The old problem of credulity

Surprising that it came from haiku, that sceptical young techie but he may have been sending it to mock:

Immigrant children being organ harvested in massive global organ trade racket that’s beginning to be exposed

And of course, everyone will go straight to his or her hardwired, preset position on it before it even begins:

1. The Colonel Harumphs who know little but know what they believe, along with the elite’s shills sent to pooh-pooh anything exposing anything;

2. Those starting to wake up that even the most horrific atrocities are very much part of the elite’s modus operandi and know not to put anything past the bstds – these people have got data everywhere except at home;

3. Those who’ll believe anything.

Naturally, we would like everyone to be in category two – natural scepticism tempered by the tens of thousands of snippets built up over decades, which means there is something to compare something new to.

Writing for the Gatestone Institute, Maria Polizoidou reports that there are over 3,000 unaccompanied immigrant children residing in Greece, and some 42 percent of those children are homeless or live in a non-permanent residence. All of them are at risk of being exploited, either through sex trafficking or organ harvesting.

I come back again to the masses of snippets on file, from Omaha Airport rendition and child selling to various takedowns of Mason High Days I have read. Naturally, for anyone with a brain, such details are never kept at home.

And naturally, the quality of copy is highly variable. Sometimes though the most scurrilous, dot joining site can have snippets in there which are useful.

What one gets is a mish mash of snippets, pointing to but not conclusively proving such things. The second thing is what could be done about it anyway? I’ve no desire to “suicide” like a Seth Rich for no result.

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3 comments for “The old problem of credulity

  1. Distant Relative
    December 10, 2018 at 09:59
  2. dearieme
    December 10, 2018 at 11:30

    This morning’s Tel had a story: the body of Amanda Gill, 41, who had died in a Mexican hospital, was returned to the UK with all her organs stripped out “making it impossible to determine a cause of death”.

    The evidence appears to be pukka – examination by pathologists, coroner’s court, comment by FO.

  3. December 10, 2018 at 12:58

    In both cases, one does really wonder, the whole thing sounds ghoulish.

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