Pedophilia in high places is hard to prosecute
May 06, 2017
There are very extensive pedophilia organizations catering to the rich and powerful—and even to church officials—around the world. But it is very difficult to prosecute these people when they get caught into their crimes, because they are too powerful, and there are simply too many of them. They control the justice department and the police departments either through threats or bribery.
This perversion of justice is also supported by the fact that most people cannot conceive of such evil existing in their own government. But in the end, nothing will remain hidden. It may be a good idea to prepare yourself psychologically and spiritually for the coming shock wave.
This is just the tip of the iceberg.
"What you have to understand, John, is that sometimes there are forces and events too big, too powerful, with so much at stake for other people or institutions, that you cannot do anything about them, no matter how evil or wrong they are and no matter how dedicated or sincere you are or how much evidence you have. This is simply one of the hard facts of life you have to face."
-- Former CIA director and Cercle member William Colby giving advice to his friend senator John DeCamp, urging to quit his investigations into the Franklin child abuse affair and to write a book about his experiences (The Franklin Coverup, 2nd edition, foreword).