FBI knew Jared Fogle was a pedophile – and let him molest kids for at least 10 years.

Comment: Much like how Bush knew in advance about 9/11 and at the bare minimum let it happen on purpose.

FBI knew Jared Fogle was a pedophile — and let him continue molesting children for years anyway
Free Thought Project
01 Nov 2015 at 08:45 ET

In August, we learned the shocking truth that a familiar face on television—Jared Fogle, the Subway guy—was a pedophile who used his wealth, status, and secrecy to exploit kids.

Fogle pleaded guilty to having sex with two minors and possessing homemade child pornography, although there were many more victims. He agreed to a plea deal where he will serve 5 to 12.5 years in prison and pay $1.4 million in restitution to his victims.

The story was reignited two days ago when the New York Post revealed the contents of secretly recorded audio tapes. In them, Fogle’s perversions are laid bare.

“I would fly us clear across the world if we need to. To Thailand or wherever we want to go. If we’re gonna try to get some young kids with us it would be a lot easier,” said 38-year-old Fogle, married father of two, in the tapes. “I had a little boy. It was amazing. It just felt so good. I mean, it felt — it felt so good.”

The recordings were made by Rochelle Herman-Walrond, a former Florida journalist who took it upon herself to stop Fogle after hearing him profess his sexual taste for children. Masking her own disgust, she befriended Fogle so she could record and expose him.

She contacted the Federal Bureau of Investigation, who asked her to wear a wire. Glossed over in the mainstream media, however, is the fact that the entire process took ten years, according to an interview Herman-Walrond gave to ABC News.

She wore a wire for four-and-a-half years before the FBI took action and arrested Fogle.

“That was my biggest question, ‘Why was it taking so long?’” journalist Rochelle Herman-Walrond told ABC affiliate WWSB. “A case of this size just happens to take that long, and that’s what I was told.”

Herman-Walrond said she believes the total numbers of victims in Fogle’s perverteds spree is greater than 14, in the United States and “international tours” including Thailand.

As Fogle’s comments and admissions got more brazen over the years, he even began asking Herman-Walrond if he could install hidden cameras in the rooms of her two young children. He asked her if she had any friends with “hot” children.

All of this paints a picture of a wealthy, connected pedophile who had years to direct his energies into victimizing more and more children. During this time, he enriched and enabled those who provided access to the kids, in the U.S. and in other countries.

For at least four years, the FBI had evidence of Fogle’s criminal behavior and chose to let the abuse continue. As Herman-Walrond asked, why did it take so long to stop him?

The casual excuse is the bureaucracy itself, but we know that when the government wants to act quickly, it does. It does not hesitate in killing, disappearing, or jailing those it deems are a threat to government, and it sets aside constitutional protections to do so.

However, when the threat is in the form of sexual predation on children, government takes its time because “it just happens to take that long.”

As the horrible audio tapes of Jared Fogle are broadcast for the world, we should also demand some answers from the FBI on why it allowed this pedophilia to grow.


Annie’s Homegrown betrays organic movement, sells out to General Mills.

Big Food Just Bought Your Favorite Organic Mac and Cheese Company

General Mills has purchased Annie’s Homegrown for $820 million.

(Logo: Creative Commons; illustration: Lauren Wade)

A six-ounce box of Annie’s Homegrown macaroni and cheese runs about $2, if you’re buying it online. Yesterday, General Mills bought the 25-year-old company for the equivalent of 410 million boxes of its signature product—the second-best-selling boxed mac and cheese in the country. The $820 million purchase put Annie’s in the food giant’s ever-growing portfolio of organic brands, including Cascadian Farm and Muir Glen. It’s a trend that, as the infographic below shows, is echoing across the industry.

The Annie’s Homegrown brand has long been seen as a healthier version of the corporate, chemical-orange alternative; it has been a big business in its own right. But it has balanced multimillion-dollar sales figures—$204 million in 2013, up 20 percent from the previous year—with a mission “to cultivate a healthier, happier world by spreading goodness through nourishing foods, honest words and conduct that is considerate and forever kind to the planet,” as a 2012 filing with federal security regulators, ahead of its IPO, read.

“So much of Annie’s appeal was its ethical flavor,” Jesse Doris wrote at Slate last October. “Buying the bunny meant supporting small farmers, and macaroni and cheese became an act of subversion—sticking a fork into pasta was sticking it to The Man!” She goes on to tell of a more grassroots investor campaign the company launched in 1994, when Annie’s included “notices of the direct public offering alongside the sauce packets and shells in all the bunny’s boxes.”

