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Corey Feldman just named his second abuser who still works in Hollywood and owned the most popular elite teen club in the city which catered to child stars.
Hollywood, CA – On Monday, Corey Feldman went on the Dr. Oz show again and revealed the name of another of his alleged abusers. While the first abuser was a low-life convicted child molester who fled to Mexico, the second one is still working in the industry. The alleged abuser, Alphy Hoffman also owned the most famous teen club in Hollywood that catered to underage child actors during the time Feldman was molested.
On his second appearance on the show, Feldman described his experience with Hoffman in detail.
‘Well he was the guy who ran Alphy’s Soda Pop Club, and, uh, I met him when I was 12 years old,’ Feldman said on ‘Dr. Oz.’ ‘He came to my house to pick me up in his car, and I had heard rumors that he threw the coolest parties in town and he was very connected.’
Feldman explained to Dr. Oz that Alphy Hoffman was the son of Bobby Hoffman, a major casting director at the time, who died in 1993.
This post was published at The Daily Sheeple on NOVEMBER 14, 2017.
It’s inevitable that those who committed no crime will be punished for the actions of madmen by laws designed to enslave them. After all, that’s how tyranny thrives and Democrats were quick to jump on gun control once again after the Texas church shooting.
Senator Chris Murphy, a Connecticut Democrat who has emerged as a leading advocate for gun control, made an obviously emotional appeal on Sunday for Congress to address ‘gun violence’ in the wake of the deadly church shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas. Murphy’s lengthy statement pleads and begs Congress to start writing laws that won’t affect criminals or lunatics but will hinder the decent American’s ability to defend themselves.
‘The terrifying fact is that no one is safe so long as Congress chooses to do absolutely nothing in the face of this epidemic,’ Murphy said in the statement, stressing that time to act ‘is now.’ He continued, saying: ‘As my colleagues go to sleep tonight, they need to think about whether the political support of the gun industry is worth the blood that flows endlessly onto the floors of American churches, elementary schools, movie theaters, and city streets.’ The only more emotional appeal ever made was perhaps Barack Obama’s speech after the Sandy Hook massacre.
This post was published at shtfplan on November 6th, 2017.
I rarely write about gold these days, but the following from Reuters caught my attention.
BEIJING/SHANGHAI, March 7 China’s virtual gifting market, typically the domain of plugged-in young consumers celebrating special occasions or flirting, is luring major financial institutions keen to boost trade of another auspicious commodity: gold.
Tencent’s digital gold packets, known as ‘microgold’, are backed by the country’s biggest bank, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC). They allow users to send funds that track the real-time value of gold to friends over the firm’s popular messaging platform WeChat.
It’s a financial innovation on the concept of virtual gifts, such as digital roses and chocolates, more commonly used in online communities and which have more sentimental value than any tangible economic worth.
This post was published at Liberty Blitzkrieg on Thursday Mar 23, 2017.
Just in the past few days prior to this New Year, Obama has taken a tremendous number of steps in a very short time. You are all aware of the NDAA for 2017 having been signed by Obama. That document came with a ‘barnacle’ attached to the hull of Portman and Murphy’s ‘The Countering Disinformation and Propaganda Act,’ the joke of all jokes, supposedly designed to counteract false news and information. The irony of it that makes it despicably laughable is that every word out of the government’s mouth is a boldfaced lie or deceptive statement meant to steer the cattle in the direction the politicians want them to move. Perhaps their little ‘Act’ now made into law can be used against them.
Or perhaps not. Congress put forth an act to try and counter Obama’s executive orders before he leaves office. We see how that works, as one branch of Congress (Senate or House) comes up with ‘legislation’ to make themselves appear ‘tough,’ but it is stopped either in the second branch, or when it crosses Obama’s desk. Such ‘kangaroo’ legislation has been the barritus for Congressional ‘phony resentment’ and ‘the offense of their tender sensibilities’ for years, with no results ever obtained.
Why? Because no results were every truly desired. Everything was part of the paradigm shift, and the continuing efforts by both parties to ruin the United States. These loud, crying decrees and then calls for action resulting in nothing happening? These blusters were all the designs of RINO’s (Republicans In Name Only) such as McConnell, McCain, Ryan, and the rest. The prime example was Boehner in 2012 having the House of Representatives read the entire Constitution on the House Floor…and then Boehner did everything imaginable to subvert the Constitution and knuckle under to Obama, so much so that he was finally taken out of there as the Speaker, and replaced by Ryan. Yeah, not Nolan Ryan or Matt Ryan, but Paul Ryan: Proof you can’t replace a rotten apple with a rotten pear.
This post was published at shtfplan on January 2nd, 2017.
First of all, I want to thank you for the $50,000 check and the 2016 XJ Jaguar (550HPV8), as payment for helping you influence the US election and swing the victory to Donald Trump.
I was hoping for a classic bottle-green Jag, but it came in black.
I have several issues. I understand Chris Hedges received a Rolls Dawn, and (name unknown at this time) is now living in a villa in Nice. Several Breitbart employees are retiring to the Amalfi Coast.
If I had known bribes on this level were possible, I would have held out for a bigger pay day. Your people told me a car in the 80K range and a 50K transfer were top of the line. When I brought this up in our phone call the other day, you assured me you would add a bonus, but checking my bank account now, I see no new activity.
You know, I’ve always wanted to live in a permanent suite at the Essex House in New York. It’s right off the Park. Perhaps you could arrange that. Ignore my recent request for a van loaded with gold bars.
This post was published at Jon Rappoport on December 11, 2016.
CDC vaccine science covers up giant conflict of interest
If you wanted to buy a product, and the main source of research on the product was the company selling it, would you automatically assume the product was safe and effective?
