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Epstein, Sex and Drugs By Mrs Vera West
I thought that news would dry up about the Epstein paedophilic sex ring for the elites, but there was news about an important Australian’s daughter visiting Epstein’s lair, and now news about the drugging of the girls:
“For two decades, Jeffrey Epstein built a sex trafficking enterprise that reached across state borders and spanned the globe. Using an almost bottomless quarry of wealth and connections, he not only employed recruiters around the world, but enlisted the help of an array of seemingly legitimate people — from hairdressers to psychiatrists to immigration lawyers and dentists. Even doctors who prescribed his victims birth control and screened them for sexually transmitted diseases. While many of his survivors were underage, there were countless others who were 18 to 23, a group of women who have been reluctant to come forward because, despite the ordeal they went through, they are ashamed and believe that the public doesn’t look at them as victims at all. But a closer look at Epstein’s sex trafficking operation sheds new light on how the multimillionaire and his accomplices perfected a process to sexually exploit and abuse young women that was so organized — and so apparently acceptable to many of those around Epstein — that his victims, even those above the age of consent, came to believe that it was almost normal.
“Not one person helped us,’’ said Sarah Ransome, a native of South Africa who successfully sued Epstein and his then-partner, British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell, in 2017 for trafficking her when she was 22. “Everyone around us had to know, because we looked so broken. But no one did anything.’’ There are few people who understand Epstein’s intricate web of accomplices and enablers more than Bradley Edwards, the Fort Lauderdale attorney who brought a lawsuit against the Justice Department after federal prosecutors in South Florida, led by then-Miami U.S. Attorney Alexander Acosta, gave Epstein an unusually lenient plea deal in 2008. To understand how women above the age of consent could get trapped in Epstein’s network requires understanding what Edwards calls “Epstein’s Process’’— the psychology behind a sex predator mastermind who homed in on the weaknesses and vulnerabilities of his targets. “He would find out they have no home, no car, that they need a place to live, and he would provide a place to live,’’ Edwards said. “He can get you to the best doctors. Sometimes he would do that and sometimes he wouldn’t do that, but the promise was real because as soon as you walk into his house and see there are legitimate cooks, chefs, and assistants, everybody catering to him — it gives this air of legitimacy. I mean, everybody in this whole entire mansion can’t possibly be running an illegal sex trafficking operation, right?”
“There were doctors and psychiatrists and gynecologist visits. There were dentists who whitened our teeth. There was a doctor who gave me Xanax. What doctor in their right mind, who is supposed to protect their patients, gives girls and young women Xanax?’’ Giuffre said. Ransome said at one point when she was on the verge of a breakdown Epstein sent her to a psychiatrist to whom she confided about the abuse. He did nothing except put her on lithium. “I find it so funny with all these people, after Jeffrey was arrested, saying ‘we didn’t know — we didn’t see anything,’ ” Ransome said.”
Basically, the elites treat the rest of us like a flesh resource, for work, sex, and anything they might need to harvest (e.g. those taking the blood of youth for regeneration therapy).
While our side in frustration often speak of the “sheeple,” really people are much like domesticated chooks, but less aware, and much less aggressive.