Fact or Fiction. Who do you trust?
Let me start by asking you a couple of questions. How many children do you have? How many grandchildren? Do you think that they are safe as you read this? Odds are pretty good that they are. I say again, they are pretty good.
Now let me mention a couple of names: Sandusky, Fogel, Hastert and Epstein. I would add to that Clinton. What do these names have in common. All trusted men, in positions of authority-leaders all of our young children. The first four were convicted of sex crimes against under age men and women (the first three against young men). Clinton was impeached for a likely sex crime against a young intern. Had we forgotten about these names?
Let me now mention false stories contributed by the Mainsteam Media (MSM). The weapons of mass destruction. How many lives did that cost? That Trump could not win the election. Network anchor Brian Williams assertion that he faced enemy fire in Irag-disproved by statements of soldiers on that same chopper. MSM statement that the Syrian rebels were moderates, without jihadist views-left a country devastated, and untold dead. And on and on-there are so many. Consider also the false views that the MSM has foisted on the public, that we are the good guys, that you can trust your doctor, your lawyer, your local politicians, congress, the president, your father.
A recent article suggested that 92% of women diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder had been victims of early childhood sexual abuse. My experience working at a mental health crisis program showed that well over half of the women who came our way had been sexually abused, and many men as well, though they were less likely to acknowledge this.
Now for a couple of news stories from the so-called "fake news." InfoWars, and Educate-Yourself both predicted a Trump victory. They likewise have not forgotten the previous names, and have been willing to add to this list the names of Podesta, and Alifonti And yet, they have been accused by MSM of posting fake news.
It is estimated that between 100,000 and 300,000 children a year "fall into" the sex trafficking network in America alone. Now this is from a story by the Huffington Post. (11/2/2014). I would suggest that a significant number are runaways. But how many are just taken? Taken! And never found. Do you think that this could not happen to your child. To your grand child. Check your windows and doors. How is your security system working? Oh don't have one?
Allow me to mention a couple of other names: Kyron Horman and Johnny Gosch, both young men who disappeared, and who have not been found to this date. What do we think? Did they both run away? Not likely at 4-8 years old. Were they killed? Possibly. But seriously what do you think? Now me, sceptic that I am, always think the worst, a flaw that does not often fail me. The worst is that they were sold into sexual slavery.
The Johnny Gosch story is an interesting one. He was a young paperboy who disappeared, I think in the late 80's from Des Moines, Iowa. During Bush junior's presidency a phony journalist, named Jeff Gannon showed up at his press conferences. He tossed the president "softball" questions, and his credentials were questioned by many. He turned out to be a male prostitute. Freedom of Information requests showed that the Secret Service documented over 200 visits by Gannon to the White House. This is another example of alternative media reporting as the MSM said nothing. There are many who believed that Gannon was Johnny Gosch. There was, apparently, no way to prove this, and the alternative media was quick to acknowledge this. Do we imagine that the MSM would have admitted that there was no evidence.
I think that one conclusion we could draw from all of this is that sexual abuse, and pedaphilia are rampant. It is also clear that sexual trafficking is epidemic. I recently saw a map of the US which showed the location of sex trafficking cases. The entire eastern half of the country was covered-the western half less so still much like the worst case of measles you have ever seen.
Another conclusion that could be drawn is that the Mainstream Media is the fake news, and what many are calling the fake news, the alternative news sites, are the real news. I do not say this across the board, however, from a personal point of view-I only rely on one or two, I have come to trust alternative news, by a wide margin over the MSM. I would admit that like most of life, there are good and bad on each side. I would also admit that some of the wildest tales, rivaled only by tales told by the MSM, come from left field nut balls from off the wall sites. One site that I trust is Educate-Yourself. On numerous times over the past fifteen years, when I have been overwhelmed by fear porn produced most likely by the CIA, and distributed by the MSM, I have turned to Educate-Yourself for a little bit of balance, for a little bit of what I discovered to be the truth, at least as the owner of the site, Ken Adachi, saw it. Over the years I have had a conversation or two with Ken, and have always found him genuine, and dedicated in his pursuit of reality. This site is to me a library of "alternative" views, that is an often affirming, for example alternatives to the mutilation and poisoning treatments for cancer; believable, as in the continued pursuit of who killed Kennedy; and unrelenting in the quest to expose those who have for so many years imprisoned the American public. Not surprisingly, Educate-Yourself was among the 200 alternative sites exposed by the Washington Post as "fake news" and agents of Russia. Bullshit.
I cannot vouch for all 200-I only have read a half dozen or so, and do not follow any, regulary other than Educate-Yourself. But it does seem odd that this accusation follows so closely the exposure of the scandal known as Pizzagate. I am not an expert on Pizzagate, and will not discuss it hear. What is clear is that this perversion is everywhere. It is in Washington, in Chicago. It is in your hometown. It could very well be in your house.
What has surprised, oh maybe not, is that many of those who have screamed so loudly about the election, something they feel maybe a little in their control, are the same who have gravitated toward believing the accusations of fake news, particularly as relates to pedaphilia, something that they feel beyond their control. I understand this. How can we even begin to think that our children are not safe, that one moment your child is safe in your care, and the next gone forever. We cannot even consider this.
But Kyron Horman, and Johnny Gosch had parents who have had to face just that. A child that you love, a part of you, now missing and gone forever.
And yet, here is the really disturbing part. The Washington Post has, more or less, acknowledged that their story is fake. As Tyler Durden wrote in the Ridgewood Blog:
"In the latest example why the “mainstream media” is facing a historic crisis of confidence among its readership, facing unprecedented blowback following Craig Timberg November 24 Washington Post story “Russian propaganda effort helped spread ‘fake news’ during election, experts say”, on Wednesday a lengthy editor’s note appeared on top of the original article in which the editor not only distances the WaPo from the “experts” quoted in the original article whose “work” served as the basis for the entire article (and which became the most read WaPo story the day it was published) but also admits the Post could not “vouch for the validity of PropOrNot’s finding regarding any individual media outlet”, in effect admitting the entire story may have been, drumroll “fake news” and conceding the Bezos-owned publication may have engaged in defamation by smearing numerous websites – Zero Hedge included – with patently false and unsubstantiated allegations.
It was the closest the Washington Post would come to formally retracting the story, which has now been thoroughly discredited not only by outside commentators, but by its own editor.
The apended note in question:
Editor’s Note: The Washington Post on Nov. 24 published a story on the work of four sets of researchers who have examined what they say are Russian propaganda efforts to undermine American democracy and interests. One of them was PropOrNot, a group that insists on public anonymity, which issued a report identifying more than 200 websites that, in its view, wittingly or unwittingly published or echoed Russian propaganda. A number of those sites have objected to being included on PropOrNot’s list, and some of the sites, as well as others not on the list, have publicly challenged the group’s methodology and conclusions. The Post, which did not name any of the sites, does not itself vouch for the validity of PropOrNot’s findings regarding any individual media outlet, nor did the article purport to do so. Since publication of The Post’s story, PropOrNot has removed some sites from its list. (12/8/16)
I have said so many times that we are at a crossroads, the lives of our children depend on our getting this right. It is imperative that we learn to discern that which is true, no matter how painful the truth my be. We are not the good guys. We have not been for some time. We have done deplorable things, in particular to our children. I ask you one more time, peek in on your children as they sleep tonight, and ask yourself if your behaviors, your beliefs do everything possible to insure their safety and well-being.