There is an old saying that goes something like this:
“You know who your masters are based on the people you can and cannot insult.”
Now, this is not always a bad thing. After all, children should know not to insult their parents, the younger generation should know not to attack their elders, neighbors should not try to tear down their community leaders, and a religious community can’t survive if it rejects its pastors and holy teachings.
In a society of free adults, however, things are not always so simple.
Sometimes an older generation should be criticized for, community leaders need to be challenged, and religious hypocrisy must be corrected. And as Americans, we understand that in many cases like these, disagreement and debate are totally acceptable and healthy. In contrast, it’s the times when you, as a a free adult, suddenly feel the choke of the leash on your liberties that you realize who your masters are.
Once you know who can and cannot be “safely” challenged, you have a choice to make: You can either continue to raise your complaints, or silently submit to be on the safe side.
For example, while I am not claiming it is what really happened, I have a number of claims that Kanye West “suddenly” had his psychiatric emergency last as a result of him praising Trump too warmly and insulting the liberal establishment too openly.
You can–and should–watch the whole segment for yourself, but the upshot is this:
Australian 60 Minutes published a story that 60 Minutes in America would never dare touch. Why? Because, according to Preston James at 369News.net, “in America and the UK, the global pedophile network (GPN) controls high ranking politicians, the MSM, leading FBI, CIA, and law enforcement officials.”
“I think the genie is out of the bottle.”
Aware of who their masters are, these political, media, and legal elites “realize that to try and expose [the GPN] results in an immediate loss of their job, their retirement, and they will be blacklisted and perhaps even have their lives threatened.”
Here are two interesting things among many about these interviews:
First, the interviewer (Ross Coulthart) is smart enough not to expose on camera the photos he shows to abuse victims. This gives the victims a sense of security and authenticity, but also protects 60 Minutes from savage reactions from the GPN masters if Coulthart had simply flashed their faces on camera.
Second, the unrepentant defender of pedophilia (Tom O’Connor) that Coulthart interviews about halfway through makes a major logical error. On the one hand, pedophiles like him say that children are too young to be reliable witnesses or are convinced to feel guilty by accusers of pedophiles. On the other hand, he argues over and over that children–originally he said “as young as 4”!–are mature enough to agree to “erotic contact” with adults (and usually adults whom they know and trust).
If you’re read more than a few of my articles, you’ll know that this is a topic I often cover. Why do I do it? Isn’t one piece, maybe two, enough? Aren’t there other topics to cover? Of course there are, and I see this topic as only one of my writing topics here at CDP.
Nevertheless, I admit it: this topic is extremely important to me, because the victims are so helpless and the perpetrators are so powerful. One piece is NOT good enough. These young victims deserve more than one passing reference, just as their abusers deserve much more than one drive-by shaming.
Beyond that, of course, once you really start to investigate all this, you realize just how massive the conspiracy and corruption are. And once you realize what you–what the victims, what honest law enforcement officers, what honest reporters, and, really, what all people of good will–are up against, then you either give up or decide to take the “slow and steady wins the race” approach.
Details emerged over the weekend [ca. November 4] that 10k emails on Anthony Weiner’s laptop were held in a folder titled “Life Insurance” and that he is cooperating with the FBI investigation. Was this Weiner’s “Dead Man’s Switch”?
Whistleblowers typically hold highly incriminating information that they use as “life insurance” which can prevent an untimely death, unusual accident or “suicide“. Julian Assange, Edward Snowden, Steven Green and other whistleblowers are know to hold such information.
For years it’s been rumored that the globalist elite are involved in some pretty strange practices, from mock sacrificing a baby at Bohemian Grove to the testimony that a child was actually murdered in a Bohemian Grove ritual. The testimony and evidence in this article prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that the allegations of Bohemian Grove are just the tip of the iceberg. …
In another case called “The Finders,” Director Gunderson claimed CIA connected “elite” were kidnapping and drugging kids in an operation called Operation Brownstone.
Undoubtedly this dark circle is connected to the likes of Clinton and Epstein.
Rome was not built in a day and the empire of the Whore of Babylon shall not be torn down in a single day, much less a single article–much less by a single author. So, I take the “brick by brick” approach and try to keep chipping away at all this corruption, lighting one match after another in the darkness, hoping that the fire spreads to my readers’ minds, and maybe one day into the mainstream news cycle.
Conservatives complain that President Obama gets a free pass from the media, which acts as a de-facto public-relations shop for the Democrat in the White House. Never has that charge seemed truer than now as an ugly rape scandal unfolds on the West Coast.
On Wednesday, Portland, Ore. police arrestedTerrence Patrick Bean, who has been charged with two felony counts of having sex with a minor last year. This man is not just any old guy accused of having sex with a 15-year-old – he’s a big-money Democratic donor and liberal political activist with connections inside the Obama White House.
So, as depressing as all they may feel sometimes, take heart! The walls are crumbling, brick by brick, article by article, and person by person.