Maybe my internet connection is slow, or maybe it’s not. Maybe the search terms Michele Bachmann and “child prostitution in Minnesota” are on the FBI radar.
Either way, when I tried to access the documentation of the Republican involvement in the pedophilia and prostitution scandals that had occured under Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, and George Bush Jr.-newspaper scans and clippings, police reports, trials and judicial investigations- my web search was redirected and the connection timed out.
REPUBLICANS LOVE LITTLE CHILDREN, SOMETIMES TO DEATH: THE FRANKLIN CHILD SEX RING AND THE BUSH ERA( a formerly banned Discovery Channel documentary-59 minutes long)
I was curious if the recent announcement of Michele Bachmann running for president scared anyone except me, because, after all, she has a main pipeline hook-up to children in Minnesota foster care, and has made money by taking in many of them, and Minnesota has a curious reputation for producing child prostitutes culled from low income families and foster care.
I was also wondering about the fact that over the years, many American children involved in the foster care system have been molested, sexually abused, used, while IN that system, or otherwise harmed, scapegoated,and misdirected through life after contact with foster parents, while many others–especially the males– wound up in prison,discredited, or dead.
I was especially curious, because many many years ago, during the Reagan years, other Republicans were implicated in child sex abuse claims that rocked the nation, but these children’s stories were eventually swept under the proverbial prayer shawl when names were being named, and fall guys being felled.
The kids claimed they were mind controlled, and attendance and victimization at shadowy cross country sex parties of Republican operatives and politicians. Some passed lie detector tests and said that George H.W. Bush himself made appearances at those parties, or drew maps of the inside of the White House that no kid could know unless they had been there.
One Paul Bonacci collected a million dollar judgement against some of his perpetrators many years after the FBI sought to discredit him (largely because he was a male accuser, rather than a female), and instigated him being locked up for five years on perjury charges, and a judge brushed his story under the rug, while some of the other victims themselves were sentenced to prison because the judge called them liars and perjurers.
Then I watched, as “first wave feminism” cozied up ever closer to right wing police ideology; and colluded with national media and national police organizations to proselytize rape theology–a cultish socio-political climate and method of social blackmail, and control where adherents viciously attack non-believers, and ruthlessly prey on non conformist males like Julian Assange.
If feminists were anything but a CIA backed movement, they would question Bachmann’s child rearing experience, or Mitt Romney’s for that matter.
Listened as uber-manly John Walsh convinced us that child predators were everywhere, cooperation with police is necessary at all times, because he had lost his son to someone; and observed how the Nation built forward into a perspective where a military draft was no longer necessary; as American boys and girls were desensitized, and militarized through Ritalin, video games, and fear of consensual sex. Fearful enough to sign chastity vows, yet sign up for war, and get their hands on guns and go over seas to kill other [married] peoples children.
All this as American prisons–rape factories, really– doubled and then over-crowded their capacity to house Americas men–sons, husbands, fathers-of-children-men, and multiplied charges that could be brought against men, as if American men were actually the problem.`
And I absorbed how women were to be believed no matter what, even when they were clearly violence prone and proven liars.
Try as one can, it is almost impossible to avoid the idea of conspiracy theory, but my internet connection was cut seven times when I began to look for the old newspaper cyber-clippings and the names of the victims of these earlier cases of horrendous child abuse that preceded–and in some ways created, the rape-culture politics of the last two decades.
The very phrase conspiracy evokes an instant and undesirable reaction in most listeners, and an even quicker dismissal of the speaker as dubiously motivated or uninformed at best, and then dismissed with real evidence of crime minimized as merely part of a “Conspiratainment Complex”.
