Lurid VIP Paedophile and Murder Claims Hit Australia’s MSM

Some alarming headlines from or about Australia:

A rather less sensational, but more informative, possible headline would have been:

  • Police investigation finds no evidence for lurid allegations of VIP murder and paedophilia (No one)

…but of course, no-one was going to run with that. The crucial detail, however, is buried in a couple of the articles:

Australian Capital Territory (ACT) Police said in a statement that the “matter was thoroughly investigated by ACT Policing’s Operation Attest and there was no evidence to substantiate the complainant’s allegations”.

According to the accuser’s story:

Speaking to media in Sydney, Fiona Barnett detailed her alleged abuse by the alleged elite paedophile ring 40 years ago.

…The northern NSW woman went on to detail “hundreds of crimes” she claimed she had witnessed, including child abduction, torture, rape and murder.

Ms Barnett described the alleged operation as a “very well-coordinated international paedophile ring”, and said there was a strict hierarchy.

“I was only saved for the VIP paedophiles,” she said.

“It’s a hierarchy, what I witnessed was the very top of the hierarchy.”

Ms Barnett said she “lives in absolute fear” and only decided to speak out because she “has nothing left to lose”.

However, that’s just the start of it. Despite the media’s taste for sensationalism, for some reason it has chosen to gloss over specific allegations by Barnett that have been in the public domain for months. Take a deep breath:

My perpetrators abused me until the time of my fifteenth birthday. The ring included police officers, psychiatrists, biochemists, psychologists, actors, writers, politicians, university lecturers and medical doctors, including a local Engadine GP named “Doctor Mark.” One perpetrator, a stage actor, went on to produce a play in which men were portrayed having sex with donkeys.

The network also involved former CIA and U.S. military psychologist Dr John W. Gittinger, the developer of the Personality Assessment System. Gittinger raped and abused me.

…In 1985, I witnessed approximately 10 children raped and murdered in Bathurst, during the weekend of the famous Bathurst car race. Some of these children were victims of kidnappings. Other children were born unregistered so that they could be used as sex slaves.

Gittinger’s role in the CIA, and the excesses of the CIA’s MKUltra programme (Gittinger vetted Sidney Gottlieb), have provided much fodder for conspiracy theorists, and this is the milieu from which the accusation against the late Oklahoma-based psychologist has emerged. Why would such a sensational element of the story – not just “VIP paedophile ring” but a “CIA paedophile ring” – be missing from the media accounts, if they regarded it as credible? And if they don’t regard it as credible, where does this leave the rest of the incredible tale? Are the media filtering out aspects of her account that they know are simply too outlandish?

But it gets even worse; a website called Child Abuse Recovery has further details:

Barnett, Dutch therapist Toos Nijenhuis and Jenny Hill of Garden Grove California all claimed their mind control experiences were overseen by Nazi mind control experts imported into their countries by the CIA after World War II to develop Super Spies. The childhood trauma that shattered them into multiple personalities included being repeatedly raped from an early age. Their abuse seemed to intensify by age six.

“In the late afternoon of Oct. 28 1975 I was taken to my sixth birthday party in the Kiama rainforest,” Barnett said. “The cordial was spiked with drugs. I fell asleep. When I awoke it was dark and I was lying naked face-up spread-eagle on a picnic table with my hands and legs tied. Perpetrators took turns sneaking up on me. A large group of men arrived in pick up trucks. They carried rifles and had a pack of starving Doberman dogs. I was told that the group of naked children huddled nearby were my responsibility. I was to run and hide them. Every child I failed to hide would be killed and fed to the dogs…”
 
Dutch therapist Toos Nijenhuis testified before five judges of the International Common Law Court of Justice in Brussels about her childhood torture at Barnett’s same Australian Holsworthy Army Base. Her perpetrators were military personnel directed by the CIA. Toos claimed that as a child she was forced to witness child murders that involved global elites who included former Pope Joseph Ratzinger, Dutch Catholic Cardinal Alfrink and Bilderberger founder Prince Bernhard.

Claims that Ted Heath took part in a paedophile orgy with Harvey Proctor where a castration nearly occurred sound pedestrian in comparison.

It’s not clear from this article* to what extent Barnett identifies with Nijenhuis’ further allegations, but presumably the two are associated. The “International Common Law Court of Justice” (H/T Eric Hardcastle) appears to be a “sovereign citizen” type entity, and it is a vehicle for a certain Kevin Annett. Annett, who is based in Canada rather than Brussels, is a former United Church minister and he makes extravagant and wide-ranging allegations of child-sex abuse and murder against senior clerical figures, particularly in the Catholic Church. Annett’s conspiracy-theorising includes the claim that all this carnage is orchestrated by a “Ninth Circle Satanic Cult”. Apparently, Annett’s “court” has issued summonses to Pope Francis and Queen Elizabeth to answer charges of genocide. And so on and so on.

All of this is significant for understanding the provenance of Barnett’s claims.

Footnote

* The author is Judy Byington, whose 2012 book Twenty-Two Faces tells Jenny Hill’s story; Byington made an appearance on the Dr. Phil Show after publication. According to a critical review here, the book describes Satanic cults and includes supernatural elements.

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