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In 2018, Raniere and other members of NXIVM, including actress Allison Mack, were arrested and indicted on federal charges of sex trafficking.[10] A trial has been scheduled for October 2018.[11]

 

Mack was arrested in Brooklyn by the FBI on April 20, 2018, on charges of sex trafficking, sex trafficking conspiracy and forced labor conspiracy. According to prosecutors, after she recruited women to join the organization, she used tactics such as blackmail to force them into engaging in sexual activity with Raniere against their wishes and enslaved them to do menial tasks, for which Raniere allegedly paid Mack. Mack is said to be second-in-command of NXIVM after Raniere.[21][22][23] On April 24, Mack was bailed on a $5 million bond and held under house arrest under the custody of her parents in California.[24] She was charged with recruiting women into "DOS" or "The Vow", a sex cult propagated by NXIVM that presented itself as a women's self-help group.[25][26][27][28]

 

Catherine Oxenberg meets with officials over daughter’s cult involvement

Dynasty” star Catherine Oxenberg met in Albany on Monday with prosecutors in the office of NY Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and presented evidence that her daughter India is being blackmailed by a cult leader.

Oxenberg believes that India is part of a harem of young women who serve as sex slaves to Nxivm leader Keith Raniere and are branded like cattle with his initials.

The “slaves” are allegedly disciplined with a paddle, kept on starvation diets and forced by their “master” to turn over nude photos of themselves and graphic written confessions as “collateral” to ensure they won’t try to escape.

“I’m desperate to save my daughter,” Oxenberg told a friend before the meeting. “I want to help the other young women. I am desperately hoping the authorities take notice and investigate.”

 

https://twitter.com/hashtag/NXIVM?src=hash

https://twitter.com/dum_phuk/status/992853105833332736

 

https://twitter.com/RealEagleBites/status/994333554296242176

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1 hour ago, Bedrag Justesen said:

May explain Giuliani 'gaff'.

Missed that??

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I am so enjoying this presidency!  

Aye Trumps great value!

Edited by JackieO

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3 hours ago, JackieO said:

Missed that??

MSM news really excited to the point of spontaneous ejaculation that Rudy unwittingly implicated Trump by revealing payments.

Giuliani no dummy it was deliberate.

Yet Herr Frei and all the social media f-wits cream themselves in delight posting millions of words.    

For example.

Spoiler

Is Michael Cohen’s Essential Consultants L.L.C. a Slush Fund for Donald Trump?

Revelations from Stormy Daniels’s lawyer raise fundamental questions about the financial dealings around Trump: Who was paying whom, and for what?

Companies including A.T. & T. have offered varying explanations for their payments to Michael Cohen’s Essential Consultants L.L.C., none persuasive.

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"Sometimes the most convoluted question, when it comes to the financial dealings that swirl around President Donald Trump, is the most basic: Who is paying whom? The follow-up, which can be even more troubling, is: And for what? These questions arose, again, on Tuesday night, in a series of revelations that began with a tweet from Michael Avenatti, the lawyer representing Stephanie Clifford, the adult-film actress and director known as Stormy Daniels, in her fight to void a hush agreement about her relationship with Trump. The revelations involved Essential Consultants, a Delaware limited liability company that Michael Cohen, Trump’s personal attorney, had set up as a vehicle to pay Clifford a hundred and thirty thousand dollars. As it turns out, companies such as A.T. & T., Novartis, Korea Aerospace Industries, and Columbus Nova—whose largest client is a company controlled by the Russian oligarch Viktor Vekselberg, who is under U.S. sanctions—had made payments to Essential Consultants adding up to more than four million dollars. There does not appear to be any legitimate business rationale for these payments (the emphasis there being on the word “legitimate”). In short, the account that was depleted to pay for Clifford’s silence was filled up again to pay—whom?

Put another way, did the Russians and A.T. & T. inadvertently help to pay for Clifford’s silence? Tuesday’s revelations felt a bit like the moment, in November, 1986, when it was revealed that the money from the Reagan Administration’s secret sale of weapons to Iran (in the interest of freeing American hostages) had been diverted to, of all people, the Nicaraguan Contras.

