The Normalization of Pedophilia
And so we see sporadic efforts to normalize pedophilia. Because pedophiles think that if they can just explain themselves, that we, the world, we will somehow sympathize with them.
“Child pornography collectors sometimes fixate on the boys and girls pictured in the horrific videos…Some of the offenders catalog and organize their collections. Some chat online among themselves, casually discussing the abuse.”
This sort of reporting stands out, because it attempts to grapple with the actual dimensions of the pedophile pandemic. The vast majority of reporting on child porn focuses on individual cases, leaving the mammoth elephant still standing in the room. Nobody knows how big the child porn pandemic is.
Despite all this, the Wikipedia entry on PizzaGate terms it a "debunked conspiracy theory," which has been "extensively discredited by a wide array of organizations, including the District of Columbia Police Department."
Likewise, without addressing the problematic contents of Mr. Alefantis’s Instagram account, The New York Times dismisses the concerns of millions of people who read the Podesta email files, and who realized that something is seriously, fundamentally amiss.
As I said before, this is not the only time that The New York Times suppressed pedophile reporting by a long shot. One AP article for example recounted in the pages of The New York Times details of the pedophile scandal in Norway that inexplicably vanished.
After an editorial decision by unknown defenders of pedophiles, one article, and probably many more, simply vanished. Certainly there were more. We just caught The New York Times in the act, this one time.
The Norwegian pedophile scandal could be one of the biggest in modern history, with authorities in Norway seizing 150 terabytes of data including photos, videos and chat transcripts between pedophile networks.
Operation DARKROOM implicated “top politicians, lawyers and authorities,” and multiple media outlets “conducted a coordinated coverup of the Norwegian case by refusing to publish any details of it in their newspapers.”
“Among the 51 perpetrators said to be involved, 20 have been arrested. The list of the accused includes “highly educated” individuals, including two former or elected politicians, one teacher, a lawyer and a police officer.”
One Norwegian publication, Tadens Krav, reported that the material depicted penetration of toddlers, children being tied, children who have sex with animals and with other children.
“One of the accused men had a pregnant girlfriend and planned with another to commit offenses against the child when it was born…Some of the accused performed abuses directly online, including atrocities against their own children.”
With its problematic editorial stance, The New York Times abets the child porn crisis, as it focuses readers on specific cases, and never, ever, addresses pedophilia as an epidemic.
In the meantime, arrests continue. In August, 2017, the FBI arrested 8 members of “a pedophile ring” in “two vans “filled with children” in New Mexico. Law enforcement officials confirmed that “those arrested were part of a religious “paramilitary” pedophilia cult that was trafficking children across the US to other child abuse networks.”
A raid and arrests at “a property controlled by the Aggressive Christianity Training Corps” resulted in 100 counts of “sexual abuse filed against sect member Peter Green.”
Local media described cult property as a “secretive religious militia compound,” and stated that law enforcement considers the sect a “religious militia.”
Then local reporting stated that the militia was categorized as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center, surely one of the worst mechanisms of intolerance and misunderstanding in modern American society.
We can almost sympathize with the ACTC without knowing anything about them, as their characterization as a cult and a sect marginalizes them.
As for Peter Green, he stands accused of 100 counts of sexual abuse of a minor, “a girl investigators say was raped at least four times a week since she was 7.”
Indeed, an apparent campaign to marginalize all reporting on PedoGate continues, with Reddit deleting the tweet “Pizzagate is real” sent to 4 million followers by the creator of the computer game Minecraft, Mr. Markus “Notch” Persson.
The PedoGate suppression campaign occurs in meatspace, as well, not simply on the internet. Journalist Liz Crokin went so far as to post a video on YouTube stating that she is not suicidal, so if she mysteriously dies, suicide will not be the reason.
Ms. Crokin, in fact, refers to the vast crowd-sourced investigation into both PizzaGate and PedoGate, but asks for our prayers for those “brave enough to expose the truth on this horrendous scandal and coverup and especially for the children who are being tortured and ritualistically sexually abused by these elite monsters.”
She specifically alluded to the Clintons, placing her squarely in PizzaGate terrain, saying that “the evidence they have uncovered on Hillary Clinton and PedoGate is about to “blow the lid off PizzaGate.”
Then in August 2017, NeonNettle reported that a “Dutch banker who spoke out earlier this year to expose Illuminati secrets, including details of a Satanic child killing pedophile ring, has been found dead in Florida.”
Ronald Bernard called 911 at 1546 hrs, 3:46PM on 25 August, “saying he got lost after leaving for a walk at 1PM on the nature trail on the west end of Sun ’n Lake in Sebring,” Florida.
Deputies who pinged his cell phone asked him to remain stationary, but he called back several times, “he said his life was in danger.” Their last contact with him was at 1613 hrs, 6:13PM.
At 2024 hrs, 8:24PM, a Polk County helicopter finally spotted Mr. Bernard, “who was face down in the shallow water about 300 yards away from the last known location of his cell phone.”
NeonNettle writes, “Ronald Bernard blew the whistle on occult practices and child sacrifice among banking industry elites, describing his experiences in a gut-wrenching TV interview that went viral earlier this year.”
