Sarah Westall, Trafficking/Blackmail Cycle of Evil |410|

A lot of people will be somewhat relieved by news of his death. Will anything come of any investigation? Epstein’s right hand woman will no doubt know a lot, she won’t sleep well from now on. They’re supposedly claiming that cameras ‘malfunctioned’.

Jake Morphonios had a really detailed investigative series which gave rather too good a picture of Epstein if you’re interested. As might be expected, it’s an uncomfortable listen at times.
Here is the first one:
Thanks for that very disturbing video. It really looks as though the authorities are finally working to expose the truth. I guess Epstein died in a pretty brutal way (far more painful than being executed), so I don't think he totally escaped justice.

I think we are beginning to see the full horror of what Donald Trump called the swamp. I know he went to this island once and I imagine it was only then that he realised the true nature of his friend Epstein. I fervently hope that no evidence surfaces that implicates The President in this activity. I rather doubt that he would have pursued his controversial path the the White House if he were implicated in any of this.

You know, years ago we talked about Pizzgate on the forum, and a lot of people were very scornful of that - I hope people are beginning to see that it wasn't really so wacky to explore that.

David
 
What is becoming increasingly likely -- At least two presidents were closely associated with Epstein. Both swear they haven't heard from him in years. Trump says he had a falling out and even kicked Epstein out of Mar Lago. Here's the point that isn't brought up by Trump supporters. Epstein rapes a 14-year-old at Trump's hotel and Trump does NOT call the cops. Think about that again. That is what a close associate would do (and/or someone compromised).
Well I think if you look at the history of all this, the whole prosecution mechanism was corrupted at the top to protect people like Epstein. Reporting something like this might have lead nowhere, and maybe lead to Trump's death in some way. Maybe instead, he decided to try to be president and bring the whole rotten system down. I think this is the real reason so many high-powered people are so hysterical about Trump!

David
 
If you think Trump became president to bring the whole system down, you haven't been paying attention to Donald Trump and all of his policies and behaviors of the past. I could fill up a thousand posts with a thousand proofs that Donald is not a swamp drainer. He is just a narcissistic bully, jealous and vindictive towards those who will not love him and invite him in.
 
I find Trump to be temporary Viagra for men that strive and suffer as they feel entitled to be king of their castle.
I agree. He uses classic dictator's fear-mongering, false belief of recognition and has no altruistic intentions. That he's a modern Nero is another vain hope, we little humans love hope and many men still think they have a castle to defend.
 
Trump called the swamp. I know he went to this island once and I imagine it was only then that he realised the true nature of his friend Epstein. I fervently hope that no evidence surfaces that implicates The President in this activity.
David
David, I think you need to read up on Trump from multiple sources. Stop imagining and hoping.
 
Part three:
https://www.mintpressnews.com/mega-group-maxwells-mossad-spy-story-jeffrey-epstein-scandal/261172/
Perhaps the best illustration of how the connections between many of these players often meld together can be seen in Ronald Lauder: a Mega Group member, former member of the Reagan administration, long-time donor to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Israel’s Likud Party, as well as a long-time friend of Donald Trump and Roy Cohn.
 
I am not a Trump supporter, but. When you work in Washington, you hone an ability to spot political hack-work. That class of fiction features just this such language below - terminology which my mentors taught me to never employ - as it flags malicious intent and dishonesty... I did not have to venture too far into this Whitney Webb 1-hour-in-the-cubicle wonder of journalism, to spot the earmarks of laziness and negative ambition.

Never trust a person who speaks in such weasel phrases, much less establishes an epistemology in this manner. Any ethical editor should have fired the person who wrote this... Sentence ten is an almost humorous, clear violation of journalistic ethics.

Quotes:

alleged relationship
is believed to have
are all tied to the same network
which includes elements of
clear links to
close ties to
was also closely tied to the same
many key figures in that same network
that were involved in
were connected to the same network that involved key figures linked to
tangled web of unsavory alliances casts a lurid light
made increasingly clear as more and more information comes to light
influence on his most famous protege
was closely associated with numerous
was a frequent fixture at
were said to be those who
a bank where Cohn held influence
unique position as a liaison
made him a force to be reckoned with
was also an influential force in
whom he considered a friend
individuals who would later become influential in
had deep ties to...

