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The social elite consists of roughly; the leaders of select NGOs (such as NCMEC), the agents of the court (such as judges and prosecutors), the politicians, the notable agents of the media (such as editors for popular publications), the law enforcement community, select members of the research community, an assortment of high paid positions related to prisons (treatment specialists and so on), and the actuators of significant industries (such as Big Alcohol and so forth). The social elite are, as they have been, conspiring together to incite large scale panics in society. They incite panics to use as facades to obfuscate the mass slave trafficking racket they've constructed toward power and profit. The social elite are the enemies of all people in the world. They act entirely selfishly, with callous disregard for larger society. Although objectively wicked, the common conception of the social elite is that they are the protectors of society. This illusion was crafted by the propagandists of the social elite, and promulgated through their vast apparatus of mass indoctrination.

Objectively speaking, the social elite are sociopathic slave traffickers. The harm inflicted onto society by the slave trafficking racket is among the worst in history. The slave trafficking racket is not, in fact, a singular thing, but rather is a collection of malignant industries operated and staffed by the social elite. Although the slave trafficking racket is heterogeneously composed, its constituent industries are highly analogous due to being built on the same general framework. Concisely put, the social elite operate as an infestation of behavior modifying parasites:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Behavior- ... parasitoid

Some parasites and parasitoids cause changes in the behavior of their hosts by directly affecting the hosts' decision-making and behavior control mechanisms. The acquired or modified behaviors assist in parasite transmission, and often result in the host's demise.


Every constituent industry of the slave trafficking racket is fundamentally fueled by mass panic. The social elite use their sprawling apparatus of mass indoctrination, including both the media and the public school system, in order to incite and maintain the mass panics that fuel their industries.

https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/wi ... ublic-fear

The criminological concept known as moral panic offers valuable insights into how and why powerful social agents such as the news media and the police deliberately create public concern or fear of an individual or group.


The social elite use stereotyped news presentations toward inciting panics. The primary journalistic tone they use to incite panics has been characterized as 'melodramatic':

http://bjc.oxfordjournals.org/content/5 ... 5.abstract

Abstract

This paper argues that a narrative lens is conducive toward a renewed understanding of moral panic. It is proposed that a melodramatic narrative frame that is central to the construction of news stories about crime is significant for conceptualizing what moral panics are and how they work. The paper will propose that moral panics can be seen as enacted melodramas, where the traditional boundaries between newsmakers, interest groups and ‘the public’ are temporarily dismantled and where everyday citizens experience the role of the suffering victim. This understanding provides insight toward appreciating why only some issues develop into moral panic in particular spaces and times and offers a new framework with which to approach the study of panic.


http://www.dictionary.com/browse/melodrama

1. a dramatic form that does not observe the laws of cause and effect and that exaggerates emotion and emphasizes plot or action at the expense of characterization.


It should be noted that melodramatic soap operas have, (presumably) unintentionally, triggered a related phenomenon called 'mass hysteria':

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morangos_ ... Acar_Virus

The Morangos com Açúcar Virus (also known as the Soap Opera Virus) was initiated by an episode of the popular Portuguese teen soap opera entitled "Morangos com Açúcar" in which a terrible disease was introduced to the school attended by the characters in the series. The television show, which first premiered in March 2004, follows the stories of a group of "normal" teenage kids and the dramaticized ups and downs that they encounter in their daily lives, much like the Canadian drama series "Degrassi." Only a few days after the episode aired, a few teens began to develop symptoms similar to those depicted on the show. These symptoms included rashes, breathing troubles, and severe dizziness. Before long, the "disease" had spread to more than 300 high school students in 14 different Portuguese schools. Some schools were actually forced to temporarily close because of the severity of the outbreak. However, the Portuguese National Institute for Medical Emergency brushed the epidemic off, calling it a case of mass hysteria. Doctor Nelson Pereira, the director of the PNIME, said, "What we concretely have is a few children with allergies and apparently a phenomenon of many other children imitating." Another doctor, Mario Almeidi, pronounced his disbelief in the disease, saying "I know of no disease which is so selective that it only attacks school children."


The original 'item' on which they report varies, a popular initial object is a pseudoscientific publication produced by a paid off charlatan. Oftentimes, their original reporting is on a fabricated current affair. In the case of the 'crack baby' panic, which was an advertisement for 'the war on drugs' (a constituent of the slave trafficking racket), they went the pseudoscience publication route:

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/05/20/boomi ... s-not.html

This week’s Retro Report video on “crack babies” (infants born to addicted mothers)
lays out how limited scientific studies in the 1980s led to predictions that a generation
of children would be damaged for life. Those predictions turned out to be wrong.
This supposed epidemic — one television reporter talks of a 500 percent increase in
damaged babies — was kicked off by a study of just 23 infants that the lead researcher
now says was blown out of proportion. And the shocking symptoms — like tremors and
low birth weight — are not particular to cocaine-exposed babies, pediatric researchers
say; they can be seen in many premature newborns.


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They are masters of all forms of manipulation, the cover of Time Magazine put forth a melodramatic (emphasized emotion) picture of an 'identifiable victim':

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Identifia ... tim_effect

The "identifiable victim effect" refers to the tendency of individuals to offer greater aid when a specific, identifiable person ("victim") is observed under hardship, as compared to a large, vaguely defined group with the same need.[1] The effect is also observed when subjects administer punishment rather than reward. Research has shown that individuals can be more likely to mete out punishment, even at their own expense, when they are punishing specific, identifiable individuals ("perpetrators").[2]

Concrete images and representations are often more powerful sources of persuasion than are abstract statistics.[3] For example, Ryan White contracted HIV at age 13 and struggled with the disease until succumbing some six years later. Following his death, the US congress passed the Ryan White Care Act, which funded the largest set of services for people living with the AIDS in the country.[4]

The effect is epitomized by the phrase (commonly attributed to Joseph Stalin), "A single death is a tragedy; a million deaths is a statistic."[5]


Stalin's quote is particularly pertinent to this subject, as will be covered later on. An example of a fabricated current affair was the 'Multi Billion Dollar CP Industry' panic, which was an advertisement for 'the sex hysteria', another constituent of the slave trafficking racket:

http://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/143067/ ... -handrahan

Half of all child porn now originates in America. The profits are massive. Estimated porn profits in 2006 exceed combined revenues of Microsoft, Google, Amazon, eBay, Yahoo, Apple, Netflix and EarthLink ranging from $3-$20 billion annually.



http://libertus.net/censor/resources/st ... s20billion

"child pornography is a $20 billion industry worldwide"

This out-of-date/discredited $20 billion 'statistic' was given new life in March
2008 when it appeared in Australian media reports as a result of a joint media
release between the Australian Federal Police and Microsoft. The statistic was
disowned in April 2006 by the organisations to which it had been, and still is
being, attributed (i.e. the FBI and Unicef).



http://libertus.net/censor/resources/st ... html#s3bfg

"child pornography is one of the fastest growing online businesses generating
approximately $US3 billion ($3.43 billion) each year"

This '$US3 billion' figure has no credibility and even if it was factual as at
January 2008, (when it appeared in an opinion article by Bernadette McMenamin,
CEO of Child Wise/ ECPAT in Australia, with citing a source), then it could be
regarded as 'good news' because it would mean (based on previously promulgated
'statistics') that there had been no increase at all in the five years to 2008,
therefore 'child pornography' could not be "one of the fastest growing online
businesses".


