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Pizzagate is Part of Larger Picture (Hagmann Report)

Thursday, December 1, 2016 8:11
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In a 1997 article in Insight in the News magazine, it was disclosed that agents from our own intelligence agencies – along with government workers – provided young male prostitutes to visiting diplomats attending the Asian Pacific Economic Conference (APEC). 

What we know today as “Pizzagate” has its origins in the distant past, and has existed not just with the knowledge of some within our intelligence agencies, but with their facilitation.

Some within the media are equally complicit. What is being uncovered by tenacious and talented citizen journalists is just part of the larger picture, however. 

With thanks to those who are relentless in their pursuit of the truth. We have only just begun. The swamp is far deeper and much more crowded than anyone might imagine. 

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The Official Hagmann & Hagmann Report

 https://www.questia.com/magazine/1G1-…

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