Victoria’s Secret Style Lingerie Show for Little Girls Sparks Controversy

A fashion show for scantily clad child models seems like pedophilia to me. The girls in glamour outfits would find approval among American liberals who think that pedophilia is just another sexual orientation.

If you want to have sex with these girls, guess what? You’re a pervert!

It’s a shame that China is copying the worst of the Jewed western culture to copy.

metro.co.uk

A Victoria’s Secret-style catwalk show with child models has caused controversy in China.

Young girls dressed in bikinis and fluffy underwear have been pictured walking the runway at a show in a shopping centre in Chengdu, China’s Sichuan Province

The child models are also sporting full make-up and their lingerie is accessorised with feathers, jewels and even wings – just like the famous Victoria’s Secret angels.

The girls, some of whom are believed to be as young as five-years-old, take to the catwalk in small two-pieces and headresses as people in the audience take photographs.

The show attracted criticism from many on social media.

One user on Weibo, the Chinese equivalent of Twitter, said: ‘I do not support children to participate in such activities too early!’

Another added: ‘I would rather my daughter play in mud.

‘I do not want to let her wear bikini and then twist the body with a variety of shapes to please the audience.’

And somebody else commented: ‘If I had a daughter, I’d never let her.’

There are child beauty contests in the USA where reportedly little girls are similarly sexualized.

How about letting children be children!!!

The White Rose: The Left’s Push For Pedophile Acceptance (Video)

You will like this young woman. She presents a number of points that we make here all the time. There’s also a good bit of new footage and other material you may not be familiar with.

Published on Jul 6, 2017

Children are sacred beings, little angels that we must protect at all costs.

Updated with the following Twitter poll. 22 percent believe that babies can give consent to sex, as of this writing.

Pedophiles Go Home: Federal Judge Revokes Mexican’s American Citizenship

JOSE ARIZMENDI. CHILD SEX ABUSER. AREN’T THEY ALL?

In South Texas, extending on down into Mexico, the Mexican man believes he has the right to sexually abuse his young female relatives.

Although there are no details about Jose Arizmendi’s crimes reported here, it’s a reasonable speculation that he was drunk and did something bad.

What’s nice is that we’re finally getting some of these creeps out of the country.

Arizmendi is currently serving an 18 year prison sentence in Mexico for another rape of a minor.

chron

A federal judge this week approved an order revoking the naturalized citizenship of a Harris County man convicted of a sex offense more than 20 years earlier, one of a growing number of immigrants stripped of citizenship in a push that began in the final years of the Obama administration.

Jose Arizmendi, a native of Mexico, failed to disclose his 1996 conviction when he applied for citizenship, according to federal prosecutors.

“The Justice Department is committed to preserving the integrity of our nation’s immigration system,” Acting Assistant Attorney General Chad A. Readler said in a statement.

“We will aggressively pursue denaturalization in cases where individuals lie on their naturalization applications, especially in a circumstance like this one, which involved a child sex abuser. Civil denaturalization cases are an important law enforcement tool for protecting the public, including our children.”

The 54-year-old Arizmendi pleaded guilty in Harris County to aggravated sexual assault of a child in April 1996, accepting 10 years of probation as part of a deferred adjudication agreement.

He applied to become a citizen later that month, and during his October 1996 immigration interview, he said “no” when asked if he’d ever been arrested or convicted of a crime more serious than a traffic violation.

In light of his answer, the government approved his naturalization application and Arizmendi became a citizen later that year.

But eventually, his past caught up with him.

Through records searches, immigration authorities found out about his 1996 conviction, prosecutors said. They then flagged the case and turned it over to the Department of Justice, according to Assistant U.S. Attorney Adam Goldman.

“We did not take any action at first because we could not find the individual,” he said in a phone interview Thursday.

Just before filing the case in 2015, authorities learned Arizmendi was being held in a Mexican prison after a 2012 arrest there for rape of a minor.

Although Arizmendi might have qualified for criminal denaturalization proceedings, a 10-year statute of limitations forced the federal government to seek a civil denaturalization instead.

It took more than a year to work through the logistics of serving legal papers to the prison south of the border where Arizmendi was serving his 18-year sentence.

On Tuesday, nearly two years after the case was originally filed, Judge Vanessa D. Gilmore ruled that Arizmendi failed to meet the requirements for naturalization and unlawfully procured his citizenship by concealing his conviction, a move that precluded him from demonstrating the good moral character requisite for U.S. citizenship.

Now, he’s been ordered to immediately surrender and deliver his Certificate of Naturalization.

In the final years of President Barack Obama’s administration, the federal government began stripping citizenship at a pace not matched by purges in the 1980s and 1990s targeting naturalized Nazi war criminals.

So far, President Donald Trump’s Justice Department seems to be keeping up that pace.

