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They probably use it to control politicians etc.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2002/may/05/dutroux.featuresreview

"Something is rotten in the state of Belgium. Six years after the arrest of Marc Dutroux, the country's notorious paedophile, no date has been set for his trial and the case remains painfully unresolved.

In 1995, when two eight-year-old girls were kidnapped, Dutroux, a convicted sex offender, was a prime suspect from the start, yet he wasn't arrested for 14 months. By that time, four of his captives - including the two girls - were dead. Since his arrest, 20 potential witnesses connected with the case have died in mysterious circumstances, fuelling suspicions of a cover-up reaching the highest levels."




"Pentagon workers found to have downloaded child pornography

Dozens of staff and contractors with high-level security clearance put at risk of blackmail by their sex crimes"

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2010/jul/24/pentagon-us-staff-downloaded-child-pornography




"Pentagon declined to investigate hundreds of purchases of child pornography"

https://www.yahoo.com/news/blogs/up...ate-hundreds-purchases-child-pornography.html





"EXCLUSIVE: NASA employees caught buying child porn from site which showed three-year-olds being abused - but they escape prosecution and now their names are being kept secret"

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar...sed-escape-prosecution-names-kept-secret.html





"Ex Senator Nancy Schaefer was murdered after speaking out about Child Protective Services"

https://rumble.com/v14of5l-ex-senat...red-after-speaking-out-about-child-prote.html





NBC: "Hillary Clinton “Covered Up” Pedophilia Ring at State Department"

 

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They probably use it to control politicians etc.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2002/may/05/dutroux.featuresreview

"Something is rotten in the state of Belgium. Six years after the arrest of Marc Dutroux, the country's notorious paedophile, no date has been set for his trial and the case remains painfully unresolved.

In 1995, when two eight-year-old girls were kidnapped, Dutroux, a convicted sex offender, was a prime suspect from the start, yet he wasn't arrested for 14 months. By that time, four of his captives - including the two girls - were dead. Since his arrest, 20 potential witnesses connected with the case have died in mysterious circumstances, fuelling suspicions of a cover-up reaching the highest levels."




"Pentagon workers found to have downloaded child pornography

Dozens of staff and contractors with high-level security clearance put at risk of blackmail by their sex crimes"

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2010/jul/24/pentagon-us-staff-downloaded-child-pornography




"Pentagon declined to investigate hundreds of purchases of child pornography"

https://www.yahoo.com/news/blogs/up...ate-hundreds-purchases-child-pornography.html





"EXCLUSIVE: NASA employees caught buying child porn from site which showed three-year-olds being abused - but they escape prosecution and now their names are being kept secret"

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar...sed-escape-prosecution-names-kept-secret.html

"Ex Senator Nancy Schaefer was murdered after speaking out about Child Protective Services"

https://rumble.com/v14of5l-ex-senat...red-after-speaking-out-about-child-prote.html
NBC: "Hillary Clinton “Covered Up” Pedophilia Ring at State Department"


Come on Man! You're behind in the news! But I'm glad that I finally have an ally on this forum. But I've been saying this for years. And mocked mercilessly. There is an alien space ship that is orbiting mars right now. They are dying from lack of pituitary glands. These glands can only be harvested from children at these parties. Thank goodness for Hillary. She's been a real trooper in organizing these parties and helping to save these aliens.
 

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So now human trafficking is just a theory to. Ok....
All people in power are nice and sweet. It´s natural law. Like gravity. :innocent2: I got that right?
 

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I wonder what it all means. Why would any ambitious senior level executive with possible political aspirations try and cover up something as ugly as child pornography happening on their watch? Who wouldn't want "busted 20% of my staff sitting around looking at kiddie porn when they should have been working" on their resume? Fuck me. I'm at a loss.
 

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Yeah, so, adrenochrome or whatever it is that Kali told you "spiritually" that it is the aliens on your mars spaceship or whatever it is you believe about it want, is the product of oxidation reactions on ephedrine and epinephrine, which are easily manufactured chemicals that we commonly source from plants for medical use.

You can in fact manufacture adrenochrome, cheaply, by exposing oxygen to Ephedrine and Epinephrine, but why the fuck would you, just to consume a component of piss?

I see a bunch of shit from The Daily Fail posted.

I expect there are pedophiles in government positions. I expect they cover up scandals regularly.

