I don't understand why he is not in jail:
This link in the post was taken down : 1MDB and De Niro: Hurricane Irma draws attention to the James Packer-Robert De Niro Barbuda resort venture which may be a beneficiary of 1MDB funds
But the good old way back machine: https://web.archive.org/web/20180220212205/https://malaysia-bodoh.com/2017/09/23/bombshell-more-1mdb-cash-found-thanks-to-jho-low-riza-najibs-stolen-billions-de-niro-finds-his-paradise-hurricane-irma-draws-dojs-attention-to-james-packe/
An update on his Barbuda resort Paradise Found : http://archive.is/KOHuc#selection-1395.0-1395.91
A high court has suspended all construction work on a controversial airport development on the unspoilt Caribbean island of Barbuda that residents say will devastate its fragile ecosystem.
Antigua and Barbuda high court of justice granted an interim injunction to prevent building work on the airport from continuing during a legal challenge against the territory’s government over the international airport development.
The Barbudans who brought the case, John Mussington, a school principal and marine biologist, and Jacklyn Frank, a social worker, welcomed the court’s decision. They are being represented by Leslie Thomas QC, a London-based lawyer at Garden Court chambers, who also represents some of the survivors and bereaved relatives at the Grenfell inquiry.
The injunction was granted after the case was lodged outlining concerns about environmental damage that Mussington and Frank believe the project will cause. Internal documents used by their legal team revealed that the authorities had been warned about ecological as well as archaeological risks....
The islanders complain that the work to bulldoze forests in preparation for the construction work got under way when residents were evacuated from the island during Hurricane Irma.
There are formidable interests hoping to do business on the island if the challenge fails. The Hollywood actor Robert De Niro has a stake in a company, Paradise Found Nobu Resort, that plans to build a large luxury tourist resort there.
Thomas argued that Barbuda’s extraordinary habitat – turquoise sea, white sand and magnificent coral reefs as well as fallow deer, red-footed tortoises and many rare birds – would be at risk of significant damage if the development goes ahead.
Mussington says Barbudans have been careful custodians of the island’s fragile ecosystem for generations. They have made a living from sustainable fishing and export of lobster along with low-key tourism. Until now the island has escaped over-development and has been regarded as the ideal destination for travellers seeking quietness and tranquillity.
Development has been curbed to sustainable levels by rare legislation giving the islanders – descendants of slaves – communal ownership of land. But the law has recently been amended making it easier for speculators to purchase some of this unspoilt territory.
The $250m (£192m) De Niro resort has the backing of the Antigua and Barbuda government, but local organisations have already voiced their anger at the prospective construction.
In the face of that opposition, Antigua and Barbuda’s prime minister, Gaston Browne, hit out at “economic terrorists” who he said wanted to “block investment … and keep our people unemployed”. “They would have to face the full extent of the law for any infractions whatsoever,” he added.
Asked by CNN this year about the planned development, De Niro said the goal was to help the island get back up and running after Hurricane Irma. “The most important thing [is putting] the people first and then the hotel. Those things can be done simultaneously, but it’s a big endeavour,” he said.
Irma, a category-five storm, hit the island last September along with many others in the Caribbean, causing enormous damage including to most of its buildings. The repair bill is estimated to be $150m and recovery has been slow.
Barbudans were evacuated to neighbouring Antigua after the hurricane struck. When they started returning, they discovered that earth-clearing work had begun, bulldozing forest in preparation for the building of the airport.
“People on the island were shocked and devastated. They broke down crying when they saw that thousands of feet of pristine forest had been torn apart to make way for the new airstrip,” said Mussington.
Fears over the impact were compounded by the fact that the initial area bulldozed was abandoned after it was discovered that caves lay underneath the proposed airstrip.
The legal challenge cited a review of the airport plan by the country’s Department of Environment dated 4 December 2017, which warned that “many of the negative environmental impacts have already occurred in the absence of an environmental management or mitigation plan”.
It stated that although an environmental impact assessment was conducted, critical aspects of the geology, biodiversity and archaeology were not captured within it. It also said ground-penetrating radar analysis, hydro-geological study and prehistoric site assessments were not carried out. It added that the supporting documents were just two annotated Google Earth photos.
“The work on the Barbuda airstrip was well advanced prior to the DoE having an opportunity for review of the application,” the report stated. “The development work conducted up to this point has not therefore benefited from appropriate environmental guidance. This has resulted in environmental damage which will be difficult to recover from.”
Thomas said: “Significant damage has already been done to Barbuda this year. Development of the airport must stop immediately until proper assessments can be made and procedures followed.”
Mussington said what was happening on Barbuda was being replicated in different places around the world, leading to a rise in CO2 levels and permanent destruction of a climate compatible with human survival.
“We suffered one disaster with Hurricane Irma but that was followed by a worse disaster – disaster capitalism,” he said. “Until now we have been able to sustain our livelihoods on the island without jeopardising the future of our children and grandchildren. But now wealthy individuals are putting that world in danger
The planet's sickest individuals seem to have the most money.
letsdothis3 0 points 14 points 14 points (+14|-0) ago
Hoaxtead Research is run by a bunch of Tavistock weirdos and/or intelligence agents. They gangstalk and harass anyone in the UK who looked into the Hampstead case.
Sabine McNeill is a systems analyst who worked at CERN. Here she is in 2014 BEGGING the European Union to look into the problem of paedophilia in the UK... see their stony faces.. a brave woman let down by society
letsdothis3 0 points 13 points 13 points (+13|-0) ago
It's time for y'all to get the yellow vests out.
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letsdothis3 1 points -1 points 0 points (+0|-1) ago
letsdothis3 1 points -1 points 0 points (+0|-1) ago
letsdothis3 0 points 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago
I missed your post from 5 months ago. This one: https://voat.co/v/pizzagate/2682847
It's now archived, so I'll put my comment about that post here. From your main article :
Richard Dawkins, for years the most prominent voice in global Atheism, pictured here with Miriam Rothschild. [at Oundle School Chapel]
Adam Pettitt has been Head of Highgate School since 2006. He read French and German at New College, Oxford and began his teaching career at Eton College. He was subsequently Head of German at Oundle School and Head of Modern Languages at Abingdon School. In 1998 he was appointed as Second Master (Deputy Head) at Norwich School. Highgate School leads the Chrysalis Programme which has created partnerships with over 40 maintained schools in Haringey, Camden, Brent and Islington, providing a wide range of support.
And he has a number of interesting friends. Here he is with Simon Cowell and Sir Peter Green http://imgur.com/a/kDRqO
The Highgate school is known to draw primary school children from the neighbouring Hampstead area. This whole region of London is on the doorstep of Tavistock Institute and clinic. Indeed in this post on the Hampstead children I point out that previous residents of the property that Ricky Dearman, Ella and the children lived at include people who worked for Tavistock, one example being Professor Ilana Crome nee Glass > https://voat.co/v/pizzagate/1711895
Oundle School Chapel https://www.oundleschool.org.uk/Chapel-Windows
I need to look further into this because the same company that did some of their stained glass windows did some work for Westminster Abbey and Ely Cathedral. We have a number of posts about Ely; here and here.
They also may be connected to a similar company of the same name that did windows for the Camp David chapel.
This particular post started with The Project Gutenberg EBook of Ely Cathedral as I was researching Ely Cathedral (and looking for secret societies associated with Benedictine monks..