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>> No. 2890 Anonymous
6th July 2014
Sunday 5:12 pm
2890 Please explain what the fuck is going on here boo-lads
Mr Danczuk described the warning that came after a vote in the House of Commons on Monday night when a senior Conservative MP “stepped out of the shadows” to confront him.

He said: “I’d never spoken to him before my life but he blocked my way and ushered me to one side.

“He warned me to think very carefully about what I was going to say the next day before the Home Affairs Select Committee when I’d be answering questions on child abuse.

“’I hear you’re about to challenge Lord Brittan about when he knew about child sex abuse,’ he said. ‘It wouldn’t be a wise move', he advised me. 'It was all put to bed a long time ago.’ He warned me I could even be responsible for his death.

“We looked at each other in silence for a second. I knew straight away he wasn’t telling me this out of concern or the man’s welfare. There was no compassion in his voice.

Writing in the Mail on Sunday, he added: “As politicians made their way out of Westminster, I had no doubt that other conversations like this were taking place.

“Indeed this was confirmed when I spoke to other members of the Select Committee the next day. They’d been paid similar visits. Phone calls had been made.”

- http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/10949366/Simon-Danczuk-I-was-warned-not-to-challenge-Leon-Brittan-over-paedophile-dossier.html
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>> No. 2891 Anonymous
6th July 2014
Sunday 5:53 pm
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>>2890

This is the stuff revolutions are made of.

If it turns out their was a massive paedo conspiracy in Government and the House of Lords and it was covered up, there will be marches akin to the protests on the war and the Papers will got to a town we will never be able to come back from.

"The media that toppled a regime" is a tag line too delicious to pass up.
>> No. 2892 Anonymous
6th July 2014
Sunday 5:54 pm
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>>2891

>If it turns out their was a massive paedo conspiracy in Government and the House of Lords and it was covered up, there will be marches akin to the protests on the war and the Papers will got to a town we will never be able to come back from.
Nah, everyone is too fucking fat to revolt these days. I don't know whether the obesity epidemic is naturally occurring or the result of decades of planning by the elites, but the end result is the same either way.
>> No. 2893 Anonymous
6th July 2014
Sunday 6:06 pm
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>>2891
Nobody gives really any shit.
>> No. 2894 Anonymous
6th July 2014
Sunday 6:08 pm
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>>2893

How did you manage to massacre an entire language in such a short sentence?
>> No. 2895 Anonymous
6th July 2014
Sunday 6:15 pm
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>>2894
It's you who knows not English enough.
>> No. 2896 Anonymous
6th July 2014
Sunday 7:49 pm
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>>2891
ANY DAY NOW EH LAD?
>> No. 2897 Anonymous
6th July 2014
Sunday 7:58 pm
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I smell carpet. Sweeping is surely imminent.
>> No. 2898 Anonymous
6th July 2014
Sunday 8:09 pm
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>>2891
>If it turns out their was a massive paedo conspiracy in Government and the House of Lords and it was covered up
>If
>> No. 2899 Anonymous
6th July 2014
Sunday 8:39 pm
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No idea what's going on, but Norman Tebbit reckons there may have been a cover-up... http://www.theguardian.com/society/2014/jul/06/child-abuse-coverup-1980s-lord-tebbit
>> No. 2900 Anonymous
6th July 2014
Sunday 8:54 pm
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>>2899
Do you think he's just trying to get his retaliation in first?
>> No. 2901 Anonymous
6th July 2014
Sunday 9:44 pm
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>>2900
It's possible I suupose - my first thought is that he's old / nearly-dead enough that he no longer cares, so is simply telling the truth as he sees it, but given the alleged links to Number 10 all things are possible I suppose (wasn't one of her senior civil servants discredited for noncery some years back? Add that to her closeness to Savile and it's entirely plausible that warning shots are being fired by those who were part of those circles).

Sage for uninformed speculation.
>> No. 2902 Anonymous
6th July 2014
Sunday 9:56 pm
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>>2901
*Should have said something more like "those who were part of the circles around Maggie, not necessarily those who were part of paedophile rings - I'm no great fan of Tebbit, but I doubt very much he'd've had any active role in noncery or even the concealment thereof, though he seems to have at least suspected that some of those in Mrs T's inner circle had such roles.
>> No. 2903 Anonymous
6th July 2014
Sunday 10:01 pm
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>>2902
I think it's likely he had an inkling that there was rotten goings-on in Parliament and associated circles, but didn't act on those inklings in any meaningful way. Like, I suspect, many other people in that august institution.
>> No. 2904 Anonymous
6th July 2014
Sunday 10:03 pm
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There was a crazy period in the 1990s where Rochdale went through a completely bogus satanic abuse scare. Families were accused by Social Services of all manner of devil worshiping, that turned out to be nonsense. It's interesting that Paul Flowers was Vice President of Rochdale Social Services during that time.
>> No. 2905 Anonymous
6th July 2014
Sunday 10:32 pm
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>>2904
>Paul Flowers was Vice President of Rochdale Social Services during that time
You mean the Co(ke)-Op guy?
>> No. 2906 Anonymous
7th July 2014
Monday 7:31 am
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>>2905

The crystal Methodist
>> No. 2907 Anonymous
7th July 2014
Monday 7:51 am
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Sorry Modz, reposting as I have only just noticed this thread.

By the way lads, I thought I'd drop this link, as it took me a little bit of tracking down yesterday:

http://www.change.org/en-GB/petitions/david-cameron-and-theresa-may-establish-a-national-inquiry-into-allegations-of-organised-child-abuse

It is Tom Watson MP's petition for a proper inquiry into the missing dossier.
>> No. 2908 Anonymous
7th July 2014
Monday 8:55 am
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>>2907
I've signed already, although it's my understanding that change.org is a complete paper tiger and has no tangible effect. I don't know why ARE TOM didn't use http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/ instead.
>> No. 2909 Anonymous
7th July 2014
Monday 9:02 am
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>>2908

Coz they'd lose the petition m7, innit.
>> No. 2910 Anonymous
7th July 2014
Monday 1:30 pm
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>>2908
I've made the mistake(?) of signing petitions on several of these websites and now I get spammed by them constantly asking me to sign others. Change.org, 350.org, 38 Degrees, All Out, Oxfam, Greenpeace... I only bother to sign about 5% of them, but I can't bring myself to unsubscribe because they are all worthy causes.
>> No. 2911 Anonymous
7th July 2014
Monday 3:57 pm
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>The head of the children's charity NSPCC is to head a review of historical child sex abuse allegations, Home Secretary Theresa May has announced.

It's fucking on now, chaps. Well, maybe not, but an inquiry of some shape is going to go down.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-28189072
>> No. 2912 Anonymous
7th July 2014
Monday 3:59 pm
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>>2911
I thought an inquiry had already been launched.
>> No. 2913 Anonymous
7th July 2014
Monday 4:23 pm
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>>2912
Nah I think ARE Dave just asked one of his mates to have a "look".

An inquiry seems like a good idea. I somehow doubt the true extent of absolute corruption and inherent abuse of power within the establishment will come to light though.
I reckon it would all come crumbling down fairly swiftly if all the dirty doings of our rulers were to truly be exposed.
Still, better than nothing I guess.
>> No. 2914 Anonymous
7th July 2014
Monday 4:27 pm
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>>2913
Just in time for election season too!
>> No. 2915 Anonymous
7th July 2014
Monday 4:40 pm
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>>2914
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-28189072

>A Hillsborough-style inquiry will also be held, led by an independent panel of experts on law and child protection.

>This would be wide-ranging and would not report before the next election.

Sadly it looks like Paedolection MMXV will not be upon us. Unless there are healthy amounts of 'leaks'.
>> No. 2916 Anonymous
7th July 2014
Monday 5:11 pm
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>>2915
I'm not surprised it will get dragged out till after the election. It's all still pretty fucking mental though, will certainly be an interesting lead up to the elections regardless. It's crazy just seeing the different ways in which they're trying to spin this and reduce the damage as much as possible.
>> No. 2917 Anonymous
7th July 2014
Monday 5:16 pm
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>>2916
I don't know about that, the Labour front benches were asking for this - ARE WATSON is the founder of the change.org petition, for example. It's highly likely that the Tories (and, as a plus, the Lib Dems too, what with Cyril Smith and so on) are going to be knee-deep in noncery whereas Labour have a comparatively squeaky clean reputation in that regard at least.
>> No. 2918 Anonymous
7th July 2014
Monday 5:50 pm
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>>2917
It actually pains me quite a lot to be posting a link to the fucking mail, but..

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2681827/Labour-Lords-sex-attacks-12-children-Horrific-allegations-include-rape-sexual-assaults.html

I don't think any party is really squeaky clean. I'd imagine they're all in it up to their eyeballs. It's just interesting seeing all the different stuff being thrown out there, and who knows what's "truth" and what are attempts at obfuscation and interference.
Gove saying there won't be an inquiry, now there is. Lord Brittan being accused of the rape of a woman but not having any of the other rumoursnoncing being associated with him in the press. The Mail deflecting from the Thatcher cabinet to a Labour Lord etc etc.
A lot of the online discourse has been interesting as well. I don't think they're going to be able to put this to bed quite as easily as they used to although the internet is definitely a good tool for spreading all sorts of confusion.

Saying all that I don't think for a second that the full depth and breadth of just how rotten our entrenched elites are will be properly exposed at all. Nothing that would fundamentally undermine any major institution anyway, be that Westminster, royalty, the courts/police, social services or whatever else.
>> No. 2919 Anonymous
7th July 2014
Monday 5:58 pm
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>>2918
>I'd imagine they're all in it up to their eyeballs.
Given are Ed and co's insistence on an inquiry, as opposed to the Tory/Lib Dem flim-flamming over yes-no-maybe-all-in-the-past-eh, I find it hard to believe that Labour MPs are going along with it and taking a punt that the filth won't investigate them also.
>> No. 2920 Anonymous
7th July 2014
Monday 6:05 pm
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Maybe there was something to the BNP political broadcast, afterall.
>> No. 2921 Anonymous
7th July 2014
Monday 6:09 pm
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>>2919

I've had some cunt at my local going on and on about the "hundreds" of paedos in the House of Parliament. I was going to post further but realised I was just playing into his hands. Enjoy your day lads.
>> No. 2922 Anonymous
7th July 2014
Monday 6:14 pm
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>>2920

Dear God, can you imagine the political landscape after paedogate? With the liblabcon obliterated UKIP and the BNP would be the government and opposition on rotation, with the Greens playing the part of the third party.
>> No. 2923 Anonymous
7th July 2014
Monday 6:21 pm
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>>2922
The Greens, who actually have an MP, would play third party to two parties that have never had an MP between them, one of which no longer has any MEPs?
>> No. 2924 Anonymous
7th July 2014
Monday 6:22 pm
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>>2923
The Greens do have an MP, but you can't run the UK from Brighton.
>> No. 2925 Anonymous
7th July 2014
Monday 6:26 pm
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>>2924

LIES!
>> No. 2926 Anonymous
7th July 2014
Monday 6:30 pm
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>>2923

If the current political powers dissolved, historical records would be entirely obsolete. The Greens have an MP and UKIP/BNP don't, sure, but that's not the question. The questions is where would the current support for the three main parties go, and since the Tories have a plurality we can assume that most of the current voters would go for UKIP, the party which shares the most values with the Conservatives. Labour is very politically aligned with the BNP, they're just not as racist or as crazy. The Greens share most of their values and have the most similarity to the Lib Dems.
>> No. 2927 Anonymous
7th July 2014
Monday 6:37 pm
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>>2926
Hmm... I'll grant your premise that tories would switch to UKIP, but I think fewer lefties are racist than you seem to, and suspect that the Greens would become the main left-of-centre party.

Not that this has anything to do with nonce-hunting in Westminster.
>> No. 2928 Anonymous
7th July 2014
Monday 6:49 pm
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>>2927

Sorry, I don't think I was clear on the Labour/BNP thing. It's not that I think lefties are racists any more or less than the general rate, it's just the the BNP if you remove the racism very closely mirror Labour, or possibly more Old Labour (which most lefties prefer). If the BNP toned it down a bit during paedogeddon they could take droves of the labour supporters.

Perhaps it would be more of a 1. Ukip 2= BNP, Green with some Labour supporters who would refuse to have anything to do with the BNP making up the numbers for the Greens.
>> No. 2930 Anonymous
7th July 2014
Monday 7:03 pm
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>>2928

But the same could be said for the Greens (basically old labour when you strip away their gimmick - environmentalism rather than racism, obviously) and I think that matters - most people are not particularly racist, so when given a choice between two parties with similar core policies and a gimmick they disagree with, they'll choose the one with the less actively offensive gimmick.

