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I have no doubt in my mind that it's a codeword involving kids, no matter how much gaslighting and "debunking" the legacy media runs for them. In fact, the media doth protest too much, which makes me believe it even more.
There are a LOT of dinner emails between the brothers and Mary Podesta. Most don't have anything that stands out, but then you get ones like this:
My wife will say remember that time you had 11 brownies. I get it right away. Got to have code words, just NOT for illicit kid diddling.
Odd choice of wording. "Remember that time you had 11 brownies" when Brownies are elementary aged Girl Scouts.
They want open exchanges where parents can cash in their children, or baby farms (like salmon farms) dedicated to processing the veal.
They want open exchanges where parents can cash in their children, or baby farms (like salmon farms) dedicated to processing the veal.Nothing new there.https://www.gutenberg.org/files/1080/1080-h/1080-h.htm
That has got to be satire.
Mein KampfDozens of pages: "I, Hitler, argue that Germans need to Rule Slavs. Since there is the British Navy, and most overseas areas are taken, we must have our Colonies by Land - in the East."Revisionist Apologetics: "Hitler never wanted to Take over the East and Colonize it with Germans"
Most people you see on the propaganda box, are propagandists. Not people, subhuman people. They can be made human, if you give them enough courage and principles to do it. These are just people who are like "oh paycheck!". People in the intelligence agencies often test well on IQ tests, but trust me, an IQ test doesn't test intelligence. It only tests pattern recognition, and you can EASILY improve that. Just take a bunch of IQ tests. You'll get better. Any dumbass can be a "genius".
Every single government, without exception, is a mafia, a criminal syndicate. Ours is no exception, and neither is Nazi Germany.If we had a real government, freedom of speech would be unquestioned and sacrosanct, it isn't.
e have an immeasurable debt to them, and they are unknown. The best people, you'll never know and overlook. I have a lot more respect for blue collar workers than I do for my colleagues.
But if every single government is a mafia, then... what does a real government look like in the wild?
Of course. And most ideologies claim to be fighting on their behalf against enemies seen and unseen, foreign and domestic, natural or man made.Everybody from Stalin to Hitler to FDR claimed to be fighting for that exact type of person.
Why does he need to differentiate dinner from pizza?Not sure when John gets homeBut we have Alan signed up for dinner on the 23rd.If you will be around for dinner or pizza on Sunday would love to see you and hear about addis and California.Let me knowTTony Podesta
I've only seen real governments in small towns. In NH, they have real governments.
Following two weeks of Jeffrey Epstein news, the Wall Street Journal ran another shocking exposé yesterday, headlined “Instagram Connects Vast Pedophile Network.”The story checks off yet ANOTHER misinformation conspiracy theory. Just wait, you won’t believe this one.It’s not just that Instagram (owned by Facebook) allowed perverted users to post horrific subhuman child pornography on its system, the software even encouraged debased criminal users by helping them connect with each other, helped them trade highly-illegal CSAM, and even suggested ways for them to avoid getting caught.Facebook blames all of that on surprising side-effects from their A.I., which sure gives us a glimpse into the near future. Get ready to hear “AI made me do it” a lot. Anyway, Facebook claimed they’ve promptly taken action, deleted accounts and illegal images, limited search tags, fixed the AI, and so forth. So don’t worry.You might fairly be wondering what, exactly, Facebook’s swarms of social media police do all day long. I’ll tell you. They keep anti-vaxx memes off the platform, make sure nobody blames the pandemic on a lab leak, erase evidence about election cheating, and delete incriminating Hunter Biden’s laptop content. But what they DON’T DO is combat any real-life crimes...No response for months. But Michelle got banned once — in under ten minutes! — for simply posting that she wanted to “punch Joe Biden in the throat.” (It was uncivil, true, but there was mitigating context. She was provoked.) The point is, everyone has their priorities, and clearly, protecting children is not one of Facebook’s.The appalling content and the disgraceful features helping pedophiles trade, buy and sell illegal content were recently uncovered by three independent Stanford researchers. The team said after they set up a single account and connected it to a couple other child porn collectors within a loose social network, they were immediately buried with “suggested for you” recommendations of thousands of child-sex-content sellers and buyers. They were also, oddly, offered links to off-platform CSAM trading sites.Following just a few of the recommendations flooded their test account with underaged sexual content.It’s a long article. But this one paragraph especially jumped out at me, and at other close observers of the captured media:
