Sunday, 20 July 2014

What happened when UK Police found out about the systematic rape and exploitation of vulnerable children by MP's

Britain's criminal justice system abused by Ministers, judges and police to protect lords and parliamentarians who rape and murder children.  It is also used to seize documents on child abuse and threaten anyone who might want to  publish or blow the whistle on the rape of little children

Editor Don Hale was given a dossier naming VIP peadophiles by Barbara Castle MP. Following this he was  raided by Special Branch and threatened. The Police  brought with them a  Court Order from a corrupt Judge which made it legal  for them to seize the dossier and made it illegal for Don to  publish the  story about the child abuse.

 The Police did not seize the dossier and the Court did not  issue the search and seizure warrant  to protect National Security. They did not stop the Lords and MP's named in the dossier from sexually abusing children,  many who were seized from children's Homes. The Police and the Court  gave VIP paedophiles  the green light to continue the abuse and the Police, the CPS and the Courts protected these paedophiles  from prosecution for their horrific crimes and still do.   

So what happened when Special Branch stormed  into Don Hales home with the Court Order?

The knock on the door came early one day in the famously dry summer of 1984. It was just after 8 am, and Don Hale, the young editor of the Bury Messenger, was reading the daily papers at his desk as his reporters were beginning to arrive at the office.
As Hale, then 31, answered the door, a trio of plain-clothes detectives barged in, followed by a dozen police officers in uniform.
What happened next was, in Hale’s words, ‘like something out of totalitarian East Germany rather than Margaret Thatcher’s supposedly free Britain’.
The detectives identified themselves as Special Branch, the division of the police responsible for matters of national security.
‘They began to flash warrant cards and bark questions,’ says Hale. ‘It was as if they were interviewing a potential criminal rather than a law-abiding newspaper man.
‘The officers told me that I should abandon plans to print a story that was scheduled to run in our next edition. If I didn’t, they told me to expect a long jail sentence.’
Initially bewildered by their threatening tone, Hale soon worked out the purpose of the police visit.
The focus of their attention was an incendiary dossier he had been handed a few days earlier by long-serving Labour politician Barbara Castle. A powerful feminist and stalwart of the traditional Left, who served in Harold Wilson’s Cabinet, she was for years the MP for nearby Blackburn.
One of her lifelong interests, as a principled advocate for the vulnerable and powerless, was child protection. To that end, she had become concerned at the rising influence of the paedophile lobby, which was then infiltrating the political Establishment, developing links with senior public figures, including MPs, peers, civil servants and police officers.
Mrs Castle was particularly alarmed, Hale recalls, about the Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE), which had become officially ‘affiliated’ with the influential National Council for Civil Liberties, run by future Labour frontbenchers Harriet Harman, Patricia Hewitt and Jack Dromey.