More to the point, I think the BNP vote is a spent force since the arrival of UKIP who cloak their racism better - those whose main focus is immigration would rally to UKIP, those who vote on other issues would go UKIP if they're right of centre and Green if left.

Sage for treating half-arsed "I reckon" as though it were solid prediction.
>> No. 2931 Anonymous
7th July 2014
Monday 7:23 pm
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>>2926

>Labour is very politically aligned with the BNP
>> No. 2932 Anonymous
7th July 2014
Monday 7:59 pm
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>>2927
>Not that this has anything to do with nonce-hunting in Westminster.

Yeah, this thread got derailed pretty quickly.
>> No. 2933 Anonymous
7th July 2014
Monday 8:28 pm
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>>2932

The rails are over here:

Inquiry announced: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/10951506/Theresa-May-launches-major-new-inquiry-into-child-sex-abuse-allegations.html

Former head of Paedophile Information Exchange kept stuff in Home Office filing cabinets whilst working there as an electrician: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/10950563/Former-chair-of-Paedophile-Information-Exchange-claims-he-hid-material-in-locked-cabinets-at-the-Home-Office.html
>> No. 2934 Anonymous
7th July 2014
Monday 8:40 pm
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Why are you people discussing ridiculous hypotheticals? Also, stop bringing up the greens in every thread, they're a political irrelevancy. And I live in Brighton, suburb of Hong Kong.

And to the lad above, labour are the most closely aligned political party to the bnp there is in mainstream politics.

But they're also an irrelevancy, the tories aren't going to die.
>> No. 2935 Anonymous
7th July 2014
Monday 9:04 pm
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>>2934
>Why are you people discussing ridiculous hypotheticals?
Double-check where you are, lad.
>> No. 2936 Anonymous
7th July 2014
Monday 9:08 pm
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>>2934

>And to the lad above, labour are the most closely aligned political party to the bnp there is in mainstream politics.

What ever you think you know about these two parties, you simply can't state something as controversial as "Labour is very politically aligned with the BNP" without backing it up.

What's obvious to you is certainly not obvious to me.
>> No. 2937 Anonymous
7th July 2014
Monday 9:14 pm
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This kind of thing would never happen in Hong Kong.
>> No. 2938 Anonymous
7th July 2014
Monday 10:06 pm
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>>2936
They differ only on socially liberal policies really.
>> No. 2939 Anonymous
7th July 2014
Monday 11:57 pm
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Given this is boo, would it be reasonable to assume the sudden avalanche of derailment posts are the work of GCHQ lad going mental behind 16 proxies?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JHKwzpwK8Ss

http://ukpaedos-exposed.com/more-than-10-politicians-on-list-held-by-police-investigating-westminster-paedophile-ring/

Time to stock up on the tinfoil lads! Tesco's do a blue stripe roll for about 80p
>> No. 2940 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 12:42 am
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>>2939
A Tesco Value tin-foil hat? Have some pirde, lad.
>> No. 2941 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 12:43 am
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>>2940
*pride
>> No. 2942 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 1:01 am
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As a country without any true revolution I don't believe the people of the United Kingdom have earned the right not to be raped by their power holders.
>> No. 2943 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 1:06 am
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>>2942

Eh?
>> No. 2944 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 1:11 am
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There is evidence at least 20 prominent paedophiles - including former MPs and government ministers - abused children for "decades", a former child protection manager has claimed.

> Mr McKelvie - giving his first television interview for 20 years

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-28203914
>> No. 2945 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 1:17 am
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>>2943

Any country whose peoples labour beneath the heel of a monarch are inherently accepting of rape by those in power.
>> No. 2946 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 1:18 am
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>>2942

Mate we've had like, half a dozen uprisings and civil wars since the middle ages.

It's not out of the question for it to happen again, but the question you have to ask is who exactly it would benefit. History has shown that revolutions only tend to throw one set of elites out and replace them with another who are by no means any better.
>> No. 2947 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 1:29 am
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>>2946

Then you have another revolution, and another, and another, until the inevitable and most deserved end.
>> No. 2948 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 2:31 am
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>>2942
Fuck off you zionist prick.

There was never a revolution that was truly led by the people.
>> No. 2949 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 2:47 am
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The smearing of Leon Brittan as a nonce began during the 1980s due to far-right factions within the security services who were unhappy about a Jew being in the Cabinet - this was covered in Private Eye at the time.
>> No. 2950 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 3:00 am
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>>2948
Well no, but then that's true for much of Europe as well. Succesful revolutions like the civil war here, or the French business tend to be led by whatever middle class is about at the time, and truly peasant-led ones like the Peasant's Revolt tend to be put down. That doesn't mean the English Civil War wasn't a genuine revolution though, or that the flourishing of radical ideas amongst genuinely working class groups like the Diggers and Levellers wasn't a thing...

The middles classes are people too you know, and (pre-universal education) tended to lead revolutions because they were generally better educated and had been exposed to a wider range of ideas, none of which makes them inherently bad people of unworthy of historical importance.

Sage for rising to such transparent bait.
>> No. 2951 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 3:53 am
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>>2950
It wasn't even bait my friend.

A lot of your comment I disagree with on the source of those revolution, but I know there just is no way to discuss it without being ridiculed.

History I don't believe has been told truthfully, and I'm not just on about biased accounts here. I'll remind you of a quote from Churchill (someone who knew more than he let on), "Men occasionally stumble over the truth, but most of them pick themselves up and hurry off as if nothing ever happened."

If anyone dares to try and speak of or discuss the alternate history that some people wish to research or know of, they are ridiculed, smeared, boycotted.

Here's another quote, Voltaire this time. "To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize."

I won't even mention, because any real mention of the trigger words gets shouted down as racism - which I find particularly abhorrent, as it is not a hate for a race, but a hate for an organisation.
>> No. 2952 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 6:27 am
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>>2918

While I am aware that I haven't finished reading the thread, I just want to jump in here: as on of the lads from the Winchester, I would like to make you fully aware that every one of us cunts worth a damn knows Brittan is a nonce. We just need the fucking proof. It is not a surprise the "dossier" went missing under his watch - he has a predilection for young boys. Very young boys. This is why we are currently hammering the shit out of him on both "dossier" and rape - we still do not (yet) have that fucking video of him at Elm House. But we know of it, please believe me on this. We fucking know of it and would quite happily sell our grandmas for a fucking copy, partially because we hate the cunt, and partially because, at the end of the day, we somehow manage to retain a small level of morality. Only a small bit, mind.
>> No. 2953 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 6:37 am
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>>2952
> lads from the Winchester
Not him, but I'm not following you. Was that an autocorrect mistake?
>> No. 2954 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 6:40 am
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>>2953

There was an autocorrect, I just play with it, because I like to think I am one of the boring old sods pissing my life away at a certain pub in London. I'm not, but it gives me a wry smile every time.
>> No. 2955 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 6:48 am
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>>2954
So did you actually mean Westminster?
>> No. 2956 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 8:29 am
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>>2949

GCHQ lad please go. And no, this thread is not about people stitching up Hebrews. The nose knows this.

> A victim of an alleged establishment paedophile ring told yesterday how he was ordered to wear a fairy costume before being abused.
The orphan was 13 when he and his 12-year-old brother were sent by staff at their children’s home to the Elm Guest House for ‘a treat’, it is claimed.
He said boys were plied with alcohol before being told to pose for pictures wearing girls’ clothing. The men at the guest house – said to include MPs and pop stars – would then abuse the children after pretending to play hide-and-seek, the victim said.
More than a decade after leaving care, the victim’s brother, Peter, killed himself six days after his 28th birthday.
A line in his suicide note which appeared to refer to his ordeal read: ‘I will get those b*******.’

Also: https://wikispooks.com/wiki/The_Pedophocracy - It wouldn't be a /boo thread without this spooky link
>> No. 2957 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 8:36 am
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>>2956

The page your link goes to could have been written by the Kipper at my local. FFS.
>> No. 2958 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 8:40 am
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>>2955

Nope.
>> No. 2959 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 9:28 am
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>>2955
j0urnolad filters to Ed WInchester or something I think.

>>2952
I'd like to believe that and I'm sure there are some decent sorts within the press and media in general just as there are within the wider political classes and establishment.
I just tend to think that you're working against entrenched power structures that are going to be hard to overcome.

I'd imagine any real evidence will be long gone by now or if it does still exist it's going to be being held by people not willing to let it go public. Also if the press were to somehow get a hold of some real solid evidence would it not be possible that they would just get told by the lawyers they can't publish for whatever reason? D-noticed or whatever?
I think the best we'll get is a few victims testimonies and they'll be discredited as much as is possible.

Also what I find just a bit sad is that the inquiries(and I may well have this all arse about tit) seem to just be about how the institutions failed, i.e. losing the files and that, and while I think those sorts of things should definitely be investigated I get the feeling that the actual brutal and fucked up crimes of people in power systematically abusing young vulnerable children might well get lost.
>> No. 2960 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 9:44 am
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>>2959

Indeed it does. Or did, anyway. Right, I fucking hate posting like this, but I am short on time, so...

>I'd like to believe that and I'm sure there are some decent sorts within the press and media in general just as there are within the wider political classes and establishment.
I just tend to think that you're working against entrenched power structures that are going to be hard to overcome.

Amira Hass was quoted by Robert Fisk in his excellent "The Great War for Civilisation" as saying that the role of journalists is to "monitor the structures of power". Some of do actually do this. It is hard, challenging and you risk being Rosened, but fuck 'em.

>I'd imagine any real evidence will be long gone by now or if it does still exist it's going to be being held by people not willing to let it go public. Also if the press were to somehow get a hold of some real solid evidence would it not be possible that they would just get told by the lawyers they can't publish for whatever reason? D-noticed or whatever?
I think the best we'll get is a few victims testimonies and they'll be discredited as much as is possible.

The Met have the video. Thank you NotW for causing a near complete cessation of relations with the Met. It is there, it has been seen, and I know the coppers who have seen it - from past work. They will be doing everything in their power to nail the cunt. It is incredibly difficult to work child abuse cases without becoming rather vindictive to those abusing children. I can personally vouch for this, and I hate children.

D-notices are national security only, and can be breached. No media lawyer (if provided with *proof*) of this would refuse to sign off. They may have a few sleepless nights, but that is what they are there to do.

>Also what I find just a bit sad is that the inquiries(and I may well have this all arse about tit) seem to just be about how the institutions failed, i.e. losing the files and that, and while I think those sorts of things should definitely be investigated I get the feeling that the actual brutal and fucked up crimes of people in power systematically abusing young vulnerable children might well get lost.

We shall see. Do not expect the pressure to die down though - the sheer loathing between the lads who work at the Winchester and politicians at the moment means all gloves are off. My phone has been going critical for the last week regarding this. There are scores to be settled...and given the attempts to regulate the press (rightly or wrongly) this is the kind of story where even the most muck-raking of hacks can prove what they do is in the Public Interest. FOR THE GREATER GOOD[.

Right I need to dash before the shops shut. Further questions welcome.
>> No. 2961 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 9:46 am
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>>2960

On an aside, I cannot believe I just posted that from my phone, while risking missing the shops shutting. Fucking Cardiff. Apologies for a couple of typos/missing words.
>> No. 2962 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 10:07 am
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>>2961
> Apologies for a couple of typos/missing words.
I just assumed you were drunk and illiterate, like all journalists.
>> No. 2963 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 11:16 am
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>>2961
No worries Mr Winchester. Appreciate the long reply.

If the Met have the video then surely they could have prosecuted at anytime? Why have they just been sitting on it for the past couple decades?
I have fuck all understanding of this stuff so excuse me if I'm asking stupid questions.

In regards to D-notices and national security could an argument not be made(behind closed doors one would assume) that if the shit really hits the fan with this stuff then it might constitute a threat to "national security"/the rotten fuckers in power?

Can't really think of anything else specific at the moment but just to reiterate I hope you nail the cunts to the fucking wall.
>> No. 2964 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 11:28 am
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Interesting BBC article about possible involvement of Special Branch.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-28201997

>A man claiming to be a former Home Office civil servant last week told the Sunday Express that not only was PIE receiving funding from the Home Office in the 1980s, it was doing so at the request of Special Branch, the intelligence-gathering arm of the police. And he believed the police were not interested in catching child abusers.

