Dutroux Cover-up Protected Pedophile Networks

Thomas Alan

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Hildegarda said:
I have also read Demause a while back and found his general tangent and the evidence, where he did have it, convincing. I do agree there was some progress in parenting throughout history. The other day I was struck by a realization that, as awful as it is, this is probably the best time ever to be a mother, or a child, simply because we no longer accept as a given that half of our babies will die in infancy. That alone is bound to change our parenting considerably. As for the modern hunter-gatherers or recent paleo societies, perhaps they aren't the best proxi for the ideal, pre-psychopathic paleo society that Laura writes about and we aspire to.
In Sharasia , James DeMeo, traces child abuse, war and social violence back about 6000 years. This includes such horrific practices as cranial deformation of children. He, mostly attributes this behavior to the desertification of the Middle East and Asia. A tougher environment making people meaner.

If we postulate the appearance of psychopaths maybe 12000 years ago the explanation of the world we see today is even clearer. The point being, the human world wasn't always like this. Psychopaths are a relatively recent phenomenon.

With most normal people being asleep the psychopaths have created a world in their own image.

I read some of Dave McGowan's stuff on the Dutroux cover-up a couple years ago. Horrifying, indeed. And the authorities that are supposed to protect children from these crimes instead protect the elite perpetrators. The really saddening aspect, this is occurring all over the world. My heart goes out to these poor kids. Those that should help them, instead, shield the monsters that do these things.

If it takes a cometary scouring to rid the world of this plague, I say bring it on.

Mac
 
Like so many of you I had a really hard time reading this and had to stop a few times. I wasn't shocked but I was tempted to be sick and now I am deeply saddened at how low the gene pool goes. It is a horrible example of how little human life is valued by those in power or those who just crave it. It wasn't enough for the victims to suffer the abuse from the beginning but to be led through the system by the kind, caring investigators, only to be dismissed in the end is like suffering a second abuse. It took a lot of courage for them to speak out.

I had finished reading the previous articles on this case just a few short weeks ago and this last one helped me complete the picture. I wrote in my blog about the Evidence of Revision series and Dave's Laural Canyon series, then linked them to this one to draw a picture of the some of the connections in our world. I can only hope others will take the time to watch and read it. But I am shocked at how many people out there who have no idea about these types of depravities against other human beings or who don't believe it could possible be true. It also makes me think about the biblical ending that may come sooner rather than later.
 

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I will never be able to see the world the same way again. I knew that there is evil in the world, but not like this. To know that this exists and not be able to help is unbearable.
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I just wanted to share everyone's sentiments. I had watched the video about the CIA, Scientology and Miviludes, and that shocked me a lot, although I already knew almost everything. Yesterday I just skimmed through the article linked by Laura and that was enough to get me very disturbed, stressed, angry, sad, disgusted and shocked. It is unbearable. To think of the horrors that those poor children have had to go through and the total evil and cruelty of the perpetrators; to think that if we are learning of these secrets then the true extent of this has got to be much larger - common practice perhaps. Which then begs the question about whether there is any government on this planet at all, or parts of government, that have got a minimum of decency whatsoever. We are ruled by a mafia of pure evil, it is as simple as that.

I don't think there is anything worse than this.
I don't know what's harder to deal with, the details described or the repeated patterns of cover-up and protection so that nothing changes. It really IS unbearable. I'm going to try to finish the article today.

I noticed where I left off yesterday, that the usual kind of conspiracies / background / history / power networks is a kind of relief to the detailed descriptions of what was done to these children. I'm going to be observing myself while I continue. It's almost like I'm using the background information as a way of dissociating from the horror of the detailed events. I'm getting really interested in the historical background as a break from the unimaginable horrors described by the victims and the reports.