Journalist Don Hale, the young editor of the Bury Messenger in 1984,  was silenced by an official government order. Ms Castle had given him documents which included minutes of meetings held in Westminster in support of the paedophile agenda
Journalist Don Hale, the young editor of the Bury Messenger in 1984,  was silenced by an official government order. Ms Castle had given him documents which included minutes of meetings held in Westminster in support of the paedophile agenda
‘To her frustration, politicians seemed unwilling to discuss this important issue,’ says Hale. ‘So, being aware of my investigative work in the local media, she approached me and we agreed to a meeting.’
Over tea and a bun at a local cafe, Mrs Castle opened a battered briefcase and handed Hale a bundle of extraordinary documents. They included typewritten minutes of meetings that had been held at Westminster in support of the paedophile agenda, along with details of a host of Establishment figures who had apparently pledged support to their cause.
No fewer than 16 MPs were on that list, several of them household names. Also mentioned multiple times was Tory minister Sir Rhodes Boyson, a well-known enthusiast for corporal punishment, and Education Secretary Sir Keith Joseph.
‘I don’t suppose you’d be interested in writing a story on this,’ Mrs Castle asked in what Hale describes as a tone of weariness.
‘She perked up when I told her that yes, I would be interested,’ he says, ‘though I warned her that I would have to make inquiries with the authorities about some contents of the dossier.’
Accordingly, a few days later he put in a call to the Home Office.
‘I could detect the antagonism from officials as soon as they answered,’ he says. ‘The institution that should have been protecting vulnerable children seemed more interested in stopping the Press from prying too closely.’
It was the morning after Hale made his call to the Home Office that Special Branch officers turned up at the Bury Messenger.
Pushing him into a corner, they began barking orders.
‘Let me assure you that this story is not in the public interest,’ said a detective. ‘It cannot be printed, as a matter of national security.’
‘That can’t be right,’ Hale told him.
‘Look, we’re not here to argue,’ the detective responded. ‘Are you going to hand over your papers?’
‘No,’ Hale replied.
At this point, the officer produced a document, signed by a judge. It showed that his previous remark about not printing the story had not been a request, but an order. The document handed to Hale was a D-notice — a relic of wartime censorship that could be served on newspaper editors, allowing the Government to block any story that threatened national security.
‘If you don’t comply with this notice, we will arrest you for perverting the course of justice,’ the detective barked. ‘You will be liable for up to ten years in prison.’
At this point, Hale’s resistance collapsed. He had been plunged into a situation for which he had little experience.
In his first editorship and married with two children, he says he couldn’t afford to casually put his family and career at risk.
The papers from Mrs Castle were swiftly confiscated, as were Hale’s notes and even his typewriter.
‘When I asked the reason for this strange act of expropriation, I was told it was being taken in case of allegations of fraud,’ he says.
‘You might have typed these statements yourself,’ said a detective, referring to minutes of paedophile campaign meetings. As the police left, Hale was warned never to write about the raid or tell anyone what had happened.
If you don’t comply with this notice, we will arrest you for perverting the course of justice
Officer to Mr Hale during raid at his newspaper office 
‘One point I found interesting was that they all spoke with London accents,’ says Hale. ‘Not a single man was from Lancashire. It was obvious this was a Metropolitan Police raid, planned in the capital.
‘This was confirmed when, disobeying Special Branch’s instructions, I phoned Bury police about the incident. They knew nothing of it and were astonished.’
Rather less shocked was Barbara Castle. When Hale saw her a few days later, she told him: ‘I thought this might happen.’
‘I wish you’d told me,’ he replied. ‘I was totally unprepared. If I’d known, I might have been more discreet in my inquiries to the Home Office or been able to hide some of the papers.’ Mrs Castle apologised. ‘Well, this certainly shows the extent of the cover-up,’ she said. ‘We are fighting a formidable foe.’
Sadly, it wasn’t a foe that Barbara Castle would live to see defeated. Thanks to the D-notice, Hale never made further inquiries or made public the contents of the dossier. Castle went to her grave in 2002 with its contents still secret.
She wasn’t the only one. In a scandal that has gripped Westminster, we recently learned that a similar dossier was handed to then Home Secretary Leon Brittan in 1983 by the late Tory MP Geoffrey Dickens.
Lord Brittan says he passed on that dossier to civil servants and prosecutors. But its contents seem never to have been properly acted on.
Last week, the Home Office was forced to admit it is one of no fewer than 114 files relating to the paedophile lobby and PIE that are ‘missing’, presumed destroyed.
Amid growing public disquiet, two public inquiries will now attempt to establish what happened. The first, by NSPCC head Peter Wanless, will focus on how the Home Office handled recent allegations of child abuse in the early Eighties. It will report in nine weeks.
