NXIVM Effect: Mexican Mayoral Candidate Arturo Avila Anaya Had Proof He Condemned NXIVM and Survives Media Onslaught- While Other NXIVM-Related Politicos Remain Embattled

The NXIVM effect in Mexico is severe. If you are in politics or a public figure and were once a NXIVM [AKA Executive Success Programs], your career can be upended in moments.

Javier Jileta

Javier Jileta resigned as general director of Liaison with Civil Society Organizations in the Ministry of Foreign Relations, after news broke that he was in NXIVM. While there is some dispute as to why he suddenly quit, the scandal of his being a NXIVM member was ferocious in the Mexican Media and the fact is – he resigned at the height of it.

Mario Delgado

The National President of the political party Morena, Mario Delgado, is embattled –though he has not resigned, when it became known that he was a member of NXIVM and the Society of Protectors apparently for about six months. Frank Report originally revealed his membership years ago.

Mario Delgado

The revelation that Delgado had what appears to be a brief fling with NXIVM in Mexico in 2016 [and possibly in Albany for a SOP weekend] and the heavy reporting of it in Mexican media comes during the election season and undoubtedly has been a distraction for a man overseeing scores of campaigns across the country.

I originally published this info. It is Mario Delgado’s payment history to the Society of Protectors in 2016

  1. 643     2481    m       Mario   Delgado     Mexico D.F.         manuel@manuel.com   2016-02-09  Albany – 2016-01-12 Mario Delgado – 2016-09-09 05:07:00 $50.00 – 5399
  2. Mario Delgado – 2016-08-09 05:07:00 $50.00 – 5399
  3. Mario Delgado – 2016-07-09 05:27:00 $50.00 – 5399
  4. Mario Delgado – 2016-06-09 05:07:00 $50.00 – 5399
  5. Mario Delgado – 2016-05-09 05:07:00 $50.00 – 5399
  6. Mario Delgado – 2016-04-09 05:07:00 $50.00 – 5399
  7. Mario Delgado – 2016-03-09 05:07:00 $50.00 – 5399

Clara Luz Flores

Clara Luz Flores enjoying a convivial conversation with a man she claims she never heard of — Keith Raniere

Then there was Clara Luz Flores. She is running for governor of Nuevo Leon and blundered badly when she denied she ever knew Keith Raniere or heard the name NXIVM.

She might have gotten away with it, had there not been a story in Frank Report showing her with her yellow coach’s sash and a video unleashed by her opponent of her with Keith Raniere in Albany.

Clara Luz Flores, a Nxivm coach, is running for governor in Nuevo Leon. I originally published this picture in 2017 when she was mayor of Escobedo.

She was indisputably in the lead in the gubernatorial race prior to the revelation that she was lying about her NXIVM connection.  Had she told the truth and merely said she took courses and became a low-level coach then dropped out after the branding scandal erupted, it would have been a smarter move.

As of today, her opponent, Adrián de la Garza is polling at 27.7 percent. Clara Luz Flores at 23.6 percent, according to pollsters at the Heraldo Media Group.

The difference is comparatively slight and near the so-called margin of error, at 4.1 percentage points, and there are still 61 days before Election Day, but prior to the Raniere- Luz Flores video’s release, in a March survey, she had 30.5 percent, 6.9 percent more than now and was well ahead of her competition.

Arturo Avila Anaya

Yesterday in Excélsior it was reported that Arturo Ávila Anaya, a businessman in the military and aerospace industry, was a member of NXIVM. He took courses about 10 years ago, he said, but left when he saw the cult-like” nature of the organization.

According to LJA they asked the Morena candidate for mayor of Aguascalientes, what he saw in NXIVM and why he decided to leave the organization after only one year (a decade ago).

He gave them a summary of his experience: “Several of us were treated badly.”

He spoke of how they attracted many powerful people in Mexico. The entrepreneur pointed out that the relationship with the NXIVM representatives at the beginning was friendly and the courses were helpful.

“This then gave way to a series of requests that ranged from the bizarre to the irregular, such as having confidential information about the companies of each member.”

About the content of the courses, he points out that at first they seemed harmless, as well as the tools, but later comes the requests to get involved more and more.

“They wanted to get into my business.”

The biggest red flag for Avila was that Keith Raniere, the NXIVM leader who is now in prison, was seen by NXIVM staff and recruiters as a kind of “chosen one.”

Avila Anaya left the courses within a year of joining because NXIVM representatives, he says, wanted to influence even who he would marry.

The Excélsior article states that Ávila Anaya had warned that something was wrong with NXIVM and the cult of Keith Raniere, referring to a previous interview with León Krauze about the dangers of this organization.

This was confirmed by Krauze on Twitter.

Leon Krauze
I remember well that conversation in which Arturo shared with me his memories (and disappointment) with #NXIVM.
Now he does it here, on

Arturo Avila

I share the note published by @Excelsior newspaper. On the matter, no more, no less. I recognize the journalistic work of @LeonKrauze. twitter.com/Excelsior/stat…


Arturo Avila Anaya has been noted as being one of the most critical politicians against authoritarianism, that creeping disease that is infecting America and the world today, a world that is seemingly ignorant of historic freedom principles, the same ones that brought the always-fragile freedoms to Americans.

Authority always seeks to expand its authority if for nothing more than its convenience. It is up to the people to maintain a spirit of defiance to keep authority in check.

That anti-authority attitude may be what prompted Arturo to leave the very hierarchal-structured NXIVM. Raniere was a master at quenching the spirit of defiance – calling defiance a disintegration and demanding conformity of thought – and obedience to him – from his followers and promotions in the ranks was based on obedience to him.

This he did while promulgating an attitude that he supported independence of thinking.

Ayn Rand wrote for the spirit of defiance but reportedly did not allow it among her followers. She also spoke of being independent of government yet at the end of her life, she went on welfare.

In this he was very much like a woman he admired greatly, the author Ayn Rand, who while writing about the perfectly independent man, demanded from her followers conformity of thought and obedience.

This is in itself an interesting lesson in human nature, and while it is not brainwashing, the demand for conformity of thought – to believe as the leader believes – is  not to be ignored when people seek to debate whether a group is a cult or not.

Arturo’s previous denunciation of NXIVM in an interview or conversation [it is perhaps unpublished] with one of Mexico’s leading journalists, Leon Krauze, ensures that Arturo will not likely experience the fallout from his previous attendance of NXIVM courses that the others have gotten.


