The Jewish Role in the Porn Industry


A frank discussion on the disproportionate role played by Jews in the porn industry. Whilst not all Jews are involved in encouraging and supporting pornography the West, leading Jewish authors on the subject admit that Jews have played a disproportionate role in the industry and their motivation is not simply financial. Whilst in the West we are seeing an increasing amount of sexualised material pushed upon society, in Israel family values take centre stage and by law internet pornography is blocked by internet service providers.


C-Span Silences Caller When Pedophile Congressmen (White Freemasons) Are Mentioned


By Jack Burns

We now have solid proof the press will not do its job and acknowledge the presence of pedophiles in high positions of government. On a recent episode of C-SPAN’s Washington Journal, Washington Times reporter Stephan Dinan and host Pedro Echevarria were discussing President Trump’s Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity. But when a caller brought up pedophilia and dropped a few names, Echevarria cut him off and refused to address the caller’s concerns.

A caller named “Jeremy” came on the air as a call-in from Kansas. Appearing knowledgeable about voter fraud at the ballot box, he stated a few general concerns he had over the issue. “There is voter-suppression going on…” he said adding a quick reference to #unrig, a movement to unmask how election riggers operate. He addressed the notion illegals voted in the presidential election by saying “it doesn’t make sense” that undocumented immigrants would risk deportation or going to jail for voting in a presidential election.

Jeremy moved on to what he claimed was a “bi-partisan” effort to “suppress evidence” of voting machine hacking. Indeed, as Politico reported, a Princeton group of professors and PhD students make it their mission to prove the vulnerabilities of voting machines and concluded, “the machines that Americans use at the polls are less secure than the iPhones they use to navigate their way there (to the polling station).”

But Jeremy then switched gears in his address to the two members of the media and raised serious questions about the motivations behind such hacking and why it appears to him the establishment candidates seem to always come out on top. He questioned:

Why we have a bi-partisan seditious consensus to cover this up is not clear. Whether it’s because of the fact that we have pedophiles such as Dennis Hastert (former Speaker of The House) who are running the Congress, or people connected like Jeffery Epstein the billionaire Mossad…

And with that comment, Echevarria told Jeremy “I’m going to have to end it there (inaudible but sounded like “Pauley”) is running out of time.” The host cut him off, refusing to hear any more about pedophilia, possibly mentioning his producer’s name in the confusion.

Dinan didn’t shy away from the caller’s concerns and addressed Jeremy’s contention the voting systems are rigged by saying there are many people studying the security of the technology at the ballot box. But neither Dinan or Echevarria would comment on the factual information that the former Speaker and an influential billionaire connected to dozens upon dozens of politicians and world leaders are both pedophiles.

The incident caught the attention of Editor and Publisher of Newsbud (Sibel Edmonds) who tweeted:

Edmonds noticed, along with the editors of TFTP, the mainstream media wants nothing to do with any discussion of pedophilia or pedophile leaders in Washington, leading some to question if there is, in fact, a cover-up going on.

As TFTP has reported, it is the news story that has not only gone overlooked but purposely ignored as we witnessed Echevarria and Dinan do. While Jeremy’s comments were focused on election fraud and machine rigging, the subject of whether or not the election of 2016 was rigged in Trump’s favor is the dead horse the mainstream media likes to beat. But, to date, the media has not been presented with one instance of election meddling or rigging.

Yet Hastert and Epstein have both been convicted of crimes related to their activities as pedophiles, an indisputable fact. The notion that such rich and powerful men could be leading and influencing Washington and Congress was so quickly dismissed it could make one’s head spin.

We at The Free Thought Project continue to call on individuals with information about pedophile leaders in Washington to come forward and hold those men and women accountable for their criminal actions. Congressional leaders like Hastert should not be able to get away with victimizing the young, all the while enjoying their positions of authority, riches and lavish living.

Jeremy calls in at 26 minutes into the video below.

This article originally appeared on The Free Thought Project.

How the Alt-Right Is Using Sex and Camp to Attract Gay Men to Fascism


At the National Policy Institute’s 2015 conference, alt-right star Richard Spencer’s annual Nazi-fest, a speaker named Jack Donovan exhorted the crowd “to leave the world the way you entered it, kicking and screaming and covered in somebody else’s blood.” The same year, in the pages of the The Occidental Observer, one of the most prominent white nationalist webzines, another alt-righter, James J. O’Meara, held forth about how “behind the Negro, hidden away, as always, is the darker, more sinister figure of the Judeo. The Negro is the shock troop. The Jew is the ultimate beneficiary.” Aside from being open fascists and “white racialists,” Donovan and O’Meara have another thing in common: They’re both out gay men.

In his book The Homo and the Negro, O’Meara says that gay white men represent the best of what Western culture has to offer because of their “intelligence” and “beauty,” and that “Negroes” represent the worst, being incapable of “achievement.” Donovan calls women “whores” and “bitches,” and, when a questioner on Reddit asked him his views of the Holocaust, responded, “What is this Holocaust thing? I’m drawing a blank.”

Both have become influential figures in the alt-right; horribly, they are not the only gay men to respond to an olive branch lately offered by white nationalism. The opening of this movement to cisgender gay men is a radical change, “one of the biggest changes I’ve seen on the right in 40 years,” says Chip Berlet, co-author of Right-Wing Populism in America. In the United States, unlike in Europe, out gay men have never been welcome in white supremacist groups. The Klan and neo-Nazi groups, the main previous incarnations of white hate in this country, were and still are violently anti-queer. And while a subset of openly gay men has always been conservative (or, as in all populations, casually racist), they never sought to join the racist right.

That was before groups like NPI, Counter-Currents Publishing, and American Renaissance started putting out the welcome mat. Since around 2010, some (though by no means all) groups in the leadership of the white nationalist movement have been inviting out cis gay men to speak at their conferences, write for their magazines, and be interviewed in their journals. Donovan and O’Meara, far to the right of disgraced provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos, are the white nationalist movement’s actual queer stars. But there are others in the ranks, like Douglas Pearce of the popular neofolk band Death in June. And there are many more gay men (and some trans women) who have been profoundly influenced by two white nationalist ideas: the “threat” posed by Islam and the “danger” posed by immigrants.

Donovan tries to sugarcoat his own racist beliefs when speaking to his main fan base, gay men who like his macho looks and straight men from the “pickup artist” culture and the manosphere who are desperately trying to learn from him how to be manly. Instead, reverting to the other half of the Nazi playbook, he prefers to highlight his hatred for “effeminacy,” feminism, and “weakness.” A beautifully muscular man of 42 who has perfected a masculine scowl in the many photographs of himself he releases on his website and Facebook page, he functions as beefcake for the neofascist cause. He’s parlayed his butch allure into a brand, earning money from a line of T-shirts and wrist guards that say things like BARBARIAN and a series of books that seek to instruct both straight and gay men in how to become more masculine and in particular, more “violent.”

One of my Facebook friends, a politically liberal gay man I’ll call Frank, is a fan of Donovan’s Facebook page “because of the visuals. I like his looks—I mean, he’s bald with tattoos. He really exudes a lot of sex.” Frank also likes that Donovan “trashes that whole gay club scene,” which Frank finds conformist and alienating.

