Moving the spotlight is a classic trick of the Psychopath. All paedophiles are psychopaths, they see other humans as objects to use.
Earlier this year in Bath, there was a festival called “Illuminate Bath”. A really peculiar part of this was to focus a spotlight on the pavement after dark, and then keep moving the spotlight. The idea was for kids to join in as a fun game. I see it as a psychological game. Little kids would run after the spotlight to try and stay in it. It’s quite compelling. The whole thing was very Illuminati like, and I am confident it was a display of their power.
On the stage, the spotlight is used to shift the audience’s attention to the desired point. All eyes move to the light, and everything else, the things they don’t want you to see, are left in the shadows.
Here are some ways that the spotlight has recently been shifted away from the crimes of the global paedophile network….
Lord McAlpine was accused of child abuse by Steve Messham. Before long, McAlpine was complaining that he, McAlpine, was the victim! Poor McAlpine, we now are focused on feeling sorry for McAlpine, and something must be done so that these elite people cannot possibly be falsely accused again. The spotlight is on McAlpine’s victimhood. Any part of the spotlight now falling on Steve Messham shows him to be a liar. See how easy it is? Easy when you know how, and when you are used to doing it.
David Cameron was under pressure to say something. He said that there was a witch hunt against homosexuals! Now the spotlight moves from paedophiles to homosexuals as the biggest criminals on the planet. All homosexuals are suddenly caught in the spotlight, while the paedophiles are in the shadows. The debate becomes about homosexuals.
The BBC run a radio program discussing how viewing child abuse pictures is not really child abuse. Again it’s moving the spotlight away from the child victim towards the perpetrator as the victim, who is just an ordinary everyday person with normal sexual instincts, who has been misunderstood. Our sympathy is directed to the perpetrator.
BBC Any Questions asks if people accused of (or even charged with) paedophilia, should have anonymity. Again the spotlight is shifted to thinking of the welfare of the abuser. The possible innocence of the abuser is higher priority than the innocence of the child. The horror of the crimes themselves, the child victims, the innocence of children destroyed, are all put in the shadows. Paedophiles are portrayed as just ordinary people with the same rights in Court as everyone else. The global paedophile network slinks through the shadows and off the stage.
This is one that really winds me up… All the media use the term “child pornography” instead of “pictures of child abuse”. They have done for decades. It moves the spotlight away from abuse to pornography, to an association with adult pornography easily available in your face in all newsagents and other very public places, as part of normal everyday life. Pictures of child abuse are taken when children get abused. The market for such pictures is an incentive to further the abuse. The addiction to them helps to further abuse. Looking at such pictures is further degrading and abusing a child that has already been abused. The word to use is ABUSE. Even that seems quite mild when you consider what it actually describes.
We all have our own “spotlight” to control. If we are drawn into their spotlight, we are constantly on the defence, fighting to tell everyone what’s in the shadows, what can’t be seen. Put your spotlight where you want it to be, and the truth will come to light.
I have yet to hear the government or the BBC mention anything about wanting to STOP paedophilia. That’s because they want it to continue. All they ever do is move the spotlight.
(See also: Psychopaths, Normalising Paedophilia, Centre for Exploiting Missing Children, How to Steal A Child, Light and Dark)