Thursday, November 16, 2017

Light On The Pedophiles Hiding In The Shadows!

Pedophile smiling as he's been arrested. 

NAVY SEAL: 3000 Elite Pedophiles Arrested – Media Silent
Published on Jun 29, 2017

Evidence Shows Pedophiles Rule The Earth
The Alex Jones Channel
Published on Mar 31, 2017

John Podesta BUSTED! Caught Spewing Endless LIES About #Pizzagate
Published on Feb 22, 2017

YouTube Pedophiles Exposed
Relevant Truth
Published on Jan 14, 2017

The Darkest Secrets Revealed - Ole Dammegard & Carine Hutsebaut
Published on Dec 7, 2016

PizzaGate is just the tip of the ICEBERG -- Ole Dammegard
Published on Nov 27, 2016
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Pedophiles Exposed Worldwide
On Facebook
Hollywood pedophile ring will be exposed, actor Corey Feldman claims
Published time: 26 Oct, 2017
Edited time: 27 Oct, 2017
© Lucy Nicholson / Reuters
Actor Corey Feldman has announced he is ready to expose the Hollywood child sex abuse ring he has alluded to in the past. Feldman has repeatedly said he was sexually abused as a child star, while his friend, the late Corey Haim, was allegedly raped at 11.
Feldman, who starred in 1980s movies including Stand By Me and The Lost Boys, has spoken about his experiences with sexual predators in Hollywood, but has always declined to name names due to fears he would be sued, as the statute of limitations has already expired
Now, he says he will make a documentary on the rampant child sex abuse ring that will “literally change the entertainment system as we know it.”
“I believe that I can also bring down, potentially, a pedophile ring that I have been aware of since I was a child,” he said in a video posted to his YouTube page.
According to Feldman, he can “name six names, one of them who is still very powerful today.” He also said he has a story that can connect pedophilia to one of the major studios and wants to “bring to light what is happening in the world of entertainment as far as perverts and pedophiles [go].”
The child actor is appealing for $10 million in funding to make the documentary, which will include money for his own security and a legal team.
Feldman’s claims have been given new attention in the wake of a deluge of allegations of sexual harassment and rape made against the Miramax producer Harvey Weinstein. He said his social media followers have grown by 30,000 since he began speaking about it again.
“I’ve been silenced my whole life,” Feldman said, adding that since announcing his plan a few days ago he was arrested and had a near death experience when two trucks came speeding at him at the same time. “Several of my band members decided to quit because they’re afraid for their lives,” he said.

