Something Is Clearly Going On – Silicon Valley & The Princess Amira…

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Dr. Joseph P. Farrell
January 4, 2017

Many thanks to all of you who communicated your well-wishes to Daniel and me during the Christmas and New Years’ holidays, and our best wishes back to all of you.

That said, 2018 looks like it is shaping up to be more of the same, on steroids. Something is clearly going on, though it is difficult to ascertain precisely what. One story, which I did not blog about last year, was that concerning all the various accusations that came out of this or that person committing some sort of sexual abuse or impropriety. We saw the emergence of a very troubling Jacobin sort of “j’accuse” culture emerging around the world, and particularly in America, where one sitting senator, another senator-want-to-be, a major corporate-controlled media “host” and a noted Hollyweird film producer all accused in efforts to … do what exactly? All that was missing was Robespierre and a Committee for Public Safety and a few guillotines. Something was going on, but it was unclear what, and theories ranged from diabolical plots to oust President Trump, to more esoteric theories that part of the deep state was being purged by yet another part of it, in the ongoing behind-the-scenes Mafia wars that I’ve been hypothesizing might be taking place.

With that in mind, there are two stories that filled my inbox during the holidays. Mr. J.E. sent along this article from the Dhaka Tribune about the allegations of Saudi Princess Amira Bint Aidan bin Nayef:

Saudi Princess’ tell-all includes Bangladeshi children traded as sex slaves

And the sordid stories seemed to have reached out to engulf Silicon Valley, according to a new book to be published later this year, in this article shared by Mr. V.T. from Vanity Fair:

“Oh My God, This Is So F—ed Up”: Inside Silicon Valley’s Secretive, Orgiastic Dark Side

In the case of Princess Amira, former wife to recently arrested Saudi prince Al-Waleed Bin Talal during the Saudi coup and post-Las Vegas shootings shenanigans, the allegations are a bombshell:

Saudi Princess Amira Bint Aidan Bin Nayef went on a rampage against the ruling Saudi regime in her exclusive statements to the French newspaper Le Monde, saying slavery in Saudi Arabia has different forms, but it is done in secrecy and permitted only among the primary beneficiaries of the princes of the House of Saud.

She mentioned one of the most repulsive things: buying and renting the children, especially the orphans, from countries like Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, the Philippines, Djibouti, Somalia, Nigeria, Romania and Bulgaria.

According to Aidan, the ex-wife of the Saudi Prince Al Waleed bin Talal, who was recently arrested in scope of the anti-corruption purges in the country, those who accuse others of corruption and money laundering, are in fact highly corrupted themselves.

Russian online newsportal Fort Russ reports quoting Aden’s interview on Le Monde, the princess said they’ve turned the city of Jeddah into a slave market where underage girls are being exploited for noisy sex parties involving drug and alcohol abuse.

She said that one of the main reasons why this keeps going on is that the members of the Committee for the Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice (Saudi Sharia police) tend to keep away from the matter, fearing they might lose their jobs, should they intervene. (Emphasis added)

Princess Amira’s remarks confirm what I and others have long suspected, namely, that this network of sex slavery and abuse is a global one; after all, one cannot be buying and selling children as sex slaves, from Bulgaria to Bangladesh no less, without some sort of network in place. This significance isn’t so much that it confirms what most people have long suspected the (out)house of Saud to be, but rather, the significance is that the story is getting any major traction at all from a major western media outlet like Le Monde.

Then there’s the Vanity Fair article about Silicon Valley’s “sex orgy” parties:

About once a month, on a Friday or Saturday night, the Silicon Valley Technorati gather for a drug-heavy, sex-heavy party. Sometimes the venue is an epic mansion in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights; sometimes it’s a lavish home in the foothills of Atherton or Hillsborough. On special occasions, the guests will travel north to someone’s château in Napa Valley or to a private beachfront property in Malibu or to a boat off the coast of Ibiza, and the bacchanal will last an entire weekend. The places change, but many of the players and the purpose remain the same.

