Archive for the ‘Child Abuse’ Category

Why Are Our Political Elite So Obsessed With Lowering the Age of Consent?

January 15, 2013

Why are UK politicians so preoccupied with lowering the age of consent? Who asked for it to be lowered in the first place? Not parents in Britain, that’s for sure. Listen to this bit of common sense before you start your debate…

UPDATE: British PM Rules Out Lowering Age Of Consent To 14…
http://news.sky.com/story/1036565/pm-rules-out-lowering-age-of-consent-to-14

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EXCLUSIVE: Was BBC presenter Jimmy Savile procuring Haut de la Garenne children’s home boys in Jersey for former PM Ted Heath?

January 13, 2013

Was BBC presenter Jimmy Savile procuring Haut de la Garenne children’s home boys in Jersey for former Prime Minister Ted Heath to sexually abuse on his boat ‘Morning Cloud’ – and were these victims subsequently murdered?

Assassinations of Princess Diana and former Labour Foreign Secretary Robin Cook with barrister Michael Shrimpton. Despicable failure of BBC Trust chairman & senior Tory Chris Patten to deal effectively with internal BBC censorship of the Jimmy Savile story…

Read and hear more at Tony Gosling’s Drive Time Show

SIR JIMMY SAVILE WAS PART OF SATANIC RING (WHO ELSE WAS INVOLVED…?)

January 13, 2013

James Fielding
Express
Jan 13, 2013

JIMMY SAVILE beat and raped a 12-year-old girl during a secret satanic ritual in a hospital.

The perverted star wore a hooded robe and mask as he abused the terrifi ed victim in a candle-lit basement.

He also chanted “Hail Satan” in Latin as other paedophile devil worshippers joined in and assaulted the girl at Stoke Mandeville Hospital in Buckinghamshire. The attack, which happened in 1975, shines a sinister new light on the former DJ’s 54-year reign of terror.

Savile, who died aged 84 in October 2011, is now Britain’s worst sex offender after police revealed he preyed on at least 450 victims aged eight to 47.

The girl kept her torment hidden for nearly 20 years before finally opening up to therapist Valerie Sinason.

Dr Sinason told the Sunday Express she first spoke to the victim in 1992. “She had been a patient at Stoke Mandeville in 1975 when Savile was a regular visitor.

“She recalled being led into a room that was filled with candles on the lowest level of the hospital, somewhere that was not regularly used by staff. Several adults were there, including Jimmy Savile who, like the others, was wearing a robe and a mask.

“She recognised him because of his distinctive voice and the fact that his blond hair was protruding from the side of the mask. He was not the leader but he was seen as important because of his fame.

“She was molested, raped and beaten and heard words that sounded like ‘Ave Satanas’, a Latin­ised version of ‘Hail Satan’, being chanted. There was no mention of any other child being there and she cannot remember how long the attack lasted but she was left extremely frightened and shaken.”

Savile was a volunteer porter and fundraiser at the hospital between 1965 and 1988 and had his own quarters there.

Five years after the hospital attack, he abused a second victim during another black mass ceremony held at a house in a wealthy London street.

The woman was 21 at the time and was made to attend an orgy, which later took on a darker twist.

Dr Sinason, director of the Clinic for Dissociative Studies in London, said: “A second victim approached me in 1993. She said she had been ‘lent out’ as a supposedly consenting prostituted woman at a party in a London house in 1980.

“The first part of the evening started off with an orgy but half-way through some of the participants left.

“Along with other young women, the victim was shepherded to wait in another room before being brought back to find Savile in a master of ceremonies kind of role with a group wearing robes and masks. She too heard Latin chanting and instantly recognised satanist regalia. Although the girl was a young adult, who was above the age of consent, she had suffered a history of sexual abuse and was extremely vulnerable.”

Both victims contacted Dr Sinason, who is president of the Institute of Psychotherapy and Disability, while she was involved in a Department of Health-funded study into sexual abuse committed during rituals and religious ceremonies. She said: “Both these witnesses did speak to police at the time but were vulnerable witnesses and on encountering any surprise or shock did not dare to give all the details.”

The police took no action…

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More Baby P Schemes: Children Visiting A&E to Go on Database to ‘Spot Signs of Abuse’

December 28, 2012

David Icke says… “The prime motivation for this is not to protect children (if, only), it is to justify ever more children with loving parents being stolen by the State – the very State with a grotesque record of abusing children in ‘care’ and the covering up what happened – especially when it involves the rich and famous.

