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originally posted by: RelSciHistItSufi
a reply to: JanAmosComenius
Good call Jan... to add...the video URL could well be held in a comment line in the source code.
If someone could generate a script that outputs comment lines only from saved URL pages' source code then this would be not to big a job to read through. I'd guess at 80 urls times say 50 comment lines per page = 4000lines output to skim through?
Comment lines differentiated by ' , " , or * at start of line?
originally posted by: tiredoflooking
I am haunted by the stuff that surely goes on in this world, even if we never have proof of the people indicated here.
What gives me nightmares more so is when people make light of the subject or simply turn a blind eye completely.
That is why things like this can continue to go on in this world.
originally posted by: Skyfloating
This poster is a good example of the current mind-state of the majority. Denial of reality in order to shield themselves from Trauma. In their minds none of this Jeffrey Epstein-Clinton-Podesta-David Brock-Catholic Pedos-Rothschild Pedo stuff actually exists. It would be way too overwhelming to view the piles of evidence we have collected.
We'd prefer protecting our children from that kind of heartbreak. So as long as the majority do not become psychological adults, there will be no disclosure.
originally posted by: FauxMulder
a reply to: fiverx313
Just ask the people of Belgium if this type of thing is all fantasy. Politicians, judges, police officers and more. ALL involved. This is proven fact, documented in court cases, not hearsay. Here's a thread I did a while ago.
LONDON — A newspaper editor was handed startling evidence that Britain’s top law enforcement official knew there was a VIP pedophile network in Westminster, at the heart of the British government. What happened next in the summer of 1984 helps to explain how shocking allegations of rape and murder against some of the country’s most powerful men went unchecked for decades.
Less than 24 hours after starting to inquire about the dossier presented to him by a senior Labour Party politician, the editor was confronted in his office by a furious member of parliament who threatened him and demanded the documents. “He was frothing at the mouth and really shouting and spitting in my face,” Don Hale told The Daily Beast. “He was straight at me like a raging lion; he was ready to knock me through the wall.”
Despite the MP’s explosive intervention, Hale refused to hand over the papers which appeared to show that Leon Brittan, Margaret Thatcher’s Home Secretary, was fully aware of a pedophile network that included top politicians.
The editor’s resistance was futile; the following morning, police officers from the counter-terror and intelligence unit known as Special Branch burst into the newspaper office, seized the material and threatened to have Hale arrested if he ever reported what had been found.
More than 30 years later, an inquiry into allegations of child sex abuse rings, murder, and cover-ups has been launched by the British government after Scotland Yard detectives said they believed statements by victims who claimed they were systematically abused as young boys at sex abuse parties attended by judges, politicians, intelligence officers, and staff at the royal palaces.
In 1983, a controversial MP, Geoffrey Dickens, had made a series of incendiary claims about active pedophiles in the corridors of power. He handed a file containing the names of alleged perpetrators to Leon Brittan; publicly the authorities shrugged off the claims and no trial or prosecution would follow. The dossier mysteriously disappeared.
Decades later, Brittan claimed he had simply handed the papers to his subordinates to investigate and heard no more about it. Last year, he was forced to clarify his statement when it emerged that he had later written to Dickens to say the initial investigation had been deemed “worth pursuing” by investigators.
originally posted by: fiverx313
in a lot of other circumstances i've seen discussed in this thread, all you have is circumstance, or outright fantasy.
originally posted by: IgnoranceIsntBlisss
a reply to: AnkhMorpork
Well I try to only post stuff I think up, anymore.
And I havent been on my OP game for a while.
But maybe I should be the one to do it, as I was in the game back around then and saw the social media's evolution (in our sort of context).