But when Donovan says violence, he means violence. This is not BDSM. “The ability to use violence effectively is the highest value of masters,” Donovan said in a 2017 speech at a fascist think tank in Germany. “It is the primary value of those who create order, who create worlds. Violence is a golden value. Violence rules. Violence is not evil–it is elemental.” Though Donovan tries to mine the latent sexiness in violence for all it’s worth, he is, in fact, against consensual BDSM, condemning it in a 2010 essay as part of a long list of evils that he feels has been perpetuated by gay culture: the “extreme promiscuity, sadomasochism, transvestism, transsexuality, and flamboyant effeminacy” promoted by “the pink-haired, punk rock stepchildren of feminism,” gay activists. No, it’s straight-up people hurting and killing other people he’s endorsing.

And what is all this violence for? Creating small, decentralized “homelands” in this country separated by—surprise!—race. He enthusiastically embraces an idea the alt-right calls “pan-secessionism,” under which, as Donovan says in his book A Sky Without Eagles, “gangs” of white men would form “autonomous zones” for themselves and white women, where women “would not be permitted to rule or take part in … political life.” The gangs would enforce racial boundary lines, because, as Donovan puts it, whites have “radically different values [and] cultures” than other people, and “loyalty requires preference. It requires discrimination.

In a 2011 essay, “Mighty White,” Donovan says, “race is not my favorite issue to write about”  because “I know too well that it distracts people from the bulk of my work” on the sexiness of violent masculinity. (If people associated him more with white nationalism than machismo, it could impede sales of his clothing line, books, patches, and the tattoos he sells out of a Portland-area gym.) And indeed, at the end of May, Donovan wrote a long, rambling post on his website trying to dissociate himself from white nationalism. The post may have been a response to the enormous public anger in Portland, Oregon (where Donovan lives), following white nationalist Jeremy Christian’s murder of two men for defending women of color on a commuter train on May 26. In the essay, Donovan claimed he doesn’t want to organize anyone politically, rather “I just want to hang out in the woods with … the people who I am oathed to, my tribe, the Wolves of Vinland”—a white, “neopagan” quasi-military brotherhood recognized as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center. (Wolves of Vinland member Maurice Michaely recently spent two years in prison for burning down a black church in Virginia.)

But Donovan’s recent hand-wringing does not erase the fact that on his website he’s repeatedly said real men want to “control our borders,” decried the “black-on-white crime rate,” denounced “the deeply entrenched anti-white bias” of our culture, and said, “I support White Nationalists,” who “I call … ‘The Mighty Whites.’ ” Recently, he admiringly interviewed the two young men who lead Germany’s anti-African, anti-Arab identitarian movement. On his podcast, the men, one of whom used to belong to a neo-Nazi group in Austria, boast about attacking a mosque and disrupting refugee theater. He also has begun whispering praise for Julius Evola, the Italian anti-Semite and fascist who joined Hitler’s SS.

If Donovan is a caricature of the gay Nazi strongman—almost a personification of the phrase “body fascism” (which was originally used by gay men to critique other gay men’s obsession with perfect gym bodies)—his counterpart, James O’Meara, is an embodiment of something that could barely be imagined until now: Nazi camp. I hesitate to write that phrase, because it’s almost painful to acknowledge that camp—that subversive, gay “turning” of seriousness into playfulness and straight narratives into gay ones—could be deployed by a Nazi. But of course it can: If the emergence of out gay white nationalists shows anything, it’s that LGBTQ people truly are everywhere, for good and for ill. And that we no longer have the luxury of assuming that queer tropes are inherently, and trans-historically, progressive.

Far femmier than Donovan in both looks and tone, O’Meara writes alternately smirking and playful essays for Counter-Currents about men’s clothing, the closeted Cardinal Spellman, the “homoromanticism” of the Boy Scouts, and the political economy of The Gilmore Girls. O’Meara openly loves Hitler, but he also grooves to the socialist Oscar Wilde, andin an interview with the webzine Alternative Right, admiringly quotes “Bunny” Roger, the gay British dandy and World War II heroas saying: “Now that I’ve killed so many Nazis Daddy will haveto buy me a sable coat.” But his “fun” paragraphs always end up at the same un-playful conclusion: “the Judaic is always there, blocking the way” and spreading “rot” throughout American culture. “The Jew” is deliberately destroying the country by building up “Negroes” and promoting “the alien, dissolute, demonic culture of the Africans.” In a podcast, O’Meara said, “The blacks get their chicks pregnant as soon as they turn 15, and have 30 different children with 10 different women” because of Jewish scheming: “the poison that the Jewish mentality introduces” promotes heterosexual sex and “girl-craziness” instead of the glorious gayness that would dominate “if the Jews hadn’t taken over Hollywood.”

Of course, neither O’Meara nor Donovan actually support gay rights. This is partly because they don’t believe in “civil rights.” Although O’Meara wants to be part of an imagined elite band of men who love each other and rule society—his version of an Aryan fantasy called the Männerbund—he doesn’t want to support, as he put it in the interview with Alternative Right, “some sniveling queen demanding ‘my rights!’ … ‘The plight of the homosexual’ … is a Leftist myth.” Donovan says explicitly that straight people should be given more power and privileges than gay folks, because their “reproductive sexuality” is superior to ours. Both men openly detest lesbians and trans and genderqueer people: Donovan calls the trans movement “men who want to cut their dicks off and women who want to cut their tits off.” And of course, no white nationalist organization anywhere supports LGBTQ rights on a social or legislative level. Their new “support” is limited to allowing cis gay men who are white racists to join them.

So why are white nationalists smiling in our direction? Most importantly, because it worked in Europe. In Holland, France, Germany, and Sweden, white nationalists have deliberately used LGBTQ people and Muslims as a wedge against one another. Polls show that over one third of French gay men supported Le Pen in the recent election despite her promise to end same-sex marriage, and in Germany, the far-right AfD recently tapped an out lesbian banker to run for chancellor. (The AfD is even more hostile to actual pro-gay policies than France’s National Front is.) Sweden’s fascist party organized an LGBTQ pride parade through Muslim neighborhoods, and of course, in Holland, Pim Fortuyn and later Geert Wilders tried to make “Islam” synonymous with “hatred of gays.” Their ultimate goal was to make hatred of immigrants “progressive.”

Bringing queer people in, in both Europe and America, is a way to grow the neo-fascist movement. It is also a way to court millennials, who are consistently supportive of gay rights even when they swing conservative on other issues. It’s a testament to the fact that, in some ways, the queer movement has already won the battle for public opinion. The far right could not beat us, so they decided to join us—in the most superficial way possible. Ultimately, it’s a form of pinkwashing, which YourDictionary defines as “the practice of representing something … as gay-friendly in order to soften or downplay aspects of its reputation considered negative.” How could Le Pen, or Wilders, or other open racists be so bad when they like queer people?

There is another potential benefit: If white supremacists can equate “Muslims” with attacks on LGBTQ people—and women—they might be able to attract liberals and moderates into a kind of anti-immigrant “big tent.” This would complement their effort to portray racism as “pro-worker.” It’s hardly incidental that both Donovan and O’Meara see themselves as anti-capitalist. Like the many gay men who joined Hitler’s SA (the unit led by the out Ernst Röhm), they see a Nazi-like movement as somehow offering salvation from both antigay and economic oppression. (Of course, Hitler ultimately slaughtered Röhm and other SA gay men in the Night of the Long Knives.)

