Global pedophilia rings exposed and arrested – Where’s U.S. press coverage?

“Pizzagate” is a familiar pop culture buzzword and everyone probably knows what it means or that it is affiliated with sexual abuse of children, especially in Washington, DC.

However, there has been breaking news about world-wide arrests regarding pedophilia, but the U.S. media and television—other than CBS journalist Ben Swann in Atlanta, Georgia—have not investigated the problem to expose it and its perpetrators.?

In Canada, a recent Project Spade press conference took place, which you can listen to here.

The U.S. Postal Service was represented at the Toronto press conference.  How come the U.S. press has not covered that international event?  Some children as young as five years old were involved.  What a scourge upon society!  By the way, have you heard the rumblings that some want to have pedophilia made legal?  What is wrong with society?

How high up the professional ladders do these sick activities go; who will be exposed and how soon—barring none at any level of involvement, including the swamp in Washington, DC, which has been alleged to be crawling with pedophiles in all levels of government.  Why isn’t the U.S. media investigating and reporting on it?  What say you Washington Post?

Here’s coverage of a California pedophilia bust, which ought to make people wonder why it wasn’t national front page news plus a short clip on the DA’s press conference on sexual exploitation arrests across southern California.

Lastly, a huge pedophilia-sex operation was exposed in Norway.  Did you hear anything about that on the nightly news?  Here’s some of the information that surfaced:

Norwegian police have filed charges against 51 people suspected of various kinds of abuse of children including babies. Even the future abuse of yet unborn children was discussed in the country’s largest ever pedophile ring. [1] [CJF emphasis added]

Truly one of the sick, sad and pathetic parts about pedophilia is those who are educated and should know better.

Several perpetrators were obviously familiar to their immediate environments. Family and friends reacted with shock when they were arrested. Perpetrators come from all walks of life, many of them have a higher education, possess high IT skills and have used encryption to hide their tracks,” prosecutor Janne Ringset Heltne told NRK. [1]   [CJF emphasis added]

Abuse of children at any level, in any form/format, including vaccines neurotoxic ingredients, has to stop, and all responsible government agencies must be made to deal with it whether they like it or not, or want to or not, since, apparently, many at the top may be involved.

Via Activist Post


[1] https://sputniknews.com/europe/201611241047790760-norway-pedophile-ring-busted/

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Arguing immigration with a compassionate liberal -or- How to twist your head into a pretzel

Arguing with a liberal about the economic impact of rampant immigration will twist your brain into a pretzel. It inevitably goes something like this:

“Illegal aliens and legal immigrants are taking millions of our jobs.”

“No, they’re not.”

“Then they’re all on welfare.”

“No, they’re not. Even most undocumented workers are productive members of society.”“How are they productive if they’re not taking jobs?”

“Undocumented workers are only taking jobs American’s don’t want.”

“Americans don’t want those jobs because migrant workers have been taking them for so many decades that wages have remained stagnant at a level that only a totally desperate person would work for. That is exactly how they are hurting us by taking jobs. They are not just taking up jobs, but they are keeping wages suppressed because Americans would have to reduce themselves to living like many migrant workers in substandard housing and driving badly broken vehicles in order to stay alive at those wages if they accepted those jobs.”

“Migrants only live at that level because they are forced to.”

“Exactly. They are forced to because the pay for those jobs never goes up because they are willing to live at that level out of desperation if that is what it takes to stay alive, and you’re willing to exploit them.”

“And if migrant workers didn’t do that, you’d have to pay more for all the food you eat. Do you really want to pay more for everything?”

Maintaining a peasant immigrant labor class is what it is really all about

And that, you see, is the bottom line — cheap labor via a peasant class. We don’t want to pay more for everything, so we turn a blind eye to the cheap, illegal labor and keep the peasants coming, regardless of the social costs of maintaining a peasant class.

They are truly peasants, not just because of their living conditions, but because they supposedly have no voting rights (debatable). They have no say in the laws that govern them so live by the rules of another class of people, and they have to keep their heads low to keep from being deported. That means they dare not complain about working conditions either, as Americans most certainly would.

Peasants have to take what they get. That’s why we keep them illegal, and why we just catch and release them, letting them stay here in spite of the fact we know they have no legal right to because we just caught them crossing the border. It all forces them to keep their heads low … until one day they rise enough in numbers that they don’t keep their heads low any longer, and the peasants revolt against their slavish conditions.


