I am linking this post because I think it’s credible and worthy of further investigation.
We are told the work on /r/Pizzagate (and other message boards) is illegitimate because people are rushing to conclusions, or because they are being paranoid, or partisan (despite so many of different political complexions provably working together). The subtitle here of course is that the State is solely legitimate to suspect and investigate crimes.
But what if the State itself is, in a systemic way, responsible for said crimes? It wouldn’t be a first; after all, democide (death by government, a word surprisingly absent from conversations) was the first cause of non-natural deaths in the 20th century. Whether one is from the right, left, or center, one cannot deny government is the number one abuser, enslaver and serial-killer in History. We may honestly disagree on the ways to eradicate the phenomenon, or we may regret that fact, but we cannot deny it.
So, if the State itself is committing crimes, it is the people’s sovereign and sacred duty to expose it. Those who understand this truth best tend to become journalists. At least, that’s what drove me to the profession.
Some people say that Pizzagate is disinformation designed to hide the disappearance of Julian Assange.
This could be what it really is. But it could also be that the Podesta emails released by Wikileaks have revealed a reality much darker than most of us expected.
I have personal knowledge of one person who was near the top of the Franklin Coverup, a story which broke in the 1990s. My knowledge of that person is sufficient to show me that he was part of a much larger network that extended far beyond Omaha, Nebraska.
Though never proved, the Franklin Coverup purportedly extended deep into Washington, DC.