The stories I’ve been told by nearly two dozen people who have attended these events or have intimate knowledge of them are remarkable in a number of ways. Many participants don’t seem the least bit embarrassed, much less ashamed. On the contrary, they speak proudly about how they’re overturning traditions and paradigms in their private lives, just as they do in the technology world they rule. Like Julian Assange denouncing the nation-state, industry hotshots speak of these activities in a tone that is at once self-congratulatory and dismissive of criticism. Their behavior at these high-end parties is an extension of the progressiveness and open-mindedness—the audacity, if you will—that make founders think they can change the world. And they believe that their entitlement to disrupt doesn’t stop at technology; it extends to society as well. Few participants, however, have been willing to describe these scenes to me without a guarantee of anonymity.

It’s as if the celebrated “ritual orgy scenes” from Stanley Kubrick’s last classic, Eyes Wide Shut, have just been confirmed, at least, to the extent that such things take place, minus the ritual elements, except we do find this brief reference to ritual with an aside comment on the Burning Man “festivals”:

Jennifer Russell, who runs the established Camp Mystic at Burning Man, is more sympathetic. “Men and women are equally drawn to creating a structure that invites their full sexual expression, and events like this are a safe place to dabble,” she says. “It’s way better than a swingers’ club would feel because this is at a home and you are surrounded by people you know.”

Now, I don’t know about you, but this willingness even to talk about such things in major corporate media outlets is a sea-change in my opinion, and it prompts the question: are the stories possibly related, and if so, how?

As one might imagine, I suspect that they are related, and that the backdrop for all of this is the Mafia-like infighting I’ve been occasionally blogging about, plus a much wider geopolitical context. Thus, herewith my high octane speculation of the day: what we’re witnessing is the deliberate exposure of the methods used to create “control-files”, as Catherine Austin Fitts refers to them. We’re witnessing the roll-up of certain networks those files have been used to create and control. In the case of Silicon Valley, this becomes an American national-security issue, given the heavy subsidy of Silicon Valley by the U.S. military-industrial-intelligence complex. In the wrong hands, such “control files” become a national security issue. Or to put it much more crudely, one can hardly be a “shining city on a hill” when in fact most of the “players” are constantly playing in the gutters and sewers. In the case of Saudi child-sex slavery rings, and the global network therein implied, the context puts President Trump’s recent executive order – symbolically issued on the winter solstice no less – freezing the assets of anyone involved in human rights abuses into a very intriguing and possibly geopolitical context. And if that reading is correct, then 2018 is going to be an interesting year.

See you tomorrow, that is to say, on the flip side…

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After 500 DC Kids Go Missing In 2017, Police Advise Kids To “Stay Home” To Avoid Sex Trafficking


Source: FreeThouthProject.com
via: TrueActivist.com
Jay Syrmopoulos
March 29, 2017

Washington, D.C. – After over 500 juveniles were reported missing in D.C. since the beginning of 2017, and a letter signed by several congressional officials requested federal assistance from the Justice Department in investigating the matter, a DC police commander, when asked, “What preventative measures can young people take, specifically so they don’t become a victim of human trafficking?” responded that the best advice for young people was to — “Stay home, it’s as simple as that.

It was during an interview last Wednesday with Chanel Dickerson, the new commander of the D.C. Police Youth and Family Services Division, on the Joe Clair Morning Show, when she was asked about the reasons for the seemingly large increase in missing teens – a sentiment she pushed back against – and what families can do to mitigate the issue when she gave the controversial response.

Joe Clair: What preventative measures can young people take, specifically so they don’t become a victim of human trafficking?

Dickerson: Stay home, it’s as simple as that. If they stay home, it reduces the risk. I’m not saying that’s the fix-all but that’s where we have to start. We have to start small, this is a problem and it’ll take a community effort, but we have to start small.

Community members and celebrities alike displayed disdain towards Dickerson’s advice to “stay home” to avoid the dangers of being a victim of human trafficking.