The Department of Justice did not provide exact data on denaturalizations, but an investigation by SeattlePI.com identified 88 such cases over the past eight years, including nine in Texas.

SeattlePI.com is a news site owned by Hearst, the Chronicle’s parent company.

The 88 cases are a tiny fraction of the 20 million naturalized citizens living in the U.S., although more immigrants could be at risk of similar scrutiny as part of a government review of aged citizenship documents.

In theory, naturalized citizenship should be permanent, except in cases where the applicant is later found to have lied or become naturalized through fraud. But what qualifies as fraud can be surprisingly broad.

In a recent U.S. Supreme Court hearing, the Justice Department confirmed that naturalized immigrants could be stripped of citizenship for something as minor as failing to tell immigration officials they broke the speed limit two decades earlier.

In some cases — like Arizmendi’s — the factual omissions may be more central to the citizenship process.

“Applications for naturalization must be candid with all material facts,” said Acting U.S. Attorney Abe Martinez for the Southern District of Texas.

“Like in this case, failing to disclose material data should result in denaturalization.”

Levi Pulkkinen of SeattlePI.com contributed to this report. The Seattle PI is owned by Hearst, the parent company of the Houston Chronicle.

Whatever it takes, get these pukes out of my country. Start with the pedophiles and work your way down to the drunk drivers, but get their sorry a**es out.

Another Obama Kiss of Death? Monkey President Endorses Macron for French President

EMMANUEL MACRON AND SEXUAL PREDATOR WIFE.

Obama’s opposition to Brexit proved to have increased the resolve of the “Leave” voters. Will his endorsement of alleged bisexual or gay Emmanuel Macron for the French presidency also prove to backfire?

The woman who is Macron’s wife began having sex with him when he was 15 and one of her students. The left loves this. It opens the doors to greater public acceptance of pedophilia. The left also loves America’s gay ex-president too.

Lew Rockwell

When the arrogant socialist former president threatened England should the British people vote to secede from the EU oligarchy, it only strengthened the resolve of the secessionists and aided their victory. This suggests that the socialist candidate for president of France, Emmanuel Macron (mislabeled by the American lying media scum as an “independent centrist”) should be a little worried today since Obama “endorsed” him yesterday.

And Marine Le Pen (always smeared as “far” right by the lying media scum) should send Obama a thank you note. Maybe even a bottle of fine French wine.

France’s left-wing feminists are ecstatic over Macron because, according to numerous articles in the media, he began sleeping with his wife, who is 25 years his senior, when he was 15 years old. “It’s about time” the taboo on such practices was lifted, they are saying. His parents reportedly said that they “didn’t call the police,” but voiced their disapproval of their 15-year-old son having sex with a 40-year-old woman. Of course, Hillary Clinton also won 100% of the left-wing feminist vote. It didn’t lead to victory because 100% of the left-wing feminist vote is just 100% of the left-wing feminist vote.

Obama and Macro are two Soros puppets. So of course Obama was going to endorse him.

Alex Jones Apologizes For Promoting ‘Pizzagate’

Fire up the troops and then pull the rug out from underneath them.

Isn’t that a strategy that controlled opposition would use to demoralize the troops?

That’s what alex Jones has just done.

Interestingly, leftist Raw Story reports that the 60 Minutes interview with Mike Cernovich on Sunday night (see my earlier post on Cernovich by scrolling down the homepage) included a segment where 60 Minutes tries to debunk #pizzagate.

First, the story.

WBUR

Longtime conspiracy theorist and propagator Alex Jones has apologized to the Washington, D.C. pizzeria Comet Ping Pong and its owner James Alefantis for his show’s role in promoting the false “pizzagate” conspiracy theory involving a child sex-abuse ring.

Jones, the host of the radio and web show bearing his name and the owner of the website Infowars, said from a prepared statement that to his knowledge, “neither Mr. Alefantis, nor his restaurant Comet Ping Pong, were involved in any human trafficking as was part of the theories about Pizzagate that were being written about in many media outlets and which we commented upon.”

He continued: “I want our viewers and listeners to know that we regret any negative impact our commentaries may have had on Mr. Alefantis, Comet Ping Pong, or its employees. We apologize to the extent our commentaries could be construed as negative statements about Mr. Alefantis or Comet Ping Pong, and we hope that anyone else involved in commenting on Pizzagate will do the same thing.”

Jones’ apology Friday came the same day a 28-year-old man pleaded guilty to charges related to a December incident when he brought an AR-15 rifle and other weapons into the restaurant and fired shots inside. Edgar Maddison Welch, of Salisbury, N.C., said he drove from his home to the Washington restaurant to “self-investigate” the conspiracy theory.