Concomitant with the active media promulgated panic incitation, the social elite construct associated religious literaure and belief systems, which they disseminate via the public schools as well as other channels.

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Is an example of one of their innumerable pieces of religious literature, analogous to:

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Likewise, they will fabricate various pieces of pertinent pseudoscientific academic literature:

https://erowid.org/chemicals/lsd/lsd_health4.shtml

In the collection is a copy of one of the key articles that helped end the hysteria that was taking place in peer reviewed journals and the media. The authors conclude that:

"From our own work and from a review of the literature, we believe that pure LSD ingested in moderate doses does not damage chromosomes in vivo, does not cause detectable genetic damage, and is not a teratogen or a carcinogen in man. Within these bounds, therefore, we suggest that, other than during pregnancy, there is no present contraindication to the continued controlled experimental use of pure LSD."3

The progression of this issue and its related articles is a perfect example of how dozens of journal references supporting one position may still be wrong. In many cases, only time and the evolution of knowledge can sort it out.


The collation of which is analogous to:

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The religion of the slave traffickers is taxonomically somewhere between scientology and the anti vaccination movement. Like the anti vaccination movement, much of their scripture consists of academically formatted literature with veneers of legitimate scientific publications. However, they also have numerous folk tales, and create more of a themed world, deviating them somewhat more so toward scientology. However, they are primarily best thought of in terms of the anti vaccination movement, characteristics of which permeate them. For example, they mutate both their hypotheses and folk lore toward evidence resistance. Even the essential ideological underpinning of their religion is equivalent to that of the anti vaccination movement.

content.ucpress.edu/chapters/11128.ch01.pdf

“Moral panic” can be defined broadly as any mass movement that emerges in response to a false, exaggerated, or ill-defined moral threat to society and proposes to address this threat through punitive measures: tougher enforcement, “zero tolerance,” new laws, communal vigilance, violent purges.


Indeed, a foundational ideological tenet of the anti vaccination movement is 'zero tolerance'. They are 'zero tolerance' for preventable childhood injuries, and consequently reject vaccinations due to the infinitesimal risk of vaccine injuries. Although vaccines are excellent preventative harm reduction measures, the anti vaccination movement illogically rejects them due to the serious harm they cause to a very small number of children, despite the fact that orders of magnitude more children would be harmed without them. It should be noted that this is despite no viable alternative offered by the anti vaccination movement. In essence, they believe that any solution must be perfect. Imperfect but highly functional solutions are rejected due to their zero tolerance ideology, even without a feasible alternative solution.

Of course, 'zero tolerance' is essentially a slogan of the 'war on drugs'. In essence, they will accept no solution that intrinsically accepts some degree of harm from drugs. As it is impossible to prevent all drug harms without blanket abstinence, they are ideologically opposed to any use of recreational drugs, and consequently support drug prohibition. They've neglected cognizance of the axiomatic nature of drug use in spite of prohibitions against it. Due to rejecting all solutions that intrinsically accept a degree of harm from drugs, they reject all harm reduction strategies as imperfect and consequently unacceptable. In practice, their position results in drug use being substantially more harmful, and there is no feasibility to their goal of 'winning' the war on drugs, rather it will be fought indefinitely, wreaking havoc on society the entire time.


http://www.independent.org/newsroom/new ... ?newsID=35

The link between the homicide rate and the amount of resources given to drug prohibition. A study of sample precincts in New York City, for example, found that three-quarters of drug-related homicides resulted from drug-trade disputes. Eliminating drug prohibition would probably reduce homicide in the United States by 25 to 75 percent.


https://www.drugpolicy.org/sites/defaul ... Report.pdf

According to data released by the city of Denver,
violent crime and property crime in Denver
decreased in 2014. Violent crime in Denver went
down by 2.2% in the first 11 months of 2014,
compared with the first 11 months of 2013. In the
same period, burglaries in Denver decreased by
9.5% and overall property crime decreased by
8.9%.


https://www.drugpolicy.org/sites/defaul ... eb2015.pdf

Reduced incidence of HIV/AIDS. The number of new HIV and AIDS diagnoses have fallen
considerably. Between 2000 and 2013, new HIV cases among people who use drugs declined from
1,575 to 78. The number of new AIDS cases declined from 626 to 74.


https://mic.com/articles/120403/14-year ... has-worked

Data from the European Monitoring Center for Drugs and Drug Addiction, reported recently by the Washington Post, does just that. According to the center's 2015 report, Portugal has the second-lowest drug overdose rate of every European country measured in the report. Finding Portugal in the chart below will require a bit of scrolling:


http://usuncut.com/world/portugal-war-on-drugs/

By systematically moving to decriminalize all drugs, from marijuana to heroin, Portugal has successfully reduced their addiction rate by roughly 50 percent. In Portugal, addiction is seen not as a crime to punish, but as a public health crisis that should be addressed holistically.


As previously noted, the religion of the slave traffickers includes a varied set of folk lore, superstitions, and so forth. There is no standardization to their canon, nor is there centralized collation into a set of authoritative books. Rather, items are canonical by virtue of association, and they're decentralized over a wide variety of sources as well as oral tradition. In general, two tellings of the same folk story will be sligtly to moderately different, but with the same general theme and narrative. Mutational drift occurs over time, both spontaneously and reactively in response to evidence against the veracity of a previous wording. One example of a canonical myth involves an ongoing battle against the mythological multi billion dollar CP industry (see previous citations on the origins of this mythological entity):

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mary-l-pu ... 94430.html

Child pornography is one of the fastest growing businesses online, with estimated annual revenue of $3 billion.


http://womensenews.org/2005/12/child-po ... ction-web/

$3 Billion in Annual Sales

Allen says that global sales of illegal pornography that exploits children--including those under 4 years old--are about $3 billion a year.


http://www.wtok.com/news/headlines/2470381.html

Child pornography is among the fastest growing businesses on the Internet, a $20 billion per year enterprise.


http://www.eastvalleytribune.com/local/ ... 03286.html

commercial child porn is a $20 billion a year industry -- a figure cited in a 2006 congressional hearing


http://www.alternet.org/media/digital-p ... s-among-us

Booming Cross-Border Business

According to a frequently mentioned statistic, the child pornography industry generates $50 billion every year; other sources speak of a $20 billion industry. In other words, the CAM industry is not a select club of old perverts roaming the web in the privacy of their musty apartment—it’s a multibillion-dollar business of global magnitude, with thriving demand and supply.


Another example of a canonical myth is illustrated in 'the war on drugs':

http://www.snopes.com/horrors/drugs/lsdsun.asp

Claim: Several students tripping on LSD stared at the sun until blinded.

Status: False.

Origins: This Sun legend, one the 1960s' most ubiquitous pieces of drug scarelore
(along with "teenager on acid trip thinks he can fly and jumps out window") was
nothing but pure hoax. Nonetheless, the national print media fell for it twice.

This twisted tale was born on Thursday, 18 May 1967, when California newspapers
began reporting a horrific tale concerning some Santa Barbara college students
who damaged their eyes by staring at the sun while they were under the influence
of LSD. Here's how the story was written up by the Los Angeles Times:


http://f.edgesuite.net/data/www.drugfre ... let-en.pdf

The ability to make sensible judgments and
see common dangers is impaired. an LSD user
might try to step out a window to get a “closer
look” at the ground. he might consider it fun to
admire the sunset, blissfully unaware that he is
standing in the middle of a busy intersection.