Allegations of child sex abuse in Hollywood have been raised in the past, with the 2015 documentary, Open Secret, detailing pedophilia in the film industry.
Last year, former child actor Elijah Wood also referred to the issue, saying his own family protected him from what he described as “darkness in the underbelly.”
“If you can imagine it, it’s probably happened,” he said.
Feldman says has taken measures to ensure his revelations come to light even if something happens to him. He has written down the names and details of the events and they’re being looked after by someone in power.
Feldman plans to self-distribute the film so that it doesn’t have to depend on studios to be seen.
Hugh Hefner was inspired by this twisted researcher who employed pedophiles
Carol Archebelle
September 28, 2017
(Kingdom Works)Hugh Hefner has died overnight at the age of 91.
Most people know of Hefner as the founder of Playboy magazine and a driving force in legalizing pornography.
What they don’t know is that, as a virgin in college, Hefner swore his devotion to another man.
That man was Dr. Alfred Kinsey.
The Kinsey Reports, a set of books on sexual behavior released in the late 1940s and early 1950s, were the beginning of the end for sexual morality in our traditionally Judeo-Christian nation.
To Kinsey, all the sexual perversions anyone could imagine fell into the realm of normal, and (in a quantum leap of faulty logic) therefore moral, behavior. He also claimed that humans were sexual at birth.
His methods of collecting data, however, were questionable at best.
Dr. Judith Reisman is a world historian on the destruction of human sexuality who has fought the pornography industry for decades and even won a lawsuit against Playboy.
“I looked at the graphs he provided and I said, ‘Wait a minute, that is a two month old baby,’” Dr. Reisman shared about her review of Dr. Kinsey’s research.  “How does he know a two month old baby did or did not have an orgasm?”
“He also employed bona fide pedophiles to do what they did to children for his so-called data,” Dr. Reisman revealed during an interview on the Conquer Series, a powerful film series helping men find freedom from pornography. 
Dr. Kinsey’s research was also partially based on the collection of data and confessions of Nazi pedophile Dr. Fritz von Balluseck, who raped hundreds of children.
Nevertheless, Kinsey’s work became the foundation for the sex educational structure and changes in sodomy and abortion laws, as well as the near-total sexual morality erosion in today’s world.
Kinsey’s goal was to change our belief about ourselves by making us believe that we are sexual at birth.  When our beliefs change, our behaviors change.
As a virgin in college, Hefner heard Dr. Kinsey’s message and decided he would champion it.
“He said, ‘I will be Kinsey’s pamphleteer,’” recounted Dr. Reisman.
Hefner life’s work became to not only legalize pornography but distribute it on a massive scale.
Though he is now gone, his dark legacy continues.
Global porn revenue exceeds $97 billion per year … with $13 billion of that coming from the U.S.
Forty million adults regularly visit porn sites, and pornography use is the number one reason why men in the church seek counseling.
Men are in the sexual battle for their lives and are desperate for a way out.
Thankfully, there are thousands of churches who are starting to run the Conquer Series, already helping over 450,000 men kick-start their journey toward freedom from porn.
Dr. Ted Roberts, a former pastor and Marine fighter pilot who has a 90 percent success rate in helping men break free from pornography and walk in freedom, is the host of the Biblically based DVD series.
The Conquer Series presents the battle plan for purity. Churches in over 65 countries are using the five-week course.

Police: 'Pedophile' Hugh Hefner Was Murdered
David Zublick Channel
Published on Oct 1, 2017
High-Level Politicians Arrested in HUGE Pedophile Sting
by Angie
Posted on July 7, 2017
A GLOBAL PEDOPHILE NETWORK on the Dark Web has been shut down, resulting in THOUSANDS arrested, including “high-level politicians”, entertainers, white collar professionals and high-ranking clergy members, according to several sources.
German prosecutors said Thursday, July 6, that they had shut down a major platform used by “elite pedophiles” for organizing the sexual abuse of children, which led to the arrest of its suspected ringleader and senior members of the “pedophile community” in Germany and abroad.
The sting, dubbed Operation Elysium, was launched on the eve of the G20 in Hamburg, throwing the global summit into disarray after key members of at least two European delegations were held by police, according to YourNewsWire.
Prosecutors released a statement saying Elysium “was used for global exchanges of child pornography by its members and to arrange meetings to sexually abuse children.”  Further arrests have been made globally following the initial raid, in a joint effort involving international law enforcement agencies.  According to Neonnettle, there were  over 87,000 members trading images and videos of “the most serious sexual abuse of children, including babies, and representations of sexual violence against children.”
The “Elysium” platform, built as a forum, has existed since the end of 2016, and was only accessible via the so-called Darknet, Frankfurt public prosecutor’s office and BKA Federal Police said in a statement, according to Reuters, who is also reporting the arrests.
Police have arrested several users of the website, mainly in Germany and Austria, the police statement said.
RT reports the unidentified man who was the site’s suspected operator, was arrested on June 12, when police raided his apartment seizing the server used to host the site.  He has been sentenced to 30 years.
This latest bust comes just two months after nearly 900 members of a global ‘dark web’ pedophile ring spanning Europe and the Americas were arrested following a two-year investigation by the FBI and Europol, also reported by RT.
“The suspect is believed to have been largely responsible for the creation of the technical infrastructure of the platform as its administrator,” prosecutors said, adding that they had found the server used to store the site’s data on the so-called darknet during a search of his flat.  Investigators are currently sifting through the data retrieved in the raids, in hopes that the information could lead to thousands MORE arrests worldwide, as reported by Neonnettle.
Authorities have not divulged exactly how many suspects have been arrested. More details will be made available in a press conference today.

