Major Players Implicated in Organized Pedophilia and Child-Trafficking

Evidence of Organized Pedophilia and Child-Trafficking Implicates Governments, Media, Churches and Charities

By Sonya Van Gelder

Guest Writer for Wake Up World

In my recent article, Suppressed Pedophilia Allegations Reveal Culture of Satanic Ritual Abuse, I discussed the story of the Hampstead child-abuse whistleblowers, 9 year old Hampstead girl Alisa and her 8 year old brother Gabriel, whose testimony of abuse at the hands of their father and the satanic cult had just been leaked into alternative media. The alleged abuses involve a network of pedophiles in positions of public trust, including school teachers (from 8 different schools), priests, social workers, health care workers, child protection agencies and police officers.

However, adding to the complexity of this situation, the more evidence that comes to light the more it appears that those people at the top of our society’s most influential social and legal are actively working to protect organized pedophilia and child-trafficking networks, rather than to dismantle them and bring the perpetrators to justice.

The Hampstead Case

Following the initial allegations, the children were examined by a Police Medical Officer. Medical reports cited physical injuries consistent with blunt force trauma that correlated with allegations of physical and sexual abuse. The children gave names and also provided details of perpetrators’ anatomies, characteristics and birth marks etc. However the UK legal establishment failed to begin formal investigations into these allegations, instead appearing to close ranks around the individuals and institutions implicated. Only after the children’s recorded confessions were made public did authorities pursue legal action — against the children’s mother, Ella Draper.

Inexplicably, showing no sensitivity to the nature of these allegations, the children were taken from her custody by UK authorities and entrusted to the same network of social workers, health care workers, child protection agencies and police that these children alleged to have facilitated their abuse.

According to Ms. Draper, the children were later asked by Police to retract their statements, in police interviews conducted after the children had already spent 6 days in two separate foster care accommodations. Notably, the children’s initial statements correlated with each other while also being extremely detailed, however their later retractions (issued after a week in institutional placement) were entirely dissimilar.

This case struck a chord and mobilized many informed citizens and activists. Since February, much more research has been done and many more connections have been made between those working to defend the rights of these children – and indeed, children everywhere. Such networked efforts have helped to create a bigger-picture understanding of this complex situation, lifting the veil on the organized and institutionalized molestation, abduction, trafficking, sale, rape, torture and murder of children.

However, with evidence mounting, activists working to raise awareness of this horrific situation have become increasingly disconcerted by the apparent inaction of high-level authorities in this matter. Volumes of recent and historical evidence indicates that global pedophilia and child-trafficking networks are not only operating within the ranks of our society’s most influential governing bodies and institutions, but are also being protected from legal recourse by those same institutions. Implicated by this evidence are countless well-known politicians and officials, educators, entertainers, media heads, and public and religious figures, many of whom appear to enjoy the protections of conspirators within the political, media, religious and justice systems — the systems that are meant to protect our children’s interests, not their calculated abusers.

Let’s examine the evidence.

Pedophiles in Politics

Allegations of pedophilia and satanic ritual abuse, child stealing and child trafficking are dangerously common amongst the highest ranking members of our society. The recurrence and consistence of allegations involving the powerful elite at the highest levels, coupled with the demonstrably routine suppression of evidence relating to those allegations, raises some difficult yet critical questions. Have the institutions we trust to serve the public’s best interests (including government, technology and media giants) in fact become corrupted, systemically serving more sinister, undisclosed ends?

As you’ll see in the short video below, British MP John Mann delivered a passionate speech to the British Parliament on 23th May 2015, outlining just how extensively pedophilia, child abuse and slavery networks are within the British Government…




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Pilot Talks About Chemtrail Spraying Program – Pics


Maybe my fellow pilots will read or hear about this, and decide to come forward as well.

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Why Science Says Having Kids May Be A Bad Idea


by Tatiana Baez in Generation Y

For many women, having children is the ultimate goal — the last hurrah, the one step we’ve been leading up to for our whole lives. The idea of having kids has been ingrained in us since childhood, with our parents dropping not-so-subtle comments like, “You’ll know how it feels when you have kids of your own” or “I’ll spoil my grandchildren.”