There is an interesting dynamic at play here. It is in some respects not unlike the hunting and burning of witches. If a person is outed as being part of NXIVM, they can lose their job, be denied housing and in Mexico sometimes their children will be denied entry into schools/

There is no doubt a side of NXIVM that Keith Raniere and his top lieutenants concealed from the rank and file students.

Even coaches, [yellow sash] and perhaps some proctors [orange sash] did not know about it.  The intentions of people like Jileta, Delgado, Luz Flores and Avila Anaya were not likely sinister. They were probably sold on trying the course by Emiliano Salinas or one of another Mexican elite, of which there were many in NXIVM.

The secret sorority, DOS was not revealed until June 2017, when Frank Report broke the news in its series beginning with Branded Slaves and Master Raniere. 

Prior to that, intrepid students might have found items to be concerned about in the 2012, Albany Times Union’s Secrets of Nxivm.

Prior to that one might have looked at NXIVM askance by reading Vanity Fair’s The Heiresses and the Cult, published in 2010.

Or going further back, one could have perused Forbes Magazine’s cover story, dated October 2003, Cult of Personality.

Plenty of information was available that showed a possible dark side. It was primarily published in English. If anyone in Mexico had bothered to look it up online and had doubts, a cadre of respected Mexicans such as Salinas, the Boone brothers, the Garza sisters, Alex Betancourt, Alejandra Anaya Gonzales, Cecilia Salinas, Rosa Laura Junco and others were there to say that the American media was biased and the stories were lies.

It is hard to fault anyone for simply taking a course or even becoming a coach. Absent further evidence of wrongdoing – one should presume innocence – and good intentions for those who were once a part of NXIVM.

As for my own personal experience: I was a consultant for months with them in 2007-08. I did not take the courses. However, I spoke with Raniere almost daily, along with other NXIVM leaders, some of whom were convicted. I lived not in Mexico but in Albany, in either NXIVM or Clare Bronfman-owned housing.

I did not see the dark side of NXIVM then. I saw a group of sincere people and a highly amusing leader. I thought they made some stupid PR blunders which was what I was there to help them with. I came to know Raniere had several women he was in relationships with- but they seemed to be happy with the arrangement.  as far as coercion, branding, or sex slavery or brainwashing, I did not see it.

The NXIVM community was peopled with good or apparently good people, led by an often hilarious man who did not seem to have it out for anybody and lived life completely on his own terms.

I do not see how anyone can expect someone from Mexico who had casual or no acquaintance with the leadership in Albany to do better than I did in ascertaining the evil of NXIVM.

In fact, the community was not evil. They presented a way of life for those who chose it. I think they misjudged Raniere’s intentions. But there intentions are what matter. Their intentions for the most part, as I understand it were good.

I think this is probably true of Jileta, Delgado, Luz Flores and Avila Anaya.

It may even be true of Emiliano Salinas, and the other Mexican leaders of NXIVM.  For me, the jury is still out.





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  • It’s interesting that NXIVM made inroads into the political class in Mexico, in ways that it largely failed to in the US. Much of that may have to do with the luck of the draw that they happened to recruit some members from elite political families, though NXIVM/ESP’s programs also seem to have had a somewhat different lure in that country.

    In this country, affiliation with Scientology has similarly been a kiss of death for political aspirants, though those have mostly been local figures who may not have stood much of a chance of being elected anyway. At the national level the CofS has some influence, but behind the scenes, mostly bought through lobbying.

    p.s. Ayn Rand’s inner circle cult in New York City did engage in something akin to brainwashing, in which a type of psychotherapy session was used to attempt to reform the thoughts of those who had opinions that varied from Rand’s.

  • We are able to now reveal that Keith Raniere was secretly released from imprisonment near Tuscon AZ yesterday morning and a cloned version was left to replace him. Any further so-called “Raniere” who appears in court proceedings will be this clone, not the real person.

    The real Raniere was transported to Mexico City through secret underground tunnels built by Reptilians under the sway of Greys and currently used by CIA/Mexican cartels for drug smuggling and human trafficking.

    Raniere has been given special face-cloning surgery to make him appear like mayoral candidate Arturo Avila Anaya. From this position, he will continue his take-over of the Mexican government.

    This is all 12th-dimensional chess.

    Nothing is what it appears on the surface.

    • I can confirm this 12th-dimensional chess game, Raniere clone, and so called “surface” that two highly-placed confidential sources have revealed forthwith and herein.

      So it is above and there then so it is below.

      *did I say it right? Highly-placed Coffee and confidential snacks at the usual highly-placed and confidential spot at the usual highly-placed confidential time.

  • The Washington Post

    Opinion: Las elecciones de 2021 en México, una vergonzosa farsa

    Opinión de Ricardo Raphael
    April 7, 2021 at 4:28 a.m. GMT+2
    Ricardo Raphael es periodista, académico y escritor mexicano. Su libro más reciente es ‘Hijo de la guerra’.

    Las elecciones del próximo 6 de junio en México tienen mucho de farsa. La pugna feroz entre dos supuestos proyectos de país enmascara un juego de sillas rotatorias donde la misma clase política corrupta se aferra a mantener cargos e influencia pública.

    [ … ]



    Opinion: The 2021 elections in Mexico, an embarrassing farce

    Ricardo Raphael’s Opinion

    April 7, 2021 at 4:28 a.m. GMT+2

    Ricardo Raphael is a Mexican journalist, academic and writer. His most recent book is ‘Hijo de la guerra’ (Son of War).

    The upcoming June 6 elections in Mexico have a lot of farce in them. The fierce struggle between two supposed projects of the country masks a game of rotating chairs where the same corrupt political class clings to maintain positions and public influence.

    The coalition Va por México, formed by the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), the National Action Party (PAN) and the Democratic Revolutionary Party (PRD), calls for voting against President Andrés Manuel López Obrador because otherwise the country will sink into an irremediable ravine. The ruling party, Morena, responds in the voice of its senatorial leader Ricardo Monreal that this process means the most important challenge in the electoral history of the country.

    Infantilizing voters, each side explains the script of this season in Mexican politics as if it were a fight of titans, Marvel Comics style. They claim that only one of the rival sides will emerge victorious and the adversary will be eradicated.

