“On July 6, 2019, Jeffery Epstein was arrested at Teterboro Airport in New Jersey on sex trafficking charges. According to witnesses and sources, about a dozen FBI agents broke down the door to Epstein’s Manhattan townhouse, the Herbert N. Straus House, with search warrants.
Two days later, prosecutors with the Public Corruption Unit of the Southern District of New York charged him with sex trafficking and conspiracy to traffic minors for sex. Court documents allege that at least 40 underage girls were brought into Epstein’s mansion for sexual encounters.
Judge Kenneth Marra is currently deciding whether the non-prosecution agreement that protected Epstein from the more serious charges should still stand.”
Epstein is linked to some very big names. That’s what makes this potentially the story of the decade. It’s not merely the fact that Epstein himself was busted, but the possibility that Epstein might be the tip of the iceberg.
But who is Jeffery Epstein, billionaire pedophile?
You probably already know Epstein’s name from his connections to Bill Clinton, which surfaced in early 2015 after it was revealed that the former US President flew on Epstein’s “Lolita Express” plane numerous times, with Clinton on multiple occasions dismissing his Secret Service detail without explanation before hopping on-board. Gawker, 1/22/2015:
“Bill Clinton took repeated trips on the ” Lolita Express“—the private passenger jet owned by billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein—with an actress in softcore porn movies whose name appears in Epstein’s address book under an entry for “massages,” according to flight logbooks obtained by Gawker and published today for the first time. The logs also show that Clinton shared more than a dozen flights with a woman who federal prosecutors believe procured underage girls to sexually service Epstein and his friends and acted as a “potential co-conspirator” in his crimes.”
Clinton, for his part, just released a statement claiming that he only took four trips on Epstein’s plane, knows nothing about any of the sex crimes Epstein has been charged with, and has not spoken to Epstein in “well over a decade”:
And the Clintons were tight with Epstein and his inner circle within the past decade. Here’s a photo of Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s ex-girlfriend and rumored procurer of underage girls, at Chelsea Clinton’s wedding in 2010:
Here’s Ghislaine Maxwell, by many accounts Jeffrey Epstein’s “pimp” and “groomer of girls” at Chelsea Clinton’s wedding. pic.twitter.com/leBUwqoWnT
Of course, we all know Bill Clinton would never lie, especially not about sex.
But outside of Epstein’s connections to Bill Clinton, who is Epstein? He’s often referred to as a “billionaire and convicted sex-offender.”
Conservative news outlets moreso than “mainstream media” ones will also refer to the fact that Epstein is a major Democratic donor who has given more than $145,000 to prominent Democrats like Bill Clinton and John Kerry.
But little about the 66-year-old Epstein’s past, i.e. his career, is well-documented. This is all Wikipedia has under the “career” section on his page:
“Epstein taught calculus and physics at the Dalton School in Manhattan from 1973 to 1975. In 1976, Epstein started work as an options trader at Bear Stearns, where he worked in the special products division, advising high-net-worth clients on tax strategies. Proving successful in his financial career, Epstein became a limited partner at Bear Stearns in 1980.
In 1982, Epstein founded his own financial management firm, J. Epstein & Co., managing the assets of clients with more than US$1 billion in net worth. In 1996, Epstein changed the name of his firm to the Financial Trust Company and, for tax advantages, based it on the island of St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands.”
Epstein was a math teacher at a high school in New York City (I know what you’re thinking and you’re probably right), then somehow became an options trader, then somehow by 1982 he had enough money to open his own billion-dollar hedge fund for ultra high net-worth individuals. No details on how he made his billions.
What’s become apparent in the past few days is that nobody really knows how Epstein even became a billionaire in the first place. From Bloomberg, July 8:
“For all [Epstein’s] infamy, there are scant details of how he made his money. While he’s frequently been called a billionaire, his net worth is hard to ascertain. He ran a money management firm catering to the ultra-rich, primarily for Victoria’s Secret mogul Les Wexner, but its assets were never made public and few on Wall Street have dealt with him as a financier or money manager.”
Hmmm. Normally we know more about famous billionaire hedge-fund managers, for example guys like Carl Icahn, Ray Dalio, Bill Ackman, Dan Loeb, etc. Look up any of those guys on Wikipedia and there is detailed information on exactly how they made their money and progressed through their careers. But that’s not the case with Epstein:
“According to his lawyers more than a decade ago, he had a net worth in excess of nine figures. Today, so little is known about Epstein’s current business or clients that the only things that can be valued with any certainty are his properties. The Manhattan mansion is estimated to be worth at least $77 million, according to a federal document submitted in advance of Epstein’s bail hearing.