Rapper Wale took to twitter to give the D.C. police some advice, suggesting that perhaps rather than telling people to “stay home” – they should “come up with a plan.”

Although DC police have claimed there was no uptick in the total of missing girls, and blamed the increased awareness of the missing teens on a broader social media campaign, community members still felt inclined to draw more attention to the issue — starting their own search committees, according to CBS report.

“We’ve just been posting them on social media more often,” said Metropolitan Police spokeswoman Rachel Reid. A quick look at the Twitter profile for the DC police department reveals it to be quite literally riddled with images of missing young black and latino girls. In spite of the officials’ concern and the posts on Twitter, police are assuring the public that there is nothing out of the ordinary.

Yet, despite DC police working to calm public uproar over the growing number of missing girls, and attesting to the seriousness of the missing youth issue, a letter obtained by the Associated Press, and signed by Congressional Black Caucus Chairman Cedric Richmond (D-La) and Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, who represents D.C. in Congress, asked FBI Director James Comey and Attorney General Jeff Sessions to “devote the resources necessary to determine whether these developments are an anomaly or whether they are indicative of an underlying trend that must be addressed.”

“Ten children of color went missing in our nation’s capital in a period of two weeks and at first garnered very little media attention. That’s deeply disturbing,” Richmond’s letter said.

As the AP reports, the District of Columbia logged 501 cases of missing juveniles, many of them black or Latino, in the first three months of this year, according to the Metropolitan Police Department, the city’s police force. Twenty-two were unsolved as of March 22, police said.

Although Dickerson attempts to dispel talk of these girls being kidnapped and sold into slavery by human traffickers, notice how she denotes “in large numbers” as a qualifier, meaning she didn’t rule out the fact that there are human traffickers in the area preying on young girls.

“We have no indication to believe that young girls in the District are being preyed upon by human traffickers in large numbers, said police commander Chanel Dickerson, leader of the Youth and Family Services division, according to NBC News 4.

“Whether these recent disappearances are an anomaly or signals of underlying trends, it is essential that the Department of Justice and the FBI use all of the tools at their disposal to help local officials investigate these events, and return these children to their parents as soon as possible,” Congressman Richmond said.

As the Free Thought Project pointed out on several occasions, some of these traffickers have already been caught in D.C. — and some of them have been cops.

Linwood Barnhill Jr., a veteran of the D.C. Police Department, was exposed by the Free Thought Project for running a child sex ring out of his house.

In 2014, in an early morning search warrant issued for his Southeast D.C. apartment found a 15-year-old girl who had previously been reported missing by her parents.

When police rescued the girl she told officers that she had met six other girls inside the Southeast D.C. apartment who told her they were also being prostituted, including with ads posted on backpage.com. Barnhill also took naked photos of the girls, purportedly for use in advertisements for sex.

Marijuana, condoms and a large mirror were also seized from the apartment; law enforcement officials say that the seized mirror had the names of other females who were being trafficked written on it.

Around that same time, another cop in the area was also exposed and arrested for trafficking teens. Lamin Manneh, 32, of Baltimore, pleaded guilty to traveling across state lines and using a telephone and internet to operate a prostitution business using two teens he prostituted out over 300 times.

Some, such as former congresswoman Cynthia McKinney, suggest the implications of digging into human trafficking go far deeper than a few DC cops, and will hit at the core of both the Democrats and Republican political parties.

A Perspective On Ambassador Churkin’s Death From Sputnik…

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Dr. Joseph P. Farrell Ph.D.
February 25, 2017

Last Thursday during my News and Views from the Nefarium I pointed out that others are beginning to pick up on the “pattern” that seems to be emerging with the deaths of highly placed Russian officials or ambassadors. I suggested that we were looking at a full scale “mafia” war taking place, with one “family” taking out the “soldiers”, in this case, diplomats and other highly placed officials, of the other. Citing an article of Adam Garrie that appeared on the website Global Research, I pointed out that this site, while not officially tied to the Russian government nor any of its media organs, does take a more or less consistent pro-Russian point of view. Because it appeared on such a site, I suggested that if Russia suspected a pattern to these deaths, it would signal this via its official organs, and that, if the activity continued, a response would eventually be made.

