Sep 6, 2019

CultNEWS101 Articles: 9/5/2019

QAnon, The Fellowship, Jehovah's Witnesses, Satanic Sex Cult
"QAnon is based upon the idea that there is a worldwide cabal of Satan-worshiping pedophiles who rule the world, essentially, and they control everything," View told Salon. "They control politicians, and they control the media. They control Hollywood, and they cover up their existence, essentially. And they would have continued ruling the world, were it not for the election of President Donald Trump."

"Now, Donald Trump in this conspiracy theory knows all about this evil cabal's wrongdoing. But one of the reasons that Donald Trump was elected was to put an end to them, basically. And now we would be ignorant of this behind-the-scenes battle of Donald Trump and the U.S. military — that everyone backs him and the evil cabal — were it not for 'Q.' And what 'Q' is — is basically a poster on 4chan, who later moved to 8chan, who reveals details about this secret behind-the-scenes battle, and also secrets about what the cabal is doing and also the mass sort of upcoming arrest events through these posts."

"Analyzing whether or not 'the Fellowship' depicted in Netflix's The Family is a powerful and dangerous cult which influences Government.

Episode one of the five-part documentary miniseries The Family, "Submersion," works essentially as a particularly creepy entrance to what outwardly points to a vast American quasi-cult, sometimes referred to as "The Fellowship", or in this case the eponymous "The Family." The First Amendment evokes separation of Church and State – well that is not just broken here, it's dismantled.

One man, a youthful aspiring investigative journalist, enlists; joining the mundanely boring routines of a household of brothers. This entails 20-year-old-or-so men living together and doing menial chores in the name of Jesus. Apparently, it benefits some "greater cause" – not the Lord exactly but some old, rich, powerful men. Ordinary people are not as important as elites, is part of the fellowship's credo."

"First lawsuits filed for old sex abuse claims under new law, attorneys expect 'hundreds' of suits against religious, youth organizations.

For sisters Lynn Haggan and Tarah Bird, this is a day of reckoning.

'We're survivors of sexual abuse,' Haggan, 54, of New Jersey said calmly in an interview recently, her younger sister sitting at her side.

Due to the age of the allegations, both women had been barred from filing legal claims against the man they say abused them decades ago when they were children, a former Elder in the Jehovah's Witnesses organization.

But under the Child Victims Act in New York state, which took effect Wednesday, both can now sue during a limited window in the state's statute of limitations that allows past claims such as theirs to be brought during the next 12 months."

"Pazuzu Algarad (real name: John Lawson) was a self-proclaimed Satanist who reveled in extremeness. With a moniker borrowed from The Exorcist, a face covered in tattoos and his teeth sharpened to fine points, Pazuzu spent his days and nights in his Clemmons, North Carolina, home cutting himself and his buddies, drinking the blood of birds, doing copious drugs, performing ritual sacrifices of rabbits, staging nude orgies, and letting people do whatever they pleased to his abode ... "

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