Hollywood & Satanism / Cover-Ups & Crimes Part 2

Hosted byRichard Syrett

Hollywood & Satanism / Cover-Ups & Crimes Part 2

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Actor Christian Bale's acceptance speech at the Golden Globes included a thank you to Satan for giving him inspiration. Satanists were thrilled. Metaphysician Sloan Bella has done extensive research into the influence Satanism has on Hollywood. In the first half, Bella joined guest host Richard Syrett (Twitter) to reveal how Lucifer has his grips on Hollywood.

"I always knew the world was run by Satanists and pedophiles," she said. According to Bella, transient kids on the streets of Hollywood were picked up by Luciferian practitioners, including powerful industry insiders and well-known comedians. It was such a trend everyone was talking about it, she added. "I would hear about certain things that would go on and it involved younger people and it involved certain types of... ritual," Bella reported, noting these street kids were heavily drugged ahead of the rituals.

There are numerous people in positions of great power in Hollywood who worship Satan and even perform blood sacrifices, she continued. They tend to have a facade so most cannot sense their evil. Their goal is to increase their money and energy. Luciferian managers/handlers use blackmail to control artists' career and earnings, Bella disclosed. She also pointed out that Lucifer's minions are always on the prowl to attach to physical bodies in order to live and feel things within the Earth realm.


In the second half of the program, Donald Jeffries suggested American history has been left in the unreliable hands of those that he refers to as the court historians. In his last interview, discussing his book Crimes and Cover-ups in American Politics: 1776-1963, Jeffries had so much to share that he and Richard only made it to the Civil War era. Jeffries returned to Coast to cover Part 2 of the discussion from Abraham Lincoln through the 1913 Federal Reserve Act.

He called Lincoln the greatest tyrant in American history for overreaching his constitutional authority. Jeffries described him as first imperial president who suspended the writ of habeas corpus and shutdown hundreds of newspapers during the Civil War. "By a show of force that killed almost a million Americans Lincoln forever shattered the concept... about the consent of the governed - that alone, in my mind, makes him just an awful president," he said. Lincoln, known as the Great Emancipator, did not actually free the slaves in the north, only in the south where he had no jurisdiction, Jeffries noted.

Jeffries covered the Spanish American War in 1898, which he called the first American false flag operation. "You begin to see really the final shattering of George Washington and the other founding fathers' desire to keep out of other nation's affairs," he explained. Jeffries called Theodore Roosevelt a phony populist, and commented on the 1913 Federal Reserve Act which critics at the time called it disastrous. The Federal Reserve is a private corporation that has never been fully audited. "Who knows what really would be revealed with a full independent audit," he pondered.

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