Producer of Hunger Games Exposes Animalistic Behavior of Elites; They Are WORSE Than Predator Animals & We Live in a Child Rape System

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Comment: Amerika’s evil elite only align with evil Communist Countries like China. We have forced Russia to align with China Just to Survive. We have bombed the most Christian cities in WW2: Dresden Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Syrian Christians, Tutsi’s in Africa were hatcheted to death all masterminded by the CIA. PURE EVIL. The evil elite all belong to Secret Satanic Societies where they butcher children in their Satanic Rituals.

She exposes horrific child trafficking & Killing.


Elaine McCarty

1 year agoThis woman is a hero to have composed herself able to bring this story to us. Forty years ago when I was a child a girl shared a similar story with me. She said it was many members of the staff of an American embassy involved and also it was a very trusted person who took her there. I’m just telling this because I heard it again with a few women and I believe them.


TEDx Talks
35.3M subscribersSUBSCRIBEAnneke was sold into a murderous paedophile network in Belgium when she was only six years old. She was being abused and tortured to serving as a sex slave to European elite. In her talk she openly speaks about her healing journey, what is tried to be highly covered and promotes the awareness of this often-unseen topic. Anneke Lucas was born in Belgium where she was sold into a sex trafficking ring at the age of six. She was abused and tortured extensively before she escaped at age eleven. After living in London, Paris and New York as a young adult, she moved to Los Angeles where she began therapy, yoga and meditation. Today, she is the founder and Executive Director of Liberation Prison Yoga, a non-profit organization based in New York. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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