I had to quit at that point because I was getting nauseous...
 
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David, I think you need to read up on Trump from multiple sources. Stop imagining and hoping.
Well why would he facilitate these investigations if he himself was involved? He isn't stupid!

I have watched the Dems use every and any tactic to try to get their way. Their primary aim is to topple President Trump, so they try to blacken him, even with something that Trump seems to have helped expose.

Thanks T.E.S, - you probably read further than I would have managed.

A significant part of what I like about Trump, is his willingness to 'Drain the Swamp'. If Epstein wasn't swamp life, who was?

David
 
I am not a Trump supporter, but. When you work in Washington, you hone an ability to spot political hack-work. That class of fiction features just this such language below - terminology which my mentors taught me to never employ - as it flags malicious intent and dishonesty... I did not have to venture too far into this Whitney Webb 1-hour-in-the-cubicle wonder of journalism, to spot the earmarks of laziness and negative ambition.

Never trust a person who speaks in such weasel phrases, much less establishes an epistemology in this manner. Any ethical editor should have fired the person who wrote this... Sentence ten is an almost humorous, clear violation of journalistic ethics.

Quotes:

alleged relationship
is believed to have
are all tied to the same network
which includes elements of
clear links to
close ties to
was also closely tied to the same
many key figures in that same network
that were involved in
were connected to the same network that involved key figures linked to
tangled web of unsavory alliances casts a lurid light
made increasingly clear as more and more information comes to light
influence on his most famous protege
was closely associated with numerous
was a frequent fixture at
were said to be those who
a bank where Cohn held influence
unique position as a liaison
made him a force to be reckoned with
was also an influential force in
whom he considered a friend
individuals who would later become influential in
had deep ties to...

I had to quit at that point because I was getting nauseous...
So what is your position on Cohn? Good guy? Swamp drainer?
 
Perfectly fair.

I am open to evidence from anyone that Trump is not part part of the swamp. Haven't found any yet.
All that picture shows, is that he was acquainted with those at the top - and maybe infatuated by them for a while.

To me Epstein epitomised the swamp. Yes, Trump was friends with him, but clearly they stopped being friends, and I think it is probably that that happened because Trump became aware of the sexual abuses.

I have noticed that sometimes people who mean well - as I am sure you do - become so pure that they will never accept anyone who rises to the top.

David
 
To me Epstein epitomised the swamp. Yes, Trump was friends with him, but clearly they stopped being friends, and I think it is probably that that happened because Trump became aware of the sexual abuses.
“I’ve known Jeff for 15 years. Terrific guy,” Mr. Trump told New York magazine in 2002. “He’s a lot of fun to be with. It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side.”
It was supposed to be an exclusive party at Mar-a-Lago, Donald J. Trump’s members-only club in Palm Beach, Fla. But other than the two dozen or so women flown in to provide the entertainment, the only guests were Mr. Trump and Jeffrey Epstein.

The year was 1992 and the event was a “calendar girl” competition, something that George Houraney, a Florida-based businessman who ran American Dream Enterprise, had organized at Mr. Trump’s request.

“I arranged to have some contestants fly in,” Mr. Houraney recalled in an interview on Monday. “At the very first party, I said, ‘Who’s coming tonight? I have 28 girls coming.’ It was him and Epstein.”

Mr. Houraney, who had just partnered with Mr. Trump to host events at his casinos, said he was surprised. “I said, ‘Donald, this is supposed to be a party with V.I.P.s. You’re telling me it’s you and Epstein?’”
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/09/us/politics/trump-epstein.html
 
So what is your position on Cohn? Good guy? Swamp drainer?
great question / point. IMO Cohn is it key piece of the trump puzzle. nonetheless let's hope we can keep him in there for four more years in order to at least put up some resistance to the chi-com globalist.
 
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