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Mainstream Media Labels Pedophilia Sex-Trafficking a Conspiracy Theory. Are They Involved?.

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posted on Apr, 1 2018 @ 06:49 PM
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a reply to: DJW001

You avoided a direct question.... typical of a biased response..,

False narrative. So, it takes years for cops to do the paper work to respond to reports of crimes causing immediate threats to victims? Just had a local shooting at a party with persons arrested the next day.


And I count two examples.....
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posted on Apr, 1 2018 @ 07:16 PM
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originally posted by: CB328
It's a conspiracy because it's an implausible, unproven theory seemingly designed solely to smear democrats.

If there were truly child sex rings all over America there would be some proof, and everyone would know someone involved. Of the thousands of people I've known in my life, none of them Have ever mentioned anything about child trafficking.

Churches are the only place in the US where this has been proven to happen, and coincidentally religious people in other countries abuse children regularly, mostly Muslims.



So the pedo-ring within the UK parliament from a few years back isn't even a blip on your radar?



posted on Apr, 2 2018 @ 12:14 AM
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originally posted by: fiverx313
cite and prove that those statistics have not been massaged. prove that anything trump has done has actually caused any of these changes, once you prove they actually exist.

until then, yes, it is a fringe right-wing conspiracy theory. the fact that you got roseanne to pimp it doesn't make it more credible. if anything, the absolute opposite... she's well known at this point for nonsense.


You think human trafficking is a right-wing conspiracy? You are a blindly ignorant person.

The burden is on you to disprove the statistics. When will the butt hurt stop for the left over the utter defeat of Hillary Clinton?

Or perhaps you're just too naive to realize how bad the human trafficking is in the world.



posted on Apr, 2 2018 @ 12:50 AM
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a reply to: Outlier13

If you had read the thread, you wouldn’t be asking that.

Multiple sources showing pro Trump sites misrepresenting human traffic figures to make him look better.

It’s the right making this partisan.



posted on Apr, 2 2018 @ 03:04 AM
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a reply to: Chadwickus

The poster I responded to made that ignorant statement within the fist few posts of the 1st page making your reference to "the thread" completely irrelevant. She stated human trafficking is a right wing conspiracy which is one of the more stupid things I've heard from the left lately. The left has made it clear that anything Trump related is automatically discounted.

Making an absolutely asinine statement such as she did is inexcusable.



posted on Apr, 2 2018 @ 03:26 AM
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a reply to: Outlier13

Actually they said:

prove that anything trump has done has actually caused any of these changes


Which is what Chadwickus pointed out.

The TC is that Trump had a major hand in any of this, not that " human trafficking is a right wing conspiracy".



posted on Apr, 2 2018 @ 03:41 AM
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a reply to: daskakik

Wrong. The poster claimed human trafficking was a right wing conspiracy. Here is a link to a report from the FBI in 2014 on the number of arrests (less than 400) under Hussein's administration. ucr.fbi.gov... Have the left just decided to intentionally ignore all of the nationwide busts that have been happening since Trump took office? What are the number of arrests up to now? Over 1,500.

For anyone to beat down on Trump for his efforts to curtail human trafficking are just losers in life. You people need to grow up and accept your butt hurt is here to stay though 2024.

The burden is on that asinine poster to prove the statistics on human trafficking arrests are NOT a result of Trump's concerted efforts to crack down on human trafficking. It's been part of his platform (you know that thing Hillary didn't have) from day 1 and yet another one of his campaign promises he has delivered upon.

Haters gonna' hate regardless.

MAGA


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posted on Apr, 2 2018 @ 03:47 AM
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a reply to: Outlier13

No, I quoted what they said. You read it wrong.

ETA: 2000 is more than 1500 if that is the metric you want to use.

No butt hurt here since I'm not even american.

You might want some salve for yours, though.


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posted on Apr, 2 2018 @ 04:13 AM
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a reply to: Outlier13

Haha, does everything have to be about Trump these days? I don't think human trafficking is Trump-related.

I'm not sure though, if you're intentionally misinterpreting her, or not? Are you? I'm not judging either way! It would just be easier to formulate a reply if I knew. Or do you really think someone in this thread has said human trafficking is a right-wing conspiracy? That seems bizarre, sorry if I got this wrong. I'm just trying to understand where you guys are coming from.

If the answer to my second question is no, then we can easily clear up this misunderstanding! You see, when fiver talked about statistics she must have been referring to the graph linked in the first post of this thread. That graph claims to show human trafficking arrests per year since 2010. It does not claim to show the actual amount of human trafficking going on; only the number of arrests. Or are you talking about some other statistics, somewhere? The world tribune article didn't even try to look like real statistics, just a couple anecdotes.

So, even if we pretend the statistics aren't fake, your accusations would still be wrong.

You accuse fiver of being naive, because she denies the badness of human trafficking in this world. But where did she do this? Read it again without putting words into anyone's mouth; she only questioned whether Trump has done anything to stop it. This is the opposite of naivety; it's implied that she believes human trafficking to be ongoing, in spite of Trump's alleged extra efforts to end it. No, it's you who are naive, when you buy these statistics so easily, whether you're motivated by dreary, partisan politics, or by such painful concern for the victims that you have to believe anyone who offers a solution.


originally posted by: Outlier13
The burden is on that asinine poster to prove the statistics on human trafficking arrests are NOT a result of Trump's concerted efforts to crack down on human trafficking.