The companies have offered varying explanations for their payments, none of them persuasive. A.T. & T. said that it wanted “insights” into the Trump Administration; that is not something you pay the President’s personal attorney to give you, under any circumstances. (Did the company expect the lowdown on Trump’s next moves? That would possibly be a violation of attorney-client privilege.) It is particularly not something you pay for when, as was the case with A.T. & T., you are trying to get Cohen’s client’s other subordinates to approve a merger. That might be topped by Korea Aerospace’s statement saying that it had turned to Essential Consultants for advice on meeting “accounting standards on production costs.” Korea Aerospace, alongside Lockheed Martin, is currently competing for a defense contract. Columbus Nova, acknowledging to the Times that it had paid Essential Consultants a “consulting fee,” concentrated on denying that the payment had anything to do with Vekselberg. Novartis said that it was looking for advice on medical matters—from Cohen, whose experience in this field, as Rolling Stone recently reported, has involved doing legal work for clinics that were, essentially, insurance-fraud mills. (Essential Consultants was also involved in payments that Elliott Broidy, a former Republican National Committee finance-committee member, made to a woman who was not his wife.)

There are other possible explanations. One is that the companies were paying Essential Consultants because they thought that Cohen could influence Trump, because Trump respected his advice. This scenario is not without shadiness. Cohen does not appear to be a registered lobbyist; and the documentation that Avenatti obtained indicates that Essential Consultants’ dealings were misrepresented to banks.

Another explanation is that the companies were paying Essential Consultants because they thought that, for all intents and purposes, it was Trump.

Some support for this view comes from Rudolph Giuliani, who told the Washington Post that the basic setup between Cohen and Trump was that Cohen would pay for the Clifford hush agreement and similar Trump expenses—“there probably were other things of a personal nature that Michael took care of”—and Trump, one way or the other, “was always going to make sure he got it back.” Giuliani added that getting it back meant enough to cover taxes and “a fee” for Cohen. (According to the Times, Cohen used some of Essential Consultants’ revenues for expenses such as a Mercedes-Benz and fees for a private club—an interesting venue for brushing up on “accounting standards.”)

Cohen, in this scenario, was just doing the paperwork and providing a vehicle for payments. If there is anything else the companies that paid him were getting, they need to offer better explanations. To put the matter most bluntly, if Cohen was Trump’s bagman, was Essential Consultants anything more than the bag?

This returns to the basic who-is-paying-whom question. Trump, at one point, said that he did not know where the money that Cohen used to pay Clifford came from. Perhaps he just let other people take care of the getting-it-back-to-Michael part; using other people’s money is a prime Trump business directive. But, again, Cohen took care of Trump’s problems—Trump’s expenses. That’s what he was being paid back for, and that is the transaction that the companies that paid him risk being drawn into.

This all starts to sound pretty much like the textbook definition of a slush fund. The amounts, by Trump standards, might not be so high—what’s two hundred thousand dollars to either him or A.T. & T.?—but, at least from Trump’s perspective, it is hard to calculate the premium on the availability of funds for the discreet payment of expenses of a “personal nature.” One reason that the Reagan Administration diverted money to the Contras was that it was hard, otherwise, to think of an inconspicuous place to put the cash. Money laundering, like influence peddling, can take many strange forms. Perhaps economists should get to work calculating the hush-fund multiplier effect—or perhaps prosecutors already are."

https://www.channel4.com/news/trump-contradicts-giuliani-over-stormy-daniels

Edited by Bedrag Justesen

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When it comes to tying up, gagging, spanking and tatting a slave symbol on the pubis mons of lady friends one really need to start targetting millionairesses - there appears to be quite a few who would be willing it seems?

Joking aside, she is apparently seriously wealthy but there is some serious jail time possiblity re all the charges being talked about online and, of course, if found guilty.

This lady just cropped up in discussion on a https://www.reddit.com/r/greatawakening/ thread but the thread kept closing so I could only read a post claiming that she allegedly has a private island that she has allegedly been visiting frequently of late.

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7 minutes ago, The Masked Tulip said:

Joking aside, she is apparently seriously wealthy but there is some serious jail time possiblity re all the charges being talked about online and, of course, if found guilty.