The far right is attempting to seduce gay men in some of the same ways the early Nazi movement reached out to them, before mowing queers down in the name of fascist ideals. Only two days after the massacre at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando last year, white-nationalist meme producer (and proud homophobe)Butch Leghorn wrote on the alt-right website The Right Stuff, “This shooting [is] a very valuable wedge issue. … We simply need to hammer this issue … Spread this meeting. Drive this wedge. Smash their coalition. Make it cool to be anti-Muslim because Liberalism.” Butch and his co-activists put out a plethora of memes for the occasion with, for example, a rainbow flag and the words FUCK ISLAM, and the phrases, “To be pro-Islam is to be anti-Gay … Daddy’s gonna build a wall and keep you safe.” Said Leghorn on The Right Stuff: “We are currently driving this wedge as deeply as possible to break off the Pro-Gay coalition into the Trump camp.”

One of the many gay people who received, and began avidly sending out, such memes was Peter Boykin, a 39-year-old, married, white Virginian who had eight years earlier been suspicious of Obama because, as he told me in a phone interview, “His name is like Osama bin Laden. We don’t have his birth certificate, and he came out of nowhere.” Boykin, who grew up with conservative Catholic parents who had campaigned for Ronald Reagan, founded an organization called “Gays for Trump” after he attended a party of the same name at the Republican convention last July. After the Pulse shooting, he says, “People came pouring into the group. It was like Boom!” Boykin said he isn’t afraid of attorney general Jeff Sessions’ antigay record: “When I met him, he shook my hand, and he put my business card in his actual jacket. He was very nice to me. I don’t think he’s antigay at all.” But Boykin is profoundly worried about Muslim immigrants (who, according to a recent Pew poll, are actually more likely to believe in tolerance of homosexuality than evangelical Christians) wanting to hurt him: “I keep seeing videos people send me where they’re beheading these 13-year-old boys and throwing people off of roofs.”

Longtime LGBTQ organizer Scot Nakagawa has been fighting white nationalist movements for over 30 years, now as a senior partner at ChangeLab, a think tank on racial justice. Says Nakagawa, “We have to remember that even racist white gay men are still very vulnerable to discrimination” because they’re gay. “When one is under attack”—not by phantom Muslims, but by real, neighborhood gaybashers—”one picks up whatever shields one can,” even shields like racism that will not fight the true threat. In Donovan’s writing, it’s clear that what he’s terrified of most is “weakness,” especially male weakness. (He notes that he feels “disgusting” if he doesn’t train in a gym “for more than a few days.”) It doesn’t take a psychoanalyst to guess that, at bottom, he feels profoundly weak and vulnerable. O’Meara, for his part, fears that he will be destroyed by African-American and Jewish “rot” and pollution. It doesn’t take a psychoanalyst to guess that he feels dirty, and at risk of decaying from within.


Rather than simply writing off the gay men who may be attracted to white nationalism, Nakagawa says: “It is really important to think about who those people are, and to try to reach out to them. Which means having compassion for them, as difficult as that may be.” Nakagawa feels that the left has too often behaved as though racism and sexism are primarily matters of personal character, rather than deep social structures that elites—the 1 percent—use to consolidate their power.

“It’s a bad choice to imagine that all these men are incredibly rich,” he adds. Rather than demonizing men who may long for a strong brotherhood to protect them in a society that is increasingly unsafe and un-nourishing for all of us, we should counter-organize among them and have the searching and committed conversations about racism and sexism that have too often eluded the gay community. In this time of great danger for both LGBTQ people and the entire country, the only real way to fight fascism is to offer a competing vision, for a society that will meet everyone’s needs rather than, as Donovan would have it, the needs of “the wolves” who seek to assert “dominance and control.” For at the end of the day, none of us is a wolf—or to say it another way, even wolves are vulnerable.

Connecticut rabbi charged with sexual assault of former student

NEW YORK — A prominent Connecticut rabbi was charged in the alleged sexual assault of a minor two months after he was ordered to pay a civil judgment of $20 million relating to the same allegations.

Rabbi Daniel Greer, 77, the founding rabbi of the Yeshiva of New Haven, turned himself in to police Wednesday morning and was charged with second-degree sexual assault and risk of injury to a minor, police told the New Haven Register. Bond was set at $100,000.

Eliyahu Mirlis of New Jersey, now an adult, claims the rabbi raped and sexually molested him hundreds of times when he was a minor and a student at the religious boarding school in the early to mid-2000s. Mirlis has urged media outlets that normally would not identify an abuse victim to use his name.

In May, a federal jury ordered Greer and the Yeshiva of New Haven to pay Mirlis $15 million in compensatory damages and $5 million in punitive damages. The criminal investigation proceeded more slowly than the civil trial.

In the civil lawsuit, which was filed last year, Mirlis claimed the abuse occurred for three years when he was a student at the yeshiva, which Greer also served as principal. He said the abuse took place on school grounds and in Greer’s home. Mirlis attended the school from 2001 to 2005.

Greer has denied the allegations and his attorney said he would appeal the civil judgment. He plans to enter a plea of not guilty, his lawyer in the criminal case told the New Haven Independent.

“Rabbi Greer has a long history of positive contributions to the New Haven community,” Willie Dow said. “These charges are unfounded. He looks forward to addressing this case in court.”

In addition to founding the Yeshiva of New Haven, Greer has served on the New Haven Board of Police Commissioners and as a chairman of the city’s Redevelopment Agency, helping to revitalize New Haven’s Edgewood neighborhood.

Greer’s daughter was one of five Orthodox students who unsuccessfully sued Yale in the late 1990s claiming the Ivy League university violated their constitutional rights by requiring they live in coed dorms.

Investigation into Records of Sexually Abused Foster Children Ensnares Seattle Mayor


By Matt Agorist

Seattle, WA — Over the past several years, multiple victims have come forward and accused Seattle Mayor Ed Murray of sexually abusing them when they were children in the 1980’s. Delvonn Heckard, one of the alleged victims, filed a lawsuit against the mayor in April, setting off an investigation by the Seattle Times. What the Times found was nothing short of bombshell and vindication for his alleged victims.

As the Free Thought Project reported in April, Murray’s attorney publicly denounced the allegations of sexual abuse from the victims. One of those victims was Jeff Simpson, whose case prompted the controversy in 2008.

“The previous accusers were investigated by law enforcement and the press and found to be not credible and their claims meritless,” attorney Robert Sulkin told reporters in April.

However, these claims were easily made because the Oregon Department of Human Services’ (DHS) foster-parent records of his abuse were said to be destroyed. The mayor himself even felt secure enough to say last month that the press not finding the supposed records of his abuse of Simpson demonstrated his innocence — a move he now likely regrets.

Not content with hearing that the records had been destroyed, the Times tried, once again, to obtain them. Using Murray’s statements urging the media to pursue those records and noting the victim’s authorization to release the details of the abuse, DHS finally released the information.

“We used our discretion to determine disclosure was in the public interest to protect other children and prevent anyone else from being put in a similar situation,” said Caroline Burnell, manager of the legal unit for DHS’ public-affairs office. “A person in a position of power and authority could use that authority to coerce or otherwise force people into a vulnerable position.”

