Why Americans Should Celebrate This Victory over Ghislaine
“I kept reminding myself she was in front of me in shackles being sentenced and Sarah and I were there sitting together free.”
These were the words of Elizabeth Stein, one of Ghislaine Maxwell’s countless victims. The satisfying flip of the script for Elizabeth and Sarah may have come twenty years too late, but it did come nonetheless.
The notorious Maxwell, former girlfriend of Jeffrey Epstein and daughter of the Mossad-KGB spy Robert Maxwell, received a 20-year sentence today for crimes against humanity lasting over a decade.
On a personal level, there is nothing that can undo the years of abuse and trauma inflicted on the victims. We understand that to the fullest degree.
But we also view the Elizabeths and Sarahs of the world not only as victims, but as victors, in this suddenly intensifying battle between the forces of good and the forces of evil that torture children. We salute you. We thank you. We hope with sincerest authenticity that your suffering can be joined with Christ’s and transfigured into a sacred wound that can do a ton of good in the world. Just your courage is good enough.
Yes, many Americans are disappointed with Maxwell’s “short” 20-year sentence, claiming this is just business as usual with these types of stories that always go the wrong way.
But this simply isn’t true. This is absolutely one small piece in a several-day turning point that should be showing Americans that the tide is indeed finally turning. With all due consolation to the victims, on the bigger stage, it is one miraculous time to be alive. A sex trafficking occult island is just starting to be exposed, and the deep state no longer appears untouchable. We have been bread-crumbing it since May 11 in The Hayride, discussing related items such as Trump, Elon Musk, and Ukraine.
Yes, some Americans, those of the bloodlust-variety, would have loved Maxwell to be placed in front of a firing squad for celebratory public viewing. This simply wasn’t in the rule of law, though. The woman is 60 years old and will likely die in prison, and since she is a pedophile (and worse), she will be one of those inmates the others may very well torture themselves. Maxwell will not make it out of prison without having to feel at least some of her victims’ torture.
After showing no remorse after her December 29 guilty-verdict, Maxwell had some interesting parting words today after being sentenced. In a strange twist, it was the criminal expressing a hopeful vision that we have been talking about at length.
“It is my sincerest wish to all those in this courtroom and all those outside the courtroom that this day brings a terrible chapter to an end,” she said. “To those of who spoke here today and those who did not, may this day help you travel from darkness into the light.”
Many readers may immediately recognize this dark-to-light theme as something many patriots have been discussing for several years now, years that have seen surefire tinfoil hat-conspiracy theory fantasies being transformed to mainstream realities one after another.
No, this sentencing will not satisfy every American, and that is understandable. But it is my opinion that we should relish this victory as yet another indication that the tide is turning. There would have been a time not that long ago where an untouchable elite like Ghislaine Maxwell would have never been arrested, tried, convicted, and sentenced as has come to pass today. People by the millions are waking up to the truth of the deep state globalists, those globalists are losing and losing big all of a sudden, and it would behoove us all to continue taking one day at a time as we move more and more into the light of a new day in America.
May everyone named directly or referenced indirectly ask forgiveness and do penance for their sins against America and God. I fight this information war in the spirit of justice and love for the innocent, but I have been reminded of the need for mercy and prayers for our enemies. I am a sinner in need of redemption as well after all, for my sins are many. In the words of Jesus Christ himself, Lord forgive us all, for we know not what we do.