Mouthy Buddha takes a deep dive to explore the hidden realms of the Terramar Project, the global oceanic initiative that was the brainchild of Ghislaine Maxwell, Jeffrey Epstein’s associate and procuress. Was Maxwell motivated by a passion for oceanic exploration and protection or was this project designed for more nefarious purposes? Perhaps the aim of the project was to control, own and dominate the oceans, perhaps to use these little-explored avenues to engage in exploiting and transporting children.
Here, Mouthy Buddha finds many of the Terramar Project connections quite disturbing. It’s linked to powerful individuals, foundations and charitable groups that have been shown to have a connection to child trafficking and abuse. Names that factor into this story include Richard Branson of Necker Island, Frank Giustra, the founder of Lionsgate Entertainment, and yes, James Alefantis, owner of Comet Ping Pong Pizza in Washington DC. There’s much to digest, so prepare to take your dive and venture off the deep end!
In a related story, Canadian fashion designer Peter Nygard has been arrested and charged with sex trafficking and racketeering. Nygard, once dubbed “The Polyester Phenom,” built a billion dollar industry selling blouses and slacks at Sears, Walmart and other stores. He threw wild and lavish parties, and owned a huge estate in the Bahamas. He appeared in a Winnipeg, Canada, court on Tuesday after being arrested on U.S. charges of sex trafficking and racketeering. Nygard has been the subject of a CBC News investigation into allegations of sexual assault. More from CBC News.