#EdwardHeath: police delayed #OperationConifer report to avoid overshadowing #Tory conference @MarkWatts_1

17 10 02 Edward HeathEdward Heath: police delayed Conifer report to avoid overshadowing Tory conference

This article appeared on the FOIA site which is a centre for Freedom of Information [FOI] requests as well as on Byline.

The article is critical as the Wiltshire Police Commissioner Mike Veale will publish his report about his investigation into allegations made by abuse survivors on 5 October. Will he mention satanic practices?

The author is Mark Watts who used to be the editor-in-chief of Exaro so he is well informed about everything to do with child abuse and elite paedophilia.

dkpsw2au8aevtrlBut ‘paedophilia’ is an understatement compared with what David Icke published in 1998 and

  • on one hand the discovery of wide spread satanic practices
  • on the other hand the official denial.

One of the shocks was the opening of the St Gotthard tunnel.

Here in London I was recently invited to see the “School of Rock” , where

  • someone was likened to a satanic sex god
  • where a teacher got children to pray to the god of rock
  • where thirteen children left the stage with the horn signs on their hand
  • but I was left deaf for two hours…

Sadly also, the aria of the Queen of Night in Mozart’s Magic Flute was abused for sinister purposes.

It was a very double edged sword: on the good side, the repressive school system was criticised. But to advocate the ‘god of rock’ as the antidote is a rather unpleasant, sinister and very male expression of anger and frustration rather than art that uplifts broken souls and heals wounded minds and spirits.

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About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is www.smartknowledge.space
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