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[–] SpikyAube 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

I don't know, I don't agree with this necessarily, because there are awareness campaigns about child trafficking and child abuse child poverty etc in general fairly often, but this is different, it's more than that, this is raising awareness that these high profile elite people in government and other positions of power in business, entertainment, media etc are the ones involved in child trafficking! If I just saw a load of tweets about child trafficking I'd think yeah, child trafficking is awful, maybe look up a charity I could donate to - I wouldn't assume it was hinting at me to go look into a citizens investigation that had discovered evidence of organised child abuse and child prostitution/slavery among some of the most well known and influential people in my society.

But if I saw child trafficking and the word pizza gate alongside it being tweeted everywhere, by seemingly everyone, going viral, I'd look into it, I'd look up pizza gate and if I'd heard of PG before I'd be thinking, 'how come SO many people seem to be into this 'fake news conspiracy theory'? and would look further into the evidence, and if I'd never heard of PG I'd be really intrigued and also look it up, and therefore find the information that we really want people to find.

Just calling it child trafficking awareness doesn't cut it in my view, although I can see the problem with using PG as people may go with the media narrative and dismiss it. But either way, there HAS to be something there that indicates what it's really about - elite pedophile rings, huge cover up, state crimes against our most vulnerable citizens etc. Maybe something along the lines of 'politician pedo rings' or yeah even 'Pedogate' may work, because at least the 'gate' suffix indicates that there's a scandal, some kind of wrongdoing that will pique people's curiosity.

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[–] virtuous_pedophobe 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago 

How do you explain to a sceptic the change in names? Name-changing is inherently dishonest and usually a sign of trying to forget the past. In other words it is an admission that Pizzagate has been debunked, why else change the name?

And then after the MSM does a hitpiece on "PedoGate", we change the name again? Does anybody really think that is a winning strategy?

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[–] SpikyAube 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Yeah I agree with you completely, I think it should stick with Pizzagate. I don't think we should worry that people will see that name and immediately dismiss it, we should focus on making people who are aware of the name and the MSM narrative behind it, think again, wonder why it's everywhere, why so many are concerned about it if it's been debunked, and at least look into it for themselves. I think changing the name would be a hindrance, not a help. I have noticed a few people suggest this though, and I think if any name change were to happen it should make sure it's obvious that it's about elite pedophilia, but clearly the best contender for that is the name we already have!

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[–] Dauphin 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

It MUST stay PIZZAGATE. All the memes, videos, etc are tagged with that name... all the months of progress and info made in this investigation would be thrown out the window if the name were changed.

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[–] starseedlover 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Agreed, Child Trafficking Awareness is virtuous but it's just boring as fuck to be honest. People will ignore it.

Tell them that PIZZAGATE is the thing MSM doesn't want anyone to know and it's going viral. The mystery is what is intriguing about it. The fact that it's a citizen investigation by people like you and me and your neighbor.