As the Seattle Times reports:

The Times emailed a video link of the news conference to DHS two days later, noting those statements. The agency considered the totality of information provided when deciding to release the records, Burnell said. They included the Child Protective Services assessment finding Simpson’s allegations valid; a detective’s reports citing two additional witnesses; and a letter from the District Attorney’s Office indicating prosecutors had not determined Simpson was lying.

The records, dating back to 1984, explicitly noted that Ed Murray should “never again be utilized as a certified CSD resource for children.” It also showed that a criminal case was brought against Murray by prosecutors but in spite of the multiple accusations, charges were somehow never filed.

Naturally, the Mayor has taken to bashing Simpson and telling the public to consider his troubled past. But none of those things are relevant to what happened when he was under Murray’s care.

Speaking in an interview this week with KPTV, Simpson noted that he would take a lie detector and do whatever it takes to make sure other children don’t suffer the same fate as he did.

“Mayor Murray is a child molester,” Simpson said Tuesday. “The worst things that you can think of were what Ed has done to me.”

As KPTV reports, Simpson said he was told by state agencies over and over that the records in his case had long been destroyed. Learning they not only existed, but were released publicly this week, he said was an answer to his prayers.

“It’s nothing short of a miracle,” he said. “All of a sudden, not only do we get the paperwork but we get all of the records that were supposedly destroyed.”

The records vindicating Simpson’s claims are just the beginning. It now gives the accusations of the other potential victims merit as well.

Sadly, as this alleged abuse happened over 30 years ago, the statute of limitations for criminal charges has since run out. But Simpson just wants closure.

Simpson notes that he is now working with an attorney to help achieve this closure and has started a fundraising page for those efforts.

While Murray and his team of high profile attorneys attempt to demonize those who claim to be victims of the mayor, it is important to note just how common pedophilia is — especially among the elite — who are rarely ever held accountable.

Just this week, former speaker of the house, Dennis Hastert was released from prison after he admitted to raping multiple young boys. His already insultingly low sentence of 15 months was allowed to end 2 months early.

This article originally appeared on The Free Thought Project.

Spic Malfunction Leads to Child Prostitution


We are constantly told that the ongoing Mestizo invasion and ruination of California is really just the spicy variety of vibrancy, and worthy of celebration. The jews assure us, contrary to all discernible evidence, that the Mestizos are “natural conservatives,” bursting with cucktian holiness, and brimming with family values. We are called “racist” if we question the abject surrender of our homelands to these allegedly human worker-consumer units who are here to save “muh public pension.” With only a few more trillion dollars of welfare appeasement, spurious education, jobs training, English language classes, cultural surrender, and forgiven drunk driving fatalities, we’ll be able to magically turn these degenerated, physically and morally stunted, eurysomatic creatures into suntanned substandard Whites. In reality, the Mestizos are a nearly perfect example of the horrific and dangerous outcomes of miscegenation.

The scions of two unique peoples (the Spaniards, and the Aztec-Mayan branches of the American Indian) with separate histories replete with distinctive civilizational accomplishments, made the devastating mistake of mixing their genetic inheritances to create the Mestizo. The devolution is obvious from the violent dispositions, poor impulse control, and low IQs prevalent among Mestizo communities everywhere. They are a people who expose the fallacy of “hybrid vigor,” as they cannot surpass their progenitor races in any positive, civilized measure of accomplishment. They are as incapable of creating a society that fosters great feats of exploration and discovery like the Spaniards, as they are maladapted to organizing communities to create architectural and engineering wonders like Palenque or the Pyramid of the Sun at Teotihuacan.  Instead, the Mestizo has degenerated into a murine branch of humanity who soil their own nests, despoil their surroundings, and devastate the carrying capacity of their environment with an unthinking r-strategy reproductive tendency. The Mestizos and their genetically determined failings do not give rise to safe, healthy communities when they are permitted to colonize formerly prosperous White homelands. Instead, they bring the kinds of criminality and perversion that were once unthinkable.

An 18-year-old Hanford woman was sentenced to 13 years in prison for her role in the pimping and human trafficking of younger girls.”

Here for a better life, says the jew. Or to pimp children.

The highly vaunted vibrancy of the Mestizos, which apparently means criminality, vulgarity, and a lack of morality that approaches talmudic levels. Here to do the jobs Americans don’t want to do, like pimping children. The rat-faced men say we need more, so many more, because we have a critical people shortage. It’s time to put down that bottle of cerveza with the weird little U on it, spit out the disgusting carne asada, and reclaim our White culture and White homelands.

Hanford police detectives arrested Jelinajane Bedrijo Almario in May 2016. Though a juvenile, she was tried as an adult for human trafficking, sending threatening emails to a family member of at least one of the girls and making terrorist threats.”

This vicious creature is the embodiment of what a Mestizo infestation contributes to the community: child prostitutes, human trafficking, and violent terroristic threats against their victims. The only thing missing from this story is a drug mule and a beheading, and of course semitic sanctimony about how the perpetrator was “just here for a better life.” Reportedly a juvenile (likely based on mental capacity), Jelinajane’s weight would only qualify her as juvenile at a livestock auction. As an aside, if we can get the Mestizos out of our communities we will be a long way to solving that obesity epidemic. Instead, the jews and their good goys in government disingenuously call them White and use them as an excuse for more ZOG welfare programs to fund the bipedal biological weapons of White displacement.

Almario’s scheme, which lasted a few weeks, involved posting pictures of the younger girls on different websites for prostitution, then taking the girls to motels off Highway 99 in Tulare County, said Hanford police Detective Richard Pontecorvo… The ring involved four girls between the ages of 14 and 15 years old.”

See Whitey? Mestizos are just enterprising small business owners! They’ll vote elephant party any day now. We just need a few million more in the Whitest remaining areas of the moribund USSA. This jungle monster even demonstrated those important basic computer skills we ever so desperately need in our new “knowledge economy.” And c’mon you bigots, the age of consent in Aztexico is 12, so those girls between the ages of 14 and 15 were practically old women!

It was a huge eye opener for us,” [Detective Pontecorvo] said. “But we caught her case very early, so we were able to pull those girls out of that.”

Certainly stopping this vile, amoral creature early (but none too soon) in its depredation of young girls was a good thing. The fact that it was tried as an adult and sentenced to a moderately stiff punishment (at least initially, before time off for “good behavior” and a La Raza-influenced parole board turns the thing loose) was also commendable. However, the fact that this type of exploitative violent crime against children from the Mestizo community was “a huge eye opener” for an experienced police detective is typical of the careerist shills who populate government sinecures from top to bottom. It was only an “eye opener” because the ostensible authorities of the USSA have turned a blind eye to the Mestizo menace for so long.

Orchestrated by the rootless traveling merchant, California has foolishly traded the safety, richness, and community spirit that was only possible in a racially homogenous White homeland, for rancid taco meat, gang violence, drunk driving, and sullen Mestizo penitentiary faces on every corner. Like something from the Island of Doctor Moreau, the Mestizo monsters are the product of an ill-conceived genetic crossing gone horribly wrong.  The result of which was the overly aggressive, invasive species that has ruined the once incomparable White homeland of California. We must realize that these savage sewage-colored creatures are present in White countries to perpetrate White genocide. We need White homelands, secure against the violence, intimidation, and economic and cultural desertification that is the consequence of sharing space with the Mestizos. We must stop White genocide.

