Thursday, January 18, 2018

Pedophiles in American Government - A Revealing Discussion with FBI Whistleblower, Sibel Edmonds, on the Fight to End Pedophilia in High Places

The battle for disclosure of pedophilia within government has been difficult and long-fought. Only now are we witnessing significant progress toward outing serial pedophiles and rapists in politics and the corporate world. We may believe these developments are mostly recent, and this is largely true. However, the fight for the truth began long before Donald Trump's listening session of February, 2017.

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For a long while, the issue of pedophilia has been well-known among the upright members of government and law enforcement. Many of these brave individuals have worked hard to inform the public of the multitudinous crimes which the prestige of American office commonly hides.

Journalist, author, and former FBI translator, Sibel Edmonds is one of those brave people who still fights for the people and for the truth. Ms. Edmond's history dates back to the early 2000s when she demonstrated exceptional tenacity in her efforts to report the truth about the failures within the FBI that enabled the 9/11 attacks to take place. Sibel was fired from her position at the FBI for delving too deeply into the issue and the shady activities which led to the attacks on the World Trade buildings.

Edmonds now uses her skills as a journalist to investigate other issues of corruption within government offices. Though there have been numerous attempts by questionable parties to hamper these revelations, the revelations have been continuous and progressive.

There is much more to say, but we will allow the Roundtable and the website, Boiled Frog Press, do the honors.

As stated, there has been an extreme amount of progress toward the crackdown on pedophilia in government offices--both in the United States and in numerous countries abroad. During the time when this video was recorded, rampant pedophilia was not a very well-known issue among average citizens. However, since that time, there has been so much exposure of this issue, that it has become very difficult to ignore.

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Ironically, if it had not been for the apparent censorship of corporate entities such as Reddit, Facebook, YouTube, Google, and other questionable organizations, the public may not have known just how far these problems stretched. Thanks to the obvious cover-up which these companies have allegedly perpetuated, the people now know the true scope of the issue. And according to the thousands of Americans who are ready for justice to be served on the matter, it seems clear that at this point, we very much "give a damn."

The fight is not over, but as we continue to build the momentum, our united efforts will help put a stop to these crimes in government once and for all.

For a more digestive history of Sibel Edmonds and her rise to influence in alternative research, here is a short excerpt from her biography and

Sibel Edmonds: A Patriot Silence Unjustly, but Fighting Back to Help Keep America Safe

Sibel Edmonds, a 32-year-old Turkish-American, was hired as a translator by the FBI shortly after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 because of her knowledge of Middle Eastern languages. She was fired less than a year later in March 2002 for reporting shoddy work and security breaches to her supervisors that could have prevented those attacks.

Edmonds has been fighting the corruption permeating the FBI since her unfair dismissal and sued to contest her firing in July 2002. On July 6, 2004 , Judge Reggie Walton in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia dismissed Edmonds' case, citing the government's state secrets privilege. The American Civil Liberties Union is representing Edmonds in her appeal of that ruling. Oral arguments in the case are scheduled for April 21, 2005.

The privilege, when properly invoked, permits the government to block the release in litigation of any material that, if disclosed, would cause harm to national security. However, the government has employed the privilege to dismiss Edmonds' entire case in an effort to protect itself from embarrassment. While an FBI translator, Edmonds discovered poorly translated documents relevant to the 9-11 attacks and reported the shoddy work to her supervisors. She also expressed concerns about a co-worker who had previously worked for an organization under FBI surveillance and had a relationship with a foreign intelligence officer also under surveillance. In addition, Edmonds claimed that she was told to work slowly to give the appearance that the agency was overworked so it would receive a larger budget, despite a large backlog of documents that needed translating.

Even though she followed all appropriate procedures for reporting her concerns up the chain of command, Edmonds was retaliated against and fired. After her termination, many of Edmonds' allegations were confirmed by the FBI in unclassified briefings to Congress. More than two years later, in May 2004, the Justice Department retroactively classified Edmonds' briefings, as well as the FBI briefings, and forced Members of Congress who had the information posted on their Web sites to remove the documents.

The Project on Government Oversight (POGO) sued the Justice Department and Attorney General John Ashcroft in June 2004 claiming the retroactive classification of Edmond's testimony was a violation of the First Amendment. That lawsuit is still pending, although Ashcroft and the Justice Department have moved to dismiss the suit.

The remarkable act of retroactive classification exemplifies a dangerous abuse of secrecy by the government regarding Edmonds' case. At least two Senators, Charles Grassley (R-Iowa) and Patrick Leahy (D-Vermont), publicly support Edmonds and have pushed the Justice Department to declassify at least some of its investigation into her dismissal.

On January 14, 2004 , the Justice Department's Office unclassified summary of the Justice Department's Inspector General's report on Edmonds found that many of her claims "were supported, that the FBI did not take them seriously enough, and that her allegations were, in fact, the most significant factor in the FBI's decision to terminate her services."

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