With Jeanette Archer’s Epic Mega-Stupendous Biblical March to End All Marches taking place tomorrow, followed on Monday by the trial of Wilfred Wong and alleged accomplices in the Anglesey child kidnap case, it seems like a good time to take a look at a disturbing trend: the idea of “rescuing” alleged victims of Satanic ritual abuse, and spiriting them off to “safe houses”.
In a recent video, featuring Jeanette Archer and her current deputy, Lydia Lowe (along with “Carlene Louise” from Auckland; Gabbi Choong from Victoria, AUS; and “Victoria” from Melbourne, AUS.) Archer spells her plan out quite clearly:
We want to get safe spaces set up for SRA survivors…because now we’re exposing it on such a huge scale, the survivors are going to start having the courage to come forward, so they’re going to need safe places to come to. You know I know, in this area where I am, there are therapists for example that are trying to help people escape from cults, but the thing is, if they haven’t got anywhere safe to come, they won’t be able to leave, basically.
So that’s definitely the next step for us here in the UK, to have safe havens, as you called it, for people to be able to come, and we’re really also going to be focussing a lot on exposing their locations, so hopefully, in the not so near future (sic) there will be literal child rescues going on, so we’ve got to get fully set up to facilitate that, so after exposure comes the action, and the safe havens are the action to basically then start helping the victims and survivors as they come forward.
By “exposure”, Archer means “we will accept any and all allegations of SRA, and pull a Sabine McNeill—er, that is, publicise each case and ruin the lives of innocent parents and their children”.
And by “safe havens”, Archer means “secret locations where we can hide the children we kidnap”.
Alexandra Rose Betts and RIG Nation
Archer recently teamed up with a young woman named Alexandra Rose Betts, who first drew our attention in February with a video on the Facebook page belonging to the “Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform UK”, an organisation which Wilfred Wong has promoted for a number of years. Despite its science-y sounding name, the CBR-UK is in fact a common-or-garden anti-abortion group, of the sort which posts grisly pictures of aborted foetuses and campaigns outside abortion clinics in hopes of deterring women from exercising freedom of reproductive choice.
We cannot share the video Betts posted on the CBR-UK page, as it features the two Hampstead children, prompted by Abraham “Hot Spoon” Christie as they describe allegedly killing and dismembering babies.
The video description, though, tells us all we need to know:
Please tune in to watch this interview with RIG Nation and Alex Rose Betts on the satanic sacrifice of babies. Sound familiar to you? Pxxx Lxxx, the American medical director for the British Pregnancy Advisory Service, describes dismembering, decapitating and disembowelling babies as extremely gratifying.
RIG Nation, in turn, is a London-based “apostolic and prophetic Christian ministry” headed by Tomi Arayomi, with ties to Nigeria, the Philippines, and the United States. “RIG” stands for “Restoring Issachar’s Generation”, a reference to a passage in 1 Chronicles: “Of the sons of Issachar who had an understanding of the times to know what Israel ought to do…”
According to the RIG Nation website,
In 2007 the Lord commissioned Tomi to go to the 6 Continents of the earth to raise up 7,000 apostles and prophets in each continent for the end time harvest.
Alex Rose Betts and RIG Nation have teamed up to produce a video promoting the fantasy that the world is overrun with Satanists who torture, murder, and eat babies—and take a wild guess who one of the video’s featured “SRA survivors” will be?
Yep, you got it. St Jeanette of the Arches.
Betts and RIG Nation cannot claim they weren’t warned about Archer, either: Shellie Mote, who has been doing yeoman’s duty collecting and collating evidence that Archer has consistently lied about her allegations that she was a child victim of SRA, contacted Betts and gave her the lowdown.
At first Betts seemed to take it all on board, but as you can hear in this video, it didn’t stick:
Project Rescue Children?
Betts seems to have taken a deep dive of her own down the rabbit hole, as she recently incorporated the UK branch of an organisation called Project Rescue Children, and appointed herself Director of the company.
Project Rescue Children was originally founded in Australia by a person named Adam Whittington, and describes itself thus:
We rescue kidnapped children from child prostitution and slavery. We do what others will not do in an effort to make a difference. We travel to every corner of the globe to help children and families in need. We travel to every corner of the globe to help innocent children forced into unthinkable situations. About 2 million children are exploited every year in the global commercial sex trade. We have had enough of all the talk and have decided to take action to make a change.
A few red flags popped out at us: by definition, children cannot engage in prostitution, since they are not able to consent to sexual relations; but even more concerning is Whittington’s gung ho approach, which sounds an awful lot like vigilantism.
Some readers might recall a case which made headlines in 2016, when the Australian Nine Network paid $69,000 to a “child recovery expert” hired to snatch two children off the street in Beirut on behalf of their Australian mother. Financial records demonstrated that the money had been sent to an account in Sweden, belonging to Adam Whittington.
The two children, then aged three and five, had been taken to Lebanon by their father, without their mother’s permission. The kidnap attempt was badly bungled, and not only Whittington and his team members, but the entire crew of the show, including senior journalist Tara Brown, were jailed for a time over the incident.
It’s interesting to note that at the time of this kidnap attempt, Whittington’s website made no mention of “child prostitution and slavery”. Rather, according to the Sydney Morning Herald, at that time the company website stated:
“Our number one goal is the safety of your child/children … We will not endanger anyone on our assignments. Planning, locating, rescuing, and bringing home your child is what we do best. We are here to help you and your child/children reunite again”…
More recently, Whittington was convicted of assaulting two teenaged boys in Sweden. The good news, we suppose, is that he was acquitted of threatening a childcare centre employee. You win some, you lose some.
But back to Alex Rose Betts and her attempt to resuscitate the UK version of Project Rescue Children.
Yes, resuscitate: the previous version, founded by Whittington in 2015, was dissolved in 2018 for failure to provide financial information. I know, we’re as shocked as you are.
Does it seem…well, odd to anybody else that the woman currently at the helm of what amounts to a child abduction agency is currently in close contact with a woman who has explicitly stated that one of her goals is to kidnap children and whisk them off to secret “safe houses”?
The plot, we suspect, is about to thicken.