The importance of reproduction also has roots in religion. In Christian faiths, Adam and Eve were put on earth to reproduce and start the human race. Big families, which are sometimes the result of refusing contraception, are especially common in Christian households.

Then, of course, there is the influence of pop culture on reproducing. Movies like “Baby Mama” and “What to Expect When You’re Expecting” perpetuate the idea that having kids of your own will somehow fulfill your entire life.

Maybe having your own children will make your life worthwhile. It could also make your life much more stressful for social or financial reasons. According to a US Department of Agriculture report in August, the average cost of raising a child for 18 years is estimated at $241,080, and that figure does not include the cost of a college education. However, there is an even greater, more damaging reason we should not continue having kids: We are destroying the environment.

Currently, there are 317,493,011 people in the United States and 7,145,565,733 in the world, according to the United States Census Bureau. The rate at which we reproduce is astounding, and the harmful effects it has on the limited environmental resources on earth are even more startling. Overpopulation will continue to plague our world, and we have a moral responsibility to stop acting as contributors to the problem’s source.

Here are the top reasons science says you should not have kids.

1. Hunger

Within the past two years, around one in every eight people in the world were estimated to be victims of chronic hunger. That’s 842 million people who go hungry around the world. Most parts of the planet are not suitable for growing crops or producing food and available arable soil is becoming increasingly difficult to find.

Although the number of those suffering from hunger has decreased in the past two decades, we are still reproducing too quickly to satisfy the world’s growing population, which is now marked at 7,145,567,123.

2. Lack of water

Perhaps an issue more troublesome than hunger is the lack of water resources available on earth. About 2.5 percent of all the planet’s water is freshwater, with less than one percent (~0.007 percent) accessible for immediate human use. Living in the United States, specifically in New York City, I’m spoiled by how easy it is to obtain clean, drinkable water.

Unfortunately, the rest of the world, especially developing countries, is not as lucky. There are desalination processes to make saltwater drinkable, but they are neither refined, nor quick enough to supply the entire population, which is now 7,145,569,557.

3. Global warming

Unless you are part of the surprisingly large group of people who think global warming is a myth (it’s not), you know how dangerous this is. Temperatures are rising as more people release greenhouse gases into the atmosphere from burning fossil fuels. Simple and seemingly harmless actions like driving a car, operating a gas stove or turning on an oil lamp burn fossil fuels and further threaten the environment.

These actions are destructive on an individual level, but imagine everyone performing them at once. The result is terrifying. Climate change is a very real thing we have to deal with, and one way to start is by limiting the number of people in the world, now 7,145,575,789.

4. Pollution

This one is pretty self-explanatory. More people, more pollution. From tossing cigarette butts on the street, to throwing out (non-recyclable) plastics, to dumping garbage in the ocean, pollution will always be more intense the more people there are contributing to it.

The population is now 7,145,577,076…




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FEAR is new weapon in Greece: EU leaders resort to same terror tactics as the U.S. vaccine industry to scare everyone into irrational obedience

(NaturalNews) Every time a government seeks to commit some great evil upon the People, it uses extreme fear tactics to accomplish that goal. Terrorizing the population has become such a useful tactic for scaring the population into obedience that governments now routinely resort to terrifying the public on every big issue: vaccines, global warming, gun control, bankster bailouts and even war.

In Greece, this social engineering terrorism is now being directly called out by Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis. He correctly calls the actions of banking creditors “acts of terrorism” aimed against the citizens of Greece.

“There is a name for what they are doing to Greece: terrorism… Why did they force us to close banks? To strike fear into people. And when we are talking about inciting fear, this phenomenon is called terrorism,” says Varoufakis as reported in Sputnik News.

Governments routinely terrorize their own citizens to sway public opinion

The EU central banks are now pulling out all the stops to terrorize Greek citizens with precisely the kind of scary threats the U.S. Congress received before voting on the 2008 trillion-dollar bailout of Wall Street bankers. “EU warns of Armageddon if Greek voters reject terms,” blares a headline from The Telegraph.