    However, behind this discourse loaded with fireworks, the reality of the race offers a supply of candidates who have jumped from one party to another, not because they have a sincere political vocation, but because they do not want to lose their privilege or the protection that comes with the positions.

    There is no difference between the parties. All of them nominated unpresentable candidates. It was irrelevant that those who aspired had criminal records, had been partners of corrupt politicians, had plundered the treasury, were accused of sexual crimes, had unconfessable relations with organized crime, lacked merit for the position or were shameless cynics.

    Some of the political offerings that will be on the ballot are embarrassing and, at the same time, offer evidence of how little the country has changed politically. These elections make it obvious that political discourse is one thing -the great democratic feat that each faction defends and prophesies- and reality is quite another.

    One of the outstanding characters of this charade is, for example, Habiel Medina Moreno, Morena’s candidate for the municipal presidency of Soto la Marina, Tamaulipas. This politician will not be able to visit his voters because he is in prison, allegedly for having diverted resources from the treasury.

    In the same list is Miguel Angel Almaraz Maldonado, PAN candidate to govern the municipality of Rio Bravo, also in Tamaulipas. This despite the fact that in 2009 he was formally accused of being part of the criminal group Los Zetas and of participating in the theft of fuel from the state-owned company Petróleos Mexicanos.

    In addition, the PAN-PRD gubernatorial candidate in the state of Chihuahua, María Eugenia Campos Galván, who was linked to criminal proceedings for having received bribes from the former PRI governor César Duarte when she was a local deputy; and Cruz Pérez Cuellar, senator running for mayor of Ciudad Juárez for Morena, who has also been accused of benefiting from the hidden payroll of the corrupt ex-governor.

    Another candidate, politically related to César Duarte and accused of corruption, is Armando Cabada Alvídrez, who registered as a candidate for plurinominal federal deputy for Morena.

    In San Luis Potosí there are also surprises. In this case, the gubernatorial candidacy of Xavier Nava Palacios, who was accused of complicity and corruption with the real estate companies that plundered the San Miguelito mountain range. This nomination angered the Morena grassroots because they claim that with his fortune he financed the anti Lopez Obrador movement known as Frenaaa.

    Another unpresentable character in the race is Marciano Dzul Caamal, former PRI mayor of Tulum, Quintana Roo, who is now seeking reelection through the Morena party. Apparently only in his homeland do they remember when he boasted of being a personal friend of former governor Roberto Borge Angulo, whose corrupt biography is indelible.

    Candidatures of people accused of having committed sexual violence are added. Félix Salgado Macedonio, still Morena’s candidate for the emblematic governorship in the state of Guerrero, takes the most prominent place. He has at least five accusations of sexual abuse to his credit, yet his party’s male leaders have tenaciously defended him. Although the National Electoral Institute momentarily derailed his candidacy, due to his failure to provide the report of his pre-campaign expenses, it is most likely that the Electoral Tribunal of the Federal Judiciary will soon return him to the race.

    Also Manuel Guillermo Chapman, municipal president in Ahome, Sinaloa, was convicted in 2019 for labor harassment and gender violence. Nevertheless, in this race he managed to register as Morena’s candidate for the second federal district for that state.

    Another candidacy that has aroused indignation is that of Jorge Hank Rhon. The standard bearer of the Solidarity Encounter Party to govern Baja California has been accused for 30 years by the weekly Zeta of being responsible for the murder of journalist Héctor Félix Miranda. He is also accused of criminal ties with the Arellano Felix family of drug traffickers and more recently with the Jalisco Cartel – New Generation.

    Hank Rohn reminds us that in Mexico merit is irrelevant if the stork left the subject in an influential cradle. The paragraphs of this text would not be enough to name the aspirants who, like him, achieved political relevance, not because of their own talent, but thanks to their family relationships.

    Just to mention a few names, Juan Pablo Beltrán Viggiano (as alternate), son of the Secretary General of the PRI, Carolina Viggiano; Karla Martínez, daughter of the leader of the PRD in Puebla, Carlos Martínez; Ricardo Astudillo Calvo, son of the current PRI governor of Guerrero, Héctor Astudillo, among others, will be on the ballot.

    It is also necessary to name two great cynics of Neolonese politics: Clara Luz Flores and Samuel García Sepúlveda. The first one shamelessly lied when she denied that she knew the leader of the NXIVM sect, Keith Raniere (now in prison in the United States), thus derailing her candidacy for governor of Nuevo Leon. The second is her competitor for the Movimiento Ciudadano party, who has given evidence of frivolity, discriminatory skills and misogyny and, nevertheless, Clara Luz’s fall catapulted him in the electoral preferences. One more of the caste that manages to wash its face by playing at being the opposition.

  • Federal Bureau of Prisons


    Inmate Age
    Statistics based on prior month’s data — — Last Updated: Saturday, 3 April 2021
    Please Note: Data is limited due to the availability of offense-specific information.

    Chart Label Age Range # of Inmates % of Inmates

    65 Over 65 4,158 2.7%

    Inmate Ethnicity
    Statistics based on prior month’s data — — Last Updated: Saturday, 3 April 2021

    Ethnicity # of Inmates % of Inmates

    Hispanic 45,781 30.1%
    Non-Hispanic 106,263 69.9%

    Statistics based on prior month’s data — — Last Updated: Saturday, 3 April 2021

    Chart Label Offense # of Inmates % of Inmates
    (a) – Banking and Insurance, Counterfeit, Embezzlement 252 0.2%
    (b) – Burglary, Larceny, Property Offenses 7,261 5.1%
    (c) – Continuing Criminal Enterprise 290 0.2%
    (d) – Courts or Corrections 517 0.4%
    (e) – Drug Offenses 66,120 46.3%
    (f) – Extortion, Fraud, Bribery 7,202 5.0%
    (g) – Homicide, Aggravated Assault, and Kidnapping Offenses 4,581 3.2%
    (h) – Immigration 5,679 4.0%
    (I) – Miscellaneous 880 0.6%
    (j) – National Security 40 0.0%
    (k) – Robbery 4,751 3.3%
    (l) – Sex Offenses 15,886 11.1%
    (m) – Weapons, Explosives, Arson 29,260 20.5%

    Prison Safety
    How do we assess the relative safety of our institutions?

