Imagine, all the horrendous stuff that we are being unwillingly exposed to during these years, amazingly gathered together and detonated by the life of single person, Joao Teixeira de Faria, or “John of (so-called) God.” Pedophilia, murder, incest, baby trafficking, human farming, sexual assault — and, to top it off, every bit of this evil wielded under the mask of a sanctimonious priest/healer/guru type who channeled “spiritual entities” and, apparently, has, for decades, wielded such magical power that he magnetized celebrities, politicians, and a supermodel among the thousands per day who flocked on flimsy buses to his perch in a mountain village of Brazil, begging for his ministrations.
And imagine, just last week, a single female whistleblower, on live TV, Sabrina Bittencourt, calling him out for sexual assault. And then imagine her whistle being blown by 600 other women, instantly.
And finally, imagine Sabrina dying, a “suicide,” or suicided, a few days later.
Her death was announced two days ago.
All this and more, most likely.
Tiffany Fitzhenry presents the overviews, with appropriate cold fury:
Now imagine, just how far Joker John of God’s “star” has fallen. Here’s one hagiography, from 2016, Newsweek, Special Edition, on “Spiritual Living.”
Oh yeah, and so this one man, and the hoopla surrounding him, also efficiently detonates what we’ve learned to call fake news in mainstream media.
BTW: it was his daughter who called him “Monster.”