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Wearing only stretchy blue briefs, David Fuehrer posed for the camera with one beefy arm flexed over his head, the other clenched in front of his chest. T hick muscles and veins rippled under his tan, hairless skin, and there was a tense smirk on his face. It was 2001, and Fuehrer, then 25, was just a few days away from winning the light heavyweight title at the Natural New York State Bodybuilding Championship.

Four months later, he was diagnosed with testicular cancer. “It stripped away all of my male identity,” says Fuehrer, now 40, whose treatment left him impotent for nearly a year. “Impotency to a guy is so much more than your thing doesn’t function. It’s like, you’re not a man. How do you say to people, ‘I’m not a man’?”

When people first hear those three words—“You have cancer”—they’re thrust into an alternate reality where the only thing that’s certain is just how uncertain their future is. How long will I live? If I die, what will happen to my children and loved ones? How painful will treatment be? Will I lose my hair? Get fat? Need a double mastectomy? Will I be able to have kids? There are so many important and charged topics for patients to discuss with their doctors that sexuality is often pretty low on the list of concerns.

It shouldn’t be.

“The cure isn’t enough,” says Fuehrer, a former research consultant at Pfizer and GE who now sits on the board of directors for Stupid Cancer, a nonprofit focusing on young adult cancer. “Just the fact that more people are living, that’s wonderful, but more people are living with really awful stuff they now have to deal with.”

Cancer is a ruthless, nefarious disease, and oncologists are vigilant about shrinking cancers and preventing their spread. In other words, extending life. But these treatments often bring with them a horror show of sexual side effects, from impotence to vaginal shrinkage and dryness. There are also the emotional ramifications patients, their partners and families endure. At least 60 percent of cancer survivors suffer from long-term sexual problems, and fewer than 20 percent get the help they need to lead fulfilling sex lives, says Leslie Schover, a clinical psychologist who’s one of the pioneers in helping cancer survivors navigate sexual health and fertility. Only half of all cancer patients recall anyone from oncology addressing the effects that treatment will have on sex and intimacy, and just 20 percent report being satisfied with the help they received from health care professionals for their sexual problems.

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A lot of that is due to plain old embarrassment—sex is one of the most universally uncomfortable topics of discussion. “A lot of folks think it will get better over time, and it doesn’t, or years go by, and they’ve lost intimacy in their life,” says Catherine Alfano, vice president of survivorship at the American Cancer Society and a rehabilitation psychologist. “Sexuality is a very understudied area for the same reason it’s an undiscussed area in clinical practice: People just don’t want to talk about it—not in their research, not as a patient, not as a provider.”

But for the more than 15.5 million Americans alive today with a history of cancer—and for those among the 1,688,780 new cases of cancer that will be diagnosed this year—surviving the disease does not have to mean a life devoid of physical pleasure and intimacy. There are therapies and medications available to every patient, along with a small cadre of experts who help survivors navigate the jagged path back to sexual health—if only patients and doctors would learn how to talk about it. “The point of being alive is to enjoy life and connect with the ones you love,” says Dr. Madeleine Castellanos, a psychiatrist who specializes in sex therapy and works with cancer patients. “So if you’re not enjoying your time, and your quality of life is shot, what’s the point?”

Not Even Dust Comes Out

Cancer is the second-leading cause of death in the United States, claiming over half a millionAmerican lives each year. But a cancer diagnosis is not necessarily a death sentence, and improved treatments and earlier detection mean that more people today are surviving than ever before. The five-year survival rate of leukemia, for example, has increased from 34 percent in the mid-1970s to 63 percent from 2006 to 2012, according to the American Cancer Society. For breast cancer, survival rates during those same periods jumped from 75 percent to 91 percent. But once you survive cancer, what comes next?

The answer to that depends on everything from your type of cancer and treatment to your age and gender. Most prostate cancer patients, for example, experience erectile dysfunction at some point, whether they undergo surgery, radiation or hormonal therapy. They also lose the ability to ejaculate (though they can still orgasm), and sometimes they express some urine during ejaculation. Some men have weakened sensation at orgasm. Others experience discomfort, though rarely pain. After surgery, most men have temporary incontinence, and after hormonal therapy, most experience a decrease or loss of sexual desire. The most devastating part of all this is when patients and their partners aren’t fully prepared for these side effects. “This week in my practice, I had a 50-year-old guy with tears in his eyes. He said, ‘If I’d known it would be like this, I wouldn’t have done it,’” says Dr. John Mulhall, director of the Male Sexual and Reproductive Medicine Program at Memorial Sloan Kettering in New York City. “The problem is, patients are not given realistic expectations…. Eighteen months after surgery, your erections could be great, but every time you ejaculate, you’ll leak an ounce of urine.”

Harry, a 63-year-old hairstylist, struggled to regain sexual functioning after his prostatectomy at Mount Sinai Beth Israel in New York City. “They tell you within a week or so of having the catheter taken out that you should masturbate. Initially, you’re frightened. They’ve cut everything inside of you, and nothing comes out—not even dust!” he says. Masturbating increases blood flow to the penis, which helps decrease the risk of impotence, as well as shrinkage. But Harry hated it. “You are so flaccid that it’s even a pain in the ass to do.”

After treatment for prostate cancer, most men take Viagra and Cialis to provide blood flow to avoid penile shortening and help with erections , but many need additional interventions, like penile injections, vacuum pumps and alprostadil urethral suppositories (brand name: MUSE), which are small pellets inserted into the tip of the penis. “It sounds awful, but it’s really not that bad, and people get into a rhythm,” Mulhall says. Pills and injections didn’t work for Harry, but MUSE did. “No pain, and five minutes later, boom! Erect! It’s like a miracle, but if you’re on a basic salary, it’s a lot of money,” says Harry, who was treated at Mount Sinai in New York City. He pays $120 for each suppository. “I make more money than the average person. If someone gives me a couple hundred dollars in tips, I think, Oh! I’ve got two erections!”

A 72-year-old prostate cancer survivor and former cancer researcher from a major pharmaceutical firm, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, says he never regained his erectile function. “You just learn to live with it,” he says. “I got a couple of daughters. Life is good. I’m living in a comfortable retirement. I travel. You gotta look at the positive things. You can’t mope around.”

That attitude is hard for many to adopt, especially younger men. When Fuehrer was diagnosed with testicular cancer at 25, he had an orchiectomy to remove one of his testicles. He recovered and got married at 28, but two years later, he was diagnosed with a different form of testicular cancer and needed another orchiectomy, followed by radiation and hormone therapies. His doctors didn’t prepare him for the consequences: He’d be left feeling exhausted, in pain, nauseous and infertile. He spent nine months completely impotent. Within a year, his wife left him.

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“I don’t blame her. It was just more than she could handle,” says Fuehrer. “Despite how awful all of that was from a cancer experience, the hardest part was spending the next five years not feeling like anybody understood what that was like. I lived—yay! I reached the five-year [survival] mark, but I spent those five years in quiet loneliness…. Will I ever date again? Will I feel like I did before I went through this? If not, what will it be like? Those are heavy things to face when all of your friends are having babies, getting promotions and buying BMWs.”

