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Massive Child Predator Arrests Made Across Nation. MSM Remains Silent

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October 18th was a victorious day for law enforcement as they successfully carried out massive sting operations and arrest sweeps in three states. They were able to arrest 421 suspected sexual predators. These included arrests for child sex trafficking. These arrests were initially reported by three local outlets.

The Clarion-Ledger out of Mississippi reported, “two alleged child sex traffickers in Mississippi along with 20 individuals identified as associated with prostitution were among those nabbed in a nationwide crackdown that led to the recovery of 84 minors, the youngest 3 months old.

USNews reported out of Florida, “law enforcement in Polk County, Florida arrested 277 people in connection with human trafficking and online prostitution. A cancer surgeon, a teacher, a pediatrician, an Air Force veteran, a retired police officer and a colonel in the Marine Corps were among the nearly 300 people arrested in Florida in a massive prostitution sting, police say.”

The undercover human trafficking operation, which was called “Operation No Tricks, No Treats” and ran from Oct. 10-15, netted 277 people, according to a press release from the Polk County Sheriff’s Office.”

In Georgia AJC.com reported, “sixty people were arrested and four children were recovered in Georgia during an FBI-led operation that focused on child sex trafficking, the agency announced Wednesday morning.”

Here at Cernovich.com we are happy to see law enforcement cracking down on child sex traffickers and support any organization shining a light on this dark but important topic. Only by exposing the issue to the American public can we combat these disgusting predators effectively.

I do have one question though. Where is the mainstream media? This was a huge multi-state, multi-agency operation and the only sound we hear from the MSM is silent. I guess the well being of children falls short on their list of newsworthy priorities.

Sources: The Clarion-Ledger
The Clarion-Ledger
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Trump Agrees To Release Hidden JFK Files: MSM Was Wrong Again.

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I have a question. Are the American people entitled to a more transparent version of history? After all, historical events play a massive roll in establishing future political outcomes, sentiment, and direction. So by that accord wouldn’t more information be better than less, in regards to making more informed decisions? Are the American people entitled to know the truth when it comes to their own country’s history?

This question is certainly applicable to the current political questions being raised about the release of a potential trove of government documents on the JFK assassination. Will we be left with more questions than answers regarding the events that took place on that fateful day in Dallas on November 22nd, 1963? Well, Trump set the speculation to rest when he posted this tweet earlier today.

The MSM’s spin on the topic has been quite visible. Articles filled with wild speculations and anti-Trump rhetoric began circulating around the web. Some saying that if President Trump agreed to let the files become public that pandemonium would ensue. Other articles claiming that it would refuel “conspiracy theorists.”

According to Newsweek, “More than 3,000 never-before-seen documents from the FBI, CIA, and Justice Department are set to be released, along with 30,000 that have only been partially released in the past.

The document dump “will simply fuel a new generation of conspiracy theories,” write Philip Shenon and Larry J. Sabato.” Newsweek continued, “The Archives will release the documents between now and the Oct. 26 deadline, but doing so could be chaotic.”

One wildly popular media personality seemed to call Trump’s decision before it had been formally announced. Alex Jones of Infowars.com was ont of the few to seem confident about the release of the documents as was evident in this tweet.

Politico reported, “Trump, no stranger to conspiracy theories, including totally unsubstantiated theories about a link between Ted Cruz’s father and JFK’s death.” They continued, “s it stands now, the document release this month will be a logistical nightmare, with the public suddenly flooded with a huge online library of documents—tens of thousands in total—that will be, at first, mostly incomprehensible even to experienced students of the assassination.”

Politico also writes, “With everything made public at once, pandemonium is all but guaranteed, since major news organizations around the world will want to know, almost instantly, what is in the documents that is new and potentially important. And there will simply be no way for historians and other researchers, even those with a special knowledge of the Kennedy assassination, to make any authoritative judgment as they try to page through tens of thousands of pages of files all at once.”

So amid the debate on whether or not these documents should be released, we have to ask ourselves, who benefits? Why does the MSM seem to be so slanted on this topic? Would the American people benefit from learning the truth about the JFK assassination? Is the truth something that unites the American people? Draw your own conclusion but I am of the opinion that not only are we owed the truth, we deserve it.

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Politico
Newsweek

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Cernovich Media’s Tom Shadilay Booked A Session With Facebook’s New Therapist Bot & It Was Very Bizarre

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There is a new shrink in town. This digital therapist has a name, Woebot.

In a new article published by MIT Technology Review, they explore what could be the next generation of chatbot created to battle against the skyrocketing increase in mental health issues.

The project is being led by Andrew Ng. On Andrew’s website, he identifies as “VP & Chief Scientist of Baidu; Co-Chairman and Co-Founder of Coursera; and an Adjunct Professor at Stanford University.”