I'm also thinking that we don't even know the full extent of it all. Like it's even worse than what we're reading about, if that's possible. Really tying everything together of how blackmail can be used to have the level of control that is evident in every aspect of our planet. :mad: :cry:
 

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To read this article is like, as I see it, to enter a labyrinth- We just have an "aperçu" of the real story. It is very frightening. Hopefully we can express all our feelings in this network. I don't know what would have been if I was to read something like this alone, without references or guides. That's why I don't know how to present this article to people I know. Maybe I will post a link in my blog, and people will be free to read it if they feel it. I can not force to read this article for what I said, that without a network, this article is too much.
I wanted to thank for this article, by the way. It made me more mature, more aware. I don't want to loose my innocence, however. Innocence is for me energy that gives me joy, creativity and strength.

But life is an inferno, that's a fact. The paintings of Brueghel comes to my mind. Or simply the Inferno by Bosh.
 

SoCurious

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I couldn't finish the article. Now I've seen so many posters saying the same thing I've decided to do so but I am not looking forward to it.

If merely the reading can instill such a sense of mindwarp, I can see with utmost clarity and comprehension how so many of these abused kids ended up with Multiple Personality Disorder. Is there no limit to the depravity man is capable of?
 

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Like some of you, I knew mostly how bad it was, but I admit that there were things in this material that shocked even me. I've had a really difficult time wrapping my head around the idea that parents can be this way toward their children. I thought I had encountered the worst with "Fred and Rose" - that awful case in the UK some years back. I read a couple of books about it a few years ago and, at a certain point, reading the descriptions of the abuse that repeated over and over and over again through years and years, just got to be too much. So, I thought that was the worst of parents. One thing I came away with from that encounter was a perception that some human beings can be very much like animals in some ways. And here, I don't mean like animals in the sense of having hard-wired behaviors, but in the sense of being totally and completely unaware of how destructive and horrible to another being their behavior is; like the cat that has no awareness of the suffering of the mouse it toys with before eating it.

So, there was this awareness of very basic inputs and outputs in terms of emotions/thinking, combined with a certain cleverness and cunning grafted on by virtue of their possession of a human brain. Well, not really human, but you know what I mean. What was also astonishing was the fact that this couple carried on a normal life, as far as their neighbors knew, were well-liked, more or less, and nobody, to look at them, would ever, EVER, suspect what was going on in their house. That's a huge take-home message.

Then, reading this Dutroux network material just took the Fred and Rose case to a level of hell beyond anything Dante ever conceived of! I realized what those ancient remarks about perversity prior to world destruction must have really meant. Funny that I couldn't really get a handle on that before reading this. It was just so abstract, so mythical, so unreal, so "in the past."

Well, it isn't mythical or in the past; it is here and now, and to a level and extent barely comprehensible by the normal human mind.

I don't think that there is much we can do about it except to regularly, repeatedly, persistently, bring it to the attention of others. We don't have the ways, means, power, backing, to do anything other than that. But that, already, is something, I think. That we do not forget. And we keep our eyes open for any opportunity to make others aware and, if possible, do something more significant if it comes up in our life experience. Because, in the end, what this means IS THE END of humanity at large. A species that permits this sort of thing to propagate, that protects those evil individuals that participate, added to all the other things we know about how things are on this planet among humans, cannot survive.

The psychic energy of the suffering that is generated by this state of affairs will act as a transducer, I am sure, for forces that will soon bring back balance. To the degree that the masses of humanity permit this suffering to continue, so will the masses of humanity suffer.

I also think that when we learn about such things and feel the pain ourselves, and offer up our own souls and bodies in a sort of vicarious suffering, that somehow, we cleanse ourselves of the guilt of contributing to these horrors, guilt which falls on those do who refuse to look, to consider, to suffer with those who are oppressed.
 

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Laura said:
I don't think that there is much we can do about it except to regularly, repeatedly, persistently, bring it to the attention of others. We don't have the ways, means, power, backing, to do anything other than that. But that, already, is something, I think. That we do not forget. And we keep our eyes open for any opportunity to make others aware and, if possible, do something more significant if it comes up in our life experience. Because, in the end, what this means IS THE END of humanity at large. A species that permits this sort of thing to propagate, that protects those evil individuals that participate, added to all the other things we know about how things are on this planet among humans, cannot survive.