Like a Murder Scene

Tamika Felder knew what cancer patients looked like: old, sickly, bald, drugged up. At least that’s what her father looked like as he died of cancer when she was in high school. But at 25, she went from being a freelance broadcaster in Washington, D.C., to a cancer patient at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, where she underwent chemotherapy, radiation and a radical hysterectomy to treat cervical cancer. “The loss of my fertility—you don’t feel like a woman. You don’t feel like anybody will ever want you…. And being 25, I was like, ‘I’m gonna have to give up sex for the rest of my life!’” says Felder. “I wanted to know, Is this it for me?”

Women who undergo chemotherapy often end up in temporary or permanent early menopause, which can lead to vaginal dryness, tightness and painful sex. Chemo can also decrease libido, cause yeast infections, inflame genital herpes or warts, and lead to fatigue, nausea, weight gain and hair loss. “You look in the mirror, and you don’t feel pretty—and you really don’t look pretty,” says Hester Hill Schnipper, program manager of oncology social work at the Beth Israel Deaconess Cancer Center in Boston and a two-time breast cancer survivor. “I facilitate a lot of support groups, and lack of libido is the big thing that will get talked about. It can be funny in a painful way: What would you rather do on Sunday afternoon than have sex? Scrub the kitchen floor, clean the closets, get a root canal. Basically anything.”

Felder’s cancer treatment left her with “bad radiation burns from front to back,” she says. “There’s something symbolic about the mom who used to put the diaper rash cream on the baby and is now doing it again with burn cream for her 25-year-old.” Felder, who’s now 42, also has vaginal atrophy, shrinkage and dryness, and a thick scar from her bellybutton to her vaginal lips. “At first, it was painful just touching it because of the surgeries and treatment. It’s like, there’s no way I’m ever sticking anything in there! Then you start healing, and the body remembers, and you’re like, ‘Oh, what’s that? Oh!’”

After punishing treatments, sex isn’t universally important to everyone. Schnipper works with a young woman who’s planning to have a bilateral mastectomy with reconstruction. “The sexual responsiveness of her breasts will be gone,” Schnipper says. “She keeps telling me that that part is a matter of complete indifference to her. She says, ‘I don’t even like it when my husband touches them.’ Most people feel more of a loss.” Schnipper mentions another patient, a woman in her early 70s, whose top concern when it came to taking hormonal estrogen treatment was losing her libido.

Sex always mattered to Felder. “I survived cancer—I deserve at least a good orgasm!” After she recovered from her surgery and treatment, she spent nearly two years going on casual dates before she met someone she felt comfortable enough to have sex with. That didn’t go so well. “It was like a murder scene. There was so much blood,” she says. “I remember running into the bathroom and calling my friend. I was like, ‘He tried to break my vagina!’ You think, I’m never going to experience the joy of sex; it’s just not gonna happen. It does, but you have to be gentle with yourself, physically and emotionally.”

In 2011, Felder reconnected with an ex-boyfriend, and they got married two years later. They live in Upper Marlboro, Maryland, where she runs Cervivor, a nonprofit that educates patients and survivors of cervical cancer. “It’s awkward already just being naked in front of someone. We’re in a real body-conscious society, where looks matter,” she says. “Add scars and missing limbs or dents in limbs or body parts, and that’s an extra burden. Doctors have a responsibility to make sex a part of the quality of life beyond cancer.”

No one informed Erin Wagner that treating her anal cancer would mean she’d never be able to have sex with her husband again. She was diagnosed in 2008, at 49, and six weeks after radiation and chemotherapy, her doctor cleared her for sexual activity. But when she and her husband tried to have sex, she felt “severe, urgent pain,” she says. “I had to convince my husband to try because there was just nothing arousing about the pain he was causing me.”Everything hurt her—oral sex, touching, vibrators, even using lubrication.

Wagner tried minor surgery to remove scar tissue inside her vaginal canal and started physical therapy. “I’d use a nerve-numbing cream, then I’d use a dilator for 15 minutes for stretching, and then I’d put the larger dilator inside of me and spend five to 10 minutes moving it a little,” she says. “But it’s really difficult to get it inside, to the point where I’d cause myself to rip. It’s that kind of pain where you have to remind yourself to breathe.”

But nothing worked. Last year, she and her husband separated. And last month, she stopped trying to make her vaginal opening large enough for sex. “The tough thing is, I could control my motivation, but I couldn’t control how disappointing and frustrating it was for my husband. He was very silent. It was just a connection we no longer had. We spent a lot of years trying to figure it out but feeling very disconnected from each other.”

These days, Wagner, who lives in Iowa City, works as a patient advocate and coach for people dealing with cancer and consults with providers, teaching them how to address sexuality with their patients. A couple of months ago, she and her husband started dating again. “We went through a long journey: How much of our relationship is emotional, and how much is it physical, and how much has to be physical?” she says. “We’re spending a lot of time together to determine if what we have with each other is enough.”

The Best-Laid Plans

Whether you’re married, in a relationship or single, there is no magic fix for jump-starting your sex life after you’ve survived cancer. Practical tools, like vaginal lubrication and dilators, can help women target tight muscles around the entrance of the vagina, and medications address erectile dysfunction, but those work only when coupled with emotional support, open communication and, in many cases, therapy. “A lot of patients just stop touching completely during these periods of illness,” Schover says. “One partner becomes the caregiver of another, taking care of surgical drains or helping with the stoma bag that holds urine or stool.” Her goal is to help couples start seeing each other as lovers again. “The couples that get into trouble, you can pretty much always see there was something wrong to begin with. If a couple had lousy communication and trouble showing caring—if the wife is in radiation, and the husband goes off on a fishing trip—that makes for a lot of resentment.”

Concerns about sex vary from person to person, treatment to treatment. A cancer survivor may be too exhausted to have sex and thus worry that his or her partner is missing out. Or they want to have sex but physically can’t. Others struggle with body image issues and no longer feel feminine or manly. Partners, too, face unique challenges: Some feel guilty asking for sex, or they can be so worried that they’ll hurt their partner during sex that they lose their desire. When one partner starts shutting down physically, the intimacy degrades. “This is a terrible, sad story, especially because we have a lot of treatments that can help!” says Alfano. “Patients can get back to having a wonderful sex life; it just might have to work differently.”

One of the first steps is accepting that sex probably won’t be like it used to be. “The majority of people talk about penile-vaginal intercourse. For the record, there’s so much more on the menu!” says Castellanos. “Sexuality is anything that helps get us sexually aroused, both physically and psychologically.”

Schnipper urges patients to focus on feeling intimate in ways that are not physically or emotionally painful, like showering together, trading foot massages or holding hands while watching television. “When I teach exercises to regain sexuality and intimacy, we start by saying intercourse is off the table for this week. Instead, spend half an hour touching each other in other ways—and stay away from genitals,” she says. Instead, Schnipper suggests couples use oils, silk, feathers or anything else that reminds them that their bodies can still feel pleasure. She also urges women to masturbate. “You have to relearn what works for your body, and it may well be different. You have to learn it before you share it with your partner.”

