Paedofilic networks – victims and offenders – Satanism and rituals
Carine Hutsebaut is a psychotherapist and criminologist from Belgium. She has attended numerous sessions as a ‘profiler’, worked for more than 30 years as a therapist for violated children and has worked with paedophiles. She has met some of society’s worst criminals in prison (including the FBI centre in Quantico, USA, which was made famous by the film Silence of the Lambs). Her reasoning was to try to understand the way they think and act. She is also the founder of ICMAC (the International Centre for Molested and Abducted Children) and she has written a number of books in Dutch, French and English.
Carine Hutsebaut will be talking about interacting with criminals and their victims (and even sometimes their families), and why it is so important to work with both parties. You cannot understand one without the other. Carine Hutsebaut seems to be the only person in the world who works in this way. In the mainstream system, it is normal procedure for a therapist to choose sides, either siding with the victim or the offender, not both, which in her opinion is a big mistake. She will also be discussing crimes against children, from lighter offences to torture and murder. Other topics that she will be discussing are paedophilic networks and rituals, Satanism and power, money and gratification, blackmail and bribery.
I wanted to Post some links to some interesting article from a New online magazine (new to me at any rate) Called ROAR , which bills itself as a Magazine for and by Anarchists. This account of attempted ” Turning” of Carine Hutesbauts organisation is I think very relevant in wondering where did ROAR come from, is there a possibility that as with Say VICE Magazine its content will be edited and sanitised as controlled opposition. See the links to the Writing of Dr Stuart Jeanee Brammal on these matters for some more examples of what my suspicions of new Glossy publications are.
I am especially suspicious given the Involvement of or, Latching on to, of David Graeber and the CIA involvement with Rohojva and suspicions of ZIONIST infiltration into the PKK Kurdish Cause and other Kurdish causes.
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For these two people, the Workers are Them? That is the problem with this sort of elitist condescension.“[T]he more radical the person is, the more fully he or she enters into reality so that, knowing it better, he or she can transform it. This individual is not afraid to confront, to listen, to see the world unveiled. This person is not afraid to meet the people or to enter into adialogue with them. This person does not consider himself or herself the proprietor of history or of all people, or the liberator of the oppressed; but he or she does commit himself or herself, within history,to fight at their side.”―Paulo Freire,Pedagogy of the Oppressedhttp://letthemconfectsweeterlies.blogspot.se/2016/01/the-iron-law-of-oligarchy.htmlhttp://letthemconfectsweeterlies.blogspot.se/2017/10/controlled-opposition-glossy-anarchy.html ROAR reminded me of this CIA Teenaged Nija Anarchist Rojova site.
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