First, an overview:
Couple the above with a post that went viral yesterday:
The boy scouts join altar boys in Catholic Churches, young athletes and their coaches, young people groomed to be “stars” in Hollywood, the music and other entertainment industries. Nuns and priests prey on students in boarding schools . . . Judges, police, prosecutors, complicit in predator rings and nests. Politicians blackmailed via filmed drug and sex parties with children. Millionaire Jeffrey Epstein’s Lolita Express. On and on. Pedophilia, and worse (Satanic rituals, human sacrifices, organ and blood harvesting and trafficking) is not only operating everywhere, but is more and more exposed.
Then there’s the internal divisions and conflict between two self-appointed anti-pedophilia tribunals (reminds me of the internal divisions within the ufology community). This conflict seems to be mainly between Kevin Annett (ITTCS) and Robert David Steele (ITNJ). Is this just a battle just over who gets to claim the anti-pedophile “territory”? Yuck. See for example, this.
Then there’s single cases, but coming thick and fast, for example:
“Scientist of the Year” arrested, charged with 35 counts of child porn . . . many science “skeptics” are pedophiles
Just today, in the local newspaper: this headline: “Man charged with having child porn”: 600 videos, some with children as young as 12.
When I mentioned the local news to my housemate Dan, he told me of a childhood classmate of his in Booneville, Indiana, who was most likely abused at home, arrested over and over again for child porn. Both of us wonder: how many pedophiles were themselves victims of the same when children? Most likely, most of them.
The scourge is real. It’s global. It’s local. And we need to come to terms with it. That Donald Trump vowed, early on, to eliminate this scourge from the world is what first made me pay close attention to his presidency. Notice that his remarks on the need for a border wall with Mexico often refer to human trafficking.
But if you don’t have it — human trafficking, just as an example. When you see today what’s going on, people that aren’t willing to do what they have to do, and they know what they have to do, they’re doing the country a tremendous disservice.
We’re here to directly, from members of law enforcement, hear what they have to say, and battling the scourge of human trafficking on our southern border and all across our nation. Much of it comes — in fact, most of it comes — some people would say almost all of it — from the southern border, which we can stop very easily. This is not something you can go through points of entry. You can’t just say that you have three people in a car and bound up and all sorts of problems, and you can’t go through a port of entry, obviously. They go through areas where we don’t have a wall.