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Political pedophilia has been discussed in certain circles for a while now but owing to the internet it’s now something that everyone is becoming aware of. The death of BBC presenter and serial sex offender, Jimmy Savile, prompted hundreds of abuse victims to speak out.

Now with the publishing of serial offender Jeffrey Epstein’s ‘little black book’ on the internet and his connections to royalty and various other high-ranking officials, the picture is becoming clearer. The new video podcast, Political Pedophilia: An Open Source Investigation (available on YouTube), takes a well-thought-out approach to this. Ending with a warning about ‘witch-hunts’, the presenter wants to make sure we look at direct evidence and not be distracted by hysteria and disinformation.

He interviews Dr Tjeer Andringa of the University of Groningen, who has coined a new word, ‘kakistocracy’, meaning ‘rule by the worst’. He has some wise things to say about what we can do about it and how we should do it.

I hope this information gets to as many people as possible. It will change the way you see the world but for the better.

If you don’t have access to a decent internet connection I am happy to send a free DVD copy via mail, if you promise to share it with your friends. I can be reached at [email protected] Thanks for helping in this effort.

Sam Harris, Goonellabah

 


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  1. Political pedophilia has been disgusting in gusts in uncertain circles but owing to humans we now have to blab about nothing in particular when it is ANZAC Day and the supreme atrocity is the killing when the bloody British told the Aussies to go over the top of the trenches and die. They did. They died for the Brits.

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