False rumors on the Internet included allegations that a child sex ring was operating out of the restaurant’s nonexistent basement and that it involved Hillary Clinton and her former campaign chairman John Podesta. Employees of Comet have received many threatening phone calls and have been the targets of online harassment and death threats.

The Daily Beast reported that Welch was a Facebook fan of Jones and Infowars, and Welch told The New York Times he had listened to Jones’ radio show.

Multiple times in the statement, Jones says that “many media outlets” were reporting on the theories; it could be seen as an attempt to minimize the role his show played in their promotion.

Despite Jones’ claim that the reason for the apology is because “we think it is the right thing to do,” it may have more to do with the perceived threat of legal action from Alefantis, who wrote to Jones in February asking for several retractions. The Washington Post’s Paul Farhi explains:

“Under Texas law, the Austin-based Jones had to retract or apologize for the stories by Friday — one full month after receiving Alefantis’s letter — to avoid exposing InfoWars to punitive damages in a libel suit.”

It’s rare for Jones to make a public apology. The Infowars website has a correction section. There are only two entries, of which the Comet apology is one.

Infowars describes the mission of Jones and the website as “seeking the truth and exposing the scientifically engineered lies of the globalists and their ultimate goal of enslaving humanity.”

NPR’s David Folkenflik noted other conspiracy theories Jones has discussed:

“Jones has claimed the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks were an inside job, that the deadly shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School was a hoax, and that President Obama would round up people into concentration camps.”

Jones was not the originator of “pizzagate,” however, which has spread on social media and on sites like Reddit.

Even after its wide debunking by most mainstream media outlets, “pizzagate” continues, as evidenced by the small group of protesters who gathered near the White House on Saturday:

The Hill’s Will Sommer reports that Jones’ apology isn’t enough to sway the hard-core believers:

Social psychology professor Viren Swami of Anglia Ruskin University told NPR’s Michel Martin that it’s hard to change someone’s belief once that person accepts a conspiracy theory. “We look for evidence that fits what we already know or what we already believe, and we try to avoid information or evidence that we either disagree with or that we know doesn’t fit with our perspective,” he said. “And if someone comes along and says, here’s the evidence, your natural tendency’s actually to rehearse arguments against that evidence.”

A lawsuit by Alefantis? That seems highly unlikely. It would expose things related to the John Podesta emails that Podesta would not want exposed.

Forget about the idea that #pizzagate has been debunked, as claimed in the article. For something to be debunked, there must be an investigation. There has been no investigation of the bizarre goings on at Comet pizza.

And why hasn’t Alefantis gone after David Seaman, the subject of an earlier post (scroll down on the homepage from this post). Seaman has brutally exposed the Podesta emails to a large audience of his followers.

If anything, Seaman has more street cred than Jones, who is widely seen as controlled opposition. Seaman suffers the same labeling, but his focus in life is almost solely on #pizzagate, unlike Jones who spreads himself across numerous issues.

Barack Loses Michelle for Month Long Polynesian Vacation

“BATH HOUSE BARRY” OBAMA LANDING IN TAHITI.

Three things stand out in this story if you’re savvy enough to catch them:

1. Obama stopped in Hawaii at the time the federal judge there ruled against Trump travel ban 2. Did Obama speak with the judge before hand? We’ll never know, but it’s suspicious.

2. The absence of Michelle (or Michael, as the case may be) offers some evidence that the marriage between a down low gay president and his “wife” is fake. Obama will certainly be free to enjoy his houseboys in the privacy that he lacked in the White House.

3. I’ve seen Internet chatter suggesting that Obama is on the verge of being arrested and that Tahiti has no extradition treaty with the U.S. According to this list of countries with no extradition treaty, that’s not true. Tahiti is a French overseas country. I assume that French treaties are binding in Tahiti. However, there is the complication that France will not extradite someone facing the death penalty.

One more thing. Obama’s Secret Service agents are getting some nice duty at taxpayer expense.

AOL

Former President Barack Obama kicked off a month-long vacation on Wednesday, but his wife was nowhere to be found.

Barack Obama arrived in French Polynesia on Wednesday, where he will reportedly spend a month at the luxury Tetiaroa atoll retreat — a high-end escape owned by late actor Marlon Brando.

Obama will reportedly spend his time on the island of Tahiti without political meetings, or any of his family members. The 44th president has been in public sight numerous times since leaving his White House position — including a New York outing with U2’s Bono and a rockstar vacation in the British Virgin Islands with Richard Branson. The notorious March Madness fanatic even had time to fill out his 2017 NCAA tournament bracket.

Before arriving for his luxury stay in Tahiti, Obama made a stop in Hawaii for some golf play. A “Noi Thai Cuisine” restaurant posted pictures of the former commander in chief dining at their establishment.

The French Polynesian resort at which Obama is staying is quoted at costing between the euro equivalent of $2,150 and $13,201 dollars per night.

