There’s been a massive amount of disclosure with regards to elite pedophile rings for decades, but more attention was brought to it last year, with some weird and bizarre leaked emails from long time politician, John Podesta, it’s how the whole “Pizzagate” debacle began.
Not only that, last year an NBC news report claimed that Hillary Clinton, while acting as secretary of state, shut down an investigation into an elite pedophile ring in State Department ranks in order to avoid scandal and protect the careers of high ranking officials and an ambassador.
Pretty crazy, isn’t it? Former U.S. representative, Cynthia McKinney, was well aware of the corruption that was going on within DynCorp, and she actually addressed it in 2005. She grilled former Secretary of Defense, Donald Rumsfeld, on the government’s involvement and compliance with military contractor DynCorp’s child trafficking business of selling women and children. She was brave enough to bring it up. More than a decade later, Retired Army General James Grazioplene, who worked in the Pentagon and as the Vice President of DynCorp, is currently facing six rape charges.
The list of examples go on, and to deny such activity is ridiculous. It’s something that happens in multiple industries, by people in positions of great power. Hollywood is another popular example, where childhood star Corey Feldman seems to be leading the charge.
This kind of thing also goes straight to the Vatican, you can read more about that here.
Where else does this type of activity happen? Unfortunately, from those within the United Nations as well.
The International Labor Organization estimates that there are 20.9 million human trafficking victims worldwide and 4.5 million people trapped in forced sex trafficking around the globe. At least 100,000 children are prostituted annually in the U.S., adding to the $9.8 billion U.S. sex trafficking industry.
It’s not just pimps and escaped convicts involved. It’s the people we’re expected to respect or “look up to” the most: politicians, the elite, the wealthy businessmen, your neighbours, and oftentimes the people that you’d least expect.
An Associated Press investigation into the United Nations (UN) has revealed that over the past 12 years, there have been approximately 2,000 allegations of sexual abuse and exploitation by UN peacekeepers and other employees around the world. Over 300 of those cases involved children; however, very few perpetrators have actually been arrested and held accountable for their crimes. There were even allegations of this type of abuse during Haiti peacekeeping missions.
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In exchange for food, the UN peacekeepers demanded sex from children as young as 12. In regards to the child sex ring run by UN peacekeepers in Haiti, nine children were being passed around from 2004 to 2007.
“I did not even have breasts,” said a girl, known as “V01” (Victim No. 1). Vo1 was allegedly forced to have sex with approximately 50 peacekeepers over a period of three years, between the ages of 12 and 15. One of the perpetrators was a “Commandant” who she said gave her 75 cents in exchange for sex. Vo1 explained that she would often sleep in UN trucks on the base.
You can read more about that story here.
The latest news comes from ex chief advisor for the United Nation’s Child Labour Program, Peter Dalglish, who was recently arrested for pedophilia. In early 2017 the United Nations Secretary General admitted to 145 incidents involving 311 victims in 2016 alone, mainly in peace operations. We covered this earlier this year.
Sadly, the 311 victims are only those who were brave enough to come forward to report the rapes and abuse. Many of the victims were children. The UN Secretary General confessed that this was only the tip of the iceberg. But how big is the iceberg?
“According to police, Dalglish was taken from a home in a district north of Kathmandu. Police said in a statement two girls, 12 and 14 years old, were “rescued” from the home. Police allege children were lured with a promise of education and foreign travel before they were sexually abused. Authorities said in the statement they are investigating whether more children may have been victims.”
Dalglish has quite the resume, apart from being a senior UN official he founded the charity known as “Street Kids International.” He was taken in by Nepal police on Sunday April 8th, as Xinhua news agency reported.
The Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) of Nepal Police wanted to question him.
Bringing The ‘Dark’ To ‘Light,’ It’s Really All One
If we want to move forward aas a human race, we have to look at the ‘darker’ aspects of humanity and bring them to light. We have to expose our ‘humanitarian’ organizations and ‘leaders’ who commit acts like this, so we can see the bigger picture about who we, as humanity, allows to be appointed to positions of power.
This type of activity is literally unbelievable, and the fact that multiple allegations of elite level pedophilia have been made public over a period of many years, is quite disturbing. To find out that someone whom you once looked up to, or someone who is praised in the eyes of the masses, is involved in such things can really be quite a big shock.
The most important thing, however, with such revelations, is not to direct the same energy into it. If we accuse, attack, blame, and punish, we’re really getting nowhere. Instead, we should look at the bigger picture, make the connections and find out why all of these elitist groups are engaged in such activity, and why they are continually portrayed to be the saviours of humanity.
