US Equestrian Federation Banned Clare Bronfman for Life

Clare Bronfman, 43, is in federal prison, serving an 81-month sentence. Her release date is June 29, 2026. She was the subject of a TNT documentary, the Heiress and the Sex Cult, that aired Sunday. It was not flattering.

She is the first Bronfman I know of in her famous family to go to prison. Although her grandfather, Samuel, might have died in prison if murdering rivals is a crime. Grandpa Bronfman did not take kindly to laws prohibiting alcohol. I understand it. His name was Bronfman which means in Russian – liquor dealer. The Yiddish is bronfn.

And you don’t let the government outlaw your business and your name. So he had to arrange to kill a few gangsters who got in the way. And he cleared the way to make billions.

Sam Bronfman.

The US Courts convicted Clare of financial crimes concerning insignificant amounts of money. Her crimes were harboring an illegal alien for financial gain and paying a dead person’s credit card.

She oversaw Keith Raniere’s use of Pam Cafritz’s American Express card. Raniere’s baby mama Mariana used the card for shopping sprees. Keith paid the chiropractor. Clare paid for it. That’s a crime – to use a dead person’s credit card. Even if you pay it.

Compared to her net worth, her financial crimes were nothing. Her convictions were only financial crimes. The money amounted to less than half a million. Never was a wealthier person convicted for so little money for financial crimes. But this is Executive Success at work.

Today, I estimate Clare’s net worth is more than $300 million, despite her heavy losses in NXIVM.

She lost more than $100 million in NXIVM. She spent another $20 million on her legal defense and other codefendants. She paid more than 20 lawyers. But she bought an island in Fiji and still has properties in Los Angeles, which she failed to list with the court.

In 2018, after her arrest, she disclosed to the court a net worth of about $200 million – without Fiji or LA. She owns 80 percent of Wakaya Island, which I venture is worth about $100 million.

Investment counselors handle much of her money, much of it in trust. Her semi-liquid assets have taken an upturn in value. In one year alone, sources tell me she made $35 million from passive investments. She regularly made $15-$20 million per year even after her arrest, and while in prison.

Imagine she’s sitting in a prison cell, making $2-3 million per month, and all she can spend is $388/month on commissary. Imagine a woman who makes millions a year in passive investments cheating Sylvie Lloyd out of $90,000. Or short-changing illegal nannies out of $5 per hour – which were her crimes.

It is Executive Success. Nothing more. It is Rational Inquiry.

Clare can also boast another indignity on her wall of shame. She will not compete in the Olympics. Sure, she is 43 with 50 months to go in prison. She will be 47 when she gets out – unless she wins her sentencing appeal. She is likely too old to compete anyway.

But she was once an elite equestrian. Then she found something better than riding horses. She chose to ride people at the behest of her personal rider, Mr. Keith Raniere.

The US Equestrian Federation banned Clare. She cannot participate in activities and competitions it licenses, endorses, or sponsors.

Clare joins the list of 27 others who have lifetime bans. Thanks to one of our readers, this website came to my attention: 

The U.S. Center for SafeSport maintains a Centralized Disciplinary Database as a resource designed to keep the public informed when individuals connected with the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Movements, including US Equestrian, are either subject to certain temporary restrictions pending investigation by the Center or are subject to certain sanctions after an investigation found them in violation of the SafeSport Code. To access the Centralized Disciplinary Database, go here



A little background on her and her riding, courtesy of
Clare Bronfman is the youngest daughter of former Seagram chairman, Edgar Bronfman Sr.  Bronfman Sr, a Jewish Canadian billionaire met her mother, Rita Webb in Spain. Rita was the daughter of an English pub owner from Essex, England.
She married Edgar in 1975. Webb gave birth to Sara the following year and Clare two and a half years later. Shortly after Clare’s birth, Webb asked Edgar for a divorce. They remarried in 1983 but again divorced. After their second divorce, Clare and her sister Sara would visit their father at his estates. But their mother managed their upbringing and they lived in England and Kenya.


Bronfman started her equestrian career at the age of 17 and began to qualify and compete at the elite level at age 20.

