Clare Bronfman, funder of NXIVM owns a third of Wakaya Island off Fiji.
I’ve been a fairly avid “pizzagate” follower for a while now but I hadn’t heard of this so I went to have a look, and there are some suspiciously edited google earth parts. I can’t find clear views of the southern side of the island so I don’t know what is there.
Anyone have any info on this island?
Or any leads on what the “undisclosed Japanese island” mentioned in Podestas emails may be?
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Here is the island in full, top half is a resort known as Wakaya Club and Spa, im guessing the southern part is what Bronfman owns. Only the southern part has weird blurred parts.File: Screenshot_20190721-151922.png (2.37 MB, 1080×1920)
The blur wraps around the southern tip of the island, there are other scattered blurred parts. The vast majority on the southern island, there is one by the airstrip on the northern side however.File: wakaya island.jpg (153 KB, 1072×642)
so I used bing to find out more and here’s what I got:
>road from airport going down south (arrow points at it)
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i was just going to post this. the owner is david gilmour. good job anon
EXCLUSIVE: Sun, sea, sand and sex cults: Inside the $47 million Fijian island paradise bought by billionaire Seagrams heiress Clare Bronfman while she oversaw branding cult
- Seagram’s liquor heiress Clare Bronfman owns 80 per cent of Wakaya – a 3.1 square mile private island off the coast of Fiji
- The island is believed to serve as a safe haven for leaders of NXIVM in the event of prosecution
- Bronfman was indicted on racketeering conspiracy charges on Tuesday and was released after posting $100 million bail
- U.S. District Judge Nicholas Garaufis set her bail to the astounding figure after prosecutors deemed her a flight risk due to her $200 million net worth and her stake in the remote island
This is the stunning Fijian island paradise that Seagram’s liquor heiress Clare Bronfman, stepdaughter of Nigel Havers, bought using her family’s fortune while allegedly financing Keith Rainere’s sex cult NXIVM.
Bronfman, who pleaded not guilty to racketeering conspiracy charges on Tuesday, owns 80 per cent of Wakaya – a 3.1 square mile private island off the coast of Fiji – after acquiring the land for a staggering $47 million in 2016.
The island is believed to serve as a safe haven for the cult leaders in the event of prosecution, according to website Frank Report.
But the chances of Bronfman fleeing to her private resort now seem slim since she was placed on house arrest after posting $100 million bail.
This is the stunning Fijian Island owned by Seagram’s liquor heiress and NXIVM financier Clare Bronfman
Bronfman is said to own the tiny island of Wakaya – after purchasing it for $47 million in 2016
The island is partially owned by Canadian businessman David Gilmour – the founder of Fiji Water – who bought the island in 1973
Bronfman, 39, (pictured leaving court on Wednesday) was indicted on racketeering conspiracy charges on Tuesday and was released after posting $100 million bail
Wakaya is 11 miles off the coast of Ovalau – the main island in Fiji’s Lomaiviti group
Unbeknownst to us – and, more importantly, undisclosed to federal officials – Keith Alan Raniere evidently has a one-third ownership interest in Wakaya Island in Fiji, which was originally purchased by Clare Bronfman.
Apparently, he was too shell-shocked to remember that when he had to fill out an “Asset Disclosure Form” shortly after he was arrested.
Although we do not yet have any similar evidence to suggest that Allison Mack also owns a one-third interest in the island, the fact that it was bought in the name “ACK Group” suggests that could be the case.
In one of a spate of recent prosecution filings we find this:
“The government also intends to introduce evidence of various tax evasion schemes employed by defendants and their co-conspirators, including Raniere, Bronfman, Nancy
Salzman and Russell. These schemes involved elaborate corporate structures designed to keep money out of Raniere’s name, even though he had access to and control of the funds. The evidence will further demonstrate that the defendants and their co-conspirators considered Raniere as having an interest in other properties and investments. For example, emails indicate that Bronfman understood Raniere to have a 1/3 interest in her island in Fiji.”
So an email reveals that Keith was a one-third owner of Wakaya and that it was meant to be held for him in the ACK company name.
When Keith filled out his financial affidavit for Pretrial Supervision after he was arrested, he claimed to have no assets whatsoever except for a 50% interest in the townhouse he owned with the late Pam Cafritz.
Ironically Clare also forgot to mention Wakaya Island when she filled out a form listing her assets. When caught by the judge, her attorney Susan Necheles said she did not list Wakaya Island because the property was undergoing renovation.
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Sloppy photoshop job. Wtf Google?File: Screenshot_2019-07-21_10-32-28.png (1.79 MB, 1366×768)
this looks like the main part of the island. there appears to be wakaya spa located here