Tuesday, 13 August 2019

Jeffrey Epstein Death Portal

Jeffrey Epstein is dead. The arrested sex offender I reported on here, https://hpanwo-voice.blogspot.com/2019/07/jeffrey-epstein-arrested.html, is no more. I'm not sorry and I expect most other people are not. The mainstream media is reporting that it was a suicide, although the timing and the physical difficulty of Epstein taking his own life make that highly implausible in my view. Despite many establishment claims of "coincidence!" and "the CCTV broke down!" etc, many millions of people across the world who never previously thought in a conspiracy theoretical manner are doing so now. This has probably been the biggest "red pill" event since 9/11, or even the Kennedy assassination. The details are in the links below and I intend this post to be a portal to all my statements on Jeffrey Epstein. Keep checking back here for updates.

6 comments:

Adrian said...

Apologies as off topic but just read this interesting piece on Rand. Like to hear your thoughts
https://www.commondreams.org/views/2019/08/13/right-wing-american-love-affair-one-most-disturbing-serial-killers

Ben Emlyn-Jones said...

Hi Adrian. These connections to Trump are very artificial and unjust. The fact that he likes The Fountainhead is the only tangible link. A lot of people do; it is a very popular novel. I've reviewed it myself, see: https://hpanwo.blogspot.com/2013/03/the-fountainhead-by-ayn-rand_29.html. Nevertheless, Ayn Rand did have a dark side. I've read the two biographies of her by Barbara and Nathaniel Branden. Women sometimes do. When the Moors Murderers were jailed Ian Brady received fan mail from women that included nude photos and erotic fantasies. Rand indulged in an insane love affair with Branden right under the noses of her husband and his wife. The author is unfair about Rand's vision though. I don't believe she was a sociopath. I explain more in my reviews of her work. Here's the most recent: https://hpanwo.blogspot.com/2018/11/we-living-by-ayn-rand.html

Adrian said...

Thanks Ben. I'd never heard of the child killer William Hickman before I read this piece and it was a particularly grisly case. I'm surprised due to the nightmarish nature that it isn't more widely known.
For Rand to identify the Nietszchean 'superman' in this killer as he was fulfilling his desires contrary to social norms as she saw it is quite disturbing. It seems her ideological admiration for Hickman is genuine as I've read a few other sources since reading the article. The logical conclusion of Rand's worldview it seems is that there should be no society and we should return to the law of the jungle. A "war of all against all" as Hobbes said.

Ben Emlyn-Jones said...

I did not know about the link to this Hickman character. It does change things for her to regard a man who carried out such a horrific murder with anything other than unconditional condemnation. As I say in my reviews, Ayn Rand was emotionally very immature. In sexual terms, she never really progressed from being a teenager.

Adrian said...

Interesting woman even though I profoundly disagree with her ideas. Is it possible she had Aspergers which may account for the immaturity you mention and her apparent lack of empathy?

Ben Emlyn-Jones said...

Could be, Adrian. When she was alive the condition was not generally recognized.