Both Barack and Michelle Obama signed massive book deals with Penguin Random House earlier this month, signaling their plans to stay visible as though leaders in the public eye. It is unclear what caused the former president’s wife to stay behind during Barack Obama’s trip, but the former first lady is also set to appear as a judge on tonight’s episode of “MasterChef Junior,” hosted by Chef Gordon Ramsay.

Meanwhile, back at Obama’s house in Washington, Valerie Jarrett is plotting the overthrow of President Trump. Obama may get his two cents worth in on that even if he is spending hours each day on an island canoe with a rent boy or two.

David Seaman Emerges to Address His Disappearance Over Pizzagate Slander

THIS PHOTO ILLUSTRATED A BUZZFEED ARTICLE ON DAVID SEAMAN.

When leading #pizzagate researcher David Seaman took down all his youtube videos and shut down his Twitter account, many of us were mystified.

Buzzfeed, a truly vile leftist site published a hit piece on David on February 25, which apparently upset him enough to disappear himself from the Internet temporarily.

Buzzfeed tries to label people who tell the truth as crazies.

To wit, the conspiracy-news internet’s biggest stars, some of whom now enjoy New Yorker profiles and presidential influence, largely live on YouTube — some of them on the site’s news channel. Infowars — whose founder and host, Alex Jones, claims Sandy Hook didn’t happen, Michelle Obama is a man, and 9/11 was an inside job — broadcasts to 2 million subscribers on YouTube. So does Michael “Gorilla Mindset” Cernovich. So too do a whole genre of lesser-known but still wildly popular YouTubers, people like Seaman and Stefan Molyneux (an Irishman closely associated with the popular “Truth About” format). As do a related breed of prolific political-correctness watchdogs like Paul Joseph Watson and Sargon of Akkad (real name: Carl Benjamin), whose videos focus on the supposed hypocrisies of modern liberal culture and the ways they leave Western democracy open to a hostile Islamic takeover. As do a related group of conspiratorial white-identity vloggers like Red Ice TV, which regularly hosts neo-Nazis in its videos.

The Buzzfeed piece goes on to plant the idea in the public mind that all content that the left doesn’t like (Holocaust truth, for example) should be removed by youtube. In other words, it’s time to clean up the Internet and make it politically correct.

I guess Buzzfeed thinks that the idea of a Satanic cult of (((powerful people))), exposed by Seaman and thousands of others, is a good place to start.

Interestingly, a lady I know who is a Trump supporter and a believer in conspiracies becomes enraged with me when I bring up Pizzagate. She angrily denounces it as fake news.

Anyway, here’s David Seaman’s response to the smear job on “conspiracy theorists,” himself in particular.

Fulcrum News

Note From David

FEBRUARY 27, 2017
I got the word I would be attacked a lot this week. “Character assassination.”

Let them do it. Let them say whatever they want. I helped get the word out in time, and that changes history. Fake News corporate media, owned by the people who lost the election, does not represent truth or knowledge or wisdom.

I just don’t want to see it. I’m somewhere safe and will return to my usual media schedule next week sometime. It is tedious to reply to their made-up theories about me. They use the same playbook all the time- it’s called Saul Alinsky’s “Rules for Radicals.”

I don’t recommend you read it. It will lower your energy level; it’s a book about manipulating people and breaking people, rather than healing through love and insight. But, of course, many in the political class are still operating out of that old paradigm where they need to break and harm us, bend us to their will. I opt out of that paradigm, as should each of you.

Anyone with half a mind knows I did not go through what I went through over the last 4 months to promote an out of print Internet marketing textbook I wrote 9 years ago. Anyone with a half a heart knows I did not become one of the first US journalists to call out the ring’s child trafficking in order to make money from a gold company’s affiliate program. And anyone who is a friend knows I do not like George Soros. I’ve read his books, he has a legendary financial mind (or did until recently), and he has used his wealth and power to make our world less safe, less beautiful, and more fear-based.

That’s not acceptable. Ironically, some of the groups calling me a Soros shill are likely financed by him. Why do that? Well, it’s in Rules for Radicals- these are not nice people.

As for my YouTube, the videos have been deleted for legal reasons. I will be able to discuss this more next week, when I return to my regular public schedule.

God bless you all and thank you for being people of great integrity, people who aren’t swayed by the flicker of dishonest people on TV and dishonest bloggers at Buzzfeed and elsewhere.

A new world is ahead. Not a new world order, as they intended. A free world.

As was posted on Saboteur365 on February 26 in the comments section, there are doubts about his sincerity that some of us hold.

Feel free to disagree with me, but I believe he’s sincere in wanting to see the Deep State dismantled, with the #pizzagate players disgraced and imprisoned. He may have faults, like we all do, but his heart is in the right place.

Am I wrong?