He also has properties in New Mexico, Paris and the U.S. Virgin Islands, where he has a private island, and a Palm Beach estate with an assessed value of more than $12 million. He shuttles between them by private jet and has at least 15 cars, including seven Chevrolet Suburbans, according to federal authorities.”
Epstein’s wealth is mostly shrouded in mystery.
From reading his Wikipedia page, you come away with the assumption that he made a lot of money as a successful trader for Bear Stearns and used that money, along with the connections he’d gained, to open his hedge fund. But apparently he was fired by Bear Stearns in the early 80s. This is from a recent Daily Beast article written by Vicky Ward, a journalist who published a profile of Epstein back in 2003:
“Epstein, a mysterious Gatsby-esque financier whom I’d been assigned to write about by my then-boss Graydon Carter, the editor of Vanity Fair, had first caught the attention of the press when he had flown Bill Clinton on his jet to Africa. No one knew who he was or understood how he’d made his money.
. . .My investigation began to take on unexpected twists. After a bit of digging I found myself not in some plush office setting but going through the metal detectors inside the Federal Medical Center at Devens prison in Massachusetts, where I met with one Steve Hoffenberg, a fraudster who’d been convicted of bilking investors of more than $450 million in one of the largest pre-Madoff Ponzi schemes in history. He was sentenced to 20 years in prison.
Hoffenberg told me that he’d met Epstein shortly after Epstein had been kicked out of Bear Stearns in 1981 for “getting into trouble” and that Hoffenberg had seen charm and talent in him —“he has a way of getting under your skin”—and had hired him as a “consultant” to work with.
Hoffenberg, officially, ran Towers Financial, a collection agency that was supposed to buy debts that people owed to hospitals, banks, and phone companies, but instead the funds paid off earlier investors and subsidized his own lavish lifestyle. Hoffenberg told me had he had been Epstein’s mentor and that Epstein had made a terrible mistake in doing something so high-profile as flying Bill Clinton, since that would only draw a spotlight to his business dealings. “I always told him to stay below the radar,” he said.
Aware that I was listening to a convicted felon who had lied under oath—he was, after all, sitting before me in an orange jumpsuit—I left the jail determined to get more concrete proof about the source of Epstein’s finances. Slowly, I got there.
It took many meetings of the type you see in the movies. There I was, with my growing belly, in the backs of people’s chauffeured-driven cars, in out-of-the way hotel bars—and finally, in my sixth month, when my doctor had begun to look dismayed and told me to take it easy, a train ride to a law firm in Philadelphia, where I and a research assistant were shown a room full of boxes with legal files, and the man who brought us there whispered, “Good luck!”
Luck did shine upon me that day. I opened the first box, and there was Epstein’s deposition in a civil case explaining in his own testimony that he had indeed been guilty of a “reg d violation” while at Bear Stearns and that he’d been asked to leave the investment firm; it was the nail in the coffin I needed.
I had discovered many other concrete, irrefutable examples of strange business practices by Epstein, and while I still couldn’t tell you exactly what he did do to subsidize his lifestyle, my piece would certainly show that he was definitely not what he claimed to be. . .”
Epstein’s money probably didn’t come from Bear Stearns. He was fired there in 1981 for a “reg D violation,” which is a law put in place to limit the number of money transfers one can make out of savings or money market accounts.
What we do know is that Epstein was very close to Leslie Wexner, a billionaire clothing magnate who owns Victoria’s Secret. Epstein “managed” Wexner’s money, and eventually in 1998, Wexner gave–not sold–the $77 million Manhattan mansion to Epstein. Back to the Bloomberg piece:
“[Epstein’s] main client was Wexner, the founder of underwear maker L Brands. Epstein started managing his money in the 1980s and a 2003 Vanity Fair profile noted the pair had a close relationship, close enough for Epstein to acquire the Manhattan mansion from Wexner.
Wexner had purchased the property from the Birch Wathen School, a Manhattan prep school in 1989, according to city records. He sold it in 1998 to a Virgin Islands entity called NES LLC, according to a person familiar with the matter. Epstein is affiliated with NES, public records show.
There are no New York property records documenting a transfer until 2011, when the company that Wexner used to purchase the townhouse transferred it to Epstein’s Virgin Islands-based Maple Inc. for $0. Epstein signed for both sides of the transaction.”
I’m no expert on the matter, but it would appear that somehow, Epstein more or less forced Wexner to give him the mansion. People–even billionaires–don’t just give away $77 million dollar Upper East Side mansions. That’s not a normal thing.
