After Dr. Phil Exposes Elite Pedophile Ring, Major Dutch TV Network Cancels Show

Wednesday, April 5, 2017
By Paul Martin

By Matt Agorist
April 5, 2017

Last month, Dr. Phil aired an explosive exposé on the dark underworld of elite child sex trafficking. The Free Thought Project noted how this was a monumental episode as it took the taboo topic of elite pedophilia and pushed it into the mainstream. Only days later, however, the Dutch media company, RTL, pulled the plug on their 15-year relationship with the Dr. Phil Show.

The timing of this move by RTL couldn’t be more suspicious. On their website, they claim the reason for the cancellation is that they’ve made “different choices in programming.” However, these ‘different choices,’ according to the broadcaster, are repeats of the show Extreme Brides.

While the Dutch broadcaster didn’t specifically state the pedophile exposé as the reason for the removal, the timing should not be ignored — especially given Netherlands’ history with pedophilia.

In 2013, a Dutch court ruled that the disgusting and vile organization, Vereniging MARTIJN, which promotes the legalization of sex between adults and children, has the right to continue to promote it.

After the victory, the organization’s founder, Marthijn Uitenboogaard, went on record, stating he thinks society is too overprotective, according to the Daily Beast. “A child can see a lot of violence on television, on every cartoon there’s violence, on movies people get killed,” he explains, “But when Janet Jackson’s breast is shown at the Super Bowl people say: ‘Oh children are watching this.’ Nakedness and everything concerning sexuality is a taboo and violence is the norm. And I think that should be the other way around.” He further believes “almost everyone has pedophile feelings in them. Only the percentage is different, some have more than others.”

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