As I’ve said on many occasions, two can play the covert operations game. I suggested, however, that this response would come in the form of highlighting western covert operations activities.

Well… no sooner said than done, for in this week’s pile of emails, I found the following stories shared by Mr. D.S.M. First, there was a short message of condolences to Mr. Churkin’s family and to the Russian government from President Trump:

Trump Administration Issues Statement On Death Of Russia’s UN Ambassador

However, a much more thought-provoking article appeared in Russia’s Sputnik online magazine, indicating that Mr. Churkin had apparently, as early as 2015, been involved in the investigation of – sit down for this one – human organ trafficking rings in Kosovo:

Russian UN Envoy Slams Delays in Kosovo Organ Trafficking Investigation

I cite almost the entirety of the Sputnik article:

MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Last month, the West urged Kosovo to create a court to look into the matter after the allegations of organ harvesting were first mentioned in a 2010 report to the Council of Europe.

According to the document, perpetrators killed Serb captives to remove and sell their organs during the war.

“There have been delays in establishing the Special Court to investigate the crime carried out by the KLA including the trade in human organs,” Churkin said.

Now it does not take much “high octane speculation” nor “high octane imagination” to see how this connection might spill over into a whole range of connections to similar brewing and simmering scandals in the news, such as child trafficking, Pizzagate, sex trafficking, human trafficking, organ harvesting, abortion mills… you name it. If indeed Mr. Churkin was mentioning such things in 2015, then it was with the knowledge and perhaps even the instruction of the Russian government itself. This implies, in its turn, that the Russian government was investigating such things on an international scale.

If this “reading between the lines” is correct, then Russia was sending messages via its principal ambassador to the world’s principal international body, the U.N., and doing so prior to the current scandals concerning such things that have emerged in the American, Canadian, British, and other western press. One is thus tempted to view Churkin’s death with an even more jaundiced eye, and to suspect that perhaps his untimely death was engineered as a warning by those parties conducting such activities for the Russians to “back off,” which, of course, I highly doubt they will do.

Within this context, it is perhaps significant that one of the Presidential Executive Orders which was issued by President Trump shortly after the confirmation of Mr. Sessions to the post of Attorney General, explicitly mentions international human trafficking in its main text:

Presidential Executive Order on Enforcing Federal Law with Respect to Transnational Criminal Organizations and Preventing International Trafficking

Interestingly enough, as all of this is occurring, many members sent me the following story in which it appears the Russian government is officially getting into the “infowars” game, and specifically labeling various articles in the Western press as “Fake News”:

Examples of publications, retranslating false information about Russia

As the reader will have noted, this is the official website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation. Surprisingly, the following article links to a Santa Monica Observer article which the Russian website says is “Fake News”:

Vitaly Churkin is 5th Suspicious Death of Russian Diplomat in 3 months

However, one wonders exactly why the Russian government has so labeled the article: is it because it raises the question of the pattern of deaths of high Russian officials? Or is it because of something else? Personally, I find this suspicious, because as I pointed out in last Thursday’s News and Views from the Nefarium, the same pattern was discussed on the Global Research website, which, again, while not being an official media organ of the Russian government, does have a consistent pro-Russian point of view. All one is told on the Foreign Ministry website is that the Santa Monica Observer article “puts forward information that does not correspond to reality.” One is left to guess what this information is, according to the Foreign Ministry.

I suspect, however, that here as elsewhere, one must parse the statement carefully: “information” would imply that there are details within the article that the Russian government disputes. But perhaps what is not being disputed is the overall pattern itself.

