Shadow: Allison Mack Sullied the Noble Bronfman Name

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By Shadow State

To Sara and Clare Bronfman: “No good deed goes unpunished.”

Two poor little rich girls who suffered at the hands of Allison Mack.

“Cast Your Bread Upon the Waters, and the Sharks Will Get It” –Lyndon Baynes Johnson

Allison Mack has sullied the noble name of the Bronfman family to fulfill her C-lust to use and abuse other women.

Through hard work and frugality, the immigrant Bronfman family rose to the top of North American society.

Sara and Clare Bronfman’s father, Edgar Bronfman, Sr., became a trusted adviser to public officials like the Saintly Hillary Clinton.

And in the space of a few short years, the scheming Hollywood tart Allison Mack brought infamy down upon the good Bronfman name.

A name that took decades to establish.

Through the self-help group NXIVM, the Bronfman family was merely extending its long legacy of helping people.

With the help of Keith Raniere, the Bronfman sisters sought to use their wealth to create a more noble civilization.

Then Allison Mack ruined everything.

An emotionally insecure actress, Allison Mack needed to dominate and abuse other women to establish her self-worth.

Other women were mere pawns in Allison Mack’s twisted game to control others.

And Allison Mack used her fame and Bronfman’s money to attain her Satanic goals.

Allison Mack led the charge as Keith Raniere, and Clare Bronfman were unfortunately led by her to look on.

You two ladies, Clare and Sara, are the actual victims of Allison Mack’s sadistic schemes and machinations.

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You trusted this California Jezebel, and she betrayed you by plunging a stiletto into your back.

Vain pompous delusional, she took down a legacy of the noble Bronfmans.

The trustworthy Nicki Clyne, another victim of Allison Mack’s perfidiousness, has always been the Bronfman family’s faithful friend, defending your interests despite all the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune.

The Bronfman family must defend its honor and set forth the terrible truth about the sadomasochistic Allison Mack.

Nicki Clyne tried so hard to protect the good name and noble deeds of Clare Bronfman, but it was for naught, for no one could outdo the evil that is Allison Mack.

Make Allison Mack pay for your unjust sufferings.

Spread the truth about NXIVM and DOS

 

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  • One thing that I agree with in this writing is that the legacy of the Bronfman family name is forever tarnished and shamed.

  • A new scam for Allison Mack.

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  • Allison may have committed crimes, but how responsible is a brainwashed person for their actions? Surely, most would agree that it’s not 100%! Is she 50% responsible? 70%? 40%? If she did sully the Bronfman name, how responsible is she? Is your head people!

    She made her own decisions, but she was under the spell of a monster (Keith)

  • I wept when I read this those poor Bronfmans. And to think Clare got 81 months and Sara was forced to leave the country and Mack got off scot free.

  • Lol! The Bronfmans’ good name? They were criminals pushing booze into the US during prohibition. They started as criminals and will die as criminals

    • Nonsense
      April 14, 2022 at 4:36 pm
      Lol! The Bronfmans’ good name? They were criminals pushing booze into the US during prohibition. They started as criminals and will die as criminals

      Nobody’s perfect.
      Shadow State
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    · 14. Apr. 2022·Twitter Web App

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    @prisoninvestor1
    A bit of history. In March 2020, the CDC issued a public health order allowing for the rapid expulsion of unauthorized border crossers and asylum seekers citing COVID-19 concerns. The provision was called Title 42. Under Title 42 most migrants are returned to Mexico within hours.
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    The opportunity to house illegals has never been greater. There hundreds of thousands of illegals expected to cross the border per month. The chart below is dated. There are even more illegals now. When Title 42 is lifted the pent up demand will be astronomical.
    Dallas Liam
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    The economics here will be huge. Capacity to house illegals at the border is around 40,000-45,000 beds. With 100,000 plus immigrants crossing the border per month this will be an extreme catastrophe. There will not be enough beds to house everyone. This is opportunity.
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    I control 15% of the 40,000-45,000 beds at the border. We will be running at full capacity. 75% of the costs of running an ICE facility is fixed. At 100% capacity 75% of my revenues will drop right into the bottom line.
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    Economics of an ICE Facility:
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    Dallas Liam
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    My facilities are forecasted to generate millions per day in straight profit from when Title 42 is lifted. But this isn’t all. I have bought hundreds of trucks and buses and entered into Federal contracts to transport prisoners to other facilities across the country.
    Dallas Liam
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    I can buy a used bus for $15,000 per pop. I’ve bought 100 buses for $1.5mm. I then entered into a contract with the Federal government to transport illegals across the country at $5/person per 100 miles.

    • It’s unsurprising that an unbridled, greedy, capitalistic economy eventually turns everything into a money making scheme. Sex, entertainment, mass media, “life coaching”, pieces of paper signifying corporate ownership, even money itself which was just a means of exchange, etc. why wouldn’t prisons — which have been around for millennia — and are described as a “debt paid to society” be any different?

  • Frank Parlato and Barry Meier of the New York Times are to blame.
    The bearer of bad news is always to blame, not the one who has caused the bad news.

  • Re Shadow’s Allison Mack Sullies:

    This Op/Ed is one of the greatest pieces of journalistic writing, I’ve ever read. It’s a shoo-in for a Pulitzer News award.

    All of the bounty and glory to Herr Shadow!
    He’s a taxidermist by trade and a Nazi adherent – he’s also one heck of journalist.

    • Nice Guy
      April 14, 2022 at 7:55 am
      Re Shadow’s Allison Mack Sullies:

      This Op/Ed is one of the greatest pieces of journalistic writing, I’ve ever read. It’s a shoo-in for a Pulitzer News award.

      All of the bounty and glory to Herr Shadow!
      He’s a taxidermist by trade and a Nazi adherent – he’s also one heck of journalist.

      I’ll place my Pulitzer Prize right next to my Nobel Peace Prize. Shadow State

  • I don’t know if your cartoon like essay is serious but I’d like you to see you develop your thinking without the extraneous drawings. Be specific, how is AM to blame, what actions did she take, how did she usurp KR?

      • It’s way past fixation or obsession; A new word needs to be created to describe Shadow’s hate-lust.
        We need to consult the *nomenclaturist
        Frank Parlato.

        Frank will create a new word for the English lexicon.

        *The word nomenclaturist can be found in Webster’s dictionary.

      • I thought that Shadow State had cured himself of his sexual-hate obsession with Allison Mack, but it seems that he has relapsed again, Shadow State one more victim of Keith Raenier, someone call Neil Glazer

    • Be specific, how is AM to blame, what actions did she take, how did she usurp KR?

      She forgot how to say the word “No”.

Frank Parlato

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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.” In addition, he was credited in the Starz docuseries 'Seduced' for saving 'slave' women from being branded and escaping the sex-slave cult known as DOS.

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 premieres on May 22, 2022.

IMDb — Frank Parlato

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Parlato,_Jr.

Contact Frank with tips or for help.
Phone / Text: (305) 783-7083
Email: frankparlato@gmail.com

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