Tuesday, 26 August 2014

We're talking about the brutal rape of young boys

On the 7 July 2014 edition of Newsnight, Kirsty Wark interviewed Peter McKelvie, a former child protection manager for Hereford and Worcester council.

During the interview he said this:
“It’s absolutely crucial that survivors have the biggest say in who should be in on an inquiry because survivors will only come forward if it’s people that they can trust and people who haven’t let them down in the past… And when I say people, I mean institutions that, perhaps, survivors have tried to talk to in the past but they haven’t been believed or their stories have been seen as not credible because of the sort of size of allegations that they’re making and the seriousness of them…

From the number of survivors that I’ve spoken to and also from a number of witnesses, the concerns that they have about the NSPCC is that it’s very much the charity of the establishment and for many years obviously had people like Jimmy Savile and Rolf Harris associated with the fundraising side of it…


At the most serious level, we're talking about BRUTAL RAPE OF QUITE YOUNG BOYS...
After an investigation that I was involved in was closed down before it had even got off the ground, a senior police officer from the Metropolitan Police and two very experienced investigative journalists and myself had a meeting with a very prominent figure in the opposition party at that time (Labour) and we essentially gave the details that we want to give now but NOTHING CAME OF IT…

Paedophiles infiltrate every institution but the more powerful the institution is the more powerful the abusers are. And, unfortunately, parliament, politicians haven’t been immune from the infiltration by paedophiles.”
Kirsty then put this question to Peter:
“Are you suggesting that there are still people in power, positions of power power, that were involved twenty-odd years ago?”
Peter replied:
“VERY MUCH SO, YES… The allegations are against very specific named individuals and the initial impression that I would have is that there’s a great deal of truth in them.”
Peter gave another interview to the BBC on the same day and, responding to the question, ‘what is your central claim about the paedophile network, which you believe was at the centre of, really, the power in Britain,’ he said this:
“I believe that THERE IS STRONG EVIDENCE AND AN ENORMOUS AMOUNT OF EVIDENCE… THAT THERE IS AN EXTREMELY POWERFUL ELITE AMONGST THE HIGHEST LEVELS OF THE POLITICAL CLASSES for as long as I’ve been alive… and there’s been sufficient reason to investigate it over and over again, certainly for the last 30 years, and there’s always been the block and the cover up and the collusion to prevent that happening.

For the first time I’ve got a belief that survivors will come forward and justice will be served for a lot of survivors. Unfortunately, it’s been left so late that a lot of the abusers are now dead

We’re looking at THE LORDS, AT THE COMMONS, AND THE JUDICIARY. We’re looking at all institutions where there will be a small percentage of paedophiles and a slightly larger percentage of people felt that in terms of their own self-interest and self-preservation and for political party reasons, it has been safer for them to cover it up rather than deal with it…

Over many, many years I’ve spoken to a considerable number of victims… They quite openly talk about rape and beatings and being moved around and being a parcel really, literally as crude as a lump of meat being taken from one place to another and abused.”

For more than 30 years 'there’s always been the block and the cover up and the collusion to prevent' knowledge of the true nature of the British elite from emerging.

That is the nature of the totality of the elite, ladies and gentlemen, not just the 'small percentage of paedophiles and a slightly larger percentage' who covered it up that Peter speaks of. Some would have known about it and swapped smutty stories with the perpetrators without actively engaging on any 'cover up.' Many more would have known but chose not to think about it.

Others on the Labour benches, notably the Deputy leader, Harriet Harman, her husband, Jack Dromey and former Health Secretary Patricia Hewitt encouraged it by pandering to the Paedophile Information Exchange. Margaret Hodge, Tony Blair's former Minister for Children, did next to nothing about a paedophile scandal in Islington when the Egyptian-Jewish immigrant was the youthful leader of the council there.

You see what I mean? Discounting the most recent intake, very few of the current incumbents in the Commons and Lords would have no knowledge at all of the paedophilic behaviours of their perverted confederates.

And they did and said nothing. They closed ranks. In fact, they didn't just close ranks, they ridiculed the one MP who took the matter seriously. Geoffrey Dickens, whose dossier Leon Brittan, Home Secretary at the time, when questioned about it recently, did not remember and then did, but couldn't recall where it went, was either lampooned or ignored by his fellow MPs and the press.

The guilt of all is as actual as it enormous. They allowed the most vulnerable members of our society to be brutalised and tortured. For many decades many knew what was happening and most did nothing.

This is what you vote for. This is what rules our world. This is what has given it away to everyone else on the planet in recent times. This is what accused the BNP and the National Front of 'racism' for trying to warn the British people of Muslim paedophilia in our towns and cities.

Today we learned that more than 1,400 English girls, many of them just 11 and 12 years old, have been threatened, raped, gang raped, prostituted and trafficked, for the most part, by Pakistani Muslims over the course of the last 16 years.

In just one English town!

And Rotherham Council knew it was happening. So the did the police. And they, too, did 'next to nothing' until they were forced to do so by increasing pressure from the media.

How many more have been similarly abused by the establishment's pet uncriticisables since those who have our worst interests at heart began shipping them over en masse in the nineteen fifties? Rotherham is just one of 650 constituencies in the United Kingdom. 1,400 x 650?

I'll let you do the math.

Anyone out there imagine that Rotherham's MP from 1994 to 2013, the parliamentary trough-gobbler and erstwhile jailbird, Denis MacShane, knew nothing of these matters? Was he never approached by concerned parents and their children before the BBC quoted him thus on 24 September 2012?
"The Rotherham police exposed, arrested and broke up an evil gang of internal traffickers who were sent to prison. But it is clear that the internal trafficking of barely pubescent girls is much more widespread and I regret that the police did not tell Yorkshire MPs about their inquiries."
How come other MPs knew about it and he didn't? How come I knew about it and he didn't? When it was happening on his own doorstep? Check out what I was saying about such things ten years ago.

He must have known about it. He just didn't want to admit it. In common with most MPs, when the sh*t hits the fan, they look for some else to condemn. It helps if that someone else is entirely deserving of any blame going.

Anyway, who thinks it more likely that the criminally inclined within 'the Lords, the Commons and the judiciary' (and the police), along with their peers who chose not to inform on them, would be more likely to turn a blind eye to similar criminality in their constituents' communities?

Common sense, isn't it? If you find torturing powerless and terrified youngsters pleasurable, you're hardly likely to give a damn when others institutionalise the process across the country.

The people you vote, the people you enfranchise, have been abusing our children for many decades now. Those they beckoned in to our world against our will, have been doing likewise from, one must presume, the time they got here.

In a democracy, even a pretend democracy like ours, You get what you vote for, ladies and gentlemen.

If you vote the same way forever, you get it over and over again. As the wise man said, 'if you always do what you always did, you'll always get what you always got.'

When we take our country back, the foul degenerates of parliament and Pakistan will be punished to the max. If you want that happy event to happen along sooner rather than later, don't vote for degeneracy and don't vote for those who who import it.

It's just that simple.

An exposé of paedophiles operating in Rochdale may be seen below:

Jack Straw, who was Home Secretary in 1997, when the the period of abuse covered by the Rotherham inquiry begins, describes the way the Muslim paedophile sees our little girls in the video below.

'Easy meat' is the term he uses.

Straw did nothing at all when he was in a position to do a good deal about Muslim paedophilia. He speaks out above in 2011, a year after New Labour lost power.

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