… AND 10 DOWNING STREET
Hello all …
Even those readers from around the world may have noticed that Britain has been rocked by the paedophile revelations regarding Jimmy Savile, the former disc jockey and procurer of children for the rich and famous – and what has followed in relation to Lord McAlpine, the former treasurer of the Conservative or ‘Tory’ Party at the time of Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
There is information coming from all directions and it can be very confusing for those who have not followed this unfolding story stage by stage. I have been on this case since the 1990s and I’ll put the pieces together to make sense of it.
This is not just a story about Britain, either, because the same networks of paedophilia and Satanism covertly manipulate the political system all over the world and most certainly in places like North America. The Bush family are up to their necks in it.
What even many more open-minded people can’t grasp is the almost unimaginable scale of child abuse, murder and human sacrifice worldwide and how it is the very cement that holds the global Establishment together, locally, nationally and internationally.
The bigger picture requires the question: why paedophilia? I can answer that very simply, but it needs a really open mind to accept it and they are not the majority, of course. These people are possessed by sheer evil and thus express sheer evil.
This is why paedophilia is so fundamentally connected to Satanism – or one reason why. Satanic ritual ensures the total possession of the ‘vehicle’ and paedophilia expresses that possession to allow the possessing entity to feed off the child’s life-force during sexual abuse, as I have explained at length in my books and highlighted at Wembley.
I have found the same networks of paedophiles, Satanists and secret society initiates in every country I have investigated and I have been to a few to say the least. The networks (in the end a single network) operate globally and right down into local communities.
At all these levels you invariably find that members of the paedophile/Satanist/secret society network occupy key positions in politics, government administration, law enforcement, the judiciary and so on. I am not saying all those positions are spoken for in this way, of course, because there are many genuine, decent people in all of them.
But the networks in the global web cover their own backs by ensuring that any claims about their activities – and not just paedophilia either – are ‘investigated’, dismissed and covered up by members of the network in the police and other levels of ‘law’ enforcement. If a case goes to court or some sort of ‘public inquiry’, they seek to have their own ‘safe’ people appointed from the judiciary to keep the lid on everything.
Members of the network, or ring, in all these positions and others, watch each other’s backs and they only get convicted if the barriers and influence of the network are breached by genuine people inside the political and legal system.
With that background, we come to the present Establishment paedophile scandal in the UK which began with the revelations on British television about ‘entertainer’, Jimmy Savile, or So-vile’ as he has become known.
The ITV television programme exposing his sexual molestation and rape of underage girls triggered a massive response from other people all over the country who contacted the police to tell their stories about what Savile did to them. Police say they are following hundreds of leads and Savile’s paedophilia was clearly of historic proportions over decades.
The paedophile-infested Establishment and its servile media sought to hold the line at Savile’s own abuse of young girls with a few other people in the entertainment industry thrown in, most notably two convicted paedophiles and friends of Savile, former ‘pop stars’, Gary Glitter and Jonathan King.
But I have known about Savile since the 1990s when a royal insider and others told me about his paedophilia and necrophilia (sex with dead bodies); his liking for sex with little boys; his extremely close relationship with the royal family; and how he procured children for the rich and famous, including the royals and top politicians. In other words, the scandal is far bigger than the public is being told – absolutely fantastic, in fact, in its scale and depth.
I knew that Savile supplied former Conservative Prime Minister Edward Heath with young boys – I have been exposing Heath since 1998 (seven years before he died) as a paedophile, Satanist and mass child killer for most of his adult life. See The Biggest Secret and other books of mine.
Gradually, as the Savile story expanded, some of this found its way into the mainstream media, including the confirmation by a BBC contemporary of Savile, Paul Gambaccini, that Savile was a necrophiliac. This is why, as I was told in the 1990s, that Savile volunteered to work in hospitals – it gave him access to the mortuaries.
See my newsletter, Jimmy Savile … Doorway to the Cesspit for far more detail about the Savile story. I am reprising a little of that background again here because of its connection to what followed with claims about the abuse of children in ‘care’ homes in North Wales and the political figures alleged to be implicated.