She will sing like a bird.

Tweet! Tweet!

 

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–]Yolo20152016New arrival. 13 points14 points15 points 2 hours ago (2 children)

There has to also be double entendre’s to why he posted that. look at the meaning of the lyrics

“From sea to shining sea” America the Beautiful

Meaning of the Words In four verses, Bates' poem 'America the Beautiful' celebrated the country's natural beauty with definite religious overtones. You'll see modern versions of the song in hymnals with many more lyrics. However, the original poem had four verses. Throughout the poem, Bates connects America's glory and success to God and asks for continuing help in the times to come. She also requests divine assistance in preserving liberty and governing, asserting that it is God rather than human frailty that provides for lasting presence. For example, in the second verse is the phrase 'God mend thine every flaw, Confirm thy soul in self-control,' in which Bates suggests that God's guidance is needed to make principled decisions about running the country.

Each verse in 'America the Beautiful' encapsulates an idea. The first verse is about the stunning landscape that Bates had seen atop Pikes Peak, the beauty of which results in recognizing God's role in allowing us to see such sights, because 'God shed his grace on thee.'

The second, which begins with, 'O beautiful for pilgrim feet, whose stern impassioned stress,' recollects the landing of the Pilgrims in Massachusetts, where Bates lived, the settling of America by Europeans, and expanding of the western frontier. In the process, it connects the fact that the country stretches from 'sea to shining sea' to God's role in human life.

The third verse expresses thanks to those who kept America a free land through military service: 'O beautiful for heroes proved in liberating strife. Who more than self their country loved and mercy more than life!'

The fourth verse harkens toward the future, 'O Beautiful for patriot dream that sees beyond the years,' while also repeating the same acknowledgement that future progress is only possible because 'God shed his grace on thee.' It's God that will allow the freedom in our country to continue into the unknowable future.

Throughout the poem, Bates includes glimpses of what she saw on her trip. In the first verse, the phrase 'amber waves of grain' refers to Kansas wheat fields. In the fourth verse, the line 'alabaster cities gleam' refers to the striking white buildings at the Columbian Exposition, specially constructed for the World's Fair held in Chicago when Bates passed through the city.

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1 minute ago, The Masked Tulip said:

The rich women with get off scott free I imagine. Society and the courts like to think of women as being coercred by men and innocent when it comes to BDSM stuff. 

Either way, she's going to be in chains, gagged and abused.

She must be happy. o.O

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Drat, we've been rumbled. Quick, brand all the women!

 

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While NXIVM described itself as a self-help business that has helped thousands of people "reach their potential" through various courses, the women’s-only "inner sanctum" led by Raniere is known as 'DOS', which stood for “dominus obsequious sororium" - Latin for “master over the slave women”. Once they are a member - or “slave” - they are allegedly encouraged to recruit new women into their “slave pods”, stop dating, and be on call 24 hours a day to their “master”.

As a reminder, DOS required female members to give their recruiter - or "master," naked pictures or other compromising material which could be used as blackmail before being branded with Raniere's initials below the hip using a cauterizing iron. 

 

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1 minute ago, The Masked Tulip said:

Drat, we've been rumbled. Quick, brand all the women!

 

 

I don't think we are doing it right as all we seem to get here is naked pet pictures.

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1 minute ago, The Masked Tulip said:

Drat, we've been rumbled. Quick, brand all the women!

 

 

o.O  this whole site is a lie then?  It’s a way of ensnaring us women. 

Mind, I think you would all have to try harder on the hair front for that to work. 

Just now, XswampyX said:

I don't think we are doing it right as all we seem to get here is naked pet pictures.

Our two avatars spinning side by side look nice. 👍

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4 minutes ago, One percent said:

o.O  this whole site is a lie then?  It’s a way of ensnaring us women. 

Mind, I think you would all have to try harder on the hair front for that to work. 

Our two avatars spinning side by side look nice. 👍

Yours is going the wrong way! ;)

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6 minutes ago, XswampyX said:

Yours is going the wrong way! ;)

Yes, I still can’t decide which way it should spin. 

Ooh mother. 

 

Edit it to add, changed it, waddya think? 

 

Edited by One percent

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