The psychic energy of the suffering that is generated by this state of affairs will act as a transducer, I am sure, for forces that will soon bring back balance. To the degree that the masses of humanity permit this suffering to continue, so will the masses of humanity suffer.

I also think that when we learn about such things and feel the pain ourselves, and offer up our own souls and bodies in a sort of vicarious suffering, that somehow, we cleanse ourselves of the guilt of contributing to these horrors, guilt which falls on those do who refuse to look, to consider, to suffer with those who are oppressed.
Agree. I also think that by reading the testimonies of those who experienced these horrors firsthand (although way easier said than done) and were brave enough to speak out, we honor them in a way.
 

SoCurious

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I also think that when we learn about such things and feel the pain ourselves, and offer up our own souls and bodies in a sort of vicarious suffering, that somehow, we cleanse ourselves of the guilt of contributing to these horrors, guilt which falls on those do who refuse to look, to consider, to suffer with those who are oppressed.
I've been sitting here thinking "How do we contribute to these horrors?" and must confess I don't see an answer. I do have other questions though.

Are these victims the victims of Karma? Are they suffering a role reversal for atrocities they've committed in other lifetimes?

Does 5D really pick such roles for the perpetrators of these atrocities? Or is it massive 4D STS manipulation of their psyches?

Is knowledge of these crimes meant to sensitize us to them or is the effect of overexposure going to result in desensitization? The lesson to be learned can't be compassion because the tears in my eyes show compassion is present, or is the lesson to be aware of the horror of STS?

I'm feeling completely overwhelmed at the moment. I've never struggled so much to read a straightforward English essay in my life and I'm not halfway yet.
 

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Agree. I also think that by reading the testimonies of those who experienced these horrors firsthand (although way easier said than done) and were brave enough to speak out, we honor them in a way.
Absolutely. Reading and feeling is permitting their voices to be heard. Compassion is trying to understand the other in his reality. I feel the same when I read about the victims of war. But reading about this children is more, more difficult. The horror is more palpable.

I like what Laura say about cleaning ourselves. I think that is like transforming this obscurity into light. Light to understand what is not understandably. Light to put light on something that others not wanted to see. Light to calm all this dolor. We can not calm if we don't know.

ps. sorry, I made an error, again, trying to quote. I am a mess!

mod note: quote fixed :)
 

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One thing I came away with from that encounter was a perception that some human beings can be very much like animals in some ways. And here, I don't mean like animals in the sense of having hard-wired behaviors, but in the sense of being totally and completely unaware of how destructive and horrible to another being their behavior is; like the cat that has no awareness of the suffering of the mouse it toys with before eating it.
No. They are Worse than animals. Supposedly, people have the ability to think creatively, above the ability of animals. These type of people know what they do and the DO enjoy the suffering of others. It's orgasmic to them. I've always thought that if one can think of a sick individual, there is one out there. What unnerves me are the ones I can't think of. If the human experiential experience is a driver to realized events, then yes, something wicked is coming our way...

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I also think that when we learn about such things and feel the pain ourselves, and offer up our own souls and bodies in a sort of vicarious suffering, that somehow, we cleanse ourselves of the guilt of contributing to these horrors, guilt which falls on those do who refuse to look, to consider, to suffer with those who are oppressed.
I hope so...
 

Biomiast

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I have passed half way through the article and watched the documentary. What stood out for me in documentary is, if I remember correctly, when Doutroux was in jail, his wife came to house to feed the dogs, and throw a bag of foods to Julie and Melisa because she can not get into the cell! And they died because they could not reach the bag of foods. There is no word to express my anger and despise for this woman. I have tried every curse I know, they are no use.

For the article, I think my mind can not grasp some of the scenes described to categorize them as real. They are not something a person can do to another. I have this sense of depression surrounding me, but I haven't been able to cry properly yet.

