Blacks bring Cannibalism and Witchcraft to Britain

WARNING: This is Version 1 of my old archive, so Photos will NOT work and many links will NOT work. But you can find articles by searching on the Titles. There is a lot of information in this archive. Use the SEARCH BAR at the top right. Prior to December 2012; I was a pro-Christian type of Conservative. I was unaware of the mass of Jewish lies in history, especially the lies regarding WW2 and Hitler. So in here you will find pro-Jewish and pro-Israel material. I was definitely WRONG about the Boeremag and Janusz Walus. They were for real.

Original Post Date: 2005-05-12  Posted By: Jan

From the News Archives of: WWW.AfricanCrisis.Org
Date & Time Posted: 5/12/2005 8:00:12 AM
Blacks bring Cannibalism and Witchcraft to Britain

<meta name='keywords' content='Blacks,bring,Cannibalism,and,Witchcraft,to,Britain,A,friend,in,the,UK,sent,me,this,As,you,can,see,,Blacks,bring,with,them,,their,culture,Jan



Blacks bring Cannibalism and Witchcraft to Britain

From the News Archives of: WWW.AfricanCrisis.Org

Date & Time Posted: 5/12/2005 8:00:12 AM

Blacks bring Cannibalism and Witchcraft to Britain

[A friend in the UK sent me this. As you can see, Blacks bring with them, their “culture”. Jan]

The Website of Carlos Whitlock Porter

Savage immigrants bring cannibalism to Britain
Human flesh ‘on sale in London’
Police probe link between African magic and butchered remains of 5-year-old boy

The Observer, London Sunday November 3, 2002

Detectives hunting the killers behind the ‘Torso in the Thames’ child murder are investigating the illegal bushmeat trade after allegations that human flesh is being offered for sale in London.

Police believe that the murdered five-year-old, whom they have called Adam, was the victim of a ritualistic killing linked to a West African form of voodoo-like religion. Officers suspect that gangs illegally importing exotic meat, such as chimpanzee and bush rat from West Africa, are involved in trading in substances used in African witchcraft that may include human body parts.

Detectives from Operation Swalcliffe, which is investigating Adam’s death, joined a raid on a north London shop last month by environmental health officers after a tip-off that human body parts were being sold. The officers seized two tonnes of unfit meat, including a crocodile head, used in ritualistic dishes to increase sexual stamina in men. They also found rat faeces, which had been removed from rats’ intestines and prepared as a delicacy for possible use in a ritual.

The trade in importing bushmeat to Britain has boomed in recent years, but this was the first time evidence has been found linking it to witchcraft ceremonies. While police found no obvious traces of human flesh, packages of unidentifiable meat and ribs wrapped in plastic bags and stored in a backroom have been sent for DNA testing.

Clive Lawrence, Heathrow airport’s meat transport director, who was on the raid, is convinced that human flesh is finding its way into the UK as part of the bushmeat. He believes that the trade is also linked to
criminal gangs involved in people trafficking and drug smuggling.

‘The intelligence we are receiving suggests human flesh is coming into this country,” he said. ‘We are dealing with some very nasty people.’

Experts believe African witchcraft rituals are on the increase in Britain. Professor Hendrick Scholtz, a South African expert in witchcraft and an adviser on Operation Swalcliffe, said: ‘As these communities grow, elements of African culture will be inevitably transported to Britain.’

In the past year police have discovered seven incidences of West Africans conducting religious rituals on the banks of the Thames. They usually involve lighting candles and writing on white sheets that are then thrown them into the water. Early in their investigations, police thought seven half-burnt candles wrapped in a sheet near Battersea Power Station could hold the key to the murder. The name ‘Adekoyejo Fola Adoye’ was written on the sheet and carved in the candles.

However, detectives found that Adoye lived in New York and his London-based parents had performed a ceremony to celebrate the fact he was not killed in the 11 September terrorist attacks. Nevertheless,
the revelation is thought to have surprised police who had been unaware such rituals had been taking place in public in the capital.

The use of human flesh is a taboo subject in many African communities, which stress that traditional culture abhors such acts. Scholtz said it is used when a normal animal sacrifice is considered insufficient. Human flesh is also typically used when a group of people is trying to achieve a common goal.

The possible uses of such body parts is varied: skin from a stomach can be used to cause pain to enemies, while fingernails and toenails are used in poisons. Eyebrows, hair and noses are often used in curses. Particularly strong magic is believed to reside in a person’s genitalia. Breasts and genitalia from both sexes are used in love potions.

Police believe that Adam was brought to Britain as a slave and sacrificed in a ritual intended to bring good luck to his killers.

‘There is an ongoing search for Adam’s head and limbs and there is evidence to suggest a link between those who are involved and the trade in illegal animal parts and meat products,’ said a spokesman for
Operation Swalcliffe.

Privately, detectives believe Adam’s arms, legs and skull have been kept as magical trophies. Two officers are in Nigeria trying to find his parents after DNA testing showed he was born there. They believe his death may be linked to an extreme element from the Yoruba people, a tribe with voodoo-like rituals.,3858,4538419,00.html

Follow-up: according to the Daily Mirror in July of last year, Africans have been arrested at Heathrow Airport wearing human tongues on cords around their necks (to help them pull off fraud schemes) or penises (for reasons easily imagined). These are known as “muti” charms and are only effective if taken from a living victim. Africans commonly believe that these will make them invulnerable to police bullets, among other things. – C.P.

Received by e-mail from:
Dept E
PO Box 270486
Milwaukee WI 53227