This is one big human experience, the human mind labels certain experiences as ‘good’ or ‘bad,’ or ‘dark’ and ‘light,’ but the truth is, it’s just an experience, and we can change what doesn’t resonate about us anytime we choose. Although it’s hard to deliver a conscious take away from this story, as we try to do with all our other stories, it’s really about coming to grips with the fact that some dark things are happening on planet Earth, but our reaction and response to these things determine whether or not we are going to put a halt to it.
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While AI is often hailed as the future of economic development, there are many who are more wary of the technology’s advance. Right Rev Steven Croft set out his ‘commandments’ to address such concerns at a policy debate in London last week.
Bishop Croft had become worried after hearing evidence of the technology’s power while sitting on the Lords committee on AI, previously warning that “every development in Artificial Intelligence raises new questions about what it means to be human.”
Speaking at the event ‘Artificial Intelligence and Robotics: Innovation, Funding and Policy Priorities’, the Bishop created his own Decalogue for AI. Croft’s commandments focused on data protection, ethics, criminal subversion and restrictions on AI’s power “to destroy.”
The commandments contain general advice such as “AI should be designed for all, and benefit humanity” as well as more political dictums; “The application of AI should be to reduce inequality of wealth, health, and opportunity” and AI should not “subvert the values of our democracy.”
Rather than be a driver of economic gain, the bishop believes AI should be “…directed toward the most urgent problems facing humanity.” The list contains an inevitable reference to a robot revolution, warning: “The autonomous power to hurt or destroy should never be vested in artificial intelligence.”
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Brethren, our topic for this week’s column is the flu, because I have it.
I followed the advice of the Centers for Disease Control and got a vaccination, which may or may not have lessened my symptoms. But then I discovered I had neglected the most important prophylaxis of all: prayer.
This advice came from the evangelist Gloria Copeland, who with her husband, Kenneth, runs a religious empire based largely on faith healing. Copeland posted a video last week that argued, passionately if incoherently, either that the flu doesn’t actually exist (“We got a duck season, a deer season, but we don’t have a flu season”) or that faith can protect you from it (“inoculate yourself with the word of God”).
At a time when the CDC was warning that this year’s flu outbreak appears to be the worst in almost a decade, Copeland’s remarks went, uhh, viral. They also attracted unwanted attention to her connection to Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, on whose “evangelical advisory board” she and her husband served, alongside prominent Christian and Republican figures including Jerry Falwell Jr., Michele Bachmann and James Dobson. Apparently in response, a clarification went up on the Copeland Ministries website, insisting that “Gloria did not say or imply that you shouldn’t get a flu shot or see a doctor. Gloria and Kenneth Copeland Ministries value medicine and doctors and would never counsel someone not to seek medical care.”
That disclaimer would be more convincing if there weren’t copious evidence that Copeland actually does not value medicine, at least in comparison with the kind of healing that goes on in her church and at revivals. Her statement on the website was followed by pages of testimonials like this one, from “Terri”: “Tests showed I had a growth on my gallbladder and the doctor recommended surgery. We prayed and received healing by faith. Hands were laid on me and I never had another symptom.” As Copeland once preached: “We know what’s wrong with you. You’ve got cancer. The bad news is we don’t know what to do about it — except give you some poison that will make you sicker. Now, which do you want to do? Do you want to do that, or do you want to sit in here on a Saturday morning, hear the word of God and let faith come into your heart and be healed?”
At least since the time of Jesus, Christians have prayed for health. But Kurt Andersen, in his indispensable guide to American irrationality, Fantasyland, traces contemporary faith healing to the advent of the charismatic, ecstatic form of Christian worship known as Pentecostalism. After its heyday in the early decades of the 20th century, it was banished to the fringes of society for decades, only to reemerge in recent years under the guise of “prosperity gospel.” As preached by the Copelands, Oral Roberts, Joel Osteen and many others, one can think of prosperity gospel as a form of “applied religion,” by analogy to, say, “applied science,” that involves trying to obtain concrete rewards in the here and now, including financial success, personal happiness and overcoming adversity.
Such as the flu.
Andersen notes that this is not a practice confined to right-wing Christians. Seeking to cure cancer by praying is not more or less implausible than using crystals for the purpose. Oprah, that great font of national gullibility, was an early exponent of “The Secret,” a best-selling book by Rhonda Byrnes that repackaged prosperity gospel in secular form as “the law of attraction,” the idea that “the universe” would provide whatever you sought if you just thought about it long and hard enough.
