Russians Think the EU Is a Moral Sewer. Child Molesters on the Evening News
Russians Think the EU Is a Moral Sewer. Child Molesters on the Evening News
Published on 22 Jul 2015
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Russian media report on Dutch paedophile party and power of paedophile lobby within Dutch establishment
60 Minutes investigates alleged Westminster paedophile network
July 20, 2015
INCREDIBLE, extraordinary and utterly unbelievable.
That is how 60 Minutes reporter Ross Coulthart describes what he sees as one of the biggest political scandals in UK history.
But it’s not just the allegations that for decades MPs, Lords, and secret service officers were part of a highly organised paedophile ring that left the seasoned reporter without words. It was the views of paedophile advocate Tom O’Carroll.
As part of their investigation into the Westminster paedophile network, the 60 Minutes team spoke to the controversial figure who believes having sex with children should be legal.
“I don’t think I have ever seen an unrepentant paedophile speaking candidly about their beliefs and their lusts before,” Mr Coulthart told news.com.au ahead of the program. “It really is very confronting because you realise in their own minds they genuinely believe that what they are doing is not wrong.
“One of the arguments that he makes is that the trauma that children suffer when they have sex with adults is not caused by having sex with adults. He claims the trauma is caused by the fuss that is made by police, parents and by government agencies and he says if paedophiles were just left alone to have sex with kids everything would be fine because children can consent to sexual relations.
“It’s a huge dilemma for us as parents and as citizens. How do we deal with people like this? When you meet one face-to-face defending his beliefs arguing that’s perfectly reasonable for children to be allowed to consent to have sex with adults, you realise that children have to be protected from people like that.”
The 60 Minutes team travelled to London to interview victims, witnesses, and British police officers, who said they were told to drop their inquiries against high-profile figures such as former Labour MP Lord Greville Janner.
One of the glaring allegations to surface in recent weeks is that the UK Crown Prosecution Service admitted that it had enough evidence to charge Lord Janner with sex crimes against boys three times over the last 25 years. He has always denied the allegations.
However it is unlikely, Lord Janner, 86, who suffers from dementia, will ever face court.
While the allegations against at least 10 current and former MPs and subsequent cover-ups are so explosive that it eventually led to a British parliamentary inquiry, Mr Coulthart says it should be front page news almost every day, yet he says it isn’t.
“I have been gobsmacked that this has not been a front page daily news scandal,” Mr Coutlhart said. “One of the reasons why we decided to do this story was because we couldn’t believe that so much of the English media wasn’t. I think to a large degree a large percentage of the British media has been complicit in covering it up.
“There’s been stories we’ve been told about of stories being pulled from the media. It is the very worst tradition of British establishment political corruption. The institutions of state have been corrupted in order to protect the rich and powerful.”
The 60 Minutes team also speak to the driver to the Australian High Commissioner, who they say could hold the key to blowing this case wide open.
“The people who are implicated are not just former members of parliament and public servants, they are people that have been named to us that are still in government who are still in public service and in very powerful positions,” Mr Coulthart explained. “And the question has to be asked, are they being protected? And I suspect there are.
“It’s very confronting.”
How Thatcher’s MI5 Spy Chief Protected a Pedophile Member of Parliament
As the Tory government scrambled to avoid scandal, it appears little or no consideration was given to the children who were raped.
23 Jul 2015
LONDON — The head of Britain’s MI5 domestic intelligence service told the Thatcher government that a pedophile MP was operating in the House of Commons but suggested a plot to cover up his “penchant for small boys” in order to avoid political embarrassment.
It was a plan the government was only too happy to accept.
Proof of the extraordinary cover-up in the 1980s was kept hidden in the Cabinet Office vaults for more than a quarter of a century despite an official inquiry last year that was supposed to uncover government documents that included any evidence of pedophiles in Westminster.
Details of a written warning from Sir Antony Duff, the director general of MI5, to Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher’s Cabinet Secretary emerged on Wednesday night after the government slipped it online as parliament closed for the summer. (PDF)
The letter dated 11/4/86 explained that two sources had identified an MP as a practicing pedophile. The MP was questioned about the allegations, but the case was dropped when he denied it.
The head of MI5 wrote: “At the present stage… the risks of political embarrassment to the Government is rather greater than the security danger.”
The Cabinet Office insists that none of these documents were deliberately hidden from the inquiry
Peter Wanless and Richard Whittam, who led last year’s inquiry into “lost” documents, seemed stunned by the callous nature of the note. “The risk to children is not considered at all,” they wrote.
They have passed the note to police and the official child sex abuse inquiry along with a further collection of documents, which were also missed when they asked government departments to disclose any information in their archives related to allegations of a VIP pedophile ring operating at the heart of the British establishment.
One of the crucial files in question, which relates to the activities of former Conservative minister William van Straubenzee, had been marked for destruction by the government before officials at the National Archives pointed out its importance.
Other documents which were missed from the original inquiry included papers that named the former diplomat and intelligence operative Sir Peter Hayman, Thatcher’s former parliamentary secretary Sir Peter Morrison, and her protégée Leon Brittan, whom she appointed to run Britain’s law enforcement and security services.
The content of these documents has not yet been disclosed. In the addendum to their original report, released last night, Wanless and Whittam explained their importance.
“There were a number of references across the papers we saw that reinforced the observation… that issues of crimes against children, particularly the rights of the complainant, were given considerably less serious consideration than would be expected today,” they wrote. “To give one striking example, in response to claims from two sources that a named Member of Parliament ‘has a penchant for small boys’ matters conclude with acceptance of his word that he does not.”
Amid growing public outrage that crimes against children were committed and then covered up by senior politicians, Wanless and Whittam expressed their frustration at what looked like ongoing attempts by government officials to stifle the investigation: “It is essential that the public have confidence in the searches that were undertaken, not least because we had to rely on the efficiency and integrity of those who sought material on our behalf. The emergence of these papers only after our Review had completed is not helpful in that regard.”
The Cabinet Office insists that none of these documents were deliberately hidden from the inquiry.
One of the new documents includes mention of the Kincora Boys’ Home, an orphanage in Northern Ireland, where it is alleged that boys were abused with the knowledge of Britain’s security services.
At least 29 boys were abused at the home between the late 1950s and the early 1980s. In 1981, three senior care staff were jailed for their part in the abuse. It is, however, alleged that MI6 knew about ongoing systemic abuse at the institution but chose to allow it to continue because it gave them leverage against Northern Irish politicians who were abusing the boys.
Victims have alleged that senior figures, including politicians based in London, traveled to the institution to abuse boys, and claimed that they were trafficked to other parts of Britain for VIP pedophile parties.
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