    We review Chronological Disciplinary Records (CDR), which includes information such as:
    Serious assaults involving serious physical injury or threat of serious injury (Prohibited Act 101)
    Less serious assaults (Prohibited Act 224)
    We look at the number of assaults that occur per 5,000 inmates – known as the “rate of assaults.”
    We look at these numbers throughout different points in time to eliminate any correlation between the rate of assaults and the size of the inmate population.
    This data can be accessed by the public below.




    Inmate Race
    Statistics based on prior month’s data — — Last Updated: Saturday, 3 April 2021
    Race # of Inmates % of Inmates
    Asian 2,265 1.5%
    Black 58,619 38.6%
    Native American 3,606 2.4%
    White 87,554 57.6%

    Sentences Imposed
    Statistics based on prior month’s data — — Last Updated: Saturday, 3 April 2021
    Please Note: Data is limited by availability of sentencing information for inmates in BOP custody.

    Sentence # of Inmates % of Inmates
    0 to 1 year* 1,987 1.4%
    > 1 year to < 3 years** 11,259 7.9%
    3 years to < 5 years 14,529 10.2%
    5 years to < 10 years 38,519 26.9%
    10 years to < 15 years 33,046 23.1%
    15 years to < 20 years 18,064 12.6%
    20 years or more but 1 to < 3 years" includes the common sentence type: "Twelve months plus 1 day."
    There are 50 individuals who have a Federal death sentence imposed.

    • ‘(e) – Drug Offenses 66,120 46.3%’

      Decriminalize the illegal drug industry. Introduce legislation to legalize and tax the bejesus out of it. Seems obvious, but then you are expecting a corporate business: the secure estates, to take a massive cut in profits. And a racist nation to lose one of its most effective methods of keeping things that way. what are the chances of that?

  • It’s interesting that NXIVM made inroads into the political class in Mexico, in ways that it largely failed to in the US. Much of that may have to do with the luck of the draw that they happened to recruit some members from elite political families, though NXIVM/ESP’s programs also seem to have had a somewhat different lure in that country.

    In this country, affiliation with Scientology has similarly been a kiss of death for political aspirants, though those have mostly been local figures who may not have stood much of a chance of being elected anyway. At the national level, the CofS has some influence, but behind the scenes, mostly bought through lobbying.

    P.S. Ayn Rand’s inner circle cult in New York City did engage in something akin to brainwashing, in which a type of psychotherapy session was used to attempt to reform the thoughts of those who had opinions that varied from Rand’s.

    • —Scientology has similarly been a kiss of death for political aspirants,

      Very true, but Qanon, it’s a blessing.

  • Culturally in Mexico a man that lets another man bed is his wife…Is the lowest of the lows.

    Spanish-speaking people call the men ‘Cabrón’.

    The married women who bed Raniere are Puta.

    Any Catholic country would slam the married men and women involved with Raniere.

    What my fellow Republicans fail to remember or understand is that many Mexicans are ultra-conservative.

    They hate gays, welfare moms, Muslims, and communists.

    Unlike in Central and South American countries, communism never gained any kind of foothold or following in Mexico.

    Mexico was never a Cuba, Nicaragua, El Salvador, or Venezuela.


    The point being they hate cults and any kind of hippy-commie-ideology; so those politicians’ political lives and contacts are now burnt to ash.

    On the bright side, they can come here if they’re willing to spend $500,000 and become citizens. 😂

  • Nosotros

    Opinión | Lo más denigrante. Populismo y NXIVM
    Publicado en 5 abril, 2021 por nosotrosmx en Nosotros

    Abril 5, 2021.- Cómo una mujer que militó 22 años en el PRI pudo ser aceptada en Morena y postulada como candidata a una gubernatura como la de Nuevo León

    Por Adán Echeverría

    Lo que está en auge es lo peor, lo más denigrante.

    H. Yépez

    Nada hay más denigrante que decir algo ante las cámaras y que al día siguiente aparezca y circule en las redes sociales un video que evidencia que has mentido.

    Eso le acaba de ocurrir a la candidata de Morena al gobierno de Nuevo León, de nombre Clara Luz Flores (Monclova, Coahuila, 1974). La tres veces alcalde del municipio de Escobedo (2009-2012 y en períodos consecutivos 2015-2020), siendo parte del Partido Revolucionario Institucional, institución política a la que perteneció desde 1998 y hasta el año 2020, cuando decidió que era necesario utilizar el arrastre del presidente Andrés para intentar gobernar el estado de Nuevo León.

    Pero cómo una mujer que militó 22 años en el PRI puede ser aceptada como candidata a la gubernatura en uno de los tres estados más importantes de México, por el dinero que aportan a la federación, (los otros dos son Ciudad de México y Jalisco), ¿cómo se decidió que fuera ella la candidata de Morena si no luchó junto al partido durante los tres años anteriores a la elección del 2018? Bueno, se trata del dinero que Clara Luz y amistades decidieron poner en la permanente campaña de Andrés, se trata de la amistad con el actual presidente y líder de Morena, Mario Delgado. Amistad que fue consolidada dentro de la secta NXIVM, donde Clara Luz llegó a ser «estola amarilla», uno de los rangos medios de la agrupación, que le confería la calidad de «entrenadora o coach», y por lo que pagó dos cursos de más de 5 mil dólares cada uno, además de una mensualidad de 60 mil pesos. Hay que recordar que NXIVM fue fundada en el año de 1998 y comenzó a operar en México en el año 2000.

    El video que muestra al líder de NXIVM, Keith Raniere, dándole consejos de política y populismo a Clara Luz Flores, está fechado en 2016, cuando Clarita desarrollaba su segundo período como alcalde de Escobedo; y ahora se sabe que sostuvieron más de tres encuentros para estas clasecitas personalizadas. No hay que olvidar que Keith Raniere, fue condenado en los Estados Unidos de América a 120 años de prisión por tráfico sexual, extorsión y otros delitos, apenas el 27 de octubre de 2020. De este hombre, Clara Luz Flores tomaba consejos en el 2016.

    El pasado 10 de marzo de 2021, Julio Astillero le preguntó a Clara Luz Flores: «Clara, ¿pero qué aprendiste, qué le recomiendas a los mexicanos que puedan aprender de NXIVM?»; a lo que la candidata de Morena respondió: «Para empezar, yo no sé qué sea NXIVM». El video liberado unos días después evidencia todo lo contrario. Tanto Clara Luz Flores, como Mario Delgado, son personajes que han validado la violencia contra las mujeres, utilizándolas perversamente para ganar favores políticos. Esa es la escuela de Raniere en ellos, sus pupilos. Clara Luz ha quedado como la Gran Mentirosa de la política mexicana. Delgado como el cómplice incapaz.