Morally, this is deplorable. Byrne’s book never so much as raised the possibility that the awesome power she had discovered could be used for the benefit of anyone else — a hungry child, say — rather than grabbing jewelry, toys, lovers or a good parking spot. It’s also common knowledge that the “prosperity” in prosperity gospel mostly accrues to the people who preach it.
Metaphysically, it’s a muddle. Prayer doesn’t work all the time, obviously, so why does God heal some people and not others? How does he do it? The Bible verses that Copeland cites in support of her practice were written at a time when the human body was a black box, and there was no inherent reason to doubt that Jesus could raise someone from the dead. By 1987, though, when Oral Roberts made the same claim for himself, it was understood that restoring a corpse to life requires reversing a whole cascade of cellular processes for which there is no known, or even conceivable, mechanism. Does God go through each of the trillions of cells in a human body and jump-start the mitochondria?
Still, between coughing fits last week, I wondered: Could Copeland be on to something? I had relied on medical science to ward off the flu, and I got sick anyway. (Full disclosure: this is a self-diagnosis, based on my feeling the way Trump reportedly described the nations of Africa). What does science have to say about prayer as a form of medical prophylaxis?
It is part of the greatness of the scientific method that this question can be asked, and, within the limits of our present-day knowledge, answered. The first statistical study of so-called intercessory prayer was published in 1872 by the eminent Victorian scientist Sir Francis Galton, who noted that, notwithstanding the millions of prayers regularly offered in European countries for the health of their respective royal families, on average royals actually died younger — 64 years — than clergymen, lawyers, military officers, or members of all other genteel professions, excluding deaths by accident or violence.
I rest my case.
No, actually, I don’t, because scientists have continued to study the question — not by calculating the lifespan of kings, but with controlled experiments enlisting hundreds of subjects and modern statistical analysis. You can read an analysis by David R. Hodge of Arizona State University here, and another here. What seemed to Galton like a straightforward question of statistics turns out to pose all kinds of research conundrums. What kinds of prayer should be studied, and by whom? For what kinds of disease? Should the people prayed for be told in advance, and is their informed consent required? What measures should be used to determine if the prayers worked?
Each researcher answered those questions differently. A few studies, less than half, indicated a beneficial effect of intercessory prayer, but the effects were small. Often the outcomes involved obscure markers of recovery such as the incidence of certain specific surgical complications. God works in mysterious ways, but that’s a long way from being raised from the dead.
At least one researcher treated the whole question as a joke, and did an experiment to show that praying for patients years after they were sick — and in some cases, after they were already dead — was correlated with shorter hospital stays. (The paper was published in a peer-reviewed journal — the data was real, if nonsensical — and it has been cited by other researchers, leading to some professional angst about the ethics of scientific satire.)
The bottom line is that while we can’t prove that prayer works or doesn’t work, if it were a drug up for approval by the FDA, it likely wouldn’t qualify. Hodge says it would be classified as an “experimental” intervention.
Still, there’s no harm in it, is there? When people are sick, their families and friends want to feel they’re doing something, and praying for them, if nothing else, keeps them in mind. Last month White House press secretary Sarah Sanders asked people to pray for 9-year-old Sophia Marie Campa-Peters, who was about to undergo life-saving brain surgery. Those who responded undoubtedly felt good about themselves, Sophia and her parents took courage from the response, and Trump himself, at the National Prayer Breakfast last week, cited her recovery after “millions of people lifted Sophia up in their prayers.” Who could be against that — given, of course, that the prayers were viewed, properly, as supplemental to the surgery, rather than a substitute for it?
But that’s the catch: Some people do substitute faith for medical treatment. The Copelands’ own church was at the center of a measles outbreak in 2013, spread by children whose parents had failed to vaccinate them. The church denied that it discourages vaccination, but as one former member explained, “To get a vaccine would have been viewed by me and my friends and my peers as an act of fear — that you doubted God would keep you safe. … We simply didn’t do it.”
As public health officials have said repeatedly, an unvaccinated child isn’t just a risk to herself, but even to those who did receive a shot; the operative concept is “community [aka ‘herd’] immunity.” More broadly, the belief that we can turn our problems over to Jesus — or the “law of attraction” — can distract us from other urgent problems that require human solutions. And environmental problems in particular require those human solutions. This is a mindset that is compounded by the fact that many of the same people who turn to God to keep them from getting the flu also believe in the imminence of the End Times, which would render the melting of the polar ice caps an irrelevant inconvenience.
