by Mary W Maxwell, LLB
This series of articles is mainly about the accusation that mind-control victims are “making up” the stories they tell of having been subjected to ritual abuse. (“Ritual” as in part of a rite, usually with human sacrifice on altars, persons in black robes, and so forth.)
Are they telling the truth? Yes, they are. Naturally the CIA could slip a few fakers into the mix just to cause trouble, but we now realize that rituals really do take place and they can terrify children for a lifetime. We should believe the children, as a “rebuttable presumption.”
That said (and I realize I have not properly defended my claim here), every story told by a child about abuse is not necessarily true. In a custody battle it’s fairly common for one parent to urge a child to tattle on the other parent. This could include allegations of child sexual abuse.
So yes there are occasions when a kid lies, but a good interviewer would probably be able to get at the truth. I don’t think we need to grant a rebuttable presumption to kids who are speaking strictly in relation to a custody matter.
And who am I to say that we should give the presumption to kids claiming ritual abuse? I am just a citizen who has been following the story of MK-Ultra (a horror to which the CIA admitted 40 years ago). I know of the clever barrier that was put up against the victims by CIA’s invention of a thing called False Memory Syndrome. It was meant to scare therapists off. It worked!
Thus far I see two categories – MK-Ultra survivors and kids in custody battles. Then there is a third group — persons who say they were abused by priests or persons in authority. They state a very plausible reason for failing to report this for many decades, namely, no one would believe them. I heard many say that during the hearings of the Royal Commission.
Luckily for all of us their coming forward to Australia’s Royal Commission (which began in 2014) has confirmed the matter. You really can’t listen to that many stories (thousands of them, to date) and say “Hey, kids, you imagined it.” (And policeman Denis Ryan showed how a prosecution of the priests was simply impossible.)
But now for a fourth group — persons who make false claims, either for money or out of a desire to harm someone. Any man today could be accused of pedophilia and, regardless of whether the claim is true, he would lose his reputation forever. (Unless, I suppose, if the faux-victim confessed to having lied.) The accusation sticks.
In these cases, since we don’t know who is telling the truth, the law should be structured in such a manner as to protect both sides. Don’t automatically slap the victim down by saying “We don’t believe you unless you have excellent proof.” And don’t slap the alleged perpetrator down by using sloppy reasoning such as “She wouldn’t have reported this terribly embarrassing thing unless it were true.”
As you can see from the photo above, I have in mind my colleague Judge Roy Moore (that is, he was my colleague as a Republican candidate for US Senate election in Alabama from May to August 15th this year). Assuming no excellent proof is going to materialize by his accusers, and since the context is political, we are all free to try to interpret the situation.
Let me admit my bias ahead of time, and it is a pure bias: I hate the mainstream media.
I sure was able to see how they handled the campaign season, giving practically no air time, or printed column, to the “undesirables” such as myself and some good men. The media did not “cover” the campaign in any sense of telling the people what was going on at public meetings. Rather they designed it all.
Since most Alabamians watch the TV news, they got almost precisely the view that media wanted them to get. I am guessing that of the 4 million adult citizens, most did not care. On the day of the election it was hot out and only “purposeful” people bothered to go to the polls.
Three men, Mo Brooks (of the House of Representatives), Luther Strange, and Roy Moore, accumulated a total of 92% of the Republican vote. When I say “voters purposefully” bothered to trek to the polls, I mean each of those men had a large segment of followers who could be counted on to “do the right thing” for their candidate.
Since only one man could win, it was Roy Moore as he had the largest camp, filled with Evangelicals. It is not clear how many people will bother to vote on December 12 when Moore faces his Democrat opponent Doug Jones.
It was clear that our overlords – whoever they are – wanted Luther Strange to win. He is already filling that senate seat on a temporary basis, as the former holder of the seat, Jeff Sessions, resigned to join Trump’s cabinet as US Attorney General. I am guessing that the overlords now want Doug Jones to win, rather than let the maverick Roy Moore in.
About 75% of Alabamians are registered Repubs and 25% are Dems. Since the December 12 election is a general election, there is open voting. A Repub can vote for Jones just as a Dem can vote for Moore. So if the overlords want Jones to win they need to “get out the vote” of Dems, and make many converts among Repubs.
Leigh Corfman to the Rescue
What better way than to accuse Moore of pedophilia? Hmm, I suppose you could accuse him of bestiality. That’s what the media did to Martin Bryant just to make it hard for anyone to defend his innocence of the Port Arthur massacre. They had a neighbour report on TV that Martin slept with a pig. Had the pig in bed with him in the house, you know how it is.
Anyway, I feel sure Moore is not a pedophile. From what I’ve learned of pedophilia it’s a type of activity one would engage in very often, not once every thirty eight years or so.
Leigh Corfman has “come forward” to say Moore pedophiled her when she was 14 and he was 32.
The setting of the seduction is pretty implausible. She says she was the child in a custody case at the courthouse and Roy, then an assistant district attorney, exchanged phone numbers with her. Frankly he strikes me as a gentleman and although I only met him this year, at age 70, I would guess that when he was a dapper 32 he could have gotten a few dates without robbing the cradle. Much less the courtroom cradle which would cost him his job.