The picture beginning to emerge is that Epstein is not, as he’s often described, a hedge fund manager but instead a professional blackmailer. He invites the rich and powerful to his big parties, gets them drunk, has them seduced by underage women, secretly films the sexual encounters, and then uses the tapes to blackmail his powerful “friends” for money and influence.
When federal agents raided Epstein’s NYC mansion late Saturday night, this is what they found:
“Finally, despite having been previously convicted of a sex offense involving an underage victim, the defendant has continued to maintain a vast trove of lewd photographs of young-looking women or girls in his Manhattan mansion. In a search of the New York Residence on the night of his arrest, July 6-7 2019, pursuant to judicially-authorized warrants, law enforcement officers discovered not only specific evidence consistent with victim recollections of the inside of the mansion, further strengthening the evidence of the conduct charged in the Indictment, but also at least hundreds–and perhaps thousands–of sexually suggestive photographs of fully or partially -nude females. While these items were only seized this weekend and are still being reviewed, some of the nude photographs appear to be of underage girls. . .”
This is the kicker:
“Additionally, some of the photographs referenced herein were discovered in a locked safe, in which law enforcement officers also found CDs with hand-written labels including the following: “Young [name] + [name],” Misc nudes 1,” and “girl pics nude.”
Why were some nude photos in a locked safe and some not? The obvious guess is that the most valuable blackmail tapes were in the locked safe. The blackmail is implied by the CDs labeled “Young [name] + [name],” indicating that Epstein kept photo and/or video evidence of young women performing sexual acts on other people. For example, “Young [girl’s name] + Bill Clinton.”
Who else might Epstein have been blackmailing? It’s anyone’s guess, but we already know he’s a got a history with names as big as Bill Clinton, meaning there are likely very big names on those CDs. The New York Times reported that inside of Epstein’s Manhattan mansion are photographs of him with Clinton, Woody Allen and Crown Prince Mohamed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia. Is it a stretch to say any or all of those names might appear on the CDs recovered from Epstein’s locked vault?
Law enforcement already has these CDs in their possession. They already know the names on all of Epstein’s CDs. Hopefully all the names will be public soon.
This is why I said the Epstein arrest has the potential to be the story of the decade. This is not just hyperbole. Epstein may well be the key to uncovering an elite ring of pedophiles from around the world. Whatever dirt Epstein has on the global elite, law enforcement now has. This could be the start of something very big.
Now, of course, prosecutors have a very long and difficult battle ahead of them. The Globalist Elite will not simply stand there and allow this to unfold naturally.
There will be pressure on prosecutors from very high places, and at every step of the way, to bury this case and let Epstein skate to ensure he doesn’t rat out all the other Elite Pedophiles and bring the whole system down with him.
The likelihood of the whole Elite Pedophile Ring being brought down and exposed is very low, and that’s because corruption is very high.
We already see Wikipedia on the case to bring its site into alignment with Bill Clinton’s Official Story On The Matter™, scrubbing away all Clinton connections to Epstein while making it seem as if President Trump is a close friend of Epstein’s:
Seems Wikipedia has altered Epstein’s bio already. First screenshot of Epstein’s bio was at 8:27 a.m. The 2nd was at 10:30 a.m. omitting Bill Clinton & Spacy yet leaving Trump! That is frightening. Same exact bio of Epstein, different times. https://t.co/T6lUHD8TrOpic.twitter.com/5QrjuovwHB
The original Wikipedia entry noted that Bill Clinton flew on Epstein’s private jet 26 times. The “updated” version deletes all mention of Bill Clinton entirely, while mentioning that “Epstein has attended parties with numerous celebrities including Donald Trump. . .”
“President Donald Trump reacted Tuesday to the arrest of Jeffrey Epstein, stating he is “not a fan” of the hedge fund manager after a “falling out” 15 years ago.
“I know him, just like everybody in Palm Beach knew him,” President Trump told reporters in the Oval Office with the Qatari Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani. “People in Palm Beach knew him. He was a fixture in Palm Beach.”
“I had a falling out with him a long time ago,” he added. “I don’t think I’ve spoken to him in 15 years. I was not a fan. I was not a fan of his. That I can tell you. I was not a fan.”
President Trump’s remarks come one day after the Southern District of New York unveiled sex trafficking and conspiracy charges against Epstein, who federal prosecutors alleged engaged in sexual acts with dozens of underage girls — some as young as 14 years old — at his residences in New York City, Florida, New Mexico, and his private Carribean island. Prosecutors said the incidents occurred between 2002 and 2005.