Don’t be fooled by the sales-pitch behind this ‘scheme’ – the State wants control of all children and this is only another stepping-stone to that end (see Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World).”

All children who visit hospital casualty departments or out-of-hours GPs will be run through a national database to spot signs of abuse by “devious parents”, ministers say.

By John-Paul Ford Rojas
Telegraph

Dec 28, 2012

Each emergency visit would be connected via an NHS computer system under the £8.6 million scheme, designed to help uncover abuse and neglect by revealing patterns of even minor injuries suffered by children.

Ministers want all hospitals to be using the system by 2015.

Baby P: Still being cited by gov’t agencies as reason for new state ‘schemes’, but no real reform to date of abuse of children in care.

It is part of a joined-up approach, which will also tie in records from social services and other parts of the NHS, designed to prevent a repeat of “terrible cases” of failures such as the deaths of Baby P and Victoria Climbie.

Doctors will be told they should ask questions if they see a pattern of suspicious injuries, or if parents have been taking their children to many different hospitals.

Dan Poulter, the health minister, told The Times that it would “stop those very devious parents who do abuse children from trying to pitch up at a number of locations and trying to hoodwink medical professionals into thinking everything’s all right when it’s not”.

Medical staff will also be able to see if the children they treat are subject to a child protection plan or are being looked after – meaning they are already identified as being at risk.

The plans were broadly welcomed by doctors though there were concerns it could be scuppered by the health service’s dubious record on IT.

Dr Poulter said: “Doctors and nurses are often the first people to see children who are victims of abuse.

“Up until now, it has been hard for frontline healthcare professionals to know if a child is already listed as being at risk or if children have been repeatedly seen in different emergency departments or urgent care centres with suspicious injuries or complaints, which may indicate abuse.

“Providing instant access to that information means vulnerable and abused children will be identified much more quickly – which will save lives.

“Baby P and Victoria Climbie were both shocking and tragic cases – we want to do everything we can to stop them happening again. This is a huge leap forward and will give the authorities a fighting chance of identifying abused children much sooner.”

The Department of Health said that at the moment it was difficult to tell if children have frequently had urgent treatment, but this could be important for spotting abuse, particularly if the child has suspicious injuries such as bruising, scratches, bite marks and burns.

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In Reaction To Swedish Riots and Privacy Concerns, Instagram Makes Advertising U-turn

December 22, 2012

21st Century Wire says… In a direct reaction to the mayhem caused by Facebook and Instagram’s data free-for-all, pressure is being applied to the digital moguls to claw back previous plans to use children and adult pictures for commercial marketing and advertising applications.

Ronan Shields
Dec 21, 2012

Instagram has reverted to its original advertising terms and conditions in a move to quell unrest prompted by an earlier update to its advertising policies.

The U-turn was prompted by mass unrest following an update to its terms and conditions, announced Monday (17 December), which led users of the photo-sharing site to believe that their images would be included in third-party advertising on the service.

Social media channels were flooded with angry comments, with many people deleting their accounts in protest to the development. The backlash prompted Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom to claim there had been a “misunderstanding” and that it would further modify its usage terms to clarify the matter.

In a blog post published yesterday (20 December), Systrom said: “Because of the feedback we have heard from you, we are reverting this advertising section to the original version that has been in effect since we launched the service in October 2010.”

Systrom goes on to say that Instagram would take time to complete its plans regarding advertising rather than “obtain permission from you to introduce possible advertising products we have not yet developed” in the post.

It continues: “Finally, there was also confusion about how widely shared and distributed your photos are through our service. The distribution of your content and photos is governed by our privacy policy, and always has been. We have made a small change to our terms to make that as clear as possible.”

Source: Marketing Week

IN BRITAIN THOUSANDS OF CHILDREN ARE ‘LOST’ BY CARE HOMES EACH YEAR

December 20, 2012

QUESTION: Where are they all disappearing to?

By Marco Giannangeli and Sonia Poulton

THE number of children who vanish from care homes has risen to record numbers, as local authorities across England and Wales continue to flout warnings.

A damning report by MPs earlier this year highlighted the scandal of thousands of youngsters across England and Wales, some as young as eight years old, who go missing shortly after reaching care.The report, described as a “watershed” by campaigners, revealed that most local authorities have no clear idea how many children have absconded because of “patchy record keeping”.

