Conspiracy of Silence
If you think conspiracies are only for the crack pots, you have hit the wrong nail on the head. In other words “dark goings on behind the scenes” Jimmy Saville style are not infrequent. Nick Bryant who wrote the book “The Franklin Scandal: A Story of Powerbrokers, Child Abuse and Betrayal” knows more than enough about the horrors perpetuated by darker elements of the status quo on innocent children.
“Conspiracy of Silence” a Yorkshire Television 1994 documentary directed by Nick Gray continued to open the lid on Bryant’s denouement of “a vast child trafficking network” in eighties America. The ring involved respected business men, and powerful politicians in key positions in the US government, even the White House.
When the Discovery Channel was all set to air Gray’s documentary, it was pulled by “the forces that be” or rather, influential members of the US congress, and a media blackout ensued. Like Bryant’s book the documentary had denounced the aforementioned paedophile ring, and how it supplied children to the powerful by stealing them from orphanages and boys homes.
“Nebraska legislators nearly exposed the ring in 1990, but its unveiling had the potential to produce seismic political aftershocks. The legislators’ efforts resulted in rash of mysterious deaths and the overpowering corruption of federal and local law enforcement, including the FBI, Secret Service, and Justice Department, effecting an immaculate cover-up of the trafficking network.”
These grave allegations were also investigated by Gary Caradori a pensioned off state policeman and private detective in the eighties. He tracked down the organiser, a certain L King, who was involved in a multimillion dollar fraud. King was a small time crook plus “would be politician” favoured by the rich and famous, a man who sought his young victims from a home for lost boys called” Boys’ Town”. Sadly, after gathering together photographic proof of the horrors perpetuated on the innocent children, Caradori’s plane blew up in mid air with all the evidence on board. In short, he was assassinated.
Those who survived the atrocities still show physical and mental scars of the unspeakable abuse perpetuated upon them. Anyone who dared stand up to the horrors was threatened or even killed. Alisha Owen, a 14 year old “who fell in with the wrong crowd” was under pressure from law enforcement to repudiate her testimony. She named US senators and a police chief who raped her. She refused to recant and was imprisoned while her younger brother was jailed for joy riding, and found dead from “suicide” in his cell, he had been severely beaten.
This is one of the most horrific child abuse cases in the public spheres, and many still remain unpunished for the crimes they perpetuated on children. However, there is more than enough evidence to send many of the abusers to jail, but the cover up by both corrupt police and the powerful has protected its own.
The Kennedy Assassination
Those of us who believe the Kennedy assassination was not a set up, and Oswald was definitely not a patsy might soon have to change our views. Even though suspicions fell on the FBI, and President Lyndon Johnston himself, new evidence has recently emerged and it proves the Russian KGB was involved in the conspiracy. A former KGB big shot who defected to England brought with him the Miytrokhin Archive. Its documents backed up KGB involvement. The KGB spread false information about the Kennedy assassination. In fact they created red herring innuendos about who killed Kennedy by working undercover in the US. The Miytrokhin papers proved that manipulation of the Kennedy assassination took place, and secret service elements were involved.
The Assassination of Martin Luther King
Throughout his campaign for social and racial reform the FBI was watching King, and controlling his rise to fame: he was considered, we quote an FBI memo the “most dangerous and effective Negro leader in the country.”
Carl Gibson spokesman for “US Uncut” writes (1)”It really isn’t that radical a thing to expect this government to kill someone who threatened their authority and had the power to organize millions to protest it. When King was killed on April 4, 1968, he was speaking to sanitation workers in Memphis who were organizing to fight poverty wages and ruthless working conditions. He was an outspoken critic of the government’s war in Vietnam, and his power to organize threatened the moneyed corporate interests who were profiting from the war. At the time of his death, he was gearing up for the Poor People’s Campaign an effort to get people to camp out on the National Mall to demand anti-poverty legislation.”
Evidence is piling up regarding child trafficking, Kennedy’s assassination and new information on the assassination of Martin Luther King. The revelations continue to caste heavy dispersions on the FBI, a corrupt US police force, and the ex Soviet government. One can only wonder how long corrupt mechanisations of information will go unimpeded, sustained by the general public’s acquiescence of course. Perhaps it is time to demand explanations and not rest until the perpetuators are brought to justice? Perhaps it is also time to review the so called “conspiracy theories” and assess where truth ends and lies begin.
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