Here’s a Conspiracy Theory for Ya!

Since we’re talking about trolling and conspiracy theories, let me give you one of my own, as a little test run. Please bookmark this, and set a reminder to yourselves to check it a week or two after New Year’s. Whichever way it breaks, the dust should’ve settled enough by then to judge:

Is this the end of Joe Biden?

The link is to Ace of Spades, so as not to give the New York Times any clicks, but it’s critical to note that the story under analysis was published in the New York Times. The conspiracy theory doesn’t work without it, but all quotes from the Times story via Ace:

[Billionaire Wall Streeter] Mr. [Leon] Black wired Mr. Epstein at least $50 million in the years after Mr. Epstein’s 2008 conviction for soliciting prostitution from a teenage girl, according to documents reviewed by The New York Times and interviews with four people with knowledge of the transactions. The transfers included $10 million to a foundation started by Mr. Epstein and consulting fees that were sufficiently unusual to draw scrutiny from Deutsche Bank, where Mr. Epstein kept his accounts. Two of the people said the total amount sent by Mr. Black to Mr. Epstein could be as high as $75 million.

Emphasis Ace’s, as is the blisteringly obvious conclusion: These are pedo payments. Back to the Times:

Portions of the report reviewed by The Times describe a payment of $22.5 million in 2017 by a company called BV70 LLC, which the bank said owned Mr. Black’s yacht, to Plan D, the company that managed Mr. Epstein’s Gulfstream jet. When an employee in Deutsche Bank�s anti-financial-crime division inquired about the payment, she was told by another bank employee that it was a fee for consulting services provided by Southern Trust Company, one of the dozens of entities Mr. Epstein operated in the Virgin Islands. There was no explanation for why the payment went to Plan D.

The question Ace doesn’t ask, but should have, is: Why on earth would The New York Times publish this story?

The Times is perfectly ok with Jeffrey Epstein. They’re more than ok with him, in fact — they’re his guardian angels, because everyone at the Times, like everyone else on the planet, knows that Bill Clinton was a yuuuuge client of Epstein’s back in the days. If all those flight logs ever get published, you’ll probably need several commas to tally up all the air miles Bill put on the Lolita Express.

Nor is Leon Black on the Times’ shit list, one presumes. His wiki page doesn’t talk about his politics, but I’ll give you three guesses and the first two don’t count:

a prominent Jewish businessman…married to…a Broadway producer…In 2012 he acquired Phaidon Press, a fine art books publisher….In 2018, he was elected as the chairman of New York’s Museum of Modern Art.*

So who knows, people can surprise you, but I’m willing to bet some pretty long green on Mr. Black’s voting habits and general policy preferences. Not to put too fine a point on it, “Leon Black, implied pedophile” is exactly the kind of story the New York Times would bury down the deepest hole they could find, not dig into and publish….

So why did they?

The timing is interesting. The article is dated October 12, updated October 13. The New York Post’s Hunter Biden expose dropped on the 14th, and the tech censorship — which has now become the story in lieu of the corruption, just as they planned it muhwahahahahahaha!!! — started on the 15th.

Putting on my tinfoil hat for a second: It’s not difficult to imagine (as the conspirazoids always express it) that everyone in New York publishing, like everyone in guild professions everywhere, knows everybody else. Given that, it’s all but certain that the Times knew the Post was working on a big Biden story before they published it. The Times also knows that the allegations against Biden are true, because of fucking course they are, as everyone not currently living in a remote Himalayan cave knows (and even they suspect).

The Twitter censorship, then, was a version of what they call a modified limited hangout — when your cover is blown, you admit a juicy but largely tangential part of the truth, so that the goldfish-like attention span of the public is diverted from the true story onto the shiny-but-trivial truthy one. Yeah yeah, Hunter did it, but that’s not important right now — indeed, we all need to Move On dot org. Let’s talk about censorship in Big Tech. Can you believe those assholes at Twitter thought they could get away with such a clumsy, obvious operation?

But in case the modified limited hangout doesn’t work — or if you know there’s more dirt waiting to come out — you lay the groundwork for salvaging what you can when the shit hits the fan. Specifically, if you know Hunter’s eyeballs deep in underage poon — and for legal reasons let me hasten to add that I know no such thing — plus the meth addiction and all the other shady shit he allegedly did, and if you know that this corruption is soon to be proven without a shadow of a doubt, then you need to lay the groundwork for a big “we were on the side of the angels all along!” mea culpa. And if you happen to know that the shit which is about to hit the fan will implicate a whole bunch of other prominent Liberals, up to and including You-Know-Who, well, throwing Black overboard (allegedly!!!) is a small price to pay.

As I say, this is deliberately conspirazoid. But it’s fun, and you can check me in a few months. Enjoy!

 


*His campaign contributions are bipartisan, as you’d expect from a player who has to work with whichever party wins.

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19 thoughts on “Here’s a Conspiracy Theory for Ya!

