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So, apologies in advance, but I want to do a quick little THREAD to explain my theory of what the Epstein story really is. I promise this isn't some crazy Pizzagate conspiracy about space lizards, just a neat little explanation that IMO perfectly fits the known facts (0/13):
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Quantian Jul 8
Replying to @quantian1
(1/13) Let's take as our starting points two givens. (A.) You are a committed, unrepentant pedophile (B.) Because of your old job in private banking, you are very connected to lots of very, very wealthy people We'll also assume a goal: (Z.) You want to become very rich
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Quantian Jul 8
Replying to @quantian1
(2/13) The obvious route is, well, obvious: you could just be a pimp, offering underage prostitute services to very rich people. This has two problems: you're very disposable (see: DC madam), and it's also not super lucrative. You can't charge millions of dollars up front.
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Quantian Jul 8
Replying to @quantian1
(3/13) The second level though follows instantly: You don't need to charge up front, just get them to have underage sex, and then blackmail them afterwards for hush money. Better ROI, but you're still a liability, and producing and receiving big bribe money raises big questions.
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Quantian Jul 8
Replying to @quantian1
(4/13) So, what to do? Well, the second idea has some merits. First, you need to recruit people in. Have lots of massive parties at your spacious home (check), invite top academics, artists, politicians to encourage people to come (check), and supply lots of young women (check)
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Quantian Jul 8
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(5/13) You don't even have to do anything, and most people invited might even be totally unaware of the real purpose of the parties! But, sooner or later, some billionaire will get handsy, she'll escort him to a room with a hidden camera, things happen. Morning after, you strike.
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Quantian Jul 8
Replying to @quantian1
(6/13) You inform him she was really 15, but you offer him a nice, neat way to buy your silence: a large allocation to your hedge fund, which charges 2/20 (check). To ensure nobody else asks questions, you also take the extraordinary step of demanding power of attorney (check)
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Quantian Jul 8
Replying to @quantian1
(7/13) The fund is offshore in a tax haven (check) and nobody will see the client list (check). Of course, you don't really know anything about investing, instead making up some nonsense about currency trading (check), and nobody on Wall Street has ever traded with you (check)
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Quantian Jul 8
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(8/13) The fund itself doesn't need investment personnel (check), only some back office people to process the wires (check). You don't want to money from non-pedophiles, or they'll notice you've just put it in a S&P 500 fund, so you reject all incoming inquiries (check)
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Quantian Jul 8
Replying to @quantian1
(9/13) A $20 million wire from Billionaire X to you with no obvious reason will raise many questions, and the IRS will certainly want to know what you did to warrant it. A $5 million quarterly fee for managing $1 billion in assets? Nobody bats an eye.
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Quantian Jul 8
Replying to @quantian1
(10/13) Because of this structure, you're extraordinarily secretive about client lists (check) because they aren't clients, they're pedophiles paying you bribes, and they also are very secretive, which is why no letters or return streams ever leak (check)
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Quantian Jul 8
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(11/13) Occasionally you may also try this trick on other people: important political figures, mayors, prosecutors, etc. They don't invest in the fund, but it's nice to have them in your pocket. Others (academics, artists, etc.) can just be bought with money as a PR smokescreen.
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Quantian Jul 8
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(12/13) And, of course, the scam can be kept going as long as people are willing to pay, which is forever. If you're ever caught, just lean on some of your other friends in government to lean on the prosecutor to get you a sweetheart deal. There's almost zero risk.
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Quantian Jul 8
Replying to @quantian1
(13/13) And the last piece of the puzzle is the evidence. You'd want it somewhere remote, but accessible: a place the US can't touch but you have an excuse to visit all the time to update. Remember that offshore fund? I bet there's a *very* interesting safe deposit box there.
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Quantian Jul 8
"Source: 8chan /pol/ thread" HARD pass.
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Quantian Jul 8
Replying to @g_redux
Oh G... what do you think the "Q" stands for???
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Max 🌐🐍🥑 Jul 8
Replying to @quantian1
How do you avoid registering with the SEC as an Investment Adviser?
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Quantian Jul 8
Replying to @max_sixty
You have no US clients- the "client" you're managing is the offshore feeder fund.
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