What about the compassionate liberal argument for immigrant labor

At this point, the liberal turns to the compassion argument, since the economic argument for immigrant labor leads to ruin. The compassionate argument runs like this, this time started by the liberal:

“You are mean and cruel for wanting to kick a million and a half undocumented workers out of this country.”

“No more mean and cruel than you are for insisting on keeping out the hundreds of millions more people who want in but are kept out because they respect our immigration laws.

“I don’t insist on keeping anyone out.”

“Of course you do. Otherwise, you’d spend all this protest energy trying to get the government to declare open borders to the whole world and let in everyone who wants in so long as they’re not criminals.”

“There wouldn’t be that many that would come in anyway.”

“Eliminate all immigration laws, except those barring criminals, and find out.”

“That is ridiculous. We have to have some reasonable limits because we cannot absorb hundreds of millions all at once.”

“So, you only want to keep out the ones who are respecting the legal process but keep in all the ones that jumped ahead of them in line? I want to kick out 1.5 million or more who jumped ahead in line, but you want to keep out hundreds of millions, and that makes you more compassionate?”

“Yes, it does. We cannot absorb hundreds of millions. It’s ridiculous. I would if we could, but it’s not even possible.”

“So, there is nothing wrong with having immigration laws, but just with enforcing them?”

“Yes, that’s mean and cruel because you are breaking up families.”

“Didn’t they know that was the huge risk they took in breaking the law and coming into the country illegally — that it might be really messy when they’re forced to leave?”

“You’re a racist with no heart.”

“What if I’m of English descent and also don’t want 1.5 million illegal aliens from the UK?”

“You’re English? See, I knew you were racist.”

“What if I just don’t want more people of any color, including my own, because we already have too many people in the US?”

“Why don’t you just leave the country and solve the problem then?”

“Aren’t you the one who promised you would leave if Trump was elected? Why should I just force the problem onto some other nation? You see, at one time, we had a vast land we wanted to occupy in order to keep the Indians from having it all, so bringing in immigrants was the only way to occupy all of it. But I think we’re full, and we can stop now.”

“See, you’re a racist.”

“No, I love Indians and even have some as relatives; but I’ll bet the Indians would have been glad to have a lot fewer migrants, too, starting with the Mayflower. Look, my point is that there was once a lot of land available. Now the land is overstrained. We don’t need more housing developments all over the countryside. Don’t need more congested streets and more auto pollution and more petroleum consumption. Don’t need more landfills filling up faster and more sewage, and we don’t even have enough potable water in the places that want immigrants the most. There is simply no way to bring in millions more people without adding to all those problems because we’re full now. The land simply cannot absorb more without it having a negative impact.”

“That makes no sense. We’d have no economy if we stopped immigration. We have to keep bringing in people so that we have people to build housing for. Building those developments is what keeps the economy perking.”

“So, we need all of our cities to endlessly grow like Mexico city or like California has been doing and never stop increasing the population because that is the only way to sustain a healthy economy? Is that the Californian version of sustainability? California has grown to where it doesn’t even have enough water for all of its people without going to another state to get it. So, doesn’t water, at least, force a point at which you say population growth is enough already? Yet, California wants immigrants more than any state. Where is it going to get the additional water?”

“That is ridiculous. Haven’t you seen that it is raining in California now? They’ve solved this problem. They now need more people in order to drink the water fast enough to keep their reservoirs from overflowing and breaking their damn dams.”

“Maybe they just want to use all those people to fill the holes in the dam and plug the damn leaks.”

“That’s horrible. They want them because they are compassionate.”

“Then why are they so uncompassionate toward the millions of others that they keep out with immigration laws? Maybe they just don’t need all those others to pick their oranges for a penny each and mow their lawns at a nice low price. Maybe they just want enough to keep the price stable and low.”

“That is a racist comment that assumes migrant workers are only good for mowing lawns and picking crops.”

“It’s not me bringing them all in and then paying them poorly for mowing my lawn. I mow my own lawn. Isn’t that the situation you’re keeping all of them in? Why don’t you pay them more so they can live like you in a house right beside you, instead of mow your lawn and then return to their trailer? You know, open the community gates.”

“That is ridiculous. Why is that my responsibility? I pay my gardeners fine. I pay them as much as anyone else does. I cannot help what the economy will bare.”

“Of course you can, because maintaining such a huge supply of immigrant workers, especially the cheaper illegal ones, makes sure the cost of their labor stays low for you.”

And there we are, full circle. It’s all about maintaining a peasant class for the privileged. How else will they enjoy a liberal lifestyle?