As you can see, although they substantially mutated their narrative in response to the evidence against the original, they maintained the general theme of falling out a window and being hurt while looking at the sun. This is similar to the mutating hypotheses of the anti vaccination movement:

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However, in the previously mentioned cases the 'object' was a piece of folk lore, whereas the anti vaccination movement is more well known for mutating pseudoscientific hypotheses. Due to incorporating both folk tales and pseudoscientific literature, I place the religion of the slave traffickers as somewhere between the anti vaccination movement and scientology. In all cases, the mutation is highly reminiscent of the reconfiguration of the delusional imagination in response to systematic analysis:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14633423

In the analysis of psychotic patients it is very important to analyse the delusional imagination which dominates the personality and continuously transforms the mental state, twisting emotional truth. The delusional imagination is so deeply rooted in the patient's mental functioning that, even after systematic analysis, the delusional world, which had seemed to disappear, re-emerges under new configurations. The psychotic core remains encapsulated; it produces unsteadiness and may induce further psychotic states in the patient.


It's common for their earlier pieces of folk lore to create the foundational fantasy setting in which their subsequent mythos plays out. They trigger the recollection of the previously defined fantasy world via using keywords that connote the setting. A stellar example of this is the foundational multi billion dollar CP industry legend, which primed the fantasy world such that subsequent narratives could frame things by calling CP viewers 'customers' or 'consumers', regardless of if they paid for CP in a market setting, and thereby connote that the individual in question was contributing to the supply demand driven multi billion dollar CP industry. Of course, one is not a customer when looking at images freely available on a public image board, nor is child pornography something that is typically consumed:

http://www.dictionary.com/browse/consumption

the act of consuming, as by use, decay, or destruction.
Economics. the using up of goods and services having an exchangeable value.


CP is rarely purchased, and the viewing of it intrinsically creates a copy rather than consuming the original. This sequence of defining the fantasy world, and then concisely connoting it later via word selection, is one manifestation of a process called priming and framing:

https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/wi ... ublic-fear

Moreover, there are two important news media practices that contribute to moral panic. These are known as framing and priming. Framing refers to the way an issue is presented to the public or angle it is given by the news media. Framing involves calling attention to certain aspects of an issue while ignoring or obscuring other elements. In other words, framing gives meaning to an issue.

Dr. Gaye Tuchman proposed that the news media rely on “news frames” to determine what events to cover and how to cover them (2). Just as the photographer’s choice of lens affects a photograph, the journalist’s choice of news frame affects a story. Tuchman theorized that journalists select news frames for a story based in part on routine procedures and the organizational constraints of their particular medium.

In addition, the choice of frame is influenced by prior news frames, the power and authority of news sources, history and even ideology. Thus, news frames are contested or negotiated phenomena rather than being based solely on objective events. Most importantly, an audience will react very differently to an issue or story depending on how it is framed by the news media.

In contrast, priming is a psychological process whereby the news media emphasis on a particular issue not only increases the salience of the issue on the public agenda, but also activates previously acquired information about that issue in people’s memories. The priming mechanism explains how the news frame used in a particular story can trigger an individual’s pre-existing attitudes, beliefs and prejudices regarding that issue.

An example of priming would be the triggering of varied individual responses such as outrage or pity to the framing of Dr. Conrad Murray—Michael Jackson’s accused killer and personal physician—during his 2011 manslaughter trial. Given the news media’s prior framing of the legendary Michael Jackson as an eccentric and troubled genius, people naturally had different reactions to the framing of Dr. Murray due to their own individual interpretations of the image of Jackson.


Another manifestation of 'priming and framing' is when they frequently and prominently display the rare few (oftentimes ambiguous) stories of people falling to their deaths on LSD. This is done to 'cash in' on the propaganda induced imaginary themed world in which LSD is strongly associated with risks such as jumping out of windows or staring at the sun. In reality, there is not a known association between taking LSD and jumping to one's death, and indeed there are numerous stories of people falling to their deaths while distracted by their phones. However, people don't associate using phones with falling to their deaths due to the lack of priming.

In addition to their pseudoscientific papers and their general canon of folk lore, the religion of the slave traffickers has incorporated numerous superstitious beliefs. Perhaps most infamously is their belief in revictimization, characterized by adherents in the following fashions:

https://www.dailyherald.com/article/201 ... 701169906/

"... every time somebody looks at that image it's like the crime is taking place all over again…"


http://www.counselheal.com/articles/249 ... dicted.htm

The children might feel like being raped time and again when someone watches it.


http://fox8.com/2012/05/21/former-pasto ... n-charges/

"we hear that in court that they feel like they are victimized every single time someone downloads their videos or looks at their videos they feel like they are being raped all over again,” said Canonico


[lost citation]

“These cases involve real-life abuse and assault of children. Every time an image
is viewed, it’s like the assault happened again,” said Andrew M. McLees, special
agent in charge of the Newark office of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's
Homeland Security Investigations.


Note that:

https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/wi ... ublic-fear

Second, there is a gap between the concern over a condition and the objective threat it poses. Typically, the objective threat is far less than popularly perceived due to how it is presented by authorities.


It is noteworthy that having many people repeating the same short and simple utterance over and over again is a form of Goebbelsian propaganda:

"The rank and file are more primitive than we imagine. Propaganda must therefore
always be essentially simple and repetitious. In the long run only he will achieve
basic results in influencing public opinion who is able to reduce problems to the
simplest terms and who has the courage to keep forever repeating them in this
simplified form despite the objections of intellectuals."
--Joseph Goebbels


This same technique of constant sloganized repetition is used constantly throughout the religion of the slave traffickers, the infamous 'Just Say No To Drugs' slogan being one noteworthy occurrence. A more modern variant is along the lines of "This isn't your grandfather's marijuana!", which is a particularly bizarre claim coming from the group that brought us such classical pieces of panic inciting propaganda as:

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https://www.post-gazette.com/opinion/Op ... 1505240065

Pot used to be pretty harmless, but it’s plenty dangerous today
It's up to 10 times stronger than in the '60s and '70s and powerfully addictive

...

This is not your grandfather’s marijuana.


http://www.lifezette.com/healthzette/no ... marijuana/

‘This Is Not Your Father’s Marijuana’


http://www.nbcnews.com/health/kids-heal ... na-n726081

Pediatricians Warn Against Pot Use: Not Your Dad’s Marijuana


Indeed, even their recitation about the mult billion dollar CP industry is in this form:

http://www.wtok.com/news/headlines/2470381.html

Child pornography is among the fastest growing businesses on the Internet, a $20 billion per year enterprise.


http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mary-l-pu ... 94430.html

Child pornography is one of the fastest growing businesses online, with estimated annual revenue of $3 billion.


The use of this technique of short sloganized repetition is no accident, but rather is a deliberate design choice of the social elite, based on both the seminal wisdom of Nazi war criminals, and modern research in the field of propaganda:

https://qz.com/822907/science-suggests- ... -of-truth/

Science suggests that frequently repeating a lie creates “the illusion of truth”





Additionally, the religion of the slave traffickers uses its own variant of newspeak to describe things. I already covered their use of 'consuming' as a mechanism of priming and framing. Another example is 'child pornographer', which in the newspeak of their religion refers to anyone who has looked at CP, despite the fact that this is not the correct use of the word 'pornographer':

http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/pornographer

one who produces pornography


http://www.nola.com/crime/index.ssf/201 ... nogra.html

Alleged Slidell child pornographer arrested: Louisiana Attorney General


Another thing they appear to be doing is saying that people 'made' indecent images of children by downloading them, which seems as if it may be a new U.K. variant of the pornographer newspeak in the USA:

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/ ... arges.html

Patrick Rock, 63, allegedly downloaded 62 indecent images depicting females who appear to be between 10 and 14 posing erotically.

