I’m having a bad case of writer’s block right now. There isn’t a whole lot going on right now that I find worth discussing, or at least, not a whole lot worth discussing that doesn’t require me going into massive depth in order to do it the proper justice. There is for example, the ongoing Pizzagate online investigation of a possible massive child trafficking scandal, but that story is unconfirmed so far, so I would prefer to wait until confirmation before discussing it.
That, and I really haven’t any insights of my own to add to that particular topic. There are already thousands of people online involved in researching the evidence available who have a much better understanding of it than I do. I simply can’t do it justice, so rather than trying to, I would suggest that people look it up and become aware of it.
The more people who know about it, the harder it will be for the media to just dismiss it as nothing more than “fake news”, making it more likely that there’ll be demand for a proper investigation at some point which will either confirm the suspicions of those researching it, or put it to rest once and for all.
The people investigating it have brought up a very good point though. If the people being accused are innocent, why aren’t they doing more to defend themselves? That alone is very suspicious. I know that if I was being wrongfully accused of child trafficking and molestation, I would be up in arms defending myself, rather than staying quiet. I will say that I absolutely don’t endorse a “guilty until proven innocent” approach, but I do think that people need to at least be made aware of this potential scandal so that a proper investigation can be pushed for.
Anyway, I’m losing track of myself. For a guy who claims to be suffering from writer’s block, I sure wrote a lot there. I need to get back on topic. On two previous occasions, when I’ve had trouble writing for a while, I’ve made posts full of screenshots taken from the tumblrinaction reddit board, which illustrate some of the stupidity that is infecting the world, and therefore can potentially give us an insight into why things are going the way they are. These people aren’t funny, and should be seen as a threat. If more and more people start thinking like this, who knows what impact it will have on the world. Parts one and two of this series can be read here and here.
So now, I would like to present part three to you.
Anyway, that’s it for now. I can’t handle anymore craziness at this point. Plus, I gotta save the rest of my material for the inevitable part 4 in this series.