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MIT and Microsoft Have Done Nothing to Actually Tackle Pedophilia and Ephebophilia

Posted in Bill Gates, Deception, Microsoft at 10:52 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

They just seeded some face-saving press releases through publishers/operatives who are media partners (as if words can substitute action)

Why listen to victims? You can manipulate the media instead
MIT continues taking money from some of the worst abusers (facilitators of pedophilia and ephebophilia)

Summary: MIT never actually resolved the issue that caused Joi Ito, Richard Stallman and others to be ejected; Microsoft meanwhile continues to profit from life-changing abuse (while seeding puff pieces in friendly media, just to pretend otherwise)

THIS INTERLUDE-type post does not directly relate to our series about Bill Gates, which has occupied a lot of our time (and behind-the-scenes efforts) lately. The series did, however, attract a number of sources who are victims. We collaborate behind the scenes as our investigation and fact-checking endeavors move forward. Of course we use encryption.

“We collaborate behind the scenes as our investigation and fact-checking endeavors move forward.”A recent theme in IRC (very/most lately) is that Microsoft’s Bing gained from pedophilia and when forced to put an end to it much market share was lost. This was mentioned as recently as yesterday by a former Microsoft MVP (Ryan). Mainstream media currently reports aggressive strategies of Microsoft/Bing as the market share diminishes. Many pieces were published about this in recent days, e.g. “Microsoft will never win the search engine wars by forcing people to use Bing” (Microsoft tries to do just that; details in our Daily Links).

The above-mentioned sources who are victims took note of Microsoft’s horrible stance when it comes to these matters.

“The above-mentioned sources who are victims took note of Microsoft’s horrible stance when it comes to these matters.”“Gates, Microsoft, et al. has come up consistently as people who profiteer off myriad surveillance of underage kids and exposing them to an unprecedented scale of predation,” one victim told me. “As more of Epstein’s connections and investments in tech come to light, we are both very invested in making sure the tech infrastructure that supported him is ripped out… we’ve been tracking use of digital technology for pedophilia and ephebophilia for many years…”

“We looked through some of those today and are planning on reviewing in more depth in the coming days,” she carried on. “Absolutely fucking disgusted with Bill Gates as per usual…”

“MIT ended up punishing people for merely receiving MIT funds from offenders or for making excuses for Minsky (if he is guilty at all, it’s all posthumous and his surviving wife denies everything).”As we await the next installment from the police (hopefully actual documents) we remain concerned that progress is far too slow. It’s being slowed down by the police itself. For background, (re)visit part one, part two, part three and part four. The fifth part and the sixth part speak about the role of the media and the seventh part — along with part 8 — speak of the latest progress we’ve made.

We wish to make very stern clarifications upfront; we never defended what Richard Stallman had said. Speaking for myself, I don’t share his views on sexuality. Au contraire — I repeatedly distanced myself from views he had expressed on the subject of consent age. I even condemned these views (things he said years ago about pedophilia and some of what he said about Minsky). Stallman has his own views, which differ from mine. He has a site where he expresses his own views. His words regarding consent age, for example, aren’t good; they’re not good at all. The things he said years ago were a lot worse and he has since then retracted those — not that it helps entirely because people can doubt the sincerity of the retractions.

“Not many (or enough) people are aware that Bill Gates’ maternal side of the family (the Maxwells) — set aside his powerful paternal side — is rooted in the State Senator and a large bank (there’s ample literature on this topic).”What’s wrong is the way this Minsky scandal (or Stallman and his old views etc.) were tailored if not designed to distract from the real/bigger MIT scandals and let off the hook the actual, direct offenders. MIT ended up punishing people for merely receiving MIT funds from offenders or for making excuses for Minsky (if he is guilty at all, it’s all posthumous and his surviving wife denies everything). At the behest of self-interested parties, MIT protected money and power (and itself or its donors), not women or children. It was grotesque.

Based on the mainstream media, ephebophilia and rape of teens were all too common among people directly connected to the top of Microsoft (top-level executives) and corporate media/publishers ought to do more, e.g. to at least speak about it. Microsoft pays them (e.g. advertising budget), so it’s not difficult to understand some reluctance to deal with it; the editors just pass over the subject. What we’ve all along deplored was the media’s (and MIT’s) inability to actually hold the worst offenders accountable, maybe because they too are MIT donors. Maybe because they’re well-connected. Gates isn’t just wealthy but also highly politically connected all around the world. Not many (or enough) people are aware that Bill Gates’ maternal side of the family (the Maxwells) — set aside his powerful paternal side — is rooted in the State Senator and a large bank (there’s ample literature on this topic). This side of the family played a considerable role in getting Bill the ‘big break’ with IBM. It’s not the hard work or spark of genius, it has a lot to do with connections — connections which have since then only grown stronger and more global/international. How much can these people get away with?

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