James Inhofe, the chair of the Senate Environmental Committee, has been especially forceful in this regard. His view is to let God handle global warming, since it’s out of humanity’s hands anyway. “God’s still up there,” he has said. “The arrogance of people to think that we, human beings, would be able to change what He is doing in the climate is to me outrageous.”
All I can say about that is, for Inhofe’s sake I hope he doesn’t take the same attitude toward his own health as he does toward the health of the Earth.
And as for me, I need a nap.
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A top adviser for Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign was allowed to keep his job after Clinton learned he had been accused of sexual harassment, The New York Times reports.
A 30-year-old staffer made a complaint at the time against Clinton’s faith adviser, Burns Strider. She said Strider had displayed inappropriate behavior: kissing her on the forehead, rubbing her shoulders and sending suggestive emails.
Clinton’s campaign manager, Patti Solis Doyle, suggested to the candidate that Strider be removed from his position, sources told the Times. But he stayed, according to the report. He was docked pay for several weeks and ordered to attend counseling. The woman who made the complaint was moved to a different role.
Strider later went on to work for Correct the Record, an independent group that supported Clinton’s 2016 presidential run. He was fired months after he started that job amid accusations that he harassed a female aide, according to the Times.
- This article originally appeared on HuffPost.
“We want [drug screens] to be routine in all medicine…”
It’s bad enough in 2018 that the war on drugs still exists in the deluded minds of government higher-ups, just as some states begin to legalize recreational marijuana. And just as they do, Attorney General Jeff Sessions dropped the bomb that the Federal Government ended its leniency toward states’ rights for medical marijuana. Thus, we devolve as a nation.
But the biggest blow to Americans was when Sessions’ DEA, although going after marijuana as a dangerous substance – in essence gave a Pharma opioid maker the rights to a partial national monopoly on synthetic THC!
What’s worse, it looks like the War on Drugs has just collided with Mad Medicine.
A top-level advisor to Attorney General Jeff Sessions wants doctors to drug test all their patients, and to force users, they suspect of addiction into rehabilitation against their will. If Robert DuPont gets his way, drug testing could become a required part of your visit to the doctor.
DuPont, 81, is one of a small group of drug-policy “experts” Sessions invited to a closed meeting last month to discuss federal response to marijuana legalization. He is one of the most hard-line and influential architects of the Drug War, having started out in the 1970’s as a liberal on the drug control issue. But by the 1980’s DuPont had taken a hard right turn, popularizing the long-debunked claim that cannabis is a “gateway drug.”
DuPont wants to force people into treatment for up to 5 years.
In an interview last year, DuPont pushed for expanding drug testing. His idea includes having physicians force patients whom they believe to have substance abuse problems to submit to drug tests, or lengthy stays in treatment facilities reports Newsweek.
“Among other things, he proposed giving doctors the authority to compel suspected substance abusers into treatment against their will,” reportsThe Daily Beast. “Once in treatment, patients could face up to five years of monitoring, including random drug tests.”
“We want [drug screens] to be routine in all medicine,” DuPont said. “Doctors already check for things like cholesterol and blood sugar, why not test for illicit drugs? Right now the public thinks that if we provide treatment the addicts will come and get well … that’s not true. So let’s use the leverage of the criminal justice system.”
It is quite the understatement to say that America has been ejected right off that proverbial slippery slope. Can you imagine anything more invasive when modern medicine and drug laws are already so intrusive?
DuPont doesn’t even want to try treatment but views all drug use as a forbidden crime for which there must be government intervention.
In 2010, he penned a national model bill that “called on cops to test anyone stopped for suspicion of driving under the influence for all controlled substances, and arresting them on the spot if the slightest trace showed up — regardless of the amount. While the bill includes an exemption for drivers with prescriptions, cannabis users would still get busted. Medical-marijuana patients don’t have prescriptions (due to federal law), just doctor recommendations.”
That bill would not only punish legal medical marijuana patients in states which permit its use, but anyone for any substance that is legal to consume – even alcohol or medicine. Any failure of a bodily drug test would constitute possession of the substance!
So with DuPont’s ideas, we could look forward to a nation of forced drug testing, invasive extraction of bodily fluids, zero tolerance of substances including alcohol or cold medicine, instant arrests and federal charges of crimes for any deviation. Bye, bye 4th Amendment.
A few notable things about DuPont:
- He was the former drug czar to Richard Nixon.
