Monday, November 6, 2023

MK ULTRA - Liz Cambage AND Satou Sabally(her mother was involved with her parents in my case since 1985 if not earlier) were both all involved in MK Ultra

I will be very very nice(far too nice, but let it be) generous today for two basketball babes for whom at times I did express interest for marriage and on other occasion have not. Liz Cambage was a little manipulator who knew how to keep my eyes busy but not too busy. I had no clue she was 24 centimeters taller than me and on the other had I did - I sure wanted to appreciate her but it all started under close guidance of British back in 2004 in Los Angeles where she traveled to stair racial issues against me(after obtaining from interest - a yes for relation) by defending me from extremely racist attacks of yet to become a basketball players in WNBA. Racial bombs begun to flew out of me on black female racists so severe that Liz Cambage left shortly Los Angeles and appeared would only return for more extremely dirty Los Angeles MK Ultra play - who she had in Los Angeles where she continued to return and what she claimed me at first even play in 2011/2012, I do not know - she did corrected to what is written in Wikipedia as Tulsa Shock and continued to repeat  me so I wouldn't make mistake, but am just giving original account. I am certain, her career in Los Angeles which she loved dearly have fallen apart with the speed of light because of my case at the time. Why is it Cambage holds at Wikipedia as the only link to Israel a membership of Israeli Women Basketball Premier League, I also do not know. I think her new father in law was/is Israeli who married her beautiful blonde mom I was

crazy about when Liz was still a kid. Her mom was interested in Israeli citizenship. Liz Cambage has from what I recall one half white brother(he is older and lives in Britain where he moved from Australia - he could have been also a son of Liz's Israeli step father) who is married and has children - he is actually blonde. There should be even more kids on the picture but am unsure about it. Possibility has it those could also belong her father in law who also was separated man when he met mother of Liz Cambage. No such info is on internet. When I was to jump Liz Cambage for the second time, I found myself in Japan is what Liz depicted via British article as(she posed in L.A. in 2022 and in Japan what appears during 2023 - year when delivered by British royals to Japan for torture at this very complex, however, was 2010. I know so because I wanted her badly and instead it turned into heavy physical torture indoors. This complex where I was brought at in 2008 - 2010 in Japan(seems Tokyo) loans were approved in 2002/2003 and was constructed I estimate in 2005 with some finish left to do - with more unites to be added to one which process finalized in 2006/2007.... after whoever finally secured funds from bank connected somehow to British royals is when this property rose up. Liz posed in a recent article for both articles under totally different dates. The two Los Angeles female players were both involved in a brawl, but managed to survive extreme acts of hatred that flared throughout Los Angeles with minorities ongoing threatening racial war. Government used me as a test to evaluate mental health of future female NBA candidates - evaluation which went on for years before it stopped with other hot spots that opened in a result of torture in Japan in 2008/2010, prince Andrew advised Liz to depict herself suffering depression and what she suggests is are panicking moments - some of which could be truth due to incidents which afterwards took place. Liz did suffered weight increase after I zeroed on her in 2008/2010 and have even stated me few crazy MADE IN LOS ANGELES statements during MK Ultra sessions, but I would date her to learn more about her if nothing else. Its possible that Liz Cambage was the only one from her family(the only daughter) and that Israeli step father with whom mom had commenced new relationship once in Australia, had his kids on picture as stated above - saying this because he did have what I stated above and more(also daughter or even two I was crazy about). This father in law was a very good person whoever he was. Its also possibility he broke apart from Liz's mother in 2012.

As for Satou Sabally - Satou became involved in my case since age 12/14 when she started to play basketball. Grew into a beautiful basketball player who eventually begun to treat me as a pet without

being her fold - perhaps a bit too ambitious young business lady who, however, appeared always liked me. In 2020 or 2019, however, Satou Sabally had some white dude next to her who was pushing his nose in me by asking what is that I don't like about her while holding her for her waist/hands etc...Americans indicated would use her to handle me around house, but first one who demanded matrimony between Satou and myself were Germans. There was a lots of disrespect involved during MK Ultra sessions from others who participated in the world of mentioned females and were making difficult for everyone with some suggesting me on how I should first see video of Sabally to match myself(obviously a homeless looser is how they saw me), and then make decisions about future with her etc.  

