Monday, 22 December 2014

Child brides and paedophile rings

On 20 December 2014, The Daily Mirror told us this:
"Child brides from overseas can legally enter Britain because of a legal loophole. If the girl is wed lawfully in her homeland her husband cannot be prosecuted under UK law, Theresa May’s Home Office said…

In August, Home Secretary Mrs May failed to prevent a girl of 15 from Eritrea in Africa from coming to Britain, despite fears her marriage was illegal. Yordanos Takle Tesfagabir was reunited with her husband who lives here as a refugee.

One in nine girls worldwide is married before age 15. Girls of 14 can wed in Bolivia and Paraguay, and under 12s in Tanzania.”
Did you know that paedophilia was legal in this country?

Me neither.

Did you know that African men can have intercourse with 11-year-old girls in the UK and there’s nothing that the British legal system can do about it?

Me neither.

Well, we all know now. Actually, some of the better off Africans (and Asians) could have as many child brides as they want. And, not only that, they'd get extra benefits for having them!
And yet, the 'Offences against the Person Act' of 1861, tells us that:

"In the United Kingdom a person guilty of bigamy is liable, on conviction on indictment, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding seven years!"

But only for us, eh? Only for the poor, old long-suffering British dinosaur.

Did you know polygamy was legal in this country? Most of you, I'm sure, did not. Oh, yes, there are quite a few un-British things that immigrants can do in our country that most of us would not approve of.

Such obvious partiality might once have been called unfairness, or, more recently, discrimination. But, of course, where discrimination occurs, it cannot be deemed discrimination if the non-native benefits, so, nowadays they call unfairness 'diversity' and encourage the stupid to applaud it.

And thus, in Britain, the immigrant can do, not only what we cannot do, but also what we do not wish done.

And get away with it.

On 21 December 2014, The Independent on Sunday told us this:
“Three MPs and three members of the House of Lords have been named in a dossier handed to police concerning investigations into the alleged Westminster paedophile ring.
The dossier, which has been compiled by Labour MP John Mann, contains a total list of 22 high-profile figures deemed ‘worthy of investigation,’ following the detailed examination of hundreds of pieces of evidence presented to him by members of the public…
The dossier names 12 former ministers, several of whom he believes were ‘definitely child abusers’ and at least two of which are alleged to have assaulted boys at the Dolphin Square ‘abuse parties’...

The MP said he had investigated claims made against many other names but did not believe the evidence was 'sufficiently strong enough' to pass onto police. He revealed he had also been told of allegations that an organised crime ring and one celebrity had been involved in the trafficking of young boys across London to the abuse parties in Dolphin Square…
The development follows Thursday’s news that the Metropolitan police are investigating allegations that three young boys, who are believed to have been physically and sexually abused at the hands of Westminster MPs in the 1970s and 80s, were murdered by the VIP paedophile ring…

Their witness… claimed that during his years of abuse at the hands of Conservative politicians, he saw a Conservative MP strangle a boy to death during a sex attack.
He claims a second boy was killed in a brutal physical attack and that a third was deliberately run down by a car driven by one of the perpetrators, which he took to be a warning not to speak of the abuse to anyone.

The Labour MP’s dossier is set to be followed by a second document concerning an alleged cover-up of the investigation into VIP paedophile rings in the 1980s, compiled by former police officers…

In further developments, The Observer reported that police have now interviewed a former local newspaper executive who claims he was issued with an official warning when he attempted to report on a powerful paedophile ring at Elm Guest House in south west London. The claims of Hilton Tims, 81, further fuel the suggestions of a major cover up of evidence of VIP paedophile rings at the time, after his newspaper the Surrey Comet was issued with a D-notice around 1984.

At the time, Mr Tims was news editor and making attempts to report on a police investigation into Elm Guest House in Barnes…

Officials running the D-notice system… revealed that some records concerning official requests for media blackouts during that time period had been destroyed.”
If you ever wondered what kind of parliamentary bigwig would allow immigrant paedophiles to ship over their child brides for for more than sixty years without any legal hindrance, now you know.

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