CIA Agent Blows the Whistle: 'We Supply Elite Pedophiles with Children'
John Kiriakou exposes agency for procuring child sex slaves for pedophilia ring
A decorated 14-year veteran CIA agent has blown the whistle and made a public statement to expose the Central Intelligence Agency for operating a child trafficking ring that procures children for global elite pedophiles.
Former spy John Kiriakou, who also has deep ties to Hollywood from working as an advisor to the movie business, has revealed how the agency provides child sex slaves to powerful oligarchs in the entertainment industry, Washington D.C. and beyond.
Kiriakou says that they have "sources" installed in the upper echelons of society, politics and the movie business.
In return for information, 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.
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Knowingly putting his life on the line to go public with this information, Kiriakou made a public appearance to lift the lid on this horrific culture of child abuse.
During his exposé, he describes how he would meet an elite source in a hotel who would demand children in return for information.
He reveals how he would secretly think of these so-called oligarchs as "scumbags" but that he "had to give them what they wanted."
To emphasize the scenario, Kiriakou explains how shocking the situation would appear to most people if the source was demanding adult prostitutes, at which point he asks the audience, "how many people would get him a prostitute?"
When hardly anybody raises their hands, he says:
"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."
John Kiriakou served a fourteen-year career as a C.I.A. officer that included thrilling, yet dangerous, tours as a specialist in counterterrorism.
He successfully recruited several foreign agents to spy for the US In Athens, in 1999 and 2000, and at one point was the target of an assassination attempt by leftists.
In 2002, he chased Al Qaeda members in Pakistan, and when Al Qaeda logistics leader Abu Zubaydah, was wounded and captured, Kiriakou guarded his bedside.
Kiriakou wrote a colorful memoir, where he recounted many of his exploits, 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 the accounting and consulting firm Deloitte.
Recently he has been working in the corporate intelligence field and as an advisor to Hollywood filmmakers on the side.