Friday, July 26, 2019

The Epsteins and the damage done

Epstein context:  "Government by Blackmail: Jeffrey Epstein, Trump’s Mentor and the Dark Secrets of the Reagan Era" (Webb).  The handful of people in Washington who aren't sick and twisted perverts aren't capable of doing anything about it.

This kind of blackmail operation run by Khazar gangsters goes way back, but has reached levels since Reagan which have led to the Khazars completely controlling the American government.  Epstein is just one part of a long and elaborate chain. It explains a lot.  Consider the sheer ridiculousness of the Americans fighting just one War For The Jews, let alone an endless stream of them.  Imagine what Nixon would say if you proposed it to him (of course, Watergate itself seems to involve Nixon's fears that one of these operations might be discovered)!  Even with the (((media))) and the (((stinktanks))) laying it on thick, such preposterous wars would be impossible without the blackmail.  Or consider the recent anti-BDS motion, or any of the near unanimous motions in favor of a country that can only be described as 'that shitty little country', or the billions and billions and billions and billions of dollars, badly needed at home, sent off year after year.  Things have become so universally awful that we've come to expect things which should all be absolutely impossible.

We wonder why everything has become crappified.  Politicians, who at one point at least seemed to be capable of vision and smart/bold action, are incapable of accomplishing the simplest things.  Climate change is such a looming threat, and politicians so useless, that some have started to suggest we may need some kind of dictatorship to handle the problem.  The reason for this is that our politicians are now chosen specifically for the weaknesses that will leave them blackmailable.  The absolute dregs are the people who end up 'leading' us.

We should also remember that Epstein is the previous version.  We don't even know who the current honey-pot operators are.
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