The former rock star Ralph Rieckermann candidly explains on camera how he attended parties where guests paid big bucks to see people get killed.
If regular people knew what the occult elite did behind closed doors, they would be horrified, terrified and completely baffled by the fact that they hold most of the world’s wealth and power. While there is a massive concerted effort to keep these truths out of the public space, sometimes some of that disgusting, stinking truth leaks out in unexpected places.
In a TMZ segment from 2012 with the former bassist of the rock band Scorpions, Ralph Riekermann admits he attended snuff parties, where guest paid over $100K to watch a live murder. And, judging by his facial expression, he was not joking. Here’s the video. (Sorry in advance for the extremely unfunny and obnoxious TMZ crap before and after the actual video footage).
At the end of the video, Riekermann says he attended another party that was so revolting that it made him want to throw up. What was he referring to? I am not sure, but I have the feeling it involved children…
One thing is for sure, these “snuff parties” attended by celebrities are simply a symptom of the deeper mind state of the occult elite which revels in the ritualistic abuse, suffering and murder of innocent people. Why? Because a) they are literally evil and multi-generational satanists b) they perceive the non-elite as a sub-human species that can be exploited at will and c) they believe that the ritual sacrifice of people (the younger the better) releases occult power that is highly potent.
This mind state is behind strange initiation ceremonies members of the occult elite must go through such as David Cameron placing his genitals in the mouth of a dead pig after joining Oxford University dining society. Speaking of which, it is a rather strange coincidence that a “piggy” bank is seen jumping out of Cameron on the Economist 2015 cover I analyzed in this article.
When one understands what happens behind closed doors, one also understands that something is terribly wrong in the higher echelons of society.
In June 2015, three years after the segment aired on TV, Riekermann took to YouTube and released an official statement where he dissociates himself from these parties.
Whether or not Riekermann was actively involved in all of this is however irrelevant and does not change the fact that these “parties” actually exist. He did not deny that he saw some truly disgusting things going on there – and that’s what the world needs to know.