In his new book The Vice of Kings: how socialism, occultism, and the sexual Revolution engineered a culture of Abuse Jasun Horsley writes:
"Growing up, I never had the slightest idea that socialism not only overlapped with, but was in some sense either a parallel project to or a cover for, social experimentation involving sex, drugs, and strange rituals. I was always under the impression that these areas were worlds apart (at least until the 1960s). A natural assumption, on discovering this strange overlap, is simply that the leftist reformers of my family and beyond were freethinkers and sexual libertines, and that, back in the day, they had to be discreet about it. But how well does this perhaps-too-easy assumption hold up when the sexual experimentation overlaps, not only with social and psychological research, but with the criminal underworld and the sexual exploitation of children for profit?"
As he unearths secrets from his own and his family's past—some of which intersect strangely with the careers of such notorious figures as pedophile Jimmy Savile and satanist Aleister Crowley—Jasun Horsley uncovers the hidden world of elite pedophilia and satanic ritual abuse. While we may think of such things as the most horrific kind of criminality imaginable, our rulers apparently beg to differ. As Jasun Horsley writes, "I think there is a view among the ruling class that sexual abuse—which they do not admit is abuse—is just an inescapable part of the world of the power elite." The world of elite deviance "isn’t a subculture at all: it’s a superculture."
Whether or not one believes such stories as Q Anon's alleged efforts to bring down elite pedophiles and traffickers (i.e. pretty much the whole Establishment) the reality and ubiquity of this kind of criminality in the US and Western Europe has been thoroughly documented. Doubters are invited to read Nick Bryant's The Franklin Scandal and watch the suppressed documentary Conspiracy of Silence.