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Breitbart: “Former President Donald Trump pleaded not guilty to 34 counts of falsifying business records in the first degree Tuesday afternoon during his historic arraignment.

Trump was arrested around 1:35 p.m. and appeared before the judge, who charged him with 34 counts of falsifying business records, at 2:45 p.m.

Trump pleaded not guilty to indictment No. 71543-23.”

New York Judge Juan Merchan Does Not Impose Gag Order on Donald Trump

Everything We Know About Juan Merchan, The Judge Overseeing Trump’s Arraignment

REQUEST TO AIMCATS to discover Merchan secrets

SCRUBBED: Colombian family background information re. the new Trump Judge Juan Merchan has been scrubbed from the Internet.

Figure: Judge Juan Merchan, assigned to NY v. Donald J. Trump, Case No. IND-71543-23 (SCNY 2023).

Often, this means he is being protected by his British and American Babylonian Radhanite merchant-banker handlers in the Pilgrims Society in The City of London.

What we have discovered is Luis Merchan, CEO of Columbian cannabis cultivator Flora Growth Corp (NASDAQ: FLGC) that was the first ever cannabis cultivator to list on the NASDAQ stock exchange. Flora Growth is a Canadian company.

Inquiring minds want to know if Luis Merchan and Juan Merchan are family, or in some other way are INTERLOCKED. Both men were born in Columbia and emigrated to the United States. Both men have been supported by Bablyonian Radhanite Merchant-Banker British pagans including JPMorgan Chase, Vanguard, BlackRock and State Street Corporation.

Again, neither man has publicly identified his Colombian parents.

Brothers? Cousins? Extended Family?


See their Babylonian Radhanite Merchant-Banker British GROOMING SCHEDULES — too perfect to be real
Judge Juan MerchanToker Luis Merchan
ca. 1969Born Bogotá, Columbia; Parents UNDISCLOSED1981Born Bogotá, Columbia; Parents UNDISCLOSED
1987-1990(Age ca. 18) B.A. Business Administration, Baruch College, CUNY (interlocked with JPMorgan Chase)1997-2003(Age 16) 6 yrs B.E., Industrial Engineering, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana (Jesuit) (Bogotá, Colombia)
1991-1994J.D., Hofstra University Law School2003-20052 yrs Logistics Manager, MEDIGEN, Columbia
1994-1998Assistant District Attorney, Trials, New York County2004-20074 yrs MBA, McNeese State University (Iowa)
1998-1999Assistant District Attorney, Investigations, New York County2007-20115 yrs Store Leader, TARGET, controlled by VANGUARD, BLACKROCK, STATE STREET
1999-2001Deputy Assistant Attorney General in-Charge, Nassau County2011-20209 yrs MACY’S (NYSE: M), VP, Houston, South Central, South East, South, National Merch, SX, Selling, Workforce Strategy; controlled by VANGUARD, BLACKROCK
2000-presentAdjunct Faculty, Hofstra University Law School
2001-20033 yrs, Assistant Attorney General in-Charge of Affirmative Litigation, Nassau and Suffolk Counties
2003-20063 yrs, Assistant Attorney General in-Charge, Nassau County
2006-20093 yrs, Family Court Judge, Bronx County
2009-presentActing Justice of the Supreme Court, New York County – Criminal Term / Judge of the Court of Claims
2023Assigned to indictment NY v. Donald J. Trump, Case No. IND-71543-23 (SCNY 2023)
Table: Bogotá, Columbia MERCHAN [Brothers?) RESUME GROOMING SCHEDULES

Should we be surprised? The Merchan Family name is BRITISH, it is listed in The Domesday Book as “Merken” where the “k” in Old French was pronounced as “ch”. (See the Domesday Book illustration below showing the actual entry.) This Merchan family helped bring the Babylonian Radhanite MERCHANT-BANKING pagan religion (Demon of Mammon disguised as newly-minted Ashkenazi [fake] Jews) to Britain in 1066 after the Norman (French) invasion by William the Conqueror.

Editor. (Accessed Apr. 04, 2023). Merchan History, Family Crest and Coats of Arms. House of Names. Source:

Colombian Cannabis Cultivator Flora Growth Bucks Convention WIth NASDAQ IPO – CEO Luis Merchan Explains Why

Judge Juan Merchan needs to tell us if he is related to the CBD-Cannabis business in North America. The public has a right to know.

Juan & Lauren Merchan
Juan & Lauren Merchan. Who are you Lauren Merchan?

Daughter of Judge JAUN MERCHAN Overseeing Trump Case Works with Biden-Harris Campaign


Is there some kind of sinister plan going on with Merchan (Merken) and Trump’s arrest taking place during Christian Holy Week?

