The Predator Class (Part Two)
I came upon a butcher, he was slaughtering a lamb,
I accused him there with his tortured lamb.
He said, "Listen to me, child, I am what I am
and you, you are my only son." - Leonard Cohen
In February of last year, the same month diplomat/child pornographer Arie Scher was named Israel's consul to Australia, Shaine Moore was found dead in his Adelaide home, ten days after he was reported missing. On March 18, 2005, South Australia Police declared his suspicious death a "major crime" and "suspected murder," while withholding results of the post mortem for "operational reasons." (This past Monday, David Richard Fraser pleaded not guilty to Moore's murder.)
Moore had been an informant in investigations conducted by the office of Peter Lewis - at the time, South Australia's parliamentary speaker - into an alleged murderous elite circle of paedophiles, which counted as a member at least one prominent state politician. He was the second informant to be murdered. (The first, Robert Woodland, was found "bashed to death last December  in Adelaide's south parklands. His murder is unsolved.") By April 2005, two more would be killed. ("Pedophile link to 4th murder.") The same month, the South Austalian government forced Lewis 's resignation from the office of Speaker, and the same day it "took the extraordinary step...of introducing legislation to the Lower House which would limit parliamentary privilege by preventing media outlets from naming any MP or public official allegedly involved in sexual misconduct, even if he is identified in Parliament."
In his resignation speech, Lewis said:
The most outrageous thing of all, which disturbs me most about the information which has come in to my office is not the matter of paedophiles in South Australia's parliament but what appears to be the related and organised activities of those paedophiles in high public office—that is, the judiciary, the senior ranks of human services portfolios, some police, and MPs, across the nation, especially within the ranks of the Labor Party.... Paedophiles of the kind to which I am referring here are the most gracious and beguiling of people in the community and are able to manipulate the opinions of others and attract their favourable attentions more effectively than most. It is not surprising that we find them in the jobs and roles of leadership. Their guile and cunning enable them to conceive of ways to organise their activities so that they are almost impossible to prevent, detect and prosecute.
Since the days of laundering Southeast Asian drug money through such shells as the Nugan Hand bank, Australia has been a significant hub in the global nexus of organized crime and intelligence, supporting a national class of elites whose allegiance is not to the nation state and whose morality is unbound by law. On the single occasion Australia's blind allegiance - almost literally blind, with respect to the NSA's installation at Pine Gap - was challenged, during the government of Gough Whitlam, the CIA helped engineer Whitlam's fall. Australia is that important.
The Australian outback, like the American desert, is an ancient and unorganized space that was a stage for strange displays to its original human inhabitants, who regarded their home as shared with wild spirits that were themselves inhuman. And like the American desert, the outback has become a "proving ground" for other strange displays, those of deep black technologies that don't appear to be of this world even when they are, and a host to persistent rumours of occultic twists to the story of military intelligence. Location, location, location.
Australia and Great Britain were the only members of note in George Bush's "coalition of the willing." Perhaps we should consider Australia's alleged ring of paedophiles holding "high public office" - a "wild" allegation that saw four informants murdered - alongside the suppressed revelations of Britain's Operation Ore, that senior members of Tony Blair's cabinet are suspected paedophiles and consumers of child pornography. Perhaps the "special relationship" of the major coalition partners has been bonded by more than blood, and the glint of madness that's come to Blair's eyes in recent years has revealed its method.