What is pedofication? What does it mean to be pedofied? Who benefits from the politics of pedofication?

Pedophiles are statistically rare, and most pedophiles work in government, policing, the church, or other places where children can be accessed and abused by “officials” with authority over children. And, most of those are facilitated by WOMEN in authority over children. So why do we fear strangers/homeless people/outsiders/non-official narrators? And especially, men without power, “official titles” or badges? The answer, is in the question!


Pedofication is a hidden form of social control that is used by individuals against other individuals, institutions, organizations and groups of well organized persons whereby a whisper campaign is waged behind a targets back in classic slander and defamation campaigns as the target is sabotaged by the hidden and malicious (non-true) gossip that they are a pedophile, or a danger to children. Pedofication as a process is also a convenient way for those with actual power and access to children to maintain their positions as deep cover, highly organized pedophiles through the creation of scapegoats and boogiemen.

The most common cases and complaints of pedofication come from men, generally of low social status who are targeted by law enforcement, church groups, family courts, and other institutions of power such as the Domestic Violence Industrial Complex(DVIC) or the closely related Prison Industrial Complex (PIC) which are the domestic forms of social control and industry that are the counterparts of the Military Industrial Complex (MIC). However, the term is also frequently attached to gay men and  women, and occasionally though very rarely, to hetro-normative females, who are vastly under-reported even when they are actual pedophiles.

The politics of pedofication carries both financial profit and cultural capital to some, while robbing others of valuable intellectual, emotional, financial, and other actual resources. As a political term and cultural practice, it has gained the most currency and is most evident in what some would call the unholy alliance between the police state and the international feminists who are backed by international capital, aka the DVIC,  but recently, the right wing caught on and used these politics successfully in the #Pizzagate memetic of 2016.

Related Story: Why doesn’t anyone know how many actual pedophiles are on the sex offender registries? NOT collecting this data is big business forthe fear and hysteria industries. Of 747,408 “sex offenders, the most common estimate is somewhere around 30%. And even then- a big mystery! No statistics are collected anywhere about this “dire social issue.” http://reason.com/blog/2012/01/23/out-of-747408-registered-sex-offenders-h


As a concept and as a term of social and cultural stigma, it can be said that those who apply the term profit directly from it’s use, while also deflecting attention away from their own character, while those to whom the term is applied can seldom, if ever repair their reputations, or recover their status in society. As such, being called a pedophile by those who have social power, or being called a pedophile in an official or semi-official record, and especially-being called a pedophile in a whisper campaign most frequently leads to stigma, and eventual social death.

Of those who admit to being pedofied, the most notable and early examples emerged during the 1980-90’s culture wars, and these reports emerged in family courts, frequently in heated custody disputes. This became-and remains in some states- a de facto way for women, and women’s organizations to gain, retain, or otherwise control the custody, the cultural capital, the moral upper hand, and the federal, local and father-derived monetary rewards and incentives that followed.

As a politic, and as a practice, pedofication emerged onto the national scene in America during, and after the election of George Herbert Walker Bush, in the for of the Franklin cover-up child abuse scandal, although leftists had first had some success with it in the elections of the Sandinista leader (Later, UK’s elections, in the American 2016 election, and many more examples across the globe.

Why are the politics of pedofication are popular, and why now?

During the Satanic Panic witch hunts of the 1980’s-90’s, the mixture of mystery religion and child abuse became an issue across America, as some vested interests sought out the “devil” in daycares, and elsewhere. Though soundly rebutted and rebuked as nearly fictitious manipulations by police and prosecutors, the politics of pedofication were in full swing, and remain so today. And quite interestingly, those who believe in the devil make up a majority of Americans today, despite science, an history proving that humans are themselves often devils, and the center of the earth a mass of molten metal, devoid of horned beasts.

Related: In America, 57% believe in the devil, 72% for blacks, 61% for women 

So, the politics of pedofication can be seen as a form of backlash, and an attempt by powerful mystery cults and religions who work within secular institutions to maintain a moral upper hand, while avoiding scrutiny themselves-that many who are pedofied are those who have contested church mythology or chalenged state structures, or those who challenge the power of mystery religions lock-up on the American cultural narrative; that frequently those who are targeted with these smear campaigns are not actual pedophiles, but in fact, are seen as a threat to narrative.

As we shall see herein, the term is profitable to institutional structures and those who derive income and profit from the above named industries, at great expense to others, particularly those who are slandered as pedophiles, and those who depend upon them as parents, family members, lovers, friends, and co-workers.

Perhaps the most profit is derived from the Catholic church and it’s closely related Jewish propaganda machine, as it has historically been the case that the church profits from children who are or who are made fatherless, as Roman Catholicism has a long and interesting history with Jewish slave traders, and Catholic and Jewish pedophiles are a well known social issue, but all other churches that descend from or that were derived from Babylonian precepts are also known to have a pedophile problem.

However, the Jewish and Catholic historical alliances and competition for human resources- the use of people as a form of capital-has come to a head in modern times, as we see the Supreme court of the US is comprised of 3 Jews and 6 Catholics (Neil Gorsuch replaced Antonin Scalia-and Gorsuch was raised Catholic, though currently worships in an Episcopal church), deciding the fate of America and its eroded Constitution, but also setting the agenda with what is or will become topical in law. .

Related Stories: Pro and Con-are Jewish and Catholic religions really Babylonian Mystery cults?

The term is also most frequently noted in law enforcement circles, community watch and volunteer groups and others who derive profit or livelihood from what is called “community policing”; and within the PIC,  and in street parlance among those labelled and those who are targeted with such labels.

Among the most dangerous words or labels that western societies use to apply stigma to individuals, no other term currently carries more stigma, as those who are actual pedophiles are targets of complete and total ostracization from society, frequently the targets of extra-judicial harassment, violence, and un-Constitutional practices.

Most notably, the term pedophile is not the same as the term sex offender in that sex offenders range from actual rapists and child molesters to those who merely got caught peeing in a public park, or 18 year olds who had sex with 17 year olds in a state with out-dated or Draconian laws. However, through conflation and ignorance, or repressed tendencies, many are unable to separate the terms. Having the facts about the difference makes a difference.

Pedofication research starting points:


Scapegoats and shunning: http://www.counterpunch.org/2006/03/04/scapegoats-and-shunning/

Pariahs among us:

Sex offender laws in the 21st century- Stringent sex offender laws in the United States destroy lives and do little to mitigate repeat offences. http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/opinion/2012/10/2012101474052331874.html


Roger N. Lancaster is a professor of anthropology and director of the cultural studies program at George Mason University, and the author of “Sex Panic and the Punitive State.”


The Prison Industrial Complex:  http://www.corpwatch.org/article.php?id=852

Google search for “Trump is a pedophile” returns just a little more than 3 million rults.