A decorated 14-year veteran CIA agent has dismissed the whistle and created a public statement to expose that the Central Intelligence Agency for operating a child trafficking ring which procures children for international elite pedophiles.
Former spy John Kiriakou, that also has deep ties to Hollywood from working as an adviser to the movie business, has shown how the agency offers child sex slaves to strong oligarchs from the entertainment business, Washington D.C. and outside.
Kiriakou says they’ve “sources” installed at the top echelons of politics, society and the film business. In exchange for advice, the CIA provides these elite sources with a steady stream of “child prostitutes” who are usually raped and killed, and most likely never seen again.
During his exposé he explains how he would meet an elite source in a hotel who’d require children in exchange for information.
He reveals how he’d secretly think of those so-called oligarchs as “scumbags” but he “had to give them what they wanted.”
To highlight the situation, Kiriakou explains how shocking the situation would appear to many people if the source was demanding adult prostitutes, at which time he asks the audience, “how many people would get him a prostitute?”
When hardly anybody raises their hands, he states:
“The answer is: Sure.”
“You know he’s a scumbag, of course, but your job is to deal with scumbags and you would be expected to go out and get him a prostitute.”
“But what if he asks you for a child prostitute?”
“Your job as a CIA agent is to break the laws of the country you are serving.”That’s your job: Your job is to commit espionage.”
“Most CIA officers would procure the child.”
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John Kiriakou functioned a fourteen-year career as a C.I.A. officer that included thrilling, yet harmful, tours as a specialist in counterterrorism.
He successfully recruited several overseas agents to spy to the US In Athens, in 1999 and 2000, and at one point has been the target of an assassination attempt by leftists.
In 2002, he chased Al Qaeda members in Pakistan, and if Al Qaeda logistics leader Abu Zubaydah, was wounded and captured, Kiriakou defended his bedside.
Kiriakou composed a vibrant memoir, where he recounted many of his pops, called “The Reluctant Spy: My Secret Life in the C.I.A.’s War on Terror.”
After retiring from the agency in 2004 he took a job with all the accounting and consulting firm Deloitte.
Recently he has been working in the corporate intelligence area as well as an advisor to Hollywood filmmakers on both sides.