That is impossible to do until someone provides real statistics. It would be foolish to try to prove that Trump was behind those imaginary statistics, because Trump is a real person and not an imaginary person. It would also be bad for Trump's credibility. Check out my earlier post where I showed how the graph is bogus, on page 4 I think.



posted on Apr, 2 2018 @ 07:06 AM
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I've long since watching the media here, its pointless, stories that should make headlines get suppressed and they all do it for their own agenda's, look at Rotherham and all the other places where sex trafficking has been going on by known people of a known so called faith, I say that not as a smear of Normal Muslims but as a factual representation of who the perps are yet it can't be said because of the agenda's out there. Again the issue here is that certain people get elevated because of faith or position and never get treated as what they are, common disgusting criminals.

Same with the press in America, cover story after cover story to hide the truth about what the criminals in power will do, I'll bet 99% of these news outlets have skeletons in closets re their anchors but people see them as the 'friendly face of news' when they are just doing the media's bidding.

Look at the disgusting ways Joe Biden touched and repeatedly suggested to the young girls about not losing their virginity, it was picked up numerous times by camera and audio yet where's the furore...

Media isn't worth sh*t...



posted on Apr, 2 2018 @ 07:41 AM
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a reply to: Mclaneinc

For reasons both economic and legal, the media can only report stories that are true and verifiable. QAnon is not constrained in this way. Since there are no oficial statistics about human trafficking arrests for 2017, the graph in the OP is completely bogus. QAnon is a [HOAX!], as has been demonstrated countless times.

Alt-right trolls are doing a great disservice by making false claims about human trafficking. By floating hoax after hoax, they are creating the impression that the entire thing is a hoax. This only serves as a smoke screen for the real criminals. Remember the "Satanic child abuse" panic of the '80's? It almost makes one think that #pizzagate and QAnon were created by pedophile rings as a diversionary tactic.
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posted on Apr, 2 2018 @ 08:46 AM
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For reasons both economic and legal, the media can only report stories that are true and verifiable.



Another false argument by you. How many times has the mainstream media blown the IDs and profiles of shooters?

Hands up, don’t shoot ring a bell?

Newspaper don’t print retractions daily?

Yeap, the media only reports true and verifiable.....




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posted on Apr, 2 2018 @ 08:56 AM
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a reply to: neutronflux


Another false argument by. How many times has the mainstream media blown the IDs and profiles of shooters


They should not be giving killers the publicity they crave. Unfortunately, the First Amendment allows them to do so.If they get it wrong from time to time, it is because they are humans working against a deadline. That is one reason why you shoulkd not rely on television or the internet for your news.


Newspaper don’t print retractions daily?


Exactly! When they make a mistake, they correct it. They must, or they could get sued for libel or lose advertisers or circulation. There are checks and balances on the legitimate media that are absent on the internet. Also, newspapers can be purchased anonymously and do not spy on you.



posted on Apr, 2 2018 @ 09:34 AM
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a reply to: DJW001

The media will run with a head line story until they are caught, and forced to change their narrative with a retraction in small print on the back page. Got it.

Stills kills your whole verifiable argument.



posted on Apr, 2 2018 @ 09:44 AM
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originally posted by: neutronflux
a reply to: DJW001

The media will run with a head line story until they are caught, and forced to change their narrative with a retraction in small print on the back page. Got it.

Stills kills your whole verifiable argument.


Provide one example, please. Repeated headline, small retraction. Just one from anywhere but Fox.



posted on Apr, 2 2018 @ 10:11 AM
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originally posted by: DJW001
a reply to: Mclaneinc

For reasons both economic and legal, the media can only report stories that are true and verifiable. QAnon is not constrained in this way. Since there are no oficial statistics about human trafficking arrests for 2017, the graph in the OP is completely bogus. QAnon is a [HOAX!], as has been demonstrated countless times.

Alt-right trolls are doing a great disservice by making false claims about human trafficking. By floating hoax after hoax, they are creating the impression that the entire thing is a hoax. This only serves as a smoke screen for the real criminals. Remember the "Satanic child abuse" panic of the '80's? It almost makes one think that #pizzagate and QAnon were created by pedophile rings as a diversionary tactic.


Wrong.

Pedophilia in high places is, unfortunately, a thing.

Weiner, who was wrongly defended by so many liberals until it became intolerably obvious,
is just the first among many...

....stay tuned....much more to come....unfortunately...



posted on Apr, 2 2018 @ 10:15 AM
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a reply to: M5xaz


Pedophilia in high places is, unfortunately, a thing.


Reading comprehension issues, I see. Yes, pedophilia happens in places high and low; that does not make the supposed statistics in the OP, and the lies of QAnon true. If anything, the alt-right hoaxes make real claims more likely to be dismissed as rumor and hysteria.



posted on Apr, 2 2018 @ 10:30 AM
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originally posted by: DJW001

originally posted by: neutronflux
a reply to: DJW001

The media will run with a head line story until they are caught, and forced to change their narrative with a retraction in small print on the back page. Got it.

Stills kills your whole verifiable argument.


Provide one example, please. Repeated headline, small retraction. Just one from anywhere but Fox.


You provide an example of a retraction ran on the front page with font equal to the headline that spawned the need for the retraction. Or just cite what page the retractions are usually ran on?


Did this retraction make the front page?



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An earlier version of this story erroneously said that Joaquín Guzmán was found in bed with his secretary. He was found with his wife. This version has been corrected.



posted on Apr, 2 2018 @ 10:30 AM
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originally posted by: DJW001

originally posted by: neutronflux
a reply to: DJW001

The media will run with a head line story until they are caught, and forced to change their narrative with a retraction in small print on the back page. Got it.

Stills kills your whole verifiable argument.


Provide one example, please. Repeated headline, small retraction. Just one from anywhere but Fox.


I am still waiting for CNN to retract their bold faced lie about how it is illegal for people to "possess" the emails that Wikileaks published. Only the media can read them, apparantly, hahaha!



Let me know if you ever see CNN retract this lie or apologize for their ludicrous attempt at misleading the public.



posted on Apr, 2 2018 @ 10:33 AM
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