  1. Pickle Rick

    Sweet Christ, I’m so sick of these people, their arrogance, their degeneracy. And yeah, I know you’re not into monomaniacal 1488 retard style PotEoZ stuff, but I’m sick of bagels, too.
    I’m heading up to the deep woods up the Allegheny to bear hunt with the flintlock, so I’ll see what kind of crazy shit shows up on Hunter The Crack Smokin’ Hooker Banger and his piece of shit daddy Sunday night when I come out of the woods and check in here once I get cell reception.

    1. Severian Post author

      That’s it exactly. I’m sick of these arrogant degenerate fuckheads. Correlation is NOT causation, but fondness for bagels does correlate pretty fucking strongly with this kind of sewer-trawling hubris.

      Have fun in the woods. Wish I was doing something similar.

  2. Frip

    In my opinion there’s almost no chance Bill Clinton did anything sexual with underrage girls associated with Epstien. I just think he’s too smart, too much too lose. Easily smart enough to learn from his 90’s fiascos. And easily smart enough to be suspicious of a guy like Epstien.

    As for Allen Dershowitz. There’s zero chance he’d be dumb enough to mess with jailbait.

    And, as for their passions getting the best of them, I doubt that too.

    My shark businessman father always said I was naive like my Christian fanatic mother. Perhaps he’s right.

    I think it’s more, that I cannot fathom how smart, experienced older men could ever be so dumb. And for that reason I declare Clinton innocent of all wrongdoing.

      1. Frip

        Clinton wasn’t even 50 years when he had sex with the intern. Not quite fully mature. (When you consider his upbringing).

        He’d gotten away with alot in his charmed life up to that point, so he was teflon confident. Lewinski and half the nation burned him badly. He learned from it, I’m sure. I doubt he’s had sex with legal age women since that fiasco, much less UNDERAGE girls. Or girls who even came close to looking under 18.

        2nd reason I’m almost certain he didn’t do anything illegal with underage girls, is becuase there’d be no way to keep that quiet. If it happened, we’d know already. I don’t care how many female Clinton fans there are at the NYT. NO news organization would sit on a nuclear story like that. Nor would any deep state insiders be able to keep it to themselves.

        3rd. Do girls not talk? Is there ANY way for a girl to keep a secret? No. It’s a psychological impossibility. And we all know that all it takes is for one girl to tell another girl, and within 12 hours a thousand girls know. The thousand and first being the New York Times.

        4th. And I mean this in a friendly way. You’re a bit conspiratorial. There’s a few guys that you nearly gauranteed would be murdered within weeks by state actors to prevent them from speaking in court. Iirc the last being the Pittsburgh synogogue shooter. I’m pretty certain they’re all still alive.

        If Clinton is ever charged with any sort of jailbait crime I’ll Venmo you $200. That’s a true gaurantee.

        1. Severian Post author

          I don’t think he’ll ever be charged with anything. Neither will Biden, son or father. Voter fraud being what it is, there’s a decent chance Biden ends up President.

          But I’m fairly certain it’ll reach the level of stuff “everybody knows.” Kinda like all the Biden stuff.

          1. Frip

            I knew you’d get me on the “charged” thing.

            “Everybody knows” is way to vague for such an accusation. For an accusation that SHOULD have evidence to back it up. He’s former President of the United States. If he did anything…bought a slice of Pizza in Honduras…we’d know.

            I’ll do better than “what everyone knows.” I’ll put up the previous mentioned money, that no news outlet…straight reporting, opinion, or editorial says Clinton had sexual relations with underrage girls, stated with such confidence and perhaps “evidence”, that Clinton could sue them for libel.

            I’m steaking my beleif, my intelligence, my predictive ability…whatever it’s called, with some kind of definite outcome.
            I’m putting my money where my mouth is. Why? Because admittedly I’ve always been a bit proud of proving conspiracy dudes wrong. And I don’t like their tendency to forget, or want everyone to forget, all the times they’ve been wrong.

            How would you suggest we ever figure out whether your not-so-subtle accussation against Clinton is true or false?

            (This sounds so very combative. I swear its not. Just dudes talkin loud in dorm room like back in the day. And I’m the guy who’s not even sure what grand point he’s making.)

  3. MBlanc46

    I sure don’t know that your analysis is correct, but I don’t know that it’s incorrect, either. That the NYT would publish such a story does seem to be the sort of thing that cries out for an explanation. And it’s not difficult to imagine that the approaching election of the century might well be part of that explanation. If your analysis is even close to the truth, those who rule us are indeed evil and deserve much more than to be turfed out of power. Torches, pitchforks, stout lengths of rope come to mind. So far as what Bill Clinton would or would not put it into, I’m skeptical that there were any limits.

    1. Severian Post author

      I’m being deliberately conspiratorial, but you have to admit, this take – which I pulled straight out of my butt for a lark – is way more plausible than any Q Anon nonsense.

      (And we all must further admit, I hope, that the Times running with this story IS weird. I have to imagine a Wall Street billionaire could have a story like this stomped under most circumstances. (Trump couldn’t, because 1. They hated him, and 2. He didn’t care)).

  4. texinole

    What’s so difficult about handicapping these fuck knuckles is that they’ve proven to be simultaneously incompetent (often breathtakingly so) AND brutally effective. Sort of like the Soviets. I mean, each iteration of leftists that appear on the scene are dumber, softer, and more blindly dogmatic than the last so it’s reasonable that eventually they’ll go too far, be too brazen with corruption. But if not by now, when?

