While we were away at the Sedona conference, CNBC ran the story (1) of the Spire Law Group’s $43 trillion national home owners’ law suit alleging money laundering and racketeering. The next day the two daughters of CNBC executive Kevin Krim were killed, ostensibly by their nanny. Immediately following their murder, CNBC dropped the article.
It’s probable that everyone has read the story and we don’t need to repost it here. (2) It was reprinted all over the net once Alex Jones’ planet.infowars.com published it. (3)
But the murder of Krim’s two daughters, if it was carried out by the Illuminati, does remind us of the price that some people have paid for standing up for the truth. We tend to dismiss the mainstream media for capitulating to the cabal but we also tend to forget the price that some courageous journalists have paid for printing the real news.
It’s simply our purpose here to acknowledge the price that the Krim family has paid for being brave enough to print the news of the financial manipulations perpetrated on the people. It would be easy to look down on CNBC for retracting the story afterwards, but the fact of the matter is that people’s lives continue to be in danger for striking out against the cabal.
I personally believe that we here and other lightworkers are protected and hence the burden on us to report the manipulations of the cabal may be higher than it is on the mainstream media. (4) Many may not agree with me on that. It’s just my personal opinion.
Many people ask us why we report on these matters and don’t simply focus on Ascension. The answer is to free the hands of people like Kevin Krim who, if they report on it themselves, run the risk of seeing their families harmed.
The truth must and will come out. But many of those who’ve reported it from inside the mainstream media, like Tim Russert of Meet the Press or Eugene Mallove of Infinite Energy magazine, have paid for it with their lives.
(1) See http://whatreallyhappened.com/IMAGES/CNBCvanishedarticleSpire.jpg . A more readable copy appears on MarketWatch: http://tinyurl.com/ckrfx83
(2) Those who haven’t can read it here: “Police: Nanny stabbed herself upon mother’s arrival,” CNN, at http://www.cnn.com/2012/10/26/us/new-york-nanny-deaths/index.html
(3) The URL of Alex Jones’s article is: planet.infowars.com/business/cnbc-execs-children-murdered-after-reporting-on-43-trillion-lawsuit-a gainst-us-banks. Interestingly, in perhaps a futile attempt to restrict access to the article, my server will not allow me access to it. However reprints of it are to be found all around the Internet. Try Lucas’s blog for instance: http://tinyurl.com/bjq2mgd
(4) It’s also our responsibility to sift out non-credible reports from credible reports so we don’t post all the “news.”