Purported “rape survivor” and Bill Clinton victim Juanita Broaddrick, followed by nearly 140,000 people on Twitter, tweeted the following just hours ago — “I ask again. Why is Ghislaine Maxwell running free. Vanity Fair, 8-12-19, quoted her as saying about the victims..... ‘They’re nothing, these girls. They are trash’. I repeat. Why is she not in jail?”
At some level, her tweet is channeling the anger and growing confusion many in the world are experiencing. Billionaire convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, who was presumed to be America’s most valuable prisoner and suspect, was found dead in his cell with breaks to his neck bones — consistent, forensic experts say, with either strangulation or suicide by hanging.
The fractures Epstein exhibited are more commonly found with strangulation victims than with suicide by hanging, but that fact hasn’t stopped some of the “blue checkmark” verified journalists on Twitter from trying to throw cold water on the weirdness of this all.
Some of them are vocally asserting that this was a suicide, not a murder, and that these things simply happen in America’s overburdened, racially prejudiced prison system.
Um, alright. We are not disputing either of those claims, it’s just that we don’t see how either of those things pertain here: Epstein, a wealthy white man who included President Bill Clinton and Lynn Rothschild among his close friends, had already been transferred to a supposed “suicide watch” wing due to previously being found unconscious and injured in his prior cell.
What, exactly, did Epstein hang himself with in his new suicide watch cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center — heavily guarded & monitored 24/7 — and a cell designed to deter even the most deranged, committed of criminals from ending their lives prematurely.
Aside from the ongoing mystery of Epstein’s death, as Broaddrick pointed out, his alleged chief accomplice is still free. Almost impossibly, The New York Post and others have reported she was spotted at an In-N-Out Burger in Los Angeles, a coast away from her friend’s legal woes in New York.
Why don’t prosecutors have her in custody already?
After Attorney General Barr’s comments about the unacceptable unanswered questions surrounding Epstein’s death, how is this even remotely acceptable?
To be fair, In-N-Out does have very good burgers, affordable and fresh.
In all seriousness, though, if you want to pierce the veil here and understand what may indeed be going on, it will take a brief suspension of disbelief. The world simply is not as we were taught it is back in high school or college or wherever — it’s not a meritocracy, where the best are rewarded, and where the wicked are promptly punished by authorities, and so on.
Instead, the world (at least here in the West) is more akin to the strange stratified world of secrecy, and secret sex acts, revealed in Stanley Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut, which incidentally was his last film project before his death.
The film, part of which was actually filmed in a historical Rothschild-owned mansion, shows a young doctor played by Tom Cruise who stumbles into a secret society that engages in late-night strange mass orgies. The members of this society, much to his character’s surprise, include some prominent members of society.
When the secret society realizes Cruise’s character has attempted to infiltrate them, the response is swift, severe, and increasingly bizarre. His beautiful wife is played by Nicole Kidman, who later relayed to the public that the film’s director, Kubrick, told her that pedophiles run the world.
“Stanley told me the world is run by pedophiles,” was the exact quote she gave during an interview promoting a HBO project some time later. “He [Stanley Kubrick] studied secret societies his whole life, he was fascinated by them, and he said the elite, the top secret societies, they are full of men with a certain predilection. They are tied together, sort of bonded, by pedophilia,” she told the interviewer.
“They all know each other’s dark secrets. There is no way out for any of them. It’s a lifetime bond. Even if one of them wanted to go straight, repent, so to speak, he can’t. His peers will bring him down. They are in it until death, driving the world to ruin. That’s kind of how Stanley explained it but it was all very complex. I’m probably not doing it justice.”
She’s doing it more justice than most, I’m afraid, and an A-list actress like her worth millions probably knows more about the subject than most as well.
So, to answer Juanita Broaddrick’s question posed on Twitter, Maxwell is a member of some very powerful secret clubs — and prosecutors, FBI agents, and anyone else under the sun will tread carefully in taking her down, if they do at all.
Are the people who know our past leaders’ dark secrets, fantasies, and (maybe) violent crimes more powerful than anyone else?
I think you already know the answer.