We don’t really know if Jeffrey Epstein is dead. He might have suicided himself (doubtful; hard to do given what was available), he might have been suicided by deep state operators (black hats); further, given that it appears that the security cameras were down, the guards not present, and he had just, at the end of July, been taken off “suicide watch,” it may be that the black hat op was actually a white hat sting op. Or: yes, he may have been “switched out,” the body shown someone else’s, Epstein himself flown to Israel or Gitmo or a deep underground base. Who knows? In any case, what his iconic case is about, does not “die” with him.
Less than 48 hours after the big news Saturday morning (which BTW, instantly switched our focus from Texas and Ohio shootings) on Sunday night, the Mark Levin show, this interview with the brother of a girl who was trafficked at 13 in South Africa, and luckily, returned home, after six long, terrible years. Most child sex trafficking victims do not return. Most of them die within seven years, given addiction, abuse, and suicide rates.
Please realize: child sex trafficking is extremely lucrative. A single child can be “sold” over and over again, bringing in his or her pimp upwards of $250,000 per year.
And realize too, this is not just a problem affecting the upper echelons of society. Not just confined to blackmailed politicians in DC or Hollywood glitterati, or the Catholic Church, or sports, or boarding schools. No. Child sex trafficking is everywhere, threaded throughout all the small towns, cities, rural areas, of every socioeconomic stratum. For more, see Liz Crokin, preeminent investigator of this phenomenon. Or see Conspiracy of Silence: The Franklin Cover-up, or read Kathy O’Brien’s Trance Formation of America.
For anyone who still doesn’t believe in the extent and seriousness of child sex trafficking in the U.S. and worldwide, please watch this entire broadcast. Unless you are determined to remain ignorant, it cannot fail to red pill you; and, BTW: to force us all to realize that child sex trafficking is not merely a polarized political issue; it is a profoundly moral issue. And we the people must cop to it, put a stop to it, if we wish to free our souls.