NXIVM: The First Domino Falls
The guilty verdict for Keith Raniere is the start of a mass justice process for the Deep State — and the media assets who help to cover up its crimes.
By Martin Geddes
The conviction of Keith Raniere on all charges as the operating head of the NXIVM sex slavery network challenges a common belief: that the mass media exists to help protect the public from such predators. Many of these institutions are now provably covering for the wickedest of criminals, because it implicates them and their allies in further (and even worse) crime.
To recap, the NXIVM case involved international human trafficking, child pornography, forced labour, psychological abuse, body mutilation, false imprisonment, kidnapping, racketeering, blackmail, and more. You might have thought that such a lurid case — with connections to Hollywood stars and senior politicians — would be front page headlines and top of the nightly news.
That it is not tells you something is badly wrong. The most disturbing part of this story for me is how NXIVM was running 11 daycare centres for children — and the media is silent on this. Rather than importing victims from central America for abuse, it seems that NXIVM was “farming” their own (and this isn’t the first such case).
NXIVM’s elite sex crime network is now proven in court, and there is compelling evidence of far worse revelations to follow. The executive order in January 2018 declaring a national emergency in human trafficking and seizing assets is also a fact. The bulk transport of children and drugs across the US/Mexico border is a fact. The exceptionally high rate of arrest and conviction for crimes against children is fact.
Meanwhile, the concerted efforts of the mass media to persuade you that human trafficking is not a major issue — and indeed to normalise paedophilia — is also a sad fact. The deliberate under-reporting of these arrests and convictions, and emphasis of manufactured distractions and crude diversions, is also a fact. The difficulty of taking basic preventive actions against smuggling children — like a physically secure border — is also a tragic fact.
These facts all point to a very disturbing picture: not just of widespread sexual violence by a privileged class, but also of systemically corrupted justice and media institutions protecting them and their supply of victims. Journalism is meant to work for us the public, and direct justice to those who are most vulnerable. Clearly mainstream journalism has failed here.
That NXIVM has only come to light now — especially if you are first learning about this from me — should give us all the chills. Yet these revelations also give us hope that things are improving. Everything I see tells me that NXIVM is just the beginning of a revolutionary process of mass justice. This is going to roll out over the rest of this year and into next year.
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