NY Post – By Johnny Oleksinski
“For 20 years, thousands of eager adults signed up for personal and professional development classes through a little-known upstate New York company blandly called Executive Success Programs, or ESP.
Started in 1998, the lessons — beginning at five-day sessions — taught students to change habitual behaviors, reject needless fear and gain full control over their response to any situation. Empowering as that sounds, however, these teachings had a much more insidious goal.”
” . . . The rise and fall of Nxivm is the subject of a captivating nine-part HBO documentary series, called “The Vow,” which starts Sunday night and exposes how one person’s charisma and calm-voiced coercion can destroy countless lives.”
“More than 80 former members of the NXIVM cult that forced people to become sex slaves have filed a lawsuit claiming the self-improvement group was also a pyramid scheme that swindled millions of dollars out of people. “
Bronfman heirs intersect with NXIVM and Bronfman is in Epstein’s little black book
Seagram heiress Clare Bronfman, “Smallville” actress Allison Mack, Lauren Salzman and Kathy Russell were allegedly aware of Raniere sexually abusing minors, “were aware of and facilitated Raniere’s sexual relationships with two underage victims: (1) a fifteen-year-old girl who was employed by Nancy Salzman and who – ten years later – became Raniere’s first-line ‘slave’ in DOS”: https://nypost.com/2019/03/13/nxivm-lea … ourt-docs/
(archived here: http://archive.is/AL8mq)
a little more on that theme –
Through these links I was able to determine that Edgar Bronfman Jr. did in fact appear in Epstein’s black book, as was briefly discussed in “Maxwell’s Silver Hammer.” Bronfman Jr. is the brother of the two Bronfman heirs implicated in the NXIVM cult overseen by now-convicted pedophile Keith Raniere.
NY POST –
“The nine women and children slaughtered in Mexico on Monday were part of a Mormon community with ties to the alleged sex-cult Nxivm.
The outpost Mormon community in Mexico is where underlings of Nxivm leader Keith Raniere recruited young women to work as nannies in an upstate New York compound run by the accused cult — suggesting at least in part that the jobs would get the girls away from their home region’s drug violence….” (more)