This is not, however, evidence of child trafficking being done from the basement of a pizza restaurant for the sake of harvesting children's pituitary glands, which is the foundational claim of "pizzagate", which it seems not even the text of the OP has much if any relationships to.
 

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Well, wouldn't you want to hide information on the computers of government workers that made it look as though they visited kiddie porn sites? Especially since these days, for the most part no one cares if you are gay but being a pedophile is still a big deal unless you are a Republican politician or a leader in a church? I'm being serious here. It surely isn't difficult to create files to make it look as though someone regularly accesses these sites? Or even did it, just once? I personally cannot think of a better way to try to control someone over whom one might someday want control. I'm not talking big wigs but little widget people, those with names no one has ever heard of but who has access to real and important information...
 

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So now human trafficking is just a theory to. Ok....
All people in power are nice and sweet. It´s natural law. Like gravity. :innocent2: I got that right?

You do know that all people in power would need to be bad in order for something this big to go on unnoticed right? I mean, all it takes is just one person like you working around these people to get a whistle-blow. Even then no one will give a damn. Edward Snowden says good luck with pizzagate.
 

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So now human trafficking is just a theory to. Ok....
All people in power are nice and sweet. It´s natural law. Like gravity. :innocent2: I got that right?
I am so glad we have 2 choices... now that's FREEDOM! Either the entire government is willfully seeking and storing child pornography and has a financial interest in maintaining human trafficking, or the entire government is "nice and sweet". Is that the "polarizing" all the cool kids are doing now-a-days?

Here a little lesson on reality:

millions of malicious emails and links are trying to make their way to politician's and associated worker's inbox and web browsers every single second. It is a constant barrage of phishing. Now look at the average age of our congress, for example... we have some anciently old men that still think the days of the traveling salesperson is a "thing" and that unsolicited communications just might be something they should look at (old fools)... anyway, for any kind of fraud, our government is full of fools.
So, of course malicious content has found its way on millions of government workstations... that is a failure of their cyber secuirty program, they kno wit, and that is why they are investigating it.

So, the answer to the question "why are there so many child-porn consumers in government" is "There aren't - they are just great targets for threat actors". I used to perform forensic investigations for a billion-dollar multi-national manufacturing company, and I can say with complete certainty that if you do not have specific security-related plugins installed in your web browser, have features disabled to the point of having to "work" to get a new website to display its pages correctly, and are highly experienced and thoughtful with how you use the internet, then I can find plenty of artifacts on your computer to support an investigation into just how caught up into sex trafficking you might be... YES, YOU TOO.

And yes, you can prolly point to the same number of government employees, per capita, that have been caught actually seeking and collecting illegal material as there are in any segment of society.
 

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So now human trafficking is just a theory to. Ok....
All people in power are nice and sweet. It´s natural law. Like gravity. :innocent2: I got that right?

You do know that all people in power would need to be bad in order for something this big to go on unnoticed right? I mean, all it takes is just one person like you working around these people to get a whistle-blow. Even then no one will give a damn. Edward Snowden says good luck with pizzagate.
If that were true then we would ALL know about the moon landing hoax or the ACTUAL shape of our planet.
 

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So now human trafficking is just a theory to. Ok....
All people in power are nice and sweet. It´s natural law. Like gravity. :innocent2: I got that right?

You do know that all people in power would need to be bad in order for something this big to go on unnoticed right? I mean, all it takes is just one person like you working around these people to get a whistle-blow. Even then no one will give a damn. Edward Snowden says good luck with pizzagate.
If that were true then we would ALL know about the moon landing hoax or the ACTUAL shape of our planet.
Of course the moon landing was a hoax. They brought back moon rocks. Everyone knows the moon is made of green cheese--so how did they bring back rocks?!
 

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"In 2007, Alexander Acosta, then the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Florida, was in charge of prosecuting Epstein who had been credibly accused of sexually molesting over 30 minors. Acosta agreed to a shocking plea deal. Despite charges that could have and should have put Epstein and any co-conspirators away for the rest of their lives, Acosta agreed to a plea deal that basically amounted to zero punishment for Epstein (18 months in a minimum-security prison where he was allowed to leave during the day to go to the office). Even more shockingly, the plea deal included the granting of immunity for all potential co-conspirators. Legal experts say they have never seen anything like it.

