Dr. Dannielle (Dossy) Blumenthal

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Sunday, June 17, 2018

Happy Father’s Day Weekend.

On Sunday mornings in DC there are various radio programs dedicated to sermons. This morning on 94.7 FM, at about 6:50 AM EST, there was a pastor speaking about the importance of being involved with your kids at the play-on-the-floor-with-toys “boring” level (this got a laugh from me and his audience.)

He jokingly said that his little daughter preferred another lady (maybe not even a relative, I didn’t hear enough to tell exactly) to him, because he just wasn’t comfortable playing with her at the day-to-day level. This was his way of urging fathers to spend quality time with their kids because in the end that is what builds the relationship and it’s all that matters.

I listened to this and a lightbulb went off in my head. It was this one sentence he kept dwelling on.

Kids interpret involvement as love.

In that instant, I realized the reason that many children have trouble reporting the fact that they are being molested.

The molester is highly involved with the child.

The brain says “involvement is love.”

This brings me to #pedogate and #pizzagate, two terms I never liked, regardless of the fact that pizza actually is a code word, and regardless of the fact that child sex trafficking is a true worldwide crisis involving sickos at very high levels.

The truth of the matter is that #pizzagate was politicized in the beginning. The scandal emerged from the leaked John Podesta emails. Citizen researchers focused on all the ways that the Democrats were sick sex-with-children freaks. (And therefore should not be elected.)

Regardless of how true this may be — and numerous specifics fully convinced me the Dems are sick freaks (Obama’s “hotdog party,” the pizza bracelet with Biden, Biden on numerous “creepy Joe Biden” videos) — but so are Republicans.

After all, the Bush years gave us the Franklin scandal.

And Liz Crokin, in her fantastic book Malice (which felt very real), introduced us to a conservative politician character, very convincing, who was, lets just say, quirky — he liked a good “pee-tini.”

The pizzagate community tried to say that their research was apolitical, and that of course both Democrats and Republicans were guilty of pedophilia, but at the same time any mention of “their candidate” (the candidate I supported too, Donald Trump) was quickly silenced.

I continue to believe he is the single best president this country has ever had. But I also believe that he is not above scrutiny. And has a past, and has issues where women are concerned. And it’s valid to talk about that.

We aren’t going to eliminate child sex trafficking unless we are truly nonpartisan. (And I agree with Sarah Ashcraft that this is the correct and precise term, and we should use it rather than the broader and vague, desexualized “human trafficking” label).

We aren’t going to eliminate it unless we study and expose all its aspects, its historical roots and social contexts, and the political, military, intelligence ground cover that enable it to flourish.

Recommended reading: Pedophilia and Empire by Joachim Hagopian; anything by Yoichi Shimatsu on Pizzagate; and Epidemic by Lori Handrahan.

We have to read widely about this topic and remove the political lens when we do it, because the fact of the matter is that “children in cages” has a lot to do with the growth of the military intelligence complex post-Nazi era and we don’t talk nearly enough about that.

We don’t talk nearly enough about Allen Dulles (CIA), Josef Mengele and Operation Paperclip. Brainwashing kids to serve as operatives of the state.

If you want to get rid of child sex trafficking you have to go to the root, and not the branches.

Now back to Father’s Day, and the distinction between a real father and “I AM YOUR FATHER.”

Why did this man scream at a terrified child as he whipped him as the child begged for mercy that “I am your father”?

Sarah Ashcraft asks her father: “How about when I was 10 and you sent me, alone, across country” … “a human hunting party while I was naked and locked in a cage, made to witness murder of a young blonde boy. Should I talk about that now, Dad?”

A good father protects his children against predators.

A bad father (“father”) IS the predator.

How does the predator (male or female, Democrat or Republican or Libertarian or Green Party, etc.; priest or rabbi or Imam or monk) — how does the predator access the child?

Well you could say that some children, even many children, are born into it — as part of intergenerational cults, as children of Hollywood parent-pimps, as children of evil poor people who sell them.

You could say that the predator accesses the child roaming the streets of Baltimore in a car with a driver, and the child is a homeless teenage runaway and they have a colored handkerchief in their back jeans pocket to signify what they will do.

