i agree with you, pufferfish.
and i believe you, pufferfish.
one of my abuse experiences involved government connections, conspiracy and cover-up.
i have personally met and known many other victim/survivors with similar tales of institutional organized pedo-networks hidden in plain sight within our governments. plenty of evidence. no proof. such is life in this world.
all men are created equal, but money and power has stratified society, and there are people who are above and beyond the law.
nobody wants to believe what i know to be true.
i witnessed it.
i experienced it.
i have been accused of paranoia, sensationalism, exaggeration, fabrication, and false memory.
the usual reaction to my revelations is shock, disbelief, ridicule, evasion, anger, denial, avoidance.
i believe the term is "cognitive dissonance".
"The individual is handicapped by coming face-to-face with a conspiracy so monstrous he cannot believe it exists
J. Edgar Hoover
even when the listener claims to believe my story,
they are usually uncomfortable and unwilling to discuss it.
it is extremely ugly subject matter.
the truth does not rely on opinion.
the truth is what refuses to go away,
even if i refuse to believe in it.
i know what happened to me.
i remember it perfectly.
when a disclosure is met with disbelief,
secondary victimization occurs in survivors of sexual abuse. http://www.academia.edu/723613/Secondary...rvice_Providershttp://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/l...rns-report.htmlhttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-189981/Rape-victims-told-better-press-charges.html