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posted ago by Mr_A ago by Mr_A +165 / -0

Epstein was not just another honeypot. Instead he was the nexus for separate cabal groups that each had their own separate blackmail networks.

Think of it this way: if two mafias that each get their power through blackmail want to form an alliance (for example, to take down the USA), how can they trust each other? How can they be sure that the other side (who works exactly like they do: lying and deceiving people into traps to control them, killing when necessary) won't pull a double-cross to come out on top? The answer is they don't trust each other at all, ever. To form a contract they exchange control levers under a neutral party, capable of punishing either side, but not in a position of controlling. Epstein and Maxwell were that "neutral party," acting like an escrow agency of blackmail material. Like a keystone in the bridge between two mafias. Capturing this keystone (note: I don't think there is only one keystone for Q, I think Q uses keystone in multiple circumstances, making Epstein only one keystone among others that Q tells us to look for) is what Q alluded to in post 4566, telling us that Maxwell is bigger than we think, that "one leads to another to another..."

The separate mafias have an idea of their own members that might be compromised, but have no idea of the other, separately-controlled, cabal alliance members' potentially compromised members. This gap in knowledge allowed the white hats to gradually pick apart their comms and control structures, and follow each of the separate mafia connections both up and down the command and control chain. When the white hats insert an anti-cabal instruction, they are playing one cabal branch against another, and the cabal branch that suffers the damage doesn't know who to blame. As a result, they lash out at their own allies. At the same time, neither party can pull back and abandon their plan, because they already agreed to be punished if they do.

It's pretty amazing. Their control systems are being infiltrated, subverted and destroyed by their own hands. If the client list had been released this opportunity would have been lost forever.

Like a lot of ideas, it's only theory until the war is over and the books are written. But that's my view. It recently came up as a comment to a thoughtful post about King Charles by u/electricbroth1.

For this interpretation, I've leaned heavily on the work of other anons, including the symbols decoding blog: anyone who wants to explore this theory further should read his post on Walker, Texas Ranger, the "Baby S" section in particular (https://decodingsymbols.wordpress.com/2022/07/25/epsteins-baby-mandate-bushs-consolation-prize/#BabyV). His posts are long, but they've been getting easier to read over time, and they go a long way to proving cabal comms in popular programming is a real thing.

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SuckaFree 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'm wondering, since [they] love centralizing everything, if Epstain is/was THE central figure in [their] blackmail schemes?

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Mr_A [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's not about centralizing power, it's about exchanging assets to secure cooperation. If it was a smaller scale, they would have their kids get married and keep their interests aligned that way. But when there are hundreds of players and each one has dozens of agents, and some of those have large networks under them, it gets harder. So each party takes turns chipping in their big pieces until each group is sure the other one can't afford to pull out.

The escrow agency can only damage the assets; they can't control them. That is, their job is to know how to destroy the assets and maybe under what conditions, but specifically to stay ignorant of how to activate blackmail-able assets. As in, they have dirt on Anderson Cooper, but they don't have the secret codes to make him rewrite his scripted newscast. That way the separate power broker (in this case the CIA) keeps its autonomy, but also knows their counterparts (CCP, KGB, MOS, Roths) can destroy him if his script betrays their agreement. When all parties know this, they have a deal.

Everybody (except the victims) who went to Epstein island was already controlled. They didn't go there primarily as a bonus or reward, they went there to register themselves as collateral, to be branded as a pledged asset.

At least that's the theory. Central to the deal between the parties trying to usurp the USA. But not central to any one mafia agency.