I’m not sure how many days I’ve spent reading stories of pedophilia among the top ranks of British and American society, politics, government, police, and intelligence services, following Prince Andrew’s BBC interview.
While it isn’t our mission to report it, (1) while it is our mission to build the alternative to what exists today, that isn’t to say that I’m unaware of what is and has been going on.
When its full extent is exposed, I think there’s going to be a wave of revulsion across the two countries that will reach into all levels of society and extend back through recent and perhaps distant history.
Dismissing Pizzagate as “fake news,” using the police and intelligence agencies to close down investigative journalism, and assassinating key witnesses will not stop the abhorrence people will feel then and the regret by many that so few people paid attention to the stories that emerged.
UN peacekeepers, schools, hospitals, Hollywood, royals, American presidents, senators, and representatives – on and on the list goes of alleged perpetrators and enablers.
What have we allowed our societies to become? I feel heavy-hearted contemplating the misery brought on so many young people who’ve fallen victim to these rings, which go far, far beyond just Jeffrey Epstein.
I look at it and find it hard to think of building an alternative new society with so much tragedy being enacted around us every day.
I want you to know that, even though it isn’t my and GAoG’s chosen mission to expose and battle pedophilia, (2) I’m painfully aware of it.
(1) See “On Malware and the Redirection of the Blog,”
(2) It is part of our work to put forward a date for its end and it will be part of the work of the Michaelangelo Fund to finance groups who are going down into the trenches to fight pedophilia.