Jeffrey Epstein arrested: Washington-NYC pedo ring to be exposed?

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Ry Dawson at Anti-Neocon Report just put out a video of his "Epstein map" showing his various connections. Epstein, Les Wexner, the Bronfmans, NXIUM, Ehud Barak, Harvey Weinstein, Lewis Libby, Richard Perle, Adnan Khashoggi, Marc Rich, the Clintons, Dershowitz, the Kushners, and more, and all the connected rape convictions, pedophilia, sex trafficking, and sexual blackmail associated with pretty much every connection on the map. Pretty sick stuff. And it's only the tip of the iceberg.


(presentation starts at the 6-minute mark)
Here are the sources, and an image of the map:

 

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Ry Dawson at Anti-Neocon Report just put out a video of his "Epstein map" showing his various connections. Epstein, Les Wexner, the Bronfmans, NXIUM, Ehud Barak, Harvey Weinstein, Lewis Libby, Richard Perle, Adnan Khashoggi, Marc Rich, the Clintons, Dershowitz, the Kushners, and more, and all the connected rape convictions, pedophilia, sex trafficking, and sexual blackmail associated with pretty much every connection on the map. Pretty sick stuff. And it's only the tip of the iceberg.

Regarding connections, it was reported that Epstein had sold the Lolita Express in early June. So, I'm assuming he had pre-knowledge of a possible pending arrest? There's also the thought - what other evidence - did he try to get rid of?

Epstein Sold 'Lolita Express' Weeks Before Arrest: Court Document
Epstein's 'timely' sale of the Lolita Express begs the question of what he may have known, and when he knew it. Notably, following a series of reports by the Miami Herald, the Senator Ben Sasse (R-NE) in February opened a probe into Epstein's 2008 'sweetheart' plea arrangement brokered by current Secretary of Labor Alex Acosta.

The information in this thread might be connected? It started with a report of suspicious deaths of two former State Senator's, first week of June ... followed by the suspicious deaths of two NYPD Veterans (June 7), and another apparent suicide in Philadelphia, of a Deputy Sheriff (June 11).

2 Former Senators Found Dead
Over the last decade, 48 New York City officers have killed themselves, officials said. Four died last year, and three so far this year.
 

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I think we can be fairly certain there is pretty much zero real stuff that they could use to blackmail or to take down Trump, otherwise they would have pulled that one out long ago... They really tried hard, remember? The most they could produce for Trumps "bad behavior" in that regard were his statements about a porn actress at the beginning of his career in the oval office in a bus somewhere in the past. They simply have nothing because Trump has done nothing wrong in that regard. I think that is rather likely.

I am not saying they will succeed but I don't think MSM has any other strategy so far except to spin this Epstein case against Trump. I would think this risky move would not have been the first choice to attack Trump. No, I can hardly forget "They really tried hard".

"They" is most likely "The man behind the curtain". If you see him let me know.
 

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The ventricles of this situation may point towards the Zionist.

28-36 minute READ: 1:49 PM PDT 7/19/2019
The New York society gatekeeper accepted money from Epstein, who enjoyed access to her parties, as former employees come forward with more details about their interactions.

As a curator of events and conduit to bold-faced names, Peggy Siegal has become a fixture of both the New York media scene and Hollywood’s awards season. But her longtime association with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein is generating fresh scrutiny after his July 8 arrest on charges of sex trafficking and trafficking a minor. On July 18, Epstein was denied bail, with a judge refusing to allow the high-flying financier to await trial at his Manhattan mansion.

Siegal helped facilitate Epstein’s return to elite social circles after his conviction through private gatherings she organized at his Upper East Side home, as well as numerous events she hosted for studio clients as one of Hollywood’s most formidable gatekeepers.

The 72-year-old publicist — whose central role in the annual film awards race, hosting intimate screenings and dinners with stars of the films she represents, provides her with social capital that money can’t buy — explained to The New York Times on July 13 that she’d seen no reason to shun her friend after he completed his 13-month sentence for solicitation of prostitution, despite his post-release status as a Level 3 sex offender with a severe risk of re-offense. (He’d been charged with one count of molestation and four counts of unlawful sexual activity with a minor.)

“The culture before #MeToo was — ‘You’ve done your time, now you’re forgiven,’” she contended, asserting that he was a low-key presence at her screenings, showing up last-minute, seating himself in the back and skipping after-parties. Siegal added: “He said he’d served his time and assured me that he changed his ways.”