This is similar to the way the idiotic vaccine industry in the United States spews extreme, irrational hysteria every time there’s an outbreak of measles or chicken pox among the population (even if most of that population is already vaccinated). Americans are terrorized into a wave of fear by the media frenzy, scared into believing that if they don’t immediately comply with the government’s vaccination demands, all their children will be fatally infected and killed by an invisible threat that only the vaccine industry can halt, we’re ridiculously told. Vaccine terror propagandists like Paul Offit help spread the fear, all while making money from the criminal vaccine industry that’s led by companies which openly admit to committing felony crimes and bribing doctors with cash kickbacks.

The European Parliament has borrowed its playbook from the CDC, it seems. Without a “yes” vote, warns the President of the European Parliament, “…salaries won’t be paid, the health system will stop functioning, the power network and public transport will break down…”

In other words, the European Union powers that be are now essentially threatening Greece with shutting down its national power grid, hospitals, banks, grocery stores, pension payments and everything else.

It’s equivalent to being threatened to have your nation “bombed into the Stone Age,” to use a favorite U.S. military metaphor.

FEAR wins: Greeks lining up to vote away their future by caving to the terror of the EU

The EU’s terrorism campaign against Greece is having a psychological impact on some citizens there. “Some 18,000 thronged a nearby stadium for the ‘Yes’ campaign, blowing whistles and waving Greek and EU flags, many afraid that Greece would be blown out of the EU altogether after 34 years, and cast into oblivion,” reports The Telegraph.

Meanwhile, basic supplies of food and pharmaceuticals are running out. “…[C]apital controls have led to staple foods, such as sugar and flour, to run short while pharmacies report they are fast running out of essential drugs,” reports

“Tourist bookings are also down by 40 per cent, while an estimated 50,000 holidaymakers are cancelling visits to the country every day in a severe blow to one of the country’s biggest industries.”…


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Jenji Kohan and the Jewish Hyper-Sexualization of Western Culture

By Brenton Sanderson |

As detailed in The Culture of Critique, Freud and his followers regarded anti-Semitism was a universal pathology which had its roots in sexual repression. The theoretical basis for this can be found in Freud’s Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality where he linked aggression to the frustration of human drives — especially the sex drive. Kevin MacDonald notes that: “Although Freud himself later developed the idea of a death instinct to explain aggression, a consistent theme of the Freudian critique of Western culture, as exemplified for example by Norman O. Brown, Herbert Marcuse, and Wilhelm Reich, has been that the liberation of sexual repressions would lead to lowered aggression and usher in an era of universal love.

According to this view, anti-Semitism, regarded as a form of aggression, results from the denial of sexuality, and the role of the Jewish mission of psychoanalysis was to end anti-Semitism by freeing humanity of its sexual repressions. Individuals preoccupied with sex were considered unlikely to concern themselves with the activities of Jews, much less to organize politically against them. People who spend most of their time in search of sexual stimulation are unlikely to organize pogroms or threaten the rich and powerful Jewish establishment. In his widely cited 2004 essay from the Jewish Quarterly Nathan Abrams observed that:

Jews in America have been sexual revolutionaries. A large amount of the material on sexual liberation was written by Jews. Those at the forefront of the movement which forced America to adopt a more liberal view of sex were Jewish. Jews were also at the vanguard of the sexual revolution of the 1960s. Wilhelm Reich, Herbert Marcuse and Paul Goodman replaced Marx, Trotsky and Lenin as required revolutionary reading. Reich’s central preoccupations were work, love and sex, while Marcuse prophesied that a socialist utopia would free individuals to achieve sexual satisfaction. Goodman wrote of the “beautiful cultural consequences” that would follow from legalizing pornography: it would “ennoble all our art” and “humanize sexuality.”

The hyper-sexualization of Western culture (the most conspicuous result of the Jewish takeover and virtual monopolization of the Western media and entertainment industries) can, therefore, be viewed as the practical ethno-political application of psychoanalytic theory to a traditional Western culture regarded as inherently authoritarian, fascistic and anti-Semitic due to its “repressive” sexual morality. MacDonald points out that “psychoanalysis has been a veritable treasure trove of ideas for those intent on developing radical critiques of Western culture” with these ideas influencing thought in a wide range of areas, “including sociology, child rearing, criminology, anthropology, literary criticism, art, literature, and the popular media…




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Now Vaginas Have Their Own Beauty Contest

by Lizzie Crocker

A $5,000 grand prize awaits the winner. But is this competition creepy and misogynist, or an opportunity to celebrate the vagina in all its varied expressions?

