Take no part in the unfruitful works of darkness, but instead expose them.
Ephesians 5:11 (ESV)
It is interesting to note how people respond, if at all, to the Epstein Island affair.
Not counting the barely-informed Living Dead, we can divide the way people interpret the Epstein case into two basic groups: Normies and Curious.
Normies know a little about Epstein’s doings, but after they have displayed some predictable moral outrage their attention span wanes. For reasons unknown to us, they lack curiosity about such affairs. They dismiss any further information as “crazy” and then it’s back to shopping and Sports-ball. Their simplistic analysis follows what has been served up pre-packaged by mainstream corporate media:
Epstein was a bad, bad man because he became a billionaire exploiting underage girls by promising them modeling careers and then forcing them to service rich powerful clients. He needed to be be locked up. He killed himself. Good riddance. I do not need to know any more.
Of course, this is true—and it is right to disapprove of such depravity as exemplified by Mr. E. But to believe the superficial narrative of mainstream corporate media and leave it at that is inexcusable. Just a brief search into the backgrounds of Epstein and Maxwell will shed light on far-reaching and sinister connections. It is also fascinating!
The Curious side of the analysis takes the above as a starting point and then asks questions:
- How and why were Mr. E. and Mme. M. doing what they did and for whom?
- What are the backgrounds of the players involved?
- How did they rise to their positions of influence and power?
- Where did the visual information/blackmail videos go?
- Who would be most damaged by the information withheld from the public?
- Who might not want people like Epstein and Brunel to tell what they know as insiders?
If this stuff does not interest you, or at least pique your curiosity, I am dumbfounded. Just listen to Ghislaine ramble on about her Terramar foundation (if the videos are still out there…).
And don’t forget that ORANGE MAN used to hang out with slick Mr. E. back in the day . . .