He said his superior told him that Special Branch "found it politically useful to identify people who were paedophiles... I was aware a lot of people in the civil service or political arena had an interest in obtaining information like that which could be used as a sort of blackmail."
>> No. 2965 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 11:38 am
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/BOO!

http://aanirfan.blogspot.co.uk/2014/07/cia-mossad-mi5-and-kincora-boys-home.html
>> No. 2966 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 11:53 am
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"Over a month ago the Archbishop of Canterbury,with support of Cardinal Nichols and the president of the Methodist Church, wrote to the Home Secretary saying a full public inquiry is required into institutional child abuse, which I followed up in the House of Lords a few days ago.

A full public inquiry is required because under those terms people have to take oaths and therefore swear to tell the truth. My fear is the whole story won't come out without that.

We're absolutely clear that the Church of England and other churches need to be involved in this inquiry as we already know there are parts of our history that involve church people having committed abuse.

So we have to be investigated just like anybody else and there will probably be some unpleasant and difficult stories to handle and I accept that's part of the reality.

We think there is a real problem around institutional abuse, so schools, civil service, police, politicians and the church, we need to try and get to the bottom of why people can get into institutions and use those institutions as a safe place to abuse.

Victim survivors need justice and they need their story to be heard and, as a nation, we need to help them to move on."

> The Right Rev Paul Butler - The Bishop of Durham
>> No. 2967 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 12:02 pm
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"Regarding the destroying of Whitehall files, when I worked as a civil servant at the then DES in the late 70`s and early 80`s, I was sometimes given this onerous task.

It meant that files that had not been active for a while had to be speed read and a form ticked. Basically, any file which had information that was still relevant or pending i.e. a decision had been made but not yet carried out, or if the material might be of interest historically to future researchers.

If the file did not meet this criteria, it was destroyed and the form which was retained, signed and dated by the civil servant, would show why the decision had been reached. If it did meet either criteria, it would be sent to the archives.Also, registries where paper files were stored would undertake regular audits so all files could be accounted for. Any missing files would be flagged up and searched for.

These both left a paper trail which was signed and dated by the acting official. How could 120 files go walkies? How could they not be seen as pending?

Files could certainly be sent to other Government departments, but, as always with the civil service, the Registry would have a written record of where the file was sent and by whom.

Files were considered to be very important and their movements were logged assiduously. Time consuming but it protected us all. Any file that was moved or destroyed was recorded and dated. Lost files would spark panic and poor registry staff would have to hunt for them, even searching our desks!

Lost files would be tracked back to their last movement, the Registry having a separate log of these, and the official it was logged out to would be questioned. Paper trails everywhere, signed and dated! Civil service rules!"

> Penelope123 - Nutter from The Guardian's comment section
>> No. 2968 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 12:09 pm
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>>2966
> we need to try and get to the bottom of why people can get into institutions and use those institutions as a safe place to abuse.

It's simple really. The real people who rule the world make SURE that whenever a position of power opens up, they can put forward someone who is a kiddy fiddler. Then hang this sword of Damocles over their head in return for them doing as they wish.

Almost everyone (probably actually everyone) in the government has some grubby, dirty secret. I suppose in the old days the threat of being exposed as a homosexual was probably enough, these days that's accepted so they have to use the greatest taboo - peadophilia.

All these terrible places were run as sting operations to get blackmail material so that the real rulers of the world had fodder to manipulate with.
>> No. 2969 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 12:43 pm
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>>2968

It seems unlikely. If you put powerful people in the corner they tend not to react well. The instant you threaten them with the paedo stuff they'll launch a full scale war against these elites.

If you look at JFK for example, when he did that executive order thing basically ending the power of the banks, nobody outed him as a homo or a paedo, they just shot him.
>> No. 2970 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 1:21 pm
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>>2969
> If you look at JFK for example, when he did that executive order thing basically ending the power of the banks, nobody outed him as a homo or a paedo, they just shot him.
Which is a Last Resort. They would much rather he had toed the line.

> It seems unlikely.
So do a lot of things until they are known to be true.
>> No. 2971 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 1:25 pm
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>>2969
> The instant you threaten them with the paedo stuff they'll launch a full scale war against these elites.
I don't think you really get it do you. There are people and forces above government. You can't just launch a full scale war. For example - JFK.

And is the OP of this thread not giving you pause for thought?
>> No. 2972 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 1:31 pm
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>>2971
I think the odds of some privileged old men who have never heard the word no turning to paedophillia to get their kicks are much greater than the odds of a few shadowy elites running paedo rings at the highest levels of world government and remaining undetected for centuries.
>> No. 2973 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 1:36 pm
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>>2972
Then explain why there haven't been any arrests of politicians yet over Yewtree. Plenty of entertainers fed to the dogs, but no one with any real power. Dead men obviously don't count, so they can release their names, and it's obvious from the names released this goes right to the top. I mean, come on, Ted fucking Heath! He was Prime Minister of England and protected by the secret services who knew he was a nonce! The only reason this happens is so that people with other interests can wield power over them.

I get the feeling neither of us is going to change our minds here, so I'll (probably) leave it at that.
>> No. 2974 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 1:39 pm
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>>2973

Perhaps the only difference in our perspectives is that you think x is protecting y, while I'm of the opinion that y is protecting itself.
>> No. 2975 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 1:46 pm
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>>2963

The Met only got it a couple of days ago - hence every hack in London hammering their contacts, desperate to get it.

And no, D-Notices would be ignored for something like this, even if "The Establishment" were to try for one.
>> No. 2977 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 1:53 pm
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> I think the odds of some privileged old men who have never heard the word no turning to paedophillia to get their kicks are much greater than the odds of a few shadowy elites running paedo rings at the highest levels of world government and remaining undetected for centuries.
I'll just quote this from the Evening Standard.
"I believe that there is strong evidence ... that there’s been an extremely powerful elite among the highest levels of the political classes for as long as I have been alive — I’m 65 now.

“We are looking at the Lords, we are looking at the Commons, we are looking at the judiciary.”
http://www.standard.co.uk/news/politics/peer-backs-claims-that-powerful-people-abused-children-in-homes-9591629.html
>> No. 2978 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 2:01 pm
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>>2956
I am not GCHQlad, here is the Private Eye clipping from circa 1984. Rabbitholes go deeper than expected.
>> No. 2979 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 2:05 pm
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>>2978
Funny thing is it wasn't a smear, it was the truth.

And the spooks only leveraged it when they wanted something.
>> No. 2980 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 2:06 pm
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>> No. 2981 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 4:13 pm
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>>2980
I'll admit that in this context that song suddenly seems far more sinister than it did, but I'm reasonably sure that you have something more than that in mind, so would you mind explaining?
>> No. 2982 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 4:16 pm
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what can one say? one can romanticise it in ‘images’ or one can talk about the ‘cold hard truth’….you cannot attain ‘the life of the soul’ if you are not ‘naturally born’.

if you are the product of a SIS experiment – granted, that is as SH I.T. as it can be….

you have to ‘make your peace with it’ somehow – as kate golby was to do….

…to make ‘war’ upon those that have souls….and then try to ‘harness them’ and ‘make them work for you’ as slaves – is the DEMONIC at work and to the nth degree….

….and the ‘angels’ take revenge in the end – as history tells us….recent history….they can write you terrible, terrible life scripts….do you really want that?

not that ‘those of us who were naturally born’ are angels or devils….it is just that we had that ‘spark from the beginning of creation’ – the ‘soul spark’ that came from another dimension – that was to begin our lives upon this planet….

the ill had realised ‘the above’…how to create ‘human beings without a soul’…’easily programmed robots’ in the main….’no mess and no fuss’ in relation to those with a soul, fighting back for all they were worth….to stop themselves from being enslaved.
>> No. 2983 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 4:24 pm
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I hope you're having a lovely summer, Em.
>> No. 2984 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 4:30 pm
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Ah. I'm afraid you've rather lost me, and I don't know who Kate Golby was, but... having read several of your blogs recently (assuming you're Are Emily, and if not you mimic her writing style very well) could you please take down the scans that display your name, address, mobile number etc. I know you think they're significant evidence of foul play by sinister forces, but they're also potentially dangerous should a scammer find them, and some of us worry about you...
>> No. 2985 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 4:32 pm
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Lady Butler-Sloss to chair abuse inquiry: http://www.theguardian.com/society/2014/jul/08/lady-butler-sloss-chair-child-abuse-inquiry
>> No. 2986 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 4:47 pm
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>>2985
She both looks and sounds like a butch lesbian pedo. I smell a cover up.
>> No. 2987 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 5:10 pm
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>>2986
Butler Sloss is an odd pick to lead this inquiry.

I know it's the Daily Heil, but; http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2357642/Judge-gave-James-Bulger-killer-Jon-Venables-secret-identity-casts-doubt-child-porn-sex-crimes-link.html

We might have expected an old fashioned fire-breathing nonce hater to be running the show but B.S has a history of claiming things like 'there was [no] evidence to show that paedophiles who seek out indecent images online also carry out physical assaults' ("‘There is no evidence that those who watch child porn go ahead and do it. Not to my knowledge. There may be evidence but I have not come across it").

It also seems pretty fucking stupid do drag an 80 year old out of retirement, given this inquiry could go on for years and years, and the leader of this inquiry could be called on to give evidence at a later date. This makes me suspicious.
>> No. 2989 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 5:11 pm
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>>2987
>*pretty fucking stupid to
>> No. 2990 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 5:33 pm
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>>2984

Not enough FULL CAPS to be ARE EM.

ACTIVATE GOLD PROTOCOL

>>2987

While obviously THE ESTABLISHMENT would try and avoid censure, B.S. is pretty fucking independent in her views. inb4 EXACTLY...
>> No. 2991 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 5:33 pm
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>>2985
It's not a public inquiry, so it means fuck all. The security services and Westminster will know about it.
>> No. 2992 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 5:40 pm
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>>2990
It's a direct quote from her blog.
>> No. 2993 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 5:51 pm
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>>2991

What?

>>2992

Apologies. Maybe the pills beginning to work.
>> No. 2994 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 5:54 pm
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>>2938

The BNP:

- Are against foreign wars on the off-chance one of our interventions might help Johnny Foreigner.
- Are up for deporting eskimos (because those Muzzahs are so intolerant, you see?).
- Wish to bring back hanging. (Pot-heads in particular piss them off no end.)
- Dismiss the fluffly notion that is multiculturalism.
- Are nationalistic and oppose the EU.
- Wish to nationalise pretty much everything (probably even yer bird). Plus, they outright reject the economically liberal Thatcher.

Labour:

- Are war-obsessed. Blowing up folk is how they spread their liberating message to the barbarians. After-all, it's of great importance that everyone receive the Word of R Tone.
- Absolutely love immigration. "Let 'em all in so they can undercut the jobs of our traditional voter base", they say.
- Love the increasingly quasi-Soviet EU.
- Not particularly tough on crime, and especially so when it comes to illegal substances. (They peddle the "addiction is an illness" line.)
- Embrace the free-market. Ever since Blair, the Labour leadership has had a massive Iron Lady-induced hard-on.

To claim that Labour and the BNP are closely aligned politically is just silly.
>> No. 2995 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 5:56 pm
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>Are war-obsessed.

This is the same party that voted against bombing in Syria.

The rest of your post is just the usual Daily Heil comments section drivel.
>> No. 2996 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 6:04 pm
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>>2995

They voted against Syria because, as the opposition, they get the occasional opportunity to appear liberal and "aware of public concerns". Besides, nothing was going to happen unless the Americans agreed to strikes too and that wasn't going to happen.

Other than that, superb work, you really showed me.
>> No. 2997 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 6:06 pm
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>>2995
>>2996

Give it a rest lads.
>> No. 2998 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 7:09 pm
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>>2994
>Are against foreign wars
>Are war-obsessed
Now stop that nonsense, lad. As ne fule no, you can't be for or against war as a policy position, other than in a cynical attempt to win votes. Unless you're a mentalist like Saddam, Putin, or Gaddafi, it just happens. When diplomacy fails you can hardly sit back and say 'never mind, have it your way'. There can be different views of exactly what a nation's interests are, but ultimately reality makes it impossible to make a blanket statement that you will or will not consider military action.
>> No. 2999 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 7:18 pm
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> Pot-heads in particular piss them off no end.
There goes any chance they ever had of winning me over with their racist ways.
>> No. 3000 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 7:18 pm
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> Profile: Elizabeth Butler-Sloss

"...In her early career she stood while pregnant as Conservative candidate in the Labour stronghold of Vauxhall and lost, then set up and ran a nursery for toddlers at a basement in the Temple, one of the Inns of Court."

