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Ee4fire 1k posts, incept 2011-03-24
2023-05-23 18:25:41

Nobody has explained how Epstein made his money. He had a lot of it; you don't buy an island and outfit it, never mind a nice big jet aircraft which is expensive to buy and also very expensive to maintain, fuel and staff without some source of income.

From everything I read he stole most of it from Leslie Wexner. Wexner said Jeffrey had "misappropriated" about 46 million of his money before Wexner dumped him as his financial advisor. Evidently Wexner gave him Power of Attorney over his finances. Nothing like someone else's open check book to keep your bank accounts full.

(Politicians), 536 commoditized temple monkeys pawing through the ruins of America in search of bribes. (The District of Corruption) works like a vending machine. You put coins in the slot, select yo
Emupaul 154 posts, incept 2013-04-17
2023-05-23 18:26:11

I'm not sure how I could be blackmailed.

Sure, I got busted for shoplifting in the early '80's because I dunno, just being a young 'tard. Just a dumbass like everyone at some time. No ticket or fines. Gonna blackmail me for sex with a dude? Not going to work, we were drunk and whatever, it was his idea and my little head doesn't care if it feels good. And while you are trying to blackmail me, I'm dropping my pants and saying "Ya want some of this? Everyone I've been naked with likes it.".

So. What are all these people doing that they can be blackmailed?

No, for real. What are they being blackmailed for? Sex with another dude? Sex with some woman not their wife? Nah. That's not enough, "we was drunk" covers all of that.

And it seems that everyone in Congress is blackmailed. Huh.

Twiggler 180 posts, incept 2021-02-02
2023-05-23 18:45:15

Since the Ticker references Congress, I'm going to make a small (I hope small) leap in the conversation to bring y'all what occurred to me this morning.

I was reading through my email while drinking my coffee. I saw one from my representative. The email was a survey my representative was taking, asking the people the question: Should there be conditions like to receive any welfare one must work to the bill extending the debt limit? The answers were obvious: (1) No, simply extend the debt ceiling, (2) Yes, there should be conditions, (3) Other, please specify.

The dirty rotten goobs that created the survey didn't provide a text box to specify other.

So I chose other and then immediately emailed my representative. I have little confidence I'll get any sort of reply because I didn't mince words.

The gist of what I said is the answers presuppose on 2 options. I suggested my representative actually work and think outside the box. I suggested another alternative is to let the debt ceiling stay where it is and have Congress do their jobs by not kicking the bucket down the road and to actually tell the Fed to quit printing money. I suggested that the Congress are a bunch of middle schoolers playing king of the hill or they are WWE and its all for show and tell as long as all get paid.

Lrs 715 posts, incept 2009-02-04
2023-05-23 20:46:00

I suspect that Black Jesus was/is owned by the CIA. Whatever records he had that were sealed are likely to contain material that could be used to control him.

Like being a Kenyan faggot ineligible to be a US Pres? Yeah, I can believe that!

I hold it that a little rebellion now and then is a good thing, and as necessary in the political world as storms in the physical.
Thomas Jefferson, Letter to James Madison, 30 Jan. 1787
Cluelessinfl 292 posts, incept 2011-01-08
2023-05-23 20:46:16

The people will do nothing

Want to know why? Because. We. Have. No. Power.

Oh we can vote harder next time. lmfao.

Theres that old adage about if all the other boxes fail, theres always the cartridge box. Thats not gonna happen. At least for me. Much as I fantasize about taking a sniper rifle to some of these sons of bitches, I harbor no illusion that I would get away with it. Theres no way in hell that I would bring the might of the government and the media down upon my family. If it was just me, then I might think differently. But its not.

You cannot reason someone out of a position they didn't reason themselves into.
Tickerguy 195k posts, incept 2007-06-26
2023-05-23 20:46:41

OF course you won't get away with it.

It happens when you don't care if you get away with it.

That's how it is, and how it should be.

The difference between "kill" and "murder" is that murder, as a subset of kill, is undeserved by the deceased.
Heartlander 2k posts, incept 2021-02-25
2023-05-24 08:22:48

Re: Dean Koontz's Jane Hawk series:
My rational brain focused on the studies, research, and reasoning our host here brought to light. My lizard brain just kept thinking of the Jane Hawk series. It was an effective combo.


You and I were on the very same wavelength. To those here who haven't read the series yet, yes it really is that powerful. It strikes deep into the subconscious, like all great art does, but it also sets to tingling the deep animal survival instincts.

The creepiest part of the story besides the forced injections is the implanted digital-brain interface that enables the mind control, turning human beings into what real-life WEF guru Yuval Harari calls "hackable animals."

Indeed, the epigraph of the fifth volume is from the founder/promoter of the real-life NeuraLink enterprise:
Creating a neural [brain] lace is the thing that really matters for humanity to achieve symbiosis with machines.
-- Elon Musk

In Koontz's pentalogy, the forced injections are for the purpose of delivering into human bodies materials that, once in the body, self-assemble into nanomachines that eventually get to the brain.