But you see, that’s the just the beginning of the problem. Suppose the company’s research was cited thousands of times in the press, as the authoritative standard of proof – and anyone who disputed that research was labeled a conspiracy theorist and a quack and a danger to the community and an anti-science lunatic.
Would you begin to suspect the company had some awesome media connections? Would you suspect some very powerful people were backing the company?
This is exactly the situation with the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Read these two quotes:
The government’s Vaccine for Children Program (a CDC organization) purchases vaccines for about 50 percent of children in the U. S.’ (The Atlantic, February 10, 2015)
‘The CDC currently spends over $4 billion purchasing vaccines [annually] from drug makers…’ (Health Impact News, October 24, 2016)
However, the CDC is also the gold standard for research on the safety and efficacy of vaccines. It turns out an unending stream of studies on these subjects. And the results of those studies are dutifully reported in the mainstream press.
This post was published at Jon Rappoport on Oct 24, 2016.
I only have three words in response to the following article.
Gold. Silver. Bitcoin.
When the European Central Bank introduced a negative interest rate on lenders’ deposits two years ago, few thought things would ever go this far.
This week, a German cooperative savings bank in the Bavarian village of Gmund am Tegernsee – population 5,767 – said it’ll start charging retail customers to hold their cash. From September, for savings in excess of 100,000 euros ($111,710), the community’s Raiffeisen bank will take back 0.4 percent. That’s a direct pass through of the current level of the ECB’s negative deposit rate.
This post was published at Liberty Blitzkrieg on Michael Krieger | Posted Friday Aug 12, 2016.
We have to start with Brexit, which scored a victory last night. Britain leaves the EU. Bang. Other European countries are ready to put the same referendum up for vote. And George Soros is making money from having invested in gold earlier in the month. Naturally. The vulture never sleeps.
Speaking of money making money, the ‘hysterical aftershocks’ in trading markets, right after the Brexit victory was projected, are all synthetic and artificial manipulations, laid on to prove a point: see what happens when a country defects from the New Order? Meanwhile, the people who had real jobs yesterday still have them today. Life goes on. Britain will still be able to engage in trade with other countries, despite Obama’s warning that they’ll have to stand in the back of the line to make deals with the US. Nonsense. Blather. Obama is failing in his job as front man for Rockefeller Globalists. If he can’t get Senate ratification on the TPP and the TTIP deals now, he’ll be the CFR’s failure of the decade. Hillary, who came out against Brexit, is looking like a clown with egg on her face.
So…what is Britain leaving when it leaves the EU? It’s departing a giant robot, a structure of untold numbers of sub-androids, bureaucrats who have been making life miserable for Europe. Higher debt, unlimited migration, blizzards of regulations, grim political correctness. All in the service of a coming utopia, of course.
The real job of the EU is dehumanizing people, for the sake of humanity. That’s how faceless robot-bureaucrats operate.
This post was published at Jon Rappoport on June 24, 2016.
I’ve always loved ‘Failing your way to the top’ as a way to describe how the world of Washington’s intertwined political, policy, and media classes works. Not coincidentally, endless examples of handsomely rewarded incompetence no doubt feed Main Street USA’ strong belief that much of American life is rigged against it. So it’s more than fitting that the last three days alone have provided three more major instances of career Washingtonians getting major issues massively wrong – and surely in no danger of facing any adverse consequences.
The first comes from the Washington Post’s new first cut at a post-mortem on former Florida Governor Jeb Bush’s spectacular flame-out of a presidential campaign. Many lavishly paid political consultants and fund-raisers must deserve considerable blame, but no one’s been a bigger lightning rod for criticism than Mike Murphy. The veteran Republican operative directed Bush’s Right to Rise ‘Super-Pac’ (political action committee), and therefore reportedly made many of the key tactical mistakes that ultimately doomed Bush.
Post reporter Ed O’Keefe’s account of the disaster is worth your while, so I won’t list all the revealing anecdotes here. But one that’s worth spotlighting is Murphy’s admission that he didn’t detect the huge ‘anti-establishment wave’ that has been sweeping over the American electorate. In fairness to Murphy, this widespread anger probably doomed Bush’s candidacy from the start. At the same time, consultants like Murphy are paid the big bucks (reportedly $14 million) to know this – or figure it out – and develop responses that don’t repeatedly keep flopping – and laughably.
This post was published at Wall Street Examiner by Alan Tonelson ‘ February 23, 2016.
First, let’s look at the improved fundamentals. Gold bugs will exasperatingly proclaim that fundamentals have been great for the past four years yet the price plunged anyway, so who cares about fundamentals? To this I would respond with two observations. First, large institutional investors and sovereign wealth funds have been anticipating a rate hike cycle for a very long time now. They didn’t know when, but they expected it. The fact that the gold bugs never believed this is irrelevant; what matters is that big money believed it, and it was perceived to be very gold negative. In their minds, this anticipated rate hike cycle would confirm that things were getting back to normal, and if things are normal you don’t need to own gold, right?
The problem is that this assumption is quickly being called into question. Sure the Fed hiked rates once, but it is starting to look more and more like a policy error. Meanwhile, other major central banks around the world are going in the opposite direction, toward negative rates. I am a huge believer in market psychology, and the psychology dominating the minds of most institutional investors over the past few years has been that things were slowly getting back to normal. This has weighed on institutional demand for gold in a big way, and been a meaningful factor in the bear market (manipulation aside). If this psychology shifts, the shift back into gold could be very meaningful.
While that backdrop is interesting in its own right, what may make the move into gold that much more explosive is the lack of alternative investments…
This post was published at Liberty Blitzkrieg on Feb 11, 2016.