Renowned Int’l Banker Says He Was Ordered to Sacrifice Children at Elite Parties

An alarming video has surfaced in which a high-profile insider says in explicit terms that elite figures in finance, industry, and State are involved in sadistic child abuse networks.

What he says is so disturbing, one might well be inclined to dismiss it as “conspiracy theory.”

However, he is no conspiracy theorist.

Ronald Bernard is a distinguished business insider who is well respected within his community.

For years, he has been part of the world of banking and elite finance.


Most people are aware that libertine activities are common in such circles — we know there is prostitution and drug use — and it is boringly obvious that all manner of taboos are broken.

But what Bernard says goes far beyond VIP libertine parties.

He says that at the highest levels, elites are literally performing rituals with children involved. During these rituals, the children’s lives are actually taken.

“I was warned off when I got into this – don’t do this unless you can put your conscience 100% in the freezer. I heard myself laugh at it back then, but it wasn’t a joke at all,” he says.

To quote him at length:

“To put it carefully, most people followed a not very mainstream religion. These people, most of them, were Luciferians. And then you can say, religion is a fairy tale, God doesn’t exist, none of that is real. Well for these people it is truth and reality, and they served something immaterial which they called Lucifer…

And I also was in contact with those circles, only I laughed at it because to me they were just clients. So I went to places called Churches of Satan. So I visited these places and they were doing their Holy Mass with naked women and liquor and stuff. And it just amused me. I didn’t believe in any of this stuff and was far from convinced any of this was real. In my opinion, the darkness and evil is within the people themselves. I didn’t make the connection yet…

So I was a guest in those circles and it amused me greatly to see all those naked women and the other things. It was the good life. But then at some moment, which is why I am telling you this, I was invited to participate in sacrifices abroad.”

Finally, he describes the one activity that he couldn’t continue to accept. The sacrifice of children.

“That was the breaking point. Children.”

It sounds like something out of Eyes Wide Shut. Unfortunately, it is all too real, according to Bernard.

It would not be the first time we’ve heard such stories. The case of Jimmy Savile was another example of an elite figure being involved in a network that abused and, indeed, killed several hundred children for pure sadistic pleasure.

Most of us thought such nightmarish activity couldn’t possibly be true — it wasn’t until Jimmy Savile died that investigators combed through his house and confirmed it was all real.

Do we tend to dismiss these stories because they stretch our minds beyond what we can immediately comprehend?

Is it time for us to acknowledge that these events are shocking relative to our own ordinary moral experience, but that they are perfectly routine among elites who fetishize the torture of children?

If so, what is to be done about this? Will these people be stopped and arrested, or are they too powerful?

Watch the video below and listen for yourself. Skip to the 23:00 minute mark if you want to see the main part.

Bear in mind that this is coming from someone with first hand experience. From a logical perspective, he is either crazy, lying, or telling the truth. He is clearly not crazy. And on careful observation of his body language, he does not appear to be lying. That leaves one option left:

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Filming Cops was started in 2010 as a conglomerative blogging service documenting police abuse. The aim isn’t to demonize the natural concept of security provision as such, but to highlight specific cases of State-monopolized police brutality that are otherwise ignored by traditional media outlets.

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