Gee, why does that sound so familiar?....
Lewfalo 60 posts, incept 2023-03-09
2023-05-24 08:22:57


I read a novel several years ago, "Unintended Consequences", by John Ross. Has some historical novel parts at the beginning to set up the fantasy part which is the main plot. The author loves going into detail of how firearms function, the physics of it all, and the historical aspect of firearms too, so it can be a tedious read. But the plot is extremely satisfying with a happy ending.

We may be getting to the point where rage and hopelessness tip the scales and enough people don't care, and especially with mobile phones being ubiquitous, most won't get away with it. But that novel is something to think about.
Fumei 4k posts, incept 2019-01-08
2023-05-24 08:23:10

If you have a case of terminal cancer then getting away with it does not matter.

Of course most who swore an oat to uphold and blah-blah-blah the constitooshun and who are trained in combat and who had and, or have such cancer and who are not bed ridden are full of digested oats or have died whilst full of digested oats.

It could be more productive to put rounds in unguarded transformers rather than guarded bipedal vermin.
Themortgagedude 12k posts, incept 2007-12-17
2023-05-24 08:44:57

I don't think Congress knew. Those fuckers didn't need to know so they weren't told. And very few of them are smart enough to figure it out.

I think its time we ask ourselves if we still know the freedoms that our founding fathers intended for us. Ronald Reagan 1964
Tickerguy 195k posts, incept 2007-06-26
2023-05-24 08:45:11

They have known since the original bust @Themortgagedude. All of them.

The difference between "kill" and "murder" is that murder, as a subset of kill, is undeserved by the deceased.
Larryboy 461 posts, incept 2012-12-29
2023-05-24 09:01:47

I read a novel several years ago, "Unintended Consequences", by John Ross.

It is a LONG read but worth the trip. You can find a PDF, for some time hard copy was hard to find.

This might work
Fredocal 87 posts, incept 2008-08-14
2023-05-25 10:20:55

Whitney Webb has done so much work on exposing Epsteins origins and his ties to organized crime, the government and to financial institutions. I just got her two books on the subject, One Nation Under Blackmail (Volumes 1 and 2), and I cant wait to dig in. Her interviews are always informative and I cant imagine the fearlessness it takes to report on this so openly. I mean hell, if the IRS starts intimidating Taibbi for reporting on the Twitter files, shes in dangerous territory.
Cluelessinfl 292 posts, incept 2011-01-08
2023-05-25 18:27:50

if the IRS starts intimidating Taibbi for reporting on the Twitter files, shes in dangerous territory.

I think she lives in South America somewhere.

You cannot reason someone out of a position they didn't reason themselves into.
Beignet 2k posts, incept 2008-05-16
2023-05-26 10:18:48

Love Whitney Webb. I have seen many of her interviews on you tube.

It is watching someone with a photogenic memory in action.

Beignet 2k posts, incept 2008-05-16
2023-05-26 12:08:15

photographic - sorry
Lt.slothrop 47 posts, incept 2023-05-01
2023-05-30 12:22:24

The mafia was doing this kind of sexual blackmail stuff a hundred years ago. I highly doubt they pioneered it, although the advent of photography and motion film recording definitely took it to the level required to REALLY own someone.

KGB kompromat, honey pots...

This isn't a new modus operandi. I suppose realizing your nation state is likely partaking in it (or institutional structures within said nation), and part of it included underage kids, is disgusting... yes. It is. Evil? Absolutely.

Shocking? No.

Think of your govt. in its current iteration as a giant mafia, and the shock will dissipate.

The GF2 Michael Corleone reference is both accurate historically, and why the deafening silence reigns in the corridors of DC...

"You can get to anyone."

The people that SHOULD be doing something about it, know that. It's not rocket science.

One could list off a virtual mountain of incidents proving that the US govt. is, and has been for a long time, a fundamentally shadowy, criminal, corrupt enterprise. JFK talked about it in speeches. They whacked him. 'nuff said.

In terms of origins, my view is that this all metastasized out of the post-WW2 mil-intel complex, and then grew thru the Cold War with unlimited funding and a kind of ideological/national security morality scrub to qualify it all. I've read books about some of the completely crazy things They did trying to outmaneuver the Soviets, like a Bond plot written by Rodney Dangerfield after a 2-week meth binge, and I wonder: how much advantage was incurred by these insane operations? How much damage was actually done by an Aldrich Ames-type traitor? Or was it (and still is) all just a bunch of adolescent busy bodies w/tradecraft and the coolest tech playing Spy vs. Spy with your tax dollars and young hookers cuz...

it's fun.

Good luck cleansing that out of your national governance structure. It would be so easy to just be a benevolent and kind super power, stay out of other country's shit, trade fairly, and air drop water/food/medicine when others need help, instead of dropping Raytheon Freedom Burgers on people's heads while hacking they're politician's metadata. Karma, as they say, is a b!tch. Bon appetit.
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