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  • Written by  Ivan Šokić
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Ivan Šokić Ivan Šokić

It was another of the many press conferences at the White House. Journalists were asking questions trying to extract from the answers of the US President Donald Trump that short striking section that could be used for a 24-hour cycle of constant attacks on him. At this point, Trump was routinely answering questions without leaving any room for ambiguity or distortion of what he said. Not that the central-hostile-to-Trump media would not be doing that already, but it would really serve no purpose if Trump handed them everything on a silver platter.

 

Then a question was asked that instantly popularised the previously only smouldering “conspiracy theory”. Q, Wherever one goes, we all go. WWG1WGA (where we go one we go all), The message of hope that Trump is out of the public eye, fighting a paedophilic cabal has become real because of a one journalistic question. “QAnon believes you are secretly saving the world from the cult of pedophiles and cannibals. Do you agree with that?" the journalist asked in the accusing tone. Trump's response? “Is that supposed to be a bad thing? It's basically true. We are saving the world. "

We will probably never know how much of this is true and how much is a figment of the human imagination, In fact, it does not even matter. Results and consequences are important. And Trump's words about fighting pedophiles and cannibals upset only those guilty of these abominations.

Barely a week has passed since we were able to read in few places online that the Federal Sheriff’s Office broke up a pedophile network in Georgia rescuing 39 missing children between the ages of 3 and 17, that were victims of pedophilia and human and organ trafficking. The mainstream media was too busy with reports on 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse, who killed two attackers and wounded a third one in self-defence. Among the dead was convicted pedophile Joseph Rosenbaum, who raped and sexually abused five boys between the ages of 9 and 11. The example, image, and opportunity of the average Antifa follower.

But federal sheriffs, who are subject only to the U.S. Department of Justice, were just getting off to a good start. In the following weeks, more such successful operations followed, however, none was mentioned in the mainstream media.

A trailer for Netflix’s French film “Cuties” (descriptive translation: Lovely Things) opened the eyes of the public to the normalisation of pedophilia in today’s world. A film showing 11-year-old girls posing in almost no clothing in sexualised poses and squirming while the camera focuses on their intimate areas has crossed all the lines. Critics were thrilled. Whether that was because they are getting paid for or because they themselves are part of the pedophile rabble, remains unknown. The public was outraged, but Netflix insisted it was a story that empowers girls to find their true selves. Netflix is now facing a multibillion-dollar loss.

The fact that the world of the influential and powerful is a pedophile litter of perverts is well known to everyone at this point. From billionaire Jeffrey Epstein, who recently committed suicide, his Madame Ghislaine Maxwell and Britain’s Prince Andrew to the most recognisable franchises and acting names in Hollywood. From Star Wars to Harry Potter, from Disney to Netflix. From Woody Allen to Bryan Singer. From Kevin Spacey to John Podesta, who was in his emails looking forward to the next “cooking of ghosts” with Marina Abramović. It’s all just a performance, the blind will say, it’s all just a conspiracy theory, those involved will argue. Conspiracy theory has become a term used to discredit those who speak the truth. If Wikileaks were to publish things that came to light a decade ago today, mainstream media would not label Julian Assange a whistleblower, but a conspiracy theorist.

Evil lurks on children from all sides. Our job is to protect them from the monsters. Poland proposed to Slovenia the creation of a new international convention that would protect the family without any ideological overtones. For some reason, this upset the leftists. The protection of the rights of the family and its members, the fight against domestic violence, the protection of children against moral depravity and the strengthening of international cooperation in the field of preventing violence against women is for the Slovenian leftists the same as support for the violence against women. I wonder why?

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