In a statement to The Hollywood Reporter, Siegal stressed her belief that it “just wasn’t common knowledge” that Epstein had molested children prior to The Miami Herald’s reporting late last year. “Had I known that he had been accused of abusing underage girls, I would not have maintained a friendship with him.” Referencing his notoriously favorable work-release deal, she added, “I did not believe that the charges were very serious because I knew he was allowed to work from his office every day.” (Allegations of child rape against Epstein became national news beginning in 2006.)

Three former Siegal employees, who requested their names not be used for fear of retribution, shared their recollections of the relationship between Siegal and Epstein and provided THR with contemporaneous internal office communications and other documents that corroborated their accounts. They describe a symbiotic relationship wherein Siegal would receive gifts from Epstein, including substantial travel expenses, and that she at times kept her studio clients in the dark about her friend’s attendance at their events. (Virtually every Hollywood studio has worked with Siegal at one time or another, and during the busy Oscar season, she may be responsible for as many as five or six gatherings in a given week, collecting five-figure paychecks per gig. Sources with ties to several studios say they don’t recall seeing Epstein’s name on Siegal lists.)

Siegal declined to be interviewed for this story, but she acknowledged in a prepared statement that she received funds for travel from Epstein. However, she insists through her attorneys at the Clare Locke firm and Matt McKenna, a crisis PR consultant, that this financial arrangement ended by 2010, when Epstein was released from prison. She did not clarify why she no longer accepted support after his release.

Siegal is known for her “list,” a series of bifurcated rosters segmenting key tastemakers in various categories, both voting members of the Academy as well as, primarily, New York society types she deems suitably influential — Hamptonites, the downtown crowd, media figures, etc. (There are also outer-orbit names, deemed of lesser importance, to fill bigger rooms.) Her job is to curate and wrangle a certain group for her studio clients, which is subject to their approval.

But if Siegal has a favorite who doesn’t make the cut, she has at least one known work-around. A 2017 communication with a client, obtained by THR, provides a window into her approach. “Academy members are permitted to bring a guest,” she explained. “If one friend of mine wants to come, and it is important to me, I will make sure that one person is a plus one of an Academy member.”

For decades, Siegal has utilized her singular professional perch to ascend into a rarefied social circle not frequented by other top publicists or event planners. “If she’s personally P.R.’ing you as a friend, you’ll wind up at the right hand of God,” the socialite Anne Hearst told Vanity Fair in 1998.

For her part, Siegal tells THR, “generally speaking, I would submit a guest list to the studios for pre-approval. Those lists regularly changed from their approval by the studio to the date of the event, as celebrities and other guests would come into town after the studio approved a list. I know that this happened at least occasionally with Jeffrey.” She adds, “Regardless, I don’t recall a studio ever voicing an objection either before or after he attended an event.”

Epstein, often described as private and rarely photographed, publicly resurfaced on Siegal’s circuit two months after he completed his detention in Florida, at an early screening of Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps in a Southampton mansion, where he reportedly caught up with finance friend Leon Black, chatted with current Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross and sat near Rudy Giuliani. (“I don’t know whether Jeffrey was pre-approved to attend the Wall Street event, as I don’t have records dating back that far,” Siegal tells THR.) As recently as March 2016, Epstein’s presence attracted attention when she introduced him to guests at the New York premiere of Warner Bros.’ Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice.

Siegal’s awards season events target Academy members but often embrace other prominent people. “Part of her thing was also New York society,” says one of the former employees. “She would sneak her plastic surgeon onto the invitation list.”

Epstein, despite the conviction, remained among the prominent people on the Siegal circuit. “He was always calling her and trying to hang out with her,” another former staffer explains. “He wanted to go to every party.” Adds a third: “When he was in town, she made a point of inviting him to things,” noting that when he wasn’t, including during his house arrest in Palm Beach, “Peggy would send him screeners and keep him in the loop. Peggy was his connection to the entertainment world.”