In December 1999, Bronfman competed in the Millstreet Indoor International Horse Show, riding her horse Enchante against 56 other entrants. She did not win the £20,000 purse. Still, She competed closely with accomplished equestrians such as Katie Monaghan-Prudent, Tim Stockdale, Billy Twomey, and the winner, Robert Splaine.

Robert SplaineIn May 2001, Bronfman won her first international competition aboard Charlton (Cavalier). She won the Grand Prix at CSI-A Eindhoven, claiming the £10,000 winner’s purse after a narrow victory over Dermott Lennon, who finished with the fastest time but faulted on a jump.

Bronfman participated in the World Final of the Samsung Nations Cup Series (Jumping) in Madrid, Spain, on September 23, 2001, again aboard Charlton. As part of a team including Alice Debany Clero and Richard Spooner, she made a magnificent showing, scoring 5 faults in round one and none in round two. Thanks to Bronfman’s performance, the team placed seventh in the competition.

On May 26, 2002, a year and a day after winning the Grand Prix at CSI-A Eindhoven (NED), Bronfman won the Grand Prix in Rome (ITA), riding Charlton again.

Clare Bronfman (USA) aboard Charlton; 2002, Concours Hippique International Officiel, World Equestrian Festival Aachen Equestrian sport, women’s singles.

Bronfman missed the original cut for the team. But she was brought in as a last-minute replacement because of an injury sustained by a competing horse. Her teammate Laura Kraut finished second. The two American women put on an impressive performance.

Their team placed 6th in the competition due to their superb riding. Bronfman performed the best out of the five riders representing the U.S. at the CSI-A competition in Bremen, Germany, from October 3 to 6, 2002.

Aboard Lord William (Lord Caletto – Rocky, by Rousseau), a Westphalian gelding, she placed second in the Der Joker competition and second again in another class aboard Enchante, a Selle Francais gelding. From October 17 to 19 aboard Lord William, she won the speed and handiness competition two weeks later. Bronfman placed 13th in the main competition aboard Enchante, making her the highest-placing American after Kaye Levy, who placed 32nd overall.

At the height of her equestrian career, Bronfman was ranked 12th in the U.S. and 80th in the world.


She initially said she owed her success to her equestrian mentors and trainers. She enlisted the help of three world-class equestrians – Peter Leone, a silver medalist in the 1996 Olympics; Lauren Hough, a member of the 2000 Olympic team; and Henk Noreen, a renowned Olympic coach based in Belgium.

Then she got even more equestrian training from a man who had never ridden a horse as far as anyone knows.

She realized that this one man knew more than all the others put together. He was a man who never jumped a fence or directed a refractory horse to calm. Keith Raniere provided her with the necessary guidance and support so essential for athletes competing at elite levels.

However, despite his superb mentoring, Clare quickly fell in the rankings. Her mentor soon persuaded her that the money she spent on the expensive sport could be much more equitably spent on something that would make the world a more noble place. Noble like he was.

She started spending money on lawsuits.

As one of our readers observed, “Clare is sanctioned (“permanent illegibility”) by US equestrian to ever have a position in that sport (and possibly any sport). She can go horse jumping again, her original passion when she gets out, but she will not be able to rehabilitate herself by pursuing a formal position in any sports organization.”

Her mentor took her from a stagnant place – ranking #12 in elite show jumping to number one heiress in prison in the USA.

It would be unfair not to mention that we, the people of the United States of America, pursuant to forfeiture of assets in the matter of USA v. Raniere, now own the complete technology of NXIVM, Rational Inquiry, and Executive Success Programs.

We may follow in her footsteps, perhaps to have documentaries made about us one day, if we could only find a similar mentor. For which we will proudly say, “Viva Executive Success!”




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  • Anonymous
    May 25, 2022 at 1:30 pm

    Bonnie Piesse Escaped The Cult NXIVM. Now, She’s Back In The Star Wars Universe.
    After leaving the notorious self-help organization in 2017, the actress is returning to Tatooine.

    Through my connections in Hollywood I have obtained a preview of the new Star Wars movie.

