Media Watchdog ‘Knife of Aristotle’ Filled with NXIVM Coaches

On the website of The Knife of Aristotle, the group describes itself as a media watchdog.
They have three directors and 23 news analysts.
The home page reads:
THE KNIFE: News That Empowers
“Bringing ethical standards to media and the information that shapes our world”
Elsewhere on the website we learn that “The Knife of Aristotle is committed to bringing ethical standards to the profession of journalism.”
It also seems committed to doing news analysis by NXIVM teachers and members.
Its three directors all appear on the 2011 coaches list of NXIVM.

rosa laura junco

niucki exec pro

jens erik gould ed in chief

Veronica Jaspeado

rank: Yellow, 1 stripes

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