Another investigation into the handling of child-abuse allegations by a range of public institutions, including schools, care homes and the Church, will last much longer. It is seeking a chairman, following this week’s resignation of the initial appointee, Baroness Butler-Sloss.
Against this backdrop, Hale’s decision to reveal what happened in his office in 1984 carries huge significance, on a number of levels.
Take, for example, his revelation about the role of Special Branch in shutting down his coverage of Establishment links to paedophiles.
It comes just a week after Tim Hulbert, a former Home Office employee, revealed that in 1979 he had been told to wave through the renewal of a £30,000 grant for PIE.
Hulbert says his boss Clifford Hindley — a suspected paedophile — claimed ‘PIE was being funded at the request of Special Branch, who found it politically useful to keep an eye on paedophiles.’ If that isn’t coincidence enough, take also Hale’s revelation that two prominent Tories, Sir Rhodes Boyson and Sir Keith Joseph, were named in Castle’s dossier.
This week, a former Tory activist called Anthony Gilberthorpe told a Sunday newspaper that he had been asked to procure under-age boys for drink and drug-fuelled ‘sex parties’ at political party conferences in the early Eighties.
And who were the two most senior figures Gilberthorpe named as being present at the debauched events? None other than Sir Keith Joseph and Sir Rhodes Boyson.
While neither man is alive to defend themselves, and should, of course, be considered innocent until comprehensively proven guilty, this does, at the very least, appear uncanny.
A third extraordinary coincidence concerns an event that occurred a few days after Hale’s visit from Special Branch.
When he first read Mrs Castle’s dossier, he had noticed that some of those named as parliamentary supporters of the paedophile lobby were Liberals. With this in mind, he’d contacted Jeremy Thorpe, the former party leader who, despite his retirement from front-line politics, remained a national figure.
‘Over the phone, Thorpe told me he would send someone from the party to discuss the matter with me in person at my Bury office,’ says Hale. And who should appear soon after but Cyril Smith, the apparently genial MP for Rochdale.
We now know, thanks to heroic investigations by the present Rochdale MP Simon Danczuk, serialised by this newspaper, that Cyril Smith was a predatory paedophile who ruthlessly exploited his status to exploit vulnerable boys.
At the time, however, Hale was totally unaware of Smith’s sordid private life, and his name didn’t feature in Castle’s documents.
‘Perhaps my suspicions should have been raised by his dismissal of Barbara’s dossier when we met,’ he says. ‘It was all “poppycock”, Smith claimed, a result of Barbara “getting her knickers in a twist” because she was bored with her position as an MEP in Brussels.
‘Downplaying the whole business, Smith sought an assurance that I would not run any story about the dossier. When I refused, he left in a disappointed mood, and I continued my ill-fated investigation.’
We now know, of course, that Cyril Smith spent his life using friends within the Establishment to cover up paedophile activities.
And the organisation which, more than any other, presided over shoddy cover-ups on his behalf was, once again, Special Branch.
As Danczuk has revealed, a Lancashire police dossier on Smith containing credible allegations of abuse disappeared in the Seventies after being commandeered by Special Branch, who then demanded that local detectives stop investigating him.
Officers in Northamptonshire were instructed (via a phone call from shadowy officials in London) to release Smith from custody in the Eighties, after child porn was found in his car boot.
Meanwhile, policemen in London have revealed they were repeatedly told, by unnamed superiors (also believed to be Special Branch), to release the 23 stone MP after he was caught performing sex acts with young boys in public toilets in St James’s Park.
Don Hale, who is now 61, was in 2001 voted Journalist of the Year by What The Papers Say — an award normally reserved for reporters from the national media — for a brilliant campaign as editor of the Matlock Mercury in which he helped clear the name of a man who had wrongly been jailed for more than 20 years for a murder he did not commit.
He knows only too well how deep the tentacles of Smith and fellow paedophiles extended into the Establishment of the time.
A few years later, he was contacted by reporters from the News Of The World, who had somehow learned of Castle’s paedophile dossier and wanted to talk to him about it.
Soon after meeting them, Cyril Smith turned up unannounced in his office, claiming he ‘just happened to be in the area, ’ says Hale.
‘But the real reason was all too apparent: he had heard about the reappearance of the paedophile story and wanted to make sure that I would not pass on the information I had been given.’
In truth, however, there was no real chance of Castle’s dossier of information becoming public.
The News Of The World was also told to ‘spike’ (not publish) the story, for reasons of national security.
‘Their reporters were leant on just as heavily by Special Branch as I had been,’ says Hale, barely able to suppress his anger.
‘The Press is a key weapon in a just society to expose wrong-doing.
‘But this whole saga shows that, in the case of paedophilia in the Seventies and Eighties, the Establishment had a profoundly warped sense of morality, preferring cover-ups to crime fighting.’