- http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/5307946.stm
>> No. 3001 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 7:28 pm
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>>3000
So:

>Paedo-friendly
>Tory-friendly
>Octogenarian

Great choice, Theresa!
>> No. 3002 Anonymous
8th July 2014
Tuesday 8:17 pm
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>>2997

Original poster of "the BNP mirrors a lot of Old Labour's policies" here. I'd like to second this post.
>> No. 3003 Anonymous
9th July 2014
Wednesday 12:48 pm
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>>3000
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-28225043

>Sir Michael faced criticism after he sought to stop Tory MP Geoffrey Dickens from naming in Parliament a top diplomat - Sir Peter Hayman - as a paedophile in the early 1980s.

>But Lady Butler-Sloss said she was unaware of her brother's role as Attorney General during the paedophile controversy in the 1980s.

>"I know absolutely nothing about it," she told the BBC. "If people think I am not suitable then that's up to them."

Of course you didn't love. This "inquiry" is going to be an absolute whitewash.
Also I notice there was a flurry of "teenlad" sounding pointless posts and old bumped threads at some point last night and this thread seems to have fallen off the front page of /*/.
I'm sure it's just coincidence though.
>> No. 3005 Anonymous
9th July 2014
Wednesday 1:13 pm
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>>3003

It's a bit of a stretch to think that GCHQ would be watching .gs, there can't be more than a couple of a hundred users. Even if they were then they would surely be aware that you can't slide things on .gs. I noticed that the string of shitposts coincided with some silly billy being banned for poorly phrased posts, so I think it was more probably the return of revengelad.

If it was GCHQlad though and the mod squad can prove it there might be a story in some of the officially sanctioned racial slurs used by the poster.
>> No. 3006 Anonymous
9th July 2014
Wednesday 1:25 pm
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One shitposter shitposts and out come the tinfoil hats. As if anyone important gives a fuck about this site.

Paranoia aside, "If people think I am not suitable then that's up to them" is a marvellous platitude. It must be nice to be able to deflect serious criticism like that.
>> No. 3007 Anonymous
9th July 2014
Wednesday 1:27 pm
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>>3006
Confirmed as GCHQ shills.

This is /boo/, after all.
>> No. 3009 Anonymous
9th July 2014
Wednesday 1:41 pm
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>>3006

Yeah fuck knows. It's probably a lot more likely that it was just some shitposting 12 year old from krautchan or something. I was just indulging my paranoid fantasies really, this is /BOO!/ after all.

Saying that I wouldn't completely dismiss the possibility that this place in on some list of monitored sites. It's anonymous nature means that people might feel more comfortable talking about things they otherwise might not. I don't think there's necessarily some poor sod in a dingy basement office having to read through all the shite posted here though.

Anyway to try and stay on topic this is quite interesting.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-28210538

Calls for the Kincora boys home stuff to be included in the inquiry. That is a whole other can of festering rotten worms. Worth a google if you want to read about some mind bogglingly awful stuff and the potential involvement of our own ever lovely security services.
>> No. 3010 Anonymous
9th July 2014
Wednesday 1:56 pm
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FWIW, here's the story I heard about Leon Brittan back in 1998. The young woman who told it me was a fetish model involved in various slightly sordid and fun drug/S&M undergrounds at the time...she is now a middle-aged mother with anxiety problems and still sometimes in touch with me.

She was friends with two London gay fellows who were fairly deeply involved with the S&M underground of the mid-90s - bearing in mind this wasn't too long after Operation Spanner and the subculture had a necessarily clandestine atmosphere heightened by the paranoia associated with drug use. A persistent acquaintance from the scene tried to insist this couple came to 'special parties' and mentioned that well-known people would be present including most famously LB. The couple were amused at first but then the other guy said he would send a 'taster' of what you will experience at the parties. A courier delivered them a parcel containing what appeared to be a child's severed penis. The couple freaked the fuck out and decided to move out of their flat and were still talking about being followed a couple of years later when they told this story to my friend.

I still don't know what to make of this. Tales of actually murdering kids seems to unbelievable outside of films like Salo. Leaving it here as an an example of an old story about Leon Brittan which has been circulating not in police/journalism circles but on the fringes of the sexual underground. I can't really answer any more questions as this is all I can remember of what she told me back when we were young. It had a slight ring of folk myth/hysteria at the time but really, who knows.
>> No. 3011 Anonymous
9th July 2014
Wednesday 2:13 pm
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>>3009
>Saying that I wouldn't completely dismiss the possibility that this place in on some list of monitored sites
I would completely dismiss the possibility that it isn't. The incredibly minor shit that can get law enforcement to start snooping on a site and its users is absurd.
>> No. 3012 Anonymous
9th July 2014
Wednesday 2:43 pm
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>>3011

Snooping and monitoring are two completely different things though, there's no doubt that britchan and .gs have had police interference, for example that girl who got us taken offline a few years ago because someone posted a partial nip, I don't remember her name (and I didn't see the pictures, honest officer). That doesn't mean the police stuck around afterwards though, because we're not a constant security risk.

I'm convinced we have at least one serving police officer who comes here unofficially though, I remember someone saying they were quite recently.

Sage for derailing the thread even further.
>> No. 3013 Anonymous
9th July 2014
Wednesday 2:52 pm
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>>3012

I think we did an experiment on /iq/ years ago by posting red flag phrases and key words for about 100 posts and if I remember rightly someone claiming to be an *actual* GCHQLad told us to stop being cunts and knock it off because we were blowing up his inbox.

It might have been a dream...
>> No. 3014 Anonymous
9th July 2014
Wednesday 6:02 pm
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>>3009
Bloody hell. Sounds like Jersey's Haut de la Garenne only more so...
>> No. 3015 Anonymous
9th July 2014
Wednesday 6:44 pm
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>>2977
Why does the link redirect to http://www.standard.co.uk/news/politics/church-leaders-unite-to-demand-full-inquiry-into-child-sex-abuse-9591629.html ?
>> No. 3016 Anonymous
9th July 2014
Wednesday 6:45 pm
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>>3015
Haha, oh wow. Looks like any news story which mentions the shadowy elite who are responsible is getting scrubbed.
>> No. 3017 Anonymous
9th July 2014
Wednesday 6:46 pm
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>>3015
Here's another article with that quote in, let's see if this stays up.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/wires/pa/article-2684281/EX-POLITICIANS-ABUSED-CHILDREN.html
>> No. 3018 Anonymous
9th July 2014
Wednesday 10:06 pm
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Alright, I'm going to say it. An 80 year old anyone is not fit to be doing anything.

I think the best we can hope for is Butler-Sloss' dementia addled mind leads her to blurting out all the names she's buried under the carpet of filth they have rolled up in somewhere in Westminster.
>> No. 3019 Anonymous
9th July 2014
Wednesday 11:00 pm
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>>3018
>An 80 year old anyone is not fit to be doing anything.
Say that to my nan's face and she'll have at you with her walking stick. Unless you walk away at a brisk pace, in which case she has no hope of catching you.
>> No. 3020 Anonymous
11th July 2014
Friday 4:51 pm
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>Cameron's reshuffle will be bigger than thought

>The consensus until now was that apart from a few Cabinet retirements, most of the changes would focus on refreshing the lower ministerial ranks. But I am told Mr Cameron is thinking big in the reshuffle that he is expected to carry out early next week.

>One source said: "I think it is going to be bigger than we thought."

>Another said: "Last time was a mini reshuffle. This will be a proper reshuffle. Prepare for rabbits out of a hat."

I'm sure this is just coincidence.
>> No. 3021 Anonymous
11th July 2014
Friday 5:11 pm
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>>3020

Do you think it's paedophiles in, non-paedophiles out, ? Or vice versa?
>> No. 3022 Anonymous
12th July 2014
Saturday 10:00 am
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>>3021
It'll be paedos in, paedos out, paedos shaken all about. A paedo Hokey Cokey, if you will.
>> No. 3023 Anonymous
12th July 2014
Saturday 10:57 am
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>>3021
I think they'll just use the opportunity to distance themselves from anyone with any sort of knowledge or connection to all this stuff. The bit that caught my eye was the fact that the chief whip is probably going.
>> No. 3024 Anonymous
12th July 2014
Saturday 7:56 pm
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> Home Office defends Butler-Sloss amid claims of abuse cover-up

Reports claim retired judge excluded victim's account of alleged abuse by bishop in review because she 'cared about the Church'

- http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2014/jul/12/home-office-defends-butler-sloss-bishop-cover-up
>> No. 3025 Anonymous
12th July 2014
Saturday 8:03 pm
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>>3024

>>3001 reporting. I fucking knew it. Glad it's all coming out now rather than mid-enquiry.
>> No. 3026 Anonymous
13th July 2014
Sunday 1:19 pm
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Lord Greville Janner was facing more than 20 allegations of historical child abuse, but now looks set to avoid prosecution after doctors said he was unfit to be quizzed because he has dementia.

The member of the House of Lords will not be interviewed or arrested by police investigating the alleged sexual assaults – which include claims of rape – on vulnerable boys in children’s homes.

One man said he was aged seven when the politician visited his care home and entertained him and the other youngsters there with magic tricks.

- http://ukpaedos-exposed.com/westminster-scandal-114-secret-files-on-paedophile-cases-missing/the-civil-servant-in-the-home-offices-pie-funding-inquiry-and-his-academic-articles-on-boy-love/councillorspolitical-party-affiliated/cover-ups/
>> No. 3027 Anonymous
13th July 2014
Sunday 1:22 pm
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There's lots of hearsay but where's the evidence?
>> No. 3028 Anonymous
13th July 2014
Sunday 2:20 pm
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>>3027

see

>>2967
>> No. 3029 Anonymous
13th July 2014
Sunday 2:28 pm
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>>3028
That's not direct evidence.
>> No. 3030 Anonymous
13th July 2014
Sunday 4:22 pm
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>>3029
What kind of magic tricks did you show the boys before you nonced them?
>> No. 3031 Anonymous
13th July 2014
Sunday 4:28 pm
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>>3030
I made them disappear.
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13th July 2014
Sunday 5:11 pm
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PACK YOUR FUCKING RICE EVERYONE.
>> No. 3033 Anonymous
14th July 2014
Monday 1:01 pm
3033 BREAKING!
http://www.theguardian.com/society/2014/jul/14/lady-butler-sloss-stands-down-child-abuse-inquiry

Sloss is los...t!
>> No. 3034 Anonymous
14th July 2014
Monday 2:01 pm
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>>3033
And thank fuck for that. The Tory paedo massive shouldn't get away with it that easily.
>> No. 3035 Anonymous
14th July 2014
Monday 6:33 pm
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>>3032

>Home Office spokesman said: “The integrity of Baroness Butler-Sloss is beyond reproach and we stand by her appointment unreservedly.”

>>3033

>Hours after the former solicitor general Vera Baird called on Butler-Sloss to stand down because her brother served as attorney general in the 1980s, when reports of child abuse were allegedly not examined properly, the former judge issued a statement announcing that she would withdraw from the post.

Fucking hell.
>> No. 3036 Anonymous
14th July 2014
Monday 7:31 pm
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>>3035
It goes all the way to the top.
>> No. 3037 Anonymous
14th July 2014
Monday 8:36 pm
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>>3036
Indeed
>> No. 3038 Anonymous
14th July 2014
Monday 8:48 pm
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>>3037
It's not just my latent conspiracy theorist kicking in, but if certain "harmless" celebs working in the '70s and '80s, all chummy with the powers that be, had any and all claims about child abuse made against them quashed by the police who simply didn't involve the CPS with any claim, then it reasonably follows that these disgusting rings were either a result of the powers that be or someone like Savile set it up to begin with.

I think this is a tenuous ground to base an argument on legally, but my heart and my head seem to both feel and think that there is a deeper connection with these paedophiles and the Royals.

I don't want to be woken up by size 13s vor Sonnenaufgang to bring me shackles instead of a cup of tea and bacon sarnie. But I do understand it's a simply human thing to see a few things and try to build connections between them - this just seems far too plausible, down to the calibre of people involved, a theory to let slip.
>> No. 3039 Anonymous
14th July 2014
Monday 9:34 pm
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Masses and masses of sackings in this 'reshuffle'. I honestly think many of them will be linked to kiddy fiddling, or negligence towards suspected child molestation.
>> No. 3040 Anonymous
14th July 2014
Monday 10:32 pm
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>>3039
Confirmed.
>> No. 3041 Anonymous
14th July 2014
Monday 11:13 pm
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>>3040

>Was Worlds Oldest Baby Molested By Saville!?
>> No. 3042 Anonymous
14th July 2014
Monday 11:23 pm
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>>3039
Interesting that he's staying as leader of the house. The cynic in me suspects that this is so it looks like Disco Dave can properly fire him when it comes out in the press without looking too much like he knew all along.