Whatever one may suspect here, three things seem clear: (1) Churkin appeared to be familiar with Russian government investigations of human trafficking organizations and, as a diplomat, would have had the sanction of his government to raise the issue in the context of Kosovo; (2) the people running such organizations would therefore have a motive to remove him; and (3) the Trump administration itself, per its executive order, has explicitly stated that such organizations exist and that said organizations are international in extent and organization. In this context, it would seem that the Russian government, in qualifying the Churkin article as “Fake News” and stating that it contains “information” not corresponding to “reality” might be referring to the tangential details concerning Churkin’s love life and the places and circumstances of his death. For the moment, we don’t know. But for the moment, there is I would aver a larger context from which the event might be viewed, and that is the whole emerging issue of human trafficking and the international organizations conducting it.

See you on the flip side…

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About Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and “strange stuff”. His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into “alternative history and science”.

15,000 Cases of Arizona Child Porn: Huge Child Sex Trafficking Ring in Arizona Ahead of Superbowl

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Source: HealthImpactNews.com
January 31, 2017

Thank you Representative Boyer for exposing these horrible crimes in Arizona.

Our question to you: how many of these children are in your state’s foster care system? Would this be happening at this scale if children were not being taken away from their biological parents at such a high rate in the State of Arizona?

by Paul Boyer
The Arizona Republic

Excerpts:

Investigators say child-pornography victims are getting younger, and the abuse is becoming more violent.

In Arizona, we know of 15,000 IP addresses (the Internet Protocol labels assigned to each computer device) belonging to people who own computers, cellphones and other electronic devices trading and downloading child porn.

A significant number of these videos and images consist of infants and young children being raped, tortured and sexually abused. Some of even include “how to” instructions on how a grown man can rape a 3-year-old and groom him or her for years of abuse.

Every one of these pictures and videos is a crime scene. But the vast majority of these leads will never be investigated, and most of these victims will not be rescued.

Paul Boyer serves Legislative District 20 (Phoenix and Glendale) in the Arizona House of Representatives.

Read the Full Article here.

Underage girls most at risk of being sex trafficked at Super Bowl events

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by Robert Tilford
Ground Report

Efforts underway to combat human sex trafficking in Arizona ahead of the Super bowl in Glendale  in 2015 are heating up because the sports event is one of the largest drivers of the sex-trade industry.

Unfortunately there hasn’t been much media attention on this issue, who seem more concerned over underinflated footballs than human trafficking victims.

The Super Bowl is an annual football game which is among the most-watched sports events in the world and draws tens of thousands of people to its host city. State attorneys generals in Texas and Indiana, where recent Super Bowls were held, and other experts, have said the event creates an ideal setting for traffickers because they easily can go unnoticed in the influx of people.

Over 400,000 men from all over the country, including small town and major cities are expected to attend the Super bowl event this year. They will all converge in Glendale and Phoenix during the event. The men who engage in such activities by the way are not your stereotypical male sex predators – they are your next door neighbors, fathers, husbands. Many hold positions of respect and responsibility within their communities back home, they represent all demographic types including school teachers, doctors, lawyers, coaches, paraprofessionals and executives of major corporations representing the fortune 500 top companies in America.

Trafficking is not just an issue that happens to people in other countries. The United States is a main source and transit country, and is also considered one of the top destination points for victims of child trafficking and exploitation. Cases of human trafficking have been reported in all 50 U.S. States; anyone can be trafficked regardless of race, class, education, gender, age, or citizenship when forcefully coerced or enticed by false promises.

Human trafficking is a gross violation of human rights.  It is the illegal trade in human…

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Arrests In US Of Sex Trafficking Ring Leaders

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Dr. Joseph P. Farrell
October 18, 2016

Over the years I’ve occasionally blogged, or talked about during interviews, the curious cases that have emerged from time to time about child sex rings and human trafficking- slavery – rings. we’ve seen a variety of seemingly disconnected stories in this regard, beginning with the infamous Franklin scandal from the late 1980s and early 1990s, how that scandal went all the way into the very highest echelons of politics, to the Saville scandal in the United Kingdom, a scandal implicating the government of the late Edward Heath, and more recently the Pennsylvania State scandal. Along the way, there were other lesser-known incidents, the Finders’ group, researched by former and now late FBI special agent Ted Gunderson, and so on. And of course, percolating and swirling in the background were numerous stories about child sex abuse and pedophilia in the Roman Catholic Church, and occasionally, other churches.