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Thursday, 17 July 2014

MI5 guilty of exploiting innocent British children

MI5 has been involved with the systematic abuse of innocent children both in the UK mainland and in Northern Ireland notably in Kincora children's Home
For evidence we have the testimony of a man described by MI5 itself as an energetic, reliable and brave source of intelligence who had proved himself on many occasions. This praise was heaped on the head of a man known as 'Observer B' at the Bloody Sunday tribunal.
"My case officer told me to leave McGrath to them and I have always believed they used the information (about his sexual activities) to recruit him as an informer," Observer B told me.
He was referring to William McGrath, the housemaster of Kincora Boys' Home and one of three men later jailed for abusing youngsters in his care. Observer B, who had supplied a dossier to MI5, was promptly told to leave McGrath's Tara paramilitary group and join the UDA.
The person praising Observer B to Lord Saville's tribunal was one of his former handlers, a career MI5 agent known as 'Julian'. His evidence, which was given in London in May 2003, is preserved in the National Archives and available online.
Julian made it clear that Observer B, although not a republican, was a prized security service informant in Londonderry at the time.
Observer B was a former British Army Sergeant Major, an Englishman married to a local woman. He died in 2003, but I spoke to him in 1987 about his efforts to alert the authorities to Kincora before his handlers made his financial problems disappear to shut him up.
Video: Kincora - Did MI5 use the abuse of young men to manipulate people in high places – UUP leader Mike Nesbitt
source: Belfast Telegraph
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There was immediate confirmation of his status when Admiral William Higgins, Secretary of the Defence Advisory Committee, warned me that giving the man's whereabouts or naming his handlers would be a breach of national security and punishable as such.
But he wasn't the operative who tried to raise Kincora.
In May 1987 I published the story of a former Field Intelligence Non Commissioned Officer (FINCO). Unlike Observer B this FINCO is still alive.
In 1976 he was posted to east Belfast and became aware of Tara and McGrath. He posted a report to senior officers who told him to take no action.
McGrath had first come in contact with the intelligence community in the 1950s when he smuggled Bibles into Russia.
His handler was said to be an MI5 officer working in Old Holywood Road who was later charged with an offence against a young boy.
Such issues cannot be let lie.

Why did former Tory Minister Chris Patten quit the BBC

Former Tory minister, Chris Patten, has dramatically quit his role as the Chairman of the BBC Trust, following alleged ‘heart problems’.
His resignation has plunged the BBC into an even deeper crisis as it struggles to keep the lid on post-Savile child-abuse revelations.