Holy Week Timeline: From Palm Sunday to the Resurrection

Day 1: PASSION (PALM) SUNDAY – The Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem

Day 2: GREAT AND HOLY MONDAY – Jesus Cleanses the Temple

Day 3: GREAT AND HOLY TUESDAY – Jesus Goes to the Mount of Olives

Day 4: GREAT AND HOLY WEDNESDAY – Judas Betrayed Jesus

Day 5: GREAT AND HOLY THURSDAY – Jesus Washes Disciples’ Feet, The Last Supper of Jesus Christ

Day 6: GREAT AND HOLY FRIDAY – Crucifixion of Jesus and His Death On Calvary

Day 7: GREAT AND HOLY SATURDAY –  Harrowing of Hell and Raising Up To Paradise

Day 8: THE RESURRECTION, EASTER, PASCHA – Jesus Christ Rose From The Dead; Appeared To Mary His Mother, Mary Magdalene, Solome, and His Other Disciples in Jerusalem and Galilee

Satire on the Babylon Bee:

The Dollar Is In Trouble! Here Are 7 Signs That Global De-Dollarization Has Just Shifted Into Overdrive

Scotty, Deagel had our U.S. population down to 100 million by 2025. These deaths will include those who would have died naturally and by general accidents, but now to include vaccinated by a biological weapon – heart attacks, cancer, SADS, long COVID, miscarriages,etc. Then deaths from chemtrail and hazardous materials from sky fall, plus 5G. Big Pharma deaths from bad “medicines” will continue. Infertility will lead to lower birth rates as will the social contagion of gender confusion. Inflation coupled with food shortages will lead to famine and/or starvation.

Actually, I would believe more like 80 million surviving after 2025.

Examining the Unseen World of a Clairvoyant

Salvation Army – The SES Slave Organization

As we were doing our research on the YMCA (See: Naked Truths: Nasty Dirty Sex Slavery at the Unchristian YMCA), we kept pulling up similar information on the Salvation Army. Below are the notes we collected for the media creators in our community. Please forward articles, videos, and posts that you may do to reveal the sinister agenda we are seeing inside the Salvation Army.

We are wiser from the research so far and will NEVER EVER donate to this FAKE Christian organization that is spreading socialism and operated by the crown agents known as Senior Executive Services.

W.T. Stead’s influence “Christian socialism” in the Salvation Army

The Social Wing of the Salvation Army

According to Norman H. Murdoch, “by 1886 the Salvation Army’s growth had come to a halt in England — much as the Christian Mission’s growth had ceased in East London by 1874” (113) — mostly because William Booth primarily preached the need for salvation, i.e. redemption from sin and its effects, but overlooked social work among the poor and destitute.

In the mid 1880s, the Salvation Army developed new strategies which aimed to deal with the poverty and squalor of urban slums. Street preaching, home meetings, prayer groups and Bible study were supplemented by social action. Francis S. Smith, who was for some time a Salvation Army commissioner in the United States, and William Thomas Stead, one of the most distinguished Victorian journalists and a dedicated supporter of the Salvation Army (later a Titanic victim), contributed to the rise of the Social Wing of the Salvation Army. They argued convincingly that the Army should not concentrate on pure evangelism only, but must be involved more actively in social work in order to win converts from the lower classes. William Booth quickly understood these arguments and he endorsed the new strategy which was to involve the Salvation Army in Christian social reform.

Smith and Stead helped Booth to write In Darkest England and the Way Out (1890), an important manifesto, which proposed social and welfare schemes aimed to eradicate poverty, squalor and unemployment in congested urban areas through organised labour exchanges, food distribution networks, co-operative workshops and farms, and emigration of surplus labour to the British colonies.

The Salvation Army magazine, All the World from 1893, reported that in the period from November 1, 1892, to October 1st, 1893, the Social Wing of the Salvation Army provided 3,886,896 meals, 1,094,078 men were sheltered, 1,987 passed through Elevators (work establishments), 267 were provided with situation, 159 passed to Farm Colony and 180 men from Prison-Gate Home were sent to situations (477). Besides, the Salvation Army promoted job creation schemes by encouraging local authorities to employ unemployed people in roadwork and tree-planting on public roads.

In 1893, the Army also expressed ‘great interest’ in the formation of a Government Labour Department, which would gather statistics and information about vacant jobs. By 1900, the Salvation Army had opened its own labour exchange in London to help poor people find jobs. However, it was not until 1909 that Parliament passed a law which provided for the establishment of nationalised labour exchanges. The social ministry of the Salvation Army became one of its most valuable assets in the last decade of Victorian Britain.

In Darkest England

Booth’s book, In Darkest England and the Way Out, made a shocking comparison between darkest Africa and contemporary England. The General pointed out that of the thirty-one million population of Great Britain, three million people lived in what he called “darkest England.” Next he described his ideas how to apply the Christian faith to an industrialised society. The book became an instant bestseller “selling roughly 115,000 copies within the first few months after its publication ” (Robert Haggard 73). Almost immediately Booth received sympathetic responses not only from common readers but also from wealthy individuals, who promised to make substantial donations.

The title of Booth’s book alludes to Henry Morton Stanley’s [sponsored by Lord Henry de Worms Rothschild Pirbright] famous travel narrative, In Darkest Africa (1890). The general message of the book was that the subhumane living conditions in English urban slums were not different from those in Africa.