    1. Severian Post author

      It’s exactly like the Soviets. One of my daily black pills is thinking about how EASY it would be, even now, to stop them. They are idiotic, incompetent, breathtakingly arrogant pussies. It’s a terrible combination. Punch them once on the nose and they’re done. Hell, it doesn’t even need to be a direct punch. Simply decline to prosecute Rittenhouse, because he was obviously acting in self defense, and the message is sent: riot at your own risk. That’s the end of that. But no, virtue signaling uber alles.

      @Frip, I have no idea how to prove an allegation against Clinton short of an indictment. He flew the Lolita Express many times. He was on Epstein’s island many times. Maybe they were just playing cribbage while all the *other* guys banged underage girls. But since it can’t be proven short of an indictment, and we both know that will never happen, I will concede you the point.

  5. contrariandutchman

    Nice conpiracy!

    My take on the NY Times story is that Black has found himself on the losing end of an Inner Party power struggle and will be thrown to the dogs as a consequence.

      1. contrariandutchman

        When “somebody on the museum board” has the power to pull the media cover from a finance billionaire the kremlinological fun is obviously in deducing who that somebody is and if they will be able to wave at the may day parade three times in a row.

      2. Some Guy

        I figure a lot of the Trump stuff is just a power struggle among the elites. It seems he was backed by the military, who were angry at Obama over the sequester. It’s notable that his first cabinet was packed with generals. He also had the NYPD backing him, the benefit of living in NYC his whole life and knowing everyone there is to know. Remember that video of him motorboating Rudy Giulliani in drag? For all his obvious boorishness, the guy has serious connections.

  6. Southern Belle

    Thinking the same thing…Miss Scarlet in the dining room with a candlestick or Colonel Mustard in the library with a rope?? I looked at the board members (a nice photo of them on the website) along with a list of names and there are quite a few contenders for the hatchet job. I have my picks…

  7. Some Guy

    The thing about the core of the q followers is that they are psychotic. The ones that write stuff that is more accessible to normal people are mildly psychotic but they come to their points through delusions. They have loose associations, which means that when they see a picture of Bill Gates standing next to someone that is all the proof they need that there is a substantial connection between these people. This ultimately lends itself to on a train of thought to lead to the idea that they are involved in a secret blood drinking pedophile ring. Although train of thought is the wrong metaphor, more like kicked beehive of thought. Also, psychotic delusions come with a deep feeling of certainty. I started reading the q stuff early on once they started showing up on voat. It was obviously nonsense so I started arguing with them about how they were taking sentence fragments from q drops months in the past and matching them with a fragment of something trump said and declaring it significant. The argument that if your standards for a meaningful coincidence are so low, and the volume of random sentence fragments q puts out is so high, given enough time your bound to get some hits got nowhere. It seems q started as a joke and turned into a self reinforcing mass delusion. Their favorite response to criticism is “if you’re catching flak you must be over the target”. The one thing I’ve learned abojt psychotic delusions is if you press them it reinforces the delusion, you have to go in a roundabout way to even get a chance of dislodging it. “So Mr. Jones, if the mafia were after you why wouldn’t they have tried to kill you by now?” Of course the response is going to be something along the lines of “you don’t understand they don’t just want to kill me they want to make me suffer.” But it at least gives you a corner to start tugging at, as opposed to “Mr. Jones the mafia is obviously not after you” to which he would just say you don’t know what you are talking about and shut down now firm in his belief that you are one of the people who think he’s crazy. And that’s part of it, they think you’re crazy, at best, at worst they think you’re part of it, or as qtards like to call critics, shills. It’s interesting to see that q merged with other psychotic movements like antivax, anti5G, and pizzagate.

  8. WOPR

    It’s all true. Why? Because the establishment, for the past four years, has made anything possible.

    – Have the intelligence agencies use a cooked up dossier paid for by Hillary to try and oust Trump.
    – Use a disease to nuke the economy and lock people inside.
    – Fail to arrest rioters and claim riots aren’t happening while standing in front of a burning building.
    – Illegally obtain Trump’s tax records and no one is investigated.
    – Release something bad about Biden and watch the tech guys do their best to block it.

    I rate Severian’s theory as 96.8% plausible.

  9. BadThinker

    This comment is sort of OT… but I couldn’t find a better place to stick it. I picked up Scott Peck’s book ‘People of the Lie’ recently again. So much of what these folks do only seems to make sense in the context of Evil.

    “It often happens, then, that the evil may be recognized by its very disguise. The lie can be perceived before the misdeed it is designed to hide-the cover-up before the fact. We see the smile that hides the hatred, the smooth and oily manner that masks the fury, the velvet glove that covers the fist. Because they are such experts at disguise, it is seldom possible to pinpoint the maliciousness of the evil. The disguise is usually impenetrable. But what we can catch are glimpses of “The uncanny game of hide-and-seek in the obscurity of the soul, in which it, the single human soul, evades itself, avoids itself, hides from itself.”

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