PAEDOPHILES: Here & Now (Kent, world wide) and There & Then (80s)


Kent’s Missing Children – a report on page 1 and 5 in a local paper.

Experts talk about Kent as the capital of ‘Paedophilia UK’. Children are taken to Kent when they should be ‘cared’ for in London or Suffolk and parents have unnecessarily long travels. It all makes sense only, when you begin to see that either sex or money or both are the reasons for these heinous activities by ‘them the institutions’.


From M.A.C.P.C. the Martial Arts Council for the Protection of Children against Government Child Abuse in Australia:

  1. Government Child Abuse by Design – How it Works
  2. Fundamental Overviews
  3. YouTube videos


From John Ward‘s The Slog, author no 5 and blog no 7 in the Non-Aligned Blogs of TotalPolitics:

Elms Guest House: 1980s paedophiles poised to be outed? As the obvious existence of long-standing systemic child sex abuse comes increasingly to light, more and more long-serving politicians are beginning to feel queasy. The fairly reliable word out there on the streets now is that two former Tory ministers, seven other MPs and various social luminaries from the late 1970s and early 1980s were regular visitors at the Barnes ‘venue’ featured above…….the boys all having been recruited from a nearby care home.

The ‘dead Liberal MP’ one would presume to have been Rochdale’s finest and fattest, but other names (I hear) are surprising: the span goes all the way from the BNP to the IRA, and from Buckingham Palace to the left wing of the Labour Party. As I said last month, the Establishment’s main problem here is that they genuinely don’t know how far this scandal will go before it’s burnt out: they cover up to protect what they fear, not necessarily to protect their own guilt.

Full findings of sex grooming review will not be made public


There are people who say that Kent is the capital of ‘Paedophilia UK’. The Rochdale Observer publishes: Full findings of sex grooming review will not be made public and spells out our questions for us (in bold):

A high-level review into child sexual exploitation in Rochdale will not be made public, town hall chiefs have revealed.

Rochdale council chief executive Jim Taylor said the authority is only planning to publish an executive summary of the report for the public to see.

The full report – which was called to explore how the council dealt with allegations of sexual exploitation following the conviction of nine men in June for grooming young girls for sex – will remain secret.


Abused girls paid price for ‘child care’ – horrific statistics in The Telegraph


As part of his article / column in the Sunday Telegraph

Christopher Booker writes:

Abused girls paid price for ‘child care’

Much of the response to the case of the teenage girls in Rochdale who were sexually abused by Pakistani and Afghan men has focused on whether this horrifying episode should be discussed in terms of the racial origins of the perpetrators. Rather less attention has been paid to the revelation that many of the 47 girls involved in the case were in council care, under our “child protection” system. Ofsted, reponsible for monitoring child care, is reported to be investigating claims that a great many more girls in care in the area have been abused, not a few of them in “sole” care in private homes run by companies that charge councils up to £250,000 a year for each child, 10 times the annual fee for Eton.


Ofsted admits that 631 children in care have been the victims of actual or suspected sexual abuse in the past five years, 187 in the past 10 months alone. This latest case appears to confirm that many of the 10,000 now being taken into care each year by English social workers are at more risk of serious harm than they ever were from the families from which they were removed. Inevitably, this prompts the question – who is in a position to protect these children from the social workers? Of all the scandals clustering round our dysfunctional “child protection” system, this may be the most obviously shocking – but there are plenty more. So far off the rails has this entire system gone that it is hard to imagine how it can ever be corrected. The only people with the power to call it to account are the politicians. But with the shining exception of John Hemming MP, they seem as oblivious to what is really going on as they are to so much else.


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