Monday, October 24, 2016

Former King's students to testify about abuse, Enabler or family defender? How Hillary Clinton responded to husband’s accusers, Documenting Trump’s Abuse of Women, Hypnosis in MPD: Ritual Abuse, Greenbaum Speech, Mind Control Programming

- Former King's students to testify about abuse
- Enabler or family defender? How Hillary Clinton responded to husband’s accusers
- Documenting Trump’s Abuse of Women
- Hypnosis in MPD : Ritual Abuse, Greenbaum Speech, Mind Control Programming

Former King's students to testify about abuse

Tuesday, 25 October 2016

Two former students of The King's School in Sydney are expected to give evidence on Tuesday at the abuse royal commission about sexual assaults by older students in the 1960s and 70s.

The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse is investigating the prestigious Parramatta private boy's school in a set of hearings devoted to "children with harmful sexual behaviours".

In his introduction last week, counsel assisting David Lloyd told the commission one of the men was sexually abused by a year 12 student and felt he was powerless to stop it because it was accepted that older boys could dominate younger ones....

Enabler or family defender? How Hillary Clinton responded to husband’s accusers

By Shawn Boburg September 28

Hillary Clinton has wrestled with allegations surrounding her husband’s infidelities for much of their 40-year marriage, including a sexual harassment lawsuit, a grand jury investigation and an impeachment vote centered on his untruthfulness about a relationship with a White House intern....

Her detractors, though, say that Clinton has unfairly lashed out over the years at the women involved in her husband’s indiscretions. Her responses­ have forced her to walk a fine line during the campaign on sexual assault issues, even as she builds strong political support among female voters....

Paula Jones, who has accused Bill Clinton of sexual harassment; Monica Lewinsky, who figures in allegations of a presidential coverup; and Gennifer Flowers, who claimed in 1992 to be the then-presidential candidate's lover....

Hillary Clinton dismissed an accusation made by Gennifer Flowers, the singer who sold her story to a supermarket tabloid after having previously denied an affair. In an ABC News interview, she called Flowers “some failed cabaret singer who doesn’t even have much of a résumé to fall back on.” She told Esquire magazine in 1992 that if she had the chance to cross-examine Flowers, “I mean, I would crucify her.”

Hillary Clinton’s support for her husband was crucial, and she sat by his side during a crucial “60 Minutes” interview, saying she was not like the victim in Tammy Wynette’s “Stand By Your Man.” Campaign pollster Stan Greenberg said at the time that the public would disregard the allegations if they believed he had been truthful to his wife.

Six years later, Bill Clinton acknowledged a sexual encounter with Flowers....

By July 1992, the campaign hired private detective Jack Palladino to investigate the accusers involved in two dozen allegations.

In 1994, former Arkansas state employee Paula Jones alleged in a lawsuit that Bill Clinton groped her in a hotel room three years earlier. Hillary Clinton wrote in her autobiography, “Living History,” that she erred in opposing an early settlement.

Eventually, Bill Clinton settled for $850,000. During discovery, Jones’s attorneys found out about White House intern Monica Lewinsky.

Her husband denied the relationship, and Hillary Clinton blamed the allegations on a “vast right-wing conspiracy.”

Asked on “Good Morning America” if her husband had been truthful, she said, “I know he has.”

A former White House aide who spoke on the conditions of anonymity to talk about private discussions said Hillary Clinton blamed the scandal on political enemies and insisted that privacy was sacred.

Bill Clinton admitted his untruthfulness in August 1998....

Documenting Trump’s Abuse of Women

For his 1993 book, “The Lost Tycoon,” Harry Hurt III acquired Ivana’s divorce deposition, in which she stated that Trump raped her.
By Jane Mayer  October 24, 2016 Issue

Harry Hurt III experienced a sense of vindication. In 1993, Hurt published “Lost Tycoon: The Many Lives of Donald J. Trump,” an unauthorized biography that has long been out of print. The day the tape surfaced, he was hitting golf balls at a driving range in Sagaponack, New York, when a text message arrived from a friend: “Donald is done!”

After Hurt watched the tape, he said, “I thought, Finally, this behavior is coming out.” But he doubted that the revelation would do any real damage to Trump’s campaign. Researching his book, in the early nineties, Hurt discovered and documented more serious instances of Trump’s mistreatment of women, yet most news outlets had declined to report on them....

In Hurt’s account, Trump was furious that a “scalp reduction” operation he’d undergone to eliminate a bald spot had been unexpectedly painful. Ivana had recommended the plastic surgeon. In retaliation, Hurt wrote, Trump yanked out a handful of his wife’s hair, and then forced himself on her sexually. Afterward, according to the book, she spent the night locked in a bedroom, crying; in the morning, Trump asked her, “with menacing casualness, ‘Does it hurt?’?” Trump has denied both the rape allegation and the suggestion that he had a scalp-reduction procedure. Hurt said that the incident, which is detailed in Ivana’s deposition, was confirmed by two of her friends....

Hurt finally made it onto CNN last week, after ten more women had come forward to accuse Trump of violating them....

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How to Avoid Being Mind Controlled at a Conference
by Neil Brick – Presentation at the 2016 Annual Ritual Abuse, Secretive Organizations and Mind Control Conference – August 2016
The information in this article was written with the help and research of several survivors and well-known, well-published therapists in the child abuse, ritual abuse and mind control fields over almost a twenty year period.  Participants of several ritual abuse conferences helped research the information in this article.  

Self-Esteem Loosens Mind Control
by Wendy Hoffman – Survivorship Conference 2016 

Internal Keys to Safety by Alison Miller
– Survivorship Conference 2016  

Becoming Yourself: Overcoming Mind Control and Ritual Abuse by Alison Miller

Audio versions
part 1 - YouTube
part 2 - YouTube

In contrast to the author's previous book, Healing the Unimaginable: Treating Ritual Abuse and Mind Control, which was for therapists, this book is designed for survivors of these abuses.

It takes the survivor systematically through understanding the abuses and how his or her symptoms may be consequences of these abuses, and gives practical advice regarding how a survivor can achieve stability and manage the life issues with which he or she may have difficulty.
The book also teaches the survivor how to work with his or her complex personality system and with the traumatic memories, to heal the wounds created by the abuse.
A unique feature of this book is that it addresses the reader as if he or she is dissociative, and directs some information and exercises towards the internal leaders of the personality system, teaching them how to build a cooperative and healing inner community within which information is shared, each part's needs are met, and traumatic memories can be worked through successfully.

The Power of Story  An Interview with Neil Brick - Facing Down Fears

Petition to Stop Attacks Against Child Abuse and Ritual Abuse Survivors and Neil Brick

The Urban Legends of Those Attacking Ritual Abuse Theories  

Ritual abuse information
by Neil Brick

Information on ritual abuse and child abuse crimes and advocacy to help stop these crimes.

Victims of sexual abuse find comfort at conference 18th annual sexual and ritual abuse conference  

18th Annual Sexual and Ritual abuse conference was held Sunday. Severe sexual abuse and torture victims from all over the world gathered in Windsor Locks, Connecticut, to learn how to deal with their trauma. Survivor and organizer Neil Brick  , "This is a conference to educate people."

The conference is a safe haven for victims. "It validates their experience and unifies survivors," said Brick. He went on to tell  "A lot of people suffer child abuse, that's unfortunate that people do. So people can talk to others and realize they're not alone. They can learn about resources on the internet and books that can help them."  

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