DAY OF ACTION on 28 March 2013: #paedobritain and #childsnatchbritain Day

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13 03 05 paedobritainThanks to my Google alert on paedophilia, I found David Icke’s comment that led me to the very original blog The Madlands.

And that’s where the idea for the Day of Online Action was started.

If you want to participate, find your way of being especially active!

The dots need to be joined between child snatching, elite paedophilia and cover-ups – by mainstream media and police.

Or have we reached the state of perfect anarchy aka The Police State

  • where criminals use a corrupt judiciary and pay people to do their job of being nasty to others?
  • where the Rule of Money has replaced the Rule of Law?
  • where humanity, spirit, spirituality, goodness, love, peace, innocence are meaningless words?

One of the comments contained this video illustrating Leonard Cohen’s Everybody Knows:

Government Child ‘Protection’ Exposed in AUS, UK, US & CAN – to revisit Operation Ore?

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Child ‘protection’ or ‘snatching‘ is not a single issue campaign, nor is it a national phenomenon. But most ‘activism’ is based on the suffering of personal experience.

Nick Clegg said in Parliament that victims of abuse should speak out and that perpetrators would be brought to justice. Will he listen to parents who lost their children to Social Services as procurers for paedophiles, too?

Meanwhile, readers are invited to remember Operation Ore, the UK’s biggest ever police investigation which remains surrounded by controversies rather than justice for perpetrators and compensation for victims.

Some relevant links from the Mainstream Media:

  1. April 1998: The sheer scale of child sexual abuse in Britain – The Guardian
  2. April 2007: Operation Ore flawed by Fraud – The Guardian
  3. May 2007: Credit card fraud fears cloud Operation Ore – The Register
  4. June 2009: Has Operation Ore left a scar on British justice? – The Telegraph More

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