The music industry’s mind-control slaves often put in a lifetime of service to their overlords. Even after several years of dormancy, like a “sleeper” assassin of the type portrayed in CIA movies, they can be called back into service any time an agenda arises for which their input is required.

This would certainly appear to have been the case with Sinéad O’Connor. From her earliest days in the industry she portrayed all the signs of having been a trauma-based mind-control subject, the shaven-headed look for which she was famous serving as a tell-tale indicator, (see ‘Musical Truth Volume 1.’) O’Connor has commented that she “doesn’t feel herself” with hair.

Although at times appearing to be on the side of Truth and the People, appearing alongside Ian Brown to decry Tony Blair’s murderous incursions into Iraq and Afghanistan on ‘Illegal Attacks,’ for instance, and calling out institutionalised paedophilia in the Catholic Church, Sinéad’s messages have been mixed and confused to say the least, indicating that she is at the whim of unseen handlers, and her thoughts and will are truly not her own.

According to Fritz Springmeier, author of ‘Bloodlines of the Illuminati‘ and ‘The Illuminati Formula Used to Create an Undetectable Total Mind-Controlled Slave,’ O’Connor was probably programmed by singer/ actor Kris Kristoffersen, whose name has come up often in discussions of this nature. He is said to be a “Re-programmer” or “Booster Programmer” of slaves in euphemistic “rehab” centres. Springmeier has said that Kristofferson is a hugely important Rhodes Scholar and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations for world government.

Springmeier notes that the “Illuminati” often, but not always, choose their slaves from among blue-blood names, hence Sinéad O’Connor probably had some “blue blood” connection. She was sent to a “Magdalene asylum,” an archaic institution for fallen women, at the age of 15 after a spate of shoplifting and truancy.

Little is known of her mother Marie, who died in a car accident on her way to Mass when Sinéad was 19, a year before she debuted on the music scene with her album ‘The Lion and The Cobra.’ In her auto-biography ‘Rememberings,’ (an interesting title given the claim that mind-control subjects can break their programming as time progresses and regain deeply-buried memories,) released in 2021, Sinéad revealed that her mother was “so evil” that she regularly stripped her naked as a child and kicked her in the genitals in an attempt to prevent her from breeding. (It failed; she has four children.) Talking of a time when her mother locked her and her siblings in a garden shed, she made the potentially revealing comment that: “That is when I officially lost my mind and became afraid of the size of the sky.”

So many clues as to generational Satanic Ritual Abuse are in place here. Of her mother, Sinéad writes:

“I think she was an evil person. When I look at photos of the woman she was before she got married, she was a joyful, gleaming, happy young woman, and I feel something possessed her. It was the devil in her.”

A further admission towards her own mental health issues, (and incarceration in a mind-control programming facility?) comes from her statement:

“I’ve spent most of the time in the nuthouse. I’ve been practically living there for six years. We alone get to call it the nuthouse – the patients.”

At a performance at a Bob Dylan 30th anniversary tribute at New York City’s Madison Square Garden in October 1992, O’Connor was booed by the crowd as she walked on-stage. She seemed to get diverted onto an anti-racism rant that had nothing to do with the live situation and may have been a damage-control routine induced as part of her programming. Kristofferson, who had introduced her as a woman of “courage” and “integrity,” stepped in to hug her and lead her off-stage, while whispering something inaudible in her ear – quite possibly a mind-control trigger phrase indicating a handler/ subject relationship.

Many years later O’Connor ostensibly converted to the Islamic faith, changing her name to Shuhada’ Sadaqat. She subsequently referred to non-Muslims as “disgusting” and wrote at one point: “What I’m about to say is something so racist I never thought my soul could ever feel it. But truly I never wanna spend time with white people again (if that’s what non-muslims are called). Not for one moment, for any reason. They are disgusting.”

She has exhibited similarly mixed, and disturbed sentiments towards Prince, who had penned what remains her most prominent hit song in ‘Nothing Compares 2 U.’ In ‘Rememberings’ she writes of an encounter with Prince at his mansion:

“I believe he was involved in Devil business because an old girlfriend of his told me he had the power to make shit move around the room… He got me up there to see, could this bitch be one of mine? I guess he didn’t bank on the Irish in me telling him to go fuck himself.”

Ironically, O’Connor shares a factor in common with Prince, in that both have asked to be known by different identities for a period. In O’Connor’s case, she changed her name to Magda Davitt in 2017, before adopting the Shuhada’ Sadaqat moniker the following year. Could these alter-egos be expressions of multiple personalities brought on by a lifetime of trauma-based programming?

Just as a common cliché in Hollywood movies sees ‘former” intelligence service assets being called out of “retirement” for “one more job,” so it seems Sinéad had been given a new mission in the post-Co(n)vid world of 2021 when she laid into journalists Gemma O’Doherty and John Waters, accusing them of being “right-wing racists” and calling for their arrest. O’Connor’s actions resulted from comments made by O’Doherty and Waters questioning politician Leo Varadkar’s right to serve on the basis of him not being Irish. The pair had previously campaigned for the restoration of Common Law in Ireland, and themselves called for the arrest of treasonous Irish politicians in light of the country’s tyrannical Co(n)vid regulations, but it had been the sound of crickets from O’Connor concerning this issue.

It turns out O’Connor knows Waters pretty well. She had a daughter with him, Roisin, born in 1996.

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