As part of their duties (and as is typical in Hollywood), some of Siegal’s employees were tasked with being on her calls and reviewing e-mails. In the past decade, some also communicated with each other during the workday via Gchat, memorializing in real time her interactions with Epstein. One ex-employee shared with THR screen shots of a chat with a colleague from July 2010, in which this staffer overheard Siegal talking on the phone with Epstein. “OMFG Jeffrey Epstein,” the employee typed to her colleague. “She’s like, ‘You’re not dating anyone, right?’ And he’s like, ‘Well, I am, but you know, she’s very young.’ And she’s like, ‘Stop!’”

Another employee believes Siegal, who primarily employs young women, was aware of Epstein as an ongoing risk. “She said to me,” this person asserts, “‘Make sure you stay away from Jeffrey at that [upcoming firm-hosted] party.’”



Jeffrey Epstein in Cambridge, MA on 9/8/04.
"He said he'd served his time and assured me that he changed his ways," Siegal said about her reunion with Epstein after he was released from prison in 2010, according to The New York Times. The pair had been friends before his prison term, so she began to add him back to the guest list of some of her events.

Siegal planned a dinner party for Epstein at his Upper East Side home. The event was attended by Britain's Prince Andrew, Katie Couric, George Stephanopoulos, and Chelsea Handler in 2010. "The invitation was positioned as, 'Do you want to have dinner with Prince Andrew?'" Ms. Siegal said. Many of the guests didn't know who the host was or about his criminal history, The New York Times reported.
A spokesperson for Siegal told Business Insider that Siegal's relationship with Epstein was social, not professional.

Siegal told The New York Times that she ended her relationship with Epstein at the height of the #MeToo era in 2017.
Siegal has said that she frequently goes under the knife.

Published on Feb 20, 2014
 

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c.a., surely you meant "tentacles"?
I think both apply! Mind games of the DEEP State.


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A ventricle is one of two large chambers toward the bottom of the heart that collect and expel blood received from an atrium towards the peripheral beds within the body and lungs. The atrium (an adjacent/upper heart chamber that is smaller than a ventricle) primes the pump.
 

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The ventricular system is continuous with the central canal of the spinal cord
I recently had talk with 2 contacts in the Good, Old USA.

Both contacts have drank the CNN Kool-Aid meme of the border situation with the lies about the mother's and the children sepration at the CBP gulags.

Just the name and the word Trump, created an instant visceral like connection through the ventricular system causing an intermediate reaction of pushing the flight or fight button. THUS causing an animated increase of heart rate and confused mind activity's of protecting a lie on their parts.

It was like there central nerves system went hay wire. The mind gut connection was not there.

It was like, the lighting of an emotional Christmas tree.

I was just blown away, and could even get word in edge wise of any coherent thought. And I mean, "Zero".

I got a verbal ass whipping for just for saying that the situation in question, was not as portrayed. But it made no difference what I knew but what their program's had said.

By the grace of God and with the publication of Political Ponerology, and with the help of a blue collar interpretation by Mind Matters,
I was able too sense that they had the disease that the book talks about. And perhaps I would have no cure for discussion's of reality.

It was CNN's mind games they choose to firmly hold as a conviction as weapon of fighting the right. I just matained my cool and left the dead dog lying. It was pointless to engage the ignorance.

Epstein was not even in the picture. Go figure.

Signed, Dumbfounded. But not surprised, as they live in California aka Baghdad by the bay San Francisco and other county's.
 
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Another one of Epstein's in crowd?

R. Kelly pleads not guilty, denied bail on U.S. charges of sex crimes
FILE PHOTO: R. Kelly leaves the Criminal Court Building after pleading not guilty during a hearing on eleven new counts of criminal sexual abuse, in Chicago, Illinois, U.S., June 6, 2019.  REUTERS/Daniel Acker

FILE PHOTO: R. Kelly leaves the Criminal Court Building after pleading not guilty during a hearing on eleven new counts of criminal sexual abuse, in Chicago, Illinois, U.S., June 6, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Acker

R&B singer R. Kelly pleaded not guilty on Tuesday a raft of federal charges accusing him of running a scheme to force women and girls to provide sex for himself and others, and a judge ordered that he remain in jail.

A federal judge said the main reason he was denying bail was obstruction of justice charges, part of a multi-count indictment unveiled on Friday in Chicago and New York.

Wearing an orange prison jumpsuit and handcuffed at a hearing in federal court, the 52-year-old singer entered his plea of not guilty and answered “Yes, sir,” to all of U.S. District Judge Harry Leinenweber’s questions. He made no eye contact with supporters in the Chicago courtroom.

