‘The most serious issue facing people in the UK today.’
‘The most serious issue facing people in the UK today.’ (Reblogged from the outlaw blog)
Dr Tig Calvert PhD Guest Writer (pic below)
There is strong and reliable evidence of widespread and horrific sexual abuse of children having taken place within the British Establishment. The people of this country have a duty to ensure that an effective and transparent investigation is allowed to take place, that guilty perpetrators are held to account, whatever position in society they hold, and that children are protected.
A full criminal investigation, Operation Fernbridge, was launched in February 2013, concerning evidence of a “powerful paedophile network linked to Parliament and No 10″. The investigation incudes abuse carried out at Elm Guest House, Rocks Lane, near Barnes Common, during the late 1970s and 1980s.
There is evidence that Jimmy Savile had links to Elm House and procured young victims for the VIPs attending the guest house, often from local children’s homes. There is evidence that high ranking police officers, celebrities and politicians frequented the guest house. A number of deceased suspects have been named including Cyril Smith, Charles Irving, Ray Wyre and Anthony Blunt.
The guest house also had links with the Paedophile Information Exchange (P.I.E) which campaigned in the 70s and 80s for the age of sexual consent to be reduced to the age four.
In Feb 2013, two men were arrested and released on bail. These were John Stingemore who up until 1981 was the Officer in Charge of Grafton Close children’s home and Father Tony McSweeney, a Roman Catholic priest of St George’s parish in Norwich. Both men have been bailed pending further inquiries until April. A senior Tory ex-cabinet minister has recently been reported as the next likely arrest.
A further 12 men have been arrested and bailed in relation to child sex offences, stemming from Operation Yewtree in connection with Jimmy Savile and the abuse he committed on 328 children. These include Gary Glitter, Freddie Starr, former BBC producer Wilfred De’ath, Max Clifford, an unnamed man in his 60s, BBC radio producer Ted Beston, an unnamed man in his 50s and a man, aged 65, and Rolf Harris. The unnamed suspects may have secured an injunction to prevent the press revealing their identity.
You may ask yourself, why are there so many rich and successful people sexually abusing children and how did they get to these positions of power and authority? There is evidence of widespread corruption and blackmail making the ambitious but vulnerable ideal candidates to rise to the top of organisations.
All previous attempts to uncover these crimes have been thwarted. There is fear that once again the facts will be covered up because they involve high ranking police, politicians at every level, links to the Royal family and judges themselves. Leon Brittan, then Home Secretary, was given a dossier in 1983 alleging a paedophile ring involving Buckingham Palace, the Foreign Office and the civil service, and another in 1984 alleging child abuse in a children’s home and a paedophile TV executive. He failed to act on this evidence. In 2013, he claims he cannot remember the incidents.
Currently the main stream media are not reporting on Fernbridge which is indicative of a cover-up. Unless we, the people, do something, these terrible atrocities will be covered-up again and children will continue to be abused. Unless we do something then the sexual abuse of children and the associated corruption will continue to have a strong grip within the establishment of Britain.
We need to ensure that this will not be allowed to be covered up again.
Please access material to make an informed decision.
• Please contact your local MP http://www.parliament.uk/about/contacting/mp/
• Please join Twitter and tweet and learn about #Fernbridge
• Please fight against the Justice and security bill which is bringing in secret courts which will enable a future cover-up
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