Then the German tabloid BILD reported on the issue:
Meanwhile, 142 MPs are asking for a National Enquiry:
- http://ianpace.wordpress.com/2014/06/05/please-contact-your-mp-to-ask-for-their-support-for-a-national-inquiry-into-child-abuse/ – which would take 2 years according to Lynne Featherstone MP
- This email was sent to all MPs who have not signed yet.
Michael Murrin keeps asking for a Royal Commission which would take 5 years apparently:
- http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/40679 with currently 1,219 signatures
and more on Michael’s experiences on
Nick Clegg has told Good Morning Britain that an abuse inquiry is ‘no surrogate’ for full police investigation:
But Police whistleblower James Patrick has made us lose faith in the Police:
- Ways of falsifying crime statistics: cuffing, nodding, skewing and stitching.
But we did ask the Chief Constable of Lincolnshire Police for a full investigation of the father’s arrest and removal of five Portuguese children:
We do live in interesting times, where everybody has to choose which side they’re on and whether they have the moral fibre required for moral high grounds!
Historically it was the blackmail tool. It is not just historical, it still goes on.
How was Treason committed so easily, driving us into the EU?
Tim Fortescue, who was a senior whip in Sir Edward Heath’s government from 1970-73, claimed that MPs would “come and ask if we could help and if we could, we did”.
Jeremy Paxman in his book ‘The Political Animal’ describes methods used by whips to ensure compliance. In describing the activities of the ‘keeper of dark secrets’ (the whips), he tells of one MP who had much to conceal, being asked to the whips office.
The whip opened his safe, took out some compromising photographs, showed them to the MP.
Paxman says he never gave trouble again.
Other ‘tools of the trade’ include, powers to dispense favours, such as sending MPs on all expenses paid ‘fact-finding’ missions overseas and honours to be dolled out.
You must watch all this video; the lid being blown fully:
Footage has emerged of a former Conservative MP suggesting to the BBC in 1995 that party whips might not disclose certain behaviour of colleagues including that “involving small boys.”
‘Embrace simplicity, put others first, desire little’ (Tao Te Ching; Lao Tzu)
Men in Car and Kitchen, not TV like!
Leveson – Common Purpose – Hacked Off – ATVOD