Whitney Webb, of Unlimited Hangout, joined me for an overview of her massive new book One Nation Under Blackmail.

It is a two-volume book that provides a comprehensive examination of the intersection of organised crime, intelligence agencies, and sexual blackmail in the United States. It is a damning indictment of the consequences resulting from the nearly century-old relationship between both U.S. and Israeli intelligence and the organised criminal network known as the National Crime Syndicate.

Volume 1 explores how this nexus between intelligence and organised crime directly developed the sexual blackmail tactics and networks that would later enable the sexual blackmail operation and other crimes of deceased paedophile and sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein.

Unlike other books on Epstein, that focus on the depraved nature of his crimes, his wealth, and his most famous or politically-connected friends and acquaintances, One Nation Under Blackmail reveals the extent to which Epstein’s activities were state-sponsored through an exploration of his intelligence connections.

The chapters in Volume 1 cover a range of topics, from the underworld of organised crime and the state of Israel’s involvement, to the role of private intelligence agencies and the dark secrets of the Reagan era.

Volume 2 examines the rise of Jeffrey Epstein and his closest associates, such as Leslie Wexner and Ghislaine Maxwell, and contextualises them within the organised crime-intelligence networks detailed in depth in Volume 1.

It subsequently details their ties, with a focus on Epstein, to intelligence networks, espionage activity and the subversion of American institutions as well as the role of Epstein and the Maxwell family in the evolution of blackmail in the digital era.

The chapters in Volume 2 discuss the rise of Epstein, the world of Leslie Wexner and the dark side of her “philanthropy”, and Maxwell’s role as the heiress to an espionage empire.

The book also covers crooked political campaigns, Epstein’s enterprise, and the relationships between Epstein, Prince Andrew, and former President Bill Clinton.

In essence, the books are a deep dive into the sordid union between intelligence and crime that gave rise to Epstein and the systemic corruption that allows such individuals to evade justice.

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