VT: A few short weeks ago, Rudy Giuliani was seen trying to hustle a 15 year old girl in a hotel room. Rudy followed her into the bedroom of a suite, sat on the bed, laid back, and grabbed his penis.
This is common for aging lotharios who can’t tell if their “wedding tackle” is working unless they grab it or maybe offer a bit of manual stimulation.
Ah, but was this what he really did? Wasn’t it all innocent fun? But then Rudy asked her for her phone number.
Then of course you might well just watch the whole thing, Rudy is clear as day about what he is up to. Why do you think he spends so much time in Ukraine where sex with children is a normal commodity. Remember, it’s Giuliani who has spent years there, not Hunter Biden. Biden’s a young man, not an overaged reptile. From Wikipedia:
Sexual exploitation of children in Ukraine
Main articles: Child prostitution in Ukraine and Street children in Ukraine
The Ukraine along with Moldova and Portugal reportedly became a European center of child sex tourism. An involvement of adolescent boys into prostitution has risen a number of special concerns.
It was noted that the Ukrainian legislation system has no such term as “sexual exploitation of children in travel and tourism”. In addition to this, low living standards, neglected white-skinned children, ubiquitous corruption and social consumerism make Ukraine a fast-growing market for child sex services. The problem is aggravated by many other reasons, such as geographical situation in the heart of the European continent, large economic gaps between the home countries of sex tourists and locals, absence of visas for many tourists, low prices for alcohol, reputation of a corrupted society and high chance to avoid any kind of criminal prosecution.
According to the collected statistics, 26% of Ukrainian families with one child and 39% families with two children (4.4 and 6.6 million correspondingly) are struggling to survive whilst living below the poverty line. Poverty leaves no other option to many people except providing sex services for rich and wealthy foreign guests.
A 2008 research of the Ukrainian sex workers’ lifestyle revealed that 39% of them do not use condoms regularly and that 22% are drug users. Most part of Ukrainian sex workers are prostituting in tourist resorts of the Black Sea during the summer season, around 30 — 40% of them are between 11 and 18 years old. A strong link connecting the prostitution of Ukrainian children and child sex tourism can be seen within the country.
Everything learned since 9/11 goes one direction only, the World Trade Center was destroyed by controlled demolition, all 3 buildings, not 2, and that there was a massive effort to do this, as proven in VT’s Nuclear Education’s series.
VT received vast documentation from what we now believe to be an FBI official, showing how 9/11 involved a mix of conservative elites in New York, including top government and police officials, neoconservative leaders in Washington and the intelligence agencies of Saudi Arabia and Israel. The proof is overwhelming and available on this page, link on the lower right under VT Nuclear Education.
Confirming reports from top European scientists and investigators are there as well.
None of this would or could have happened unless Rudy Giuliani played a key role from day one. This is the same Rudy that represents the Trump family and their continued financial debacles, running from China to Saudi Arabia to the Gulf States, getting loans, business licenses, bailing out their ‘house of cards’ slumlord empire with payoffs from America’s enemies.
The FBI says Rudy’s friends are KGB agents, two of his partners are under indictment, more are facing indictment.
Rudy runs to Russian intelligence for material to attack Trump’s enemies, an effort US law enforcement officials say is intended to destroy the US by gaining control of key players in our government like Donald Trump, his entire family and quite possibly running it all could be Rudy Giuliani.
Prior to 9/11, Rudy Giuliani appointed Bernie Kerik, a high school dropout who drove Rudy’s car and kept Rudy’s many dark secrets, Commissioner of NYPD, a role played on TV by Tom Selleck.
After 9/11, Giuliani, now a fake hero, tried to get Kerik appointed Director of the Department of Homeland Security.
Instead, Kerik went to prison.
Giuliani’s other client is the MEK or Rajavi sex cult. He got them off the terrorist list and helped them be resettled with US taxpayer cash, endless millions, to Albania where they have taken over narcotics and child trafficking in that nation. From Responsible Statecraft:
“Since its arrival in Albania in 2016, the Iranian Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK), also known as the Rajavi cult after its leaders Massoud and Maryam Rajavi, the group has caused problems for the authorities and citizens of their host country. Exploiting the unresolved problems of crime, corruption, and a weak state dependent on American approval, the MEK has manipulated, bribed, and intimidated its way into the political, media, and criminal elements of Alabania. According to well-known historian Olsi Jazexhi, the MEK has even perverted Albania’s foreign policy making it a hub for anti-Iran activities and creating a security nightmare for Albania’s police and security services.