“Kelly is an extreme danger to the community, especially teenage girls,” federal prosecutor Angel Kroll argued.

Prosecutors brought 18 counts against the Grammy Award-winning artist with allegations he preyed on teenagers and young women for two decades, forcing them into sexual acts.

Under the obstruction of justice charges, R. Kelly and his entourage are accused of paying hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes to buy victims’ silence, even giving a car to one young woman, and using intimidation and threats of violence.

The singer, who rose to fame in the 1990s, has been jailed in solitary confinement since he was arrested on Thursday night walking his dog in downtown Chicago, his lawyer Steve Greenberg said.

R. Kelly has faced sexual abuse allegations dating back to the 1990s, which were documented in a television series “Surviving R. Kelly” and aired in January.

In February he was charged with 10 counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse in Illinois state.

Greenberg said R. Kelly was not a flight risk as he spent all his time in his one bedroom apartment on the 48th floor of the Trump Tower in Chicago and had no money.

“If he was going to flee he would have done so already,” Greenberg said. He later said that he would appeal the judge’s bail decision.

Two women who say they have been in consensual relationships with the singer were at the hearing, but did not speak in court or comment to reporters.

The women, Joycelyn Savage and Azriel Clary, expressed their support for R. Kelly in a video posted this week on entertainment news site TMZ.

Best known for hits “Bump n’ Grind,” and “I Believe I Can Fly,” R. Kelly faces a maximum prison sentence of over 190 years for the Chicago charges and decades more for those filed in New York. He is already fighting sexual assault charges in Illinois that carry a prison sentence of up to 30 years.

The musician and record producer is charged with sexual misconduct with 12 teenage girls and young women. Prosecutors said they had evidence in three videotapes of women performing sexual acts with Kelly.

Celebrity lawyer Michael Avenatti, who says he represents three of Kelly’s victims, on Monday said the singer paid over $2 million to keep one young woman off the stand in his 2008 trial on child pornography charges, in which he was acquitted.

“The difference between his old cases and now is that his victims are cooperating with law enforcement,” said prosecutor Kroll.
 

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This Mafia clan round up began three days ago, on July 17, between Sicily and Canada. Raids were also conducted in New Jersey, Staten Island and Philadelphia. The Mafia are famous for money-laundering and might be tried in with Epstein?

Italian, U.S. police make arrests as Mafia clan looks to regroup (Short video)
Palermo Police Chief, Renato Cortese talks during a news conference after a coordinated crackdown with U.S. police against major crime families looking to rebuild their mafia powerbase in Palermo, Sicily, Italy, July 17, 2019 REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane
Palermo Police Chief, Renato Cortese talks during a news conference after a coordinated crackdown with U.S. police against major crime families looking to rebuild their mafia powerbase in Palermo, Sicily, Italy, July 17, 2019 REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane

PALERMO, Italy July 17, 2019 - Italian and U.S. police have launched a coordinated crackdown on a Sicilian Mafia family that was seeking to rebuild its power base after years of exile in the United States, Italian investigators said on Wednesday

More than 200 police, including officers from the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), arrested 18 people in Sicily as part of their investigation into the Inzerillo clan in the island’s capital Palermo and the allied New York-based Gambino family. A 19th suspect is being sought in the United States.

Sicily’s organised crime group, known as ‘Cosa Nostra’ (Our Thing), has been in a state of flux since 2017, when its boss of bosses Salvatore “Toto” Riina died in prison, where he had spent almost a quarter of a century.

Riina launched a ferocious mafia war on the Mediterranean island in the 1980s, chasing the Inzerillo family out of their stronghold in the Palermo suburb of Passo di Rigano and into self-imposed U.S. exile.

The family has since looked to reclaim its old business, police said, helped by influential allies in New York.

“The investigation “has registered the strong bond established between Cosa Nostra Palermo and U.S. organized crime,” particularly the Gambino clan, a police statement said.

The Gambinos are one of the five historic Italian-American Mafia families in New York. Past charges against family operatives have included murder, loan sharking and illegal drug distribution.

The reported crime boss of the family, Francesco “Franky Boy” Cali, was gunned down in front of his Staten Island home in March - a killing that deeply alarmed the Inzerillo clan.

FBI officers and Italian colleagues with international search warrants carried out raids on three properties in New Jersey, Staten Island and Philadelphia, police said.

