Malawi president petitioned to investigate cultist Madonna for human trafficking

Malawi president petitioned to investigate cultist Madonna for human trafficking

Satanic queen of sleaze Madonna as she appears on a CNN web page extolling her upcoming global tour in July. Below: Madonna in one of her occult-themed costumes at the MTV Video Music Awards in 2018 (AP picture).
Beitbart reports.

Madonna founded a charity called Raising Malawi, supposedly a not-for-profit organization that seeks to support orphans and at-risk children through health and education programs. Raising Malawi was run by the Kabbalah cult she was associated with. Then in 2011 she cut the cult’s ties with her charity, following a damning audit.

The EWF group alleges Madonna used her Malawian adopted son, David Banda, “for sexual exploitation and social experiments.” Banda appears to have turned “trans”, and has been photographed wearing women’s clothes, makeup, and jewellery. The EWF also claims that Madonna made false statements that David’s father was absent when she applied for adoption.

EWF, formed in 1937 to aid Ethiopians who settled abroad, has asked Malawian President Lazarus Chakwera to “restrict [Madonna’s] and her associates’ accessibility to Africa and to African children as a precautionary measure until a thorough investigation is done into child trafficking, sex exploitation, sexual slavery, adoption reversal, threat of coercion, fraud, deception and abuse of power or vulnerability.”

EWF’s petition notes that Malawi’s penal code bans “indecent practices between females” and inducements for children to behave as such. Madonna’s 1992 pornographic book “Sex” was presented as evidence that “the singer is very interested in promoting such practices”. The petitioners felt that book alone should have been enough to block Madonna’s eventually successful efforts to adopt Malawian children in 2006.

But global media is silent about the call for the investigation and Reuters, MSM and CNN, for instance, are enthusiastically touting the performer’s upcoming so-called “celebration tour” to 35 cities worldwide, featuring four decades of her hit songs.

In stark contrast, a website called Judiciary, run by prominent Jamaican and Florida resident Aisha Goodison, accuses Madonna of fraud, charity fraud, theft, commissioning assaults and worse and having ties to the mafia via family and business.

“Madonna is a thief and con artist who has not only stolen copyrights from day one as the basis for her fraudulent career, she has stolen the money and assets of people she targeted via the Kabbalah cult. Madonna has also committed charity fraud in soliciting over $100,000,000 in donations for African children in Malawi, but kept 95% of the money for herself.”

Goodison launched an unsuccessful lawsuit against the FBI and Department of Justice in 2009 over their negligence in handling her complaints against “entertainment industry members involved in the occult, Hollywood’s Kabbalah Center cult, who have been allowed to stalk, terrorize, threaten, harass, abuse and assault her for years” resulting in traumatic brain hemorrhage injuries.

“Aisha’s life is at stake and the aforementioned Hollywood harassers need to be restrained and a protective order issued,” the lawsuit noted. “The Plaintiff seeks injunctive relief and the immediate release of all records and files in their entirety, from the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Department of Justice, regarding her, her copyrights, companies, ventures and the Madonna case she filed a complaint about in 2005. She further seeks all files and records bearing her name …”

Goodison claims Madonna used the so-called “Hollywood fixer” and serial criminal Anthony Pelicano as her private investigator, and paid him $100,000 per person he spied on, threatened and abused. “Pellicano would make death threats against innocent people’s children, whom celebrities such as Madonna paid him to illegally target. Pellicano would even wait outside their schools, take pictures of their kids and send photos to the parents with death threats on the pics written in red markers (implying blood and death),” Judicial Report noted.

Madonna calls herself a priestess and has been a practitioner of Kabbalism, the mystical cult arm of Judaism, since the 1990s. But Madonna is also known for her blatant on-stage stylized satanic rituals and pornographic videos.

She bought a multi-million pound townhouse in central London and converted it into a Kabbalah centre for other followers who include the emotionally disturbed pop star Britney Spears, old-time satanist Mick Jagger, Paris Hilton and actors Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher. The cult’s founder Philip Berg died in September 2013 and was entombed in a massive, purpose-built mausoleum in northern Israel.

According to The Guardian Berg was the man for whom she lobbied Downing Street, claiming that Kabbalah water had removed all radioactivity from a lake in the Chernobyl exclusion zone. The Guardian article raised questions about Madonna’s non-appearance at Berg’s funeral.

Yehuda Berg (Philip’s son and Kabbalah Center co-director), was sued for drugging, sexually assaulting and threatening to kill a young woman who joined the center in Los Angeles. A court judgment was levied against him in the case.

This is the third time the performer’s dealings with African children has been engulfed in controversy. It emerged in 2011 that $3.8 million supposedly to be spent on a school in Malawi was squandered on architects, design and salaries and two cars for employees who had not even been hired yet. Neither had the title for the land been obtained.

In 2017, Reuters reported the singer won a Malawi Supreme Court appeal to allow her to adopt two more girls, a children’s charity in Malawi named Eye of the Child warned that the country was “really putting our children in a big danger and Madonna’s win “would facilitate trafficking of children” by encouraging more adoption.

