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Old 08-06-2014, 01:02 AM   #1
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Joining the mile high club. At 12. (exposing high level child abuse networks)

A poem from one of a number of survivors of high level protected child abuse networks in the UK I've been in contact with.

Joining the mile high club at 12 *** trigger warning *** | Carl's Blog

The networks include politicians, businessmen, bishops, and celebrities.

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Old 08-06-2014, 03:19 PM   #2
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A frowny face seems barely more than flippant, but I don't know what else to post.

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Good piece from Laurie Penny:

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Britain’s Crime of Complicity

Britain’s Crime of Complicity With the Savile Sex Abuse Scandal

By LAURIE PENNY

JULY 30, 2014

LONDON — THERE is something almost reassuring about the enduring ability of the British establishment to place itself beyond parody. This month, as the government announced an inquiry into historical allegations of child sex abuse by leading political figures, Parliament pushed through a broad surveillance bill with the justification that tapping everybody’s cellphones would, among other things, help the state catch pedophiles.

The Westminster inquiry will investigate not just the rape and assault of children at group homes going back decades but also accusations that child abuse by politicians and other public figures was deliberately covered up or even facilitated by members of the elite. The same Parliament has, it seems, spent 30 years failing to catch the pedophiles in its own house. Before the inquiry was even announced, it emerged that 114 files concerning allegations of abuse against children involving senior political figures had mysteriously disappeared.



The tradition of the British establishment’s looking after its own is only now understood to its full and chilling extent.
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http://www.nytimes.com/2014/07/31/opinion/Britains-Crime-of-Complicity-With-the-Savile-Sex-Abuse-Scandal.html?_
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From Hansard.

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24 Oct 2012 : Column 915
Bob Stewart: Will my right hon. Friend ensure that the full panoply of Government powers is used to investigate the predatory activities of the late Mr Jimmy Savile?
The Prime Minister: My hon. Friend makes a very important point. The allegations and what seems to have happened are completely appalling, and they are shocking the entire country. The allegations leave many institutions, perhaps particularly the BBC, with serious questions to answer. Above all the question is, “How did he get away with this for so long?” The most important thing is that the police investigation is properly resourced and allowed to continue. I do not rule out further steps, but we now have independent investigations by the BBC and into the NHS, and today I can confirm that the Director of Public Prosecutions has confirmed that his principal legal adviser will again review the papers from the time when a case was put to the Crown Prosecution Service for prosecution. The Director of Public Prosecutions will specifically consider what more can be done to alert relevant authorities when there are concerns but a prosecution is not taken forward. The Government will do everything we can, and other institutions must do what they can, to ensure that we learn the lessons from this and that it can never happen again.
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Mr Tom Watson (West Bromwich East) (Lab): The evidence file used to convict paedophile Peter Righton, if it still exists, contains clear intelligence of a widespread paedophile ring. One of its members boasts of his links to a senior aide of a former Prime Minister, who says he could smuggle indecent images of children from abroad. The leads were not followed up, but if the file still exists I want to ensure that the Metropolitan police secure the evidence, re-examine it and investigate clear intelligence suggesting a powerful paedophile network linked to Parliament and No. 10.

The Prime Minister: The hon. Gentleman raises a very difficult and complex case, and I am not entirely sure which former Prime Minister he is referring to. What I would like to do is look carefully in Hansard at the allegations he has made and the case he has raised, and look carefully at what the Government can do to help give him the assurances he seeks.

House of Commons Hansard Debates for 24 Oct 2012 (pt 0001)
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Old 08-11-2014, 03:32 PM   #5
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Labour peer ‘will escape child abuse charges as he is too ill’: 'Crimes worse than Cyril Smith'


  • Politician, who is in his 80s, faces more than 20 allegations of child abuse
  • Police probing claims he preyed on victims in children's home while an MP
  • Suspect faces allegations of rape and sexual assault spanning decades
  • Those close to case claim allegations are 'more serious' than Cyril Smith scandal
By Chris Greenwood
Published: 22:15 GMT, 10 July 2014 | Updated: 06:05 GMT, 11 July 2014


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...#ixzz3A76iob1X
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Old 08-12-2014, 12:58 AM   #6
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" Jara sang, his song a weapon. "


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Old 08-12-2014, 09:09 PM   #7
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10 days that shook my world

November 3rd, 2012 |
It’s ten days since I raised a question about intelligence suggesting a paedophile ring that touched the very heart of a previous government. I’d done so because a very credible retired child protection professional had lived with a gnawing suspicion of a cover up for many years.


These people are the rarest of human beings. They’re the people who labour in anonymity, day in day out, trying to make the world a better place. They have always been the foundations of our public services. Yet this retired public servant had, through a quirk of fate, stumbled on something that appeared so huge, that almost everyone he’d ever raised his concerns with had baulked at the challenge.


Since then though, many more ordinary people have contacted me about suspicions they have had of a wider wrongdoing – in some cases so heinous it made me cry.