Via Great Recession

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President Trump gives powerful White House Weekly Address Friday

Trump continues to keep his promises to the American people and so much more

(INTELLIHUB) — In Friday’s White House Weekly Address President Donald Trump was terse and commented mostly on two key pieces of legislation which Trump said will remove burdens on the economy and get people back to work.

House Joint Resolution 38 was one of the pieces Trump signed which the president said, “eliminates an anti-coal regulation previously put forward by unelected bureaucrats.”

“In eliminating this rule I am continuing to keep my promise to the American people to get rid of wasteful regulations.”

The president also showed compassion Friday, for coal miners who’ve been treated “horribly” and vowed that the administration has been working “tirelessly” to turn the situation around “all Americans as part of the deal.”

“We are going to fight for lower energy prices […].”

Another second resolution signed by the president will eliminate a costly regulation imposed on American energy companies by Dodd-Frank, which the president said will save companies “millions and millions of dollars in job killing compliance costs.”

Trump then transitioned into talking about hosting the White House Women’s Business Leaders Roundtable and how such an event will lead to success in many ways.

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Recognizing the full potential of women in the economy 

Trump said that he “campaigned on helping women in the workforce” and maintains that he still intends to “deliver on that promise.”

“As president, I am committed to ensuring that women entrepreneurs have equal access to the capital, market, and networks of support that they need […] and it’s going to happen.”

This week, during a meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, “we announced the creation of the Joint United States-Canada Council for Advancement of Women Entrepreneurs and Business Leaders,” which Trump said has got him “very excited.”

Israeli P.M. Netanyahu welcomed to White House

Wednesday, during a scheduled meeting at the White House with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, President Trump reaffirmed an “unbreakable bond” between the two countries (U.S. and Israel) and said that America will continue to “work with Israel and our allies and our partners for greater security and stability.”

Netanyahu was quoted telling Fox News’ Sean Hannity later that day that the meeting was “historical.”

At times the two leaders looked intense as the two leaders spoke about negotiations and “settlements.”

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WSJ piece knocks Trump’s border wall plan, says eminent domain is major hurdle

WSJ: ‘Eminent domain to put dent in Trump’s border wall plan’

(INTELLIHUB) — A good number of people would tend to agree that President Donald J. Trump will get ‘er done when it comes to just about anything life throws at him. Whether it’s resisting daily attacks from a handful of the same corporate media whores or owning and building a grip of the finest investment properties in the world, Trump’s track record and his ability to rapidly adapt speaks for itself.

Nonetheless Evan Siegfried, in a piece he wrote for the Wall Street Journal Thursday, criticized the president’s plan to build the border wall and explained how he thinks building a 1,954-mile-long wall may be trickier than the president expects.

In the article, Siegfried wrote, “Mr. Trump fails to take into account the major hurdle the wall faces: eminent domain […] the U.S. would need to own all 1,954 miles of the border” in able to proceed with the wall’s construction.

But maybe Siegfried does not fully realize that projects involving eminent domain are built all of the time and greenlighted regularly.

For example, there are people all the time who own farmland or even a home near a proposed roadway and yet the roadway still goes in over time. This happens commonly in both urban and rural settings and in some cases is part of the gentrification process in which the municipality in charge ultimately takes possession of land by offering the landowner(s) what’s known as “just compensation” under the 5th and the roads are built.

But Siegfried insists:

Recent history shows that’s easier said than done. In 2006 Congress passed the Secure Fence Act with strong bipartisan backing, including the support of New York Democrat Chuck Schumer, now Senate minority leader. The law authorized construction of a border fence along 700 miles of the U.S.-Mexico border, including 100 miles in Texas. Lawmakers expected swift completion of the project.

Instead, a decade later, there are unfenced gaps—because the fence had to have holes to accommodate local ranchers whose cattle graze on the southern side, but also due to property owners’ fighting land seizures in federal court.

But per contra, what Siegfried suggests is not always the case. And in response to the “unfenced gaps” and “holes” in the current border fence, such problems are better attributed to the manner in which $1.2B of Bush appropriated funding was spent on the FY2017 project — or should I say, not spent.

It turns out that when President George W. Bush signed H.R. 6061 on Oct. 26, 2006, a CNN poll followed shortly after which said that most Americans “prefer the idea of more Border Patrol agents to a 700-mile (1,125-kilometer) fence.” The statement was blatant propaganda, possibly used as a tool to facilitate the misappropriation of the $1.2B to the Department of Homeland Security as a whole and not specifically for the border fence project as originally intended. Needless to say, only a portion of the funding went to the construction of the fence which led to major security issues along the line.

