- The Facts:Supposed survivor of Satanic ritual abuse Fiona Barnett shares her story and provides the names of some high ranking people that are supposedly involved.
- Reflect On:With everything that’s come out in the mainstream regarding this type of abuse, from the Vatican, into the Royal Families and all the way into the political and financial elite, it’s important to consider these stories and listen to the testimony.
“A tightly organised, mafia-style, hierarchically structured crime syndicate has infiltrated every aspect of Australian society including Parliament, judiciary, church denominations, law enforcement, military, child protection, hospitals, educational facilities and childcare centres. The network has numerous branches and many thousands of members who profit from various illegal activities including drugs, arms and child sex trafficking. It is a well oiled, clandestine machine fuelled by public ignorance and distraction.” – Fiona Barnett – Survivor, Author and Activist
More stories of elite members being involved in child trafficking and pedophilia are hitting the press, and sometimes even the courts, these days. Yet let us spare a minute to think about those that have actually been warning us for years that this was going on.
Fiona Bartnett, is one of those voices. As a victim of one of the most well-connected child trafficking networks in the world, Fiona has been sharing for years what she says happened to her and many other innocent children by the hands of these sick yet very ‘powerful’ and connected people.
Fiercely intelligent, courageous and brave, Fiona is known for being able to repeatedly remember minute details of the events and perpetrators from many years ago. She has been a ‘thorn’ in the side of those powerful people she seeks to expose for the last 2 decades and has received much harassment for her whistleblowing. Despite this continued harassment, Fiona says she will never stop exposing what she has experienced.
Fiona was once a Bond University student in Australia where she was studying for a degree in Forensic Psychology.
During her studies, Fiona followed the mandatory reporting legislation regarding the disclosure of child abuse allegations that were made by a client, during her time spent in practical experience at the Bond University Psychology Clinic.
Fiona says that the harassment really began for her when she reported that a child client made allegations of sex trafficking by Gold Coast DOCS (Australia’s child welfare agency).
Fiona alleges Bond University forensic psychology staff then conspired to mislead the authorities regarding Fiona’s age at the time of her own child abuse experiences.