    ¿Qué cosa es el abuso sexual entre los integrantes de la Sin Clase Política Mexicana?

    Se encuentra detenido y está siendo juzgado por pederastia y abuso sexual el líder de la secta mexicana La Luz del Mundo, y se sabe de sus nexos con grandes representantes de Morena como Martí Batres, amigo íntimo del líder de aquel culto. Ahora sabemos que Mario Delgado, presidente de Morena, no solo fue parte de NXIVM sino que además permitió la candidatura de Félix Salgado Macedonio como candidato de Morena al gobierno de Guerrero, sobre quien pesan cinco denuncias de abuso sexual. Y luchó con dientes y billetes porque Clara Luz fuera la candidata al gobierno de Nuevo León, hasta foto desayunando con Andrés decidieron publicar en los medios.

    Ahora nos enteramos que Clara Luz Flores era coach, entrenadora, reclutadora de hombres y mujeres de la alta sociedad mexicana (empresarial y política, que son los únicos que pueden pagar las exorbitantes mensualidades de este club de pervertidos) para la secta NXIVM. Y creíamos que los enfermos y abusadores sexuales eran el góber precioso y Cuauhtémoc Gutiérrez de la Torre, ambos priistas… a ver, ¡ah!, pues que Clara Luz también era priista hasta hace muy poco, igual que Mario Delgado, igual que Félix Salgado Macedonio, igual que Andrés.





    Opinion | The most demeaning. Populism and NXIVM

    Posted on April 5, 2021 by nosotrosmx in Nosotros

    April 5, 2021.- How a woman who militated 22 years in the PRI could be accepted in Morena and postulated as a candidate for a governorship such as that of Nuevo Leon.

    By Adán Echeverría

    What is on the rise is the worst, the most degrading.

    H. Yépez

    There is nothing more degrading than saying something in front of the cameras and the next day a video appears and circulates in the social networks showing that you have lied.

    That has just happened to the Morena candidate for the government of Nuevo León, Clara Luz Flores (Monclova, Coahuila, 1974). The three-time mayor of the municipality of Escobedo (2009-2012 and consecutive terms 2015-2020), being part of the Institutional Revolutionary Party, a political institution to which she belonged since 1998 and until 2020, when she decided it was necessary to use the drag of President Andres to try to govern the state of Nuevo Leon.

    But how a woman who militated 22 years in the PRI can be accepted as a gubernatorial candidate in one of the three most important states in Mexico, because of the money they contribute to the federation, (the other two are Mexico City and Jalisco), how was it decided that she should be the candidate of Morena if she did not fight alongside the party during the three years prior to the 2018 election? Well, it is about the money that Clara Luz and friends decided to put in the permanent campaign of Andres, it is about the friendship with the current president and leader of Morena, Mario Delgado. This friendship was consolidated within the NXIVM sect, where Clara Luz became a “yellow stole”, one of the middle ranks of the group, which gave her the status of “trainer or coach”, and for which she paid two courses of more than 5 thousand dollars each, in addition to a monthly fee of 60 thousand pesos. NXIVM was founded in 1998 and began operating in Mexico in 2000.

    The video that shows the leader of NXIVM, Keith Raniere, giving advice on politics and populism to Clara Luz Flores, is dated in 2016, when Clarita was developing her second term as mayor of Escobedo; and now it is known that they held more than three meetings for these personalized classes. It should not be forgotten that Keith Raniere, was sentenced in the United States of America to 120 years in prison for sex trafficking, extortion and other crimes, just on October 27, 2020. Clara Luz Flores took advice from this man in 2016.

    Last March 10, 2021, Julio Astillero asked Clara Luz Flores: “Clara, but what did you learn, what do you recommend to Mexicans that they can learn from NXIVM?”; to which the Morena candidate answered: “To begin with, I don’t know what NXIVM is”. The video released a few days later proves the opposite. Both Clara Luz Flores and Mario Delgado are characters that have validated violence against women, using them perversely to gain political favors. That is Raniere’s school in them, his pupils. Clara Luz has remained as the Great Liar of Mexican politics. Delgado as the incapable accomplice.

    What is sexual abuse among the members of the Mexican Political Classless?

    The leader of the Mexican sect La Luz del Mundo is under arrest and being tried for pederasty and sexual abuse, and it is known about his links with great representatives of Morena such as Martí Batres, a close friend of the leader of that cult. Now we know that Mario Delgado, president of Morena, was not only part of NXIVM but also allowed the candidacy of Felix Salgado Macedonio as Morena’s candidate for the government of Guerrero, who is the subject of five complaints of sexual abuse. And he fought tooth and nail for Clara Luz to be the candidate for the government of Nuevo Leon, and even decided to publish a photo of her having breakfast with Andres in the media.

    Now we learn that Clara Luz Flores was a coach, trainer, recruiter of men and women of the Mexican high society (business and political, who are the only ones who can pay the exorbitant monthly fees of this club of perverts) for the NXIVM sect. And we thought that the sick and sexually abusive ones were the precious gober and Cuauhtémoc Gutiérrez de la Torre, both PRIistas… let’s see, ah, well Clara Luz was also a PRIista until very recently, just like Mario Delgado, just like Félix Salgado Macedonio, just like Andrés.

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  • Infobae

    Martes 6 de Abril de 2021

    Tras video que relaciona a candidata de Morena con NXIVM, el PRI tomó ventaja en Nuevo LeónClara Luz Flores salió en un video con Keith Raniere, líder del culto coercitivo. Posteriormente la popularidad de la morenista se vino abajo
    5 de Abril de 2021

    Adrián de la Garza, candidato de la coalición PRI-PRD por la gubernatura de Nuevo León, encabeza la preferencia popular en la contienda electoral de acuerdo con una encuesta realizada por el periódico El Norte. Esto, después de que saliera a la luz un video en el que se relaciona a Clara Luz Flores, de Morena, con Keith Raniere, líder del culto coercitivo NXIVM.