How much of the government is expendable to stop it going further up the ladder? Should be interesting.

Also, if paedogeddon does occur in full, that's Scottish Independence in the bag then, isn't it? Then next stop on the freedom tour is Wales, where the spirit of Llywelyn ap Gruffudd will ride again on a horse made of the corpses of fired paedo tory ministers.
>> No. 3043 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 12:52 am
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>>3041

Ho Ho Ho. Not to worry, it's just a puppet.
>> No. 3044 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 12:53 am
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Politicians being what they are, what's being snuck through using this as a distraction? How does one find out?
>> No. 3045 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 12:58 am
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>>3044

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/emergency-data-law-government-railroading-through-legislation-on-internet-and-phone-records-9596695.html
>> No. 3046 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 1:05 am
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>>3045
Is that all? I don't think that was very sneaky.
>> No. 3047 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 1:07 am
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>>3045
Too obvious. There'll be some shitberg of a bill hiding somewhere which nobody will be looking at.
>> No. 3048 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 1:07 am
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>>3046

There is probably more but I am burned out on trying to comprehend the government.
>> No. 3049 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 1:12 am
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>>3045

The irony of imposing emergency data retention laws on the public whilst destroying all records of their own misdeeds is hilarious.

Next they'll give themselves some form of immunity against prosecution and celebrate with a three-day charity paedothon.
>> No. 3050 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 1:18 am
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>>3049
It's not really irony any more.
>> No. 3051 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 1:20 am
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>>3050

No, I suppose not. The word hypocrisy does get bandied about quite a lot though. Best to have a sense of humour... urgh.
>> No. 3052 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 1:22 am
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>>3051

Maybe, but "hypocrisy" seems a bit mild.
>> No. 3053 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 9:19 am
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Established names out, nobodies in. Hammond as Foreign Secretary, FFS. This reshuffle is noncesense.
>> No. 3054 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 9:33 am
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>>3049
I'm not sure what's worse, that the so-called "emergency" legislation is going to be forced through, even though it's not really an emergency, or the fact that ISPs have not in fact been deleting their records because the Home Office told them so. Surely all that would be needed for things such as this and the DEA to fall through would be for the major ISPs to make good on their principles and tell the government to fuck off.
>> No. 3055 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 12:35 pm
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>>3054
'Emergency' just means 'at short notice and within a short time period'
>> No. 3056 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 1:06 pm
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>>3055
Three months is neither of those things. In the past, legislation to handle unfavorable court judgments has been tabled in the immediate aftermath. Where was this legislation when the judgment was handed down in April?
>> No. 3057 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 1:09 pm
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>>3055
emergency /ɪˈməːdʒ(ə)nsi/ noun
a serious, unexpected, and often dangerous situation requiring immediate action.
>> No. 3058 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 2:04 pm
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>>3040
I notice Ken Clark is being given his marching orders. Probably to do with all that Ben Fellows gubbins.
>> No. 3059 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 2:11 pm
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>>3053

Jesus Christ, Hammond as Foreign Secretary? Why not just make Grayling Minister of Trying Not To Be a Prick while you're at it.

And cool! A reactionary bigot in charge education, I can't wait.
>> No. 3060 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 6:28 pm
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>>3056
http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2014/jul/10/high-court-snoopers-charter
>> No. 3061 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 6:29 pm
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>>3059
>A reactionary bigot in charge education, I can't wait.

How will we be able to tell the difference?
>> No. 3062 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 6:30 pm
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>>3061
You'd be as clever as you think you are if what you said actually had any real implication.
>> No. 3063 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 11:03 pm
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>>3020

over 9000 hours in photoshop or summit
>> No. 3064 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 11:24 am
3064 BREAKING NEWS
> UK police arrest 660 suspected paedophiles

"National Crime Agency detains suspected child abusers, including doctors and teachers, and takes more than 400 children into care...

... Of the 660 arrested, 39 were registered sex offenders but the vast majority of suspected paedophiles were off the police's radar. Those arrested include doctors, teachers, scout leaders, care workers and former police officers."

- http://www.theguardian.com/society/2014/jul/16/660-suspected-paedophiles-arrested-uk
>> No. 3065 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 11:26 am
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But still no politicians. See? It's rotten to the core.
>> No. 3066 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 11:29 am
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> Scotland Yard detective 'removed over plan to investigate child abuse claims'

He claimed that he was removed from his post after sharing his suspicions at a meeting with other officers.

"I certainly in a case conference disclosed suspects' names, 100%, but I was informed that was inappropriate and I would be removed from my post," he said.

"Whenever people spoke to you and shared their fears and their story about what they had seen, it was almost on the proviso that they wouldn't make a statement and that they would be scared if you released who those people were that were talking for fear of reprisals to both their selves and their families."

- http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2014/jul/16/uk-detective-removed-post-alleged-child-abuse-claims
>> No. 3067 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 2:51 pm
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It's a bit weird this. I think it's a political act which
A) defends the new snooping laws to protect are kids from paedos.
B) makes Theresa May's NCA massive look like they're great at doing the above.
C) deflects attention away from the current enquiry shambles.

Certainly it will scoop up dangerous individuals but I think the operation should have continued as an in-depth study of how these networks operate, rather than being ended with a one-time scoop up of a few hundred nonces/nonce wannabes.
>> No. 3068 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 2:55 pm
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>"We urge all such men – young and old alike – to contact the helpline for help to stop their illegal and harmful behaviour.
>"Not only do children continue to be harmed by this inappropriate use of their images, but also the offender risks losing friends, family, job, reputation and more should their offending come to light. Call 0808 1000 900 for confidential help before it is too late."

Well that's one way to get put on a list
>> No. 3069 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 3:07 pm
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>>3068
Well yeah, they will go on a list, but I was heartened to hear the geezer on radio 4 actually encourage paedos to come forward and solicit help with their issues rather than just condemn them as SICK FILTH, LOCK EM ALL UP etc etc.
>> No. 3070 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 3:12 pm
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> Barbara Castle drew up dossier on VIP paedophiles: File seized by Special Branch 'heavy mob'

"Special Branch officers seized a paedophile dossier naming Establishment figures drawn up by Labour peer Barbara Castle in the 1980s, it was claimed yesterday.

Officers citing ‘national security’ confiscated the file which listed 16 MPs along with senior policemen, headteachers and clergy, it was said.

The dossier was collated by the late Baroness Castle of Blackburn who handed it to Don Hale, the editor of her local newspaper, the Bury Messenger.

Mr Hale claimed a ‘heavy mob’ of Special Branch officers raided his office in 1984 and took away the file, threatening him with prison if he resisted."
>> No. 3071 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 3:17 pm
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>>3070
Well, that's frightening.
>> No. 3072 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 3:17 pm
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>>3068
>>3069
Which list exactly would they go on? You can't sign the Sex Offenders' Register if you haven't offended.
>> No. 3073 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 3:21 pm
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>>3072
The "watch this person they may be a nonce" list
>> No. 3074 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 3:22 pm
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>>3072
Maybe if it weren't such an exclusive club people would be less eager to meet its membership conditions.
>> No. 3075 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 4:07 pm
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>>3070

>Utopia soundtrack intensifies
>> No. 3076 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 6:16 pm
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>>3067

The snooping laws have only just gone through and it sounds like that operation has been in the works for a while, so I guess they are just making legal what they have been doing all along.
>> No. 3077 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 6:19 pm
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> In 1997 , the Conservative MP for Meriden, Iain Mills, was found dead in his flat in Dolphin Square, Pimlico.

" Initially there was confusion over the cause of death but Westminster’s creepy coroner Paul Knapman soon recorded a verdict of alcohol poisoning.

Iain Mills, MP, was apparently found with extreme levels of alcohol in his blood and was surrounded by gin bottles.

The media blamed his death on the stress of being a parliamentarian and it was assumed he’d had an alcohol problem for many years.

This was at odds however with members of his local constituency group who insisted he was a teetotaller and only ever drank orange juice during the 20 years they knew him.

His untimely death was soon forgotten and to this day is rarely mentioned, but that might be about to change.

Could it be that Iain Mills MP was aware of the high -level paedophile ring operating in Dolphin Square and this knowledge led to his death? "
>> No. 3078 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 7:39 pm
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>The snooping laws have only just gone through
They've only just gone through because three months ago a court effectively took away powers that they'd had for a few years before that. This case coming out now seems an awful lot like an attempt to say to the public "See what came out of this? That's why we need these powers back!"
>> No. 3079 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 9:50 pm
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>>3067

I think it's all about the security services blackmailing NPs to do their bidding. They're turning up the heat.
>> No. 3080 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 9:55 pm
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>>3079
Been saying that for ages, it's good leverage and they certainly know about it if it's going on.
>> No. 3081 Anonymous
17th July 2014
Thursday 2:25 pm
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> A former detective has said three investigations into Cyril Smith sex abuse allegations were stopped

Retired Det Sgt Jack Tasker, who served with Lancashire Police, carried out the third investigation, following two by the former Rochdale Borough force.

He claimed senior officers ordered him to hand over notes and warned he would be "in serious trouble" if he continued the investigation.

"It was obvious that someone quite high up, quite powerful, was making sure that Cyril Smith never appeared before a court. "
>> No. 3082 Anonymous
17th July 2014
Thursday 10:08 pm
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UPDATE:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-28341109

>Peter Saunders, the head of a support organisation for victims of child abuse, said senior politicians were linked to the sex abuse allegations.

>He called for the east Belfast home to be part of a government inquiry into child sex abuse.

>Mr Saunders, the chief executive of Napac (National Association of People Abused in Childhood), said the crimes at Kincora had been "swept under the carpet for generations".

>He told BBC Radio Ulster's Good Morning Ulster: "I cannot name names on live radio, but there are certainly names of the highest profile connected with these outrageous crimes.

...

>On Wednesday, a former PSNI assistant chief constable said that allegations that British intelligence services were linked to Kincora "need to be investigated".

>Alan McQuillan said he had no proof of security service involvement, but that he believed that the claims were "potentially credible".

>Last week, Amnesty's NI director, Patrick Corrigan said there were fears that there were "many more victims and abusers" at Kincora, during the period between 1960 and 1980.

>He said: "Allegations have persisted that paedophilia at Kincora was linked to British intelligence services, with claims that visitors to the home included members of the military, politicians and civil servants, and that police investigations into abuse at Kincora were blocked by the Ministry of Defence and MI5."
>> No. 3083 Anonymous
19th July 2014
Saturday 5:29 am
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>>3082
> police investigations into abuse at Kincora were blocked by the Ministry of Defence and MI5.
You know MI5 and all the secret service agencies don't swear allegiance to the British people or the British government. They swear allegiance to protect the Royal family.
>> No. 3084 Anonymous
19th July 2014
Saturday 7:17 am
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>>3083
What.a.revelation. You're a genius mate.
>> No. 3085 Anonymous
19th July 2014
Saturday 7:28 am
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>>3083

That is... A good fucking point, lad. I'm surprised no one has mentioned this with regards to the cover ups.

I wouldn't be surprised if purple gets a knock on the door about this and told to delete stuff like the Ryan Giggs super injunction debacle, although I think he just did that so he wouldn't get a knock on the door rather than because of it come to think of it.
>> No. 3086 Anonymous
19th July 2014
Saturday 12:58 pm
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>>3085
Do you honestly think those at the top of MI5 think "well I can't possibly cover this up, I've sworn an oath of allegiance to the Queen." Don't joke.

More important with respect to a possible cover up is the importance of the Monarchy as part of the British State and it's place in society.
>> No. 3087 Anonymous
19th July 2014
Saturday 2:06 pm
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>>3086

This is from 2011 but still somewhat relevant in regards to our ever benevolent Royal family.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/royal-family-granted-new-right-of-secrecy-2179148.html



>The Royal Family is to be granted absolute protection from public scrutiny in a controversial legal reform designed to draw a veil of secrecy over the affairs of the Queen, Prince Charles and Prince William.

>Letters, emails and documents relating to the monarch, her heir and the second in line to the throne will no longer be disclosed even if they are in the public interest.
>> No. 3088 Anonymous
19th July 2014
Saturday 2:24 pm
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>>3086
> Do you honestly think those at the top of MI5 think "well I can't possibly cover this up, I've sworn an oath of allegiance to the Queen." Don't joke.
What the fuck are you talking about? Why would they think they can't cover it up because of their oath?Surely they would think they CAN cover it up.