Throughout the years, the company increased its social commitments as its sales boomed. While General Mills did recently announce new measures to limit its carbon emissions, it’s not known for championing causes other than the bottom line. So while the ingredient labels on a box of Annie’s mac and cheese will surely remain the same—the company’s CEO tells KQED it will continue to support organic and sustainable farms—the philosophy behind the purple bunny box is likely to change.


WWE promoting pro-NAU propaganda under the name “Mexamerica”.

Tonight during an episode of Monday Night Raw, the characters of Zeb Colter and Alberto del Rio cut a pre-match promo where Colter quoted John Lennon’s socialist/communist/globalist anthem “Imagine” by saying “imagine there’s no countries”.

Colter coined their partnership as “Mexamerica”.

A few years ago, WWE hired Wayne Keown to play the character Zeb Colter – an updated version of his hillbilly “Uncle Zebekiah” character from the 1990s – to be the manager of Jack Swagger (played by Jake Hager), and their partnership was dubbed the “Real Americans”, a group of patriots who carried the “Don’t Tread On Me” Gadsen flag and cut promos against illegal immigration while coming across as racists, with play-by-play announcer Michael Cole saying that Colter got fan mail from people like Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck and Alex Jones. At the time, the characters were developed to give a foil to the then-popular babyface Alberto del Rio (played by Alberto Rodriguez).

Flash forward a few years later, and Colter is now promoting pro-NAU propaganda under the name “Mexamerica”.

So why is a wrestling promotion owned by a Republican – co-owners Vince and Linda McMahon are registered Republicans – promoting leftist, Democrat propaganda? It’s because Vince and Linda McMahon are closet libtards with one foot out the door.


Did Alex Jones’ ex-wife divorce him for his anti-PETA viewpoints?

Alex Jones admitted several years ago that his ex-wife Violet – real name Kelly Nichols – was a “PETA attack dog” and was the one who threw the dead raccoon at Anna Wintour.

Ever since 2009, Jones and his chief editor Paul Joseph Watson have been posting several anti-PETA articles on Infowars and Prison Planet.

Perhaps Jones offended his ex-wife with his anti-PETA viewpoints.


Was Edward Bernays the greatest vegan propagandist of all time?



So where is the media outrage over Edward Bernays using his media/propaganda skills to help the Beech Nut Company into conning millions of Americans into thinking that “bacon and eggs” was the ideal American breakfast?


It was also around this time that the Illuminati created the British Vegan Society which is the root of modern-day “ethical veganism” practiced by rabid animal rights extremits as a religion. (EDIT: The British Vegan Society was created in 1944. Bernays’ “bacon and eggs” propaganda for Beech Nut was in the 1920s.) (“Ethical veganism” is actually recognized by UK courts as a religion. This means that it is illegal in the UK to discriminate against vegans. And according to UK hate speech laws, it’s even illegal to ridicule and criticize ethical vegans for their beliefs, however to date nobody has been arrested for insulting vegans. But it won’t be long before people are arrested for hate crimes for making fun of vegans.)

So it makes me wonder if Edward Bernays knew back then about the health risks of processed meats such as bacon. If he knew back then about the health risks of bacon, maybe he knew that the health risks of bacon and other processed meats would eventually be known to the public, and maybe he knew that the public’s perception of the health risks of processed meats would convince them that all meat – including from wild game – is bad for you and cause everybody to reject all meat and eventually all animal-based foods including backyard eggs and raw milk.

Perhaps Bernays’ “bacon and eggs” propaganda was part of the globalist vegan agenda to make people reject all meat and a future where the general public beg the government to ban all animal-based foods in the name of “national security”.


Monsanto shill “Skeptical Raptor” calls for criminalizing anti-GMO activism, says anti-GMO activists are racist and “prefer the poor to die”.


The Skeptical Raptor and “Jeff Jeff” left the following comments:

Ever notice how many of those so strongly against GMO seem to be in developed countries with an excess of food. I live in the philippines where a recent test planting of golden rice was destroyed due to a bunch of idiots buying in to these nonsense, and all of those committing the acts of destruction were middle class and up, from the city and no clue what it is like to be starving.

It really should be illegal to be so scientifically illiterate in today’s society. And the harm people like these Anti-GMO and Anti-vaxx people cause is just astronomical…but they do not care, they plow along like a bull damn those in their wake, they must stick to their nonsense.

If only we could make it illegal. Golden rice will save lives, but the racists who make up the anti-GMO world prefer the poor to die than to save their lives. I don&#039t get it.