As one commentator puts it, “Conspiracy Theory lacks credibility because it has no history. Original research doesn’t get cited so much as looted, refitted as filler content to feed new revelations to a hungry audience. They know what they like because they like what they know. It is a product that gets updated for new audiences through a self-selected succession of upstart entrepreneurs. Mae Brussel becomes Lyndon LaRouche becomes Alex Jones…”
Yet conspiracy–or in the very least, distrust of official sources and inferences drawn in lieu of honesty from such sources– is beginning to define modern relations between American citizens and the press, the government, the police, and especially ‘citizen journalists. We doubt even our neighbors over the back fence, as we become a nation that routinely and daily marches over international treaties, the Geneva conventions, and UN charters in what appears to be a desperate attempt to control the outcomes of the world–for the next thousand years.
And we do it without questioning the perpetrators: our tacit, complicit selves; our neighbors, OUR police, and OUR government.
We are numbed to human rights abuses in America because we are afraid to speak about the abuses of our nation of excess, and those abuses are egregious, yet unspeakable, because many fear that we could become the next one in line for abuse. We all look at the man on the whipping post and secretly say ” glad it ain’t me,” or ” you probably did something to deserve it,” rather than to speak against the inhumanity.
Who cares if the last decades of presidents ruled by secret Executive Orders, and Obama is no different? ‘Its cheaper to run the paper pushing govermint that way, right? That guy getting his ass handed to him by cops on that Youtube video? He shoulda’ kept his mouth shut, and ain’t that funny how the cop rams the guys head into the squad car door? Haw, Haw, Haw…’
Glad it ain’t me…
So if you do decide to look into issues for yourself–or in the parlance of a bygone era, to employ freethinking–you are likely to encounter doubtful, unbelievable information all along the way, with a host and smattering of divisive partisan and anti-partisan rhetoric and lots of factoids that mainstream media manufactures,yet refuses to validate–hell, we’re still waiting to see the John F. Kennedy files!
Oh, and lots of cute rescued puppy stories .
But you won’t always have your internet connection cut off, redirected,or otherwise impeded until you look into what are, apparently, all the right places for all the right data with all the right Agency names, stories like “child prostitution pipeline in Minnesota,” for instance.
The problem isn’t the information, but its sources in government and the FBI et al, and worse, the glut of ‘safe’ and ‘sanctioned’ media is all just propaganda in favor of American consumer capitalism, and designed to numb your mind out of the idea of asking important questions–did Hunter S. Thompson actually commit suicide or was he suicided?
What really matters, then is ‘What’s your flavor?’ ESPN and the latest b.s. scandal about some pumped-up athlete on steroids? Or CSI: Miami, and its brand of power and control police-porn and escapism?
What (gasp!) yet another hither-come-yon 16-year-old maiden that was trained by Disney Corp. to be a ‘child superstar’ only to later cram her butt cheeks onto a stripper pole, and get all of us talking? How do you think she got the job as a child star for Disney execs in the first place?
The modern media cranks out one of those stories every couple of years, tropes and parodies of real news; real humdingers to slather over, but crummy stories to read. From a money standpoint, imaginative as your entertainment dollar is old–but how trite, and uncreative; how easy to access and control such stories; how easy to talk about.
Which makes them non-stories. Infotainment for couch-sitting numb-asses stuck in the Conspiratainment Complex, trying to shoot their way to the next level of Law and Order SVU over a box of Oreos.
But real stories are always there,and they boil and simmer, and waft real flavor, and spice. They take time to cook, and for some ingredients to settle to the bottom, while others bubble up to the top. Real stories take time to read, and research, and to finally tell you by their scent that the time is ripe to tell them–even the left-overs are savory.
I know that I haven’t found real information UNTIL the internet connection goes wacky.
Obama’s latest lockstep-with-Bush maneuver? Boring, and besides he’s doing his best, and gee whizz he sure talks nice for a…um, lawyer.
The CIA stirring up endless war in the middle east? More drones, droning? What’s new? That old story is too difficult for most of us to understand, or care about, and besides, ‘those people are always killing eachother over there anyways’– until it was us over there killing those people–but for freedom–and National Security reasons; like, dude, cool warporn videos of real life videogame killers, conquering heroes.
Who cares if the CIA is exporting child slavery? They moved the Finders cult to Taiwan?