He is charged with six offences of making an indecent photographs of a child of and one offence of possession of 56 indecent images of children


They've done similar things to the words 'hallucination' (used to require lack of ability to distinguish from reality and had a deliriant connotation), 'addiction' (used to signify primarily GABAergic receptor down regulation, potentially deadly), 'narcotic' (used to connote opioidergic), and many others.




Emergent from the religion of the slave traffickers is a complete alternate reality. This alternate reality is in similar fashion to the fantasy reality of the anti vaccination movement, however with more folk tales and superstitious belief:

http://jhppl.dukejournals.org/content/37/1/69.short

The last dozen years have seen a massive transnational mobilization of the legal, political, and research communities in response to the worrisome hypothesis that vaccines could have a link to childhood autism and other developmental conditions. Vaccine critics, some already organized and some composed of newly galvanized parents, developed an alternate world of internally legitimating studies, blogs, conferences, publications, and spokespeople to affirm a connection.


As I have noted above, there is indeed a complex community of researchers, journals, and articles to point to, facts to recite, conferences to attend, and professional groups to connect with that supply a great deal of internal legitimacy


This alternate reality is properly termed 'pseudoreality' (more accurately, part of pseudoreality, which is an alarmingly developed make believe world in its totality). Pseudoreality is a fabrication of the social elite, but it is incorrectly conceived as actual reality by the common people:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moral_entrepreneur

Social position determines one's ability to define and construct reality; therefore, the higher one's social position, the greater his or her moral value.



Additionally, there may be various 'testaments' given in relation to the faith, most of which will be determined as being completely fraudulent:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Go_Ask_Alice

Go Ask Alice is a 1971 fiction book about a teenage girl who develops a drug habit at age 15, runs away from home, and eventually dies of a drug overdose. Attributed to "Anonymous", the book is in diary form, and was originally presented as being the edited "real diary" of the unnamed teenage protagonist.[1][2] Questions about the book's authenticity and true authorship began to arise in the late 1970s, and it is now generally viewed as a work of fiction written by Beatrice Sparks, a therapist and author who went on to write numerous other books purporting to be real diaries of troubled teenagers.[2][3][4][5][6] Some sources have also named Linda Glovach as a co-author of the book.[1][7]


https://reason.com/blog/2014/06/12/eden ... alls-apart

And now we are seeing so many of these horror stories fall apart. First it was Somaly Mam, the activist whose own sex trafficking story, as well as those of some of her star "rescues," turned out to be false. After years of international support and acclaim, Mamâ a favorite of The New York Times' Nicolas Kristofâ was exposed by Newsweek as a fraud.

Now Kim's story, too, may be coming apart. Last week Breaking Out, a nonprofit organization that fights human trafficking of all forms, posted the following message on Facebook:


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Also note that the believers in the religion will demonstrate complete evidence resistance, regardless of how much information you give them showing them that they are religiously delusional they will continue on in believing in the veracity of the faith:

https://reason.com/blog/2014/06/12/eden ... alls-apart


Despite the preponderance of evidence being against the veracity of pseudoreality, those who believe in pseudoreality are completely resistant to changing their beliefs toward accuracy:

It's a pretty good summary of the standard narrative on sex-trafficking these days: it's everywhere, all the time, and we don't even know it; the only way to combat it is to keep throwing cops and money and laws at it; and anyone who questions any of this is only aiding the evildoers. It's almost impossible to argue with people who buy this narrative, because the more evidence you present challenging sex trafficking's pervasiveness, the more they see proof that sex trafficking is so under the radar we need to throw more cops and money and laws at it.


This is likewise similar to the anti vaccination movement (it's also similar to creationists, when presented with the evidence of evolution):

http://www.skepticalob.com/2016/09/are- ... teria.html

Vaccination is one the greatest public health advances of all time.

It has saved, and continues to save, literally millions of lives each year, yet many well meaning parents have become convinced that vaccines are harmful and there is no amount of scientific evidence that can convince them otherwise.




Indeed, the parallels to the anti vaccination movement abound. In the case of the CP hysteria, we can see correlations from the very beginning:


https://www.pathtojustice.com/blog/mash ... y-victims/

Tragically, child pornography is multi-billion dollar industry with countless sexual images and videos of children disseminated daily. The internet has allowed these images and videos to spread faster and given more people access to them than ever before. Child predators can now interact and exchange images and videos in well-organized communities like never before.
The link between the viewing of child pornography and the molestation of children is beyond dispute. Therefore, as these graphic sexual images populate and spread, we can unfortunately predict there will be more child sexual abuse.


Originally, the CP crusaders made a prediction that, via a supply demand market relationship, the viewing of CP would result in increased child sex abuse rates. However, their prediction wasn't observed, and in fact was explicitly scientifically contradicted:

https://www.springer.com/about+springer ... -1042321-0

Could making child pornography legal lead to lower rates of child sex abuse? It could well do, according to a new study by Milton Diamond, from the University of Hawaii, and colleagues.
Results from the Czech Republic showed, as seen everywhere else studied (Canada, Croatia, Denmark, Germany, Finland, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Sweden, USA), that rape and other sex crimes have not increased following the legalization and wide availability of pornography. And most significantly, the incidence of child sex abuse has fallen considerably since 1989, when child pornography became readily accessible – a phenomenon also seen in Denmark and Japan. Their findings are published online today in Springer’s journal Archives of Sexual Behavior.
The findings support the theory that potential sexual offenders use child pornography as a substitute for sex crimes against children


http://unh.edu/ccrc/pdf/CV204%20CP%20possessors.pdf

One concern is that the accessibility of online CP has caused increases in child
sexual abuse. Some research suggests that CP may trigger sexual abuse by activating
and validating sexual urges in CP viewers that were previously suppressed or con-
trolled (Beech et al., 2008; Quayle & Taylor, 2003; Wilson & Jones, 2008). There is no
evidence of increasing abuse in the United States, however. In fact, rates of child sexual
abuse have declined substantially since the mid-1990s, a time period that corresponds
to the spread of CP online. Statistics from U.S. child protective service agencies show
that from 1992 to 2007, child sexual abuse declined 53% (Jones & Finkelhor, 2009),
including interfamilial abuse (Finkelhor & Jones, 2006). Evidence of this decline also
comes from victim self-report surveys and U.S. criminal justice system data (Finkelhor
& Jones, 2008; Finkelhor, Turner, Ormrod, & Hamby, 2010), as well as the child pro-
tective services data collection system. The fact that this trend is revealed in multiple
sources tends to undermine arguments that it is because of reduced reporting or changes
in investigatory or statistical procedures.


After which they invented the previously covered mythological multi billion dollar CP industry. This is highly analogous to the situation that happened with the anti vaccination movement:

http://www.cnn.com/2008/HEALTH/dailydos ... m.mercury/

Years ago, people made predictions -- by removing thimerosal, the number of cases of autism should decrease -- therefore showing that thimerosal is a cause of autism. This new study puts that idea in jeopardy. Similar studies have been done in Canada and Denmark with the same results: thimerosal was removed, but autism is still on the rise. This is a strong message; it very clearly shows, and reassures, that autism did not arrive through a vaccine. ...