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    • Sure Maury. There’s plenty of 5 foot courses of jumps.. you go climb up on a 1200lb animal and see how easy it is. We’re all waiting…

  • EXCLUSIVE: Multiple Attorneys General Considering Criminal Charges Against Bill Gates and Anthony Fauci for Illegal Gain of Function Research

    Dr. Richard Fleming of joins The Alex Jones Show in-studio to break down the case currently being examined by multiple state attorneys general to indict Fauci, Gates, and those involved in engineering a pandemic.

    • — multiple state attorneys general to indict Fauci, Gates, and those involved in engineering a pandemic —

      Any chance these are the same state attorneys general that say T-Rump won the election?

    • Infowars? Hahaha! You really get your information from the least trustworthy sources on the internet. Total garbage!
      I don’t think Alex Jones will proclaim the recent Texas school shooting is a false flag operation staged by anti-gun activists as he did with the Sandy Hook shooting. That scumbag tried to file for bankruptcy for his company in order to shield himself from paying damages to the parents of the victims of the Sandy Hook shooting, who sued Jones in a civil lawsuit. The judge denied his request for bankruptcy. Alex Jones is going down, and rightfully so.

  • The Murder of Candy Heiress Helen Brach

    Another Tale of the Chicago Horse Mafia

    Unwrapping the Disappearance of Helen Brach
    January 31, 2020

    The name “Brach” conjures up thoughts of candy corn, caramels, chocolate nougats, and various other delicious bagged confections. However, in the annals of crime, the name conjures up Helen Brach, the wealthiest woman in the United States ever to disappear and presumed to be murdered.

    (She was murdered and I can tell you what the FBI believes about how her body was disposed of.)

    Started in 1904, the E. J. Brach & Sons candy company at one time sold two-thirds of the bagged candy in the United States and operated the largest candy manufacturing plant in the world. In 1966, the founder’s son, Frank Brach, sold the company to American Home Products Corp. for $136 million (about $1.1 billion today).

    Frank took his fortune and retired with his third wife, Helen Vorhees Brach, a red-haired Appalachian hat-check girl he’d met at a Miami Beach country club. When Frank died in 1970, Helen’s share of the Brach fortune totaled nearly 160 million in today’s dollars. The millionaire widow spent her time socializing with female friends, riding in her pink and lavender Cadillacs and Rolls-Royces (the Brach’s brand colors), and giving generously to the welfare of animals.

    In 1973, ubiquitous con man and gigolo, Richard Bailey, was introduced to Helen at a dinner party. The almost 20-year younger Bailey showered her with flowers, gentlemanly attention, and dancing. Helen enjoyed Bailey’s company and they became a regular pair in social circles. Still, Bailey couldn’t resist swindling the Candy Lady, as he and his crooked buddies liked to call her. Bailey bought three rundown racehorses from his brother in 1975 for $18,000 and sold them to Helen for $98,000 (nearly $500,000 today). When Bailey tried to sell Helen more horses a year later, she grew suspicious and reportedly hired an independent appraiser who confirmed that her horses were essentially worthless. Helen detested being cheated, especially by someone she dated. A friend suggested that she should go to the local district attorney. She’d take care of it when she returned from a checkup at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, she told the friend.

    After nearly a week of tests, a healthy Helen checked out of the Mayo Clinic. On her way out, she stopped at the clinic’s Buckskin Shop to buy cosmetics. The cashier, Phyliss Redalen, recalled Helen saying: “Please hurry and finish wrapping. My houseman is waiting.” Once Helen stepped outside that Thursday, February 17, she was never heard from again.

    The houseman was John “Jack” Matlick hired by Frank Brach in 1959 as a chauffeur and the handyman of his estate in Glenview, Illinois, just north of Chicago. Whether the Brachs knew that Matlick had been in prison for various offenses including aggravated robbery and that he regularly beat his wife is doubtful. After Frank’s death, Helen expanded Matlick’s duties to include running her Glenview estate.

