Epstein’s ‘Little Black Book’

The MSM coverage of the supposed suicide last weekend of the earlier convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein has been embarrassing, to say the least. This from the BBC:

Just hours after the high-profile financier Jeffrey Epstein was found dead on Saturday, unsubstantiated theories about his death began to gain traction online

And likewise from the Guardian:

Jeffrey Epstein’s apparent suicide in a US federal jail has launched a range of conspiracy theories online, fuelled by Epstein’s ties to princes, politicians and other famous and powerful people

Notice how alike the narrative is here, which I would say goes to show that two once respected UK media organisations are now nothing more than tentacles of a mafia state known as the USA. The MSM really have gone beyond a joke (a joke very familiar to anyone who used to live in the old Soviet Union), but thankfully the so-called ‘alternate media’ grows ever bigger (which is why the psychopaths who rule us are trying to heavily censor the internet) and there’s been a vast amount of sane commentary about Epstein’s supposed suicide. I’m not going to try to add to that commentary, except to say that last Friday, the day before Epstein apparently committed suicide, a federal court in New York made public a slew of documents from a 2015 defamation case involving Epstein. These court documents are a fascinating read and if interested you can find them here. I want to hone in on just one of these documents, which is Epstein’s contacts book, which you can find here. It’s all in alphabetical order by surname, so just think of any big name you want and see if they’re in Epstein’s ‘little black book’ (you’ll find the likes of Tony Blair, Peter Mandelson, Alastair Campbell and Mick Jagger in there, along with a whole host of other celebs); and bear in mind that a decade ago Epstein was arrested and then convicted of paedophile crimes.

It all smacks of Jimmy Savile again, and once again the cockroaches in the media will do everything they can to sweep it under the carpet.

We really do need the modern day equivalent of the Nuremburg trials.

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