According to Ofsted, police have dealt with a record 11,900 cases linked to missing children in the 12 months up to April this year, compared to 10,000 over the same period the year before – a rise of 19 per cent.

However, in 2010-11 local authorities reported only 920 instances of missing children from care homes.

Worryingly most of the care home facilities are still given “good” ratings following Ofsted inspections.

Many children scarred by abuse are feared to become targets of sexual predators after they abscond.

While most are British, a minority are trafficked to the UK from abroad to work in the sex industry or as slave labour in sweatshops and cannabis farms, and feel pressured to escape and fulfil their bond with underworld gangsters.

The problem is made worse by the fact that almost half the children are being placed into care homes outside their home areas, giving them an extra temptation to run away. Despite warnings contained in July’s All-Party Parliamentary Group report, entitled Children Who Go Missing, many councils still don’t keep proper records.

In a survey of 20 local authorities conducted by the Sunday Express, just two – Devon and Cornwall – could pinpoint how many children had gone missing from care home facilities.

Last night the charity the Children’s Society revealed that only 19 out of 130 local authorities had responded to its proposals of a new standardised charter which would unify how figures are calculated.

Campaign director Lily Caprani said: “This is a very worrying situation. We are particularly worried by the high number of children who are sent to care homes away from their own local authority.

“July’s findings were a real watershed. We must assume that this very serious problem of children not being cared for properly by those very care homes that are supposed to keep them safe has been going on for some time, but went undetected because the figures just aren’t properly collated. Children that go missing from care are vulnerable to sexual exploitation and other shocking crimes.”

There are 65,000 children in care in England. According to recent figures, the cost of servicing those who run away has reached a staggering £82million a year.

Andy McCullough, head of UK policy for the charity Railway Children, said: “What is needed is someone in an overseeing role, such as a Children’s Commissioner, who can ensure that we know how many children go missing from care.”

Source: Daily Express

How Sir Jimmy Savile Fooled Everyone

December 18, 2012

Sir Jimmy Savile – a master showman, who through his collection institutional endorsements and establishment facade, he was able to fool the public. Most people believed he was the last person they’d suspect as being a serial child abuser, and if he been challenged whilst he was alive over his crimes, his defenders would say that any accusations against him would have served only to ruin a sterling career in show business…

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RUMOURS OF BACKLASH AGAINST BLOGGERS: Details surface after Slog asked to delete links

December 11, 2012

The Slog
Dec 11, 2012

Having been tipped off last week about the pulling together of a Government plan to attack bloggers via McAlpinesque legal threats, The Slog received in short order a series of requests from a variety of blogospherists, asking for links to articles about leading politicians to be deleted. Jeremy Hunt and Boris Johnson were the anti-free speech fanatics most often cited. Now more details of a new Bill to complement that strategy are starting to surface. It isn’t looking pretty.

Useless legislator and empty suit Nick Clegg may be about to pull off the one achievement of his risible Deputy Premiership: new powers to monitor email and internet use need a “fundamental rethink”, he says. And he “vowed” (always beware the vow) to block the draft Communications Data Bill, instead pushing alternative plans that would reduce liberty infringement to a minimum.

His comments came as a committee of MPs and peers criticised the bill’s scope, with several voices on all sides at Westminster increasingly prepared to view the Leveson Report as a Trojan Horse crammed with new laws to stifle online debate, revelation and speculation. Leveson himself was notably quick to cite the Aussie DJ phone-call prank as another example of the need for tougher privacy laws….an interesting comment given that it has nothing whatever to do with the internet or the press media. (See a new Slogpost asking valid question about this case)

Justice Leveson blew all his credibility when he released the ‘finding’ that Jeremy Hunt had acted fairly and without bias in the BSkyB takeover saga. If he acted fairly at all, then it was a mode he was forced into as post-Dowler public pressure grew for the entire Murdoch clan to be put down. The takeover of BSkyB was thus abandoned. There remain at least four question-marks over Hunt’s behaviour before and during this time: none of them have been satisfactorily answered or investigated. And lest we forget, Hunt himself was involved in the choice of Leveson: his signature is on the appointment confirmation.

So while Clegg’s hour may have come, we can all assume that his interest in this issue is purely opportunistic. The broader policy (which I am sure he privately supports) will be to put the legal frighteners on anyone telling the truth about contemporary issues, while using GCHQ as a means of reminding site owners that Big Brother is watching. Already, it seems clear to me the strategy is working.