    Strangely, Matlick didn’t report Helen’s disappearance for two weeks. He told police he’d picked her up from Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport on the 17th, and drove her home where she stayed all weekend. He said on the following Monday, he dropped Helen at O’Hare around six in the morning to travel to her recently-purchased condo in Ft. Lauderdale. After that, he never heard from her again, he said.

    Helen’s paramour, Richard Bailey, told police he’d been staying at The Colony Hotel in Palm Beach with a young woman. He said Matlick explained over the phone that Helen would arrive in Florida on Monday, the 21st, so he prepared to see her. When she didn’t arrive in Ft. Lauderdale on Monday, he called her house again, he claimed, but Matlick answered each time and told Bailey she wasn’t in. Bailey told police he gave up inquiring about Helen because he thought she’d dropped him for another beau.

    Unbelievably, that’s where the investigation ended. The clues dried up and no one pushed authorities to dig deeper. Helen’s closest living relative was a brother living a simple life in Ohio with absolutely no curiosity. A court declared Helen dead in 1984 and her friends, relatives, and charities moved on much wealthier than before. To this day, no one has been able to explain what happened to Helen Brach with any reliability. Though several theories have floated about, there are three that stand out to me above the rest:

    The Butler Did It
    Jack Matlick said he picked up Helen at O’Hare; however, the Mayo Clinic clerk recalled Helen saying her houseman was waiting on her, presumably outside the clinic in Minnesota. No one saw Helen at the airport or on a plane. Matlick also said Helen stayed at her Glenview home for three days and four nights upon her return. Yet, Helen’s friends didn’t hear from her, calls to her home were answered only by Matlick who told callers that Helen wasn’t in, and painters working inside the home that weekend didn’t see her. Matlick said he took Helen to O’Hare at 6:00 a.m. to travel to Florida, but Helen hated mornings and the first flight for Ft. Lauderdale didn’t leave until 9:00 a.m. Again, no one spotted Helen at the airport or on a plane. No friends in Chicago or Florida, particularly those who typically picked her up at the airport, had heard anything about her traveling to Florida. Moreover, no airline ticket was purchased in Helen’s name to fly to Florida or anywhere else. Helen’s gardener chillingly explained to detectives that he’d seen Matlick with two strangers standing in Helen’s house that weekend. One was a young woman wearing a baggy dress and a wig similar to Helen’s. Police also found in Matlick’s possession a receipt dated February 21 (the Monday he said he’d taken Helen to the airport) for a toll exit near a farm owned by Helen in distant Ohio. Later, Matlick was accused of forging more than $13,000 in checks on Helen’s account that February and stealing currency worth $75,000 from her home (all totaling $375,000 today). Matlick signed an agreement with Helen’s estate to forgo a $50,000 bequest in her last will and testament in exchange for no charges being brought over the forgeries and stolen currency. Astonishingly, authorities lost interest in Matlick as a suspect and he was never arrested. He died in 2011.

    The Boyfriend Did It

    After Helen’s disappearance, Richard Bailey continued selling worthless horses and separating wealthy women from their money. In 1989, however, federal prosecutors in Chicago reopened the Brach case. Although they never learned exactly what happened to Helen, they indicted Bailey on 29-charges of racketeering, mail and wire fraud, and money laundering under the federal RICO statute, typically used in organized crime and drug trafficking cases. Bailey also was charged with conspiring to murder Helen Brach. Authorities believed Bailey hired someone to kill Helen to avoid arrest for fraudulently selling worthless horses to her and others. Bailey knew, so the prosecution’s theory went, that Helen had learned she’d been swindled and with Helen’s wealth and connections, the Chicago justice system would likely throw him under the jail. He waived a jury trial and pleaded guilty to racketeering and fraud, but maintained his innocence regarding Helen’s disappearance. In a federal sentencing hearing, a judge can take into account all “relevant conduct,” even if it falls outside the guilty plea. In doing so, the judge listened as notorious con man Joe Plemmons told the judge that Bailey had offered him $5,000 to kill Helen just weeks before she disappeared. Feeling that Bailey was not repentant for his life as a swindler, the judge sentenced Bailey to thirty years in federal prison (this was a sentencing hearing to a guilty plea only—Bailey was not found guilty of Helen’s murder beyond a reasonable doubt).