    De acuerdo con los sondeos realizados por el medio, Flores Carrales se encontraba en primer lugar de las encuestas con un 33% de afinidad popular, mientras que De la Garza Santos estaba en segundo lugar con el 30 por ciento. Ahora, el militante del Partido Revolucionario Institucional (PRI) se encuentra en el primer lugar con un 29% de aceptación, mientras que la morenista bajó al tercer sitio con el 19% de intención de voto.

    Cabe destacar que la pérdida de Clara Luz Flores en el electorado fue bien capitalizada por Samuel García, candidato de Movimiento Ciudadano (MC), quien subió del cuarto lugar con un 8% de posible captación de sufragios, hasta el segundo lugar con un 23 por ciento. Asimismo, la pérdida de la militante del partido magenta, representó una pérdida para el candidato del Partido Acción Nacional (PAN), Fernando Larrazabal, ya que bajó del tercer lugar con el 18% de popularidad, al cuarto con el 15 por ciento.

    De acuerdo con los datos proporcionados por el diario neolonés, quien más ganó en puntos porcentuales fue García Sepúlveda, pues en medio mes su popularidad sumó 15 puntos porcentuales, mientras que Flores Carrales perdió 14. Aunado a esto, también se debe de observar que el priista, aunque está en la punta de las encuestas, también perdió popularidad, ya que bajó un 1 por ciento.

    En cuanto a lo que se presupone que fue el gran evento que dio vuelta a las encuestas, se puede suponer que fue el video difundido por el candidato del PRI-PRD en el que se muestra a la morenista dialogar con Raniere, el líder de la secta de explotación sexual que se encuentra purgando 120 años de prisión en Estados Unidos por explotar y traficar con mujeres con finalidad sexual.

    Al respecto, la candidata aseguró no haber establecido ningún tipo de relación profunda con el explotador sexual, ya que sólo acudió a la organización de Keith Raniere para tomar un curso de superación personal al igual que Mario Delgado, presidente nacional de Movimiento Regeneración Nacional (Morena).

    “Yo no sé qué sea NXIVM, yo lo único que sé es que NXIVM es… no ese que dices, ese no lo conozco, yo conozco unas pastillas”, afirmó Clara Luz en entrevista para Julio Hernández López. Sin embargo, esto no impidió que Samuel García tundiera a la ex priista y la comparara con su colega del tricolor.

    “Esto demuestra lo que he dicho todo el tiempo: todos los de la vieja política son la misma cosa, son delincuentes, corruptos, mentirosos y, además, creen que le pueden seguir viendo la cara a Nuevo León”, inició su crítica contra los candidatos de Morena y del PRI.

    Finalmente, el candidato del partido naranja puso en tela de juicio el perfil de sus rivales y preguntó a la masa votante en quién confía el pueblo de Nuevo León, ya que “Clara Luz y Adrián tienen casos comprobados de enriquecimiento ilícito, tráfico de influencias, corrupción y los dos han salido impunes de todos sus delitos”.




    Tuesday, April 6, 2021

    After video linking Morena candidate to NXIVM, PRI took advantage in Nuevo LeónClara Luz Flores appeared in a video with Keith Raniere, leader of the coercive cult. Subsequently, the Morenista’s popularity plummeted.

    April 5, 2021

    Adrián de la Garza, candidate of the PRI-PRD coalition for the governorship of Nuevo León, leads the popular preference in the electoral race according to a poll conducted by the newspaper El Norte. This, after a video came to light in which Clara Luz Flores, from Morena, is related to Keith Raniere, leader of the coercive cult NXIVM.

    According to polls conducted by the media, Flores Carrales was in first place in the polls with 33% of popular affinity, while De la Garza Santos was in second place with 30%. Now, the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) militant is in first place with 29% of acceptance, while the Morenista dropped to third place with 19% of voting intention.

    It is worth mentioning that the loss of Clara Luz Flores in the electorate was well capitalized by Samuel García, candidate of Movimiento Ciudadano (MC), who climbed from fourth place with 8% of possible votes, to second place with 23%. Likewise, the loss of the magenta party militant, represented a loss for the National Action Party (PAN) candidate, Fernando Larrazabal, as he dropped from third place with 18% of popularity, to fourth place with 15%.

    According to the data provided by the Neolonian newspaper, the one who gained the most in percentage points was García Sepúlveda, since in half a month his popularity added 15 percentage points, while Flores Carrales lost 14. In addition to this, it should also be noted that the PRI candidate, although he is at the top of the polls, also lost popularity, since he dropped 1 percent.

    As for what is presumed to be the great event that turned the polls around, it can be assumed that it was the video released by the PRI-PRD candidate in which the Morenista is shown talking with Raniere, the leader of the sexual exploitation sect who is serving 120 years in prison in the United States for exploiting and trafficking women for sexual purposes.

    In this regard, the candidate assured that she had not established any kind of deep relationship with the sexual exploiter, since she only went to Keith Raniere’s organization to take a self-improvement course, as did Mario Delgado, national president of Movimiento Regeneración Nacional (Morena).

    “I don’t know what NXIVM is, the only thing I know is that NXIVM is… not the one you say, I don’t know it, I know some pills”, said Clara Luz in an interview with Julio Hernandez Lopez. However, this did not stop Samuel García from shredding the former PRI member and comparing her with his colleague from the tricolor.

    “This shows what I have said all the time: all those of the old politics are the same thing, they are delinquents, corrupt, liars and, in addition, they think they can continue to see the face of Nuevo León”, he began his criticism against the candidates of Morena and the PRI.

    Finally, the candidate of the orange party questioned the profile of his rivals and asked the voting mass in whom the people of Nuevo León trust, since “Clara Luz and Adrián have proven cases of illicit enrichment, influence peddling, corruption and both have gone unpunished for all their crimes”.

  • A great story, Frank.

    I agree with your assessment that many of these people may not have known about Keith’s evil intentions.

    But then again, I’d like to congratulate you on claiming the ‘scalp’ of several politicians in Mexico, like Clara Luz Flores.

    You just claimed the scalp of a gal who would have been governor of her state in Mexico. That’s no small feat.

    Claiming scalps is what FrankReport does best.

    It’s always amusing to see people get scalped by the renegade Indian who was born of Sicilian descent.

    Frank has claimed the scalps of no less than 4 dozen higher ranking NXIVM personnel and coaches, possibly more.