As The Free Thought Project points out, surprisingly, the network of nearly 90,000 individuals is not even the largest bust in history!  Another online Darknet pedophile platform called Playpen was dismantled earlier this year, and 58-year-old American Steven Chase was sentenced to 30-years in federal prison. Chase was held responsible for the existence of Playpen, a child pornography network established in 2014, which had 150,000 active pedophiles on the site.
Police arrest pedophile as he was about to rape a 13-year-old boy
The 40-year-old man had previously been charged with raping 14-year-old girl in 2014, but walked free
Wednesday, March 04, 2015
The police arrested a 40-year-old man in Korydallos on Monday as he was preparing to sexually assault a 13-year-old boy in a specially-converted van.
According to the police report, the 40-year-old man, who owns a mini market in Kipoupoli, found his victims on line and would often offer to “solve” problems a home or at school. The police came across the 40-year-old during a child pornography operation and placed him under surveillance. After he arranged to meet with his intended victim, the police launched an operation for his arrest.
The 40-year-old man had converted a white van where he raped and sexually assaulted young boys, by installing a bed, lighting and a fan. Inside the van the police found many sweets and deserts, alongside other items he used to satisfy his urges. Child pornography was also found on his mobile phone.
After being processed, it appears that the 40-year-old pedophile had previously been accused of rape last year. The 40-year-old, who is said to have exclusively assaulted boys, reportedly raped a 14-year-old girl “by mistake”, as the nickname she used online was ambiguous. He was arrested and a case-file was promptly sent to the judicial authorities, however he was later released.
This development has caused great tension and the authorities are now trying to discover how the 40-year-old was allowed to walk free.
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World Wide Arrests in Human Trafficking!

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Will the FBI Arrest High Level Pedophiles?

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World Turning a Blind Eye to Pedophiles!

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And let's not forget Pizzagate!

What's With John Podesta?

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PizzaGate and the Benghazi Connection!

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Richie Allen Interview with Sofia Smallstorm on PizzaGate and Other Topics!

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Clintons Tied to Child Trafficking in Haiti!

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PizzaGate: the Recent Pedophilia Scandal Involves White House!

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Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Trump and Mueller Pull The Biggest Sting In History!

Trump & Mueller
Sessions & Trump
Putin & Trump

You Won't Believe All That Is Being Exposed Now!!!
Published on Nov 14, 2017

Trump-Mueller Sting: 300 High-Level PizzaGate Indictments
David Zubick Channel
Published on Nov 13, 2017
Robert Mueller's Coup D'Etat?
Published on Nov 9, 2017