In 2002, President Trump had kind words for Epstein, calling him a “terrific guy” and “fun to be with.” The years-old quote has been repeatedly circulated by corporate media in an attempt to tie the president to Epstein’s alleged criminal behavior without any evidence.
Buried amid these efforts to link the two men, however, an attorney who represents numerous Epstein accusers has said President Trump assisted authorities in building a civil lawsuit against the well-connected investor.
“The only thing that I can say about President Trump is that he is the only person who, in 2009 when I served a lot of subpoenas on a lot of people, or at least gave notice to some pretty connected people, that I want to talk to them, is the only person who picked up the phone and said, let’s just talk,” Lawyer Bradley Edwards told New York magazine. “I’ll give you as much time as you want. I’ll tell you what you need to know, and was very helpful, in the information that he gave, and gave no indication whatsoever that he was involved in anything untoward whatsoever, but had good information. That checked out and that helped us and we didn’t have to take a deposition of him in 2009.”
Edwards has also said President Trump barred Epstein from his Mar-a-Lago resort “because Epstein sexually assaulted an underage girl at the club,” according to court documents.”
So Trump banned Epstein from Mar-a-Lago precisely because Epstein was a known pedophile. This was back in 2007.
The Trump connection, however, is said to be through Trump’s current Labor Secretary Alex Acosta, who was apparently extremely lenient on Epstein in 2008 while Acosta was the Bush Administration’s top federal prosecutor in South Florida. Via Sharyl Attkisson:
“The story starts in October of 2007 with a meeting between Epstein attorney Jay Lefkowitz and Miami’s top federal prosecutor at the time: Alexander Acosta.
Not only would Epstein serve just 13 months in the county jail, but the deal — called a non-prosecution agreement— essentially shut down an ongoing FBI probe into whether there were more victims and other powerful people who took part in Epstein’s sex crimes, according to a Miami Herald examination of thousands of emails, court documents and FBI records.
The pact required Epstein to plead guilty to two prostitution charges in state court. Epstein and four of his accomplices named in the agreement received immunity from all federal criminal charges. But even more unusual, the deal included wording that granted immunity to “any potential co-conspirators’’ who were also involved in Epstein’s crimes. These accomplices or participants were not identified in the agreement, leaving it open to interpretation whether it possibly referred to other influential people who were having sex with underage girls at Epstein’s various homes or on his plane.
As part of the arrangement, Acosta agreed, despite a federal law to the contrary, that the deal would be kept from the victims. As a result, the non-prosecution agreement was sealed until after it was approved by the judge, thereby averting any chance that the girls — or anyone else — might show up in court and try to derail it…”
Was Acosta directly blackmailed into letting Epstein skate? Or was Acosta merely pressured into doing so from high-powered people above him who were blackmailed by Epstein?
It’s impossible to say at the moment, but I do hope we get to the bottom of the matter regarding why Acosta was so lenient with Epstein despite having him dead to rights.
But it’s quite ridiculous to say Trump’s appointment of Acosta to the Labor Secretary position had anything to do with Acosta’s questionable deal with Epstein. Remember, Trump’s original choice for Labor Secretary back in January 2017 was Andrew Pudzer, the former CEO of Hardee’s. Trump only nominated Acosta after Pudzer withdrew his nomination in the face of Senate opposition.
I’m fairly certain Donald Trump did not know much about Alex Acosta until the Establishment Republicans that had already infiltrated his White House–and those ostensible Republican allies in the Senate who were no doubt “advising” him on his Cabinet nominations–suggested Acosta to him following Pudzer’s withdrawal.
I bring up this point all the time but it’s quite obvious that many of Trump’s appointees and nominees for various White House jobs, Cabinet spots and judicial nominations were not chosen by Trump but by the career Swamp Rats Trump often has no choice but to defer to when it comes to staffing his administration. Trump is a total political outsider, which means unfortunately he often has to defer to the careerists when it comes to filling out the dozens of positions and offices that make up the government. Remember, many of these nominees have to be confirmed by the Senate, and that means Trump is not free to fill his administration up with people who think like he does.
I’ve said it before but it bears repeating: Trump himself could not be confirmed by the Senate to a Cabinet post. Not even a Republican-controlled Senate. But much to the Swamp’s dismay, it ultimately had no say in whether Trump was able to obtain power–that decision was made by the American people. However, the Swamp knows that if it can’t keep Trump out of government power (and we all know it has certainly tried), it can at least surround him with Swamp rats who will undermine his agenda.