BBC Paedos
You see, the BBC paedophile ring was not run by a lone perverted DJ.
The ring was controlled and organised by  the security services, and reached right into the heart of Government and Royalty.
Many thousands of boys have been abused in sadistic and terrifying assaults by the highest echelons of British Society over the past decades.
A high proportion of these children were trafficked from local care homes with the full complicity of social services and local councils.
The Elm Guest House scandal saw vulnerable boys from the Grafton Close home being taken to an address in Rocks Lane, Barnes.
They were raped by many high-profile figures there, including Lib Dem filth, Cyril Smith.
The fake-Christian singer, Cliff Richard was also named as a regular visitor.
Cliff Richard is very, very close to Tony Blair (yes we do mean that).
In a strange twist, Cliff was also close chums with BBC presenter, Jill Dando.
She knew all about the VIP paedophile-ring and was soon shot dead to shut her up and warn off other journalists.
Cliff was one of the last people to speak to Jill and was questioned several times by investigating officers.
For some unknown reason, Chris Patten was knighted and given the title of Lord Patten of Barnes.
Does he have any knowledge of the Elm Guest House scandal?
In a further twist, Tony Blair ennobled child-raping filth Greville Janner.
Janner had buggered a care boy for two years but was never prosecuted.
Care worker Frank Beck died mysteriously in prison after being implicated in the affair.
Frank Beck was a resident of Braunstone in Leicester when the events described above were taking place. When Janner was ennobled in 1997, he took the title, Lord Janner of Braunstone.
The man responsible for ennobling Greville Janner was Tony Blair.
The following very interesting comments were left : ” I was in the courtroom when beck gave his evidence in full :his death by food poisoning in custody was very convenient for all those he said he had supplied the boys to in the local area .”
” Blair had a macabre sense of humour as Braunstone is the area Frank Beck used to live in. Beck was guilty. But he almost nailed Greville Janner.”
Margaret Hodge has been implicated in the Islington care home scandal where again thousands of children were abused in council-run care homes.
Despite this scandal leading to the tragic death of Jason Swift, Hodge was never investigated and was instead, quite unbelievably, given the job of Children’s Minster, by Tony Blair.
In a bizarre twist, Cliff also owns a home in Portugal, not far from where Madeleine McCann disappeared in 2007.
Gerry and Kate McCann were immediately given high-level support from the UK government and were assigned the help of Clarence Mitchell to act as their spokesperson.
Mitchell was one of the first reporters at the scene of Jill Dando’s murder in Fulham and no doubt works for the UK Intelligence Services.
The McCann family are themselves from Leicester and Gerry has many friends in high places in the area.
Another visitor to the Warner holiday complex in Praia de Luz at the time of Maddie’s disappearance was Philip Edmond Hodge, the nephew of Margaret Hodge (yet another Labour peer).
In 2013, the Independent reported on a BBC investigation into claims that Stephen Fry trivialized paedophilia.
Stephen Fry is not the man we think he is and may have lots to tell officers about the BBC paedo-ring.
The BBC Trust, headed by Chris Patten, allowed Fry to joke about paedophilia:
” The BBC Trust has rejected a complaint that Stephen Fry “trivialised” child abuse during an episode of QI in which he recited a limerick about a chaplain’s desire for a choir boy.
A report by the BBC Trust’s Editorial Standards Committee (ESC) said the broadcast was “at the margins of acceptability” but had not breached editorial guidelines.
During the episode, Fry recited the lines: “There was a young chaplain from King’s / Who talked about God and such things / But his real desire / Was a boy in the choir / With a bottom like jelly on springs.”
The ESC report said a woman complained because “she felt that the BBC showed a lack of understanding of what the limerick implied. The complainant said that the limerick trivialised the subject of paedophilia.”
The episode of QI, broadcast on BBC Two on 11 January, was followed by a Newsnight edition focusing on the Jimmy Savile scandal.
The committee said: “The likelihood of causing offence was, we acknowledge, increased by the news agenda on the day of broadcast. However, the comparisons that can be drawn between the scenario described in the limerick and the nature and extent of the abuse perpetrated by Jimmy Savile are, in our view, limited.”
The recent tragic death of Peaches Geldof has been predictably blamed on a drugs overdose.
Did she really die from drugs or was she murdered because she too had knowledge of the BBC paedo-ring?
She had already tweeted the name of the mothers who helped depraved singer Ian Watkins abuse babies.
Ian Watkins was once the boyfriend of Fearne Cotton.
Fearne Cotton’s second-cousin was BBC executive, Bill Cotton.
Did Peaches Geldof contact Fearne Cotton about what she knew?
Was her mother, Paula Yates, also murdered?
Most certainly, yes.
Her father, Hughie Green, was once a  BBC presenter  before he moved to ITV   His  show  opportunity knocks  started on BBC radio in 1949.  
Hughie Green was a great fan of Margaret Thatcher, who in turn was close chums with Savile.
There have been many strange and unexplained deaths of celebs linked to the BBC.
Michael Hutchence and Paula Yates died within 3 years of each other, in apparent drug-related suicides.
Sid Vicious and Nancy Spungen died in mysterious circumstances in New York.
Natasha Collins and Mark Speight both met an untimely and suspicious end.
Jill Dando was shot point-blank in the head on her doorstep, in 1999.
According to the Tap blog:
” On 22 November 1997, Hutchence was found dead in a hotel room in Sydney. Paula Yates wrote in her police statement that Michael Hutchence was “frightened and couldn’t stand a minute more without his baby”.
During their phone conversations on the morning of his suicide he had said, “I don’t know how I’ll live without Tiger”.
Yates also wrote that Bob Geldof had threatened them repeatedly with,
Don’t forget, I am above the law“.[