And you could say that the predator accesses the child because the mother is too deaf blind dumb and tired to notice her boyfriend is molesting her child.

But often enough — and we saw this with Jerry Sandusky — predators simply play the “lovable goofball.” They become part and parcel of the child’s life.

They’re involved.

Reports The New Yorker: Sandusky was known as “a hugger and a grabber and a cutup.”

Reports The New Yorker: “A pedophile…is someone adept not just at preying on children but at confusing, deceiving, and charming the adults responsible for those children.”

You see, the pedophile is very much involved and aims to substitute his “affection” for that of the good father (or mother).

Reports The New Yorker: “On the afternoon of May 3, 1998, Sandusky called the home of an eleven-year-old boy he had met through the Second Mile and invited him to a Penn State athletic facility.” It went on from there.

What do you think happens when a pedophile ingrains himself in a religious community that runs schools, and camps, and synagogues?

What happens is that the pedophile has the full force and weight of the community, because he is a trusted father figure.

The child, the victim, becomes the “problem.”

Vicki Polin, who appeared on the Oprah Winfrey show in 1989 to talk about being ritually abused by her family, started a site in 1999 2 bring awareness of the problem of child sexual abuse to the Jewish community. It closed in 2014 but is still there. The registry of “alleged and convicted offenders” is enormous and it is still live.

Jewish Community Watch also has a “Wall of Shame”: “If you touch a child inappropriately or sexually exploit a child in any way, you will be listed on this page to warn our community about the potential danger you represent to our children.”

For speaking out, Jewish activists got a “reputation.” For example, Shmarya Rosenberg: “a journalistic watchdog and whistle blower…has broken news about sexual misconduct, smear campaigns & dubious business practices conducted by or on behalf of stringently religious Jews.”

Just like with Hillary Clinton and the IG Report — which shows how the law enforcement community treated her with kid gloves — in the Jewish community nobody wanted to challenge people who were literally considered parental figures to all. (The case of Malka Leifer highlights issues surrounding female abuse by a school authority.)

Right now nobody in the Jewish community is calling it human trafficking (child sex trafficking) but that’s exactly what it is when you help pedophiles to prey on child after child: “the trade of humans for the purpose of forced labour, sexual slavery, or commercial sexual exploitation for the trafficker or others.”

I tell you all this about the Jewish community because this is my world. I love being Jewish but do you know what? These horrible people messed with my life, and they gave me and my husband enough trauma to last a lifetime.

And in the grand scheme of things, what we went through would be considered minuscule.

The only way pedophiles are able to offend with a child who volunteers to go with them, at least initially, is because the pedophile is very very involved with the child’s life.

And that is why pedophiles arrange to serve in any capacity where they can gain access to children — anything.

Fairfax County (VA) Public Schools made an excellent documentary on how girls are recruited from school into sex trafficking and it’s worth watching to see the former recruiter say how easy it is to get them with just a little love and affection.

On social media, one father has started a campaign to rescue his daughter, saying how he is desperate to get his daughter out of the foster care group home where other girls groom kids for trafficking because they’ve run away and been trafficked on the street.

This Father’s Day weekend I really have to ask myself what has happened that child sex trafficking has become so rampant, how have so many sick pedophiles substituted their “love” for that of good parents, and how have fathers in particular been elbowed out of the way.

And as a sociologist it takes me about two seconds to answer that question.
The role of mothers fulfilling their (our) natural nurturing role, as is biologically built into their systems, has been totally mocked, devalued, and nearly destroyed. Don’t even get me started about the class and race inequalities that leave some children so desperate and vulnerable.
While paying lip service to fathers, the intelligentsia has all but decimated masculinity even though, again, its capacities are biologically inborn for the male. Instead of taking young men and training they to fight and protect their loved ones, society criminalizes this natural instinct and seeks to collect all the guns in the name of taming male aggression.
Instead of promoting the primacy of the closely knit nuclear family, society mocks and scorns marriage and promotes an extended period of childhood where you will find twenty-somethings sleeping around in dorms then “finding themselves” for a decade rather than committing.
Instead of following known principles of psychology which tell us how children cannot handle adult sexual relationships, Hollywood bombards us with stories about “young love” to the point where nine and ten year olds think they need “serious boyfriends.”
Meanwhile the schools, instead of teaching critical thinking and literature and art and STEM, and how to budget and cook, spends loads of time teaching kids that it’s okay to explore your sexuality and here’s a book with step by step diagrams.

