Lasha Darkmoon — Darkmoon.me April 16, 2013
IS THIS WOMAN MAD?
has just been sacked from her job at American University. An all-out attempt has been made to discredit Professor Handrahan and make out that she’s crazy.
Readers are invited to ask themselves this question: Is Professor Handrahan really as mad as her powerful accusers make out? And, if she is, how did she manage to hold down a high-powered job as a responsible academic all these years if all along she was just a candidate for the loonybin?
Frankly, this is hard to believe.
Is it possible that Professor Handrahan knew more than was good for her and that she revealed sensitive information that the authorities wanted to keep under wraps?
Readers of the Gunderson Report and the Franklin Savings and Loan Scandal know that dozens of witnesses to pedophile crimes — allegedly committed by high government officials, the police, and the judiciary — have disappeared mysteriously or ended up being killed in suspicious traffic “accidents.”
Foul play has not only been suspected but repeatedly alleged.
Top attorney John DeCamp, an impeccable private investigator and author of the Franklin Cover-Up, was to spend several years saying pretty much what Professor Lori Handrahan is saying. Only the minor details are different. More than 80 children had come forward to make serious allegations concerning forced prostitution, rape, torture, and the human sacrifice of children in satanic rituals.
The entire testimony of these 80 children was dismissed by the panic-stricken authorities — themselves deeply implicated in pedophile crimes — as a mass hallucination or collective lie.
How can 80 children have all been lying or hallucinating? Is it plausible?
In The Smearing of Ted Gunderston, Ken Adachi writes:
Many of the children stated that they were placed on private jets and flown to Washington DC and other cities for sex orgies….
These same children were also used in an organized child kidnapping /sex slave operation that facilitated the abduction of yet other children from playgrounds and off the street, who were then used in child porn and snuff films or sold into slavery.
Sales of abducted young American children to foreigners was common. A 10-13 year old blue-eyed blonde could be auctioned off for more than $50,000 near an air strip close to Las Vegas or Toronto and then placed on an unmarked plane, never be seen or heard from again. (See here)
The question readers now need to ask themselves is this: is Professor Handrahan really mad or is she the victim of a vicious smear campaign?
— Lasha Darkmoon