New Book: Epstein Was the Intelligence Community’s Blackmailer
Written by Luis Miguel
The establishment would like nothing more than for the American people to forget all about Jeffrey Epstein and his peculiarly extensive list of powerful friends, but truth-seekers know better. Epstein isn’t significant merely for his own heinous crimes, but because he serves as a crucial piece in understanding the workings, nature, and aim of the global elite who seek to establish a New World Order.
A new book, Epstein: Dead Men Tell No Tales, claims to shed light on the mysterious financier, alleging he was more than a well-connected socialite leading a double life as a sex trafficker; he was an asset of the global intelligence community whose service to these agencies granted him a free pass for his perversions for decades.
In their book, authors Dylan Howard, Melissa Cronin, and James Robertson take a close look at Epstein’s intelligence ties, particularly to Mossad, the Israeli national intelligence.
“When we set out to write a book about his crimes, we thought we knew the whole story. Before long, however, what we uncovered was compelling evidence that Jeffrey Epstein was a spy — largely for Israel’s Mossad — and allowed to operate in the United States seemingly without consequence,” Dylan Howard told Fox News. “This is a much bigger story than the world has ever known and is continually being ignored or glossed over in much of the new reporting about Epstein.”
He used his power to exploit the vulnerable and underaged, all the while covering his tracks within the innermost circles of the establishment. He used his access to trap the rich and famous, and traded in the dirt he had on them to the world’s most secretive intelligence agencies.
The conclusion of our reporting is clear: Epstein was a spy, running a complex intelligence operation for the purpose of blackmailing powerful individuals and politicians in the United States and abroad. But for whom?
That’s the million-dollar question. But even without naming names, it’s one that’s simple to answer: The people who installed those powerful individuals and politicians in the first place.
It’s a straightforward principle. Getting to the highest positions of world leadership requires enormous amounts of money and influence. Those who want to run the world behind the scenes are more than happy to throw their vast resources behind ambitious politicians, celebrities, and CEOs willing to serve as puppets for the elites.
But the elites have to make sure they have strings with which to keep their puppets from veering off the approved agenda. They have to acquire leverage that can be used to keep their anointed politicians in check.
Enter Jeffrey Epstein. With a network of trafficked underage girls, private islands, and homes wired with cameras at his disposal, the money man was more than equipped to acquire that leverage.
Self-proclaimed former Israeli spy Ari Ben-Menashe, who made many of the claims featured in the book, is quoted as saying,
Mr. Epstein was the simple idiot who was going around providing girls to all kinds of politicians in the United States. See, f*cking around is not a crime. It could be embarrassing, but it’s not a crime. But [having sex] with a fourteen-year-old girl is a crime,” a passage attributed to Ben-Menashe reads in the book. “And he was taking photos of politicians f**king fourteen-year-old girls — if you want to get it straight. They would just blackmail people; they would just blackmail people like that.
“Even for those who did not fall for his ruse, their simple presence in his orbit was enough for Epstein to gather intelligence,” he added. “Epstein was calculated. He rubbed shoulders with those who could unwittingly provide him information and intelligence.”
Epstein’s role as a blackmail operative for intelligence would explain why he got a favorable plea deal in 2007 from Alexander Acosta, who recounted, “I was told Epstein ‘belonged to intelligence’ and to leave it alone,”
It would also explain where he got his vast wealth despite having no known clients other than L Brands founder Les Wexner, the man who introduced Epstein to elite groups such as the Council on Foreign Relations and the Trilateral Commission. Was he being paid handsomely for his blackmail work?
It would be no surprise for Epstein to have ties to Mossad. Just look at his relationship with long-time friend and one-time girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell, who is accused of being the financier’s madam, allegedly recruiting underage girls into prostitution and assisting Epstein in abusing them.
The wealthy socialite is the daughter of Robert Maxwell, a wealthy British publisher and MP with strong links to Mossad, as well as to MI6 and the KGB. In a report, the British Foreign Office called Maxwell “a thoroughly bad character and almost certainly financed by Russia.”
Maxwell was found dead in 1991, having drowned after falling from his yacht, the Lady Ghislaine (named after his daughter).
Menashe claims he was Robert Maxwell’s handler and was the one who introduced Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein, and Mossad.
A Page Six report earlier this year cited an unnamed source indicating that Ms. Maxwell has intelligence ties of her own and was thus “protected because of the information she has on the world’s most powerful people” and was being kept in “safe houses.”
Howard told Fox News he does not believe Epstein exclusively worked for Mossad, but “also shopped information to the highest bidder … across a number of countries.”
Some might be inclined to believe that it is just a matter of unelected, unaccountable intelligence agencies gone rogue, but the nature of power suggests the conspiracy goes deeper.
While intelligence may have been pulling Epstein’s strings, there are still higher forces pulling intelligence’s strings — and, perhaps when they felt their blackmail agent was more a liability than an asset, they decided to terminate their business relationship.
Luis Miguel is a marketer and writer whose journalistic endeavors shed light on the Deep State, the immigration crisis, and the enemies of freedom. Follow his exploits on Facebook, Twitter, Bitchute, and at luisantoniomiguel.com.
Courtesy of The New American