Outside of a select few, don’t think of Trump’s Cabinet secretaries and top officials as “his people” that he would have chosen no matter what. Many of them were appointed because Trump either had defer to the “expertise” of Washington careerists to fill a position that as an outsider he knew little about, or he had to compromise to get someone approved by the Uniparty Establishment-controlled Senate. There are over 1,200 government positions that require Presidential nomination or appointment.
Think about if you were elected President and on Day One your aides come to you and say, “Mr. President, who are you going to choose to be the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment?” Out of necessity, you’re going to defer to the Washington careerists who have been around and know the agencies inside and out.
Just because Trump does not have a name in mind for all 1,200 positions he must fill does not make him “unqualified.” It means the government is too big.
No president in modern history has fully staffed his government single-handedly. They’ve all had to defer to others. The difference with Trump is that the people he has to defer to hate him and are spending every waking moment trying to undermine Trump’s agenda. Bush and Obama didn’t have to deal with that because they were on the same page as the Uniparty bureaucrats who worked for them.
Anyway, the point is, Trump probably did not even know who Alex Acosta was before he appointed him as Labor Secretary. Trump probably merely signed off on Acosta’s nomination after he was recommended by one of his various aides or careerist White House staffers such as his then-Chief of Staff Reince Priebus. Again, Acosta was not Trump’s first choice for Labor Secretary. After Pudzer withdrew, Priebus probably came to Trump and said, “Mr. President, Alex Acosta would be a good pick for Labor Secretary. He’ll be able to get through the Senate.”
It’s utterly ridiculous to believe Trump chose Acosta because Acosta let Epstein skate. If anything, the fact that Trump nominated Acosta in the first place indicates Trump didn’t really know who Acosta was in 2017. By the time Acosta made his dirty deal with Epstein in 2008, Trump had already banned Epstein from Mar-a-Lago. Had Trump known Acosta was the guy who let Epstein off the hook, Trump probably wouldn’t have nominated Acosta at all.
“Strangely, the media have suddenly taken an intense interest in the case of pedophile and major Democratic donor Jeffrey Epstein.
In 2005, the Palm Beach police were told by the mother of a young girl in West Palm Beach that her daughter had been brought to the Democratic donor’s mansion and asked to have sex with him for money. This kicked off an intensive, one-year undercover investigation.
The police sifted through Epstein’s garbage and interviewed 17 witnesses, including the housemen, who told of sex toys and dildos left behind after the underage girls left. One of Epstein’s procurers, a 20-year-old local woman named Haley Robson, who was paid $200 for every teenaged girl she brought to Jeffrey, was cooperating with police, telling them she was like “Heidi Fleiss.” They obtained statements from five of Epstein’s young victims, who said they’d been paid $200 to $300 to engage in various sex acts with him. Police raided Epstein’s home, finding explicit photographs of teenaged girls, incriminating phone records — and one girl’s high school transcript.
But when the police chief brought this mountain of evidence to Palm Beach County’s Democratic prosecutor Barry Krischer, he punted, charging the Democrat child molester with only one count of soliciting prostitution — yes, the child victims were labeled “prostitutes” — and offered Epstein probation.
Perhaps Krischer was exhausted, having just spent three years hounding Rush Limbaugh for abusing back pain medication.
Palm Beach Police Chief Michael Reiter exploded in rage. (Meanwhile, Epstein claimed to be the victim of an anti-Semitic conspiracy on Palm Beach.) Chief Reiter wrote an open letter to Krischer asking the Democrat to remove himself from the case. Then he turned to the Bush administration to seek justice against a Democratic donor/accused child rapist.
This is where Acosta comes in:
“Thanks to Chief Reiter, President Bush’s U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Florida, Alex Acosta, did take the case, despite the fact that only Epstein’s child rapes on his plane, on his private island, or with girls brought across state lines would make it a federal case.”
So Acosta was from the get-go limited in how aggressively he could go after Epstein.
“As a result of the (Republican-led) federal investigation, Epstein was finally required to plead guilty to two state felony charges, accept a sentence of two years in prison, register as a sex offender, and pay restitution to his victims.
Inasmuch as Epstein was pleading guilty to a state charge, the matter of his confinement was out of the U.S. attorney’s hands. It was Democratic county prison officials — not the feds — who placed Epstein in a private wing of the county jail and allowed him to spend 12 hours a day, six days a week at his Palm Beach mansion throughout his 13-month “imprisonment.”