Do you know where self esteem comes from?

It comes from having a mother who loves you and a father who protects you — and vice versa.

In contrast, your self esteem goes into the toilet when your father is never around. How is it that Hillary Clinton can sell out America’s deepest secrets to the world, but one hungry Black man steals a Snickers from 7–11 and is jailed? Where are all the Black fathers?

Your self-esteem goes into the toilet when your entire country, or region, is subject to random drone killing with no consequences. When you’re held hostage by radical fanatics on the take from the “Deep State.” When your very real life is treated like…a video game.

When you have a world full of intentionally homeless “refugees,” what you have is a world without fathers.

And when so-called feminists whine about people like me, who supposedly support the President because of a “Daddy complex,” I really have to ask the question: Why do you want a world without men?

And on this Father’s Day weekend I have to ask the question: How did we get so far down a path that nearly succeeded in bringing down America, by elevating the state and bringing down both its moms and its dads?

For it is in the parental vacuum created by an all-powerful state that the child is vulnerable to numerous pedophiles.

And is forced to interpret their “involvement” — as their loving father’s hands are tied behind his back, and mom is fully “leaning in” to her own career— as a form of “love.”

Copyright 2018 by Dr. Dannielle Blumenthal. All opinions are the author’s own. Cover photo by ljcor via Pixabay (Creative Commons). Marker drawings by the author.

Saturday, June 16, 2018

Let’s start by diagramming knowledge.

This circle represents all the things you could potentially know — if you knew everything.

But there’s a catch.

For many reasons, what we think we know is usually fairly limited as compared with the potential evidence.

The truth is, only God truly knows everything.

To be concise about it, here is a list of reasons why certain kinds of knowledge will forever be obscured from our view: 
  • Our brains can’t comprehend everything. 
  • Our emotions give us blinders. 
  • Our spiritual level is debased. 
  • We don’t have direct experience. 
  • Someone is lying to us.
  • Information is omitted from our view.
In a world of limited knowledge, ethnomethodology is the study of how people try to normalize abnormal situations. 

For it is a fact that people try very hard to “go on as normal” even in insanely abnormal situations. Not only that, but people violently resist (emotional or physical violence) if you force them to confront the fact that things aren’t normal at all.

Ethnomethodology helps us understand things like why are we supposed to say “fine” when people say “how are you” or “great” when they ask “how was your weekend.”

Ethnomethodology is the social production of order from complete chaos. For people need to think everything is okay--and that limits their knowledge, too.

A sociologist named Harold Garfinkel pioneered the concept that we force everyday life to be normal, even when it’s not. He used something called “breaching experiments.”

Husbands and wives will relate. Quoting:
Case 3: “On Friday night my husband and I were watching television. My husband remarked that he was tired. I asked, ‘How are you tired? Physically, mentally, or just bored?’”
S: I don’t know, I guess physically, mainly.
E: You mean that your muscles ache or your bones?
S: I guess so. Don’t be so technical.
(After more watching)
S: All these old movies have the same kind of old iron bedstead in them.
E: What do you mean? Do you mean all old movies, or some of them, or just the ones you have seen?
S: What’s the matter with you? You know what I mean.
E: I wish you would be more specific.
S: You know what I mean! Drop dead!”
In this experiment one romantic partner intentionally “breached” the other person’s expectations of reality and the result was violence.

I sort of dragged out that example to make a point about the political climate in which the 2016 campaign took place. Because it was totally and completely abnormal, by any measure:
  • Insanely, egregiously biased coverage.
  • A political candidate who literally had everybody in power “in the bag.” Nationally and internationally.
  • Her opponent a total outsider to politics, and on top of it hostile to the Establishment.
  • Both of the candidates known or suspected to have a personal knowledge of the underworld.
  • Both of them suspected of mistreating people sexually.
  • One of them known to have misused classified information.
It was a campaign that was not supposed to be a competition. Even though we live in a democracy. 

More, it was a campaign where the mere mention of the non-favored candidate could get you punched in the face. And did.

