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devil in the details Former Xpose star Aisling O Loughlin says 'things are satanic' in bizarre anti-vax rant

The former presenter posted the eight-minute video claiming "something really untoward and very dangerous is happening"


Aisling O'Loughlin

Aisling O'Loughlin

Aisling O'Loughlin

Former Xposé star Aisling O'Loughlin has claimed that “things are satanic” in a bizarre, new, anti-vaccine rant. 

The ex-presenter posted the eight-minute video claiming “something really untoward and very dangerous is happening” on the encrypted messaging platform Telegram.

In the new clip, she starts off by saying she had put together a “little list about what we should be talking about, if the mainstream media was doing its job and giving us two sides of the story”.

“Instead of what we’re getting now, which is very dangerous propaganda that is costing lives,” she adds.

After saying she had spent 20 years in the mainstream media, “reading and reporting the news” she adds, “I’ve a very good idea what I'm talking about".

“Something really untoward and very dangerous is happening, and we should be talking about it so much,” she states.

“Number one on the list I would say is aborted fetal cell lines.. why aren't we discussing this?

“We saw that the Pfizer whistleblower confirmed it.

"This is part of what is going into your body, what people have signed up for. Why isn't it being discussed in the mainstream media?

“It’s being pawned off as some kind of conspiracy theory, very clever, well, just ask your doctor if it's a conspiracy theory. Look it up.

“Luciferous (Luciferin) another ingredient, SM 102..we know things are weird out there, things are creepy, things are satanic quite frankly and then there’s an ingredient called Luciferous, the glow in the dark thing.

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“Why is it called that? Why aren't we discussing this in the mainstream media, on the airwaves, on our television debates, in the newspapers. Why aren't we allowed to talk about it? Look it up on the Moderna website.

“Graphene oxide, researchers are finding it in phials all over the world. What is this black goo superconductor doing in these so-called vaccines?

“Is it making us magnetic? Is it something to do with when 5G is turned on? What the hell is graphene oxide doing in the vaccines.

“Parasites, hydra vulgaris, what’s that doing in there? Researchers are also finding parasites…no wonder they don't want us talking about (it)."

Ms O’Loughlin was previously banned from Instagram for “repeatedly sharing harmful misinformation” on the issues of vaccines and Covid-19.

Describing herself as a “truth-seeker” in her bio, she shares numerous anti-vax photos and videos to her 2,480 subscribers.

In previous post she says she “knew I was walking fine line” while engaging with Instagram before her ban.

“What is Instagram? Showing off all the time.

"Then finally I kinda had a purpose on Instagram which was our campaign, getting information out there and having this exchange of ideas."

She adds: “I knew I was walking a fine line. I didn't know if it was gonna last a day or two days, but it lasted a fair whack in fairness.

“I knew I was going to blow up that bridge and they don't expect you to do that.

“Because they want your ego to be so attached to your online presence and to your following, you know, ‘I've got this number of followers therefore I must be very important’."

She adds: “But everything keeps on moving and these guys are in charge right now, you know, Facebook, Instagram, all these major behemoths, these huge brands, but it's going to shift again.

“These guys have the power at the minute because we give them our attention, because we give them our time, because we've invested so much in the movement.

“I know people say Telegram is owned by the same people, I don't know, but all I know about Telegram is that you can speak freely on it.

“I really like the exchange of ideas and I like that nobody's like, ‘oh, you can't say that, you're only allowed to think like this,’ and if not you're out of the club.

“Okay, I'm out of the freaking club, I don’t want to be in your club anyway."

She then adds that she hopes “everybody is well because these are very strange times” before, ironically urging them turn their back on social media and get out into nature.

"I know, it's such a cliché, isn’t it? Hug a tree but (get out) any which way ya can.”

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