British royals and Thai royals and Ducth royals and Norwegian royals and other royals were asking me who do I think I am...well, compared to you I saw and CONSIDER myself as GOD(all in capital letters). No, your basketball players and whatever that you had on sports field or business field or whatever WHEN DEMANDING FROM ME TO BOW YOUR FINANCIAL APPETITES(THEFT/ROBBERY OF MY LIFE) since you repeated above seen question in-front of such people, couldn't and would and never ever even dared what I accomplished and carried on(not even for months) since my being 6 months old. I know so because I have seen them crawl like a warms under Putin's coat with their Christian crucifixes all while stabbing Christ in the back - not time and again but on million occasion. 

I never ever disrespected any person in this world for whatever they were up to. And I tell you about

what you see as a game is a regular satanism - ultimate disrespect for God, is to deface(Drecksarbeit, Drecksding, dre­ckeln - threw excrements in one) image which is used by holly bible(notice small "h" and small "b" letters) to project its followers an idea about how to somewhat see themselves as through his eyes. Bible which which supposedly is in his name so much and for really nothing more than mental illness sake as you equated one as in my case.

I under no circumstances see myself as God or saint of any kind. Never ever did and never ever will. I am okay as is and as it was. Leave the rest to him to handle. 

As for A'ja Wilson, one issued me apology for certain issues, however, remained patronizing on issues which she knew for were part of her fold. WNBA is packed with a racism and those

who are at the beginning stage of one, do a lots of criminal stuff to get ahead of they still see as game.

@A'ja Wilson, her racist parents and racist WNBA presenters seen in video above - stuff you had specially done in Vegas(it was on other locations too) was repugnant/disgusting and foremost barage of racially charged crime/racism/ hatred and bigotry based on severe torture. No way ASIA as you wanted to be seen as while even daring to give me instructions on how to see whole thing as to get case "approved", more like tutaja for Hitler. 



Who Are Liz Cambage Siblings?


Who Are Liz Cambage Siblings?: Liz Cambage, officially known as Elizabeth Folake Cambage is an Australian professional basketball player.

She developed a passion for playing basketball at a younger age, has been consistent throughout her career, and has risen to become one of the most sought-after basketball players.

At this time of writing (Tuesday, August 8, 2023), Cambage is a professional basketball player for the Maccabi Bnot Ashdod of the Israeli Female Basketball Premier League.

As of August 2023, she holds the WNBA single-game scoring record with her 53-point performance against the New York Liberty on 17th July 2018.

Cambage plays at the center position in basketball. As a pro, she has had stints with a number of teams including; Dandenong Rangers, Southside Flyers, and Dallas Wings all under WNBA.

In June 2012, she signed with the Zhejiang Chouzhou basketball club in China. In February 2018, she returned to the WBNA where she signed a multiyear contract with the Dallas Wings.

In March 2023, it was officially announced that Cambage had signed a contract with the Israeli women’s basketball club Maccabi Bnot Ashdod.

This signing marks Cambage’s first appearance in a Eurasian basketball league, after playing for teams in Australia, China, and the United States.

As of Tuesday, August 8, 2023, Cambage plays for the Maccabi Bnot Ashdod of the Israeli Female Basketball Premier League.

She played for the Australian national team, the Opals, between 2009 and 2021, winning a bronze medal in the 2012 Olympics, a gold in the 2018 Commonwealth Games, and a silver in the 2018 World Cup.

In August 2023, Cambage hit the headlines after revealing plans to switch allegiance and play for the Nigerian women’s national basketball team at the 2024 Paris Olympics.

This comes two years after an incident with the Nigerian team ended her career with the Australia women’s national basketball team (Opals).

Cambage was dumped from the Opals after allegedly telling Nigerian players to “go back to their third-world country” during a pre-Olympics practice match in 2021.