No — it was not a normal situation at all. And I know this from direct experience because I was vilified for supporting Donald Trump. In fact, we all (meaning all of us who supported him) knew that to say anything in his favor meant a deluge of hateful, hateful attacks.

There was an insane phenomenon where people had to secretly support him, meaning they voted for him but would never tell a soul.

I lived through this and I still live through it. And I observed how the media went insane over any issue that seemed to benefit him and hurt her. 

That’s how I know that #Russiagate is a total joke and a horrible waste of money.

Even the way Bernie Sanders folded to Hillary when she stole the primary was insane.

But no matter what happened, it was CNN’s job to pretend everything was normal; generally the media’s job was to wring its hands at “the rise of the alt-right movement.”

Thank God, He put me in a sociology program (scholarship out of nowhere) and gave me experience in marketing and government. So I can tell you all of this with confidence: much of what has passed for "knowledge" production in the public sphere over these past two years is total bullshit.

Obama, a great marketer but also a very evil man, fooled many of us very well. Like Bill Clinton did.

The collusion was not between Trump and Russia. It was between these presidents, and earlier ones, and the machines that propped them up and sold us soda and candy for breakfast.
  • This is the machine that gave us war after war after war, when all we want is peace.
  • This is the machine that sends Black people to jail en masse, when White people are the ones committing the crimes.
  • This is the machine that tells me I am a heartless pig for wanting a safe and secure border. And just like Hamas, they hold up children as human shields. (If you don’t want to be separated from your children at the border, don’t try to cross here illegally!)
  • This is the machine that flooded America with MS-13 to the point where they rape an eighth grader and nobody is willing to follow up on that aggressively because guess why.
  • This is the machine that gives us a gang that stabs a man more times than anyone can count and then they rip his heart out of his body.
  • This is the machine that looks away as children are placed into foster care group homes where they are groomed by other children to be trafficked.
But in the machine’s production of “normal” we don’t talk about all this. And we don’t talk about a Hollywood that bastardizes its own entertainment events to insert messages promoting violent hate of the President combined with wanton murder and sex with anything that moves.

In the production of “normal” nobody from the Today show is doing a segment on the many, many, many indications of occult worship, pedophilia and mind control in “the industry.” Noooooooooooo.

And so now we can talk about the Department of Justice Inspector General's Report about the investigation into the Hillary Clinton emails, a.k.a. the "Midyear" investigation (section-by-section Word export here), because now we understand that many things interfere with the production of knowledge.

It goes without saying that many things also interfere with the conduct of an investigation.
  • Most broadly, and invisibly, institutions have a survival instinct just like people do. So there is bias to avoid any activity that will put the agency in danger of being dismantled.
  • There is the bias that the agency is a good place and its culture and rules make sense. That the governing laws are sufficient. Those matters are supposed to be accepted without question.
  • There is the bias that an agent is there to simply do their job which pays the mortgage. And the agent naturally does not want to see their finances or their family suffer because of something they did on the job in the name of keeping an investigation pure.
So they are biased toward picking investigatory tactics that can be defended later on, but which also don’t create headaches in the short term.

Or — and this is frequently discounted — they simply do what they are told.
In the federal government your job is assessed on performance, meaning how well you do your job. But you can get in trouble for conduct, meaning how you do your job — your behavior. And you’re expected to avoid conflicts of interest, and to keep politics totally out.

The central question of the report is not what happened in this specific investigation. It is whether the institutions called “DOJ” and its subsidiary “FBI” are set up to do the job right.

A prime example of the reality, which is that they are not set up properly (either functionally or from an accountability standpoint) is that there was no public information shared about any images found on Anthony Weiner's computer.

The Department of Justice and the FBI are who we look to when it comes to prosecuting such matters, and in the IG report the reference to “crimes against children” is limited to mention of an agent’s notes on p. 294. Subsequently, pages 295-331 of the report are essentially a series of excuses as to why the laptop was not properly reviewed.

This is an absurd and evil omission and it is not normal.

This is not about politics, it’s not about garden variety trash talk, it’s not about text messages between lovers. It’s none of that.

The people who care about the contents of that laptop do not care about how its discovery compromises the reputation of an adult. They (we) aren’t reducible to a stereotype from an elitist trope about “deplorables.”

