150 Terabytes! Norway Busts Largest Dark Web, Child Porn Networks in History — US, UK Media Ignore Story
December 10, 2016 - It’s one of the largest child sex abuse cases in history. A year-long special investigation called “Operation Darkroom” resulted in the seizure of 150 terabytes of data material in the form of photos, movies and chat logs containing atrocities against children as young as infancy, Norwegian police announced at a news conference in late November.
Among the 51 perpetrators said to be involved, 20 have been arrested. The list of the accused includes “highly educated” individuals, including two former or current elected politicians, one teacher, a lawyer and a police officer.
Yet, English-language media both in Europe and stateside in the U.S. have ignored the story.
As Norwegian news publication Tadens Krav reports, the material shows penetration of toddlers, children being tied, children who have sex with animals and children who have sex with other children.
One of the accused men had a pregnant girlfriend and planned with another to commit offenses against the child when it was born, police said. Some of the accused performed abuses directly online, including atrocities against their own children.
Police stressed that the case involves a network. The investigation is ongoing.
So while the U.S. media busied itself with its campaign of denial, lies and cover ups involving Pizzagate and “fake news,” this huge child sex abuse story broke in Norway. The story did appear on Associated Press’ wire, but did anyone run it? The infamous crime syndicate rags The Washington Post had the story briefly on Nov. 20 but has since taken it offline, as did The New York Times. German state news group Deutsche Welle and UK Independent provided a brief story, and Sputnik ran a more thorough article. Fox News still has this up – but would a thinking person even call this coverage?
It is a truly remarkable story with global implications. Take special note of the shocking file size — 150 terabytes! It’s too horrible to even contemplate.
To put this into context, the Library of Congress holds about 600 terabytes of Web data. Its online archive grows at a rate of about 5 terabytes per month. Also note the horrifically sadistic nature of the material seized. And note that police are investigating the reach as worldwide, which means it involves a massive scale of evil filth. But nobody in the criminally compliant mainstream media thinks its newsworthy.
Adding insult to public-service journalism injury, the crime syndicate has shifted gears and rolled out entertainment media to mock and lecture you. If you can stomach it, watch Stephen Colbert (below) reading unnaturally off of a script about fake news, Pizzagate and Michael Flynn. He engages in the same straw-man arguments we covered in our critique of the The New York Times’ skuldruggery. Colbert puts forth all the usual deceptions involving Hillary Clinton, tunnels and basements before declaring Pizzagate was politically motivated and fake. When you see this particular narrative, know that you are being gas-lighted and diverted. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tfXWXNItF_Y
Yeah, laugh it up, fellas. The New Nationalist (TNN) has said from the beginning that Pizzagate is a poor term. We prefer pedogate. This goes far beyond just one perv hangout pizzeria. And, of course, it transcends the political spectrum, which explains why there is no investigation. The assertion that Pizzagate “fake news” is “right-wing” inspired is a scam.
Perhaps it’s because of the word “nationalist” in the name of our website that the media keeps citing us in its narratives. If these so-called “reporters” and libtards would take even a cursory look at what TNN publishes and stands for, they would see scathing indictments of Trump’s administration appointments. And just below our masthead, it very clearly states that TNN is third position, meaning beyond the Hegalian left-right dialectic. We are true humanists, who insist on protecting children from criminals.
Norway launches probe on pedophile network involving 51 people, 20 arrested
Norwegian police said on Sunday they are investigating a grotesque pedophilia ring suspected of involvement in the abuse of at least 51 people, which includes the abuse of infants and at least one case of a suspect acknowledging abusing his own children. The latest incident is considered one of the largest child sexual abuse cases in the country's history.
November 21, 2016 - Deputy Police Chief Gunnar Floystad said that in they have arrested 20 men so far, with three convictions, in western Norway. The 31 other suspects are from other regions in Norway. Those facing charges are to receive a maximum penalty of up to 15 years in prison.
Floystad told reporters Sunday that many of the suspects are highly educated, and include lawyers and politicians. Two current or former elected officials, one teacher and a lawyer are allegedly among the accused. He said he could not reveal more details pending the conclusion of the investigation, known as "Dark Room," which began in 2015. Prosecutors said the perpetrators met in the dark web, using encryption and anonymity to hide their tracks.
"We have the clear perception that like-minded individuals met with each other in the so-called dark net, where they could talk with one another and cultivate their interest in children in peace," Hilde Reikrås, the head of Operation Dark Room, said at a press conference on Sunday, the Local Norway reported.
"There are several highly educated [individuals] with high IT skills. They've used encryption and anonymity to hide their tracks," head police prosecutor Janne Ringset Heltne said at the Sunday press conference, adding that all of the perpetrators involved are allegedly men.