It’s amazing to watch this all unfold in real-time as the powers-that-be can’t stand to see how a real border wall may soon be a possibility.Click To Tweet

So when we talk about “holes” and “gaps” in the 700-mile section, let’s remember that it was never an intention of the Bush Administration to build the fence properly in the first place because the money was funneled into the Deep State’s war chest. Not to mention that all of this costs the American people big time.

Withal you have a dual edged sword. On one edge you have the need for a wall and on the other edge, you have people who own property which may be affected by the construction of such wall.

Be as it may, when it comes to eminent domain, once the initial offers are given to landowners who are affected — prices typically catapult shortly after. And to Siegfried’s credit who already pointed this out, I agree.

CNBC.com reports:

An Associated Press analysis of court documents last year found that when homeowners reject the feds’ initial offers to buy their borderlands, the cost skyrockets.

The Nature Conservancy balked at an offer of $114,000 for a fence on its land in the Rio Grande Valley in south Texas, and ultimately settled for $1 million. A developer in Brownsville, Texas, was offered $233,000 but ended up with $4.7 million three years later.

In a youthful response to all of this failed presidential candidate, Jeb Bush reared his ugly head on Twitter Friday when he mocked Trump’s potential border wall struggles purported in the article titled Trump Can’t Build a Border Wall Without the Real Estate.

In the tweet, Ol’ Jeb included a link to the WSJ and tweeted “Reality sets in” as if he’s happy that Trump may hit unforeseen roadblocks when attempting to actually build a real wall, not a faux wall as erected during the Bush Admin.

Shepard Ambellas is an opinion journalist and the founder and editor-in-chief of Intellihub News & Politics (Intellihub.com). Shepard is also known for producing Shade: The Motion Picture (2013) and appearing on Travel Channel’s America Declassified (2013). Shepard is a regular contributor to Infowars. Read more from Shep’s World. Get the Podcast. Follow Shep on Facebook and Twitter.
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Pres. Trump: White House running smoothly despite inherited mess

Trump nails it for crowd of ‘9000’

MELBOURNE, Flor. (INTELLIHUB) — Pres. Trump told nearly 9000 people at a rally inside of an airport hangar Saturday evening that despite all of the inherited mess from the Obama Administration the White House is running rather smoothly. The president pulled Air Force One within proximity of the tarmac and put on quite the spectacle for the crowd as he disembarked the presidential aircraft.

At one point the ticket line leading into the event was reported to be “a mile long” and hundreds were reportedly left outside the completely packed arena while Trump spoke inside.

The event was paid for by the Trump campaign and felt like a rally, reporters who attended the event said.

During the rally, a vibrant and good spirited Trump asked a supporter from out in the crowd who Trump had seen on TV to hop over the fence and address the nation from the podium. Seconds later the highly excited man took the microphone and proceeded. The nervous man said that he knew Trump was telling the truth and that he knew Trump would do what he promised. Trump took the mic back and shook the man’s hand again before making a comment about how the Secret Service may not have liked what just happened in a total wild card.

Soon after, Trump said that he ordered the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Justice Department (DoJ) to stop “trans-national criminal” and “secure the southern border” in an all-out effort to keep all illegals and bad people out of our country.

[Cheers from the crowd]

The president said that he intends to build a wall.

During the rally, the president spoke in a strong tone, with vigor.

“Their agenda is not your agenda,” the POTUS said, bonding with the crowd on a common level.

“We are going to take care of our veterans [and] we are going to drain the swamp in D.C.,” he said firmly, talking about back-and-forth politics, a.k.a. one-sided politics.

‘No wonder the Democrats are doing so badly.”

‘The Dems. planned “takeover […] was the greatest defeat in modern history.’

‘The Democrats planned takeover was the greatest defeat in modern history,” he said.

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Later in his speech, Trump said that the entire healthcare system needs to be fixed along with infrastructure “all across our great nation” — which, of course, everyone knows.

But then the POTUS made mention of “the movement” which he said is “sweeping across our country” because people “want to take back control of their lives.”

The POTUS went on to speak about his national security plans for a bit and said that we need to achieve “real peace” and “real prosperity” by opening America up for business.

Here is the bottom line — we’ve got to keep our country safe. — Pres. TrumpClick To Tweet

“We are fighting battles that aren’t helping us.”

‘And some of these nations that we are helping out are not paying us back or doing anything in return,’ the POTUS told the crowd.

“This is our legacy and it belongs to all of you and it belongs to every man, woman, and child in the nation.”

“We share one destiny and one glorious American flag.”

“We will make America proud again. We will make America safe Again.”


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