The next Olympic Games will be held in Paris, France, from 26 July to 11 August 2024, and with her father being a Nigerian, Cambage is eligible to play with the team.

Who Are Liz Cambage Siblings?

Liz Cambage has never shared any information regarding his siblings hence we can’t state whether or not he’s the only child of his parents. There are no records about that.


Liz Cambage

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Liz Cambage
Cambage with the Las Vegas Aces in 2019
No. 8 – Maccabi Bnot Ashdod
LeagueIsraeli Female Basketball Premier League
Personal information
Born18 August 1991 (age 32)
London, England
Listed height6 ft 9 in (2.06 m)
Listed weight222 lb (101 kg)
Career information
High schoolPadua College
(Mornington, Victoria)
WNBA draft2011: 1st round, 2nd overall pick
Selected by the Tulsa Shock
Playing career2007–present
Career history
2007Dandenong Rangers
2007–2008Australian Institute of Sport
2009–2012Bulleen Boomers
2011Tulsa Shock
2012–2013Zhejiang Chouzhou
2013Tulsa Shock
2013–2014Beijing Great Wall
2015–2016Shanghai Swordfish
2017–2018Melbourne Boomers
2018Dallas Wings
2018–2019Shanxi Flame
Las Vegas Aces
2020Southside Flyers
2022Los Angeles Sparks
2023–presentMaccabi Bnot Ashdod
Career highlights and awards
Stats at

Elizabeth Folake Cambage[1] (born 18 August 1991) is an Australian professional basketball player for the Maccabi Bnot Ashdod of the Israeli Female Basketball Premier League. Cambage currently shares the WNBA single-game scoring record with A'ja Wilson, with her 53-point performance against the New York Liberty on 17 July 2018.[2][3]

She played for the Australia national team, the Opals, between 2009 and 2021, winning a gold medal in the 2018 Commonwealth Games, silver in the 2018 World Cup, and bronze in the 2012 Olympics.

Early life[edit]

Cambage was born on 18 August 1991[4][5] in London to a Nigerian father and Australian mother. Her parents separated when Cambage was three months old and she moved to Australia with her mother. First settling in Eden in New South Wales, the family moved to Melbourne when Cambage was 10 years of age and later the Mornington Peninsula.[6][7]

Cambage is 2.03 metres (6 ft 8 in) tall.[5][8][9] She was teased about her height in school. At the age of 10, she was 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in) tall, reaching 1.96 m (6 ft 5 in) by the time she was 14. She started playing basketball at her mother's suggestion when she was 10 as a way to make friends.[7]

Professional career[edit]

Cambage plays at the center position in basketball.[5][10] In 2009, she played in the Under-20 Australian National Championships,[11] and the ABC suggested she could be the next Lauren Jackson.[7] The only international players surpassing Cambage in height at the time were Margo Dydek, at 2.18 m (7 ft 2 in), and Sue Geh, at 2.05 m (6 ft 8+12 in) tall.[12]


Cambage played her junior basketball with Dandenong Rangers, joining their WNBL team for the 2007–08 season. In 2007, she accepted a scholarship to the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS),[13][14] and played for the AIS team, based in Canberra, in the Women's National Basketball League (WNBL), for the remainder for the 2007–08 season and the following one[7][13][15] In August 2020, Cambage made her return to the WNBL, signing with the Southside Flyers for the 2020–21 season.[16]


Young woman smiling and extending arm towards camera after struggle with Sylvia Fowles
Cambage celebrates her defense of Sylvia Fowles of the Minnesota Lynx

In March 2011, Cambage expressed a reluctance to play for the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) team that drafted her, the Tulsa Shock, stating, "I don't want to play at Tulsa, I've made that clear. They want to make me a franchise player, but I'm not going to the WNBA for that. I'm going there to learn and improve my game. But what can you do?"[17] She played in the 2011 WNBA All-Star Game.[18]

Liz Cambage 2011 WNBA All-Star VIP Party

After the 2012 Summer Olympics, Cambage was due to head back to the United States to complete the WNBA season with the Tulsa Shock, but announced on the morning her flight was due to leave, 27 August 2012, that she would not be returning to finish the 2012 season. Her agent released a statement saying she was exhausted after playing for the national team.[19]

