Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Twenty that we know about

We live in interesting times, the desperation in which the powers that be went too via the celebrity perverts in an effort so I believe to shift the public's gaze away from the mass grooming trials taking place all over the country has now blown up in their faces in the Westminster historic paedophile claims. The BBC now claims that there is evidence on 20 figures in the establishment, I reckon there's probably more and that there's an effort under way to divert attention or at least blame it on the dead...
There is evidence at least 20 prominent paedophiles - including former MPs and government ministers - abused children for "decades", a former child protection manager has claimed.
Peter McKelvie, whose allegations led initially to a 2012 police inquiry, said a "powerful elite" of paedophiles carried out "the worst form" of abuse.
He said the network extended into both the House of Lords and the Commons.
The government has already announced two reviews into claims of abuse.
Home Secretary Theresa May told the House of Commons the first review would be a wide-ranging inquiry - similar to the inquiry into the Hillsborough disaster - led by an independent panel of experts on law and child protection.
The second review - which is to be led by head of the NSPCC Peter Wanless - would cover how police and prosecutors handled information given to them, she told MPs.
The second investigation is probably the one which will do the most damage as I rather expect that if they had any sense the police and prosecutors involved will have kept details as to who, where, when and how the cover up originated with. It may even be that they kept tabs or copies of the evidence they were told to ignore or bury.
One laughable meme going around instigated by leftards is that this is a Tory thing as it happened under their arch-nemesis Thatcher, unfortunately for them the main file lost under Brittan 's watch had been compiled mostly during the previous years of Labour government, though there are rumours of one prominent Tory being involved.
Again though I suspect like the celeb trials the sacrificial lambs will be either dead or no longer in power and thrown to the wolves as a sop to keep the real villains safe. I still suspect there's a child abuse ring operating in the shadows in Westminster and they'll do everything in their power to prevent their exposure to the cold light of day.

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Mr. Morden said...

I, like you, think that a few scape goats from the past will be offered and, those that are still around or in office will be protected.

The BEAST is wounded, but is only a flesh wound and will seek to distract the plebs and but some time.

We need root and branch reform of our institutions and our whole democratic way of life, as I believe the system as it currently stands, is set up to protect those that have committed these and many more crimes.

bobo said...

First this was all about mostly elderly entertainers, now the targets are in the political sphere. The BBC was accused of covering up, now it's trumpeting calls for Whitehall investigations. The Beeb was in bed with Blair, but the Tories are arch-enemies. That's half the story. My guess is a purge of the Old Guard by the New, and hopefully a break up of the politico-media lovefest that's been going on for the last twenty years.