Charities concerned about SRA
April 12, 2015
Even the mainstream media is having to admit that Satanic ritual abuse is a fact. It is not a myth. Is is not a “Panic”.
This article from the Express on 29 March 2015 reports that charities claim Satanic abuse is rife: Kate Short, of Kilmarnock-based charity Break The Silence, said:
“We have had quite a lot of people who have been abused as part of a cult or a paedophile ring.“In the worst cases they have been forced to watch the making of snuff movies.“It’s the extreme, barbaric type of terror that can lead to serious personal disorder.“Victims are so brainwashed they don’t dare to speak out.”
Charity Izzy’s Promise is based in Dundee.Project co-ordinator Joseph Lumbasi said:
“Babies are aborted for sacrifices.“There is pornography, sick films.“Horrific things are happening and nobody is getting caught.”
Izzy’s Promise, the Dundee-based charity, was set up by Laurie Matthews, another hero.
Laurie, herself a survivor of ritual abuse, has written about her childhood and has been a tireless campaigner. She is another person who has no fear of bursting into rituals and watching the cowards scatter. We recommend all her books; she writes about the reality of these people and their nasty practices.It’s time for this to stop!