It is both amazing and sickening to read how Belgian government remove honest investigators from the case and put their own men. Then media spind the story of Regina Louf to discredit her with mistranslations and false testimonies. Belgian people should be ashamed of themselves that they believed in the lies of those pedophiles. How can they live with themselves?
 

Mrs.Tigersoap

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Laura said:
Like some of you, I knew mostly how bad it was, but I admit that there were things in this material that shocked even me. I've had a really difficult time wrapping my head around the idea that parents can be this way toward their children.
Back when I was a teenager, I read an article about this sort of 'parents' in a popular magazine (Télémoustique, a TV guide, for which Michel Bouffioux - Dutroux case specialist and advocate of the existence of networks - was writing). I could not believe what I was reading: apparently, some parents - some of whom were Catholics - were renting or selling their kids to pedos and 'friends' every weekend. They were raped, brutally mutilated and barely left alive. This was filmed. Some mothers were actually having kids for this purpose only, and babies were abused as well. It was all too much to handle for my teenage mind and I completely forgot about it for years. I classified this info as 'fringe' because there was nothing I could do about it. But it was published in a TV guide that millions read every week! That's part of the reason why I am disheartened about sharing the info: things can change, times are different, but when it was shared back then, it did not get much answer.

Laura said:
And here, I don't mean like animals in the sense of having hard-wired behaviors, but in the sense of being totally and completely unaware of how destructive and horrible to another being their behavior is; like the cat that has no awareness of the suffering of the mouse it toys with before eating it.
This is something I cannot wrap my head around: are they really unaware or they just don't care at all because the suffering does not impact 'Number 1' (themselves)? That the cat does not understand the suffering of the mouse, another species probably expressing pain and distress in a total different way than cats, I can see. But surely, even the worst of psychopaths knows that when someone is sobbing uncontrollably because they are being mutilated, it's because they are suffering atrociously. Or am I missing something?
 

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Richard said:
I also think that when we learn about such things and feel the pain ourselves, and offer up our own souls and bodies in a sort of vicarious suffering, that somehow, we cleanse ourselves of the guilt of contributing to these horrors, guilt which falls on those do who refuse to look, to consider, to suffer with those who are oppressed.
I've been sitting here thinking "How do we contribute to these horrors?" and must confess I don't see an answer.
No man is an island; we are part of the human race and bear part of the guilt for all that species does. Just as we can say that the mass of Jews allow their leaders to oppress the Palestinians, so can others say that Americans as a whole, are guilty for the war in Iraq. Saying that you didn't participate or agree is not enough. What did you do, actively, to try to wake others up to the wrong?

Even if you don't succeed, even if you can do nothing alone, you can unceasingly put forth effort to stand for Truth and Decency which is, in the end, a form of conscious suffering.


Richard said:
I do have other questions though.

Are these victims the victims of Karma? Are they suffering a role reversal for atrocities they've committed in other lifetimes?
That's irrelevant.

Richard said:
Does 5D really pick such roles for the perpetrators of these atrocities? Or is it massive 4D STS manipulation of their psyches?
It could be some of either and many other options.

Richard said:
Is knowledge of these crimes meant to sensitize us to them or is the effect of overexposure going to result in desensitization?
After all these years of studying these matters, I am not less sensitive, but I am better able to control myself and think in the face of such horrors which, certainly, confers a survival advantage. Because if you can keep a cool head, you just might be able to think strategically about how to really do something rather than just hemorrhaging emotions that don't help anybody. Imagine a mother who falls into hysterics when her child is injured and the child bleeds to death because the mother can't handle the situation. It is certainly important to inoculate ourselves against many things so that our reactions do not make us targets.

So, in the end, you remain sensitive inside, but learn to master yourself for the good of all.

Richard said:
The lesson to be learned can't be compassion because the tears in my eyes show compassion is present, or is the lesson to be aware of the horror of STS?
So, you can cry for them? What else can you do? Can you cry from your soul for a year? Two? Three? The rest of your life? That would be something; a start.

