“…The trove of papers, obtained by the Wall Street Journal, show scheduled meetings between Epstein and several prominent people, including three with William Burns, the director of the Central Intelligence Agency, when he was the deputy secretary of state in 2014. None of the names appeared in Epstein’s “black book” of contacts, the Journal reported, or in the flight logs of passengers who traveled on his private jet…..”
Season 2, Ep. 3 Xeni Jardin is a one-time straight edge who discovered cannabis after being diagnosed with cancer. A digital media commentator, tech culture journalist and co-editor and contributor to the website Boing Boing, she is also at the forefront of investigations into Jeffrey Epstein, the pedophile who famously funded dubious scientific research and died in prison under suspicious circumstances. We talk to the former National Public Radio, Wired magazine and Wired News contributor about Epstein, cannabis and cancer and the New York tech scene of the 90s.
Jeffrey Epstein gave more money to science after his conviction than previously acknowledged, including to famous researchers, leading universities, an independent artificial-intelligence pioneer, and even a far-right YouTuber who took Epstein’s money to make videos on neuroscience.
An extensive BuzzFeed News review of Epstein’s donations, public acknowledgments of funding, and meetings that happened after his release from jail shows that his links to top scientists continued after he was convicted for sex crimes in 2008.
Epstein’s scientific friends, including Harvard mathematical biologist Martin Nowak and celebrity physicist Lawrence Krauss, introduced him to other leading scientists after his release from jail. The full extent of Epstein’s largesse may be millions of dollars higher than the sums recorded by his foundations in filings to the IRS because Epstein’s philanthropy is entangled with that of his billionaire associate Leon Black.
“Gates met with Epstein on numerous occasions, with at least three meetings at Epstein’s Manhattan residence. Not only that, but the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation negotiated the creation of a vast charity fund with Epstein and JPMorgan Chase.”
“Bill’s great,” Epstein emailed to his friends, according to The Times. “A very attractive Swedish woman and her daughter dropped by and I ended up staying there quite late.”
” . . . In fact, beginning in 2011, Mr. Gates met with Mr. Epstein on numerous occasions — including at least three times at Mr. Epstein’s palatial Manhattan townhouse, and at least once staying late into the night, according to interviews with more than a dozen people familiar with the relationship, as well as documents reviewed by The New York Times.”
“Literary scholars have an adage about the interpretation of texts. They point out that the really important things in a text are often what is not said, more so than what is said. To really understand a story, you have to read between the lines. What should be in the story, but was left out? What was the motive for the omissions? This often reveals deep purposes and themes that are obscured in the explicit words on the page. It’s analogous to Sherlock Holmes’s dog that didn’t bark. Silence is often the real meaning in a story.
The scientific scandal involving pedophile Jeffery Epstein is horrifying, but it’s vital that we understand the real meaning of the collaboration between Epstein and the science elites. The most important meaning in that partnership between Epstein and leading Darwinists and computer scientists isn’t in the depravity of the man and his elite scientific friends. The most important meaning is in the silence in the scientific community in the midst of this atrocity. . . . “ (more)
How Brock Pierce ended up as an Epstein guest along with a NASA computer engineer, an MIT professor and a Nobel laureate in theoretical physics is a bizarre tale involving Steve Bannon and an international man of mystery who may or may not be dead.
” . . . . “I am resigning effective immediately from my position in CSAIL at MIT,” Stallman wrote in the email, referring to MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. “I am doing this due to pressure on MIT and me over a series of misunderstandings and mischaracterizations. . . . “
Some have figured out all this attention on pedo-Epstein is tarnishing his pedo pals who are now feeling the heat. Bill Gates and other’s in the upper strata are getting their wish – MSM to the rescue. The net is now flooded with stories shunning the perversions of 9 East 71st Street, the Lolita Express and the ordeals of the countless child rape victims coming forward.
“After probing his deep-state background and Illuminati connections, I was hoping to be rid of the Jeffrey Epstein file but here we are spinning another round in this Part IV of a saga of sexual perversion and financial crime that refuses to go away. It’s a cold day in hell for me to find any agreement with The Daily Beast, which means the Netherworld must now be sufficiently frozen to toss a few snowballs at child-porn producer Nicholas Negroponte and his acolyte Joi Ito. As founder of the MIT Media Lab and his pedophilia sex-fiend buddies with American diplomats and major corporations, including Boeing, all in with the George W. Bush team, Negroponte was involved in systematic rape and video production of kiddie porn at a Phnom Penh orphanage, that was busted by “the Father’s group” of anti-pedophile activists, which included Wayne Madsen, the late Gerald Thorns and me. Those tiny victims, mostly boys ranged from six to 14 years of age, along with a few subteen girls for some hetero action, until their expulsion on orders of Queen Monica of Cambodia. These crimes of underage porn produced at the MIT Media Lab later culminated in that coven’s role in the murder of reddit editor and anti-pedophile activist Aaron Swartz in January 2013.” – (more)
“While tracking Jeffrey Epstein’s secret career as an undercover agent for the Treasury Department, my search led to his associate Leslie Wexner’s connections with elite Illuminati families that control the financial system in Britain and many of its former colonies.”