They have talked of psychopaths marking children with Stanley knifes to show “ownership”. They tell of parties where children were “passed around” the men. They speak of golf course car parks being the scenes for child abuse after an 18 hole round.


And they have named powerful people – some of them household names – who abused children with impunity.


Two former police officers have raised their concerns of cover-ups. Child protection specialists have raised their fears that the network of convicted paedophile Peter Righton, the nexus of the group, was wider than at first thought. Others have identified a former cabinet minister who regularly abused young boys.


Some have raised mysterious early deaths, disappeared children, suspicious fires, intimidation and threats.


It’s bewildering.


These allegations go way beyond the claims made on BBC Newsnight yesterday. Newsnight failed to name the paedophile mentioned by a North Wales survivor. I can understand why. A career can be destroyed by an allegation of such magnitude. There needs to be a high bar of proof.
Yet the thing I learnt most from the hacking scandal, and for that matter, the Savile case, is that the intelligence was staring the police in the face. These people were hiding in daylight. So powerful, so brazen in their actions, those who had an inkling of what was happening turned a blind eye.


Or maybe none of this happened. Maybe the 50 plus emails and numerous phone calls and letters I have received were all from fantasists. Maybe the allegations of the victims – made for many years, consistently to anyone that would listen, maybe they’re bogus.


One thing is for certain: someone has to join the dots. And that should be the police. There are a few hardy child protection specialists who for many years, have been burrowing away, trying to uncover the truth. Their work and insight should be taken more seriously. The police should work with them.


The hacking scandal was about the police failing to follow clear leads of wrongdoing by powerful people. They could do this because politicians turned a blind eye.


This is potentially worse. Some of those powerful people involved in a cover up may well have been – and could still be – powerful politicians.


I’m not going to let this drop despite warnings from people who should know that my personal safety is imperilled if I dig any deeper. It’s spooked me so much that I’ve kept a detailed log of all the allegations should anything happen.


As I type this blog post, I’m half-smiling about how insane all this appears.



It sounds like I’ve taken leave of my senses – just like they said I had during the early days of the hacking scandal. Maybe I have. Yet with a properly resourced investigation, with the voice of victims being heard in public and with the political will we can get to the facts.


I wish I could fight the case of everybody who has been abused by a paedophile who has so far got away with it, but I can’t. That is a job for the police. Up and down the country private grief is being stirred by these stories. I cannot help in each individual case, but the police and support services can, must and will. If you were abused a long time ago and want justice now, go to the police. It is not too late.


What I am going to do personally is to speak out on this extreme case of organised abuse in the highest places. At the core of all child abuse is the abuse of power. The fundamental power of the adult over the child.



Wherever this occurs it is an abomination. But these extreme cases are abuse of power by some of the most powerful people. Abuse of trust by some of the most trusted. It is a sickening story, but one which – like the truth about Jimmy Savile – is now going to be told.
10 days that shook my world | Tom Watson MP
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More recently:

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Exaro Exclusive: The magnificent seven MPs campaign for independent inquiry into historic child sex abuse

Posted on June 3, 2014 by David Hencke

An important step was taken today when seven MPs wrote to Theresa May asking for an independent panel inquiry to be launched into repeated failures by police to investigate thoroughly historic cases of child sexual abuse. They want the equivalent of the investigation into the Hillsborough disaster. The initiative came from Zac Goldsmith, the Conservative MP for Richmond, who has become acutely aware that the Met Police have still not got to the bottom of the historic child sex scandal at Elm Guest House in his constituency despite two people due to stand trial.

He decided that the issue was too important to become a political football and that an all party approach – it involves MPs from four parties- Conservative, Labour, Liberal Democrat and Green- was the best way forward.
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As Tim Loughton puts it:“Virtually every week, the public is bombarded with new stories about sexual abuse of children coming to light, yet they stretch as far back as the 1960’s.“Few areas have been left untouched with increasingly alarming stories involving schools, churches, care homes, entertainment, sport and of course politicians and celebrities.“Most alarming is a consistent theme of the reluctance or, more worryingly, the seeming complicity of police and other agencies to investigate the allegations seriously, and pursue the perpetrators rigorously.

“Documents go missing and investigations are curtailed with a chilling frequency, and that now threatens a serious undermining of the public’s confidence in our current child-protection system despite all the progress that has undoubtedly been made in recent years.”
Exaro Exclusive: The magnificent seven MPs campaign for independent inquiry into historic child sex abuse | David Hencke
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Old 08-12-2014, 10:16 PM   #9
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Who was this spineless toady minister lurking in the shadows?

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I was warned I could be responsible for Leon Brittan's death if asked about paedophile dossier, claims Labour MP

  • Simon Danczuk claims a Tory minister urged him not to name Brittan
  • He told home affairs committee ex-Home Secretary had questions to answer
  • Says he was warned he could be responsible for Lord Brittan’s death
  • Lord Brittan insists he passed on dossier of abuse claims to officials


I was warned off asking Leon Brittan about paedophile dossier, claims Labour MP | Mail Online


We do not know the name yet. But by hook or by crook, we will get it.
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