“Epstein’s name, I was told, had been raised by the Trump transition team when Alexander Acosta, the former U.S. attorney in Miami who’d infamously cut Epstein a non-prosecution plea deal back in 2007, was being interviewed for the job of labor secretary. The plea deal put a hard stop to a separate federal investigation of alleged sex crimes with minors and trafficking.
“Is the Epstein case going to cause a problem [for confirmation hearings]?” Acosta had been asked. Acosta had explained, breezily, apparently, that back in the day he’d had just one meeting on the Epstein case. He’d cut the non-prosecution deal with one of Epstein’s attorneys because he had “been told” to back off, that Epstein was above his pay grade. “I was told Epstein ‘belonged to intelligence’ and to leave it alone,”he told his interviewers in the Trump transition, who evidently thought that was a sufficient answer and went ahead and hired Acosta. (The Labor Department had no comment when asked about this.)”
So the Trump transition team did ask Acosta about the Epstein case, and Acosta told them that higher-ups told him to “back off” of Epstein.
This is how our government truly operates. We’re beginning to learn the ugly truth as the curtain is slowly pulled back. The depth of the corruption becomes more apparent by the day.
Epstein may have only just become a household name in recent days, but it’s becoming quite apparent that Epstein has been a very big deal in elite circles for a long time.
The question is, who helped Jeffrey Epstein become the Jeffrey Epstein we know today? He didn’t just go from high school math teacher to highly connected billionaire “wealth manager” overnight by himself. He had some assistance on the way up.
Les Wexner? That’s a dead-end. Why would a clothing magnate fund and support the rise of a professional blackmailer. Why would a billionaire clothing magnate need a blackmailer to gain leverage over the global elite?
No, it’s more likely is that Wexner was being blackmailed by Epstein, not that Wexner was the man behind Epstein’s rise to power and fortune. Wexner was probably a victim of Epstein’s, not his puppet-master.
Hoffenberg? It’s possible, but Hoffenberg, who served 20 years in prison for various fraud schemes, comes off as more of a small-time player. In other words, he doesn’t seem like the man behind the scenes for Epstein. Epstein went on to become way bigger than Hoffenberg ever was.
Who are Epstein’s puppet-masters, then?
That’s the big question. Who does Epstein work for?
Another equally important question: why Epstein specifically? It’s self-evident why Epstein’s masters would want a professional blackmailer to extort the rich and powerful, but what’s not self-evident is why Epstein specifically?
We can guess at the general profile of Epstein’s masters: very rich and very powerful people who have an interest in blackmailing and controlling elite government officials in not only the US but around the world.
We’re talking about the most powerful people on earth.
What are their names? I have no idea. We can only hope they’re revealed eventually as investigators dig into Epstein’s life.
Democracy is not self-maintaining. Elites will not simply honors the voters’ decisions when they go against the elite’s wishes because That’s What The Rules say.
Without vigilance and accountability, democracies are doomed. Having blind faith that the politicians will do what you want them to is suicidal.
Right now in Britain, Parliament just voted to take the “No Deal Brexit” off the table. “No deal” was basically Britain’s only leverage in negotiating the terms of Brexit with the EU, and now that’s gone.
They are currently trying to delay Brexit from March 29 to June. The strategy is “delay and eventually derail.” If they can’t stop Brexit now, they’ll delay it to give themselves more time to hatch a new scheme.
“LONDON (AP) — British lawmakers were voting Thursday on whether to scuttle the already dwindling chances the U.K. will leave the European Union this month as scheduled, but EU officials warned they would only allow a delay if the country made a fundamental shift in its approach to Brexit.
“Allow.” That right there is why Brexit is a necessity.
Prime Minister Theresa May grudgingly granted the vote after Parliament twice rejected her EU divorce deal and also ruled out leaving the EU without an agreement. Withdrawing from the EU without a deal could mean major disruptions for businesses and people in the U.K. and the 27 remaining countries.
Yeah yeah yeah. That’s a bunch of bullshit. It’s a scare-tactic by the elite to screw the whole Brexit process into oblivion. “Major disruptions for businesses!” That’s what they said about the Brexit vote, and it never came to pass.
That was from AP, a Uniparty Globalist Propaganda outlet.
“Brexiteers have reacted with anger after the House of Commons voted to stop the UK leaving the EU without a deal, whilst the Tory Party is in disarray after Prime Minister Theresa May lost control of her own motion.
Veteran Brexit campaigner Nigel Farage said immediately after the vote, “A total disgrace, Parliament no longer represents the people,” adding, “This is a Parliament of outright liars. We will have to fight them again. And mark my words — we will beat them once more.”