WE TRUST GOVERNMENT; WE LIKE OUR JOBS ( those of us who have them still); AND WE DON’T CARE WHAT HAPPENS OUT THERE, AS LONG AS MY TAXES DON’T GO UP…and cops keep those crack-heads and sex offenders out of my neighborhood.
And, hey if I want real interesting stories about real stuff, I will listen to John Grishham on audio mp3 ; the latest on how Harry Potter comes out of the closet riding a vibrating broom that his mother bought him, in a touching moment.
But Jeff Gannon? Who is he and who cares anymore? That story is so, um, 2008, and John Stewart covered that. And don’t even tell me about Guantanamo anymore, at least it isn’t Abu Ghraib. And besides, who cares?
Oh, wait: SlutWalk is big news, right now, something to talk about, and it helps women, right?
Its the moment we live in that counts–so never mind that the same police agency in Toronto Canada that made a ‘bad remark about women dressing provocatively’ also broke Dorian Bartons arm at the G20 and tried to cover-up his false arrest and physical damages by hiding the police officer responsible for it!
What matters is that SlutWalkers with imaginary rapes in their heads distract us away from stories of recent and actual victims of police violence, and whether or not feminism is intact, and women controlled through fear.
It’s not easy to research the fringes of boring old history, nor is it easy to recover histories truly defining and important lost moments; but if we cared about anything, we should care about how hooked up Michelle Bachmann is with Minnesota foster children–we should be very scared, because back there in the not too far away past is the Franklin Credit Union scandal, the CIA child cult the Finders and the many moments that followed.
Republicans, the CIA, the FBI and foster care kids have a cozy little history worth noting. As Bachmann puts it, kids have value: “Our children are worth it and obedience to God demands it.”
That not-too-far-away past was just enough time to raise Generation Single mother/Split-family household– soldiers and cannon fodder for the IED laden roads of Iraq. No room for men–or fathers- in the houses of lower income families, when fear-trained women are raising future soldiers on a steady diet of war-porn, video games, hatred for men, and Ritalin–and we talk about a technology gap, while importing tech savvy workers from India, and China?
Another moment from the past not quite lost, is the not long ago actual news of the Finders pedophilia and child sex cult; a group of people who were part of a major international child sex and pornography ring, a criminal case of child neglect, abuse, and cult-sex effectively buried the FBI.
Those moments are not entirely lost, nor are those moments or the significance of those moments forgotten. Sometimes they just move them overseas. Those moments pertain to now, as society acts out an orchestrated response to imagined rape, while vilifying men who work for peace.
What is missing though, is a plausible explanation of why the FBI did virtually nothing about allegations of children being sexually abused, shuffled across Americas borders in vans, pimped to political organizations and some of them eventually committing suicide, and being murdered on their watch.
What is missing is an explanation from the FBI of why it allowed the child victims of that eras scandals to be prosecuted for perjury after those victims spoke out at trials and at judicial inquiries. Or why the FBI let the CIA cover-up that “internal matter” of the Finders child porn and sex cult. After all, the CIA charter does not allow them to do their dirt here on American shores–right?
Which would have implicated the FBI for not prosecuting criminals within the CIA. And it implicates them now in orchestrating and socially engineering a climate of false flag waving about child sex rings and porn.
Why now the FBI is grandstanding and attempting moral high ground in their claims to be pursuing child sex rings, pornography, and international human trafficking, and pulling up only handfuls of alleged pedophiles–bored porn collectors really–and that same agency has no definition of how women can rape kids; no clear profiles, or policies in place that take action against women who procure children for prostitution.
Women have primary, fundamental and fundamentalist access to childrens minds, and if mind control begins anywhere, it begins there.
The FBI are apparently too busy pre-emptively setting up phony child porn links to get to the heart of the matter: women who control children. They are an agency that neither seeks out, nor prosecutes the perpetrators, or the procurers–and only make a show of prosecuting the bottom feeders, instead of going after sharks.