    FrankReport has single-handedly sent the wealthiest of NXIVM benefactors fleeing into permanent exile in Europe, while others have been sent to prison.

    The renegade Indian (of Sicilian descent) has also claimed the scalp of former doctor — and quack — Brandon Porter.

    I think it’s important to keep claiming scalps since that’s what Frank does best.

    Frank, I think you should email Suneel and ask him to comment on this topic below…

    Dr. Danielle Roberts claims that neither herself, nor anybody else at NXIVM, had ever assumed she was acting in the capacity of a ‘doctor’ while branding people —— however, Keith’s recorded conversation with Suneel directly contradicts that claim, LOL.

    In that phone conversation with Suneel, Keith is explaining why the brandings weren’t unsafe or unusual —— because, in Keith’s own words, many of those brandings were done by a DOCTOR using a ‘surgical instrument’ which she was familiar with, LOL.

    This contradicts Danielle’s claim that her status as a doctor had nothing to do with her role as chief brander.

    1st Quote from Keith (about who did the brandings):

    “then another man, I think who did a few other women to demonstrate how to do it, uh, and then, uh, the rest were done by a doctor with [chuckles] a surgical instrument.”

    2nd Quote from Keith (about who did the brandings):

    “I think a guy from, I won’t say what state to keep his anonymity, came and did the branding with them and taught them, uh, about it and how to do it and things like that, and then there was a woman in the sorority who is a doctor, [Dr. Danielle Roberts] who… it’s a, a type of a light cauterizing pen, they use it in surgeries, um, and she was experienced with that and that’s what was used.”

    Keith just admitted that Danielle was chosen to take over the brandings because of her status as a doctor and her familiarity with that ‘surgical instrument’ (cauterizing pen). LOL.

    You should ask Suneel to comment on this apparent contradiction within the NXIVM camp. Either Keith is mistaken or Danielle is mistaken. Which is it? Ask him.

    Too bad the NY State Medical Licensing Board won’t be hearing this evidence. But maybe they’ll de-license her anyway.

  • Hidrocalidodigital.com



    Arturo Ávila fue parte de la secta NXIVM

    Secta NXIVM.
    El mismo candidato fue quien aceptó en una entrevista con Excélsior haber sido parte de la secta.
    En lo que parece será la tónica de las campañas políticas, la clase política y social se sorprendieron al conocer por parte del mismísimo candidato de Morena a la Alcaldía de Aguascalientes, Arturo Ávila Anaya, que formó parte de la organización NXIVM, la secta condenada en Estados Unidos luego que se conociera que su fundador, Keith Raniere, la condujo con propósitos de explotación sexual.

    La revelación vino del propio Ávila Anaya en una entrevista para el periódico Excélsior -en el que también escribe y genera contenidos-, el cual diera a conocer en palabras del mismo aspirante a la Presidencia municipal que estuvo activo en esa organización tomando varios cursos y seminarios por cerca de un año.

    De acuerdo a la versión publicada en el periódico Excélsior, Ávila Anaya habría decidido dejar la organización hasta que los líderes de la misma trataron de influir en su vida personal, momento en el que “cortó de tajo su relación con la agrupación”, según la nota publicada en el rotativo nacional.

    La información, adjudicada a la redacción del diario, establece que los cursos que el candidato de Morena habría tomado “eran a corto plazo y estaban relacionados principalmente con herramientas de desarrollo empresarial y relaciones públicas”.

    Cabe destacar que el énfasis de la nota se dirige principalmente no sólo a deslindar a Arturo Ávila de esta organización, sino incluso a colocar al aspirante morenista como uno de los principales denunciantes en contra de la misma, pues en ella se asegura que tras detectar los intentos de intromisión en su empresa y su vida personal decidió “dejar sus filas y revelar su experiencia ante (León) Krauze y también ante Rick Alan Ross, principal denunciante a nivel internacional de la empresa de Raniere, convertida a secta”.






    Arturo Avila was part of the NXIVM sect.

    NXIVM sect.
    The candidate himself accepted in an interview with Excélsior to have been part of the sect.
    In what seems to be the tone of the political campaigns, the political and social class was surprised to learn from the Morena candidate for Mayor of Aguascalientes, Arturo Avila Anaya, that he was part of the NXIVM organization, the sect condemned in the United States after it was known that its founder, Keith Raniere, led it for purposes of sexual exploitation.

    The revelation came from Avila Anaya himself in an interview for the newspaper Excelsior -in which he also writes and generates content-, which revealed in the words of the same candidate to the municipal presidency that he was active in that organization taking several courses and seminars for about a year.

    According to the version published in the newspaper Excelsior, Avila Anaya had decided to leave the organization until the leaders of the same tried to influence his personal life, at which time he “severed his relationship with the group”, according to the article published in the national newspaper.

    The information, attributed to the newspaper’s editorial staff, states that the courses that the Morena candidate had taken “were short term and were mainly related to business development tools and public relations”.

    It should be noted that the emphasis of the article is mainly directed not only to disassociate Arturo Avila from this organization, but even to place the Morena candidate as one of the main denouncers against it, since it states that after detecting the attempts to interfere in his company and his personal life he decided to “leave its ranks and reveal his experience to (Leon) Krauze and also to Rick Alan Ross, the main international denouncer of Raniere’s company, converted into a sect”.

  • DDC


    CANDI-DATOSNXIVM hunde gubernatura de Clara Luz: encuesta 05/04/2021Por Massimo
    Ante la revelación del video de Clara Luz con el líder de NXIVM, la candidata por Morena al estado de Nuevo León pierde liderato en las encuestas. ¡Samuel García ya va en segundo!

    La campaña en Nuevo León se vio “marcada” por el video escándalo de Clara Luz platicando de lo lindo con Keith Raniere, líder de la secta NXIVM condenado a 120 años por crímenes sexuales.

    A raíz de ello, las encuestas marcan un declive en la preferencia electoral por la candidata.

    En la encuesta de Reforma publicada este lunes, el estrago de la mentira hace mella en lo que parecía una candidatura asegurada.

    Encuesta de El Norte, publicada por Reforma

    Entre marzo y abril Clara Luz pasó de tener el 33% al 19%, eso la coloca en la tercera posición.

    El “ganón” al momento sería quien regó el tepache, el candidato priista/perredista Adrián de la Garza, quien aunque perdió un punto, obtendría el triunfo con 29% si hoy fueran las elecciones.