There is no validity to their claim that there is a notable link between the viewing of child pornography and the molestation, much less that it is beyond dispute. They base this assertion on a collection of methodologically flawed, inherently highly selection biased, impossible to extrapolate, and academically disputed research from the prison industrial complex:

http://jaapl.org/content/42/4/404

From both a clinical and an actuarial statistical perspective, an early retrospective study conducted at a Federal Civil Commitment Facility in Butner, North Carolina, inferred an association between accessing child pornography and hands-on sexual offending.3 That study has been criticized regarding its methodology and lack of scientific rigor.4 More recent prospective data have questioned the contention that there is a correlation between accessing child pornography and hands-on offending.5 For example, one such study found that less than one percent of 231 men who had viewed child pornography (but with no evidence of a prior hands-on sexual offense) had gone on to commit a hands-on sexual offense.6 From a purely statistical standpoint (all else being equal) individuals with no history of a hands-on sexual offense against a child, but who have accessed child pornography, are at low risk as a group of committing a hands-on sexual offense in the future.5


Research that bypassed the peer review process by being internally distributed:

https://rsoresearch.files.wordpress.com ... ng_kit.pdf

Nevertheless, Dr. Hernandez privately
distributed his study widely, without peer review or any
other oversight, and thus bypassed normal opportunities for
either scientific validation or refutation by experts in the field
of sexual offender diagnosis and treatment. He distributed his
study to a limited but very receptive audience nationally
(and later internationally, specifically Great Britain), including
law enforcement officials and agencies, the Federal Bureau of
Investigation (FBI), the Department of Justice (DOJ), and state
and federal prosecutors.
But it was the policy makers who especially welcomed the
study‘s implications.


The already tainted and methodologically flawed results of research like this is routinely inflated by organizations such as NCMEC, which is analogous to NVIC:

http://libertus.net/censor/resources/st ... html#ncm40

"40 per cent of arrested child pornography possessors sexually abused children"

According to an opinion article by Bernadette McMenamin, CEO of Child Wise (ECPAT
in Australia), published in the The Australian on 8 January 2008: "In 2005 the
United States National Center for Missing and Exploited Children revealed that
40 per cent of arrested child pornography possessors sexually abused children."[77]

The 40% number was in a report distributed by the NCMEC in 2005 and the percentage
concerned research findings in relation to a total of 429 cases during the 12 months
beginning 1 July 2000. However, insofar as the phrasing of the assertion quoted
above appears to imply that 40% of persons arrested for possession of child
pornography were found to have sexually abused children, it does not accurately
reflect the research findings.



Indeed, prison industrial complex and government funded research on controversial topics is simply not truthworthy, they've even explicitly fabricated research:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the ... detention/

McKune provides a single citation to support its statement “that the recidivism
rate of untreated offenders has been estimated to be as high as 80%”: the U.S.
Dept. of Justice, Nat. Institute of Corrections, A Practitioner’s Guide to Treating
the Incarcerated Male Sex Offender xiii (1988). Justice Kennedy likely found that
reference in the amicus brief supporting Kansas filed by the Solicitor General,
then Ted Olson, as the SG’s brief also cites it for the claim that sex offenders
have this astonishingly high recidivism rate. This Practitioner’s Guide11 itself
provides but one source for the claim, an article published in 1986 in Psychology
Today, a mass market magazine aimed at a lay audience. That article has this
sentence: “Most untreated sex offenders released from prison go on to commit more
offenses– indeed, as many as 80% do.” But the sentence is a bare assertion: the
article contains no supporting reference for it. But perhaps the author was merely
offering an estimate based on his training and expertise. The problem there is
that he had little of either.

He is a counselor, not a scholar of sex crimes or re-offense rates, and the cited
article is not about recidivism statistics. It’s about a counseling program for
sex offenders he then ran in an Oregon prison. His unsupported assertion about the
recidivism rate for untreated sex offenders was offered to contrast with his equally
unsupported assertion about the lower recidivism rate for those who complete his
program.


Falsified research and smuggled it into academic journals via infiltration of their agents into academia:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Retracted ... ty_of_MDMA

"Severe dopaminergic neurotoxicity in primates after a common recreational dose regimen of MDMA[nb 1] ("ecstasy")",[1] was a paper by Dr. George Ricaurte which was published in the leading journal Science, and later retracted. The reason was that instead of using MDMA, methamphetamine had been used in the test.[2]

...
Another remarkable aspect of this episode is the public endorsement of the study, at the time of its publication, by Alan Leshner, chief executive of the AAAS and former director of NIDA. It isn't clear why an officer of the AAAS should be involved at all in publicly promoting a particular result published in its journal, least of all one whose outcome was questioned at the outset by several experts. The AAAS issued the retraction late in the afternoon on Friday 5 September, resulting in low-key media coverage, which contrasts sharply with the hype surrounding the initial paper.
— Nature 2003[8]
...
In an interview in The Scientist[13] British scientists Colin Blakemore and Leslie Iversen described how they expressed concerns about the article with editors at Science. "It's an outrageous scandal," Iversen told The Scientist. "It's another example of a certain breed of scientist who appear to do research on illegal drugs mainly to show what the governments want them to show. They extract large amounts of grant money from the government to do this sort of biased work."


And so forth. This fraudulent sort of pseudoscience is also highly associated with the anti vaccination movement:

http://www.skepticalraptor.com/skeptica ... ill-lives/

Next come the statistics. Hooker uses Pearson’s chi squared test to see if there is a significant association between MMR and autism in children at different ages. DeStefano et al used conditional logistic regression. For the non-biostatisticians out there, the technique that DeStefano et al used accounts for confounders and effect modifiers, different traits in their population that could skew the results. Hooker’s technique doesn’t really do that, unless you stratify results and use very, very large datasets. Hooker’s approach is more “conservative,” meaning that it will detect small effects and amplify them, and those effects can come from anything.

So why did we not see this in the other ethnic groups or in girls? The answer here is simple, again. Hooker had a limited dataset to work with when he boiled it down to African-American baby boys. In this table, for example, he tells us that he had to modify the analysis to 31 months instead of 36 because he had less than 5 children in that group. It’s the same goddamned mistake that Andrew Jeremy Wakefield wanted to pass off as legitimate science. You cannot, and must not use small numbers to make big assertions…


It should be noted as well that the social elite routinely falsify statistic citations:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/fac ... ed-states/

But there’s a bigger problem. Shared Hope’s graphic gave as its source a 2005
International Labour Organization report on human trafficking. But that report
contains no mention of a $9.8 billion figure for human trafficking in the United
States.


And produce generally methodologically flawed and sensationalist research papers:

https://jezebel.com/5785245/the-trouble ... statistics

"It's now clear [anti-trafficking groups] used fake data to deceive the media and lie to Congress," the story charges. "And it was all done to score free publicity and a wealth of public funding."

What's the meat behind those claims? The story details how the Women's Funding Network commissioned a study from a political consulting group run by Beth Schapiro, which devised a totally unscientific method for determining how many online classified ads depicted children. It entailed having a group of adults guess, by looking at a picture in an ad, how old the person depicted was, and then doing it again over time to fuel the charge of explosive growth. Experts interviewed by City Pages point out that this is ridiculous from a methodological point of view — among the many criticisms, there's no way of knowing how old someone is from a picture, there's no way of knowing when the picture was taken, and there's no way of knowing if the picture is even of someone behind the advertised service.