This was also the favourite saying of Jimmy Savile, whenever he was threatened with exposure.
Has Bob Geldof hoodwinked the British public, Savile-style, by pretending to be a charitable, caring, family-man?
By a strange coincidence, Bob Geldof owned the Planet 24 TV company along with gay-lord Waheed Alli and his partner Charlie Parsons.
Waheed Alli appears to have a strange hold over Parliament and is seen as a powerful behind-the scenes “fixer”, along with his pal Peter Mandelson.
Does Alli have anything to tell us about the VIP paedophile ring linked to Parliament?
At the time of the murder Jill Dando, the Crimestoppers helpline number conveniently stopped working, just when crucial evidence could have been offered.
The Crimestoppers organisation may well be a “front” organisation with sinister ulterior motives and is run by some very interesting names:
1) Nick Ross-
The former colleague of murdered presenter Jill Dando. He recently said he’d watch child-porn given half the chance. His wife Sarah Caplin, is a cousin of Esther Rantzen and a founding director of Childline. Suspicions have been raised that Childline is also a “gatekeeping” front organisation which is used to gather data on any child abuse reports that may involve VIPs.
2) Michael Ashcroft-
The controversial Tory donor who pays no tax and has non-dom status. He has been described as ruthless and “not a man to cross”. Made a Baron by the Queen.
3) Peter Imbert-
A former Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police who was in charge from 1987-1993 and may have a lot of information about why child- abuse claims made between these dates were ignored. Made a Baron by the Queen.
4) Lord Waheed Alli-
The first openly gay peer in Parliament and a wealthy entrepreneur. Owns a business, Shine Entertainment, with Rupert Murdoch’s daughter Elisabeth. Is a close friend of Tony Blair. Made a Baron by the Queen.
5) Peter Clarke-
A former Metropolitan Royal protection officer in charge of guarding Princess Diana at the time of her death. Made a CBE by the Queen.
6) Sir Ronnie Flanagan-
A former Chief Inspector of Constabulary. Was previously in charge of policing in Northern Ireland and Iraq. May have a lot of information about why child-abuse rings have been covered up.
In 2012, Danny Finkelstein of the Times wrote an article that appeared to cast doubt on the abuse claims made against Cyril Smith and Jimmy Savile:
” Cyril Smith may have been a monster. But until we have reliable evidence we must not rush to judgment . Can I ask you a question? How do you know, really know, that Jimmy Savile is guilty of child abuse? The truth, let’s face it, is that you don’t.  You are like me. You’ve perhaps heard one or two TV interviews with victims. You’ve read the odd article including some fairly damning quotes. You’ve gathered that there is a police investigation and that, as a result, a number of famous people have been arrested, although oddly always in connection with allegations that have nothing to do with Savile.
And, most of all, you’ve heard people say that he always looked a little fishy and that come to think of it it was a dead giveaway that he always waltzed around in one of those gold lamé tracksuits that paedos love to wear. And that hair. And “now then, now then”. He definitely did it.”
Daniel Finkelstein also, despite knowing about the accusations against Greville Janner, posted the following tweet:
” Watching Greville Janner in 1970 election prog. Attractive, incisive, intelligent, moderate. How did he not end up one of Lab’s leaders?”
The two were also listed together in the JC as being highly influential in their respective fields:
Following the death of Jill Dando, a new research centre in her name was formed:
” The UCL Jill Dando Institute of Security and Crime Science is the first Institute in the world devoted to Crime Science. Research is concentrated on new ways to cut crime and increase security ” .
By a strange twist, the Board of the Institute is run by none other than Nick Ross and Professor Anthony Finkelstein.
Anthony Finkelstein is Daniel Finkelstein’s brother.”
The highest judge in the land is Lord David Neuberger.
He used to work at N.M Rothschild and Sons and is married to Angela Holdsworth.
He was responsible for evicting the Parliament Square peace campaign.
In May 2011, while commenting on super injunctions, he said that social media sites like Twitter were “totally out of control” and society should consider ways to bring such websites under control.
By a very strange twist, his wife Angela, was a BBC executive for many years and must have known about Jimmy Savile’s child-raping activities.
She also worked with Nick Ross and Esther Rantzen on the controversial BBC show, Man Alive.
Angela Holdsworth then became the editor of another well-known programme.
That programme was none-other than Crimewatch.
In March 2014, the Mail reported in the disturbing case of High-Court judge, Adrian Fulford, who was linked to the Paedophile Information Exchange Network.
According to Companies House, Fulford is the director of a film company called Mole Films LLP. They were responsible for the TV children’s series, Secrets of Benjamin Bear.
The company is linked to Ingeneous Media, which helps wealthy individuals avoid tax by investing money in film projects.
By a strange twist, Bob Geldof is himself a director at Ingeneous Media.
Quite bizarrely, Greville Janner nominated Bob Geldof for a Nobel Peace Prize in 1987, declaring:
” Bob Geldof is important not only for what he has done but as a symbol of that which we should all be doing”.
Chris Patten is a governor of the Prior Park boys boarding school in Wiltshire.
The school is being investigated for child-abuse allegations:
The following disturbing comment was left:
” Chris Patten is an old boy of St. Benedict’s School. He’s has the Christopher Patten Cup for “Outstanding Performance at GCSE” named after him, and he is on the board of School Advisors.
This of course is the school where Father David Pearce enjoyed a 36 year paedophile career.”
In an even more macabre development, we find that Bob Geldof once wrote a book called Faith in Europe.
The co-author of that book was none other than Chris Patten.
How very, very strange indeed.
The clock is ticking on Britain’s dirty secrets.
It’s only a matter of time…

Curtesy of  the coleman experience