The traditional beauty pageant may be in crisis, with Miss USA deserted not just by NBC, but also its hosts, Thomas Roberts and Brooke Burke, after Donald Trump’s ‘Mexican’ remarks.

And so, thank goodness for Brian Sloan, a sex toy entrepreneur, who has given the tradition an innovative and democratic makeover with his “World’s Most Beautiful Vagina” pageant, a crowdsourced contest wherein anyone withgenitalia vaguely resembling a vagina can participate and anyone with Internet access can vote.

At the time of writing, thousands of men and women—priests, porn stars, and likely your office manager—are rating photo submissions on a “hotness” scale of one to ten (one being “not hot” and ten being “super hot!”). 

A $5,000 grand prize goes to the women with the most popular vagina, who will also be flown out to Los Angeles to have her lady bits 3-D scanned and memorialized as one of Sloan’s sex toys. Second place will take home $2,500 and third gets $1500.

Best known for his blowjob-simulating Autoblow2, Sloan, 34, says customers have been clamoring for an update to the Autoblow2, with vagina sleeves instead of rubber mouths. “There are stock vaginas available at factories, but I thought it would be nice to deduce what kind of vaginal appearance my customers prefer and then design vagina sleeves based on their feedback,” he says. Since the contest’s June 18th launch, Sloan has received more than 150 vagina submissions, and nearly one million individuals across 20 countries have cast their votes.

Cynics may see this as a misogynistic (if undeniably brilliant) marketing ploy by Sloan. Indeed, Mic’s Nicolas DiDomizio sniffed that “determining what the ‘best’ vagina is…especially based on appearance, doubles down on the already pervasive judgment of women’s bodies by men,” while The Gloss’s Lisa Marie Basiledeclared the project “utterly creepy and sexist…objectifying…just ridiculous.”

But for those like me who have already spent an inordinate amount of time scrolling through and rating women’s genitals, the contest is also an opportunity to celebrate the vagina in all its varied expressions.

And there are many: some small and symmetrical, with only a sliver of protruding flesh; others meatier, with engorged clitori and labia splayed out like fish gills; still others like gaping wounds, a jumble of flesh blown apart by a hand grenade. 

Pornography often gives preference to the small and symmetrical, which may account for a rise in the number of women undergoing labiaplasty for aesthetic purposes. But less isn’t always more.

Participants in the contest can keep track of their ratings, which, I imagine, might leave some women feeling discouraged. Not so, they tell me…





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Dazzling Video Shows What The Night Sky Would Look Like If You Could See Every Asteroid

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If you think asteroids are rare, it’s only because they’re so small and dark and hard to see. An eye-opening new video (above) shows what the night sky would look like if we could see the near-Earth asteroids astronomers have discovered — it’s quite a swarm.

“We’re essentially flying around the sun through this population of asteroids with our eyes closed,” Scott Manley, the astronomer who created the animation and posted it to YouTube, says in the video.

The interactive video lets you pan around the night sky as if you were standing in the darkness with a powerful telescope. Manley created it to spotlight the all-too-real danger that asteroids pose to humanity.

Thinking about the threat isn’t much fun, but we have to say that watching the video is. Enjoy!



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Truth and Imagination

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Information overload, the limits of academia, and the importance of thinking creatively.

by Mike Figgis | Oscar-nominated film director, Leaving Las Vegas, Timecode, Suspension of Disbelief

Film director Mike Figgis, whose Leaving Las Vegas was nominated for two Oscars, has since worked at the cutting-edge of digital film on projects including Timecode and Suspension of Disbelief. Below, he talks about the close links between truth and imagination and why the search for truth is an impossible journey.

To what extent do you think that imagination is the route to truth about the human condition?