The study, which was funded with public money, was subsequently uncritically picked up nationwide in headlines trumpeting a massive rise in the trafficking of children.


https://www.sciencealert.com/heavy-mari ... drop-in-iq

In a study published in the journal PNAS in 2012, scientists from Duke University in the US reported that cannabis had a neurotoxic effect on the adolescent brain, causing a loss of up to 8 IQ points in the heaviest users. They found that IQ, learning, memory, and executive functions all declined in heavy users who started smoking before the age of 18.

The research was part of a longitudinal study of 1,037 New Zealand children born between 1972 and 1973. Health, intelligence and behaviour measures were taken periodically on all participants, most recently at the age of 38.

The scientists warned that there may be other explanations for their findings and that they could not "definitively attest to whether this association [between persistent cannabis use and IQ decline] was causal". The study did rule out factors such as years of education, schizophrenia, hard-drug and alcohol dependence, but did not account for other relevant factors such as childhood trauma.

A study published in PNAS slooks discriminationonths after the original research questioned the methodology, saying: "Although it would be too strong to say that the results have been discredited, the methodology is flawed and the causal inference drawn from the results premature."

The researchers argued that if you take into account the effects of socioeconomic status on IQ, the decline in IQ due to cannabis use is overestimated by the previous study - and could in fact be zero.

A new study by the University College London has now shed further light on the Duke University findings. This study drew on a larger sample of adolescents; 2,612 UK children born between 1991 and 1992. They found that heavy cannabis use was in no way linked to IQ decline, although alcohol use was strongly correlated with IQ loss in eight to 15 year olds.



And are usually at odds with actual science, other than in cases in which they smuggle their fraudulent pseudoscience into journals as previously covered:

http://f.edgesuite.net/data/www.drugfre ... let-en.pdf

once it starts, there is often no
stopping a “bad trip,” which can go on for up to
12 hours. In fact, some people never recover from
an acid‑induced psychosis


vs

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2 ... 185302.htm

The use of LSD, magic mushrooms, or peyote does not increase a person’s risk of developing mental health problems, according to an analysis of information from more than 130,000 randomly chosen people, including 22,000 people who had used psychedelics at least once. The researchers found no link between the use of psychedelic drugs and a range of mental health problems. Instead they found some significant associations between the use of psychedelic drugs and fewer mental health problems.




because LSD accumulates in the body, users
develop a tolerance for the drug. In other
words, some repeat users have to take it
in increasingly higher doses to achieve a
“high.” This increases the physical effects and
also the risk of a bad trip that could cause
psychosis



vs

https://erowid.org/chemicals/lsd/lsd_myth1.shtml

LSD is absorbed easily from the gastrointestinal tract, and rapidly reaches a high concentration in the blood. It is circulated throughout the body and, subsequently, to the brain. LSD is metabolized in the liver and is excreted in the urine in about 24 hours.


Note that their claim that LSD accumulates in the body is drawing on one of their innumerable drug folk legends:

https://erowid.org/chemicals/lsd/lsd_myth1.shtml

There is an often circulated myth that once you have taken LSD, it remains in your body forever. One thing that keeps these rumors circulating the is fact that some people (though very few) experience "flashbacks" (generally within a few months after a hallucinogenic experience). It is universally accepted, however, that these flashbacks are not the result of LSD remaining in the system.

...

Occasionally, people claim that LSD has been found in spinal fluid years after the last time LSD was taken. There is no support for this claim. If anyone knows of a research article that has looked at spinal fluid of LSD users for LSD, please let us know.


Also these people try to inject a scary connotation into the word "potent" even though it's actually just a technical term from pharmacology that means "used at low doses":

What I was unaware of
was the fact that LSD is the most potent
hallucinogen known to man


and

LSD POTENCY

LSD: Most powerful hallucinogenic
(mind‑altering) drug

LSD is 4000
times stronger
than mescaline


They compare it to mescaline because mescaline isn't very potent. What they don't mention is that this simply means a dose of mescaline is higher than a dose of LSD, I mean there is nothing scary about this as they incorrectly insinuate. Also Im not aware that powerful or stronger are technical pharmacology terms, 'efficacy' is a technical pharmacology term that you would expect to see coupled with 'potency' though.

This page has a nice graph on it as well:

http://www.medbullets.com/step1-pharmac ... vs-potency

Potency

amount of a drug that is needed to produce a given effect




The religion of the slave traffickers has had belief in it expressed in a wide variety of settings, most notably:

The Media

http://www.wtok.com/news/headlines/2470381.html

Child pornography is among the fastest growing businesses on the Internet, a $20 billion per year enterprise.


The Courts

http://www.eagletribune.com/news/new_ha ... 9c7b5.html

Phinney, aided by Assistant County Attorney Sarah Warecki, also said society needs
deterrence because "predators such as Curry provide the motivation to this multibillion-dollar
industry," Conway said.

"The possession of child sexual abuse images is both disturbing and serious because
every time a perpetrator looks at one of these images, a victim of child sexual
abuse is re-victimized," Conway said.

"That is why," she added, "the County Attorney's Office treats possession of CSAI
crimes seriously and demands swift and harsh punishment."


Congress

http://www.eastvalleytribune.com/local/ ... 03286.html

commercial child porn is a $20 billion a year industry -- a figure cited in a 2006 congressional hearing


The United Nations

http://www.nbcnews.com/id/32880508/ns/t ... increases/

More than 4 million Web sites worldwide show images of children being sexually exploited, said the U.N. investigator on the sale of children, child prostitution and child pornography, Najat M'jid Maalla.
....
Maalla urged international cooperation to stop the child pornography industry, which she estimated to be worth between $3 billion and $20 billion. She recommended countries share information on sites containing child pornography in order to block them faster.


Which also disseminates things for the 'Human Trafficking Panic' in the same fashion:

http://www.popsci.com/man-who-lit-dark-web

More than 1 million are children. Nearly one-quarter are bought and sold as sex
slaves. Only 1-in-100 victims of human trafficking is ever rescued. It’s a booming
business. High profits and low risk make human trafficking one of the fastest-growing
and most lucrative crimes on the planet; the U.N. recently estimated that trafficking
nets $150 billion a year.


Note that this is in the fashion of a moral panic:

http://www.thesociologicalcinema.com/vi ... r-on-drugs

"When the official reaction to a person, groups of persons or series of events is out of all proportion to the actual threat offered, when 'experts', in the form of police chiefs, the judiciary, politicians and editors perceive the threat in all but identical terms, and appear to talk 'with one voice' of rates, diagnoses, prognoses and solutions, when the media representations universally stress 'sudden and dramatic' increases (in numbers involved or events) and 'novelty', above and beyond that which a sober, realistic appraisal could sustain, then we believe it is appropriate to speak of the beginnings of a moral panic."


https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/wi ... ublic-fear

Moral panic is both a public and political response to an exaggeration or distortion of the threat posed to society by some allegedly harmful individual or group. More specifically, moral panic includes an exaggeration of certain events by enhancing the empirical criteria such as the number of individuals involved, the level and extent of violence, and the amount of damage caused.


Also,

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/won ... d-sharply/

For the next six years until legislators corrected their error, the oldest profession was not a crime in Rhode Island -- and public health and public safety substantially improved as a result, according to a new working paper from the National Bureau of Economic Research. The statewide incidence of gonorrhea among women declined by 39 percent, and the number of rapes reported to police in the state declined by 31 percent, according to the paper.