Doesn’t anybody ask why Leigh Corfman would wait so long to blame Moore for a sin? He has run for election (to the bench) a few times and won, and also lost a bid for the governorship, I think. She did not step forward.
Doesn’t anyone ask what Leigh Corfman could hope to gain by her revelation now? The statute of limitations prevents her suing for damages and also forecloses any criminal complaint. The only way she could gain IF SHE HAD REAL DIRT would be to blackmail him for cash, but instead of doing that she went to the media.
Or the media went to her, as the case may be. The judge has said “I don’t know Leigh Corfman from anybody.” Crikey, what if I had won the Republican nomination. What would the media be doing to me now? Omigahd.
The Parade of Stars
It really is amusing to find out so efficiently who is controlled by the overlords. Out they came, starting with Mitch McConnell. Before the ink was dry on Leigh Corfman’s paper, Mitch was saying “If the allegations are true, Moore must step aside.” No senate leader in his right mind would say that. It’s not even true – a convicted criminal can run for office. And how was Mitch expecting that we’d find out in the next 6 weeks if “the allegations are true”? DNA? An early selfie?
There are at least two members of the present senate, Lamar Alexander of Tennessee and Patrick Leahy of Vermont, who have since 1995 been accused by Brice Taylor of the most extreme sexual abuse of herself and her young daughter. So where’s Mitch? Will anyone have to step aside here, Mitch?
You may say that an MK-Ultra survivor like Brice Taylor can’t remember what happened to her. Oh. False Memory Syndrome. But Leahy and Alexander have been besmirched by Brice’s book, published twenty-two years ago — millions of readers have read her stuff.
If it’s libelous (the book’s title is Thanks for the Memories), why haven’t those senators sued her? You know, to clear their names, and punish that impudent attention seeker. Senator Byrd was another of Brice’s “alleged” tormentors, but he escaped to Eternal Life a few years ago. The great constitutionalist was demonic. What a disappointment.
Back to the parade of stars. Breitbart News reports:
Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) argued, “If there is any shred of truth to the allegations against Roy Moore, he should step aside immediately.”
Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) said, “If there is any truth at all to these horrific allegations, Roy Moore should immediately step aside as a Senate candidate.”
Sen. Rob Portman (R-OH) said, “It was very troubling … if what we read is true and people are on the record so I assume it is,” adding that “Moore should step aside.”
Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) tweeted on Thursday, “The allegations against Roy Moore are deeply disturbing and disqualifying. He should immediately step aside and allow the people of Alabama to elect a candidate they can be proud of.”
I’ll have to tweet McCain about Patrick Leahy.
The Write-in Situation
Remember now, you’re reading me on the Internet, but most Alabamians (and Americans in general) take what the MSM gives them. And here is what they are being encouraged to do – a write-in for Luther Strange.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) said,
“I’m horrified and if this is true he needs to step down immediately.” Murkowski also said that she spoke to Luther Strange about becoming a write-in challenger to oppose Moore in the December 12 election.”
The ballots in Alabama have already been printed, giving voters a chance to tick the box for Democrat Doug Jones or Republican Roy Moore, on December 12, 2017. But it’s always possible to write-in the name of someone else. (May I suggest that darling Mary Maxwell? Nah, kidding).
Wait. Luther has X number of voters in his camp, as we know from the September 26th runoff. They can easily be instructed to do a write-in for Luther. So is that likely to make Luther the new senator? No. It will possibly prevent Moore from winning and yet not be enough for him to come out on top. The Dem, Doug Jones, will win.
This is a simple Bull Moose maneuver. Teddy Roosevelt, a Republican (and cousin of the later president FDR), had been president of the US from 1901 to 1909. In 1912 the Republican nominee was Howard Taft. Teddy suddenly formed the Bull Moose Party with himself as the candidate, to prevent Taft from wining the Oval Office, as they say.
Why did he do that? I say he did it to deliver the Oval Office to the Democrat’ nominee, Woodrow Wilson, who was a professor at Princeton. I assume the Powers That Be either wanted Wilson to win or were mad keen to prevent a Taft win.
Naturally Teddy would do as he was told. By Teddy’s splitting the Republican vote, Woodrow Wilson won (and shepherded the US into World War I).
I feel pretty sure this is what’s happening now. Look at the list of senators who are condemning Moore (“the alleged pedophile”) – McConnell, Flake, Collins, Portman, Murkowski and McCain. All Republicans!
Luther Strange himself has nothing to lose. Neither did Teddy Roosevelt – neither of them got the Republican nomination. Funny how the write-in suggestion is coming from Lisa Murkowski of Alaska. I guess being female she can put on a good look of shock about the judge’s underwear episode. (I’ll not go into it here.)
The nice news is that I read today that a new poll shows 26% of Alabamian saying they are more likely to vote for Moore than they were before the kafuffle.
See what you did Mitch McConnell? Don’t you ever think ahead?
–Mary Maxwell carpetbagged her way into the wonderful state of Alabama from the wonderful country of Australia. See her campaign website www.MaxwellForSenate.com.