The pedophilic accounts on Instagram mix brazenness with superficial efforts to veil their activity, researchers found. Certain emojis function as a kind of code, such as an image of a map🗺️—shorthand for “minor-attracted person”—or one of “cheese pizza” 🍕, which shares its initials with “child pornography,” according to Levine of UMass. Many [Instagram perverts sickeningly] declare themselves “lovers of the little things in life.”Wait, go back. Did they just say, “cheese pizza?” Pizza? Wasn’t that the obvious code word all over Hilary Clinton’s leaked emails? But … I thought the pizza thing was all debunked conspiracy theory misinformation. They mocked the very idea, laughingly labeling it “pizza gate” and darkly hinting that anyone who believed that stuff was dangerous and should be on the no-fly list or something.Ironically, Facebook busily banned any accounts that discussed PizzaGate or used the PizzaGate hashtag, while at the same exact time it was helping pedophiles build a vast criminal network using that very same code word.The Wall Street Journal, with its teams of award-winning reporters and layers of editors and fact-checkers, failed to make that connection. Just … nothing. You’d think PizzaGate might’ve earned a single sentence in the extended article. But no. Not one word about what now must be considered another established conspiracy fact.I suppose the Journal deserves credit for running the story at all. Still, it ended on a down note, quoting the Stanford researchers who tested Instagram after Facebook reported its repairs. The researchers said Instagram is, once again, helping the network rebuild itself. One of them thinks the entire platform should be shut down...Qui bono?Reading between the lines, the paragraph above shows that the Journal gave Facebook time to clean up its act before running the story. Why? Do people without government connections get the same consideration before an exposé is published? Just asking.So that’s one conspiracy theory confirmed. But there’s another one today, too.
The pedophilic accounts on Instagram mix brazenness with superficial efforts to veil their activity, researchers found. Certain emojis function as a kind of code, such as an image of a map🗺️—shorthand for “minor-attracted person”—or one of “cheese pizza” 🍕, which shares its initials with “child pornography,” according to Levine of UMass. Many [Instagram perverts sickeningly] declare themselves “lovers of the little things in life.”
Following two weeks of Jeffrey Epstein news, the Wall Street Journal ran another shocking exposé yesterday, headlined “Instagram Connects Vast Pedophile Network.”
This Coffee and Covid guy is really good, I have faith the article exists.Et voila:https://www.wsj.com/articles/instagram-vast-pedophile-network-4ab7189
Isn't it weird there is no search engine where you can say "exclude this site"? Odd, there is no blacklist, greylist, and whitelist for sites isn't there? NO search engine does this...
Isn't it weird there is no search engine where you can say "exclude this site"? Odd, there is no blacklist, greylist, and whitelist for sites isn't there? NO search engine does this...On Qwant (and probably others) you can search for links on specific sites by including the "site:SITE_FQDN" qualifier and it also works in reverse by putting a dash in front: -site:SITE_FQDN
In youtube, for example, when I do a search trying to find information (or I used to do this, youtube is largely useless now for it), I didn't want to see ANYTHING from corporate news. That would be great to have.
Comet Ping Pong Pizza is certainly an interesting name for a restaurant. It reminded some people of an old clip of Andrew Breitbart with Greg Gutfeld on Fox News Channel’s Red Eye, in which the topic of ping pong had been raised. Breitbart had joined the show to celebrate his vindication after accusing former Congressman Anthony Weiner of sexual misconduct. Weiner was married at the time to Hillary Clinton’s confidante Huma Abedin, and the Clinton machine had attacked Breitbart with their typical viciousness after he claimed to have proof of Weiner’s indiscretions. Breitbart complained that his critics had gone silent since the revelation of the proof that he was right. At one point, Gutfeld said that it was hard to play ping pong without an opponent. Breitbart paused, threw Gutfeld a suspicious look and asked, “Why would you change the subject to the sport of ping pong?… You’re weird like that.” Breitbart’s appearance on Red Eye was aired five years before the Podesta emails kicked off PizzaGate, and five months after he publicly lobbed an even more serious accusation against John Podesta himself. In a February 2011 tweet, Breitbart wrote: “How prog-guru John Podesta isn’t a household name as a world-class underage sex slave op cover upper defending unspeakable dregs escapes me.” Breitbart, of course, was a well-known conservative bomb thrower, but this was heavy ordnance even by his standards. An accusation like that, against someone with Podesta’s status and connections, could have landed Breitbart in court, facing life-ruining libel charges, if he could not back it up. But it turned out that Podesta did not have to take him to court, since Breitbart mysteriously died on the street near his home a short time later. The coroner who performed the autopsy was himself found dead of arsenic poisoning soon after examining Breitbart’s body, and a spokesman for the coroner’s office subsequently announced that Breitbart had died of “natural causes.”
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