I’ve occasionally indicated that I believe these incidents are really the isolated tips of an iceberg that in fact is one connected entity beneath the surface, and that this activity is possibly connected to other types of equally execrable activities as well. But there so far seems to have been little in the public domain to confirm these suspicions.

But this story was sent by Mr. T.M., and I suspect it has some hidden implications, which we’ll explore in a moment in our high octane speculation of the day. For the moment, however, here is the story:

Arrests in Thailand-US sex trafficking ring

One gets a measure of the extent of the organization behind such activity, and of the truly tragic and execrable treatment of the victims swept up into it, with these paragraphs from the beginning of the article:

About a dozen people were arrested in cities across the U.S. on Tuesday for running what authorities called a sophisticated sex trafficking operation in which hundreds of women were brought from Thailand to America under fraudulent visas and forced to work as prostitutes to pay off tens of thousands of dollars in bondage debts.

The women — including one who was forced to have sex with strangers for 12 hours a day, six or seven days a week— were not allowed to move about freely and were “effectively modern day sex slaves,” according to a redacted indictment unsealed Tuesday.

The arrests, along with the recent arrest of the organization’s boss in Belgium, will effectively dismantle the operation, said Alex Khu, special agent in charge of Homeland Security Investigations in Minneapolis.

“We feel pretty confident that based on the number of important-position folks we are taking down, we’ll really hurt this organization,” he said in an interview with The Associated Press in advance of an official announcement about the arrests. “It will take down this ring.”

Tuesday’s indictment charges 17 people with various counts, including conspiracy to commit sex trafficking, conspiracy to commit forced labour , conspiracy to engage in money laundering and conspiracy to commit visa fraud. About a dozen people were arrested in the Minneapolis area, Chicago, Atlanta and Los Angeles.

Khu said his office began investigating a sex trafficking case in the Twin Cities in January 2014 and discovered it was part of an international ring and “a very sophisticated, complex network operating throughout the United States … where women are really placed on a circuit, travelling from one city to the next.”

According to the indictment, since 2009, hundreds of women were brought from Bangkok, Thailand, to several U.S. cities, including Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Minneapolis, Washington and Dallas. The women were from poor backgrounds, spoke little English and were lured with promises of a better life.

The operation’s bosses or traffickers in Thailand entered the women into a bondage debt “contract” in exchange for a visa and travel to the U.S. As part of the contract, the women would owe a debt ranging from $40,000 to $60,000 and would be “owned” by the organization until that debt was repaid.

While the Department of Homeland Security is hardly one of my favorite departments of the government, one can only give them kuddos for putting an end to this horrendous organization. Hopefully, the unfortunate women who were so brutalized and victimized will be given some sort of medical review and assistance.

What I want to concentrate on here, however, are my usual high octane speculations, or perhaps in this case it is better to qualify them as horrifying speculations. There are a number of things to note from the Yahoo article:

(1) The organization was genuinely international in extent, from Belgium, to Thailand, and the USA, and the USA component was spread across the country;

(2) a number of people were in “important positions,” and presumably this means in government, for in order to make such a scheme work, penetration into various government agencies would be essential;

(3) the organization obtained fraudulent visas, which again implies not only penetration into government agencies, but access to, or acquisition of, the proper forms and specialized paper on which such forms are printed, in other words, it implies a sophisticated ability to forge official documents;

(4) such “important positions” would also comprise compromised agents at ports of entry to the USA, where…

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About Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and “strange stuff”. His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into “alternative history and science”.