Some of you know me as the “Total Disclosure guy” or “the dude making a film about Chris and Chester”. Yeah, that’s me – My name is Alessandro. I come from a musical background but at the same time, I always worked for a living as music is not a way to make money in my country. During those 14 years, I mostly worked in the online gaming industry in risk and project management. I’m a typical functional college dropout in the sense I started making good money too fast, too soon. Before working with the ITNJ and learning about child sex trafficking, I had a pretty different life.
I dabbled in careers like psychology, computer, and forensic science; but never finished either one of them. I figured I was making three times the minimum wage, so why waste time in books and classes? A shortsighted view I know, stay in school kids! It is not easy to prosper like that and is not for everybody. I was DJing, singing in a rock band, and working up to 60 hours per week just to be able to sustain my lavish lifestyle. A lavish lifestyle I no longer desired as I was feeling increasingly empty and shallow.
Confused and derailed, I realized that wasn’t me; not anymore. Of course, that realization wasn’t easy at all; I suffered a great deal as I was trying to figure out who I was. I dissolved the band and struggled to change my lifestyle. This was not a short process, it took me a couple of years to feel like myself again. I tried rebranding myself as a freelance content writer as I hated the office grind. I just wanted to exploit my creativity and forget about numbers and rules.
The black sheep of the family
I have shared my past PLENTY, on purpose. I figured if I come out clean with everything on my own people won’t be able to use it against me. Growing up among rock bands and the art scene in general, it’s no surprise I became a rampant wild child. I lived on the edge of the razor during all my youth. Popular culture taught me the more rebellious and wild I got, the more chances I had of breaking through. By the time I was 17 I had tried almost every drug there is.
A beast of habit, I don’t exactly know what forced me to change. I guess it was a combination of things but 6 months before I turned 27 I deprogrammed from cultural manipulation. I remember being surrounded by “many friends” and feeling lonelier than ever. The pop culture charm I adopted as my banner wasn’t cutting it anymore, I didn’t even like myself. When the music’s over, all you got left is loneliness and addiction – Sorrow, shame, and heartbreak.
In my case? Yeah, I was all about sex, drugs and rock n roll, until I wasn’t. Do I miss music? Sure, sometimes. Music is coded in my DNA and without it, my soul does suffer the toll of silence, that’s how I expressed my feelings. The rock and roll lifestyle destroys you from the inside fairly quickly, father time never forgives. Not unless you take adrenochrome, of course. There weren’t many things I wasn’t willing to do to “make it” 10 years ago, luckily I never had the change to corrupt myself further.
The healing process
The path to mental peace after such revelations is not exactly a walk in the park. The purification process, the decoding, the letting go of deeply ingrained behavior; it puzzled the hell out of me. I had to burn down every illusion I attached to myself and to others. I was forced to see who I truly was without all the conditioning distractions. When we can find the truth in ourselves, then we can see through all the external bullshit that is happening around us. Baiting us, deceiving us, keeping us in a deep sleep.
Many of us were manipulated into accepting very heavy karmic contracts. The goal is to ultimately make you lose all track and notion, keep you overfed with whatever vice you are coerced to accept. We all have vices, some worst than others. The dark entities, they know exactly who we are, where we come from. I’ve been tracked and tagged, and now they want me sworn and broken. They don’t want us to awaken to our power. We are a threat to everything they have been trying to create here.
The truth of the matter is whatever doesn’t kill us makes us stronger, no matter how cliche it sounds, is true. All of you who’ve suffered nefarious experiences growing up have 2 choices: Let it beat you to death, or beat it and help others. I chose the latter and so should most, is never too late, and it always gets better. I didn’t have any experience volunteering, much less involving myself in activism. Naturally, I was also pretty naive about who to trust and else, as any newbie.