The now widely debunked Jordan Minnesota child sex scandal, the McMartin preschool scandal, the so-called satanic sex abuse cults of the rural Americans; these were easy targets for the FBI, because they helped create them–and even then, they were proven to be part of a bizarre contrived witch hunt; but Franklin, and the Finders?
Yet again, the powerful were able to get away, likely literally, with murder, and the FBI did nothing to stop it, even with the clear and convincing evidence that it WAS real–before the actual investigations.Such an agency has no moral high ground to stand on.
Now, I am not implying that Michelle Bachmann is a pedophile, though she has often declared her longing and love for children, but just like so many other competitive-birther’s and child collecting women on the left like Angelina Jolie and Madonna, her agenda for kids scares me; and I am not suggesting that there is a conspiracy at all, but the fact is, apparently, powerful women just love kids, anf the FBI has no profile of their capabilities.
I am remembering history, and wondering if anyone else is as creeped out as I am when I make the connection between Republicans and their sordid history with children; especially other peoples children, like runaways, and foster kids, and their connections to local charities and social services that give them access to kids.
That double standard that overlooks the female inter-family dynamic that encouraged Sarah Palin’s daughter to get knocked up; and that womans hypocrisy on sex and family values has Minnesota roots.
There’s just something not quite right in Minnesota, and its women are brewing up some interesting stories.
I hope I am wrong, but Michelle Bachmann is the Republican answer to the caustic female Democrats who created a generation of girls who slather over the idea that rape “does happen, might happen, and could happen,” to little girls and women, but forget how many little boys disappear only to become Jeff Gannons who service Karl Rove’s, and how connected they all are with foster kids and runaways.
The FBI still can’t find Jacob Wetterling, nor have they ever prosecuted or publicly addressed the Finders CIA cult. I guess you can’t grease the government propaganda wheels if boys are victims.
I am being open minded, and speculative; pre-emptively cautious.
And, I am wondering why my internet goes down, or redirects, or times out every time I search for topics like Detroit Police Murder 7-year-old girl, Johnny Gosch/Guckert/Gannon, and Rusty E. Nelson, who was arrested two days after Hunter S. Thompson committed suicide–and especially the hard data about Franklin Credit Union.
Standard issue conspiracy phrases like ‘CIA mind control’ don’t miss a cyber-beat because the CIA were outed years ago with MKULTRA and child sex experiments via Project MONARCH-but ‘CIA sex camps in Svay Pek Cambodia’ causes my system to overclock, and I get the special local ISP message page ‘we couldn’t find what you were looking for’–a dare to look harder, but beware of what “YOU” find there, as if its my fault,or my CIA sex camp.
I get lots of bandwidth if I look up Seinfeld quotes, or download commercially sponsored music videos, but there is always that little problem when I look up off color or off-popular-radar government and police or FBI “counter-terrorism” directed against Americans; like cowardly investigations against peace activists, like Mick Kelly.
Reality check; O.K., ESPN, MSNBC,etc. load just fine despite the heavy ad content and java script clutter; and the pop-ups direct me to the latest athlete who is banging Madonna’s child-collecting wooden box full of Kabbalah charms, and fresh infotainment on Lady GayGay’s meat pie.
Same old drum beat, different day, beating the pale dead horse; and the byte goes on.
The strangest part is that I write using only public internet access, and that is a really big bunch of dots to try to connect right now. But the lines of history are not, and if you like a good story, try starting your own with “history repeats itself,” but stay away from all that conspiracy, and stick to the facts.
All the facts I have to go on is that Michelle Bachmann loves the children, and especially family-detached foster children; and she appears to be the Republican answer to the excesses of Democratic feminist rhetoric, like Hillary Clintons dubious CIA-backed feminist village, or the late Sheila Wellstone’s hyper-focused anti-male excesses in Minnesota and her denial of women’s violence against children.
There is just something wrong, or questions not getting asked about Minnesota women, because they sure do raise a lot of baby hookers.
I wouldn’t want any of those women around my kids–or yours, despite both parties claims to love,and great desires to act upon that love, with, and “for the children.”
They might just love them to death, especially if the children are boys.
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