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Whenever the People Need A Hero, We Shall Supply Him

“In the 1983 film Scarface, one of the movie’s most memorable quotes was Elvira Hancock’s advice to Tony Montana on selling drugs: “Don’t get high on your own supply” — advice that Tony Montana famously ignored and ultimately paid the price for. In fiction and real life, drug dealers, be they high-level kingpins or low-level street hustlers, often fall into the trap of addiction by recreationally using their own product.” (1)

Did Donald Trump know what Jeffrey Epstein was up to? Did Donald Trump learn the tricks of the trade regarding blackmail and other craft of the intelligence agencies?

What were Donald Trump’s connections to Roy Cohn?

Cohn was an American lawyer and prosecutor whose rise came up through the McCarthy hearings. He represented Donald Trump early in his business dealings. He also represented Mafia crime bosses.

Who was Meyer Lansky? He was known as the Mob’s Accountant and was instrumental in developing the National Crime Syndicate during Prohibition. He was never found guilty of any wrongdoing. It was as if he was untouchable.

Meyer Lansky is rumored to have “compromising pictures” of J. Edgar Hoover.

It seems that “Lansky used blackmail to gain influence with politicians, policemen and judges.”

It seems in layers of “acquisition of blackmail materials were orgies held by late attorney and Hoover protege, Roy Cohn, and liquor magnate, Lewis Rosenstiel, who had lasting ties with the Mafia from his bootleg operations during Prohibition.”

J. Edgar Hoover was the director of the Bureau of Investigation, which later evolved into the FBI, for almost 50 years.

He was accused of using the tricks of the trade to abuse his power by “amusing secret files for blackmailing high-level politicians and to have collected evidence using illegal surveillance, wiretapping, and burglaries.”

“Hoover consequently amassed a great deal of power and was able to intimidate and threaten political figures, including high-ranking ones.”

Was he corrupt and compromised or being villainized?

Cohn was behind the allegations that Communists overseas could compromise with homosexuals to reveal information inside the government.

What about the Communists within our government?

Was Hoover villainized by the same programs he managed, such as “guilt by association, rumor, and unverified gossip?”

This blackmailing tool is rumored to occur at the Plaza Hotel, called “Blue Suits” parties. This was corroborated by Susan Kauffman, who found out early in her marriage that her husband, Lewis Rosenstiel, was “bisexual.” Lewis “was involved with Roy Cohn, who testified under oath in 1970 of her witnessing of secret homosexual sex parties at the Plaza Hotel in New York City in the 1950’s between her husband and other powerful deep political actors.” (3)

Susan Kaufman testified in public in the 1990’s. “Today, I believe that these allegations are especially revealing as they appear to uncover the long-standing tradition of sexual blackmail as an instrumental tool within the depths of the American deep state. What allegedly happened at the Blue Suite in the 1950s would serve as a blueprint for future intelligence-affiliated blackmail operations such as the Epstein case that continues to unravel today.” (3)

In the Blue Suite parties, the place was bugged and had underage prostitutes, and other things were brought in to whoever they wanted to blackmail.

This happened with the FBI (Intelligence communities) in the 50s and 60s. Surveillance evolved with cameras, and they learned blackmail was the best way to blackmail people.

Jeffrey Epstein was reported to be an “intelligence agent,” and because of this, he was to “leave it alone.” He had an Austrian passport with his photo but a false name with a physical address in Saudi Arabia.

Here, we have more evidence from Alexander Acosta negotiating a plea deal, “despite a federal law,” keeping the information from the victims. It was done because Jeffery Epstein “belonged to the intelligence” community, and he was told to “leave it alone.”

Epstein seemed to have friends in high places who had told everyone he was hands-off.

In the 1950s and 1960s, organized crime and intelligence communities were perfecting the art of blackmail. We had people working on one side of the table or the other. We also had others, like Roy Cohn, bridging the gap and working on both sides of organized crime and intelligence agencies.

We see how Epstein was brought up in the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s in a more technologically advanced and perfect era.

The place of all the blackmail was identified as the Plaza Hotel.

“Trump bought the Plaza Hotel in 1988 for $407.5 million and sold it in 1995 for $325 million.” (2)

When we look back on history and the article, his associate, even possibly a mentor, Roy Cohn, had been one of the key orchestrators of the Blue Suite parties at the Plaza Hotel, organized to blackmail powerful people.

Once Trump owned the hotel, he threw parties “with teen girls at debauched, cocaine-fueled shindigs at the Plaza Hotel.”

“The parties took place sometime in the 1990s, when Trump owned the Plaza,” with the saying, “anything goes.”

We learn it “was guys with younger girls, sex, a lot of sex,” cocaine, and high-valued liquor. Interestingly, this information came from a photographer who admitted he was at the party. We don’t know in what capacity he was there for. Was he there to enjoy himself with possible underage girls, or was he there to take photographs of powerful individuals in and out of government to blackmail?

We learn that Trump “was in and out,” as he wandered around with a “couple of girls,” having a lot of sex. He was in the middle of everything, according to the article.

In the article, we learn Trump “does not drink or do drugs.”

Remember, “Don’t get high on your own supply”

Trump didn’t do cocaine, as he was in “control of himself,” but if the article is correct and the information is true, as the allegations said, he was having a lot of sex.

The article references how Trump once said, “promiscuity was at one time his ‘second business.'”

Donald Trump seems to have connections to organized crime and the Intelligence Communities.

Questions to ask:

What did Trump know about the Plaza Hotel when he bought it?

Why did Trump, who doesn’t drink or do drugs, start to throw these parties?

What did he learn from Roy Cohn?

Is Trump a continuation of the blackmail that happened from the 1950s to our current day?

What if this was part of the establishment’s long-term goals?

No matter what, we can agree this is happening in our world. It is a tool of corruption and is being used by the Kleptocracy to gain control of our government, and other industries through blackmail to compromise, corrupt and control key individuals to make things happen in a bad way.

Is Trump that hero? I hope I am wrong, but I am skeptical of all politicians in our present day climate and conditions.

We need to have a healthy dose of skeptisms and looking at connections, key places and patterns. One has to wonder about the supplying of the hero and Trump not using the product as it compromised people at parties sponsored he sponsored and participated in as a guide and overseer.

(1) Getting High on Their Own Supply

(2) Trump partied with teen girls at cocaine-fueled romp in ‘90s: report

(3) The History of the CIA: Red Scare, Blackmail, and the Blue Suite


One Response

  1. You are right on the precipice of something here. A pattern which occurs over and over for generations. Perhaps when you finish grinding the Trump axe.

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