The people who care about the contents of that laptop are everybody. They are grandmothers and grandfathers. They are Black and White and every color on the spectrum. They are believers in God and atheists.

That’s the truth.

If our current government setup is ultimately failed and corrupt when it comes to protecting kids, its partner is most certainly the media, which aids and abets this.

It is disgusting. It is wrong.

And everyone with a functioning mind and heart and soul knows it.


Copyright 2018 by Dr. Dannielle Blumenthal. All opinions are the author’s own. This post is hereby released by the author into the public domain. Coffee photo and black-and-white drawings, by the author, are also released into the public domain. Cover photo by Counselling via Pixabay (Creative Commons).

Friday, June 15, 2018

1) More thoughts on the #IGReport and the role #QAnon plays. (Insert generic ☕️ image here.)
2) The inspector general of an agency makes recommendations to which management responds. It is an accountability mechanism but not a totally third party method of evaluation because both work for the same agency and Gov. Not typically an avenue of prosecution.
3) In an environment where everything is not only politicized, but weaponized, the IG becomes a topic of partisan discussion. It shouldn’t be.
4) @POTUS is a complete outsider to Washington but he is an insider when it comes to power. He has an uncanny ability to understand where power lies and how to work the game to his advantage. 

The Art of the Deal.
5) Meanwhile DC was for 8 years stymied by all the schemes Obama pulled, starting with Fast and Furious.
6) @SharylAttkisson spied on by Obama who politicized DOJ 4 gun control, interfering with ATF, defying lawmakers (Grassley and Chaffetz) to hide documents, and Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry was murdered b/c Obama’s DHS made him use fake bullets in self defense.
7) The list of scandals for which Obama went unaccountable grew and grew. Gang members and refugees flooded the country. The debt piled up. There was this constant odd extreme agenda around transgender rights.
8) I don’t believe @POTUS wanted to get into the race. I remember watching him on TV totally frustrated about Obama’s “junior varsity” ISIS. “I wouldn’t tell you how they’d be gone, but they’d be gone.”
9) I believe @POTUS entered the race with a plan and a set of partners, namely military intelligence. @StevePieczenik had a number of videos on this.
10) From the beginning I believe the plan was to use the military to take back control from a shadowy network of powerful people who had an anti-American agenda to enrich themselves.
11) Ever the master communicator, @POTUSknew he would need someone to bring the people along.
12) During the campaign a white paper leaked from Joel Benenson that outlined D communication strategy around a supposed alien event. I don’t know if it was real but even if it wasn’t, that plus other docs suggested knowledge of 8Chan and Reddit as useful places to be.
13) Also during the campaign an “FBI anon” sprang up who told us what was going on (supposedly) and it was bad. It was never proven whether the person was authentic.
14) There were other anons who gave “interviews” to alternative media and their info frequently sounded like it could be credible.
15) Meanwhile Reddit became controversial over pizzagate, so clearly the use of anons freaked out *someone.*
16) @realDonaldTrump walks into this situation which included people on the D side who clearly were out there trolling for her. (To be fair we have to assume that all sides had their trolls.)
17) He knew that popular opinion was and is the key to his success and enlisted the only people he could trust to communicate - military intelligence.
18) Thus was born #QAnon. Who never tells us anything truly new or classified. Who doesn’t want any money. Who continuously shows how the President endorsed his/her work (through @POTUS signals. Who also talks in military code.
19) Nobody understands this code because we aren’t military.
20) The campaign begins by telling us how it is going to end: military tribunals.
21) Websites like qmap.pub and QAnon.puband qproofs.com spring up and it’s not clear who made them.
22) Because this strategy is fundamentally about partnering with the anons who deeply influence public opinion.
23) @POTUS speaks to them and they scream for more. They do all the work by deciphering the puzzle for the rest of us, who follow as if we were watching a secret soap opera.
24) Not only is the President a master of communication, he fundamentally understands the most undervalued properties of social media - Twitter and the boards. Twitter had no value before he made it interesting.
25) This is the reality. A strategy of desperation. A strategy that works.

If I were the bad guys, I wouldn’t waste my time trashing Q.

By Dr. Dannielle Blumenthal. The author hereby releases this post into the public domain. All opinions are the author’s own.