You're About To Witness What Was An Impossibility Just One Year Ago
Published on Nov 8, 2017
With Trump Back In D.C., Mueller's Investigation Enters The West Wing
Tamara Keith
November 15, 2017
Special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation has entered the West Wing — aides working in the White House. Mueller's team is charged with looking into whether anyone on Donald Trump's campaign worked with the Russians who attacked the 2016 election.
Andrew Harnik/AP
Special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation has entered the West Wing.
Mueller's team is charged with looking into whether anyone on President Trump's campaign worked with the Russians who attacked the 2016 election, so it was inevitable that investigators would want to talk with aides now working in the White House.
Some, like top adviser and son-in-law Jared Kushner, communications director Hope Hicks and policy adviser Stephen Miller, were key players in the campaign as well.
Their outside lawyers did not respond to requests for comment, but Ty Cobb, the outside attorney brought in to help the White House, spoke with NPR about the probe.
"The interviews ideally will be completed by Thanksgiving or shortly thereafter," he said.
Cobb declined to get into the details of whom or even how many aides will ultimately face questioning.
"I sort of have a blood oath with Mueller that I don't get into that," he said. "It complicates his job. And it sort of defeats the confidence that people here have in me to protect them. So I can't talk about the 'who, what and where' stuff."
Cobb was asked whether this was simply a first round of interviews, focusing on lower level staff, and he insisted no, this would be all of them.
"It's pretty well set," he said. "I mean it's conceivable they may have isolated people back on, you know, on issues that they fail to ask them about," he added.
In fact, Cobb said, one aide had already been called back for a second conversation that lasted about 20 minutes.
Mueller's team has reportedly already spoken to former administration officials Sean Spicer and Reince Priebus. Members of the White House counsel's staff are on Mueller's list as well.
In addition to campaign activities like the June 2016 Trump tower meeting with a Russian delegation attended by the president's son and top aides, Mueller's investigation is also understood to be looking into the drafting of a misleading statement about that meeting, the firing of FBI Director James Comey and the case of former national security adviser Michael Flynn.
The many issues at stake in the sprawling imbroglio don't make life any easier for White House aides who must pay their lawyers and deal with investigators at the same time they try to do their day jobs.
"If everything were good and nobody had done anything, or met with the Russians, or talked about meetings with the Russians or emailed about meetings with the Russians — if everything were good, it would still be stressful," said Lanny Davis, a lawyer who served in the Clinton White House for two years handling the response to Ken Starr's independent counsel investigation.
"You would be worried about innuendo in the media, which convicts you even if there are no facts. You have the danger of being smeared in headlines nowadays especially on the Internet, where there are no facts at all. It's just pure rumors.
Davis says he's spoken with members of the Trump administration who were looking for advice about whether to hire private lawyers — yes, he said — and how to structure a White House in the midst of an investigation — try not to let it permeate everything.
Davis says he even spoke to Trump's former top adviser Steve Bannon.
But no matter how hard White House officials try to isolate the investigation, to put it out of their mind and focus on their work, "it's like a cloud or mist that never goes away," he told NPR.
Davis remembered how in the Clinton White House, everyone was so afraid of getting into the investigative crosshairs that many people stopped taking notes. He used 3-by-5 notecards that, as a practice, he'd throw out at the end of the day. He imagines aides in the Trump White House are experiencing similar highs and lows.
"You're so thrilled to be there, and when you walk down the driveway early in the morning and you see the house lit up and you think, 'Gosh, Abraham Lincoln walked down these very same stones,' " said Davis.
"You say, 'I'm so lucky to be here.' And then you walk into your office and you turn the lights on and you suddenly see some 3-by-5 cards from notes you took the day before and you think, 'Oh my God, I didn't throw those away last night. Now what do I do?' "
For his part, current White House special counsel Ty Cobb, who projects a permanently unruffled attitude, insists aides in the Trump administration are sanguine about the whole thing.
"I don't think there's, you know, much angst here," he said. Getting the truth out will be better than the worst of the breathless reporting on the investigation, Cobb argued.
That's why, he said, under Cobb's guidance, the White House posture has been full cooperation with the investigation. He also praised the investigative team itself.
"I think it's been highly professionally done. And I think they have moved with an alacrity that they're proud of and that the American people can be proud of," said Cobb.
Even so, the president and his allies often undercut the investigation, calling it a "witch hunt," or suggesting the real scandal involves Democrats.
As for how much longer the special counsel's microscope will stay on the president and his administration, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders insists things are nearing the conclusion. Cobb, on the other hand, says the timeline is up to Mueller.
