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Roy Cohn — The CIA Pedophile Ring Leader of An Evil Mechanism of Political Control


30 August 2017

TRUTHSEEKER — How do you control a politician? Compromise him. Secretly video-tape him having sex with someone other than his wife – like a prostitute or a child – and use that videotape to blackmail him. It’s that simple. The mastermind of such operations in the US for more than thirty years was Roy Cohn.

Cohn was the right-hand man of Senator Joseph McCarthy during the early 1950’s witch-hunt against alleged Communists. He allied himself with top Republicans like Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan. Cohn held a leadership position with the Western Goals Foundation and the Council for National Policy – two powerful conservative think-tanks with ties to the riches and most powerful people in the US. Cohn’s law practice had deep ties to organized crime, as well as the Catholic Archdiocese of New York. He was also a close ally of Donald Trump. What has become increasingly clear is that Cohn was the CIA mastermind behind Washington’s pedophile blackmail network, which is alive and well today.

Cohn was allied with Grover Norquist, who helped augment the use of the Muslim Brotherhood as both a friend and bogeyman of US foreign policy. Cohn was also allied with John Singlaub, one of the arch-conspirators of the Reagan WhiteHouse who performed assassinations and drug-running on a massive scale.

He was allied with Larry MacDonald, who, after trying to expose the truth of high crimes in high places, was killed along with everyone else aboard KAL007 over Russia in 1983. And of course the circle wouldn’t be complete without mentioning Oliver North, arch-conspirator behind the Iran-Contra affair. All of this nefarious criminal activity has its origins with the post-WWII Odessa Network of transplanted Nazis in the US run by Reinhard Gehlen. […]

10 Comments on Roy Cohn — The CIA Pedophile Ring Leader of An Evil Mechanism of Political Control

  1. Mr. Winter,

    Stumbled upon this thread and I am both extremely impressed and a little lost. As a result of being a little lost on some of this thread, I may email you to ask for some help with resources so that I may understand the information better. To be very clear, I do not doubt what you are saying for a minute; however, what you are presenting is far beyond what I previously knew about Mr. Cohen.

    Okay, so my first understanding of Mr. Cohen was when he became the attorney for the owners of Studio 54. Then I was aware of his work for McCarthy, and also became aware of Bobby Kennedy also working for McCarthy.

    A little later, I became aware of the Trump connection (maybe in the 1990s or so), and I already knew that the citizen Trump was alleged to be a patron of both Le Club, as well as Plato’s Retreat. Most of us who knew clubs (or discotheques) in NYC well, knew of Mr. Trump and his life in clubs Ms. Ivana Trump was also an alleged participant in Plato’s Retreat, so the idea that Mr. Cohen knew something or even had images was not surprising to me (he also frequented many clubs, hence his connection to Studio 54).

    Where I get lost is the whole Muslim Brotherhood / CIA connection, also the connection to Mr. Norquist baffles me. Any help would be most appreciated.


    • Hi Simple Citizen

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  2. Anyone else notice the damage to Mr. Cohen’s face in the photograph?

    For years, I have wondered what happened to the man, and in the past I questioned friends who knew him (as I never met the man), and yet no one ever seemed to know what happened to him.

    Any information would be welcomed.

    • Syphilis is a sexually transmitted disease that presents itself with symptoms such as a sores, fever, weight loss and tiredness. Syphilis can be spread via oral, vaginal, and anal sex. When the disease is transmitted through oral-genital contact, it can manifest symptoms on the lips, gums, and tongue. It is not common to give or receive oral syphilis, and the symptoms can be mistaken for other illnesses. Untreated syphilis can result in dangerous complications, including organ damage and death, and it is critical that any individuals suspicious of oral or traditional syphilis seek the advice of a health care professional.

      I believe it could have been the result of surgery to his mouth, because of syphilis.

      • Thank you. Sorry, I have not been back to this thread in a very long time; however, I was doing a little research and needed to revisit it.

        Your idea seems very plausible to me.

        Again, thank you.

        Simple Citizen

  3. GOOGLE:
    Donald Trump Cuts the Cards: The Deals of a Young Power Broker
    “In the end, Trump got his land, investing nothing but his time and effort, and squeezing every ounce of potential profit out of the deal.”
    by Wayne Barrett
    Originally published January 22, 1979

    A Big Apple rogue’s gallery turned out to celebrate “the man who symbolizes evil to many in this city”
    JULY 15, 2020
    The cake was a two-foot version of his face. The confectionary eyes were clear of the bloodshot coarseness that normally colors them, but the small, balding head still had the shape of a bullet. His jaw was locked in a smile — the frosting face of a birthday boy. To mark 52 years of infamy, Roy Cohn gave himself a party Friday night at Studio 54, and invited 200 friends and clients. There wasn’t a striking schoolbus driver among them, though the guys threatening hand¬icapped kids with icepicks last week are col¬lectively Cohn clients. Not a single black went to the dinner; nor did any of the guests arrive in station wagons or sedans. For three hours, while we stood in the rain watching and asking for names, the guests arrived in limo after limo.
    Each guest had received a telegram and was ordered to bring it. The first 200 were on the “A” list, asked to arrive at 8:30 p.m. for drinks and food. A few hundred more got “B” list telegrams which entitled them to post-dinner partying at 11. The time on your telegram was a measure of your importance to the man who symbolizes evil to many in this city — the redbaiter turned Mafia broker, indicted three times, reprimanded in half a dozen courts around the country for uneth¬ical tactics like tricking a senile, dying 84-year-old client into changing his will to make Cohn executor. But his own most successful client in the end, he’s been convicted of noth¬ing. Roy Cohn is now New York’s incandes¬cent legal star — the choice of its crassest deal¬ers (in all wares), the strategist for a new Tammany in Manhattan, already the shadow boss of the Bronx. In short, a one-man scan¬dal show staged daily.

