Kevin Annett: UK and Ireland attempt arrest to stop ITCCS action on 800 sacrificed babies, and on Pope and UK Queen child Genocide and Satanic sacrifice verdicts
VANCOUVER, BC – In an ExopoliticsTV interview with Alfred Lambremont Webre, Kevin Annett stated that the UK’s issuance of an extradition order to the Government of Ireland to arrest him while he was to have been in Ireland working on the ITCCS investigation of the 800 babies ritually sacrificed and murdered at Tuam, Ireland was in fact motivated both to stop the ITCCS action to prosecute guilty parties in the Tuam baby sacrifices, which may include the reigning Cardinal of Ireland, and to prevent further ITCCS investigation and enforcement of its verdicts Popes Francis Bergoglio and Benedict Ratzinger for Ninth Circle Satanic child sacrifice, and the Jesuit Superior General for child trafficking, and against UK Queen Elizabeth Windsor and the Archbishop of Canterbury for child genocide.
Kevin Annett, who plans to return to Brussels and Germany for further ITCCS operations, stated that it appears that the planned arrest actions have now actually strengthened ITCCS operations world wide, with the appointment of Field Secretaries in Western Europe, Australia and Asia, and North America, and a world-wide membership of 800 involved in Common Law Court and Common Law Sheriff Enforcement and Investigative activities.
ITCCS Actions against Satanic Corporate Sector
Kevin Annett discussed ITCCS actions that are now planned against corporate defendants that were implicated in the August 15, 2014 planned Satanic sacrifice in Montreal that ITCCS disrupted, including Cargill Corporation, where Satanic rituals has been held in corporate headquarters. Cargill is “is now the largest privately held corporation in the United States in terms of revenue. If it were a public company, it would rank, as of 2013, number 9 on the Fortune 500, behind Valero Energy and ahead of Ford Motor Company.”
Republic of Kanata
Kevin Annett also discussed the Republic of Kanata convention in Saskatchewan, Oct. 27 – 31, 2014.