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Fiona Barnett Candy Girl Documentary Part 2 of 2 / Satanic Ritual Abuse video - TW

Felicity Lee
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Fiona Barnett Candy Girl Documentary Part 2 of 2 / Satanic Ritual Abuse video - TW

Post by felicity on 2/6/2016, 8:31 pm

Please take care when watching - if you are susceptible to triggering. Feel free to comment here - I will also add this to the private area of the forum for discussion.

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Re: Fiona Barnett Candy Girl Documentary Part 2 of 2 / Satanic Ritual Abuse video - TW

Post by felicity on 2/16/2016, 4:06 pm

I thought this one was less triggering - because it is her talking - and, it is a documentary - I can't imagine going back to where the abuse happened. She is so very brave, and I can see it as she expresses her thoughts and 'remembers' what happened. She gives them NO credit for any power they think that they may have. She makes it clear that they are scum who need to pay. I do hope that anyone who recognizes the same, come forward and support her - that would be a miracle - to validate once and for all their crimes.

We are here to support her - 100% emotionally - anything she needs.

I just wonder sometimes where all the other survivors are - quiet? afraid? they are somewhere out there. More survivors than perpetrators - for sure. I can't say that anyone should speak up - that is everyone's choice. If you decide to - or remember similar, trust someone - Fiona is there for you - we are here for you.

She says something in the video - that, as children abused, they had and trusted each other - that's all they had. That is true - and, we are here as adults and NEED to be there for each other again. Survivors DO KNOW when someone is 'trustworthy' - when someone is a fellow-survivor. Fellow survivors don't 'reach out' asking for trust, they don't offer teddy-bears or pretend to be a 'mommy-figure' - they don't spread lies about other survivors (though they often believe manipulation and lies). They don't 'lure' survivors - like a pied-piper. Survivors are the ones who fall for all of these tactics - the same tactics the abusers used on us. Survivors tend to question themselves, work to 'help' others (just for the purpose of helping with no strings attached), they actually 'fear' public recognition (rather than acting in order to be recognized). Fiona is speaking truth - she is not looking for recognition for herself, but for people to open their eyes and realize that what happened to her is still happening - many of us know this to be true. Many may see this video and remember (I know this is so difficult) something or even have some sort of evidence to put these folks away. If we don't attend to one survivor's courage to publicize their experiences, we miss the chance to bring awareness and help those children who are being brutalized now.

We are in America - but, these crimes are international - the people she is naming have access worldwide and use it to harm children, gain power, and make money at the cost of children's well-being.

This video will be pushed under the carpet if people don't attend to it and know that this is reality for many survivors and children. Too many.

Watch with care - but, do watch - if you can. It is very triggering - but, Fiona's story - she has the courage to tell. We just remember that it is 'her' story - not ours' and validate and support her for telling the world.

Just my thoughts about it all -

And, Fiona - if you are reading this - know that we are always here - a safe place where you can write your feeling and gain unconditional support without judgment.

We care and sending you warm thoughts.

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