    El siempre ocurrente Samuel García tuvo un subidón indirectamente proporcional a lo que perdió la morenista; de 8% a 23%.

    En el fondo, el panista Fernando Larrazabal, pierde puntos para colocarse en el sótano con 15%.

    Y la gente en Nuevo León confía en el PRI
    Resultados curiosos: 31% de los encuestados nunca votaría por Clara Luz.

    Voto en contra para gubernatura Nuevo León. Fuente: Reforma

    El 28% de los encuestados considera que el PRI es la mejor opción de gobierno.

    Encuesta de El Norte, publicada por Reforma

    Si se refiere resolver los problemas de seguridad, corrupción y economía, el priista, Adrián de la Garza es el mejor puntuado:

    Salieron caros esos cursitos, Clarita… pero salió más cara la mentira.




    CANDI-DATOSNXIVM sinks Clara Luz’s governorship: poll 05/04/2021By Massimo

    With the revelation of Clara Luz’s video with the leader of NXIVM, the Morena candidate for the state of Nuevo Leon loses her lead in the polls. Samuel Garcia is already in second place!

    The campaign in Nuevo Leon was “marked” by the video scandal of Clara Luz chatting with Keith Raniere, leader of the NXIVM sect sentenced to 120 years for sex crimes.

    As a result of this, polls show a decline in the electoral preference for the candidate.

    In the Reforma poll published this Monday, the havoc of the lie dents what seemed to be an assured candidacy.

    El Norte poll, published by Reforma

    Between March and April, Clara Luz went from 33% to 19%, which places her in third position.

    The “winner” at the moment would be the one who watered the tepache, the PRI/PR candidate Adrián de la Garza, who although he lost one point, would win with 29% if the elections were held today.

    The always witty Samuel García had a rise indirectly proportional to what the Morenista lost; from 8% to 23%.

    At the bottom, the PAN candidate, Fernando Larrazabal, lost points to place himself in the basement with 15%.

    And the people in Nuevo León trust the PRI
    Curious results: 31% of those polled would never vote for Clara Luz.

    Vote against for governor of Nuevo León. Source: Reforma

    28% of those polled consider that the PRI is the best government option.

    El Norte poll, published by Reforma

    When it comes to solving the problems of security, corruption and economy, the PRI candidate, Adrián de la Garza is the best rated:

    Those courses were expensive, Clarita… but the lie was more expensive.

  • msn noticias

    Se desploma preferencia por Clara Luz en NL tras video con líder de NXIVM: El Norte
    Hace 1 hora

    En la “fotografía del momento“, cortesía del Grupo Reforma, la candidata de Morena, Clara Luz Flores, se desplomó en las preferencias electorales en Nuevo León.

    clara_luz© Proporcionado por Aristegui Noticias clara_luz
    En la encuesta publicada este lunes, la ahora morenista bajó del primer puesto que ocupaba con 33% de las preferencias, al tercero, con 19%, luego de la difusión del video en la que se le observa con el líder de NXIVM, Keith Raniere, a quien previamente había dicho no conocer y que sólo había tomado unos cursos.

    © Proporcionado por Aristegui Noticias
    Clara Luz incluso se ubicó por debajo de Samuel García, candidato de Movimiento Ciudadano, quien ahora tiene 23% de las preferencias y está en segundo lugar, por lo que prácticamente se estaría convirtiendo en una carrera de tres, donde va en primer lugar el candidato del PRI y PRD, Adrián de la Garza.

    Así lo celebró en sus redes Samuel García:

    Quien sólo está de forma testimonial es el candidato del PAN, Fernando Larrazábal, quien pasó de 18 a 15% en las preferencias.


    msn noticias

    Preference for Clara Luz in NL plummets after video with NXIVM leader: El Norte
    1 hour ago

    In the “photograph of the moment”, courtesy of Grupo Reforma, Morena candidate Clara Luz Flores plummeted in electoral preferences in Nuevo León.

    clara_luz© Provided by Aristegui Noticias clara_luz
    In the poll published this Monday, the now Morenista candidate dropped from first place with 33% of the preferences, to third place with 19%, after the diffusion of the video in which she is seen with the leader of NXIVM, Keith Raniere, whom she had previously said she did not know and had only taken some courses.

    Provided by Aristegui Noticias
    Clara Luz even placed herself below Samuel García, candidate of Movimiento Ciudadano, who now has 23% of the preferences and is in second place, so it would practically be turning into a three-way race, where the PRI and PRD candidate, Adrián de la Garza, is in first place.

    This is what Samuel García celebrated in his networks:

    Who is only in testimonial form is the PAN candidate, Fernando Larrazábal, who went from 18 to 15% in preferences.

About the Author

Frank Parlato is an investigative journalist.

His work has been cited in hundreds of news outlets, like The New York Times, The Daily Mail, VICE News, CBS News, Fox News, New York Post, New York Daily News, Oxygen, Rolling Stone, People Magazine, The Sun, The Times of London, CBS Inside Edition, among many others in all five continents.

His work to expose and take down NXIVM is featured in books like “Captive” by Catherine Oxenberg, “Scarred” by Sarah Edmonson, “The Program” by Toni Natalie, and “NXIVM. La Secta Que Sedujo al Poder en México” by Juan Alberto Vasquez.

Parlato has been prominently featured on HBO’s docuseries “The Vow” and was the lead investigator and coordinating producer for Investigation Discovery’s “The Lost Women of NXIVM.” Parlato was also credited in the Starz docuseries "Seduced" for saving 'slave' women from being branded and escaping the sex-slave cult known as DOS.

Additionally, Parlato’s coverage of the group OneTaste, starting in 2018, helped spark an FBI investigation, which led to indictments of two of its leaders in 2023.

Parlato appeared on the Nancy Grace Show, Beyond the Headlines with Gretchen Carlson, Dr. Oz, American Greed, Dateline NBC, and NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt, where Parlato conducted the first-ever interview with Keith Raniere after his arrest. This was ironic, as many credit Parlato as one of the primary architects of his arrest and the cratering of the cult he founded.

Parlato is a consulting producer and appears in TNT's The Heiress and the Sex Cult, which premiered on May 22, 2022. Most recently, he consulted and appeared on Tubi's "Branded and Brainwashed: Inside NXIVM," which aired January, 2023.

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