Italian police said the suspects arrested on Wednesday faced a string of charges, including membership of the mafia, aggravated extortion, fraud and “unfair competition”.

Amongst those detained was Salvatore Gambino, the mayor of a village near Palermo, and Tommaso and Francesco Inzerillo, close relatives of Salvatore Inzerillo who was killed by Riina in 1981.

Once all-powerful on Sicily, the Cosa Nostra has been squeezed over the past two decades, with many bosses jailed, businesses sequestered and locals increasingly ready to defy it.

Prosecutors have warned repeatedly that the group is looking to rebuild.

The state’s fight against the Mafia got serious in 1992 after the group murdered two of Italy’s top magistrates, Giovanni Falcone and Paolo Borsellino, triggering national outrage and finally forcing complacent politicians to act.

Friday marks the 27th anniversary of Borsellino’s death.

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Canadian police nab nine suspected members of powerful Mafia clan (Short video)
York Regional Police cut the locks on gambling machines seized during raids in an illegal gaming investigation named Project Sindacato in Vaughan, Ontario, Canada  July 16, 2019. York Regional Police/Handout via REUTERS
York Regional Police cut the locks on gambling machines seized during raids in an illegal gaming investigation named Project Sindacato in Vaughan, Ontario, Canada July 16, 2019. York Regional Police/Handout via REUTERS

OTTAWA - Canadian police on Thursday said they had arrested nine suspected members of a powerful Mafia clan with roots in southern Italy involved in money laundering and illegal gambling in the Toronto area, seizing C$35 million ($26.8 million) in assets, including five Ferraris.

Over three days,
police raided 48 cafes, businesses and residences connected to the group, nabbing the alleged boss, Angelo Figliomeni, and eight other suspects on a raft of accusations, including money laundering, defrauding the government and participating in an organized crime group.

Canadian police are still trying to track down one other man on related illegal gambling and drugs charges.

In Italy, home of the Calabrian ‘Ndrangheta Mafia, police arrested 12 people and sought two others in a parallel investigation for Mafia association, illegal weapons possession, fraudulent asset transfers and other crimes.

“The ‘Ndrangheta is a very dangerous criminal organization,” said Fausto Lamparelli, an Italian Mafia investigator who joined Canadian police at a press conference near Toronto. “Criminal organizations recognize no borders.”

Figliomeni, alias the “brigante” or the “bandit,” has been sought in Italy for almost a decade and is appealing a 20-year jail sentence there. Because he is a Canadian citizen and the crime of Mafia association does not exist in Canada, he could not be extradited and was living comfortably in Vaughan, a suburb of Toronto.

In Canada, he developed a massive money laundering operation, according to York police Detective Sergeant Carl Mattinen, who helped spearhead the investigation. Money was laundered through legal casinos in Canada, Mattinen added, saying Figliomeni’s organization had “cleaned an excess of C$70 million in only a few short years.”

The so-called “Figliomeni Group” also ran illegal gambling dens out of cafes, 11 of which were seized by police. Police seized 27 homes and 23 luxury vehicles, including one Ferrari valued at C$880,000. A car-loan business was also used to launder money, police said.

Though little known in Canada, the ‘Ndrangheta is a pervasive presence in the southern Italian region of Calabria - located on the toe of the boot - and today it has surpassed Sicily’s Cosa Nostra to become the most powerful organized crime group on the peninsula.

Italian investigators say the ‘Ndrangheta, which is made of dozens of smaller clans that all answer nominally to a group of senior leaders in Calabria, makes millions of euros a year as Europe’s top cocaine broker. But Calabria remains Italy’s poorest and most underdeveloped region.

Strict anti-Mafia legislation makes it easy for authorities to seize mob-connected assets in Italy, which means the group often invests its criminal proceeds abroad.

Mattinen said a conscious effort had been made to go after the leaders of the clan and their assets instead of the people working for them.

“They’re a very powerful and violent group, so the way we approached the investigation was to go for the foundation which allows them to exist, not the individual crimes,” Mattinen said.

“Forensic accounting is not afraid, math is not afraid, documentary evidence is not afraid ... We can tender that in court with no worry of recant due to fear from the community and the ‘Ndrangheta,” he added.

The Canadian investigation is ongoing, Mattinen added.

