Article by Colonel Nogov on Oct. 22, 2015
I read an article last week about “Sex trafficking” at the huffpo. This article described how the FBI conducted a sting and saved some minors from prostitution. “Sex trafficking” is the latest bugaboo from the government. The “heroes” at the FBI are cracking down and rescuing “victims”. All the credible information regarding “sex trafficking” reveals it to be all hype and no substance. I have no doubt there is a small amount of it going on, but it’s not an epidemic as governments and promoters would have us believe.
Reading the article, the reporter quoted the FBI. I wanted to know if the reporter had verified any of the claims made by the FBI and another government agency called National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC). I messaged him on facebook with the following question.
It’s been a week with no response. Because I received no response, I can only assume he did not verify the information and simply wrote down what the FBI and NCMEC told him.
I’m going to attack the messenger here, but I think it’s justifiable. The FBI agency is a known liar. How often do they lie? 10% of the time. 50% of the time. 90% of the time. I don’t know. That’s the problem. When someone is a known liar, I tune them out completely. I know I can’t trust them.
I did a rudimentary search for stories about the FBI lying and I got the following. This was a rudimentary search mind you, not in-depth. The following 26 headlines are all different instances of the FBI lying to the public and in court rooms. The 26 instances all had multiple headlines. I weeded through them to prevent each instance being represented more than once with just a different headline.