When Madonna began adopting her four Malawi infants, she did not meet adoption requirements such as living in Malawi for at least 18 continuous months. Breitbart says at the time the singer was accused of leveraging her fame and wealth to “bully” Malawian officials and demand “VIP treatment.”

She founded Raising Malawi in 2006, allegedly to “support orphans and vulnerable children with critical resources including education, medical care, food and shelter, and psychosocial support.”

Madonna’s “coffee table book” Sex featuring sadomasochism and gay porn stars photographed in Madonna performing sex acts that were not disclosed during her adoption case in 2006 in Lilongwe, Malawi. According to the EWF petition Madonna had to sign a contract that forbade the book from including images of child pornography, bestiality, or religious imagery.

EWF notes that shortly after signing that agreement, Madonna founded the company Maverick, a partnership with Time Warner, and she now holds total artistic control over any work released by Maverick, which is now the publisher of Sex. The former agreement she signed with Time Warner over sexually explicit content in the book Sex is now null and void.

EWF alleges the “psychology behind her ability to release child pornography, religious imagery, bestiality and vulgar pornography prompted her to open an orphanage in Malawi named ‘Raising Malawi’ in 2006 to host social experiments on vulnerable African children in Malawi.”

As far back as 1984, the singer shocked MTV viewers with pornographic imagery, rolling around on the floor of the network’s award stage wearing a wedding dress and singing “Like a Virgin.”


Sanctions Blocking Russian Fertilizer From Leaving EU Ports

Sanctions Blocking Russian Fertilizer From Leaving EU Ports

ER Editor: Here’s a related pair of articles from Sputnik and RT.


Up to 280,000 Tonnes of Russian Fertilizers Arrested in Europe, Deputy Foreign Minister Says


GENEVA (Sputnik) – As many as 280,000 tonnes of Russian mineral fertilizers remain arrested in European ports, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Vershinin said on Saturday.

“Up to 280,000 tonnes of Russian mineral fertilizers have been under arrest in a number of European countries over recent months,” Vershinin said adding that Russia supported gratuitous exports of these arrested fertilizers to countries in need, especially in Africa.

The deputy minister added that Moscow was not satisfied with the implementation of the Black Sea grain deal, as Russian food products and fertilizers should have a “real access” to international markets.

Russia, Ukraine and Turkey signed on July 22 the United Nations-brokered agreement to secure a humanitarian corridor via the Black Sea for grain and fertilizer exports. The parties agreed for the agreement to last 120 days and expire on November 19.

On October 29, Russia suspended its participation in the agreement after its military and civilian ships were attacked by Ukraine in the bay of Sevastopol. On November 2, the Russian Defense Ministry said that Moscow was returning to the agreement after receiving written guarantees from Ukraine that Kiev will refrain from using the humanitarian corridor for military purposes. Kiev has denied providing any additional guarantees.



Russian fertilizers to leave EU port

A cargo of 20,000 tons will be shipped to Africa next week


Russian fertilizers which have been blocked at an EU port, due to Ukraine-related sanctions, will be shipped next week, the UN announced on Friday.

The world’s largest country is a key producer of the materials, and the uncertainty around supply has heightened fears about food insecurity, particularly in poorer nations.

The 20,000 ton cargo has been held in the Dutch port, Rotterdam, and is destined for Malawi, under the UN World Food Program.

Following a meeting between senior UN officials and a Russian delegation led by Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Vershinin on Friday a UN statement confirmed it “..briefed on recently issued General Licenses and shipments of fertilizer to developing countries’ destinations and its ongoing engagement with private sector and member states. It is anticipated that the first shipment of donated fertilizers will depart for Malawi in the coming week.

The meeting centered on Russia’s continued dissatisfaction with UN efforts to lift Western sanctions that pose problems for Russia’s agricultural exports. The organization pledged to assist Russia back in July as part of a UN-brokered grain deal, which unblocked the export of food and fertilizers from several Black Sea ports. Russia said it may choose not to extend its participation in the deal, which is set to expire on November 19, if the UN does not follow through on its promises regarding Russian exports.

On Friday, the Dutch government confirmed that the Russian fertilizer cargo has been given permission to leave the port at the UN’s request.

“The decision to release the fertilizer was made on the understanding that the UN would ensure that it is delivered to the agreed location, Malawi, and that the Russian company and sanctioned individual will earn nothing from the transaction,” the Dutch Foreign Affairs Ministry said in a statement.

It did not disclose the name of the Russian company that owns the shipment. Earlier this month, however, TASS news agency reported that Russian fertilizer producer Uralchem-Uralkali was ready to donate 240,000 tons of its fertilizers stuck in EU warehouses for humanitarian purposes, with the first shipment destined for Malawi.

Prior to this, Russian President Vladimir Putin stated that a total of 300,000 tons of Russian fertilizers were stuck at EU ports due to Western sanctions. In September, he said that Russia was prepared to give these fertilizers to developing nations free of charge.



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