The timing couldn’t be any more suspicious.
One week ago, celebrity psychologist Dr. Phillip McGraw became one of the first individuals to expose the world of elite pedophilia on mainstream television.
In a segment with a woman going by the name of “Kendall”, he and the rest of the world learned that she was literally born into – and grew up in – the world of elite sexual slavery.
Kendall explained that she was “born” to be a sex slave, as her parents intentionally had her to be ‘pimped’ by the trafficker she calls her “owner.” Since then, she has serviced some of the world’s most powerful and elite.
The information is damning, as the woman admits she was forced to rape children as young as 5-years-old. Additionally, she was forced by her “owner” to kill a baby.
When asked when she was first raped, Kendall said it was “before I could talk – I was used to it by the time I was 2.”
Until recently, the theory that there is an elite pedophilia ring has been chalked up to being nothing more than a conspiracy theory.
The segment which aired on mainstream media exposed the truth, however, which might be why Dutch company RTL pulled the plug on the Dr. Phil show which has aired since 2002.
A translated quote from Dutch Media RTL says the Dr. Phil show was canceled because of “difference choices in programming.”
Because the show has been airing for almost 15 years and because the elite pedophilia ring was exposed last week, the timing is curious.
The Netherlands has come under fire in recent years for pedophile activity at the highest levels in society.
According to English-speaking Dutch media NL Times, political leaders – including a mayor and justice official of the Netherlands – have been summoned to court by alleged victims of child sex-trafficking.
Additionally, a Dutch pedophile society sought to challenge a Supreme Court ban on its organization in 2014, claiming the ban is a violation of their freedom of speech.
The elite pedophilia ring extends worldwide, which is why information concerning the matter needs to be exposed. While there is no evidence proving the Dr. Phil show was canceled by higher-up members of society in the Netherlands, the timing is questionable, nonetheless.