Cambage returned to play for the Shock for the 2013 season, but did not return to the WNBA for five years after.[20] In February 2018, she signed a multi-year contract with the Dallas Wings.[21]


In June 2012, Cambage signed with Zheijang Chouzhou basketball club in China, reportedly for a salary of AUS$400,000, which made her one of the highest-paid female basketballers in the world.[22] Yet in an article in the Australian newspaper The Age published on 8 March 2019, Cambage reported being poorly compensated and unable to meet her mortgage payments, noting that she had not been paid since September 2018 after an injury prevented her from playing in China. She was quoted as saying: "It's funny, we make all these sacrifices for our nation, but are we getting looked after properly at the end of the day?"[23]

Return to WNBA[edit]

Cambage playing for Dallas in 2018

In February 2018, Cambage signed a multiyear contract with the Dallas Wings.[24] On 17 July 2018, in a game against the New York Liberty, Cambage scored a WNBA record 53 points (the mark was later tied by A'ja Wilson).[25] The Wings won the game, 104–87.[26] Cambage was voted into the 2018 WNBA All-Star Game, making it her second all-star appearance. Following her 53-point performance, she scored 35 points in a 90–81 victory over the Washington Mystics, making it the highest two-game point total in league history.[27] By the end of the season, Cambage led the league in scoring and the Wings finished with a 15–19 record as the number-eight seed in the league. In the first-round elimination game, the Wings lost, 101–83, to the Phoenix Mercury.

On 22 January 2019, Cambage requested a trade from the Wings.[28] On 16 May 2019, she was traded to the Las Vegas Aces. During the 2019 season, Cambage was voted into the All-Star Game, making it her third all-star appearance. At the end of the season, the Aces finished 21–13 and the number-four seed, receiving a bye to the second round. In the second-round elimination game, the Aces advanced to the semifinals after defeating the Chicago Sky, 93–92, off a play by teammate Dearica Hamby in which she came up with a steal and nailed a desperation three-pointer from half court. In the semifinals, the Aces' playoff run came to an end as they were defeated by the eventual champions, the Washington Mystics, in four games.

On 5 July 2020, the team announced that Cambage would sit out the 2020 WNBA season due to health concerns and pre-existing risk factors surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic after an evaluation by the team doctor.[29][30] Without Cambage, the Aces finished the season 18–4 with the number-one seed in the shortened 22-game season, they reached the finals, but were swept by the Seattle Storm. On 23 May 2021, during a game against the Connecticut Sun, opposing coach Curt Miller lobbied the referee for a foul call on Cambage, while hyperbolically claiming Cambage was "300 pounds". Cambage responded with a post on Instagram, calling out Connecticut Sun coach Curt Miller, calling him a "little white man".[31]

Cambage signed with the Los Angeles Sparks on 15 February 2022. During the 2022 season, though, at Cambage's request, she was released on 26 July by the Sparks from her contract.[32] Three weeks later, on 15 August 2022, Cambage announced she was stepping away from the WNBA.[33][34]


On 3 March 2023, it was announced that Cambage had signed a contract with the Israeli women's basketball club Maccabi Bnot Ashdod, marking Cambage's first appearance in an Israeli basketball league after playing for teams in Australia, China, and the US.[35]

National team career[edit]

Liz Cambage at the Opals' training camp in Canberra, May 2012

In 2009, Cambage was a member of the Australian junior women's national team that won a gold medal at the Oceania World Qualification series,[36] and a silver medal at the William Jones Cup in Taiwan.[36] The following year, she was a member of the Australian junior women's team that competed at the World Championships in Thailand.[37]

