#paedobritain trending all day – Jimmy Savile: Who was protecting him for decades? and why?

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13 03 28 Darkness must endThis Darkness Must End is a new blog with a most remarkable compilation of photos and newspaper links regarding Jimmy Savile.

It starts with:

“Savile advised Prince Charles over the appointment of a royal aide” (Daily Mail, 5th November 2012)

“Jimmy Savile caused concern with behaviour on visits to Prince Charles” (The Guardian, 29th October 2012) More

CONSPIRACY REALISM: a newly required world view for a New Year

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13 01 13 We Who OpposeBelinda McKenzie, human rights activist par excellence and co-founder of the Association of McKenzie Friends as Public Interest Advocates, coined the term: conspiracy realism.

Besides the issues surrounding the latest film on Princess Diana, here are more indicators:

  1. UK: How Lord McAlpine is exploiting the same libel laws Savile used to cover up his crimes - page 64 of the Savile report
  2. UK: Police Paedophiles – three convictions in Yorkshire – as part of  ‘big collusions’ in committing and covering up white collar crimes
  3. US: the Sandy Hook shooting was staged which is proven by web pages uploaded before the event
  4. UK => US: the Pilgrims Society ensures the real axis of evil.

On the good news front regarding the secrecy of family courts,

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Victims of press and sexual abuse unite: ONLINE!

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English: Anti-paedophilia logo from the National Revival of Poland (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

There are enough people interpreting and commenting on the Leveson inquiry – which gave a voice to 51 of a new class of victims: ‘press victims’.

The Wikipedia page gives all the factual information. Lord Leveson realised that they need a place where to go to for complaints and compensation.

‘Victims’ also seemed to be on the agenda in the House of Commons debate. But I am as cynical as the editor of The DuckShoot: nothing is going to change regarding the mainstream media, unless people stop buying and reading:

AND: who knows what creative spirits come up with on the net??? For as long as possible, I will, remain hopeful regarding the potential of the internet concerning the public interest and its defence!

Here you can see which state uses its power to police the net! Guess which country is the worst?… Turkey, followed by the US! More

How did Cyril Smith get away with paedophilia? By threatening tweeters and bloggers with libel!

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English: Join the movement to end child abuse:...

English: Join the movement to end child abuse: http://www.1stand.org (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This is a really good article on Tom Pride’s popular political blog which is repeated on Before it’s news.

There you find eight other related articles by Tom Pride:

Why are UK police helping McAlpine sue twitter users when he’s a tax exile in Italy?

I hope Lord McAlpine isn’t going to sue me for saying this?

It was the police – not the BBC – who wrongly named Lord McAlpine in abuse allegations

High level child abuse cover-up? Why has Theresa May barred a US journalist from the UK?

The Death of Satire? The Mail’s David Rose complains about being smeared

Steven Messham is not just a child abuse victim. He’s a hero.

An APOLOGY to The Daily Mail from TOM PRIDE

Child abuse scandal can of worms – just who is Daily Mail reporter David Rose?

 

Mind the Gap: between Mainstream Media (paid) and Social Media (voluntary)

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The section of St. Joseph Street in the college is co-named Marshall McLuhan Way. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

If you have come across Marshall McLuhan, you will have come across his statement The Medium is the Message. What he meant was that the form of the medium ‘embeds’ itself in the message.

What is the the key difference between Mainstream Media (MSM) and Social Media (SM)? The fact that the MSM are controlled by their owners, shareholders and editors, i.e. employees are ‘professionals’ who have to ‘follow the rules’ or else they lose their job and pension.

Social media are shaped by ‘amateurs’ who are driven by passion and their desire to express their ideas, beliefs and the information they have come across. Money and ‘career’ do not play the essential role. Everybody can become their own journalist and broadcaster. We don’t need the MSM any more to get heard! We can listen to each other!

Having organised the Forum for Stable Currencies since 1998 at the House of Lords, I was acutely aware of the mainstream media shying away from these ‘complex’ issues. Hence I decided to ‘move online’, hoping to make more of a difference. For what is there to do:

The McAlpine farce makes it painfully clear that the Rule of Money has replaced the Rule of Law: More

“We are looking at the biggest failure to protect children in the history of Britain”: Scallywag Magazine in the 90s

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This 4-page article by Angus James in the now defunct Scallywag magazine couldn’t be more explicit about what was going on around No 10 and the children’s foster homes. It must have been published around 1994.

Justice Denied is one of the blogs publishing it. Here’s the Wikipedia entry for Scallywag magazine.

I know from one of the daughters of a couple whose children were snatched that they are taken at night to dark places where there are only men.

Here is a most comprehensive summary of how you get from Jimmy Savile to Lord McAlpine.

David Icke (52,000 followers) seems to be leading this “Trial by Twitter”:

An Open Letter to Lord Alistair McAlpine by former Sunday Times journalist for Trial by Twitter

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Ishtar’s Gate is a website with discussion forum that I came across thanks to Twitter which I hardly use. But Steven Messham is on Twitter and he is one of the many victims who do need support. He tweeted that the BBC treated him like dirt. That’s NOT ON! He suffered enough as a child!!!

Ishtar must be his biggest supporter, for, as a former Sunday Times journalist, she wrote An Open Letter to Lord Alistair McAlpine which she mentions by tweeting in support of Steven Messham. The letter refers to

  • Lord McAlpine’s lawyer threatening all those on Twitter mentioning his name in connection with paedophilia would be sued for libel
  • an interview he gave to an Australian newspaper in August 2000
  • his book The New Macchiavelli: The Art of Politics in Business – a guide on how to succeed in modern politics by being vile
  • his advice on dealing with the media: spread false defeat to gain public sympathy
  • or false accusation and then arrange for it to be exposed as such – so the accuser will forever be treated with suspicion. More

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