When you’re single and recovering from cancer treatment, dating is rife with dread at every age. A woman in her 60s meets a man she likes and tells him she survived breast cancer; he bails because his first wife died of breast cancer. Or a man in his 60s who had prostate cancer has to explain to a woman that he can’t have erections. Meanwhile, young people worry if they’ll ever meet someone who accepts and loves them just as they are.

“If your vagina doesn’t work because you had cervical cancer—if you can’t fuck a guy or a girl—that’s terrible when you’re 26. When you’re 75, fine. But not when you’re impotent and all you want to do is date,” says Matthew Zachary, founder and CEO of Stupid Cancer. “What’s your Coffee Meets Bagel profile for, ‘I’ll never be a mom’?” Zachary was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer at 21, given six months to live, and then, as he puts it, “I wound up not dying.” His treatment left him bald, underweight, infertile and temporarily impotent. Seven or eight years later, he finally started dating again. “I went on a date with a girl and told her I had beaten cancer, and she started crying hysterically in a diner and embarrassed me. Note to self: Don’t do that!”

The first time Felder went on a date, she blurted out that she had cancer and can’t have children. “There was never another phone call,” she says. “It was word-vomit: My hoo-ha is pretty f-ed up! But you learn as you go.” Both she and Zachary are now married.

Schover and Schnipper counsel patients not to talk about their cancer experiences on the first or second date, but not to wait too long either. “If you find yourself thinking this relationship has legs, and maybe I’ll end up in bed with this man, you need to tell him before you get there,” Schnipper says.

Fuehrer, the two-time testicular cancer survivor, spent three years chasing women after he regained his sexual functioning. “My mentality was to prove I was still a man,” he says. Then he met his second wife. “On our first date, she asked me, ‘So you’re not married?’ I’m like, ‘Well, OK, I’ll just say it: I’m a cancer survivor. I was married, and I’m not now.’ I laid it out.” He was convinced he’d never hear from her again, but they texted later that night and have been together ever since.

There is intimacy after cancer, but it’s predicated on one assumption: Oncologists and patients talking about the ways cancer affects sexuality and interventions that can help. A couple of years ago, Alfano attended a meeting on sexual health and chronic illnesses organized by the American Sexual Health Association. “As a psychologist, I was the only health care provider sitting around the table who had clinical training in sexual health. There were 50 people at the table!” she says. “That’s how little training health care providers—nurses, physicians, anybody—get in sexuality…. Patients don’t like to talk about this with their health care providers, and health care providers, especially oncologists, are not trained how to ask about it. Sex is an issue that goes unmentioned.”

Every expert interviewed by Newsweek for this article agreed. “It’s really important for patients to open up to their doctors and bring this rather uncomfortable conversation forward,” says Schnipper’s husband, Lowell Schnipper, the Theodore and Evelyn Berenson distinguished professor of medicine in the field of oncology at Harvard Medical School, as well as the clinical director of the cancer center at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. “I’m sure it exposes their vulnerabilities in ways that only compounds a cancer diagnosis, but patients need to be empowered to approach their doctors—and expect that they’ll give them an empathetic hearing and respond appropriately.”

Getting to Yes, Yes, Yes!!!

Schover just might have the solution. After 13 years as a staff psychologist at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation and nearly two decades at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, she retired last year and founded Will2Love, a digital health company that offers evidence-based online help for cancer-related sex and fertility problems. “My goal was to create something online that’s available to anyone at a relatively low cost,” she says. “Insurers may cover some of the physical procedures [cancer survivors need on their journey back to sexual health], but they cover very little in the way of sexual counseling. A lot of private insurers exclude couples therapy or using sexual dysfunction diagnoses from the kind of mental health coverage, and if we lose [the Affordable Care Act], we’ll lose whatever coverage we had.”

Will2Love offers basic educational materials for free, as well as monthly subscriptions to research-based self-help programs that Schover developed with funding from the National Cancer Institute. (One month costs $40, three months $114, six months $216.) The programs cover everything from painful sex and orgasm problems to treatments and dating after cancer, and they’re geared toward patients, health care professionals and parents of young adult or teenage children with cancer. Last month, she launched the “Bring It Up!” public awareness campaign to encourage patients and health care professionals to address questions about sex, fertility and cancer.

As Mulhall puts it, “If sex is really important in your life, you should declare that! You think your surgeon will tell you everything you think you need to hear. They’ll only tell you everything they think you need to hear.”

Freemasons, Pedophilia and the Case Of Keith Harding


By Thomas Müller of The New Nationalist

The case of Keith Harding provides more smoking-gun proof that pederasts infiltrated British establishment, government and Freemasonry. They are using its pervasive influence to protect their fellow perverts’ evil predations and are involved in the largest pedophile ring in the world.

Shamed: Harding was unmasked as an active member of the Paedophile Information Exchange and believed to be membership secretary of the group who wanted the age of consent lowered to four. PHOTO: Daily Mail/

The Mercurius Lodge in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, was founded by U.K. spy agency Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) agents and boasts of its heritage on its website. The Mercurius Lodge is known as the Spies Lodge, as over the years many intelligence officers have become members. Keith Harding was the Worshipful Master and most senior member of the Spies Lodge.

The Daily Express revealed that Lodge’s Worshipful Master Keith Harding was convicted of an indecent assault against four children, ages 8 and 9, in 1958. He became classified as a Schedule 1 offender, which meant the offence remained on his criminal record all of his life.

His name was also on a list of about 400 Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE) members seized by police in 1984, the year the organisation disbanded. Harding told a friend that he kept hidden in a safe a list of more than 1,000 PIE members with prominent names, including top politicians from the Thatcher era.

Birds of Feather
Cyril Smith manspreading in Parliament

Harding socialized regularly with MPs Leon Brittan and Cyril Smith at his world-renowned workshop. Brittanwas a high ranking official, including Home Secretary and at the center of controversies, such as illegal wiretapping and rape allegations. Like Jimmy Saville, it was revealed that Smith was a prolific child predator and known as such dating back to 1979. Again, we had another cover up. There are numerous rabbit holes with these characters.

The U.K. has liberal libel laws and a low bar with which to bring suits. It works effectively to shut down accusations and public revelations about pedos and rapists in prominent positions.

In 1980, Harding appeared alongside pedophile television presenter Jimmy Saville in a Christmas special of “Jim’ll Fix It.”

Harding in middle shown on BBC with his running buddy Jimmy Saville, a notorious child sex offender.

He was an antiques expert who did restoration for royalty. He was subsequently given the Freedom of the City of London and became a member of the Worshipful Company of Clockmakers. He also ran a museum regularly visited by children. Social services reports from 1995 are said to describe his convictions as a “real cause for concern” and warned that children should not be left unsupervised with him.


Harding was married and divorced and had two children. In 2007 he established a same sex civil partner relationship. He died in 2014.

Worshipful Master is the highest honor and most senior and important functionary of any Masonic Lodge. No Mason can rise above the 18th Degree without the unanimous agreement of the entire Supreme Council. Allegedly to advance beyond the 18th Degree, members are severely vetted and background checked. Convicted pedo Harding was a 33rd degree Mason. It is a certainty that Keith Harding’s security services’ file would have been accessible to most GCHQ staff, above janitor level, at the click of a mouse.