Mr Farage later penned a piece for The Telegraph, where he confirmed what he had written in 2017 that “The great Brexit betrayal has begun,” noting, “Well, although it pains me to say it, the vote in Parliament to take no deal off the table proves that, 20 months ago, I was right.”
Now, above, when I said the Globalist Uniparty’s strategy is “delay and eventually derail,” here’s what I’m talking about:
“Donald Tusk today revealed he will urge EU leaders to agree a ‘long extension’ to Article 50 – delaying Brexit by up to two years to give the UK time to ‘rethink’ – if Theresa May‘s deal is voted down a third time next week.
The President of the European Council’s intervention on Twitter this morning will bolster claims that the UK would not leave the EU until 2021 unless Mrs May can persuade the DUP and Brexiteers to back her divorce deal – because some in the EU want to play ‘hardball’ and push for a delay of two years.
Ireland’s Foreign Minister Simon Coveney also said today the EU is likely to offer Britain a 21-month delay to Brexit while Taoiseach Leo Varadkar added that if the UK changes its mind it would be welcomed back ‘like the prodigal son’.
The PM’s deal will be put to another vote next week, just 15 days before the country is due to leave the EU on 29 March, after MPs including a ‘gang of four’ rebellious Cabinet members helped to vote to permanently rule out No Deal Brexit.
May told the Commons that if she loses a third time she will forced to ask Brussels for a long delay to Britain’s departure from the EU at a summit on Thursday.”
They’ve had nearly three years to negotiate and formalize Brexit, and now they want another two years?
This is totally rotten.
It’s becoming clear that democracy is no longer in existence in Britain. The people voted for Brexit, but the politicians are resolved to deny them Brexit.
When this happens, the only solution is to take to the streets like the Yellow Vests of France–that, of course, or surrendering and admitting to be ruled by an antidemocratic oligarchy of globalists who care nothing for the well-being of the citizens of their respective nations.
“Walls don’t work,” they tell us from behind the walls of their palatial estates.
Meanwhile, Benny Johnson of the Daily Caller went to the Obamas’ D.C. neighborhood–Kalorama Heights, one of the whitest and richest in the country–to see if the Obamas believe in walls or not. The answer will SHOCK you.
So the street is blocked off by police barricades. The house itself is surrounded by walls.
Johnson brought a tape measure to see if Obama’s house was actually surrounded by a ten foot wall, but it turned out that there were numerous other barricades and walls around the house that prevented him from even getting up close to the main wall around the house.
I’ve been by Obama’s original house on the South Side of Chicago, too. You can’t get anywhere near it. The whole street is permanently blocked off by police barricades. It’s under 24/7 security.
Whether it’s an actual wall or heavy security and police barricades, it’s pretty obvious that our most pro-open borders politicians insist on living behind walls.
But when it comes to putting a wall around America, you will never see them fight against anything with more passion and ferocity.
They want you to live in the multicultural hellhole. Not themselves.
They just want the votes and cheap labor.
You must live with the everyday reality of their “multicultural” dystopia.
The Yellow Vest uprising in France has taught us that there is only one way to defeat the Western political establishment: violent revolt.
That might sound extreme and shocking, but consider that the cancelation of the gas tax is probably the first time in decades the globalists have actually lost on a political issue.
Every single major issue has gone their way for decades: immigration, trade, healthcare, taxes. Everything. Brexit has gone their way. Trump’s presidency has even gone their way, largely: we all got tax cuts, and that’s great, but the tax cuts primarily benefitted those at the top.
But the gas tax did not go the globalists’ way. They didn’t get their way on that.
And do you know why? It was because they felt fear. Real, physical fear.
I challenge you to name a single policy since the end of the Cold War implemented in Western Civilization (America, Western Europe) that has been either restrictionist on immigration, good for the middle class economically (don’t say Cheap Chinese Crap), pro-national sovereignty, pro-peace, or pro-traditional values.
Virtually everything has been pro-open borders, pro-mass immigration, pro-job outsourcing, anti-manufacturing, anti-Christian, anti-middle class, pro-welfare state (i.e. government dependency), pro-globalist, pro-foreign war, pro-regime change and pro-domestic culture of depravity.
Except the gas tax.
The French people got the first policy win over the Western globalist elite in decades.
And it was because they turned to violence. It was because they threatened to topple Macron and burn Paris to the ground.
Why? Because the Yellow Vests protests are working.
For the first time in decades, the forgotten, discontented masses of Western Civilization are actually seeing encouraging results, and it’s through protests and riots.