“Sharing explicit details about the way the Illuminati uses child sacrifice to test and blackmail its members, he said he was asked to sacrifice a child at a party.”
The video is posted on another NeonNettle page. Bernard is believable when he recounts his experience.
“To put it carefully, most people followed a not very mainstream religion. These people, most of them, were Luciferians. And then you can say, religion is a fairytale, God doesn’t exist, none of that is real. Well for these people it is truth and reality, and they served something immaterial which they called Lucifer.”
He continues, “So I went to places called Churches of Satan. So I visited these places and they were doing their Holy Mass with naked women and liquor and stuff.”
Then he explains that he was called to commit murder, sacrifice a child, and he was unable.
“The purpose of everything in that world is that they have everybody in their pocket. You need to be susceptible to blackmail.”
He explains, “The reason the first 10 tribes were banished to Babylonia was because of these rituals with children. Including the sacrifice of children, so this is pertinent, all of this made me believe, because I realized there was more to life than meets the eye. There is a whole invisible world. It is real.”
He emphasizes that the Illuminati is real. “It is a real entity.”
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What to do about systemic, pandemic pedophilia? Most law enforcement crackdowns attack artificially defined components of the crisis, not the pandemic in its entirety, and most of all, law enforcement fails to actually define the vast dimensions of the entire problem.
Nonetheless, piecemeal efforts should be continued. They are better than nothing, and they do get pedophiles off the street. But they should be recognized as artificially defined, limited efforts, and the first thing that must be done is we must acknowledge the gigantic proportions of pedophilia not just as an epidemic, but as a pandemic, and as a crisis.
Regrettably, one thing that we should not do, despite grievous provocation, is set pedophiles on fire, as one mother did after she caught her husband raping their 7 year old daughter.
Mrs. Tatanysha Hedman, 40, of Renton, Washington state, soaked her husband, Vincent Phillips, aged 52, in fuel as he slept beside her and then she set him on fire. According to police reports, she said “Shooting him would have been nice too, but it would have been too nice for him.”
Mrs. Hedman was arrested on charges of assault and arson. Mr. Phillips, aside from his “life-changing” burns, was scheduled to be charged with first-degree child molestation after his release from Harborview Medical Center.
Another thing that we must do is reject efforts by the Catholic Church, surely the epitome of institutionalized pedophilia, to interfere with legislation eliminating statutes of limitations that prevent victims from bringing charges against pedophile priests and lay brothers accused of historical acts of pedophilia.
There can be no statute of limitations where pedophilia is concerned. Therapists confirm that victims often cannot face their abuse for decades, and sometimes they can never face it, despite the corrosive effect that molestation causes in their lives.
Honoring an artificial statute of limitations for crimes of pedophilia makes us as a culture complicit in the most noxious crimes against the defenseless. Reject this complicity.
Honoring a statute of limitations for acts of pedophilia is tantamount to taking a step towards normalizing it.
Only the Catholic Church could lamely justify its lobbying efforts saying that public school teachers molest children in some cases at a greater rate than pedophile priests.
Only the Catholic Church could claim that eliminating the statute of limitations on crimes of pedophilia is “anti-Catholic.”
Have we not reviewed innumerable examples of clerical rape? And worst of all, have we not confirmed that the managers and administrators of the Church, the bishops and the cardinals, even sometimes the popes, protected the Church as an institution, ignoring the infinite harm caused by pedophiles proliferating throughout the Vatican itself?
The Catholic League wrote:
“If the statute of limitations were lifted on offenses involving the sexual abuse of minors, the only winners would be greedy and bigoted lawyers out to line their pockets in a rash of settlements.”
Like those settlements that have bankrupted serial diocese, perhaps?
The Catholic League continued, “The big losers would be the poor, about whom the attorneys and activists care little: When money is funneled from parishioners to lawyers, services to the needy suffer.”
|The Catholic League defends the pedophile culture within Roman Catholicism. The Catholic League.|
Anyone looking at the resplendent lives of luxury lived by the archbishops and the cardinals and the popes in the Vatican inevitably concludes that the Vatican will be the first entity demolished by Jesus Himself when He finally returns. What happened to vows of poverty?
And while the grotesque wealth flaunted at the Vatican is hypocritical and offensive in the extreme, it pales in gravity next to systemic, institutionalized pedophilia.
|Pope Benedict XVI receives the Roman Curia for Christmas blessings. The Blaze.|
Even the Italian mafia famously warned the Vatican that threatening to excommunicate mafiosi would result in the mafia withdrawing its unofficial protection of the Vatican from ISIS terrorists.
Without mafia protection, Giovanni Gambino warned, ISIS could “overrun the Vatican and turn it into a mosque within 15 years.”
Further, the Pope forgave South American priests guilty of pedophilia, Mr. Gambino emphasized, and if “priests who are caught raping children deserve a second chance then so do they.”
Now that I point it out to you, we all realize that the campaign to normalize pedophilia continues. Pedophiles and their protectors insist that PizzaGate does not exist, it is fake news, and pedophiles are normal human beings who happen to have perverse predilections, at no fault to themselves.
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This is my 46th installment on the pedophilia epidemic.
Read dispatches 1-45 and forthcoming segments at magickingdomdispatch.com, or on Medium: https://medium.com/@estebantrujillodegutierrez.