My major problem with the subject is that it is so ridiculously negative that one can't help but feel tainted just by studying and writing about it. I've usually pushed the material back to the bottom of ISGP because of it, but, intriguingly, Beyond the Dutroux Affair is by far the most popular article I've ever written. Clearly many people are absolutely fascinated with the darkest corners of human desire.
In recent years a good number of mainstream articles have been written about elite child abuse, in particular by the British press. However, it is clear that none of these media outlets really are trying to acquire dossiers and dig to the bottom of various affairs. It's also always rather curious to see how one moment the media is ablaze with certain types of reports, all copying each other, and the next moment they are all quiet again, often permanently. It's a strange symphony.
In addition, there's the issue that things are massively complicated by enormous amounts of disinformation, in particular from America, about elite child abuse networks. Ever since the Pizzagate scam, it has become fashionable here to include child abuse allegations into party politics. That having been said, also in other countries we can find a good amount of disinformative claims being made against alleged high-level abusers, especially in relation to the "Satanic panic".
These articles are just my humble contribution in trying to sift through the elite child abuse maze.
|GREEN:||Career in banking, corporations, in economic government posts, or science.|
|YELLOW:||Congress, senate, judiciary, lower level government position, or (vice) president.|
|RED||Military career, defense secretary, CIA, national security advisor or national security scholar/scientist.|
The above colors have been used to give an indication of each person's professional background. The reader can count all the think tanks, foundations, and other NGOs each person in this list is involved in by going through ISGP's NGO list.
Green and yellow in particular only properly visible in "light theme".