So while on the subject of Ghislaine Maxwell videos, I planned today to take you through a Huffington Post interview with Ghislaine Maxwell and a former Australian PM’s daughter.
But it’s gone!
Katherine Keating, daughter of ex-Prime Minister Paul Keating, conducted an interview with Ghislaine in 2014 about Maxwell’s “charity.”
Ms Keating is now best known as the brunette who waved goodbye to Prince Andrew as she left Epstein’s lair. There’s no evidence to indicate she knew anything about the child sex conspiracy.
The video started with Ghislaine asking if her hair was ok. I suppose it was. The bit that is messed up is Maxwell’s brain.
Epstein’s pimp somehow also spoke at the United Nations nine times and did an actual TED Talk in 2014.
This was no doubt her attempt to brand herself as a conservationist, when she was actually a child sex abuser. Around 2013, she started a not-for-profit called Terra-Mar.
It was something to do with the ocean, an emailed passport & some social media channels. She shut the charity two weeks before Jeffrey Epstein was arrested in July.
Who was behind this Keating video being removed from the internet? Was it a mortified Huffington Post? Katherine’s lawyers, Kennedys? Or someone connected to Ghislaine? My money is on the lawyers.
Who the hell knows? All sorts of things are being taken down off the internet which relate to the Epstein case. So stay alert.
All I know is this video interview existed. I’ve seen it and so have many others.
We are on to this and see the Epstein internet manipulation for what it is, an attempt to re-write history.
It is about the victims, that’s why were here with this.
Do you think Epstein killed himself? Was Epstein murdered? What about Epstein’s Clinton painting? Why was Epstein taken off suicide watch? Can Prince Andrew sweat? Did Prince Andrew step down?
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