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Cheese pizza, anyone?

A viral online rumor is spreading like wildfire, claiming that Etsy is unwittingly being used as a hub for child porn and child trafficking. It’s a very serious accusation, so we want to share the information with you and allow you to draw your own conclusions. The author, Liz Crokin, provided a lot of detailed information on the topic. Here’s what she had to say:


There are a lot of suspicious listings on Etsy that have people wondering if child porn or children are for sale for sex on the e-commerce site.

For example, there is a “picture of a pizza” listed for sale for $9,000 and the listing reads “delivery instant download.” In that photo, there is also a cell phone strategically placed in the pizza box. (See below along with other suspicious listings.)

It’s been well-established that pizza is a pedophile code — via the FBI, DOJ, other law enforcement documents and mainstream media articles such as the Wall Street Journal report from earlier this year — which makes these listings extra alarming. Also, authorities have been able to bust many pedophiles because they used pizza as a pedophile code in an attempt to arrange to rape a child or to exchange child porn.

Earlier this year, Eric Carnell, who is the British designer behind Abprallen, the LGBTQ brand that sells Satanic-themed T-shirts, sweaters, bags and badges, announced on his Instagram page that Target removed all his products. However, Etsy still allowed him to have a store where he sold products that have statements like “Satan Respects Pronouns”.

Unfortunately, I have seen many suspicious listings like this on multiple e-commerce sites. Since President Trump’s Department of Justice took down Backpage, the child sex traffickers and pedophiles had to relocate their online businesses somewhere. So keep that in mind!

Also, Biden’s administration — which we know for a fact is knowingly running state-sponsored child sex trafficking thanks to brave hero whistleblowers like
@taraleerodas — claims that companies selling high-priced items online are not selling children. Biden’s State Department released this statement in their Trafficking in Persons report in 2021:

“Rumors and theories that a global cabal of politicians and celebrities are exploiting children, that companies selling furniture or other high-priced items online are also selling missing children…are all unfounded and perpetuate false narratives about the realities of human trafficking.”

The fact that the Trafficker-in-Chief’s State Department claims this isn’t happening as he’s running state-sponsored child trafficking, leads me to believe they know there is child trafficking taking place online. They’re attempting to gaslight the public and discourage them from doing a citizen investigation into red flags like the ones here on Etsy.

On a personal note, my store was banned from Etsy years ago, and they would not even allow me to sell “Child Lives Matter” merchandise on their site.

Hey @Etsy — I would like an explanation for these suspicious posts, and I still would like an explanation for why I’m not allowed to sell “Child Lives Matter” products while you approve products that promote Satan!

Please follow @NiQole1776 — she’s doing fantastic work exposing a lot of the suspicious activity on these e-commerce sites.

Here’s a closeup of the images Liz shared:

Those images are undeniably strange, and it’s no wonder that people’s alarm bells are going off. What’s even more curious is that one of the companies Liz featured in her post suddenly went dark.

In case you doubt Crokin’s research efforts, the pseudonymous internet personality “Raw Egg Nationalist” found the same thing:

It is undeniable that pedophiles, traffickers, and pornographers use “cheese pizza” and “pizza” as code words for their unspeakably evil and criminal shenanigans, by the way.

Charlie Kirk:

🚨New Mexico Democrat Attorney General Raúl Torrez has filed suit against Meta and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, and associated entities, including Instagram and Facebook in an effort to curb child sexual exploitation on its platforms.

The lawsuit reveals how these perverts use PIZZA as code for child porn to hide their criminal behavior.

“Our investigation into Meta’s social media platforms demonstrates that they are not safe spaces for children but rather prime locations for predators to trade child pornography and solicit minors for sex,” AG Torrez said in a statement.

Will advertisers be boycotting Meta now?!


Earlier in the year, the Wall Street Journal uncovered a “Pizzagate” pedophile network.


Apparently, Instagram, owned by Meta, has become a sanctuary for a large network of pedophiles who use hashtags related to “cheese pizza,” among others, to communicate and pursue their sinister and depraved intentions against innocent children.

The Wall Street Journal:

The pedophilic accounts on Instagram mix brazenness with superficial efforts to veil their activity, researchers found. Certain emojis function as a kind of code, such as an image of a map—shorthand for “minor-attracted person”—or one of “cheese pizza,” which shares its initials with “child pornography,” according to Levine of UMass. Many declare themselves “lovers of the little things in life.”

Here’s another case where “pizza” was used as a code word:

Here’s what folks online are saying about this mysterious situation on Etsy:

“Etsy had the nerve to kick me off for selling things I didn’t make myself. There are millions of items on Etsy that are not handmade. Including selling children, by the looks of it.”

“You notice all the kids from that store are winking. One eye…”

“Someone just posted another picture of a little girl with pizza that was on Etsy for $4000. Then it was removed. Are all these online companies involved in child trafficking? Good Lord”

“It was happening with Balenciaga”

“Not sure what’s going on here, not one to jump to conclusions, but this seems strange, to say the least.”

“Everything you stated sounds like a back-door child trafficking site. Simply asking: how does this site explain paying that amount for a bloody “pizza.”

The ads on Etsy are so overtly suspicious and on the nose that there is a real possibility that it’s some elaborate publicity hoax. Either way, it’s creepy and bizarre.