Blake Lively Gives Emotional Speech on Child Pornography

Speak the unspeakable to end the abuse

April 2017

Actress Blake Lively, one of Variety’s Power of Women: New York honorees, got emotional during her speech at the annual luncheon.

Sexual exploitation of children is something that isn’t happening rarely, it’s not happening worlds away, it’s happening right here and right now.

This is so PREVALENT

I didn’t really know what child pornography was and was afraid to ask because as a mother it would be painful to hear. I felt I had to ask and I feel I have to share it with you. It’s disturbing and I feel it is my responsibility to tell you because it is the truth, and I believe if we all knew this we would dedicate much more of ourselves to stopping it.

Over 2.6 million IP addresses viewing a single shared child abuse file

That’s 2.6 million different computers viewing the obscene image/video and 2.6 million predators behind the screen. We must put a stop to this, and so many kids losing their innocence to heartless individuals.

Tracing the Ruling Elite’s Pedophile Bloodlust for Children from Antiquity to Today

Many of the planetary controllers are blood feasting pedophiles, parasitic monsters literally and predatorily feeding off the 8 million children gone missing each year around the world.[1] Global child sex trafficking networks generate huge profits, run by the world’s most powerful individuals. A 2014 International Labor Organization report estimates that two thirds of the annual profits from forced labor come from sexual slavery that amounts to $99 billion USD each year.[2] And of that $99 billion, most is produced off the blood, sweat, tears and flesh of helpless underage child sex slaves caught up in global trafficking rings operated by this same diabolical global elite. At the top of this planet’s rulers are 13 family bloodlines that include the Rothschilds and Rockefellers as well as European royalty,[3] controlling thousands of compromised, bribed and blackmailed puppet politicians, bankers, judges, CEO’s, military generals, entertainers, top level spies and police chiefs. References and more at

Without Prejudice and Without Recourse
Doreen A Agostino