As there is a darkest Africa is there not also a darkest England? Civilization, which can breed its own barbarians, does it not also breed its own pygmies? May we not find a parallel at our own doors, and discover within a stone’s throw of our cathedrals and palaces similar horrors to those which Stanley has found existing in the great Equatorial forest? [18]

Booth wanted the general public to fully realise that England was still a divided nation, and the divide between the rich and the poor threatened the spiritual and economic development of the nation.

The Equatorial Forest traversed by Stanley resembles that Darkest England of which I have to speak, alike in its vast extent – both stretch, in Stanley’s phrase, “as far as from Plymouth to Peterhead;” its monotonous darkness, its malaria and its gloom, its dwarfish de-humanized inhabitants, the slavery to which they are subjected, their privations and their misery. That which sickens the stoutest heart, and causes many of our bravest and best to fold their hands in despair, is the apparent impossibility of doing more than merely to peck at the outside of the endless tangle of monotonous undergrowth; to let light into it, to make a road clear through it, that shall not be immediately choked up by the ooze of the morass and the luxuriant parasitical growth of the forest — who dare hope for that? At present, alas, it would seem as though no one dares even to hope! It is the great Slough of Despond of our time. [19 ]

The book provided shocking facts and statistics about England’s poor, the majority of whom were homeless, jobless and starving. Booth estimated that one tenth of Britain’s population, which he called the ‘submerged tenth’, lived in abject poverty and destitution. Shocked by the ugliness, misery and the grinding deprivation of slum dwellers, under the influence of his wife and collaborators William Booth devised a social relief programme to remedy the moral, spiritual and physical destitution of the poor. It was expressed succinctly by the slogan “soup, soap and salvation,” which served as the ideological basis of the Salvation Army.

Booth’s social engineering scheme had some affinity with that proposed earlier by Thomas Carlyle. Both of these Victorian sages were concerned with the moral and material conditions in England. Booth included extracts from Carlyle’s Past and Present in Darkest England. In writing his book Booth also drew on the social ideas of Cobbett, Disraeli, Ruskin, Morris, among others. Booth’s treatise was aimed at revealing the economic, social, and moral problems of poverty, squalor, homelessness and unemployment in England at the end of the Victorian era. He then presented a number of proposals for a great reconstruction of the nation by eliminating squalor, poverty, destitution and vice from congested slum districts.

His welfare scheme proposed the establishment of homes for orphaned children, rescue centres for women and girls who were affected by prostitution and sex trafficking, rehabilitation centres for alcoholics and ex-prisoners. Besides, he planned to organise a Poor Man’s Banker Service, which would make small loans to labourers who wanted to buy tools or start a trade, and a Poor Man’s Lawyer Service, as well as establishments for industrial labour of unemployed, co-operative farms, and oversea colonies for people who could not find steady employment in England. Booth’s programme was founded on both evangelical philanthropy and imperial ideology. His intention was to revitalise England’s redundant labour within Britain’s imperial expansion.

Booth drew attention to the Salvation Army by advocating a rather simple proposal. If private donors agreed to contribute L100,000, he would establish a number of city workshops and farm colonies to elevate the moral and material condition of the London poor. Within the workshops and colonies, the poor would be required to submit to strict discipline and moral supervision. They were also expected to take their work seriously. Those who graduated from one of the city workshops would be transferred to a farm colony in England; later, after they had proven themselves as farm laborers, they would be allowed to migrate overseas, either to a Salvation Army farm colony in Canada or Australia or to a homestead of their own. Pursuant to these goals, the Salvation Army purchased a one-thousand-acre estate in Essex for mixed farming and brick manufacture in 1891. By 1893, the Salvation Army had organized five city colonies in London providing work for 2,700 people — a match factory, a creche-knitting factory, a book-binding factory, a laundry, and a text-making and needlework factory; the Salvation Army also sponsored eighteen labor bureaux and a registry office for unemployed domestic servants. Although seemingly quite expensive, many people believed that Booth’s program would be cost effective over time, particularly in comparison with the Poor Law. [Haggard 72]

In Darkest England provoked a relatively positive response. “Few books upon their first appearance have received so much attention, ” wrote an enthusiastic donor in the Contemporary Review, who himself gave 1,500 pounds for the Social Wing schemes (Inglis 204) After the publication of Booth’s book the number of individual philanthropists, who aided the General with money and moral support, grew considerably. Many of Booth’s ideas were implemented during his life, others were put into action in the 20th century when the state welfare system began to operate.

Labour Emigration

In Darkest England William Booth conceived the idea of overseas colonies for English surplus labour. The earliest recorded emigration occurred as early as 1882, when the Salvation Army participated in recruitment of women emigrants for Australia. Then, in 1885, a regular series of notices appeared in the Army’s magazines advertising emigration to Australia, South Africa, and Canada. The first emigration ship sailed with 1,000 people from Liverpool for Canada in 1905. By the summer of 1908, more than 36,000 migrants had travelled to the British Dominions under the auspices of the Army.

Salvation Army’s Reliance Bank is tied at the hip to The City of London (Pilgrims Society), JPMorgan, Columbia, RBS, Barlays (YMCA)