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The Missing Purveyor of Perversion


Is it just me, or does anyone else wonder what’s happened to Jeffrey Epstein’s handler and purveyor of perversion, Ghislaine Maxwell?

It wasn’t long ago that she was in the crosshairs of many prominent and influential “Club” members who visited Epstein Island via the “Lolita Express.”

As of this writing she hasn’t been Epsteined…yet.  But you have to wonder if the CoronaHoax was also used to cover the tracks of some – or many – of the globalists involved in perpetrating the greatest hoax in history…aka Covid-19.

We question if any of these characters were connected with her family in the past.

You see, Ghislaine was not the only family member with a troubled past.

Her father – publishing tycoon Robert Maxwell – met with an untimely death in 1991.

His autopsy reported it as a drowning and/or a heart attack after falling from his yacht off the Canary Islands.

His naked body was recovered from the Atlantic Ocean one day after he “disappeared.”

(Why was he naked?)

Ironically (or NOT) he purposely skipped out missed a meeting with the Bank of England that day over his defaulting on a more than $62 million loan.  It was one of many loans he was defaulting on.

But the world learned after his death that he had been in severe financial straits and had been robbing his employees’ pension funds to prop up his crumbling empire.

So, what does this have to do with today’s madness?

Nothing, really.

Unless, of course, Ghislaine has been put on hold – after squealing everyone out – silenced, and awaiting the outcome of the election.

The results could determine whether she walks out of prison under a witness protection plan, or somehow the 24/7 security cameras on her stop working and she ends up ARkancided.


I wonder if there’s any Publishing Tycoons on that list?

Be sure to read The Fall of the Cabal in our October issue of “…In Plain English.”

It’s Not Just About Finance.


Enquiring publishing tycoons meme








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