    Early arrivals included Brooklyn boss Meade Esposito and former Manhattan lead¬er Carmine DeSapio, who arrived together — ¬ two generations of the clubhouse rape of this city in the same dark limo. Not far behind was Bronx Democratic boss Stanley Fried¬man, a partner in Cohn’s law firm; Manhat¬tan Republican leader Vince Albano; and state Conservative Party leader David Ma¬honey.

    A Board of Estimate quorum was on hand — with Deputy Mayor Herman Badillo and borough presidents Donald Manes (Queens) and Howard Golden (Brooklyn) ar¬riving in city-owned limos, and Andrew Stein (Manhattan) pulling up in a cab. (After Manes went in, his city civil-service driver joined us on the curb. When someone said what a great guy Manes was, the driver de¬clared: “He’s a scumbag,” then turned to me and added, “You can quote me on that. He dragged me outta my house on a Friday night to drive him to a place like this. He coulda driven himself.”)
    Other politicos included former mayor Abe Beame, whose driver is a city cop; Congressman Mario Biaggi; supreme court judge Manuel Gomez; Chief Judge of the U.S. Dis¬trict Court David Edelstein; appellate judge Vito Titone; and a surprise — newcomer Chuck Schumer, a “reform” assemblyman from Brooklyn who insisted he was just the date of a gossip columnist.

    Media types like the Post‘s Steve Dun¬leavy, Claudia Cohen, and Murray Kemp¬ton, New York magazine’s John Berendt, Sid Zion, TV’s Stanley Siegel and Bill Boggs, gossip columnists Earl Wilson, Neal Travis, and Virginia Graham, WINS director Cecil Foster, publisher Si Newhouse, Jr., and the Times‘s William Safire and Tom Goldstein all arrived to pay homage to the man whose me¬dia debut was at the side of Joe McCarthy. The Times‘s executive editor Abe Rosenthal and companion Katherine Balfour lunched with Cohen at “21” earlier on Friday.

    Real-estate and business barons included Lawrence Fischer of Fischer Bros. (office buildings), Lewis Rudin of Rudin Management and the Association for a Better New York, Francis Barry of Circle Lines, Victor Potamkin (Cadillacs), Bill Fugazy (travel and limos), Warren Avis (rent-a-car), Peter Wid¬ener (Philadelphia coal, oil, and racetrack), Bernard Lange (a lawyer whose combination of city receiverships and reputed Las Ve¬gas junkets for judges has attracted prosecu¬tors), the Baron and Baroness di Portanova (Acapulco-based, inherited wealth), Del Coleman (Las Vegas wheeler dealer), and Jerry Finkelstein. Insiders noted that Cohn was getting a little lean on his real-estate pull — Harry Helmsley and Sam Lefrak didn’t make it this time.

    The crowd from my recent Voice series was there: 32-year-old developer of the Commodore Hotel and the convention center Donald Trump; his aide and the governor’s chief fund-raiser, Louise Sunshine; and attorney Tom Baer, whose firm is handling both the Commodore and the convention center for the state’s Urban Development Corp. It was the first time I’d seen Trump since the series began. When he recognized me, he pumped my hand and said three times he was doing fine.

    For color, Cohn had Andy Warhol, steam¬-pressed face and body tied together by a tux, and comedian Joey Adams, who emceed. Judge Edelstein and columnist Safire made the speeches.

    Studio 54 bouncers and doormen tried to claim the sidewalk as an appendage to the disco and force the Voice photographer and myself into the street (where one limo driver ran into me from behind). I spent the night jockeying for position, trying to get people to identify themselves: Some leapt from their cars and ran full speed into the place to avoid questions or pictures; some lingered to spell out their names; some thought I was with the disco and mistook my pad for a guest list, coughing up their names to get in. We never saw the host, though we had both entrances covered. They slipped him past us through some secret passage.

    The 54 doormen also saw to it that no one with 11 p.m. telegrams tried to crash the din¬ner. People with late invites were told to go away and come back when their invite said they could come. One frustrated early arriv¬al — the only black we saw all night — was Bill Todd, whom Joe Conason described in the Voice as a Friedman political operative who was dismissed from the Manhattan borough president’s payroll when he was exposed as a welfare cheat. Todd came in a shirt that blinked on and off. Not even that could get him in until 11 p.m.

    Badillo and the rest of the respectable crowd didn’t seem to mind that the disco seems to attract federal agents, or the coke indictment of its co-owner and Cohn client, Ian Schrager. One insider explained Badil¬lo’s surprise attendance to me this way: “Cohn and Herman got friendly when Badil¬lo agreed t0 support Stanley Friedman for Bronx county leader. Since then, Cohn took Herman around the circuit and introducd him to a lot of money people when it looked like Badillo was going to make a run for city comptroller.” Badillo confirmed much of this, except he said that he already knew the people Cohn introduced him to and added that he and Cohn/Friedman are now at odds over the Bronx borough presidency. Badillo explained his use of a city car and driver by saying that “in a sense” Cohn’s party “was official city business” because of the people he “came into contact with there.”

    The joke of the night was Howard Golden’s presentation to Cohn of a Voice subscription. Cohn showed it around to people. The only class moment of the night. ■

  4. …witch hunt for alleged communists…? (I know I know- WW does not necessarily agree with everything printed in a posted article!)

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