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So you may ask yourself, why is it that the social elite, the alleged most moral individuals in society who are blessed with the right to define pseudoreality for the commoners, are actually responsible for:

- up to 75% of homicides
- Increasing prevalence of rape
- Increasing prevalence of sex assault
- Increasing prevalence of child sex abuse
- Increasing prevalence of drug dependency
- Increasing prevalence of drug overdoses
- Increasing prevalence of infectious disease
- Causing mass incarceration
- Draining trillions of dollars from society
- Systematically indoctrinating the population with fraudulent propaganda
- Inciting panics

Well, the answer to that is simple. It's because they attain money and power from doing this, in a variety of ways. For example,

Pseudoreality is partially funded by major corporate sponsors and their politician puppets:


http://www.fullmoon.nu/damage_myths.htm#brain2

7. Cannabis "flattens" human brainwaves

This is an out-and-out lie perpetrated by the Partnership for a Drug-Free America. A few years ago, they ran a TV ad that purported to show, first, a normal human brainwave, and second, a flat brainwave from a 14-year-old "on cannabis". When researchers called up the TV networks to complain about this commercial, the Partnership had to pull it from the air. It seems that the Partnership faked the flat "cannabis brainwave". In reality, cannabis has the effect of slightly INCREASING alpha wave activity. Alpha waves are associated with meditative and relaxed states which are, in turn, often associated with human creativity.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Partnersh ... ontroversy

PDFA was the subject of criticism when it was revealed by Cynthia Cotts of the Village Voice that their federal tax returns showed that they had received several million dollars worth of funding from major pharmaceutical, tobacco and alcohol corporations including American Brands (Jim Beam whiskey), Philip Morris (Marlboro and Virginia Slims cigarettes, Miller beer), Anheuser Busch (Budweiser, Michelob, Busch beer), R.J. Reynolds (Camel, Salem, Winston cigarettes), as well as pharmaceutical firms Bristol Meyers-Squibb, Merck & Company and Procter & Gamble. In 1997 it discontinued any direct fiscal association with tobacco and alcohol suppliers, although it still receives donations from pharmaceutical companies.[51] There has been criticism that some of its PSAs have had "little proven effect on drug use."[35]



http://www.cnet.com/news/senator-lets-m ... gal-files/

Democrat Joe Biden at Capitol Hill hearing urges more police to be trained in
software developed by agent specializing in searching for child pornography.

WASHINGTON--A prominent Senate Democrat on Wednesday said federal and local police
should use custom software to monitor peer-to-peer networks for illegal activity,
and he wants to spend $1 billion in tax dollars to help make that happen.


https://web.archive.org/web/20080828193 ... 1002416338

Last year, Biden sponsored an RIAA-backed bill called the Perform Act aimed at
restricting Americans' ability to record and play back individual songs from
satellite and Internet radio services. (The RIAA sued XM Satellite Radio over
precisely this point.)

All of which meant that nobody in Washington was surprised when Biden was one of
only four U.S. senators invited to a champagne reception in celebration of the
Digital Millennium Copyright Act hosted by the MPAA's Jack Valenti, the RIAA, and
the Business Software Alliance. (Photos are here.)







Pseudoreality is also beneficial to politicians who can mold it to be disadvantageous to their opponents:

http://www.cnn.com/2016/03/23/politics/ ... ks-hippie/

"The Nixon campaign in 1968, and the Nixon White House after that, had two enemies:
the antiwar left and black people," former Nixon domestic policy chief John Ehrlichman
told Harper's writer Dan Baum for the April cover story published Tuesday.

"You understand what I'm saying? We knew we couldn't make it illegal to be either
against the war or black, but by getting the public to associate the hippies with
marijuana and blacks with heroin. And then criminalizing both heavily, we could
disrupt those communities," Ehrlichman said. "We could arrest their leaders. raid
their homes, break up their meetings, and vilify them night after night on the
evening news. Did we know we were lying about the drugs? Of course we did."








There is also a great deal of public funding tied up in pseudoreality:


http://www.truth-out.org/news/item/2876 ... cking-ngos

Transparency and Post-Recession Funds

In all, 50 of the most prominent anti-trafficking organizations in the United States are estimated to share around $686 million - an amount that would place them approximately 184th on the UN's ranking of nations by GDP, right above Samoa. And that, as we will see, could be a very low estimate.

The organizations included three types of anti-trafficking groups: standard not-for-profits, in which organizations have 501©(3) status and are tax-exempt, or work under tax-exempt umbrella organizations; faith-based organizations (those affiliated with churches may have tax-exempt 501©(3) status, but are not required to file annual returns); and public-private partnerships. The former two may also have non-governmental organization (NGO) status if they operate internationally; a public-private partnership may consider itself an organization and use the language of nonprofits to describe its mission, vision and service, but may not have tax-exempt status (a fact which is supposed to be disclosed if the organization is soliciting donations). Tax-exempt organizations that are affiliated with public-private partnerships are bound by financial disclosure laws.

Hard Numbers and Malleable Data

Numbers throughout the murky world of human trafficking are notoriously hard to verify. How many traffickers? Uncountable! How many victims? So many! How old are they? Too young! How much money changes hands? Zillions upon gajillions of dollars, daily! "Scarily lucrative," Time declared it in a May 2014 headline. Sound unbelievable? It is, and aid groups will claim it's because the unvarnished truth of human slavery is incomprehensible to most living Americans today.



https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Retracted ... ty_of_MDMA

In an interview in The Scientist[13] British scientists Colin Blakemore and Leslie Iversen described how they expressed concerns about the article with editors at Science. "It's an outrageous scandal," Iversen told The Scientist. "It's another example of a certain breed of scientist who appear to do research on illegal drugs mainly to show what the governments want them to show. They extract large amounts of grant money from the government to do this sort of biased work."



https://jezebel.com/5785245/the-trouble ... statistics

The study, which was funded with public money, was subsequently uncritically picked up nationwide in headlines trumpeting a massive rise in the trafficking of children.




Pseudoreality obfuscates mass slavery from public conception:

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Mass slavery is highly profitable:

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Systematic armed robbery is also quite lucrative:

http://www.msnbc.com/all/does-marijuana ... crime-rate

Three months after Colorado residents legalized recreational marijuana with the passage of Amendment 64 in Nov. 2012, Sheriff Tom Allman of Mendocio County, Calif. – a haven for marijuana growers – warned that an onslaught of crime was headed toward Colorado.

“Thugs put on masks, they come to your house, they kick in your door. They point guns at you and say, ‘Give me your marijuana, give me your money,’” Allman told a Denver TV station in February. His state became the first to legalize marijuana for medical use in 1996; Colorado followed suit in 2000.

But a new report contends that fourteen years later, even after Colorado legalized the sale of small amounts of marijuana for recreational use on Jan. 1 of this year, violent and property crime rates in the city are actually falling.


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I mean their conspiracy has had trillions of dollars flow through it by now, making them extremely rich and powerful

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Also it gives people who went to school to get worthless degrees in government propaganda jobs:

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http://azcapitoltimes.com/news/2016/04/ ... marijuana/

And gives even other jobs to people with actually valid degrees:

I’m a lifelong liberal. I voted for George McGovern, Ted Kennedy, Jerry Brown, and more recently Al Gore, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. I marched with Occupy, support the Sierra Club, and laughed when Jon Stewart exposed the bias on Fox News.

But I’m also a psychiatrist who has spent 30 years treating addicts and alcoholics, and I know this: There’s nothing Fox News has ever been accused of that the mainstream media isn’t also doing — for marijuana.

...

