The Horrors of child-trafficking in Quebec in the 20th Century

by Br. Alexis Bugnolo

There is currently a campaign in Canada to direct the attention of the public to certain Masonic programs in the past century. The idea is to distract from the current Masonic plan of exterminating the entire population and enslaving them.

It is a clever trick, but the truth is that the same people behind it then are behind it now. The MSM however want you to hate Catholic priests and religious everywhere, but trust them and the Masonic Lodge who knows better. What they conceal is that their collaborators in the past century were their allies. They now throw them under the bus today in an attempt to justify the genocide that they are now perpetrating against everyone and weaken the influence of criticism they are getting from Catholics today.

But what is important to learn is not only how bad Catholics have been collaborating with the Freemasons for a long time, but also how the Freemasonic Globalists have been preparing the psychological war of the Scamdemic for a long time.

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3 thoughts on “The Horrors of child-trafficking in Quebec in the 20th Century”

  1. Nursing homes in Ontario have been severely restricting visits for over a year, and they can’t keep staff anymore. Judging from the things I saw during visits – when staff knew they were being watched – I’d be surprised if the place was not infested with witches.

  2. Brother Bugnolo, this is confusing. Did you write the post? The clip of Reagan is from a pro-life documentary he hosted. Can you clarify what you wrote and what’s on the film, please? Who produced it? I could only watch about 3 minutes because it did not have any documentation and is an anti-Catholic Church hit job.

    1. Sorry I forgot my byline. No, while you may perceive the video as a hitjob, the Church in Quebec province is known for long standing internal and grave moral corruption. My introduction tries to walk the narrow path between admitting corruption in the Church and explaining where it comes from.

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