Sunday, April 21, 2024

Sure, Epstein Stays in the News, But the People Must See the Devils in the Detail

The notorious Jeffrey Epstein saga peeks out the shadows from time to time, but it is far time that the needle of this narrative be pushed toward a more specific awakening.

More patriotically put, the American public needs to get angry.

It is a fight I and common sense say can and should bring people of all walks of life together, even the divided MAGA base and Never-Trumpers that may swear they’ll never come together on anything. That fight is for our children. They are the biggest reason to redirect our passions away from each other and toward the despicable demons who hurt them.

For we must remember one crucial thing that is still taboo to talk about–what they are doing to those children goes far beyond underage sex. And that would be bad enough. No, the truth that people must start talking about is that this all has to do with occult practices no different than what it was with human sacrifice in ancient civilizations, including those of the Old Testament, which is one reason why Christ came down himself to offer the eternal sacrifice to end all others.

This is the component of the conversation that is still lagging behind. And for good reason, I suppose. Some of the things you’ll see on the dark web (even by the end of this article) would be truly incomprehensible for most people, who are just everyday, well-meaning folks trying to live their lives and raise their families.

What Governor Ron DeSantis is doing in Florida is what every state governor, including our very own here in Louisiana, must do. Whenever and wherever they can, they must keep child trafficking at the center of their constituents’ conversation. It is more important than anything, any policy, for if we don’t fight to wipe our land of this indescribable evil, what good exactly are we doing?

And since we are a republic and government officials are elected to do what the people demand, the reverse is also true. Just as those leaders must keep it at the forefront of our thinking, so too we much do the same to them.

Governor Jeff Landry recently visited the Southern border in Eagle Pass, TX and released a statement:

“What we saw and learned today makes one thing very clear: the Biden Administration has completely abdicated its responsibility to enforce the immigration laws on the books. Our open borders allow drugs and human trafficking to flow into our communities, putting our entire country at risk…. When in trouble, our neighbors in Texas have always opened their arms to us. Now it’s time we return the favor. I look forward to working with our legislative leadership to find a way to send our National Guard troops to the southern border to support Texas. The rule of law must be enforced.”

DeSantis has also long been a public proponent for children–which is one reason why I was so disappointed that he seemed to be warring against Trump unnecessarily in his short run for the Republican nomination, a story I explored in a couple of different ways, one being a little more conspiratorial and conjecture-driven, last month:

The DeSantis Decision Means More Troops Fighting the Real Enemy

Politics and Potential Theater in Republican Race

DeSantis was in the news late this past week for drawing attention once again to Epstein, a name that has become a sort of catch-all buzz word to represent so many varied tentacles destroying these never-to-be-seen-again children’s bodies and minds across the globe. If you say “Epstein,” you are discussing an indescribable evil that goes beyond that infamous island.

From the Florida Phoenix:

Regarding Epstein, Palm Beach County authorities opened an investigation into alleged sexual abuse of minors in 2006 and then-state attorney Barry Krischer referred the matter to a grand jury, which returned a misdemeanor count of soliciting a prostitute, according to a legislative analysis.

Upon his conviction in a plea bargain, Epstein was sentenced to 18 months in jail plus 12 months of house arrest and was allowed to go to his office, according to The Palm Beach Post, which won a Pulitzer Prize for its reporting on the case.

“Dismayed by Krischer’s failure to charge Epstein with child sex crimes, Palm Beach police went to the FBI, and the case landed on the desk of South Florida U.S. Attorney Alex Acosta,” the Post reported. “Two years later, Acosta negotiated the much-maligned secret deal that allowed Epstein to avoid federal prison.”

DeSantis ordered an FDLE investigation into the county’s handling of the case in 2019. In 2021, the agency announced that it found no impropriety or illegality by prosecutors or investigators, the Miami Herald reported.

…The Post had sued in 2019 for access to the grand jury records, and a state appeals court ordered a trial judge to vet the record for release, possibly with redactions, but that hasn’t happened yet.

The House sponsor of the bill was Republican Peggy Gossett-Seidman and the Senate sponsor was Democrat Tina Polsky, both of Palm Beach County.

During a news conference of her own in Tallahassee after the legislation won final approval, Polsky noted that she has been pressing for transparency for three years.

“There’s something so heinous and unique about the Jeffrey Epstein case, and it has been a stain on Palm Beach County, to be perfectly honest about it,” Polsky said.

DeSantis, too, expressed outrage.

“But man, how could you have had this going on for so long and here we are now, 15 or 20 years later, and literally nobody else has been held accountable — you just have him and you have the lady and that’s it,” he added.

The governor referred to Ghislaine Maxwell, sentenced in 2022 to 20 years in federal prison for helping Epstein groom young girls. Maxwell is at FCI Tallahassee, a low security federal correctional institution, according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons.

“Man, I think people look at that and they’re like give me a break. And clearly, when you have wealth and power involved, they have a way to potentially get out.”

The following is some of my analysis on Ghislaine Maxwell in the summer of 2022, if you find time to peruse them:

Why Americans Must See This Woman Go Down, and Go Down Hard

Why Americans Should Celebrate This Victory over Ghislaine

More Thoughts on Ghislaine and How To Red-Pill Our Friends

It is one big joke going around any time the Epstein story resurfaces–that he (and Maxwell) are the only two people in human history to be charged or convicted of trafficking children to absolutely no one. It is what DeSantis is saying when he says “literally nobody else has been held accountable.”

This has been the case for a long time, and it is no wonder that so many Americans are saying “wake me up when something actually happens.” It has even surprised me, how quickly the planet was able to catch on to the nefarious truth behind the Covid-19 plandemic and vaccine fraud and yet how slowly the truth behind predator-agents like Epstein and Hugh Heffner has taken to reach the masses. Part of me believes that it is that deep dark secret no one wants to talk about, simply because our collective cognitive dissonance won’t allow us to go there.

These are difficult truths, certainly, what demonic elements walk among us.

We have to find a way, though. Certainly I appreciate the lip service our politicians give to this pivotal issue of our times. I also believe DeSantis and Landry need to push the needle a bit more. But so do I. So do all of us.

Thing is, who among us is being blackmailed to keep their mouths shut?

An egregious number of them, is the answer. I hope that doesn’t include DeSantis and Landry, but who knows for sure? And that’s why it is so difficult for people who want to tear the band-aid off and present their findings, because frankly, too many wouldn’t believe things like adrenochrome anyway, even when the evidence is prodigious and legitimately scientific. Or perhaps what’s worse, it is difficult because people are afraid that their fellow citizens won’t care even when the truth is revealed.

And that thought is the most disturbing of all.

Public and passionately vocal defense of the children, in my opinion, is the linchpin to this entire war–geopolitical, information, and spiritual. Fight for the children in earnest, really fight for them, and I believe God Almighty comes through for this country in a big way. I believe that to the marrow of my soul.

As Robert Steele says in the following video, “For me, the center of gravity for change is the American public, because if you can get the American public angry…”

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13 People were bringing little children to him in order that he might touch them; and the disciples spoke sternly to them. 14 But when Jesus saw this, he was indignant and said to them, “Let the little children come to me; do not stop them; for it is to such as these that the kingdom of God belongs. 15 Truly I tell you, whoever does not receive the kingdom of God as a little child will never enter it.” 16 And he took them up in his arms, laid his hands on them, and blessed them (Mark 10:13-16).

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.