The GCHQ is well known for its open advocacy and leadership in LBGT “rights” and issues. It lit up a colourful display at the Cheltenham home of the intelligence agency to mark International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOT). Inquiring minds would like to know: What are their views on pederasty? Harding’s PIE organization advocated four years as the age of consent.

In 2014, this “rights advocate” GCHQ was caught up in a revelation that they were nefariously harvesting intimate Web cam exchanges of Yahoo users. The leaked document, was unearthed the The Guardiannewspaper, who stated, “Unfortunately … it would appear that a surprising number of people use webcam conversations to show intimate parts of their body to the other person.”

The newspaper claimed the operation code named Optic Nerve stored images to agency databases regardless of whether individuals were suspected of wrongdoing. The operation allegedly took place between 2008 and 2012. During one six-month period, more than 1.8 million Yahoo users were targeted.

TNN Takeaway: GCHQ possesses images of nobodies jerking off on a Web cam, but they apparently don’t have the wherewithal to identify the pedo criminal background of the highest ranking member of an influential Mason Lodge with significant GCHQ presence. This is hardly isolated either. It is prima facie evidence of capture and compromise by some very nasty operatives and elements.


Pastor busted after church prank turns up over 350,000 images of minors performing sex acts: sheriff


Florida authorities have arrested a former youth pastor after a co-worker found hundreds of thousands of sexual-oriented pictures and videos of young girls on his laptop — including some he secretly filmed in his bathroom.

According to FOX13, 36-year-old Chad Robison was the music director at Seven River Presbyterian in Lecanto, Florida, when the co-worker stumbled upon the stash of videos and photos before alerting church authorities and law enforcement.

On Thursday, Robison was charged with three counts of lewd and lascivious exhibition with a victim less than 16 years of age, one count of knowingly promoting sexual performance by a child, and three counts of ‘video voyeurism’ for his own use.

According to Citrus County Sheriff Mike Prendergast, “On his personal laptop we have more than 3,000 videos and 350,000 photographs that our detectives have combed thru. I want to emphasize this is a textbook case of an online sexual predator.”

Authorities state that Robison engaged with younger girls in video chat rooms, encouraging them to expose themselves while he recorded the encounters. Additionally the church employee amassed hundreds of thousands of images of young girls, some engaging in sexual acts.

Deputies note that Robison also filmed young girls in his home bathroom without their knowledge, with videos made as recently as several months ago.

Bail for Robison has been set at $26,000 and authorities are questioning church members searching for more victims.

US Laws Have Legalized Pedophilia With Children As Young as 10 Yrs Old And No One is Stopping It
By Claire Bernish

Girls as young as ten are among more than 200,000 children wed to adults in the United States in just the past 15 years, as — despite minimum requirements a person reach the age of 18, or legal adulthood, nationally — a smattering of locations have preserved loopholes legally permitting child marriage.

Alarmingly, the number of children married away to fully mature adults could be much higher than the already-startling number — ten states provide only fragmentary statistics, or none at all.

And the loopholes don’t exist solely in theory — adults across the U.S. have actively opportuned the law to marry kids — even amid a decline in the number of marriages, overall.

To wit, three 10-year-old girls and an 11-year-old boy were among the hundreds of thousands of children and minors the system somehow permitted adults to lock into marriage — despite their bodies and minds not yet being fully developed.

“At least 207,468 minors married in the US between 2000 and 2015, according to data compiled by Unchained At Last, a group campaigning to abolish child marriage, and investigative documentary series Frontline,” The Independent reports.

Exemptions from the national marriage minimum age of 18 exist for circumstances like pregnancy and parental consent — in every state in the country.

However, record-keeping remains inconsistent across the country, and details regarding the nature of child marriages — if unintended pregnancy made the union tenable, for instance — usually aren’t included.

Indeed, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie — citing conditions such as religious customs — bore the brunt of furious criticism recently for refusing to sign into law restrictions barring children under the age of 18 from tying the knot or entering a civil unions.

“I agree that protecting the wellbeing, dignity, and freedom of minors is vital,” Christie placated an irate populace, upon refusing to codify the law in early May, “but the severe bar this bill creates is not necessary to address the concerns voiced by the bill’s proponents and does not comport with the sensibilities and, in some cases, the religious customs, of the people of this State.”

Unchained At Last Founder and Executive Director Fraidy Reiss — herself, an albeit older victim of forced marriage — told Frontline that, upon first obtaining child marriage statistics for New Jersey, where her organization is based,

“I got that spreadsheet from the state health department, I was literally shaking.”

Data for the state revealed just under 3,500 youth — largely 16- and 17-year-olds — wed adults between 1995 and 2012.

“That number was so much higher than I had thought it would be,” Reiss told the PBS program. “Then, the fact that the children were as young as 13 and the fact that it was mostly girls married to adult men.”

Across the U.S., insufficient data still show the number of marriages involving minors and children dropped by 61 percent in the decade between 2000 and 2010 — but even that figure could be wildly inaccurate without further information readily available.

Lest doubt take root, these figures haven’t been bloated by an excess of youth permitted to marry other youth — fully 86 percent of marriages analyzed with available data involved adults wedding kids under 18.

Frontline reports,

The youngest children to marry were three 10-year-old girls in Tennessee in 2001, who were married to men ages 24, 25 and 31, according to state data. The youngest groom was an 11-year-old boy, also in Tennessee, who married a 27-year-old woman in 2006.

Children as young as 12 were granted marriage licenses in Alaska, Louisiana, South Carolina, and Tennessee. Thirteen-year-olds were given the green light to marry in Alabama, Florida, Idaho, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Washington.”

Around the United States, adults — as old as the 74-year-old Alabama man, whose bride was six decades his junior — ostensibly committed to lifetime relationships with three 10-year-olds, two 11-year-olds, ten 12-year-olds, fifty-one 13-year-olds, and 985 children aged 14.

Of course, individual states’ legal loopholes don’t necessarily jibe with federal mandates pertaining to marriageable age — not to mention the gross breach of social mores and protections for children.

Frontline suggests this odd and astonishing discrepancy — if not outright hypocrisy — leaves cavernous gaps in consistency of law:

Most states set the age of sexual consent between 16 and 18. A person can be charged with sexual abuse or statutory rape for having sex with a minor. Yet, we found numerous examples of children who were given marriage licenses before they could legally consent to sex. These marriages were almost always approved by court clerks and judges.”

Advocates working to close gaping loopholes caution that age cannot necessarily be the primary indicator of a distressing betrothal.

“A large age difference is an automatic red flag, but a small age difference is not an automatic green flag,”attorney Jeanne Smoot, of the Tahirih Justice Center, which works to eradicate all marriages involving minors, told Frontline, adding authorities rarely pursue charges against adults in marriages to kids, as “the same acts that would be statutory rape outside of marriage are made lawful within.”

Most states allowing adults to take a child spouse require the consent of one or both parents, permission from a judge, or some combination thereof — however, there is a rather astonishing footnote to this underbelly of marriage and child love in the United States.

Frontline notes,

In 26 states, there’s no minimum marriage age, according to the Tahirih Justice Center. Children in those states can get married at any age if certain conditions are met.”

This article originally appeared on The Free Thought Project.