Was Epstein the tip of the iceberg?Posted by Jimmy Cooper / September 16, 2019
Jeffery Epstein’s perversions have dominated pretty much every major news source because they seem so far out of the norm. But what if he was just the tip of the iceberg? The Salt Lake Tribune, among others, have wondered if Epstein was but one of many rich men to use their power to abuse young women.
The attorney of Ghislaine Maxwell, the woman who allegedly procured young women for Jeffrey Epstein to sexually violate, has said that recently unsealed court documents could implicate “hundreds of other people.” Due to disagreements between parties involved in the lawsuit, however, it could take some time before the documents are unsealed.
One of the parties is Virginia Giuffre, claimed that Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell, and a number of powerful men were all involved in a sex trafficking ring that ensnared her. The men include former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, Britain’s Prince Andrew, Glenn Dublin, former Senator George Mitchell, fomer MIT scientist Marvin Minsky, modeling agent Jean-Luc Brunel, as well as other international political leaders.
Epstein’s perversions, it seems, knew no bounds. According to interviews with friends and colleagues, Epstein was fascinated with the possibility of engineering a race of super humans using his DNA. This interest is called transhumanisim, a more sophisticated and slightly less overtly racist descendent of eugenics. Epstein reportedly wanted to use his New Mexico ranch as a literal breeding ground. The alleged sex ring makes one wonder if other powerful men had the same desires.
And the pedophilia concerns go much deeper, infecting even everyday website like YouTube. The video below broke the story wide open––but it’s twenty minutes, so we forgive you if you don’t want to watch it. Here’s the summary: YouTube’s algorithm shows you more videos like the videos you tend to watch, so if you watch a few videos of, say, little girls doing gymnastics, YouTube will show you more videos like that. But it gets much, much worse.
There’s an error in the algorithm, and once you click on a few of those kinds of videos, that’s all you’ll see. And if you look in the comments you’ll find pedophiles timestamping parts of the videos with girls in compromising positions. Many of these videos were taken and re-uploaded by the pedophiles themselves. Of course, these videos all contain advertising. So basically, YouTube is making pedophilia profitable.
This video has led to massive fallout. It started when Disney pulled out their advertising money. Then Nestle. Now, AT&T and Hasbro have pulled out, too. “Until Google can protect our brand from offensive content of any kind, we are removing all advertising from YouTube,” an AT&T spokesperson said. The fallout for this is bound to continue.