The fruit of the poisoned dialectic: How policing, gender lesbian sexology, and religious conservatives are attacking free speech-and real estate gang stalking case study

SESTA is drafted with language that presumes that sex trafficking laws are clearly and unequivocally good in their results. And what that Oakland example suggests is that this belief is a myth.   Beyond ICE In Oakland: How SESTA Threatens To Chill Any Online Discussion About Immigration from the trafficking-is-in-the-ICE-of-the-beholder dept By Cathy Gellis of … Continue reading The fruit of the poisoned dialectic: How policing, gender lesbian sexology, and religious conservatives are attacking free speech-and real estate gang stalking case study

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The porn deluge, compromise operations, OSI Informers, and intelligence assets.

SO, there you are a traveling businessman from any of many countries- but you are a key player in a negotiation between a Chinese billionaire who needs to shuffle some cash out of the country, and an American company that handles EB5 transactions-and you land in Reston, VA after an 18 hour flight. You also … Continue reading The porn deluge, compromise operations, OSI Informers, and intelligence assets.

The UN’s “Transatlantic organized crime” initiative: Pulling the number 13 out of a rabbit hole

I have demonstrated in multiple places on this blog that OGS is frequently implicated in cases that target the "control of the sex supply," as international banking interests and billionaires seek to become the pimps of our daughters; but also that frequent targets are "free agency prostitutes," and whole industries where profit is derived from … Continue reading The UN’s “Transatlantic organized crime” initiative: Pulling the number 13 out of a rabbit hole

Japan, the UN, enjo kosai, and “organized gang” stalking: how NGO’s, and the UN gang stalk ‘organized crime’|JapanTimes.co.jp

Conspiracy theory becomes frightening reality for Japan: The UN and organized stalking is trans-national, via the The U.N. Convention against Transnational Organized Crime. by Colin P.A. Jones Ever since the Meiji Period (1868-1912), treaties and other countries have been used to justify laws the Japanese people neither want nor need, so there’s nothing new here. … Continue reading Japan, the UN, enjo kosai, and “organized gang” stalking: how NGO’s, and the UN gang stalk ‘organized crime’|JapanTimes.co.jp