Savile was extremely close to the British royal family to whom he was introduced by the late Lord Louis Mountbatten, a paedophile himself, and he went on to have a close relationship with Prince Philip and Prince Charles – so much so that he acted as a ‘go-between’ during Charles’ bust-ups with Princess Diana.
It would be inexplicable that this very strange aging disc jockey would be so unbelievably close to the royal family – right in the inner sanctum – unless you knew what he really did for a living and that was procure children. The same is true of his equally close relationship with Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher with whom he claims to have spent many Christmas dinners during her years in office.
It just so happens that the Thatcher government and Conservative Party in the 1980s was alive with paedophilia as will be the present Conservative administration because they always are. The same applies to the Labour and Liberal Democrat parties and their like around the world, including, no, especially, the Republicans and Democrats in the United States.
The latest sequence began with the Savile revelations still in full flow when a Labour Member of Parliament and deputy chairman of the opposition Labour Party, Tom Watson, asked Prime Minister David Cameron in the Houses of Parliament about a paedophile ring operating out of Number 10 Downing Street during the reign of a previous – unnamed – prime minister.
Watson and Cameron.
His question was connected to Peter Righton, a member of the vile Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE), who was convicted in 1992 of importing and possessing illegal homosexual pornographic material. Righton was a former consultant to the National Children’s Bureau and Director of Education at the prestigious National Institute of Social Work in London. Tom Watson said in Parliament:
The evidence file used to convict paedophile Peter Righton, if it still exists, contains clear intelligence of a widespread paedophile ring. One of its members boasts of its links to a senior aide of a former Prime Minister who says he could smuggle indecent images of children from abroad.
The leads were not followed up but if the file still exists, I want to ensure that the Metropolitan Police secure the evidence, re-examine it, and investigate clear intelligence suggesting a powerful paedophile network linked to Parliament and Number 10.
Peter Righton – a ‘leading child care expert’ and paedophile.
Tom Watson said later that ‘a retired public servant had, through a quirk of fate, stumbled on something that appeared so huge, that almost everyone he’d ever raised his concerns with had baulked at the challenge’ and that ‘some of those powerful people involved in a cover up may well have been – and could still be – powerful politicians.’ Watson continued in a posting on his website:
Since then though, many more ordinary people have contacted me about suspicions they have had of a wider wrongdoing – in some cases so heinous it made me cry.
They have talked of psychopaths marking children with Stanley knifes to show ‘ownership’. They tell of parties where children were ‘passed around’ the men. They speak of golf course car parks being the scenes for child abuse after an 18 hole round.
And they have named powerful people – some of them household names – who abused children with impunity.
Two former police officers have raised their concerns of cover-ups. Child protection specialists have raised their fears that the network of convicted paedophile Peter Righton, the nexus of the group, was wider than at first thought. Others have identified a former cabinet minister who regularly abused young boys.
Some have raised mysterious early deaths, disappeared children, suspicious fires, intimidation and threats.
It certainly can be, but I have been researching this subject for nearly two decades and what Watson says all makes perfect sense to me.
Watson’s public statement was then followed by very weird behaviour by the BBC over an interview for the current affairs programme, Newsnight, with Steve Messham who was one a stream of children abused at ‘care’ homes in North Wales in the 1970s and 1980s.
Children’s homes and ‘care’ homes are the main source of children for the rings and child procurer Jimmy Savile has been connected to the North Wales abuse scandal, as he has to others like the one at the Haut de la Garenne on the Channel Island of Jersey. It is a national and international ring and so homes are involved all over the country – as abuse victims have indeed confirmed.
A member of the production group behind Steve Messham’s Newsnightinterview – not directly employed by the BBC – began to circulate on the Internet that Newsnight was likely to name a senior political figure that evening as a child abuser.
Iain Overton, editor of the self-styled ‘independent, not-for-profit’ Bureau of Investigative Journalism which led the Newsnight ’investigation’, said: ‘If all goes well we’ve got a Newsnight out tonight about a very senior political figure who is a paedophile’. See the news story after this article for fascinating connections to Overton’s employers.
