The reasons for publishing the two are slightly different,
The reason for reporting that the prisoners at Guantanamo are being tortured to death is to push the reading public to demand that Guantanamo be shut down. Given that 9/11 was actually a black operation of rogue elements of several governments, the prisoners being held at Guantanamo likely had very little if anything to do with that event.
That means that the American government and military are holding probably-innocent civilians whom they continue to torture and abuse. Some are dying. These people have few to speak for them and probably hope against hope that the world does not forget them.
This situation is for me, at least, intolerable and must stop. It will not stop unless the situation is publicized. If reading an article like this offends you, simply pass on and read another. But the notion that we stop publicizing war crimes and crimes against humanity is not something I could do and look the man in the mirror in the face. I apologize to those who are offended.
Publicizing the sexual misconduct of a member of Congress is a part of both demanding and recording accountability. Accountability is itself an integral part of the shift from a corrupt way of life to a wholesome one. It may be known to only a few readers how residents of Boystown were obliged for years to serve as prostitutes for members of Congress, their protests hushed up, and some of them jailed for speaking out.
The wild sexual parties that have been thrown for members of Congress which are part of the scandal called “Sexgate” have still not erupted into the public consciousness but they must and will some day also be exposed.
Sex is often used to blackmail members of Congress here in the United States as in other countries. Misconduct among members of Congress occurs rather more frequently than most of us probably care to admit.
Finally the Illuminati use sex as an integral part of their operations and I hesitate to go into that in any detail. Perhaps I can leave it at the fact that they are responsible for snuff flicks, sexually-framed sacrifices, and numerous other unspeakable acts, which must sooner or later be exposed to the light of day, though I would hate to be the one to do it.
These matters are regrettable and not easy to confront but they are part and parcel of the general cleanup of our society that will be occurring which goes under the name of “Accountability.”
No one will be happier than I when it is no longer necessary to use one’s pen to demand an end to torture and murder, sexual exploitation and blackmail. Unfortunately we may not be there yet.
In the meantime we apologize for any discomfort we cause readers. Nonetheless if our efforts hasten the ending of things like sexual slavery, the torture of innocent people, and the other ills that so plague us today, I will feel that a price in discomfort may have been worth it.