No Way Will Epstein Be Allowed to Expose Political Class Pedos

I will be sincerely surprised if the latest effort to put away child sex ring leader Jeffrey Epstein results in outing members of the political class.

And even if names are revealed—and quite a few already have—there is simply no way a criminal like Bill Clinton will be charged with raping minors and thrown in prison. 

Clinton, of course, is guilty of much more serious crimes, for instance, bombing the former Yugoslavia and killing hundreds of innocent people, including children, and burning men, women, and children alive at Waco. These crimes are now at best footnotes.

It has been known for a long time Bill Clinton is a sexual predator, and yet all the evidence of this, out there for the public to see, has yet to result in criminal charges against him. Both Bill and his wife are way above the law and more or less untouchable.

The corporate media routinely protects the political and financial elite. Case in point: the Franklin child prostitution ring uncovered and subsequently recovered up in the late 1980s. It received widespread media coverage and was called the largest pedophile scandal in US history. It involved a number of US politicians. 

And yet it disappeared from view. If you talk about the Franklin case, you’re considered a conspiracy nutter. Search on Google, and the first result will point to Wikipedia, which summarily dismisses the Franklin pedo scandal as a “carefully crafted hoax.,” as The New York Times put it in 1990. 

There is ample evidence the US government is the largest criminal organization in the world. It engages in drug dealing (Gary Webb paid with his life for shedding light on this), massive financial manipulation, and mass murder on a horrific scale, from Vietnam to Iraq and beyond (with hundreds of smaller violent crimes along the way). The people responsible for these crimes have never been brought to justice—and never will be so long as the current system continues to operate in Mafia-like fashion. 

You may recall what happened to Deborah Jeane Palfrey, the so-called DC Madam. Her client list reportedly included John McCain, Dick Cheney, Dick Morris, and other DC notables. She was found hanging in her mother’s backyard after insisting she would never commit suicide.

It is said Epstein will trade names for leniency. I don’t believe this is true. Revealing the names of politicians engaged in sex with underaged girls—and in the Franklin case, young boys—will almost certainly result in Epstein being found dead in his country club prison cell. He will likely serve the rest of his life silently wasting away in federal prison while the latest dust-up fades into the sunset.

Source: Another Day in the Empire

  1. JustPassingThrough says

    the american circus grinds on.
    “Welcome back my friends to the show that never ends
    We’re so glad you could attend, come inside, come inside”

  2. thomas malthaus says

    He’ll have to provide photos and video to have any chance of leniency.

    Should they exist, storage is probably cloud-based or somewhere within the Dark Web.

  3. Jonathan says

    The author may very well be wrong – Check out the Zero Hedge article:

  4. John C Carleton says

    The Damage control “articles” are already being published.

    ‘A Lesson On Word Smithing, Or Heres How They Cobble Together Propaganda For The American Head Up Assus Sheep To Eat!’

  5. Tom Jelinek says

    As soon as members of Congress start saying, “there are going to be revelations …”, read that as code for “If your name is among these, come and talk about what it will take to keep it out of the public eye.” And that’s for the mid-top tier. The absolute top tier will never even be threatened.

  6. CHUCKMAN says

    Although one might hope otherwise, likely, the author is right.

    After all, power is power, no matter how it is granted.

    And the American power establishment is very powerful.

    We see the most glaringly illegal acts underway in any number of places in the world where that establishment is at work.

    1. Jonathan says

      Whether Epstein gives up names or not, is found dead in his cell or not, should there not be digital data and forensics pointing to other players involved? The arrest of Epstein might easily be a first step that provides clues and grounds for additional investigations. His arrest may not be a panacea, but I would think it certainly opens up new avenues and possibilities.

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