    Bailey was released from a Florida prison in July 2019 at the age of eighty-nine, still proclaiming that he had nothing to do with Helen Brach’s disappearance.

    Everybody Did It

    Joe Plemmons called detectives in 2004 to tell them yet another story about Helen’s death. This time, he implicated eleven people, including Matlick, but not Bailey, whom he had testified against ten years earlier. He said Helen had been murdered at the direction of Silas Jayne, a notorious bad man in Chicago’s horse world, while Jayne was in prison for conspiring to murder his brother, George. Jayne didn’t want Helen Brach going to the district attorney since his farm had sold worthless horses to Bailey for years as part of a scheme to swindle wealthy buyers. According to Plemmons, Jayne’s cronies beat Helen unconscious in her Glenview home, then Plemmons shot her twice, and they cremated her body in a furnace. Most rejected Plemmons’ story and no arrests resulted. Plemmons died in 2016.

    * * *

    So that leaves Helen Brach’s disappearance in 1977 as convoluted as that of Jimmy Hoffa’s abrupt departure two years earlier. It should be beyond dispute that Jack Matlick knew what happened to Helen Brach, but he died without telling. Perhaps he killed Helen in Minnesota or shortly after her return to Glenview and then transported her body to Ohio where he buried it on the Brach farm. The motive may have been simple robbery to repay his mounting gambling debts. Yet, based on the gardener’s remarks, Matlick may not have acted alone. Was Jayne’s horse mafia or con man Bailey working with Matlick? Possibly, but it’s not crystal clear to me that Bailey was involved. I also find it difficult to believe Plemmons’ 2004 story that Jayne and ten others conspired to kill Helen. Though it’s a flashy horse mafia story, Jayne would’ve had to kill half of Chicago to keep that story quiet.

    In the end, Helen made the mistake of keeping a violent ex-convict as her houseman and of dating a lifelong conman who cheated women without shame. The hat-check girl could never have imagined that when she accepted Frank Brach’s proposal, her millions would make her a target for murder. It was the unfair price she ultimately paid for becoming the Candy Lady.

    As for me I believe that everyone was involved.
    The head of Chicago’s Horse Mafia was Silas Jayne, a psychopath who died of leukemia in 1987.
    After Jayne’s death the floodgates opened up and numerous witnesses came out.

    The houseman Jack Matlick would frequently play cards with other members of the Horse Mafia.
    As for Richard Bailey I believe that he had prior knowledge of what would happen to Brach and kleft for Florida so that he would not be around.

    In court hearings Richard Bailey bragged to the judge Milton Shadur that his personal hero was Joseph Yellow Kid Weill, a Jewish con artist famous in Chicago history.
    Judge Shadur was Jewish and did not take well to Richard Bailey, a con artist and suspected murderer who idolized an infamous Jewish con artist.

    The Feds believe that Helen Brach returned to her home from Mayo Clinic where she was shot and killed in the foyer.
    Her body was rolled up in a carpet and driven to the Inland Steel mill in East Chicago, Indiana to be incinerated.
    No one will ever find her body.
    By way of coincidence my maternal grandfather, during World War 2, had worked in that steel mill.

    Cold case solved after 37 years: Missing candy heiress was kidnapped, beaten, shot and disposed of in a steel furnace on orders from a notorious Chicagoland horse dealer
    Helen’s husband, the scion of Chicago’s Brach Candy Co. died leaving her a multi-mllion fortune
    In 1977 the widow. who had taken up with well-known lothario Richard Bailey, vanished without a trace
    Helen got involved in the horse trade and came across a scheme run by mobsters
    Highly-prized horses were insured and then killed for cash
    Bailey was convicted of racketeering but the judge added decades to his sentence believing he was implicated in Helen’s disappearance
    An eyewitness has come forward claiming the Mafia murdered Brach and tossed her body

  • The Horse World has always been an ugly place.
    Chicago even had its own Horse Mafia.

