Voice of the White House January 1, 2007
TBR News.org – January 1, 2007
“There has been a very high level of interest in the CIA report on the Bali bombing incident of 2002. (Over 250,000 viewers in two days. Ed)
The man behind this uproar is a newspaper editor and journalist, Robert Finnegan. He was ejected from Jakarta, Indonesia, because of orders to the Indonesian government from U.S. Ambassador Ralph Boyle.
It is interesting to note that prior to his employment in Jakarta, Finnegan had been officially investigating a ring of pedophilic judges in Alaska. These investigations caused political uproar, both in Alaska and Washington and he was compelled to stop his digging. His reputation, however, did him no harm among the Indonesians, but caused a wave of fear in the ranks of the Department of State employees because South East Asia is a highly desired posting for certain types of DoS employees.
In that area of the world, pedophilia is rampant and both Thailand and Indonesia are viewed as areas where lustful pursuit of teen and pre-teen boys is absolutely rampant. Finnegan’s investigations in Jakarta uncovered the names of a number of the highest level diplomatic personnel, to include two senior CIA agents (both undercover as an “American businessman” and an “American reporter” for a major U.S. news service, respectively.)
Finnegan interviewed dozens of boys and their procurers, took pictures of U.S. visitors to assignation parlors, planted tape recorders where they could do the most good and photographed satiated visitors upon their exits. Agents of the PRC operating in Indonesia, as well, were fully aware of this traffic in underaged and certainly illegal flesh and it was because of this serious potential breach of security that Finnegan was so deeply involved.
This distasteful, and criminal, background easily explains why Ambassador Ralph Boyce was so angry with Finnegan and frantically forced his quick departure, not because of the horrifying facts Finnegan had also uncovered about top level U.S. and Israeli involvement in the Bali incident.
Although incomplete, the Finnegan report on pedophilia still makes very interesting reading and ought, in my view, to receive a far wider circulation than it is having now. In the end, it is the American people who are paying for this disgusting perversion on the part of their official foreign representatives.
Anyone interested in a complete copy of this report, plus other historically informative reports on similar subjects, to include certain activities in Georgia and the Ukraine, the projected putsch in Baghdad, getting a right-wing candidate elected recently in Mexico and similar highly informative productions, may obtain these from:
Charles Burnett, who can be reached at: email@example.com
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