MIT Tech Review states about Woebot “it’s a Facebook chatbot developed by Stanford University researchers that offers interactive cognitive behavioral therapy. And Andrew Ng, a prominent figure who previously led efforts to develop and apply the latest AI technologies at Google and Baidu, is now lending his backing to the project by joining the board of directors of the company offering its services.”

In lamens terms, future shrinks might just be algorithms on your smartphone or computer.

Woebot is the brainchild of clinical research psychologist Alison Darcy. MIT Tech review reports that Darcy “says the work going on there in applying techniques like deep learning to conversational agents inspired her to think that therapy could be delivered by a bot. She says it is possible to automate cognitive behavioral therapy because it follows a series of steps for identifying and addressing unhelpful ways of thinking. And recent advances in natural-language processing have helped make chatbots more useful within limited domains.”

The article’s author Will Knight tested the software and stated about his experience, “I found Woebot to be surprisingly good at what it does. A chatbot might seem like a crude way to deliver therapy, especially given how clumsy many virtual helpers often are. But Woebot works smoothly thanks to a clever interface and some pretty impressive natural-language technology. The software states up front that no person will see your answers, but it also offers ways of reaching someone if your situation is serious. I mostly used predefined answers that it offered me, but even when I strayed from the script a little, it didn’t get tripped up. If you try, though, I’m sure it’s possible to flummox it.”

This piqued my interest. I do find the partnership between Facebook and digital therapy more than a little alarming. Is Facebook now going to collect data on users by giving them an artificial therapist? If you are interested in the privacy terms and data collection of Woebot, here’s the link.

https://www.woebot.io/privacy

I figured I could just report this story and keep it serious and completely professional. But where is the fun in that? So I tested out the Woebot myself. Let’s just say that I think that the Woebot and I suffer from a little bit of a language barrier. Now don’t get me wrong, I hope this technology helps millions of people. But for me, I just want to push its buttons.

Here are the screencaps of my entire first therapy session with my new digital head doctor, Woebot. Enjoy!

P.S. Ignore the typos, it was very late and I was talking to an algorithm.

 

 

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MIT Tech Review

Andrew Ng

 

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Mike Cernovich Leads The Way In Media, Helps Bring To Light ‘An Open Secret’ Exposé Into Hollywood Sex Abuse

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Journalist, documentary filmmaker and author Mike Cernovich is charging forward in the epic battle to expose Hollywood pedophilia and rampant sexual abuse.

He and Cernovich.com have been relentlessly covering, investigating, and exposing the serial predators that infest the Hollywood scene and taint the film industry.

This was glaringly apparent when Cernovich tweeted a link to the 2014 bombshell documentary ‘An Open Secret.’ The documentary points fingers at some of the most prolific predators operating in Hollywood,(some currently) and provides in-depth heart-wrenching testimony from victims and their families.

The tweet quickly gained steam. Cernovich’s audience spread the tweet like wildfire. At of the time of this posting, the tweet has over 315K impressions in about 24 hours. 

Cernovich.com has reached out to the film’s financier Gabe Hoffman @GabeHoff. Hoffman responded with the statement, “93% positive Rotten Tomatoes film critic rating, over 1 million internet views of our film…” he continued by asking the question “So why are Hollywood pedophiles still ‘An Open Secret’?” Hoffman concluded by asserting “Maybe it has something to do with the MSM [Mainstream Media] lack of exposing these powerful predators.

Yahoo Entertainment was one of the first MSM outlets to follow Cernovich’s lead nearly 24 hours later when they tweeted:

Yahoo’s tweet was accompanied by an article by Ethan Alter in which Alter wrote, ” as the fallout from the Harvey Weinstein scandal continues to engulf Hollywood, previously whispered secrets about sexual abuse and harassment within the industry are finally being amplified to the general public. The success of the ongoing #MeToo social media movement further illustrates that people are willing and eager to listen to stories that were previously ignored or pushed to the margins of news reports.”

Another article, written by Paul Bond of The Hollywood Reporter on 10/13 sharply stated, “Much of the movie focuses on the now-defunct Digital Entertainment Network, which sprung up around the turn of the century when Hollywood was still trying to figure out the internet. The company, known as DEN, generated lots of buzz and attracted some high-profile investors, including congressman-turned movie producer Michael Huffington; film and music mogul David Geffen; and Bryan Singer, the director of two X-Men movies.”

It was great to see these outlets stand up and publicly promote the documentary. Cernovich.com commends them for doing their part to expose the deeply rooted Hollywood pedophilia problem.

But the question remains, where is the rest of the mainstream media? They claim they are a platform for victims of sexual abuse, but remain oddly silent by not promoting a film that exposes the truth about a slice of the seedy element hiding inside Hollywood. Mike Cernovich is hoping to change that.

I have written this article as an open call to action for the mainstream media. Join the fight and stand with Cernovich.com by supporting the victims of Hollywood’s epidemic of sex abuse. The film is free for viewers until 10/22 here.

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The Hollywood Reporter
Yahoo Entertainment

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