    Arson was a frequent occurrence at horse stables.
    And the dead horses were always insured.
    The Horse World even had a professional killer who knew how to kill horses for the insurance money without leaving any tell tale marks.
    This professional horse killer was nicknamed “The Sandman”.
    His real name is Tommy Burns.

    Where is Tommy Burns Now?

    The rather exclusive world of equestrian sports has always been populated by the wealthy. On Netflix’s ‘Bad Sport: Horse Hitman,’ a drifter who worked most of his life around horses revealed a disturbing story of owners who wanted their horses killed for financial gain. Tommy Burns, also known as “the Sandman,” was known in the equestrian world as the man who put horses down. His arrest led to a bombshell of information, ending with influential people being convicted. So, if you’re curious about what happened to him, we’ve got you covered.

    Who is Tommy Burns?
    Tommy was born in Manchester, Connecticut. His parents divorced when he was young, and Tommy remembered leaving home when he was about fifteen. He then took up a job as a horse groomer, marking his entry into that world. Fast forward to February 1991, Tommy and his associate, Harlow Arlie, were caught breaking the leg of a show horse and then having a veterinarian put him down. The arrest led Tommy to cooperate with the authorities.

    At the time, the authorities were investigating the sudden disappearance in 1977 of an heiress from Chicago, Illinois, that eventually branched out to fraud within the equestrian industry. Based on a tip regarding Tommy and Harlow’s activity in Alachua County, Florida, the police moved in on them. Tommy was caught red-handed and faced prison time. Moreover, the wealthy people he considered his friends didn’t take his calls or help him out, leading him to talk.

    In 1982, Tommy worked for a Florida attorney named James Druck. His profession involved representing insurance companies, and at the time, he owned a show horse. When James needed money, he tried selling the horse but didn’t get an offer he believed was fair. Then, James decided to have the horse killed and claim the insurance money. It was James who taught Tommy how to kill horses by electrocuting them. The death wouldn’t appear suspicious to veterinarians since it would seem like the horse died of colic. This method of electrocution is what Tommy continued to follow until his arrest.

    Over the years, Tommy claimed that he killed around 13-15 horses and was paid anywhere between $5000 and $40,000. The owners would then collect the insurance money. The reasons for having the show horses killed could be because of their performance, age, or health. Tommy once remembered a woman approaching him, “She said, ‘Do you think you could kill my horse for $10,000?’ So I did. She bought another horse with the insurance money and came up to me two months later and asked me to kill her new horse. She didn’t like it.”

    Where is Tommy Burns Now?

    Tommy testified in court, implicating many others for hiring him to kill their horses. His cooperation proved instrumental in indicting more than 30 people on various charges. In the end, Tommy was sentenced to one year and one day in prison in relation to the horse’s death in February 1991. But he stated that he wasn’t alone, adding, “I feel terrible about what I did. But I did not advertise. I did not do any sales calls. People found me and came to me. Very important people. Very wealthy people.”

    Tommy added, “They came to me because they somehow knew that I might be willing to do something they wanted done. They wanted these horses dead.” He served about six months before being released from prison. He seems to still live in Florida, and it was reported that he owns an auto parts store and a horse farm over there.

    • Interesting and informative story. I find the horse-owners more repulsive then Tommy.
      Keep this kind of info coming Shadow. Much, much better then your political rants.

  • Woooweee, that was a snoozer. Who cares? She competed 20 years ago, she is too old to compete. Blah blah blah….

    This article content was so weak you had to fill it with dupe pictures? From 2002? Hahahahahaha

    • She’s 43. She could totally compete for another 15 years. Many have. She’s not a gymnast or an ice skater.. FFS.
      But she blew it. Oh well.

  • Greetings, everybody.

    My name is Todd!

    I’ve been invited to join this site by my Lord and Savior because apparently there’s a lack of enlightened people about the will of our founding fathers here.

    I would like to give a shout out to a fellow IEB and TABW movement follower like myself, Jim Byrd, whom I’ve heard has already been at work to demonstrate the joy and freedom that comes with absolute hatred of inferior sub-species of the human race!