A bigger problem, however, is that journalists who use marijuana are allowed to write about it. This is a conflict of interest. One reporter covering the raw milk issue for a big city daily said she was taken off the story when her editor learned she drank raw milk herself.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Child_por ... _and_abuse

Several professors of psychology state that memories of child abuse are maintained as long as visual records exist, are accessed, and are "exploited perversely."[6][10]




It also gives traditionally religious people the ability to access a large number of people toward trying to convert them into Christianity

https://www.vice.com/read/in-arizona-pr ... -save-them

Project ROSE is a Phoenix city program that arrests sex workers in the name of saving them. In five two-day stings, more than 100 police officers targeted alleged sex workers on the street and online. They brought them in handcuffs to the Bethany Bible Church. There, the sex workers were forced to meet with prosecutors, detectives, and representatives of Project ROSE, who offered a diversion program to those who qualified. Those who did not may face months or years in jail.



https://booksinjail.wordpress.com/2013/ ... steve-box/


Anyway, thinking that surely the wise, benevolent, government rehab masters probably knew much more about quitting drugs than I did, I signed up for the class, and was appalled when such a low-caliber book was issued as curriculum. And the instructor of the class was a middle-aged church volunteer who had never touched drugs in his life! It seemed like his training was mostly religious, and he had no psychiatric expertise at all! The class began with a hymn, and as I listened to a dozen tone-deaf inmates sing ‘How Great Thou Art’, I found myself wondering: what if a Buddhist wants to get off drugs? Or an Atheist? But religious tolerance is not in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice’s lexicon, apparently. So these so-called ‘proven techniques’ to get us all off the yam-yam were simply: ‘Jesus up your ass’.

Which was pretty much what this book is. Jesus up your ass. The first part is a story that describes one of the biggest druggie fuck-ups in the history of drug abuse. He killed his son via vehicular homicide while high on meth. He ruined a good marriage. He flushed his business down the toilet. He blew thousands of dollars on drugs, which he then hid in the desert and lost due to being high and paranoid. And all this is chronicled in a writing style that makes you wonder if he’s really clean now. The run-on sentences and spelling errors were painful to behold. Clearly this man was mentally impaired independently of any substance abuse problems. This part of the book actually made me feel better about my own mistakes made while high.

But the later chapters are simply these disjointed, Bible-inspired diatribes about the satanic nature of meth: using it, making it, and selling it. It’s within these pages that you will find gems like: “Those who make meth must stir many ingredients together in a cauldron like a witch. The Bible says that ‘Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live’, with a ‘witch’ being defined as an ‘administer of potions’.” So, according to the logic of this book, if you stir something together in a bowl, it’s a potion, and you are a witch who must be put to death. I wonder if that applies to the makers of Tylenol, or even just a cook in a kitchen? Come to think of it, my spaghetti is pretty fuckin’ magical.




It should be noted that in the fashion of the religion they are, the social elite even have their own Heresy words. In the context of the sex hysteria it is 'rationalize', in the context of the war on drugs it is 'in denial'. These are words that they've taught to people and thoroughly ingrained into their minds, that simply mean "don't listen to this person!", they programmed them ahead of time such that if anything true about them is spoken they can simply apply a label to the speaker to trigger an automatic disregarding of the speaker. Words like this are called 'heresy words'



https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heresy

Heresy is any belief or theory that is strongly at variance with established beliefs or customs. A heretic is a proponent of such claims or beliefs.[1] Heresy is distinct from both apostasy, which is the explicit renunciation of one's religion, principles or cause,[2] and blasphemy, which is an impious utterance or action concerning God or sacred things.




http://www.paulgraham.com/say.html

Heresy

This won't get us all the answers, though. What if no one happens to have gotten in trouble for a particular idea yet? What if some idea would be so radioactively controversial that no one would dare express it in public? How can we find these too?

Another approach is to follow that word, heresy. In every period of history, there seem to have been labels that got applied to statements to shoot them down before anyone had a chance to ask if they were true or not. "Blasphemy", "sacrilege", and "heresy" were such labels for a good part of western history, as in more recent times "indecent", "improper", and "unamerican" have been. By now these labels have lost their sting. They always do. By now they're mostly used ironically. But in their time, they had real force.

The word "defeatist", for example, has no particular political connotations now. But in Germany in 1917 it was a weapon, used by Ludendorff in a purge of those who favored a negotiated peace. At the start of World War II it was used extensively by Churchill and his supporters to silence their opponents. In 1940, any argument against Churchill's aggressive policy was "defeatist". Was it right or wrong? Ideally, no one got far enough to ask that.

We have such labels today, of course, quite a lot of them, from the all-purpose "inappropriate" to the dreaded "divisive." In any period, it should be easy to figure out what such labels are, simply by looking at what people call ideas they disagree with besides untrue. When a politician says his opponent is mistaken, that's a straightforward criticism, but when he attacks a statement as "divisive" or "racially insensitive" instead of arguing that it's false, we should start paying attention.

So another way to figure out which of our taboos future generations will laugh at is to start with the labels. Take a label—"sexist", for example—and try to think of some ideas that would be called that. Then for each ask, might this be true?




PS: They use witch doctor forensics too

http://www.theverge.com/2016/9/21/13000 ... ues-report

The White House's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology said in a report released Tuesday that widely used forensic techniques may not pass scientific muster, and should be reviewed for accuracy.

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Already, however, the Justice Department has said it rejects the recommendations from the report. "While we appreciate their contribution to the field of scientific inquiry, the department will not be adopting the recommendations related to the admissibility of forensic science evidence," Attorney General Loretta Lynch said in a statement to The Wall Street Journal.


http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_ ... rints.html

The Washington Post published a story so horrifying this weekend that it would stop
your breath: “The Justice Department and FBI have formally acknowledged that nearly
every examiner in an elite FBI forensic unit gave flawed testimony in almost all
trials in which they offered evidence against criminal defendants over more than a
two-decade period before 2000.”



Thank god for a post here. I will read this man. Just give me some time. Jesus christ this is a wall.

Nigga..... fucking wall of text. Informative sure but damn dude lol
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Too much to read but something tells me I've seen it before.

Better tell me about which receptors are occupied when you look at JB's and which ones are not when you are deprived of JB's.

It's all about occupation of the right receptors.

Have you finally emigrated to Uruguay or wherever?

how many hours mrz wasted doing this post ??? :lol: :lol: :lol: jesuschrist

If you want to stay in pseudoreality that is your choice but this post gives you a decent overview of it toward helping you start the process of going into actual reality.



In a study published in the journal PNAS in 2012, scientists from Duke University in the US reported that cannabis had a neurotoxic effect on the adolescent brain, causing a loss of up to 8 IQ points in the heaviest users. They found that IQ, learning, memory, and executive functions all declined in heavy users who started smoking before the age of 18.

How did they count the IQ loss lol? Moreover, different studies proved that IQ tests and real intellectual capacities are not always correlating. Meanwhile cannabidiol and even cbd vape are proven remedies to treat many many diseases and even mental disorders (I mean THC free products only, of course).
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It is probably bullshit just like all of the other fraudulent horse shit from that establishment of religion.

The elites use illegals and immigrants specifically nonwhites or whites from poorer countries to create the poor class that acts as a shield for them. They are a great distraction for the natives to fight against. Elites know that most of these people will be poor and trouble makers but they can just spin it and blame the natives for not giving them "opportunities". The natives are busy fighting the foreigners and the foreigners will never fight elites because they are parasitic opportunists.

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