You have to start somewhere
I follow citizen journalism since 2005 and I’ve always been pretty red-pilled. 911 being an inside job became apparent to me pretty early on and I became more interested in learning about the New World Order. I was not happy to learn about these crimes but I didn’t feel the urgency to do something about it, I figured someone else would. At the time I wasn’t aware of Satanic Ritual Abuse or human trafficking. Not until Chris Cornell and Chester Bennington were killed.
I tried to cope and make sense of Chris’s decision but it just never made sense to me. When Chester died in very similar circumstances I started digging and found all the human trafficking connections now known worldwide. Make no mistake, the Jeffrey Epstein case that blew open in July 2019 is just the tip of the iceberg. The Mossad asset died (or escaped) and others took his place as kingpins of the sex trafficking blackmail rings. Same game, same goal, different players.
I wasn’t planning on getting involved, not directly; much less full time. In June 2018 Anthony Bourdain, Kate Spade, and Inés Zorreguieta were murdered in just 4 days. They were all found hanging by doorknobs, that’s when I said ENOUGH. My name is Alessandro and I was a volunteer with the ITNJ back when Fiona Barnett was sabotaged by the organization. I quit shortly after, I was with them for almost 4 months but that was enough for me to “notice things”.
The ITNJ, a gatekeeper organization
My first days with the ITNJ were average, nothing overly suspicious. I signed up with the “International Tribunal of Natural (in)Justice” in June 2018 shortly after Bourdain was killed. I wanted to learn about human trafficking and help the cause any way I could. I saw Sacha Stone and Robert David Steele during their famous seatings in which Dutch banker Ronald Bernard gave his chilling testimony. After a couple of meetings with Connie Broussard, I was enrolled and was expected to brief to Sacha himself.
Since I was already working as a freelance community manager for different companies, that’s the role I was given at the ITNJ. I was left in charge of social media for the ITNJ, not the other branches like New Earth and Humanitad. I was actually happy in avoiding getting involved in the more “new-age” aspect of the NGO. Things went on smoothly at first but then I started getting censored from posting about certain child abuse cases. They tried to get me to adhere to some protocols that I flat out ignored in the sense I didn’t take them seriously.
By then I was a bit fed up and didn’t care if they let me go, they didn’t, contrary to what Sacha says today to save face. The issues with some “volunteers” and within the “tribunal” itself were evident to me. The mess with Fiona’s testimony really threw me off, I just didn’t understand why there was any confusion on how things were to be handled. All of a sudden, I was appointed as Sacha’s assistant on his blog. It seemed the harder I pushed to expose elite human traffickers the more they wanted to drift my attention to other tasks where I wasn’t a threat to the criminals the ITNJ serves and protects.
Soon enough I witnessed things that made me feel really suspicious and so I started drafting my film, “Louder Than Love”. It was a matter of contributing no matter what, so if these people weren’t in it like I was, I was going to create my own thing. I quit the organization towards the 4th week of September and immediately moved on as I really didn’t have any purpose in exposing whatever I was suspicious of. The film’s Facebook page was published the same month, and around February 2019 I opened a discussion group on Facebook called Total Disclosure.
That was the official start of this website, as a 300 people Facebook group. Some months later, I was approached by some of the group’s members to start a podcast and a Patreon. I wasn’t planning on doing this full time, it was all about the film but I realized I could help a lot in exposing the filth. Talent cannot go to waste, I did notice I had an easy time crafting stories in a way they could reach out to more people, especially on Twitter and Patreon.
I came out as a whistleblower against the ITNJ in August 2019 during an interview with Sarah Westall. Originally, my intention was to remain anonymous but I felt the right way to do this was by showing my face. When I learned what Stone and Steele did to Kevin Annett and Katherine Horton; it was a no-brainer. Add the multiple testimonies folks sent me who were wronged by the organization, and Sacha Stone especially, after I published the ITNJ podcast. Something had to be done. I decided to come out publicly, full force and since then, I have unearthed a lot about this filthy organization.
PART II HERE.