Now the group poses another risk to the country — a public health risk that cannot be assessed or managed.
In 2017, both tacit support from the Trump administration, and overt support from neoconservative personalities, enabled MEK leaders to evade a planned de-radicalization program and instead build a closed secure camp in Manez — a remote town in the county of Durres — to house up to 2,000 cult members. Camp Ashraf 3 — as it is known — is guarded by private armed security personnel as well as MEK officials; only invited persons are allowed entry. Before this mass incarceration, dozens of members took advantage of the move to Albania to separate from the group. They reported terrible human rights abuses and conditions of modern slavery in the MEK. Journalists were refused entry to the camp to interview members locked up there.”
If you want the best side of Rudy, read what his daughter says, from Vanity Fair:
I have a difficult confession—something I usually save for at least the second date. My father is Rudy Giuliani. We are multiverses apart, politically and otherwise. I’ve spent a lifetime forging an identity in the arts separate from my last name, so publicly declaring myself as a “Giuliani” feels counterintuitive, but I’ve come to realize that none of us can afford to be silent right now. The stakes are too high. I accept that most people will start reading this piece because you saw the headline with my father’s name. But now that you’re here, I’d like to tell you how urgent I think this moment is.
To anyone who feels overwhelmed or apathetic about this election, there is nothing I relate to more than desperation to escape corrosive political discourse. As a child, I saw firsthand the kind of cruel, selfish politics that Donald Trump has now inflicted on our country. It made me want to run as far away from them as possible. But trust me when I tell you: Running away does not solve the problem. We have to stand and fight. The only way to end this nightmare is to vote. There is hope on the horizon, but we’ll only grasp it if we elect Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.
Around the age of 12, I would occasionally get into debates with my father, probably before I was emotionally equipped to handle such carnage. It was disheartening to feel how little power I had to change his mind, no matter how logical and above-my-pay-grade my arguments were. He always found a way to justify his party line, whatever it was at the time. Even though he was considered socially moderate for a Republican back in the day, we still often butted heads.
When I tried to explain my belief that you don’t get to be considered benevolent on LGBTQ+ rights just because you have gay friends but don’t support gay marriage, I distinctly remember him firing back with an intensity fit for an opposing politican rather than one’s child.
To be clear, I’m not sharing this anecdote to complain or criticize. I had an extremely privileged childhood and am grateful for everything I was given, including real-world lessons and complicated experiences like these. The point is to illustrate one of the many reasons I have a fraught relationship with politics, like so many of us do.
Even when there was an occasional flash of connection in these disagreements with my dad, it felt like nothing changed for the better, so I would retreat again until another issue I couldn’t stay silent on surfaced. Over the years other subjects like racial sensitivity (or lack thereof), sexism, policing, and the social safety net have all risen to this boiling point in me.
It felt important to speak my mind, and I’m glad we at least managed to communicate at all. But the chasm was painful nonetheless, and has gotten exponentially more so in Trump’s era of chest-thumping partisan tribalism. I imagine many Americans can relate to the helpless feeling this confrontation cycle created in me, but we are not helpless. I may not be able to change my father’s mind, but together, we can vote this toxic administration out of office.
Trump and his enablers have used his presidency to stoke the injustice that already permeated our society, taking it to dramatically new, Bond-villain heights. I am a filmmaker in the LGBTQ+ community who tells stories about mental health, sexuality, and other stigmatized issues, and my goal is to humanize people and foster empathy.
So I hope you’ll believe me when I say that another Trump term (a term, itself, that makes me cringe) will irrevocably harm the LGBTQ+ community, among many others. His administration asked the Supreme Court to let businesses fire people for being gay or trans, pushed a regulation to let health care providers refuse services to people who are LGTBQ+, and banned trans people from serving their country in the military.
Women, immigrants, people with disabilities, and people of color are all also under attack by Trump’s inhumane policies—and by his judicial appointments, including, probably, Amy Coney Barrett. Trump’s administration has torn families apart in more ways than I even imagined were possible, from ripping children from their parents at the border to mishandling the coronavirus, which has resulted in over 215,000 in the U.S. dying, many thousands of them without their loved ones near.
Faced with preventable deaths during a pandemic that Trump downplayed and ignored, rhetoric that has fed deep-seated, systemic racism, and chaos in the White House, it’s no surprise that so many Americans feel as hopeless and overwhelmed as I did growing up. But if we refuse to face our political reality, we don’t stand a chance of changing it. read more…