And the answer to whether I think that is the case is yes, 100%.
>> No. 3089 Anonymous
19th July 2014
Saturday 2:58 pm
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>>3088
>Why would they think they can't cover it up because of their oath?Surely they would think they CAN cover it up.
That's not what I said matey.

>And the answer to whether I think that is the case is yes, 100%.

Heh. Do you also think the armed forces spend their time wondering about the potential threats to the Queen today, and those taking the citizenship oath are spending their time wondering how best to serve their adopted monarch? Be realistic. At the very most those at the top will feel some sort of 'British duty' to protect the monarchy, if you think that's going to be secondary to their protection of the British State as a whole then that's just absurd. Things like >>3087 are cause for concern, however I highly doubt that'll be to protect things like a possible overthrow of the government by the Queen. Abuse allegations, maybe. You're on another planet if you think their number one priority is worrying about who might find out what goings on are happening at the palace though.
>> No. 3090 Anonymous
19th July 2014
Saturday 3:04 pm
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>>3089
>That's not what I said matey.
I'm not him but the problem is that what you said doesn't seem to make any sense.
>> No. 3092 Anonymous
19th July 2014
Saturday 4:33 pm
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>>3089

The monarchy is a massive cash cow, if you think that the people who run this country>>3089 don't want to protect that then you're dense.
>> No. 3093 Anonymous
19th July 2014
Saturday 4:34 pm
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>>3089
> Do you also think the armed forces spend their time wondering about the potential threats to the Queen
Yes...do you not?
> I highly doubt that'll be to protect things like a possible overthrow of the government by the Queen.
No one is saying the Queen wants to overthrow anything. Protecting her though - that's exactly what the oath is for.
> You're on another planet if you think their number one priority is worrying about who might find out what goings on are happening at the palace though.
GCHQ shill confirmed lads, disregard.

>>3090
He's just here to try and make it appear unrealistic and to muddy the waters, and to cast doubt on what is happening. Ignore him. Probably a copper/mason/Illuminati employee/The Great King Pindar, Ruler Of All Mankind sent here to shit up the thread because it's getting too close to the money.
>> No. 3094 Anonymous
19th July 2014
Saturday 4:49 pm
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>>3093
>Yes...do you not?
No, I don't. I think they spend their time assessing threats to the UK and their potential future involvements.

>No one is saying the Queen wants to overthrow anything. Protecting her though - that's exactly what the oath is for.
This is a hilarious belief you people have, you think anyone gives a moments thought to the oath after they've taken it?? Their only interest in protecting the monarch is for either leverage with ministers, blackmail, or for simple want to protect an important part of the State. It doesn't exist to guard the Queen, it exists to guard the country, oath or not, and that's what it does. Except when it's spying on its citizens of course.

>>3092
Not sure what that has to do with it.

>>3090
Yes it does. I didn't say they 'can't cover it up because of the oath', that would be bizarre. If they do cover shit up to do with the monarchy its either a) because it's part of their job to protect the monarchy, b) for leverage in government or c) to extract money from them or the govt. It's not some stupid personal protection service for the Queen and co, all this blabber about the oath is absent from how people actually damn well function.
>> No. 3095 Anonymous
19th July 2014
Saturday 5:04 pm
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>>3094

So tell us GCHQlad, how does an employee such as yourself view your responsibilities to the Crown?
>> No. 3096 Anonymous
19th July 2014
Saturday 5:12 pm
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>>3095
Why are you calling me that?
>> No. 3097 Anonymous
19th July 2014
Saturday 5:27 pm
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>>3094
>Yes it does.
No, it doesn't. It appears as though you misunderstood what you were responding to in the first place and are arguing on a tangent to the conversation.
>> No. 3098 Anonymous
19th July 2014
Saturday 5:42 pm
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>>3097
Like I said, he's here to try and muddy the issue. Ignore him.
>> No. 3099 Anonymous
19th July 2014
Saturday 5:52 pm
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>>3098
Are you Russian? They're notable for dismissing things they don't like.
>> No. 3100 Anonymous
19th July 2014
Saturday 6:12 pm
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I wonder which one of the royals done a noncing.
>> No. 3101 Anonymous
19th July 2014
Saturday 6:33 pm
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>>3100
All of them.
>> No. 3102 Anonymous
19th July 2014
Saturday 7:24 pm
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>>3099
Did you just insinuate that he's a foreign agent?
>> No. 3103 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 9:27 am
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Regardless of this GCHQ chap trying to muddy the waters, shall we have a recap?

The royals, including Prince Charles, The Queen, Prince Phillip, and probably Wills at the very least as well, are all involved in a satanic cult that favours ritual child abuse, and are protected by the security services. Many politicians are also involved as well, including people like Ken Clark, homosexual peadophile, who was recently sacked by Cameron because the allegations about him are threatening to become too public.

The royals are probably in it all for a laugh, but the brunt of politicians have been engineered/vetted for being into this sort of stuff so the security agencies/zionist agents have blackmail material against them, and can be forced to do their bidding.

Tony Blair and Cliff Richard are also cross-dressing peados too, according to some sources. The most verifiable one involving Cliff being the Elm Tree Guest House signing in book.

Right. That's a good start, what have I missed?
>> No. 3104 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 10:47 am
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>>3103
Lizards
>> No. 3105 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 11:20 am
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>>3104
David Icke and his lizards story are pretty obviously controlled opposition. They tell a great amount of truth, then throw the lizards stuff in to make it all sound unbelievable.
>> No. 3106 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 12:39 pm
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>>3103
Pretty sure Prince George is leading it.
>> No. 3107 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 12:47 pm
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>>3088
>>3090


He is saying the thought should be "This matter is too big/important for me to cover up, regardless of my oath to the Queen".

My worry is that those at the top of M15 and such organisations will be well aware of what can be done to them should they decide to go against their oath. They have, no doubt, had a hand in similar doings themselves.

As for the GCHQlad/muddy water accusations, these have been jumped upon and (seemingly) followed blindly on the basis of a misunderstood sentence. Who's to say the accusations aren't the work of 'GCHQ', acting on a opportune rift in the discussion (if they're the work of an organisation at all, rather than some anonymous guy whos fed off of another anonymous' * misinterpretation)?

* Is that the correct use of an apostrophe?
>> No. 3108 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 12:54 pm
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>>3107
If GCHQ monitors .gs it has better things to do than post here.

Probably


What would it achieve anyway?
>> No. 3109 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 1:29 pm
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>>3107
> these have been jumped upon and (seemingly) followed blindly on the basis of a misunderstood sentence.
No mate, this complete arsehole has posted multiple shitty posts where he purposefully misunderstands what is happening and says the opposite type of thing to try and make people end up discussing his idiocy instead of discussing the real problem at hand. He's either a complete idiot (probably true anyway) or a cunning zionist silver-tongue sent here to mess with us.

So tell me GCHQ lad, do you fuck kids yourself as well, or merely approve of those who do?
>> No. 3110 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 1:31 pm
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>>3108
> What would it achieve anyway?
There's an awful lot been said in this thread that certain people don't want said. If he can make the thread descend into a shitposting argument instead of an examination of the facts, it undermines the veracity of the allegations.

I wonder when the stuff about Blair (or should I say "Miranda") will come out.
>> No. 3111 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 1:53 pm
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>>3110
This is right. Leaks about how 'services' train operatives to derail discussion and fracture solidarity are actually more insidious than the surveillance in my opinion. Imagine if the Saffer Apartheid government had these capabilities.
>> No. 3112 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 1:55 pm
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>> No. 3113 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 2:05 pm
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>>3111
The other place's /pol/ is well aware of this, there are some pics knocking round with loads of obvious shill posts collated. They weren't fooled either.
>> No. 3114 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 2:08 pm
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>>3113
I really can't tell anymore if we've decided to make /boo/ into a parody board, our mentally ill contingent is increasingly active or these are the sincerely held beliefs of perfectly rational and sane individuals.
>> No. 3115 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 2:13 pm
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>>3114
You have got to be kidding? You don't think they have people posting on 4chan?

It's a major hivemind of the internet. Of COURSE they want to influence opinion there, if they can.

I can't decide if you're simply a credulous fool or another paid poster.

They don't like the internet for exactly reasons like this thread. Look at the OP - look at many other posts.

They control the printed/broadcast media completely. You think they don't want to control the internet too? That's why there is all this talk of the death of anonymity. They don't want people to be able to post about the people in power fucking kids and starting wars, and posting the truth of why and where these things happen.
>> No. 3116 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 2:23 pm
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>>3114

Your definition of mental illness seems to be out of date by about 50 years. I hope it was an off the cuff comment and not a sincerely held belief of a perfectly rational and sane individual.

Let me guess, some of your best friends are mentally ill, right?
>> No. 3117 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 2:25 pm
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And, just like that, discourse is slided away from the matter at hand to something immaterial.
>> No. 3118 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 2:25 pm
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>>3116

I don't think it was an entirely serious claim.

As for paid GCHQ posters, heck, I'll do it, I've got nothing else on.
>> No. 3119 Anonymous ## Mod ##
20th July 2014
Sunday 2:33 pm
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Two of the posts made today in this thread are from British IP addresses which have never posted on any part of this website before.
>> No. 3120 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 2:34 pm
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>>3118

Same here. Can actual GCHQlad put our names on the short list for the next round of paid shill intake please?
>> No. 3121 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 2:35 pm
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>>3107
>the top of M15
It's called the A406 now, m8.
>> No. 3122 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 2:36 pm
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>>3120

Is one of them me? I've had some internet troubles and might have gotten a new IP address last night.
>> No. 3124 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 2:38 pm
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>>3119
I'm presuming one is me, since I'm at work and haven't posted here from work before.
>> No. 3125 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 2:39 pm
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>>3122
No and

>>3124
no.
>> No. 3126 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 2:39 pm
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>>3119
Thanks.

I'd imagine this will mean in the future they will make a few posts in other places first to legitimise themselves. I also imagine that they've been posting here long before today.
>> No. 3127 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 2:41 pm
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Either there are two sets of people trolling each other here or there's at least one set of idiots.

>>3115
>You have got to be kidding? You don't think they have people posting on 4chan?

No, I don't. They don't have the human resources to do this, at least from the UK.

>They don't like the internet for exactly reasons like this thread. Look at the OP - look at many other posts.

What about them? Do you think you're a danger to the establishment? Really?


What possible reason would they post on a elatively obscure board for? There's literally nothing to gain, heh.


SHILL SHILL SHILL
>> No. 3128 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 2:43 pm
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>>3119

>made today

So everything below
>>3102

I'm the one getting the accusation of working for them, I wish, I work in a goddamn warehouse.
>> No. 3130 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 2:51 pm
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>>3127
> They don't have the human resources to do this, at least from the UK.
I laughed so much I almost cried.
> What possible reason would they post on a elatively obscure board for?
Because they've been watching anonymous for quite some time now. They infiltrated them over the scientology stuff - that whole episode made them rather uneasy. What if all these people started protesting against the truth? Why, it could be very messy. Might even cut into their baby fucking schedule.
>> No. 3132 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 3:02 pm
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Anyway...

Here's some more stuff about a dead MPeadophile.

http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2014/jul/19/police-investigate-sex-abuse-claims-labour-peer-viscount-tonypandy

>Police are investigating historical sex abuse allegations made against Labour peer Lord Tonypandy involving a nine-year-old boy.

Just stumbled on this as well. It's from 2008 and it's the mail so my sincere apologies, thought it was interesting nontheless.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1066171/Buckingham-Palace-butler-ran-paedophile-sex-ring-working-Royal-Family.html
>> No. 3133 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 3:05 pm
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I'm in two minds about western spies. On one hand they definitely do important and essentially good things, but they seem to be embroiled in so much bad shit that I can't honestly weigh up whether they're a net plus or minus.

http://www.youtube.com/v/C-CG5w4YwOI
>> No. 3134 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 3:14 pm
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>>3127

I don't understand how you can argue that this thread isn't a threat to the establishment, .gs has hundreds of unique users who read the site. This discussion is anonymous so people don't fear the consequences of what they say like they would in public or on facebook (which might be misguided, I'm sure GCHQ knows who we all are anyway) and so they can form opinions on the subject after a much more involved thought process. As most of us will know, it's must harder to change someone's opinion after they've made it than it is to stop them forming it in the first place. You also have to remember that people on .gs aren't just voices on the internet, they have family and friends, and when they talk to them they will use what they've picked up in this conversation to influence their opinions, those people will then form their own opinions and so on.