- Vaguely warned The Washington Post the marijuana would have “horrendous” effects on society.
- Although serving for the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) he later had ties to the drug-testing industry. (source)
- “In 2000, he appeared before the federal Food and Drug Administration, pushing for expanded hair follicle testing.” ! (source)
- Yes, it is and would be financially gainful for him to continue opposing friendly cannabis legislation. He was a ” paid consultant and shareholder in Psychemedics, which offered costly hair testing analysis.”
What else can we say? Whereas the state laws allowing cannabis freedom were a breath of fresh air in the midst of a war on freedom – we are heading back to the dinosaurs where the breath of aging, drug-war addled elites whispers into the ear of the Attorney General. President Trump is strangely absent from these conflicts.
Source Article from https://worldtruth.tv/marijuana-adviser-to-sessions-wants-to-drug-test-everyone/
Washington, D.C. – Renowned Nixon “dirty trickster,” and one of Donald Trump’s closest advisors, Roger Stone has warned that blood will flow in the streets of America if President Trump is impeached.
Stone clearly elicited how “an insurrection like you have never seen” would likely come to fruition if politicians attempt to remove Trump from the White House – specifically noting that those politicians “would be endangering their own life.”
Stone was clear that he “was not advocating violence” but simply “predicting it.”
The long-time Trump confidante said that an attempt to impeach the President would be met by armed resistance among Trump supporters.
“Try to impeach him, just try it. You will have a spasm of violence in this country, an insurrection like you’ve never seen,” he said. “The people will not stand for impeachment. A politician that votes for it would be endangering their own life.”
While Trump has done himself no favors with many of his policy moves, like Jeff Sessions renewed war on cannabis, there has, without question, been a concerted effort undertaken by elements of the “deep state” security bureaucracy, Clintonites and their mass media allies (Podesta, Wapo, CNN, etc.), and the Obama administration and its cronies in the security services (Clapper, Brennen, Comey, McCabe, Stroszek, etc.) to delegitimize and undermine Trump and his entire presidency.
When you come to understand the vast interconnectedness of the political parties (DNC & GOP), as simple vessels for the corporate security state, you realize the unique threat Trump’s stated plans of rapprochement with the Russians presents to the deep state and military industrial complex, which relies on the “Russian threat” as the driving force for trillions of dollars in military expenditures.
For example, the U.S. just began a trillion dollar upgrade of its nuclear arsenal.
What is the reason?
Well, of course, it’s due to maintaining nuclear parity with Russia, thus less tension with Russia equates to less money for the armaments industry.
The war on terror was determined to not be lucrative enough, in terms of big budget defense items, thus a pivot back to the “evil Russia” narrative as it allows for more F-35s, tanks, and nukes to be purchased.
Throughout the ongoing soft coup operation, the goal has been Trump’s eventual impeachment – with support for impeachment recently having risen to 40 percent among the American public, according to a poll by the Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) earlier this month.
Stone was clear that he believed the deep state operation was pushing the country towards a Civil War type scenario.
When asked by TMZ if he believed there would be “some sort of civil war” if the Trump was impeached, the long-time political strategist replied:
“Yes, that’s what I think will happen.
“Both sides are heavily armed… There would be violence on both sides.”
Stone, who was an early adviser in Trump’s presidential campaign and is believed to still be in contact with him regularly noted that:
“The people who are calling for impeachment are the people who didn’t vote for him. They need to get over it, they lost.”
“Sorry, he whipped Hillary Clinton’s ass. It’s over, you lost.”
Make no mistake that there is an ongoing, and slow moving, soft-coup taking place, that is being orchestrated by high-level politicians, and their cronies, who sit in powerful positions in the U.S. intelligence-security bureaucracy.
While it is important to show the behind the scene players in the soft coup, it is also important to point out that Trump has flip-flopped on nearly every promise in regard to foreign policy and has since begun carrying out the neocon agenda of war with Syria and Iran. It is also important to point out that although Trump may have sought rapprochement with Russia in the beginning of his presidency, multiple moves have been made by the Trump administration that do more to provoke the Russians that seek peace with them.
For those who would take up arms to defend any of the puppets in the White House, we urge you to reconsider. It matters not which talking head is in the White House as the upside down funnel of wealth extraction will continue as well as the growing police state and war. It is the establishment that is the problem who cannot be taken out with violence.
In the words of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., “Peace is not merely a distant goal that we seek, but a means by which we arrive at that goal.”
Source Article from http://thefreethoughtproject.com/trumps-closest-adviser-impeach-civil-war/
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