"The material shows the abuse of children of all ages, including infants," Reikrås said. She also gave examples of the scope of the horrific abuse.
ICE spends $100 million ferrying illegal immigrant children around U.S., watchdog says
I wonder - "if this situation below" is also an outward disguise and "part of" the pedophile network?
The federal agency that handles deportations spent more than $100 million of its money over the last few years to ferry illegal immigrant children around the U.S.,
according to calculations by a watchdog group that says the cash could have been better spent on enforcement.
Government figures obtained by the Immigration Reform Law Institute through an open records request show Immigration and Customs Enforcement spent an average of $665 per juvenile in 2014, with most of that going to the cost of airplane flights to shuttle the children among government agencies, to relatives here in the U.S. or back to their home countries — if they’re deported.
At that rate, ICE will spend about $4.5 million flying just the children nabbed at the border in October, and somewhere north of $100 million since the surge began in earnest in 2014.
“It’s insult to injury on a massive scale,” said Dale Wilcox, executive director of IRLI.
He blamed President Obama’s 2012 deportation amnesty for young adult illegal immigrants, the so-called Dreamers, for the surge, saying it enticed tens of thousands of new migrants, particularly juveniles, to take a risk on making the trip.
Instead of being sent back, they are shuttled among various federal agencies until they are eventually delivered to their parents, other relatives or sponsor families — where they often disappear into the shadows.
According to statistics from the Senate Homeland Security Committee, only 3 percent of the more than 120,000 caught over the last few years have been sent home as of June.
That, according to the new Border Patrol chief, serves as an incentive for more to make the journey.
Top political leaders in the Obama administration, however, point the finger elsewhere. They say the blame lies less with U.S. policy and more with conditions in Central America, including poverty and smuggling-cartel violence that have made some areas unlivable.
Whatever the reason, American taxpayers are taking a hit.
ICE officials couldn’t provide updated cost data for ferrying children inside the U.S., but said the overall cost to deport any illegal immigrant in 2015 averaged $12,213. That includes identifying, catching, holding, processing through the courts and then shipping the person back home.
Just the removal part alone averaged $1,962, ICE said.
ICE is just one part of the U.S. response to the new surge. Customs and Border Protection, which handles both the official ports of entry and the nearly 2,000 miles of southern border in between them, has had to open several new facilities to process the large numbers that are showing up in Texas, including a new one unveiled last week near Donna. It can hold up to 500 people.
The latest numbers for November should be released any day, but October was already one of the worst months on record. Some 6,754 children traveling unaccompanied by adults, and another 13,123 parents and children traveling together as families, were apprehended.
The children and families can be in border officials’ custody for up to 72 hours, which has turned Border Patrol agents into “professional child care providers,” the agency’s chief testified to Congress. He said agents who should be patrolling the border are instead warming burritos and doling out clothing for those in the detention centers.
When children are nabbed, they are processed and then transferred to the Department of Health and Human Services, which then farms them out to relatives or sponsors. But along the way they are often shipped across the country, at taxpayer expense.
According to the ICE data, unaccompanied juveniles who end up in their custody are not housed in detention centers but in hotels,
which accounts for more than 25 percent of the agency’s costs. Another 58 percent goes to airplane costs.
“We fought for nearly two years to get this data,” Mr. Wilcox said. “Now we see why the administration has been less than forthcoming and why they’ve repeatedly tried to blame the costly … surge on Central American crime rather than its own amnesty policies.”
The stopgap spending bill that just cleared Congress includes authority for HHS to move up to $300 million around to expand care for the children. But the money can’t be tapped until February, or after the new administration takes over.
The agency has sufficient funds now, but estimates say it may need more after February as funds run out,” a congressional aide said, with an eye toward the continued surge.
The Center for Immigration Studies said in a report that HHS had a staggering 11,200 children in its direct care as of Nov. 27, and is paying more for shelters now than it ever has in the history of its Office of Refugee Resettlement.
Jessica Vaughan, policy studies director at the center, said HHS will need up to $2 billion more over the next year to handle the influx. For now, that means the department is cutting from other priorities to care for the children.
Those cuts include money from HIV/AIDS and drug abuse prevention, cancer research and contagious disease prevention, she said.
She said the cuts were all the more striking because the role of ORR is to eventually deliver the children to families already here in the U.S. — families that oftentimes are here illegally themselves. Ms. Vaughan said that means the government ends up doing “the job of the human smugglers” by delivering the children the final leg of the journey.
“Congress should instead direct funding to the Border Patrol for temporary shelters from which the youths and their families can be swiftly returned to their home countries,” she said.