…by Jonas E. Alexis
You just can’t make this stuff up. If you don’t think that the world is full of nonsense, then think again. Actor Alex Baldwin actually believes that the Russians—yes, the Russians!—killed Jeffrey Epstein. This is Baldwin at this best: “The Russians killed Epstein. They’re in charge of everything now.”
I guess Baldwin thinks that this issue is another Hollywood script, in which actors and puppets can say whatever they want. But that’s not all. There are some out there who actually believes that the Germans killed Epstein! The Germans! Listen to this:
“It would not have been too difficult for Frankfurt to set up the hit. Epstein had a lot of dirt on German assets in Washington and was in a position to cut a deal. I suspect he was already talking.
“If he was also talking about high-yield offshore programs, the means by which he amassed his wealth, then he was a particular threat. You can forget Ponzi schemes – he was trading. When the Germans say that they always look after their own what they mean is they will always whack their own if they look like talking!”
This was from our colleague Michael Shrimpton. The evidence that he provided? None. The argument that he put forth? Zero. Is the risible theory even plausible? Not if you’re thinking straight. If the Germans did it, how? Who is responsible? How did they actually get inside the MCC? What did they have to gain?
These questions never get a plausible answer because the theory that the Germans did it is irresponsible. We have provided enough evidence in the last three articles which shows that the oligarchs in America and elsewhere are behind the Epstein case.
What is even more interesting was that Shrimpton did not even mention the fact that Donald Trump’s Labor Secretary, Alexander Acosta, helped Epstein hide his crimes. When Epstein got a sweet deal, Acosta unequivocally declared, “We believe that we proceeded appropriately.” As the Miami Herald puts it, Acosta gave Epstein “the deal of a lifetime.”
But there is more here again that meets the eye and ear. As Gordon Duff is recently put it:
“The moment Epstein and his lawyer mentioned they had information on not just Prince Andrew but one or more foreign heads of state and enough major financial figures to crash American markets, Epstein touched on a dozen ongoing investigations involving national security.
“The moment the Saudi passport was found, whatever the age, this became a national security investigation and directly involved DHS and the CIA, who have never been questioned as to their interest or why they failed to take a role in anything but perhaps facilitating Epstein’s murder?
“We have a list of names of people who worked with Epstein, but let’s begin with Michael Cohen. We know that Cohen represented both Epstein and Trump in not just one, but perhaps dozens of non-disclosure payoffs to underage women who had been raped, allegations they had been raped by Maxwell, Epstein, Trump and perhaps one other woman.”
So does Shrimpton really think that it was the Germans who actually killed Epstein? Or is he perpetuating things that he knows are simply complete nonsense?
Shrimpton ignores simple, reasonable explanations and jumps to irresponsible conclusions without an iota of evidence. Shocking?
-  “‘Russians killed Epstein’: Go home everyone, Alec Baldwin is on the case,” Russia Today, August 13, 2019.
-  Sanjana Karanth and Ryan Grenoble, “Alexander Acosta Out As Labor Secretary Over Cushy Jeffrey Epstein Plea Deal,” Huffington Post, July 12, 2019.
-  Julie K. Brown, “How a future Trump Cabinet member gave a serial sex abuser the deal of a lifetime,” Miami Herald, November 28, 2018.
Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy. He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy, the history of the Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas. He is the author of the book, Kevin MacDonald’s Metaphysical Failure: A Philosophical, Historical, and Moral Critique of Evolutionary Psychology, Sociobiology, and Identity Politics. He teaches mathematics in South Korea.