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originally posted by: 191stMIDET
You seem to be jumping to the conclusion that we are a bunch of psychos with murder on our minds.
originally posted by: TheFlyOnTheWall
a reply to: Greggers
it came from here file....__._/file/. Search FBI
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##SNIP##edit on Fri Dec 2 2016 by DontTreadOnMe because: Mod Note: Do Not Evade the Automatic Censors
originally posted by: purplemer
Not asking for a witch hunt requsting the information is look at by law enforment agencies.
originally posted by: talisman
Look at the LINK below and click to expand images
Apparently James Alefantis' AKA- JimmyComet,profile picture is Antinous, who was a "boy lover" of Hadrian.
"and Hadrian took Antinous as a favoured servant when they were aged about 48 and 13. Such a societal institution of pederasty was not indigenous to Roman culture, although bisexuality was the norm in the upper echelons of Roman society by the early 2nd century."
Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale,
The Red Shoes
This literary work created symbolic associations which have become part of everyday cultural “usage” today.
Many of the features included in
The Red Shoes
have a psychological endurance in contemporary culture. Andersen’s concepts of sexuality,
mobility, magic, and gender are here traced through time by considering red shoes from the mid-nineteenth century, the time he wrote his famous tale, to the present day. Are “red shoes” simply red-colored footwear? Is the symbolic potential necessarily “readable” from the physicality of red shoes, or is it in the context of wearing that interpretive meanings are generated? Rarely worn by men today, why do red shoes continue to carry so much charge,
Red shoes synthesize multiple and ambiguous cultural codes. The meanings and conflicts around the combination of a color and footwear are highly charged as a cultural marker.The color red represents life and fertility in European and Asian traditions, but it also has associations with danger, war and death. Red is the color of the extremes of humanity, strong emotions, magic and reli-gious experiences. Anthropologist Claude Lévi-Strauss notes how in these “diametrically oppo-site” states, the color assumes a unique ambivalence, as it can be regarded as either positive or negative.
The highest ranks of the Catholic Church wear red vestments, but it is also the color of red-light districts, scarlet women and the Devil. The ambivalence between love and war, magic and religion, nobility and vulgarity, creates fundamental tensions in the use of this color.
This chapter also associates red with the concept of passion, a cultural sentiment characterized by erotic desire as well as obsessive urges, spiritual exaltation and suffering. A “red shoe” con- joins a highly charged color and a form that is also not entirely “innocent.” As Julia Pine explores in her chapter in this volume, the very form of shoes presents associations around the body, identity and sexuality. Shoes retain the imprint of the wearer’s foot, and their hollow shape can indicate a vessel for identity, a substitute for the self. This intimacy of body and spirit has caused many superstitious traditions to develop around footwear.
Historically, red shoes conveyed authority, wealth and power, linked to the status-enhancing cost of red dyes such as madder, kermes, cochineal and lac.
Red shoes were the prerogative first of Roman senators, and later solely of the emperor. Popes have worn red since the thirteenth century, while both Edward IV and Henry VIII were buried in red shoes as emblems of their power.
Now, add in the elements of Satanic ritual abuse, and it's gone beyond a "witch hunt" in the metaphorical sense and into one in the LITERAL sense.
Now Obama's White House has publicly asked Americans to snitch on their fellow citizens. And they want us to send our information to a government website - www.Whitehouse.gov!
So, just to make this clear: Obama has done something no president of this Republic, no matter how immoral or corrupt, has ever dared to do. He has asked our citizens to do what Communist Party members in Russia, China and Cuba have done for decades - inform on their fellow citizens.
originally posted by: Char-Lee
. You and others like you are the ones that have helped keep the whole thing hidden and safe from prying eyes.
All I care about is the children who go unfound, unsaved and left to the evil because People were afraid to look in case they are accused of a "witch hunt".
Tony Podesta. Known about town as a legendary political “fix-it” man, Podesta has turned his Kalorama home into a shrine to contemporary art, ranging from relatively under-the-radar artists such as Serbian painter Biljana Djurdjevic to those who are much better known (like French sculptor Louise Bourgeois).
Laura Wainman wrote a piece on Tony's home, published for Washington Life on June 5, 2015. In it, Tony lists Louise Bourgeois and Marina Abramovic (of "spirit cooking" fame, see first paragraph above) as among his top five favorite "artists". But the first "artist" in Tony's collection mentioned in the article is Serbian painter Biljana Djurdjevic. Here's a selection of her work (more photos available here and on her website):
Yesterday, I wrote a piece about John Podesta’s brother, Tony, also a major Democrat political mover and shaker in Washington. A high-powered art collector as well, Tony had photos of naked teenagers on the walls of a bedroom in his house. As the Washington Post reported in 2004:
“Not always. Folks attending a house tour in the Lake Barcroft neighborhood in Falls Church earlier this year got an eyeful when they walked into a bedroom at the Podesta residence hung with multiple color pictures by Katy Grannan, a photographer known for documentary-style pictures of naked teenagers in their parents’ suburban homes.”
“’They were horrified’, Heather recalls, a grin spreading across her face.”
—end of WaPo excerpt—
Then, yesterday, I wrote: “Does anyone stop to ask how permission was obtained to shoot those photos in the first place? And then to print them, sell them, show them publicly? The parents of the children gave their consent? The kids gave their consent? On what basis does anyone allow teenagers to make that kind of decision for themselves—or think that teenagers have the capacity to make such a decision? Technically, the whole operation may fall within the law (although I don’t see how), but on every other level it’s insane. And it’s child endangerment.”
Those e-fits where released by Scotland yard in 2013, and said to be two descriptions of the same man from two witnesses.
originally posted by: purplemer
Yes they are from wo different witnesses. Could well have been two suspects.
Considering the brutality of the crime i suggest it is worthy of further investagation.