Nobody is suggesting that the next .gs pub crawl will turn in to a V style march on Westminister because of this thread, but it is another proverbial straw that the establishment would prefer to avoid. That said though, the mod post above doesn't prove anything, and we can't just all start going around with tinfoil hats on because there are two unique IPs in this thread, there could be any number of reasons for that, dynamic IPs, phones, work addresses, people here from 4chan or conspiracy forums, people here from googling the subject etc.

I think the real question is whether GCHQ and the like have the time or the inclination to post here. It's entirely possible and I don't want to rule out the possibility of malicious shitposting, but surely the security services would know that most threads on the internet devolve in to useless name calling and get derailed to a completely unrelated topic eventually even without their intervention. It seems like a complete waste of government money and time to me, which is why I think it's probably current policy.
>> No. 3135 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 3:20 pm
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>>3134
> most threads on the internet devolve in to useless name calling and get derailed to a completely unrelated topic eventually
I don't think this one is going to do that. Not if I have anything to do with it anyway.
>> No. 3136 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 3:21 pm
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>>3134

>.gs has hundreds of unique users

Fucking hell! There was only the three of us before you bloody rozzers showed up!
>> No. 3137 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 3:23 pm
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Just thought I would drop this in here.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/blogs-news-from-elsewhere-23695896

> Israel: Government pays students to fight internet battles

That's the /pol/ stuff I was on about earlier. And if anyone starts saying this is nothing to do with the UK, you can fuck right off. It's the same people basically. The freemason pedo cult are all controlled by the Zionists. That's why it was set up in the first place, to control politics.
>> No. 3138 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 3:24 pm
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>>3136
Only three of us actually post, although there are hundreds of lurkers. And one GCHQ shill.

I remember reading somewhere once that lurker/poster ratio is something like 95/5. I did just pull that out of my arse memory, but it's true that vastly more people read than post.
>> No. 3139 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 3:28 pm
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>>3137
The tricky thing about stuff like this is that if it were to be attempted in the UK, I think someone would eventually leak it to the press, either openly or anonymously, as has happened in Israel, Russia and so on. There is definitely some COINTELPRO-type stuff going on but I don't think it's likely that GCHQ et al has hundreds of pet British shills who they trust to not spill the beans. It has to be more complex.
>> No. 3140 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 3:29 pm
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>>3135

There's already a lot of useless namecalling going on and I'm confident that we'll be talking about what brand of tea they use at GCHQ by post 500.

I'd suggest issuing bans for anyone not talking about the actual issue, anyone using phrases like "you're a GCHQ shill/you're mentally ill" and just general baiting. Starting with me, obviously.
>> No. 3141 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 3:30 pm
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>>3134
http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2014/jul/14/gchq-tools-manipulate-online-information-leak

>Documents leaked by Edward Snowden reveal programs to track targets, spread information and manipulate online debates
>spread information and manipulate online debates
>> No. 3142 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 3:36 pm
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>>3133
I wouldn't give a shit what they are embroiled in, so long as they leave us westerners (the people they are supposed to protect) alone. Stop listening to me GCHQ, and give me a job. I am bilingual.
>> No. 3143 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 3:42 pm
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>>3137

I recall seeing a large amount of broken English in the Guardian comments section back when Papa Bear annexed the Crimea, all staunchly pro-Moscow of course, and thinking "could it be... nah, you're paranoid, mate". Then it was revealed about a month or two later they'd paid people to flood the Washington Post with that exact sort of thing, pretty much confirming they'd done it elsewhere.
>> No. 3144 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 3:42 pm
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>>3142
Applications are only accepted through Elm Tree Guest House. Hand in your CV there.
>> No. 3145 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 4:10 pm
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>>3142
> us westerners (the people they are supposed to protect)
They are not there to protect us, they are there to protect the elite. The international elite.

So far, it seems to be working out well enough. Which politicians have been arrested/exposed? Certainly none who are alive to take the heat.
>> No. 3146 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 4:22 pm
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>>3142
Don't bother, lad. If you apply for a job in national security, you're not allowed to tell anyone, not even your signing monkey in the JCP.
>> No. 3147 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 4:26 pm
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I actually applied to one of those jobs they advertised about 3/4 years ago looking for online security specialists. Got turned down on the grounds that I haven't worked in years, and probably over my convictions for da weed.

Pretty glad I didn't get the job with everything that's come out over the recent years. I don't think I would have been able to help myself going Snowden.

Anyway, it's obvious my barely relevant skills would probably not have been enough. Although they were more than a match for mumsnet. Yes, I know...
>> No. 3148 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 6:09 pm
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I couldn't work for the security services because it means they'd look at my life in detail and that makes me uncomfortable. They'll do it anyway but at least I can pretend they're not.
>> No. 3150 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 6:11 pm
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GCHQlad, put in a good word for me. I can fit in any urban area and I speak 3 languages. Hire me.
>> No. 3152 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 6:13 pm
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>>3150
My work security has a turnstile and a blippy card and some cones security puts up to discourage people from getting dropped off ON A PUBLIC FUCKING ROAD.
>> No. 3153 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 6:13 pm
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>>3150

I'm sure they already know that m8.
>> No. 3154 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 6:17 pm
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>>3152
If you don't get dropped off on a public road, won't you be walking off and into the secret area from a public road? What difference does this make?

Tell them I will never get dropped off on a public road, please. I need a job.
>> No. 3156 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 8:21 pm
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Former MP's son thinks his father was a prolific sexual predator who may have had links to a paedophile ring in Westminster:

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/jimmy-savile/10978492/My-father-was-a-sexual-predator-like-Jimmy-Savile-says-son-of-former-Tory-MP.html
>> No. 3157 Anonymous
20th July 2014
Sunday 8:26 pm
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More Elm House "guests".

http://www.scotsman.com/news/politics/top-stories/sir-nicholas-fairbairn-in-child-abuse-scandal-link-1-3474912

>Lists of visitors to the Elm Guest House – which hosted parties in the 1980s where vulnerable boys were sexually assaulted after being plied with alcohol – are now in the hands of police officers.

>The hand-written documents, which have been seen by Scotland on Sunday, state that a number of politicians including “N Fairburn” and “C Smith” - who asked to be called “Tubby” - visited the property on 7 June 1982.

Also.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/westminster-abuse-inquiries-at-least-10-famous-politicians-named-again-and-again-by-child-abuse-helpline-callers-9590911.html

>Child protection campaigners say at least 10 “famous” current and former politicians will now face being investigated over allegations of historic abuse.

>The figures, including a number who are now dead, have been identified “again and again” by callers to child abuse helplines, it has been claimed.

Also also, I'm curious as to what the Ed Winchester lad who posted earlier in the thread had to say about this video that was supposedly in the hands of the police?

I hope you're not zipped up in a hold all m8.
>> No. 3158 Anonymous
23rd July 2014
Wednesday 12:37 pm
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>>3070
Found a bit more on this second dossier story here http://eassurvey.wordpress.com/2014/07/23/chilling-day-special-branch-swooped-to-seize-another-dossier-on-vip-abusers-16-mps-names-mentioned-in-1984-report-on-paedophile-lobbys-influence-in-westminster/

Two names are named, both of course now dead. Sir Rhodes Boyson and Sir Keith Joseph. Of course, it's only that blog naming them so who knows, could be quite slanderous.

There's an interview with him here.
http://www.itv.com/news/granada/story/2014-07-21/the-prison-threat-that-stopped-high-profile-child-abusers-being-revealed/

He says he will be willing to talk about everything with the inquiry. Wonder where that will get him.
>> No. 3159 Anonymous
24th July 2014
Thursday 4:57 pm
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Apparently Leonard Rossiter used to watch attempted homosexual rape now.

I notice the tone of the story is slightly more forgiving than usual.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2672922/Sex-predator-victim-great-celeb-witchhunt-Police-probe-46-year-old-allegation-against-late-comedy-genius-Leonard-Rossiter.html
>> No. 3160 Anonymous
24th July 2014
Thursday 7:28 pm
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>>3159

Who next? Ronnie Barker? Charlie Chaplin? Stan Laurel?
>> No. 3161 Anonymous
24th July 2014
Thursday 7:33 pm
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>>3160

Didn't Charlie Chaplin already bonk a lot of 14/15 year olds?
>> No. 3162 Anonymous
24th July 2014
Thursday 8:25 pm
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>>3161

Bloody hell. I didn't know that.
>> No. 3163 Anonymous
24th July 2014
Thursday 8:39 pm
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>>3159

Police to dig up infamour sex predator and hand cuff him to a lamp post outside of the BBC to ward off would-be sex pests, we asked the BBC for a comment but they simply told us to bugger off and not to call the police.
>> No. 3164 Anonymous
24th July 2014
Thursday 8:39 pm
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>>3161
Next you'll be telling me that Lewis Carol was a nonce!
>> No. 3165 Anonymous
24th July 2014
Thursday 8:55 pm
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All these names, but there's one thing I want to know.

They keep saying there are names of politicians active now.

Who do they mean? I think they established Ken Clarke is one.
>> No. 3166 Anonymous
24th July 2014
Thursday 9:33 pm
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>>3165
It seems logical to me that most will be Tories. They all went to public schools where kiddy fiddling is known to have gone on, and many child abusers were themselves nonced as younguns so it makes sense to me. Just purge all the male Tories, god will look after his own. Do the same with the lib dems just to be sure.
>> No. 3167 Anonymous
24th July 2014
Thursday 9:41 pm
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>>3165
Big Fat Tobacco? Really?

Hague I can definitely see
>> No. 3168 Anonymous
24th July 2014
Thursday 9:53 pm
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>>3166

Go paint your Warhammers, Ed.

But yeah, he's probably right.
>> No. 3169 Anonymous
24th July 2014
Thursday 9:54 pm
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>>3162>>3164

Oh wait, are all those people already confirmed nonces?

Really, Ronnie Barker?
>> No. 3170 Anonymous
24th July 2014
Thursday 10:10 pm
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>>3169

Ronnie Barker wasn't a nonce AFAIK, but his son was a fugitive for many years to escape nonce-related charges.
>> No. 3171 Anonymous
24th July 2014
Thursday 11:02 pm
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>>3166

You assume noncery takes place in public schools, and seeing as ALL Tories must have gone to public schools (they say "one" n' shit after-all), they have obviously been turned into nonces themselves.

This is a logical chain of events to you?
>> No. 3172 Anonymous
24th July 2014
Thursday 11:07 pm
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>>3171
Innocence proves nothing, Torylad. Prepare for judgement.
>> No. 3173 Anonymous
24th July 2014
Thursday 11:12 pm
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>>3172

Think you can take me on, pleb?
>> No. 3174 Anonymous
24th July 2014
Thursday 11:17 pm
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>>3173
Justice knows every man's number, establishment cockroach!
>> No. 3175 Anonymous
24th July 2014
Thursday 11:18 pm
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>>3173
KAEC

Kill all etonian cunts.
>> No. 3176 Anonymous
24th July 2014
Thursday 11:20 pm
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>>3175
That's a pleonasm m8.
>> No. 3177 Anonymous
24th July 2014
Thursday 11:23 pm
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>>3174

Hold onto your eye balls, peasant! The Giant Water Cannon is in town (at least that's what the ladies call it, harharhar)
>> No. 3178 Anonymous
25th July 2014
Friday 6:19 am
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>>3157

>Also also, I'm curious as to what the Ed Winchester lad who posted earlier in the thread had to say about this video that was supposedly in the hands of the police?

What exactly would you like to know?
>> No. 3179 Anonymous
25th July 2014
Friday 10:10 am
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>>3178
Well have any journos seen this tape yet? Has it been verified to actually exist? and if it has how come we've seen/heard nothing about it? Why is it just being sat on?
etc

Also if you're the same Winchesterlad glad to hear you haven't been strung up under a bridge with bricks in your pockets or anything.
>> No. 3180 Anonymous
26th July 2014
Saturday 8:50 pm
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Lads, it's obvious there's a massive cover up going on here.

What can we do?

I mean this seriously.
>> No. 3181 Anonymous
26th July 2014
Saturday 8:52 pm
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>>3180
We can't do much. Just sit back and let them nonce away. Money talks, lad.
>> No. 3182 Anonymous
26th July 2014
Saturday 8:52 pm
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>>3181
I can't accept that.
>> No. 3183 Anonymous
27th July 2014
Sunday 6:38 am
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>>3179

Tape exists. No worries on that one. I hear differing reports as to what is on it though, and it is not very long. Let the CEOP boys deal with this one. No journo could see it without getting done for child porn in the UK, alas. If you've "seen/heard nothing about it" I would suggest you read more news media. I am also pretty certain who is on the tape, due to stuff that has been swirling around for years at the Winchester.