“It’s safe to say that with almost one year of wiretapping, we have a lot of information to go through.”

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From a few days ago, here is what Gilad Atzmon wrote on Jeffrey (it is not long):
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by Gilad Atzmon

Yesterday, prosecutors revealed that Jeffrey Epstein kept a fake Saudi passport in his home’s safe along with diamonds and piles of cash. It also emerged last week that Epstein invested millions in a deal with former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak. Barak acknowledged to the Daily Beast that he, like other world leaders, visited Epstein’s Island and that he was first introduced to Epstein by Shimon Peres, former Israeli prime minister and president.

Barak’s high-tech company financed by the arch sex trafficker is called Carbyne. The Israeli enterprise develops “call-handling and identification capabilities for emergency response services,” essentially it seeks total access to your phone, its GPS system and its camera. This shouldn’t take us by surprise. By now we know that Epstein was very excited by cameras.

In a world with functioning media, the Guardian, the New York Times, the Washington Post and every other Mainstream Media (MSM) outlet would compete mercilessly to dig out the dirt all the way from Epstein’s Island to Tel Aviv but, it seems our MSM is doing the opposite. It conceals the shame. It invests its energy into diverting attention from that which has become obvious to the wider public: Epstein wasn’t just a disgusting paedophile. It is likely that he was serving an intelligence agency and perhaps more than just one.

Four days ago one of the most courageous writers around, former CIA analyst Philip Giraldi, produced a detailed article dealing with the obvious question: was Epstein an Israeli spy? Giraldi ends his piece: “it will be very interesting to see just how far and how deep the investigation into Epstein and his activities goes. One can expect that efforts will be made to protect top politicians like Clinton and Trump and to avoid any examination of a possible Israeli role. That is the normal practice, witness the 9/11 Report and the Mueller investigation, both of which eschewed any inquiry into what Israel might have been up to. But this time, if it was indeed an Israeli operation, it might prove difficult to cover up the story since the pedophile aspect of it has unleashed considerable public anger from all across the political spectrum.”

{like the citizens reacted in Belgium to the coverup of the Dutroux case perhaps}

I admire Giraldi and would like to think that he is correct here. In Britain, however, the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse, pretty much collapsed when Lord Janner, became a centre of its focus. Lord Janner was a former chairman of the BOD, a Body that claims to represent British Jews. He was also the founder of the Holocaust Memorial Trust. Some people, so it seems, are either above the law or beyond scrutiny.

We may have to admit that in a world where the Labour Party is terrorised, in the open, by a foreign lobby, in a world where Penguin press stops publishing a book because it referred to the Rothschilds as an ‘influential Jewish family,’ in a world where the British national broadcaster is reduced into a Zionist propaganda unit, no one in proximity to power dares to look into the possibility that the intelligence agency of a close ally might have invested millions if not billions of dollars in the formation of a spectacular blackmail apparatus that abused underage children through sex trafficking.

If Epstein wasn’t a lone operator, it is time to ask what his senders had in mind when they formed such a sex trafficking operation. Did they think of the possible consequences if the network were exposed? Did Ehud Barak or Shimon Peres consider the possible implications of their association with a convicted sex offender? Did they care about the possible ramifications to world Jewry, or Israel’s reputation, or Israel’s political affairs and its relationships with the USA? Did they have a plan B? Or maybe you don’t need a plan B in a world where the political class is deeply compromised and the mainstream media as a whole does little but veil the truth.
 

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Here is a good summary of James Corbett and how the media is using gas lighting techniques to manipulate us, that we are conspiracy theorists and so on.

According to the dinosaur media, the worst part about the exposure of Jeffrey Epstein's child sex trafficking and high-level blackmail operation is that it bolsters conspiracy theories about child sex trafficking and elite corruption. Newsflash: they're trying to gaslight you. Don't fall for it for a second.

 

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Cornell professor, and long-time Zero Hedge friend, David Collum recently appeared on an episode of the Quoth the Raven podcast to talk all things conspiracy. Collum is an economic commentator, chemist, Betty R. Miller Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Cornell University and is known for writing his "Year in Review", which appears here on Zerohedge at the end of every year.

On the episode, host Chris Irons notes that Collum's appearance was prompted by a recent Tweet he put out, in defense of being a conspiracy theorist which sparked a massive social media response and outpouring of reactions, both pro and con.
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