We need to stop and think here about the sheer variety and volume of bogus news being fed to the MSM at the moment. The Syrian conflict, the EU-UK negotiation standoff, the move towards an EU referendum, the emphasis on McAlpine’s heart bypass rather than systemic paedophile abuse, the hijacking of the Rotherham scandal by pointless UKip speculation, endless NHS spin hiding a reality of preparing for privatisation….there is a lot at stake for those who wish to hide rather than share.

But I wouldn’t hold your breath looking for support from the MSM: this sort of stuff will suit everyone from the Guardian via the Mail and the Mirror to the Telegraph and the Times: none of the Rusbridger-Trinity-Dacre-Barclay-Murdoch axis want to sustain a vibrant internet. For one thing, it doesn’t follow their agenda of complicity; for another, we’re putting them out of business…

(…) I confess to being at the stage with Fellows where I suspect he’s living in a film script written by his namesake, but on the other hand there’s a reasonable chance he’s being fed this stuff with a view to delivering more scare-tactics into an already hyperventilating blog community…

Read the full Slog here

 

Video: David Icke On The Queen,The BBC, The Royal Child Catcher To The Establishment

December 6, 2012

Much worse than the knighted Jimmy Savile’s own sordid habits, is that penchant for young children was not an isolated phenomenon. The deceased disc jockey with impeccable Royal connections was also a regular visitor to the notorious Haut La Garenne Childrens’ Home in Jersey, but much less well-known, is that this fixer wasn’t just acting  solely for himself…

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RELATED: ELITE CHILD ABUSE: ‘JIMMY SAVILE… DOORMAN TO THE CESSPIT’

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Top PR Max Clifford Website Down, Following Arrest By UK Police Pedophile Unit

December 6, 2012

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Clifford Was Called Into Question A Month Ago By 21st Century Wire

Nicholas Myra
21st Century Wire
Dec 6, 2012

It was reported today that PR guru Max Clifford has been arrested by special police Operation Yewtree in relation to alleged ‘sexual offenses’, and there is speculation that information held by Max Clifford about political and celebrity clients’ criminal pedophile activity has been kept hidden away from both police and the public.

As off this at least 2pm this afternoon, Max Clifford and Associates website, www.maxclifford.com has been down, but it is not yet clear whether or not this closure is in relation to the PR kingpin’s arrest today. It could be due to incredibly server traffic as a result of Clifford’s detention.

Clifford: Trafficking in filthy information for profit, could be covering for pedo clients.

Clifford, aged 69, is said to have been held this morning by the Met’s ‘Savile’ unit Yewtree, apparently on suspicion of sexual offences and taken into custody for questioning at Yewtree’s central London police operating base. The arrest was also confirmed by Clifford’s legal team, Mishcon de Reya, this afternoon.

Ironically, it was Clifford who himself said he was contacted by a number of celebrities from the 1960s and 1970s who were “frightened to death” about a Savile  ‘witch-hunt’ and feared they could be implicated in the wider scandal.

At the time Clifford said, “All kinds of things went on and I do mean young girls throwing themselves at them in their dressing rooms at concert halls, at gigs, whatever”.

Last month 21st Century posed the key question amid total silence from both BBC and the mainstream media – as to whether or not Max Clifford was fit to be the ambassador for the BBC’s charity Children in Need.

This recently leaked video of Clifford boasting about how he ‘knows where all the bodies are buried’, and how he helped cover for the late Tory MP’s Alan Clark’s violation of two underage Harkess girls in exchange for fees and successful book sales, should have been enough for the police to arrest Clifford on the spot for questioning regarding the matter. But that didn’t happen. Watch the video again here:

It’s possible that events today might have just answered that question. That said, in light of this gross oversight by the public broadcaster, the public should be questioning whether the BBC Trust itself is competent enough – or relevant enough, to be the guardians of a multi-billion dollar public institution.

Remember, you heard that question here first – and not at the Times, BBC, Telegraph, Guardian or Independent.

Will police go all they way, and find out who Clifford has been covering for and who the victims are?

Stay tuned for more revelations and exposures regarding institutional paedophilia festering in high places.

RELATED: The Trouble with BBC ‘Children in Need’ Ambassador Max Clifford and Tory MP Alan Clark

RELATED: No matter how Gov’t spins it, it’s a conspiracy to cover-up paedophilia and other crimes

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