Overton’s actions began a frenzy of activity on the Internet speculating on who it could be, but when the programme aired that night the interview with Steve Messham did not include the name of the person that he was talking about and was only an account of his deeply disturbing experiences with this person.
Naturally the speculation became even more frenetic and in the days that followed the name of very close Thatcher aide and former party treasurer Lord McAlpine was widely mentioned on the Internet by multiple sources. McAlpine, now living in Italy, eventually made a public statement denying that he abused anyone and threatening legal action against those who named him.
McAlpine, a man of considerable wealth from the family of the McAlpine construction and civil engineering company, was very specific in his statement as he sought to counter the unbroadcast claims by Steve Messham that he was the abuser.
He said that he had only once been to the location of much of Messham’s abuse, the main North Wales town of Wrexham. He said that this single visit was to the local Constituency Conservative Association on party business and he had been at all times accompanied by the now dead Stuart Newman, an agent from Conservative Central Office. He said he did not stay the night.
McAlpine said that he had never visited a children’s home in North Wales, ‘nor have I ever visited any children’s home, reform school or any other institution of a similar nature.’ He added that he had never stayed in a hotel in or near Wrexham, did not own a Rolls Royce, has never had a ‘Gold card’ or ‘Harrods card’ and never wore aftershave – all of which had been alleged of Messham’s attacker or attackers.
‘If he does think I am the man who abused him all those years ago I can only suggest that he is mistaken and that he has identified the wrong person’, McAlpine said.
McAlpine then threatened legal action in his statement of denial – ‘I conclude by reminding those who have defamed me or who intend to do so that in making this statement I am by no means giving up my right to seek redress at law and repeat that I expressly reserve my rights to take all such steps as I and my solicitors consider necessary to protect my interests.’
What I find strange is that he is talking about legal action now, at the age of 70 in semi-retirement in Italy, when he did not take legal action ‘in his prime’ in the 1990s when he was very prominently named in relation to abuse at North Wales children’s homes by the now defunct Scallywag magazine.
McAlpine told the BBC this week that it had been an ‘horrendous shock’ to hear the allegations, so why wasn’t the Conservative Party treasurer in the Thatcher era equally ‘horrendously shocked’, and why didn’t he therefore sue, when similar allegations involving North Wales children’s homes were published byScallywag magazine in the 1990s and he was the subject of a banner headline to that effect – and more?
I don’t understand. The Scallywag article could not have been more explicit. And why does he say that it was an ‘horrendous shock’ to hear these allegations when similar ones have been published before and he did NOTHING?
McAlpine was an extremely rich man and in the 1990s he was an even more prominent public figure. He could have put Scallywag out of business if he had showed in court that its allegations were not true and this would have nailed the allegations for good and stopped them circulating on the Internet ever since (without a single challenge from ‘me Lord’). The same with Margaret Thatcher aide and speechwriter, Derek ‘me’ Laud, who appeared in the Scallywag article.
McAlpine says he is seeking damages from all and bloody sundry now and yet did nothing when the same allegations were made by Scallywag all those years ago. So please, Lord McAlpine, credibly explain why you didn’t.
Here is the Scallywag article … it is worth reading this before we proceed.
Later in the day after McAlpine made his denial statement, suddenly Steve Messham retracted his decades-old claim that McAlpine was one of his abusers – a statement repeated only a few days earlier in part of the Newsnight interview that was not broadcast.
That was shocking enough, but his explanation for doing so was absolutely bizarre.
Messham apologised for naming McAlpine (he hadn’t publicly) and he said it was a case of ‘mistaken identity’, the same words that McAlpine had used in his statement earlier the same day. Newsnight then made a grovelling apology for naming McAlpine when they hadn’t - the name was removed from the Messham interview.
Newsnight was just about the only BBC news or current affairs programme with a trace of backbone, but has now been neutered as a result of all this with lawyers in attendance to dictate what can and cannot be broadcast.
Steve Messham said that the reason he recanted that night on his not publicly mentioning the name of Lord McAlpine is that he was shown a picture of him by police ‘in the last hour’ and he realised it was not the man who abused him over and over and over decades ago.
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