This Monday night, Dateline will screen their interview by Megyn Kelly with former Dynasty star Catherine Oxenberg, regarding her daughter India’s participation in the so-called women’s self help group, NXIVM, which is actually a sex cult and human trafficking organisation with ties to the Clinton Foundation through Seagram heiress’ Clare and Sara Bronfman.
NXIVM leader Keith Raniere and Allison Mack (Pimp Mack), head recruiter of the organisation, branded their recruits with their initials under the guise it was “character building” and that the symbol was latin. However, the branding were usually of “K” and an “R”, for Keith Raniere, or sometimes “A” and “M” for Allison Mack, almost as if they were marking property on human flesh. Most of these women were slaves in the subsidiary group named “DOS” or “dominus obsequious sororium”, which is latin for “master over slave.”
Catherine Oxenberg describes her regret of introducing her daughter India to the cult, thinking it was a women’s sorority and motivational help group back in 2011. Her daughter had told her mother that she wanted to be an entrepreneur.
India Oxenberg, 27, is still a member of NXIVM, and her mother describes her guilt to Megyn Kelly in tonight’s Dateline interview, and speaks about how she tried to get her daughter out of the organization for over a year, and that she has “horrible guilt” after India was branded with Raniere’s initials.
Regarding the branding, Catherine said, “‘I was horrified.” When asked by Kelly if India had ever been branded by the cult, Catherine said, “She did and I said, ‘are you aware of what you’re branded with?’ And she said, ‘some Latin symbol.'”
“So it’s very possible she was told it was a Latin symbol because a lot of the girls were not told it was Keith’s – and possibly Allison’s – initials.”
Megyn Kelly then asked Catherine, “As the mother of a daughter, I can’t imagine. You look at their beautiful skin, their beautiful bodies that you’ve tried to raise in a way that wont be corrupted and to think some man put his brand on there. What does that do to you?”
Oxenberg states that she was, “horrified” before adding, “I brought her in. And that’s why I feel responsible for getting her out… At first I felt horrendous guilt that I had participated in bringing my daughter into an organization that was this deviant and dangerous.”
“Then I started to educate myself… I spoke to numerous experts and they said, “Would you stop blaming yourself? These cults are well-oiled machines. India never stood a chance.”
The Dateline interview will air tonight at 10pm on NBC, and will also include the first interview with Keith Raniere’s attorney, Marc Agnifilo. Keith Raniere was arrested in Mexico this year, and was taken back to the US to face charges for human trafficking, along with former Smallville actress, Allison Mack.
Some of the practices of NXIVM included showing people snuff films, blackmailing (with damning material), and forcing female slaves to sleep with senior members as part of a female empowerment ideology. What’s not being mentioned is the seedy underbelly of supplying underage girls for sex to paying clients (i.e. human trafficking of girls under the age of 14-years old).
We will only find out more specifics once Keith Raniere and Allison Mack’s case commences on October 1st, 2018, where the charges that they’ve plead “not guilty” to are listed out, including all of their numerous sex trafficking charges. One of the major funders of the group, Clare Bronfman, was recently arrested along with three others, for charges including racketeering conspiracy, amongst others.
India Oxenberg remains a member of NXIVM and DOS, suggesting the extreme length of brainwashing and Stockholm Syndrome that engulfs the organisation’s victims, even after the arrests’ of the most prominent people in the organisation.
Story by The Narrator
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