Her first call up to the senior national side was in 2008,[8] and she had her first cap for the Australian Opals in 2009 in a test series against China,[38] went she played in the third game in the series.[39] On 2 September 2009, she played in the Canberra hosted return game against New Zealand in the Oceania Championship,[40] and she was a member of the Australian senior women's team that won a gold medal at the Oceania World Qualification Series.[36] She was a member of the national team again in 2010.[41] In June 2010, she was viewed by national team coach Carrie Graf as one of a quartet of strong players that would represent Australia in a tour of China, the United States and Europe.[42] In 2010, she participated in the Salamanca Invitational Basketball Tournament in Spain. Her team beat Spain 85–64. They also beat the United States. She scored 20 points in the game against Spain.[43]

In 2010, she was a member of the senior women's national team that competed at the World Championships in the Czech Republic.[8][37] She was important to the team's success.[7][44] In July 2010, she participated in a four-day training camp and one game test match against the United States in Connecticut,[42] but missed the Olympic qualification series in July 2011 because of WNBA commitments.[18] Nonetheless, she was named to the 2012 Australia women's national basketball team.[45]

In February 2012, she was named to a short list of 24 eligible players to represent Australia at the 2012 London Olympics.[5] In late April and early May 2012, she was one of four Australian "big" players to participate in a special training camp for the team,[9] and participated in the national team training camp held from 14 to 18 May 2012 at the Australian Institute of Sport.[44] Cambage was seen as a key component if Australia was to beat the United States in London.[46] At the 2012 Olympic Games on 2 August, Cambage successfully dunked the basketball with one hand in a 70–66 victory over Russia. Cambage and the Opals won a bronze medal in London with an 83–74 win over Russia.

Just before the 2014 World Championships, she ruptured her Achilles tendon, causing her to miss eight months of playing time.[47]

At the 2016 Olympics in Rio, she was the leading scorer and rebounder for the team that reached the quarterfinals.[48] She was also part of the Australian team that won gold at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.[47]


Cambage was named to the national team for the Tokyo Olympics, but withdrew from the team in July 2021, less than two weeks before the tournament. She stated this was due to mental-health issues.[49][50] In May 2022, reports alleged that Cambage had racially taunted players on the Nigerian team during a pre-Olympics training game, calling the players "monkeys" and telling the Nigerian players to "Go back to your Third World country".[51][52] She was later found to have elbowed and slapped players on the Nigerian team, causing the training game to be called off.

Liz Cambage has the last laugh after signing a staggering $1million contract to play in China, months after being sacked by WNBA and Opals

  • Has been at the centre of racism scandals 
  • Was told the door has closed on playing for her country 
  • Will earn the massive payday for just three months work 

Polarising Australian basketball star Liz Cambage has had the last laugh after being sacked by her WNBA club and the national team, signing a $1million mega-deal with a Chinese basketball side. 

Cambage was sacked by her WNBA club LA Sparks and told her time in the Australian Opals was over this year following a series of race-related controversies. 

With her WNBA and international career in tatters, it looked like the end of the road for the 31-year-old centre. 

However Cambage, known as one of the sport's most controversial figures, has  announced a lucrative three-month contract with Chinese team Sichuan, worth an eye-popping $1million.

She confirmed the signing on Instagram with a story that included the line: 'One milly then I'll perform'. 

'If they hate then let 'em hate and watch the money pile up,' she posted separately. 

This massive deal is one of the biggest in women's basketball history, standing in stark contrast to the WNBA, where even the highest-paid players are capped at a maximum annual salary of $234,936. 

Cambage's astronomical earnings will see her rake in nearly four times that amount in just a fraction of the time.

The contract is slated to commence next year and is rumored to include substantial bonus clauses, according to a report from News Corp.

It comes after the former Opal was spotted partying in Ibiza after a playing stint at Israel-based club Maccabi Bnot Ashdod earlier this year, following her unexpected exit from the American top-tier league.   

'I have always loved my time in China and I am really looking forward to getting out onto the court again,' she said.

'It's one of the strongest leagues in the world and I have played many seasons there over the years.

'Some of the best players in the world play in the league and it will be great to meet my teammates and the whole support team very soon.

'They have a great successful culture of embracing and backing everyone which is why they have been so successful as a club.' 

Despite being a four-time WNBA All-Star, WNBL MVP, and an Olympic bronze medalist, Cambage's career had been marred by a series of controversies.

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