Richard said:
I'm feeling completely overwhelmed at the moment. I've never struggled so much to read a straightforward English essay in my life and I'm not halfway yet.
Join the club.
 

anart

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Richard, it sounds to me like you're looking for a buffer - for some reason that makes this all understandable. I don't think there is a reason and that's the horror of it. In a world ruled by entropy (as this world is) suffering is endemic and those smallest and weakest are the easiest prey. It is a reflection of the human state of being that this is not only allowed to go on, but encouraged by people in power. If you can deeply grasp that idea - and make the connection that you are a part of this human state of being - then you'll begin to grasp the true horror of the situation. Looking for a buffer (a reason to make it all okay), though understandable, serves neither you nor these children.
 

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Laura
“it isn't mythical or in the past; it is here and now, and to a level and extent barely comprehensible by the normal human mind.”
Lately I have been tallying the cumulative suffering on the planet into a vision combining knowledge of all the areas of abuse that I have learned exist into one ledger. I try to hold in my head and heart, just for a moment, the enormity of the psychic energy generated from the suffering existing at this moment of all the entities on Earth who are experiencing:
this pedophile network
all other forms of human slavery—agriculture—war—
war itself
the physical, mental, emotional abuse in human families and relationships
rape
cultural practices like infanticide
suttee
honor killings
female genital mutilation
the experience of starvation
abandonment
violent attacks
and how much suffering other entities on this planet are experiencing:
unnecessary laboratory research
factory farming
food in other forms tortured in the process of becoming food
animals used for transportation and not properly cared for
tortured animals for sports and other entertainments
sport hunting
neglected and abused pets
chained backyard dogs—(Imagine how many on the planet at this moment?)
fishing the oceans bare—suffocating millions? billions? of collateral fish and mammals not used for food
the destruction of whole ecosystems like the giant redwoods and rainforest
eroding prairies and all the creatures that live there
strip mining
fracking
polluted ground and waterways poisoning and choking the life out of whatever is left—including us.

To say that the horror of it all is unimaginable is an understatement, but yet I feel certain that if we cannot hold this knowledge and make others aware of it then we are doomed.

Awakening to the suffering of others has been an acutely painful life-long process for me. Just when I think I have heard it all or it couldn’t get any worse it does. On some level I see that the pain and suffering I experience with each further revelation of the suffering felt on this planet by so many, if not the majority of entities, is in some weird way a blessing. This knowledge, as painful as it is, is the lesson of what not to be while here in this 3D reality, and that resisting this evil and fighting back in whatever way possible is the only path to any salvation.

Laura
I don't think that there is much we can do about it except to regularly, repeatedly, persistently, bring it to the attention of others. We don't have the ways, means, power, backing, to do anything other than that. But that, already, is something, I think. That we do not forget. And we keep our eyes open for any opportunity to make others aware and, if possible, do something more significant if it comes up in our life experience. Because, in the end, what this means IS THE END of humanity at large. A species that permits this sort of thing to propagate, that protects those evil individuals that participate, added to all the other things we know about how things are on this planet among humans, cannot survive.

The psychic energy of the suffering that is generated by this state of affairs will act as a transducer, I am sure, for forces that will soon bring back balance. To the degree that the masses of humanity permit this suffering to continue, so will the masses of humanity suffer.”
Laura’s quote is ever more apt with each accumulating article on this perverse evil:
He who learns must suffer
And even in our sleep pain that cannot forget
Falls drop by drop upon the heart,
And in our own despair, against our will,
Comes wisdom to us by the awful grace of God.
Agamemnon, Aeschylus


I too, like so many of you, lie in bed at night and say if annihilation of the physical form is what it will take to end the cumulative horror of this 3D Earth—then bring it on.
Not long ago I remembered a childhood prayer that I was taught as a child but rarely ever said then. I say it now and substitute Divine Cosmic Mind for The Lord—it comforts me in some weird way:
Now I lay me down to sleep
I pray DCM my soul to keep.
If I should die before I wake
I pray DCM my soul to take.
 
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