Making America Revolutionary Again

Rather than comment on the repellent story of Jeffrey Epstein, I will delegate the task to T. A. Frank at Vanity Fair. He says enough.

It’s enough to make you think longingly of guillotines in town squares.

7 comments… add one
  • Andy

    I only heard about this recently and it’s truly shocking.

    In addition to guillotines, it makes me wish the TV show “Leverage” was real life.

  • walt moffett

    Its a story been following for a while, sad, troubling, yet when the lights switch away, will be consigned to the memory hole like so much else. Too many questions for folks much too busy to answer.

  • steve

    I saw the article about Acosta, but this rounds it out nicely and is well written. I think this shows that when you are rich enough, you can get away with almost anything. The extremes in wealth that we have now have destructive effects some people just don’t want to see.

    Steve

  • Guarneri

    Some may be aware that I, personally, would find the guillotine to be too humane.

    However, attribution only to money is silly. Power (See: Weinstein, H) and being part of the preferred crowd (See Clinton, B and H) are just, if not more, important.

  • I don’t know how much you know about the guillotine. In 18th century France it was promoted as a humane manner of execution and was the only legal means of civil execution in France until 1981 when the death penalty was abolished there.

    The Germans probably executed as many people using the guillotine from 1933-1945 as the French did during the French Revolution and the Terror.

  • steve

    Harvey Weinstein was poor? Really? LOL.

    Steve

  • Gray Shambler

    Epstein’s far from dead, or reformed you know. Clinton too. They never really stop, just switch tactics or start to kill victims.

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