    I would also like to give shout out to the Ol’ Colonel himself who’s family has been fighting for this country since the confederacy.

    A shout out is also due to the right hand man of my Lord and Savior and the most loyal , PG Fan who’s been my Lord’s pit bull and who’s been fighting by his side through thick and thin since he was a child who was forsaken by his libtard family because of his so called “obsession” and “worship” of him and keeping his room filled with his pictures, books, and teachings as well as his patriotic protest chants filling their halls without cease. But my Lord in his infinite mercy gave him a family and a home when he had none and raised him to be his own! It was a Cinderella story for him and now he’s at the ripe age of 34 and still going strong! We appreciate you brother!

    And most importantly I’d love to thank my Lord and Savior himself for his immeasurable love of this country and continue to move the numerous Jewish mountains of evil in this country despite all the persecution, mockery, censorship, and hatred he gets from the Operation Mocking Bird brainwashed zombies! He never gives up or becomes weary despite from what I’ve heard about the owner of this site bullying him and stealing his free speech while he hypocritically claims to greatly support it! But such is the way of evil isn’t it my Lord?

    Anyways I’m here and more patriots are coming! We are all coming to work together to aid in shedding light into the darkness (And yes the double entendre is 100% intended) of this website and bring true patriotism back!

    It is an honor and privilege to fight by your sides in saving this country from fake patriotic human devils like the owner of this website, whom everybody rightfully calls Ginzo, truly is!

    I’m here now and I have your back guys! 👊🏻

    #If We Believe!

    #There’s A Better Way!

  • 15 children killed in Texas.
    15 kids.

    Eduardo Aunsuol immediately jumps on social media while the murdered little, brutalizef bodies are still warm.

    Is it it to offer consolation to the parents and l9ved ones of the murdered little humans?


    Aunsuolo declares that he “doesn’t believe it happened”

    That’s so ethical. So principled. So kind.

    Why does Aunsuolo believe he needs to weigh in immediately? Why so cruelly?


    That’s Keith’s boy, all right.

    Remember Eduardo who wants everyone to believe the nebulous and undocumented conspiracy against Keith by the FBI.

    Where’s the footage Eduardo? Of Keith being set-up?

    And also… Fuck off of you evil, lack of humanity masquerading as a person.

    Now go watch your found phone camera footage of children being murdered you monster.

    • It’s not the first time he has ask for video footage of a shooting, he also asked for video footage of the Buffalo shooting.
      People have saved screenhots of him asking
      Why does he need to see the footage in the first place? What is his interest in see all these mass shooting?
      Eduardo Asúnsolo is one sick dude

      • Yes Eduardo is a super disturbing individual. When you add his obsession with seeing children shot in a mass murder to his status as a dedicated follower of a pedophile and child pornographer it paints a picture that law enforcement should keep a very close eye on.

  • Boohoo poor Clare!

    The $10,000 prize, Clare won, would be impressive if she didn’t spend over $700,000 on her show horse.

    Show horses can go up to $15,000,000. No doubt Clare’s wasn’t cheap.

  • Years in prison will give her time to reflect. The TNT show was an eye opener. Her retaliation against anyone who left is a gross abuse of power that destroyed snd terrorized people.

    I thought her sentence was harsh, but since she used her money to target the innocent – those who suspected wrongdoing, reveals she has no conscience.

    All the money in the world and she denied employees what was contractually agreed upon- and trapped them with little recourse.

    Sick mind.

  • Where is the Suneel/collateral story?

    Suneel Chakravorty has the sexual blackmail material of women and young girls. Suneel endeavors to hide the provenance of the DOS slave’s graphic photos.

    Suneel filed with the court to redact the who/what/where/ why of possessing and distributing revenge porn still being used to blackmail and terrorize women.

    Suneel is a filthy, unprincipled, hypocritical loser and should be held accountable door his conduct and criminal actions.

    Suneel is a proven liar. He used a false identity and burner phones to communicate with his incarcerated cult leader who languishes in sex offender prison.

    This is not a man who should have such sensitive materials.

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