Profile overview for leurenmoret.
Submission statistics

This user made no submissions.

This user has so far shared a total of 0 links, started a total of 0 discussions and submitted a total of 4 comments.

Voting habits

Submissions: This user has upvoted 1 and downvoted 0 submissions.

Comments: This user has upvoted 0 and downvoted 0 comments.

Submission ratings

5 highest rated submissions:

This user made no submissions.

5 lowest rated submissions:

This user made no submissions.

Comment ratings

3 highest rated comments:

The Economist features pizzagate hidden in art submitted by flyingcuttlefish to pedogate

leurenmoret 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago

flyingcuttlefish - You did a great job putting that pizzagate webpage together - it's not every day that pizzagate makes the front cover of The Economist 2017 predictions! And being on the cover of year long predictions means that it will have global staying power through 2017 in the news. Wikileaks has said they are planning to make even bigger revelations in 2017! voat.co has done an excellent job of researching pizzagate, and I have passed it on to others who took one look at the content and quality of the investigations and spent the next 8 hours online at voat.co!!!
When I first looked at the tarot card "STARS", I did not get the significance of the childrens faces on stars. Suddenly I realized it was a COMET shooting across the sky in the middle of the images and mumbled "Comet ping pong pizza" in disbelief. Then I saw the tiny bright lights and remembered George H.W. Bush referring to pedophilia as "a thousand points of light" and then I was sure of the meaning and link to pizzagate. Just to really clinch it, if you enlarge the image, there are entryways to underground catacombs/tunnels. [Here is a 5 min. clip "PizzaGate Properties Align with Forgotten D.C. Catacombs" on the tunnels/catacombs that lead to Alifontis properties. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_kbWFcgF1To&feature=youtu.be]
Congratulations for all the contributions that people have made to pizzagate - I mean look where your collective impact put this important issue - the front page news, predicted for 2017, of The Economist out of London. Economist (owned by Rothschild & Agnelli) Tarot symbolism: Rothschild occult magick plus Agnelli Freemasonic predictive programming.
["Agnellis, Rothschilds close in on Economist" http://www.politico.eu/article/agnellis-rothschilds-close-in-on-economist-magazine-sale-pearson/] And if you want to know more about the Illuminati and the parties they have for people like Podesta and Marina Abramovic in places like Venice and London, then go to LeurenMoret.info to see photos of a 1972 Rothschild masked ball and the satanic symbolism there: Revealing Pictures From 1972 Rothschild Illuminati Ball http://www.leurenmoret.info/waves/1972-rothschild-ball.html

India - Serial Paedophile With Over 700 Victims Shows No Remorse submitted by flyingcuttlefish to pedogate

leurenmoret 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

India is very very involved in pedophilia, child trafficking/adoptions and reproduction technologies/surrogate mothers, organ harvesting (one of the early countries that went hog wild for it), and they are a global network of Indians (especially the Sikhs) that monitor and protect the nuclear power and nuclear weapons technologies for the Rothschilds. They are all over Berkeley, where the Manhattan Proj. early research started at the Lawrence Berkeley Lab.

Is the Oroville Dam disaster in California really accidental? submitted by flyingcuttlefish to Conspiracy

leurenmoret 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

California has the 7th largest economy of all the countries in the world, and it's just one STATE out of 50 in the US. They have every climate zone, and many special microclimates, so they can grow subtropical to alpine flora. They grow 95% of the tomatoes for tomato products in the US. Have you ever been in a tomato fight in a big field with really ripe tomatoes to throw? I have. Have you ever driven a tomato harvester with 100 people on it sorting tomatoes? I have. Have you ever done a Caesarian on a cow? I had some help, the UC Davis student vet team came out to my barn, the surgery cost $32, I sat on the heifer's head, and it took the students about 5 hours to do the surgery and sew up 5 layers before they were finished. Have you ever been to the wine country in Napa or Sonoma? We went as UCD students and stayed in old prune orchard stone buildings at small winerys where our friends were working as onologists and viticulturalists. California is a real blast in the country, and people are much more social and interdependent AND dependent because they need each other. Have you ever driven circles - in a 65 VW bug in a big field - around a big macho farmer in a 4X4 fancy heavy engine work truck? I have, and he almost squeezed me to death with his hands around my neck, so I went and told his Spanish grandmother and he got into a lot of trouble. Yeah, I like country life a lot, never a dull moment.

3 lowest rated comments:

L.A. County SO badge. submitted by Kwijibo to pizzagateuncensored

leurenmoret 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

The bear is the official symbol of the State of California and of the University of California. It's on the official state flag of California.

India - Serial Paedophile With Over 700 Victims Shows No Remorse submitted by flyingcuttlefish to pedogate

leurenmoret 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

India is very very involved in pedophilia, child trafficking/adoptions and reproduction technologies/surrogate mothers, organ harvesting (one of the early countries that went hog wild for it), and they are a global network of Indians (especially the Sikhs) that monitor and protect the nuclear power and nuclear weapons technologies for the Rothschilds. They are all over Berkeley, where the Manhattan Proj. early research started at the Lawrence Berkeley Lab.

Is the Oroville Dam disaster in California really accidental? submitted by flyingcuttlefish to Conspiracy

leurenmoret 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

California has the 7th largest economy of all the countries in the world, and it's just one STATE out of 50 in the US. They have every climate zone, and many special microclimates, so they can grow subtropical to alpine flora. They grow 95% of the tomatoes for tomato products in the US. Have you ever been in a tomato fight in a big field with really ripe tomatoes to throw? I have. Have you ever driven a tomato harvester with 100 people on it sorting tomatoes? I have. Have you ever done a Caesarian on a cow? I had some help, the UC Davis student vet team came out to my barn, the surgery cost $32, I sat on the heifer's head, and it took the students about 5 hours to do the surgery and sew up 5 layers before they were finished. Have you ever been to the wine country in Napa or Sonoma? We went as UCD students and stayed in old prune orchard stone buildings at small winerys where our friends were working as onologists and viticulturalists. California is a real blast in the country, and people are much more social and interdependent AND dependent because they need each other. Have you ever driven circles - in a 65 VW bug in a big field - around a big macho farmer in a 4X4 fancy heavy engine work truck? I have, and he almost squeezed me to death with his hands around my neck, so I went and told his Spanish grandmother and he got into a lot of trouble. Yeah, I like country life a lot, never a dull moment.