Popular actress Bella Thorne, who was also a child actress opened up about her experiences, particular at Disney, in a 2019 interview where she said she was constantly sexually abused from the ages of 6 to 14. How is this type of activity able to sustain itself when so many examples have made their way into the public domain. The people atop the film/music industry have an incredible power and their capacity of control, is somehow above the law.
In 2019 well known actress and former Disney child star Bella Thorne opened up about her childhood sexual abuse experiences in the form of a poem in her book titled “The Life of a Wannabe Mogul: Mental Disarray.” In her poem, she mentions how she felt ashamed an disgusted for the abuse, and after the book was published she gave multiple interviews mentioning her experience. In one particular interview she stated that she was physically/sexually abused at Disney from the ages of 6 to 14 “all the time”.
I don’t know much about Bella, but she’s clearly gone through a lot growing up and has had some traumatic experiences in her life. She’s talked about it in multiple interviews, so if you want to learn more about her particular experience do your own research. One thing is for certain, she is not the only one. Pedophilia seems to be quite a big problem in Hollywood. In that particular interview she mentions that some of these actions simply become normal to the point where it’s hard to decipher between right and wrong. If you want more details, I suggest you look her up. When it comes to Disney in particular, the company and many of its employees have been accused and even in some cases, convicted of sexually abusing children. For example, Michael Laney, the 73 year old ex Vice President of the Walt Disney Corporation was recently jailed for sexually abusing a 7-year old girl, while being accused of multiple other rape and sexual abuse cases against children. I obtained a document from the Multnomah Country District Attorney that shows this quite clearly.
In 2017 Jon Heely, who was Disney’s director of music publishing since 2000, was arraigned on charges of “lewd and lascivious acts” with a child. He was arrested on Nov. 16 by the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department. He was accused of sexually abusing two girls, one when she was 15 and another when she was 11. Apparently, this investigation is still ongoing, and he is set to see a jury for the second time after the original jury was unable to reach a verdict. Furthermore, there has always been strange pedophilia symbolism associated with Disney and many of its children’s shows and movies.
The information in this article is simply one example. It’s a deep discussion that gets into ritual abuse, something for another article perhaps.
The point is, this is happening, and it’s happening at high levels and some very powerful people are involved. More people have clued into this point with the recent Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell cases, but there are many more examples that are and have been completely ignored by mainstream media.
Over the past few years, we’ve written quite a bit about elite level pedophilia. In fact, we have been doing this for a long time, even when it was considered a “conspiracy theory” by many despite the fact that ample evidence and proof for such activity was quite rampant. It’s a shame that if something isn’t presented and taken seriously by mainstream media, and if it’s quite hard to believe, that it’s instantly brushed off as a mere conspiracy. Many people wonder, if this is actually happening at elite levels, how is this activity able to sustain itself, I like to use Cardinal George Pell, a high ranking Vatican official who was convicted of child sexual abuse and recently set free, all charges have been dropped. Why? Because this is what power can do. It’s important to note that he himself established The Diocesan Commission Into Sexual Abuse in 1996. Based on my research I’ve found that the ones we go to in order to tackle the problems are the ones who are also involved in it.
Another great example would be the fact that, as The Hill reports, “The Pentagon’s Defense Criminal Investigative Service subsequently identified hundreds of DOD-affiliated individuals as suspects involved in accessing child pornography, several of whom used government devices to use and share the images.” The investigations that ensued have been internal, and have remained internal and it’s hard to find any more information on this. It seems that it hasn’t really gone anywhere in terms of solutions or dealing with the problem. You can read more about that story here. Are the ones doing the investigations also a part of it? These are important questions to ask. This kind of stuff is all over the place, and the theme involves high ranking people. As a paper published in European Psychiatry details: Research eventually led to the Franklin scandal that broke in 1989 when hundreds of children were apparently flown around the US to be abused by high ranking ‘Establishment’ members. Former state senator John W DeCamp, cited as one of the most effective legislators in Nebraska history, is today attorney for two of the abuse victims. A 15 year old girl disclosed that she had been abused since the age of 9 and was exposed since the age of 9 and was exposed to ‘ritual murder’ of a new born girl, a small boy (who was subsequently fried and eaten) and three others.
- Does elite level pedophilia provide a glimpse into the system we choose to hold up by voting?
- A system we choose to let make decisions for us?
- Can decisions made in these realms really be for the best interests of humanity and the planet as a whole, or are decisions made under the guise of good will but in reality, done for the purposes of obtaining more power and control?
- Is it really a surprise that our world, our systems, our environment, our health care and more are in the condition they are in given the fact that the people in charge of making major decisions in this area may be involved in such unethical and immoral actions?
- Is our world really about what’s best for humanity, or is it about profit and control first?
- What’s going on our planet? >
- Why do we live the way we do and why do we think the way we do?
Our Interview With A SurvivorIn all of our articles we’ve written about the subject, we always include this interview, so I apologize if you’ve already come across it. Anneke Lucas is an author, speaker, advocate for child sex trafficking victims, founder of the non-profit organization Liberation Prison Yoga, and creator of the Unconditional Model. Her work is based off her 30-year journey to restore her mental and physical wellbeing after surviving some of the worst atrocities known to humankind before the age of 12. Sold as a young child into a murderous pedophile network by her family, she was rescued after nearly six years of abuse and torture. We recently conducted an interview with her. Below is a clip from the four part series, as it was a very long and detailed interview.
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