child pornography

Brother Paddock

Mr. Paddock was arrested and the charges brought forward. According to the legal complaint, Bruce faced 19 counts of sexual exploitation of a child and 1 count of possession of child pornography. 

Bruce appeared to have had some 236 CDs with thousands of images of children, some of them under the age of 12, plus some 600 images in his pc. According to one source*:

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Nathan Larson: congressional candidate and pedophile

A man by the name of Nathan Larson, from Charlottesville, is running for public office in the US State of Virginia. This would be a totally unremarkable affair, if it wasn’t for some of his very murky past.
Mr. Larson pleaded guilty and was sentenced to a 16 month (or 14, depending on sources) jail sentence due to a and act of ‘civil disobedience’, as reported by the vast majority of newspapers. This particular act of ‘civil disobedience’ was, in fact, a death threat sent in the form of a letter to the White House.

Porn, Sex and Twitter -NSFW

Twitter has a pedophile problem. Twitter’s CEO Jack Dorsey is fully aware of this problem and choses not to intervene. He does not suspend users who actively post child pornography images  and/or videos; and neither with those that post bestiality content.
But, the problem, is that twitter also allows for zoophilia and bestiality accounts. Zoophilia is a  paraphilia involving a sexual fixation on non-human animals. Bestiality is cross-species sexual activity between human and non-human animals. The terms are often used interchangeably, but some researchers make a distinction between the attraction (zoophilia) and the act (bestiality)

Qanon: the Qult and the legend – Part 6

A lot has been said about ‘the 4am talking points’, and how Qanon super-secret-Intel were able to find the information before it became news. On the one hand, we have the explanation given by UnirockTV’s pastebin. The pastebin was a copy of an email UnirockTV says he received from one of the alleged ‘Qanon bakers’. In said email, the baker explains how easy it was for skilled computer people to simply hack into the ‘cloud news’ where most of the pre-packaged news were going to be served as talking points the following morning to the general public.