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S.M. ELLIOTT A Mole’s Blog

Alex Constantine - August 27, 2007

There is a blogger on the Net - S.M. ELLIOTT - a gleeful participant in the "Satanic Panic" disinformation campaign, a media virus that covers up intelligence community involvement in cults. This is a game that has gone of for about 20 years to discredit victims of abuse related to CIA mind control activity, many of them children.

Elliott, a debunker, claims that ritual abuse claims are "exagerrated.' S.M. Elliott's is propaganda for the uninformed - opinion formation. For full documentation of satanic crimes, many unreported due to media censorhip, see:


Elliott also claims that aspartame is safe to ingest. This blogger is a cog in the media's grinding on against "conspiracy theorists,"

Judge for youself. Elliott posts here:


- AC

PS: Question - how many CIA blogs are out there disinforming us and molding opinions with flagrant lies? Who wouldn't want to know?

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  1. SME, is not a mole, I can vouch for that Sir.

    You would be farther ahead to debate SME rather than judge so quickly. Take 3 deep breaths, calm down and debate SME. Ask SME intelligent civil questions so we all can learn by your debates.

    I don’t always agree with SME myself but your far better off to have civil debate than fabricating false accusations about SME especially when you have no knowledge of this person.

    Cheer up! no seriously! cheer
    up… SME is no agent, opinionated and a dedicated researcher yes, but not a mole, I guarantee! You both could help each other!

  2. Actually, I’m a Canadian housewife.

    I responded to your comment, Mr. Constantine, but here I’ll just say that I don’t mind being mistaken for a man or a mole, but, dude…please don’t accuse me of watching Fox News. That just hurts.

    My Satanic info is actually at http://satanicpanicnews.blogspot.com/ (my personal blog is mostly bunny photos). If you can tell me where I’m going wrong, please do. If I knew everything, I wouldn’t be curious.

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