When asked why he granted Epstein such a sweetheart deal, Alex Acosta stated that he had been told by his superiors that Epstein, "belonged to intelligence" "
 

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"In 2007, Alexander Acosta, then the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Florida, was in charge of prosecuting Epstein who had been credibly accused of sexually molesting over 30 minors. Acosta agreed to a shocking plea deal. Despite charges that could have and should have put Epstein and any co-conspirators away for the rest of their lives, Acosta agreed to a plea deal that basically amounted to zero punishment for Epstein (18 months in a minimum-security prison where he was allowed to leave during the day to go to the office). Even more shockingly, the plea deal included the granting of immunity for all potential co-conspirators. Legal experts say they have never seen anything like it.

When asked why he granted Epstein such a sweetheart deal, Alex Acosta stated that he had been told by his superiors that Epstein, "belonged to intelligence" "
Your post is in quotation marks.

Who or what are you quoting?

And why?

And why do you expect anyone to care?
 

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"In 2007, Alexander Acosta, then the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Florida, was in charge of prosecuting Epstein who had been credibly accused of sexually molesting over 30 minors. Acosta agreed to a shocking plea deal. Despite charges that could have and should have put Epstein and any co-conspirators away for the rest of their lives, Acosta agreed to a plea deal that basically amounted to zero punishment for Epstein (18 months in a minimum-security prison where he was allowed to leave during the day to go to the office). Even more shockingly, the plea deal included the granting of immunity for all potential co-conspirators. Legal experts say they have never seen anything like it.

When asked why he granted Epstein such a sweetheart deal, Alex Acosta stated that he had been told by his superiors that Epstein, "belonged to intelligence" "
Your post is in quotation marks.

Who or what are you quoting?

Looks like jdf5 is quoting someone's adaptation of the following section of Wikipedia's article about Jeffrey Epstein.

Non-prosecution agreement (NPA) (2006–2008)

In July 2006, the FBI began its own investigation of Epstein, nicknamed "Operation Leap Year".[110] It resulted in a 53-page indictment in June 2007.[71] Alexander Acosta, then the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Florida, agreed to a plea deal, which Alan Dershowitz helped to negotiate,[111] to grant immunity from all federal criminal charges to Epstein, along with four named co-conspirators and any unnamed "potential co-conspirators". According to the Miami Herald, the non-prosecution agreement "essentially shut down an ongoing FBI probe into whether there were more victims and other powerful people who took part in Epstein's sex crimes". At the time, this halted the investigation and sealed the indictment. The Miami Herald said: "Acosta agreed, despite a federal law to the contrary, that the deal would be kept from the victims."[1]

Acosta later said he offered a lenient plea deal because he was told that Epstein "belonged to intelligence", was "above his pay grade" and to "leave it alone".[52][53][112] Epstein agreed to plead guilty in Florida state court to two felony prostitution charges, serve 18 months in prison, register as a sex offender, and pay restitution to three dozen victims identified by the FBI.[1][89] The plea deal was later described as a "sweetheart deal".[113]

A federal judge later found that the prosecutors had violated the victims' rights in that they had concealed the agreement from the victims and instead urged them to have "patience".[114][115]

According to an internal review conducted by the Department of Justice's Office of Professional Responsibility, which was released in November 2020, Acosta showed "poor judgment" in granting Epstein a non-prosecution agreement and failing to notify Epstein's alleged victims about this agreement.[116]
 

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"In 2007, Alexander Acosta, then the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Florida, was in charge of prosecuting Epstein who had been credibly accused of sexually molesting over 30 minors. Acosta agreed to a shocking plea deal. Despite charges that could have and should have put Epstein and any co-conspirators away for the rest of their lives, Acosta agreed to a plea deal that basically amounted to zero punishment for Epstein (18 months in a minimum-security prison where he was allowed to leave during the day to go to the office). Even more shockingly, the plea deal included the granting of immunity for all potential co-conspirators. Legal experts say they have never seen anything like it.

When asked why he granted Epstein such a sweetheart deal, Alex Acosta stated that he had been told by his superiors that Epstein, "belonged to intelligence" "
Duh! When would an elected official admit that rich man's "justice" is not anything like the same as poor man's "justice"??
 

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The title of this thread refers to a story spread by people who believed pedophiles operated a child sex ring in the basement of a pizza parlor which did not have a basement.

It's quite easy to play someone for a fool, when they are in fact a fool.
 
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