VATICAN BLACKOUT: Rumors of a number of senior public figures arrested

January 10 2021 Updated 11:40 pm


Did a real-life version of “the Italian Job” robbery happen in the streets of Rome last night, or is there something much more sinister going on. Just like in the 1969 movie (and the ‘03 remake), the power went out across the city - this time , Rome & Vatican City. And just like the movie, the whole traffic network was disrupted.


That’s where the similarity ends, and the mystery begins.



The rumors point to figures such as the Pope or the Italian President Sergio Mattarella supposedly charges have been filed. If this was a straight corruption case brought on by his enemies wouldn't that have taken place during the day with news crews alerted for maximum embarrassment affect.


Contrast that with the alternative scenario of a potential night time clandestine military action.


What we do know, is that there is video of what sounds like substantial gun fire. We also know that the power to the Vatican city area was somehow overloaded and went out. In pararell, we have reports from a well known activist Tommy Robinson from the UK who we understand is ex military and was following the story in real time online.



Tommy Robinson’s captured data has shown road closures throughout Vatican and Rome. Its unclear if those closures are physical barriers, or they relate to the shutting down of their Rome traffic light network. However, its very possible that there is yet another possible angle to this story.


If you’ve been following the news, you’d also be aware that there were affidavits & possible arrests earlier in the week with have to do the possible involvement of the Italian Security Services in the US voting rigging scandal. Clearly, this is an emerging story so we’ll keep you up to date as more facts come to hand.

We are following this story closely and we will keep you up to date.



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