Trump May Think Mueller Probe Is ‘Witch Hunt,’ But Voters Don’t Agree, Poll Shows
By Harriet Sinclair
November 15, 2017
Most voters think Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into alleged collusion between President Donald Trump’s campaign team and Russia is being conducted “fairly,” a new poll shows.
Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday showed 60 percent of the 1,577 people surveyed believed Mueller was conducting the investigation fairly, while 27 percent did not believe this was the case.
The results of the poll, conducted November 7 through 13, come despite ongoing protestations from Trump that the Russia probe is a “witch hunt” and amid increasing concern about Mueller’s job security under the president.
Indeed, at the end of September the topic was discussed before the Senate Judiciary Committee, with legal experts unsure about whether Congress would be able to protect Mueller from being dismissed.
It is widely known that the president is not happy with the direction of the Russia investigations, with previous reports describing Trump as “fuming” over the Mueller probe and blaming Attorney General Jeff Sessions for the appointment of the special counsel in May.
Voters appear split on the repercussions for Trump should he move to dismiss Mueller. The Quinnipiac poll, which has a margin of error of +/- 3 percentage points, showed 47 percent believe the president should be impeached if he hands Mueller a pink slip.
Trump has also recently come under fire for publicly stating that he accepts President Vladimir Putin’s assurances that there was no attempt by Russia to influence the outcome of the U.S. presidential election.
Following a meeting with the Russian leader on the sidelines of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit last weekend, Trump suggested he would no longer ask Putin about the alleged election interference.
“Every time he sees me he says, ‘I didn’t do that,’ and I really believe that when he tells me that, he means it. I think he is very insulted by it," Trump said, though he did walk back on the comments after the U.S. intelligence community balked.
During a press conference later, the president appeared to attempt to appease both U.S. intelligence agencies and Putin, commenting: “I believe that he feels that he and Russia did not meddle in the election," Trump clarified. "As to whether I believe it or not, I am with our agencies, especially as currently constituted with the leadership.”
First on CNN: First charges filed in Mueller investigation
By Pamela Brown, Evan Perez and Shimon Prokupecz, CNN
Mon October 30, 2017
Washington (CNN)A federal grand jury in Washington on Friday approved the first charges in the investigation led by special counsel Robert Mueller, according to sources briefed on the matter.
The charges are still sealed under orders from a federal judge. Plans were prepared Friday for anyone charged to be taken into custody as soon as Monday, the sources said. It is unclear what the charges are.
A spokesman for the special counsel's office declined to comment. The White House also had no comment, a senior administration official said Saturday morning.
Mueller was appointed in May to lead the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
Under the regulations governing special counsel investigations, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who has oversight over the Russia investigation, would have been made aware of any charges before they were taken before the grand jury for approval, according to people familiar with the matter.
On Friday, top lawyers who are helping to lead the Mueller probe, including veteran prosecutor Andrew Weissmann, were seen entering the court room at the DC federal court where the grand jury meets to hear testimony in the Russia investigation.
Reporters present saw a flurry of activity at the grand jury room, but officials made no announcements.
Shortly after President Donald Trump abruptly fired then-FBI Director James Comey, Rosenstein appointed Mueller as special counsel. Mueller took the reins of a federal investigation that Comey first opened in July 2016 in the middle of the presidential campaign.
Mueller is authorized to investigate "any matters that arose or may arise directly from the investigation," according to Rosenstein's order.
The special counsel's investigation has focused on potential collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, as well as obstruction of justice by the President, who might have tried to impede the investigation. CNN reported that investigators are scrutinizing Trump and his associates' financial ties to Russia.
Mueller's team has also examined foreign lobbying conducted by former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, former national security adviser Michael Flynn and others. His team has issued subpoenas for documents and testimony to a handful of figures, including some people close to Manafort, and others involved in the Trump Tower meeting between Russians and campaign officials.
Last year, the Comey-led investigation secured approval from the secret court that oversees the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act to monitor the communications of Manafort, as well as former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page, as part of the investigation into Russian meddling.
In addition to Mueller's probe, three committees on Capitol Hill are conducting their own investigations.
CNN's Marshall Cohen, Mary Kay Mallonee, Laura Robinson and Ryan Nobles contributed to this report.