It would be hard to envisage any concept of truth without the concept of imagination. Truth is a rather ephemeral, personal and malleable commodity or concept, therefore the debate about truth requires a very fertile discussion about imagination. In a way they are synonymous with each other.

Do you think we imagine the truth or do we just imagine ways to the truth?

Well, how do you define truth?

That’s an interesting question. Many philosophers would argue that there isn’t one. Is that your position?

No, I don’t think that at all. I asked you what your position on truth was and you quoted someone else. What do you think truth is?

Personally, I don’t believe in any kind of external truth. I believe in truth as agreement between people, something reached through logic on aligned premises, but I don’t think there are externally truthful premises on which we can build.

I would say that the definition of truth at any given moment is the result of shifting forces, and that the use of imagination to engage with this constant shift can momentarily give you a glimpse at a truth or an indication of what a truth might be. You can’t arrive at a truth; we are obsessed with the idea of searching for truth, which gives meaning to our lives and all the rest of it.

Depending on what level, what degree of truth you are interested in at any given moment, that would be what we were looking for at that moment. Maybe it would be a catalyst for debate, or conversation; this idea of trying to define an ample mind. Maybe the catalyst is to imagination and then imagination leads us on an interesting journey.

So truth informs imagination, rather than imagination informing truth?

Yes, I think one is the fuel for the other and I think that one is the truth. The truth of what? This situation? This relationship? Truth is a convenient brain food.

Do you think that either can be valuable without the other?

Well I heard someone talking the other day, someone who had written something they thought was true – the biographical account of what had happened – and then discovered that the details he thought he remembered weren’t true. In fact they were radically different, he had redesigned them in his mind. However he argued that his journey towards a deeper truth was more valuable in the unconsciousness use of his imagination, so like I say, it’s a fuel.

Is there less of a role for imagination in modern life?

There’s an organic, unconscious conspiracy through technology to deliver false truths, superficial truths. The difference between truth and information, where information is driven by digital technology, confuses the issue. Information becomes a confusion, and becomes confused with truth, and given the addictive means to this fake truth, they are confused…




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Art is Not Reality


How does creativity work? Where does literature begin? An extract from Janne Teller’s novel, Come, engages with the origins of its own creation.

by Janne Teller | Former UN economist, now novelist and essayist; author of Come, Nothing and Odin’s Island

All stories belong to someone else, he writes. Not even the story of our own life can be told without narrating the story of other people’s lives.

He examines the photo of his youngest daughter.

What will she write about him one day?

“Africa is far away,” he’d said.

“I am here.”

            We belong to the same world, he hears her voice continue, but it’s not what he recalls. No, she just said her I’m here, as if it said it all.

Lula’d say it does.

We are obligated to the people before us, he writes.

Corrects it:

The degree to which we are obligated to the people before us, depends on whether we are stronger or weaker. The one who commands the might to influence the life of the other, also bears the obligation.

Yes, that’s how it is.

He deletes the passage.

Of all people he ought to know. He walks the edge. Between outside and inside. Does he command might or is he prey to the might?

            “You’re one of us,” his wife would say.

            “She’s bound to say so,” Lula’d say. “Because she knows that in truth you’re one of us,” she’d have continued.

            To him it’s of no consequence. It’s all about practicality.

            It’s practical to be married into.

Of course he’s in command.

            Much selling literature pays for little selling literature. That’s the way it’s always been. Always will be. Also Petra Vinter ought to appreciate it: the author’s novels pay for her mathematical poetry collections.

            He retypes the last four lines. Is about to delete them once more, when instead he places them in brackets. Proceeds:

In the execution of his art, the artist abdicates all the obligations human beings otherwise bear in real life, exactly because art is not reality. It is for art to explore and challenge the boundaries of our answerability to reality, and this can only be done by the casting aside of all restrictions existing within the real world.

“It isn’t that we’re working with test animals, toxins, weapons of mass destruction, or the like.”

“How can you expect that the people who do will feel obliged to theirs if you don’t to yours?”

“It’s literature.”

Contradicting Petra Vinter is practical…




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When Photographers Are Neuroscientists


Artists who manipulate photos capture the ambiguity—and beauty—of vision itself.

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