Back when Obama was President, I used to scoff at Democrats’ claims that our political system was broken. They were just complaining because we were using our minority powers granted under the constitution to stymie their agenda, I thought. We on the right smugly lectured them that the system was working just as it was intended to, and that the Founders wanted us to obstruct our balls off.
But now that they’re obstructing us on everything, I see they had a point.
What’s going to happen to our political system? Is it going to be endless obstruction? Some people are fine with this but consider that without any major legislative changes America will be transformed into a third world nation by way of mass immigration. It will happen barring a major change in immigration policy, a change which can only come through Congress.
Are we fated to simply take turns obstructing one another until demographics win out and give Democrats a permanent supermajority in this country? Because that’s what it seems like.
Eventually it will reach a breaking point.
Eventually people will get sick of never getting what they voted for.
And if you think the violence can only come from the right, you are fooling yourself. The media has been fomenting racial resentments for the better part of this decade and has convinced the now mostly-nonwhite left that they live in a viciously racist country where white supremacism runs rampant and oppresses minorities in every conceivable way.
Doesn’t matter if it’s not true: people believe it’s true. Millions of people. And because of it, they are full of righteous anger.
But overall here, I’m talking from a right-wing populist point of view. The media always derides us as angry, and eventually we’ll say, “You know what? We are angry. And we’re going to take it out on you and your kind.”
Trump’s election in America has not changed much. We still don’t have a wall, illegal immigration is at a record high, and the media still covers for Deep State criminals who have not faced any accountability for what they did in 2016 pertaining to the Steele Dossier and their abuse of government power to destroy Donald Trump. Nobody answered for Benghazi, nobody answered for Obama’s IRS harassing conservatives. The middle class is eroding and America is turning into a economically stratified nation of rich and poor with little in between.
In Britain, the Brexit vote changed nothing. Somehow, the EU is still in control. In fact, the European Court of “Justice” just ruled that Brexit can be reversed.
So what’s the takeaway? You can’t vote the globalists out of power. It just doesn’t work that way. Even when we win the elections, they still ultimately win. Nothing changes.
“We voted for the Wall.”
“Well, you still can’t have the Wall.”
“We voted for Brexit.”
“Well, you still can’t have Brexit.”
Yeah, it’s a huge mystery why people are taking to the streets.
I see a choice in the coming years between violent uprising and passive submission, and as history shows us, submission won’t happen.
No rotten, corrupt system can go on forever. Sooner or later, discontent boils over.
Again, as I keep saying, I do not prefer violence.
I wish we could get what we want democratically and peacefully. That’s the social compact that this country was founded on. But today’s elites do not believe in democracy. In fact they are actively anti-democratic.
They are not upholding their end of the social compact which states that we do not have to resort to violence and war so long as the results of democratic elections are honored.
It’s pretty simple.
They’ll cynically and disingenuously say that talking like this is undemocratic, but what else are we supposed to do when voting accomplishes nothing?
Worst of all, we increasingly can’t even voice our disapproval with the elite. Silicon Valley is making sure of that.
We sit patiently and wait for Republicans in Congress to do something about the fact that Big Tech is waging a digital genocide on right wing voices on social media, and yet nothing is done.
Hearing after hearing after hearing and not a damn thing happens. More right wing voices are banned with each passing day. Gavin McInnes is now banned from every major social media platform as of yesterday.
House Republicans dragged Google CEO Sundar Pichai before a committee today and the first thing out of his mouth was that Google is not biased against conservatives:
In his prepared testimony, CEO Sundar Pichai denied Google is politically biased and described user privacy as "an essential part of our mission" pic.twitter.com/lRrx01HtrS
If we don’t stop this, we are finished. Pretty soon the only “right wing” voices permitted to remain online will be the Establishment-approved NeverTrump pussies who represent zero threat to the globalist status quo.
They’ll let us have Ben Shapiro, and that’s about it.
Big Tech will let us have YouTube clips of Shapiro using FACTS and LOGIC to OWN 20-year-old college liberals, and that’s it. They figure that’ll be enough to keep us sated.
But it won’t. Eventually they’ll push us to a breaking point. I don’t know when, but it will happen eventually.
The only way you can defeat the globalists that are destroying Western civilization is to do what they’re doing in France: revolt.
I wish it didn’t have to be like this, but people are not going to simply surrender as their beautiful countries are transformed into vastly-unequal third-world hellholes via mass immigration and job outsourcing by multinational corporations, and while their voices are silenced on social media for daring to express opposition to it all.
“The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots & tyrants. It is its natural manure.”-Thomas Jefferson, 1787