Knowing a few of the CEOP lads I can assure you that it is not being "sat on". They are serious fuckers.

>>3180

>Lads, it's obvious there's a massive cover up going on here.

I would suggest a massive cover up is falling to pieces, actually, but hey.
>> No. 3184 Anonymous
27th July 2014
Sunday 7:10 am
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>>3183
Go on then, give us a few names, lad.
>> No. 3185 Anonymous
27th July 2014
Sunday 7:27 am
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>>3184

His first name is Leon.
>> No. 3186 Anonymous
27th July 2014
Sunday 7:50 am
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>>3185
Does he kill people for a living?
>> No. 3187 Anonymous
27th July 2014
Sunday 9:39 am
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>>3183
> I would suggest a massive cover up is falling to pieces, actually, but hey.
I doubt it. They might throw out the odd scrap, but we know the really powerful people aren't being touched. I think Leon here is the exception that proves the rule - and that's if they even charge him with the pedo stuff, which isn't looking all that likely.
>> No. 3188 Anonymous
27th July 2014
Sunday 9:52 am
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>>3187

>which isn't looking all that likely.

Heh. Heh. Hehehehehe...oh how I wish I could tell you what is going on behind the scenes at the moment. Sorry for not providing info, and coming across like a cunt, but all I can say is that a certain Leon will be having some very sleepless nights.
>> No. 3189 Anonymous
27th July 2014
Sunday 10:10 am
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>>3188
Exception that proves the rule.

I sometimes wish I had some computer skills. If I did, I would probably make it a holy war of mine to infiltrate the emails and IT systems the government has to try and get to the bottom of this, but sadly I can't even install windows.
>> No. 3190 Anonymous
27th July 2014
Sunday 12:01 pm
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Oh, and by the way, to everyone who said this whole pedo thing wasn't being used to control politicians, have a butchers at this letter sent to our dear old PM by Mark Reckless.
>> No. 3191 Anonymous
27th July 2014
Sunday 12:04 pm
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>>3190
2/2
>> No. 3192 Anonymous
27th July 2014
Sunday 12:12 pm
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>>3191
What is this, a letter for ants or something?
>> No. 3193 Anonymous
27th July 2014
Sunday 12:13 pm
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>>3190
2/2
>> No. 3194 Anonymous
27th July 2014
Sunday 12:59 pm
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>>3188
>oh how I wish I could tell you what is going on behind the scenes at the moment
I'm assuming you can't tell us because you don't know, since if you did know you certainly could tell us, you cunt.
>> No. 3195 Anonymous
27th July 2014
Sunday 1:04 pm
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>>3193

Ouch, fuck me, that is how you do it.

>>3194

Mainly because you wouldn't believe me, and the only way I could get you to believe me would be to identify myself. I have chosen to avoid that.

Look m7, I hate the fucking pigs, but I have a certain respect for those involved in investigating this kind of shit - they tend to resign very publicly if they get fucked around by the top brass. Check www.nickdavies.net and filter for "child abuse" articles.
>> No. 3196 Anonymous
27th July 2014
Sunday 1:10 pm
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>>3192
Sorry, the original image was too big so I tried shrinking it. I thought it was fine but I obviously fucked it up. I'll go fix that now.
>> No. 3197 Anonymous
27th July 2014
Sunday 1:12 pm
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>>3196
>> No. 3198 Anonymous
27th July 2014
Sunday 1:18 pm
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>>3195
>You got me, actually I don't really know anything.
Thanks for confirming our suspicions.
>> No. 3199 Anonymous
27th July 2014
Sunday 1:23 pm
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>>3195

Does your bullshit get sold in metric or old money? It's just that I have a client who really wants to lie to some French people you see, and mixing the units is a bitch.
>> No. 3200 Anonymous
27th July 2014
Sunday 4:03 pm
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So are they waiting til the end of the Commonwealth games for the next round of revelations, or will this have to wait til after the referendum?
>> No. 3201 Anonymous
27th July 2014
Sunday 4:41 pm
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>>3200

I do hope so, but right now all the news' airtime is indeed being taken up by Games, Planes and Automobiles*.

*The Merkava tank is a kind of automobile.
>> No. 3202 Anonymous
28th July 2014
Monday 11:24 pm
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Holy shit lads, have a look at this. This article was originally published in 2010

http://www.rense.com/general89/brownpd.htm

Bit of a read, but very very worth it.

Cliff notes:

* Dunblane was a masonic plot to kill those kids as they were beginning to talk - the school is linked to people in power, and they'd been bumming the kids there. All files and findings from the inquiry on it got locked up for 100 years on some special order.

* Blair, Mandelson, Gordon Brown and a bunch of others were part of or complicit in the pedo ring, and the FBI managed to get enough of them on a sting (paying for cp with credit cards) to blackmail the UK government into supporting the Iraq war.

* MI5. FBI and a whole bunch of other shadowy figures are behind it all. And they are working for someone very different than the British public.

And a whole bunch of other shit. Seriously, read it.
>> No. 3203 Anonymous
29th July 2014
Tuesday 11:22 am
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The helpful tinfoil hat wearers over at /r/conspiracy have helpfully collated a list of all these stories in one place.

http://www.reddit.com/r/conspiracy/comments/2boqzq/the_breaking_uk_vip_paedophile_scandal_what_we/

http://www.reddit.com/r/conspiracy/comments/2by2aa/the_uk_breaking_pedophile_scandal_what_we_know_so/
>> No. 3204 Anonymous
29th July 2014
Tuesday 11:31 am
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It's a few days old but didn't see it posted here.

http://www.exaronews.com/articles/5330/audio-file-set-to-blow-lid-off-paedophile-scandal-at-westminster

>Audio file set to blow lid off paedophile scandal at Westminster: Customs officer recorded as he identifies ex-minister on seized video of child sex abuse

>At least two MPs have received an explosive audio recording that threatens to blow the lid off the paedophile scandal at Westminster.

>The digital recording is of an ex-Customs officer who positively identifies a former Conservative cabinet minister as being captured on a video of child sex abuse.

>In a potentially incendiary move, MPs are weighing whether to name the ex-minister who is captured on the video in Parliament.

>One MP told Exaro: “This could be a very important disclosure, and we need to address what we should do about it.”

>In March, Exaro revealed how Customs officials were trying to silence one ex-colleague, Maganlal Solanki, who seized the video at Dover’s Eastern Car Terminal in 1982.
>> No. 3205 Anonymous
29th July 2014
Tuesday 11:52 am
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>>3202
"Mike James, an English patriot, is a blacklisted and surveilled former freelance journalist resident in Zionist-occupied Germany since 1992 with additional long-haul stays in East Africa, Poland and Switzerland. He advocates a Leaderless Resistance to destroy the Soviet European Union and is actively working towards a free and independent England."
Clearly anyone who describes himself this way is a model of rationality and objectitivity.
>> No. 3206 Anonymous
29th July 2014
Tuesday 12:29 pm
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>>3205
Nevertheless, he raises some interesting points.

Why are the files related to Dunblane to be kept locked up for 100 years? The only time stuff normally gets that treatment is when it involves spies or national security. What could a bunch of kids being murdered by a freemason have to do with either of those I wonder.
>> No. 3207 Anonymous
29th July 2014
Tuesday 2:02 pm
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>>3203
Wow. That is an unbelievable (well, sadly not) trove of information.

This made particularly interested reading.

http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/sociopolitica/esp_sociopol_mindcon03.htm

Turns out the bloke who gave the speech was prosecuted for misdiagnosing patients by the American government a few years later, related to this. Also if you google him now, there's medical staff review site with only one review of him, where he's given 1 star out of 5 in all areas. Nothing suspect there.
>> No. 3208 Anonymous
29th July 2014
Tuesday 3:31 pm
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>>3207
In fairness, he does make some extraordinary claims in that speech, and if the allegations against him were true you'd expect his professional reputation to be in tatters afterwards. The fact that genuine paedophile rings of rich and powerful people exist and have done so in the past doesn't automatically mean that the widely-discredited reports of satanic ritual abuse in the 80s are suddenly true...
>> No. 3209 Anonymous
29th July 2014
Tuesday 4:04 pm
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>>3207
Hang on, are you sure he was prosecuted? I've done some further reading, and while it seems that several doctors at a hospital that was hugely influenced by the speech (http://mentalhealth.about.com/library/weekly/aa111097.htm), but D.C. Hammond himself seems to have just stopped talking about the issue (for whatever reason...) and gone back to research and practicing hypnotic shrinkage (http://therapists.psychologytoday.com/rms/name/D.+Corydon_Hammond_PhD,ECNS,BCN,QEEG-D_Salt+Lake+City_Utah_47737 and http://healthcare.utah.edu/fad/mddetail.php?physicianID=u0032313#tab1).
>> No. 3210 Anonymous
29th July 2014
Tuesday 4:35 pm
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>>3208
Some of the Saville allegations include satanic ritual. Chanting and ceremonies etc.

It's really not that far a leap to imagine that people who enjoy raping and killing children are satanists.
>> No. 3211 Anonymous
29th July 2014
Tuesday 4:52 pm
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>>3210
Hang on there a second. Rings of nonces obviously rape children, but when did the fact that they kill them also become an established fact? This thread has mostly been about possible paedophile rings within the U.K. 'Establishment', and suddenly that seems to have been conflated with older SRA-type stuff, which seems like a distraction to me - the SRA and false memory stuff is undoubtedly fascinating stuff, and worthy of a thread in its own right, but it's much more tenuous and implausible than what seems to be the unarguable fact that real rings of powerful people committed horrific abuse and covered it up. I've not spent much time talking to paedophiles, but I'd assume that most of them abuse kids for the sake of abusing kids, and not because they're part of some satanic cult. Aside from the fact that many of these claims are demonstrably false (I've just finished reading more on the psychiatric unit that was closed down mentioned in >>3209 and this article makes it clear how easily false memories can be created http://www.houstonpress.com/1995-07-06/news/diagnosis/full/) there's also the faint whiff of it somehow exusing or mitigating the actions of the abusers - 'the devil made me do it', 'the cult would have killed me if I refused' etc.
>> No. 3212 Anonymous
29th July 2014
Tuesday 4:58 pm
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>>3211
To clarify, I'm not saying all memories of ritual abuse are false - some are undoubtedly real, because some people will always dress their perversions up in fancy clothes, and transgressive sex and the occult do have an undeniable link for those on the left hand path - but the overwhelming majority of such claims (when they were at their peak in the eighties and nineties, at least) were false memories created by generally well-meaning but misguided people, or possibly some form of protective distortion or mixture of real and imagined stuff that was taken at face value by therapists too eager to believe. http://mentalhealth.about.com/cs/dissociative/a/dabaterec.htm gives a reasonably balanced view of things, I think.

TL;DR I have no doubt horrible things have happened to ARE EM, but I still think she's a paranoid schizophrenic rather than a reliable witness.
>> No. 3213 Anonymous
29th July 2014
Tuesday 5:00 pm
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>>3211
Ah, the old false memory smear.

Did you read the article in question? Without prompting, many many other professionals said they had patients reporting the same stuff he talked about.

You do realise why it's called the Greenbaum speech.
>> No. 3214 Anonymous
29th July 2014
Tuesday 5:02 pm
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Yes, it's perfectly reasonable that all those children that were killed at Dunblane should get no justice, and the files related to it should be locked for 100 years.
>> No. 3215 Anonymous
29th July 2014
Tuesday 5:31 pm
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>>3214
Apologies, I was probably being too broad in my comments. I'm not saying there isn't something very smelly indeed about Dunblane, and although I don't personally believe the funny handshake brigade to be quite the clandestine force for evil some people claim they are by their own admission a fraternal order that tends to have members amongst the levels of society we're talking about, and they do like to do each other favours and dress up in funny regalia so all sorts of things are at least possible. Freemason, to me at least, does not automatically equate to satanist.

>>3213

Again, I was probably talking too broadly and reacting too quickly. The Greenbaum speech makes extraordinary claims, as I said, and although I'm inclined to be sceptical I certainly don't dismiss it out of hand - my comments about Greenbaum in >>3208 were based on the false impression that he was directly involved in the Spring Shadows Glen scandal. As I tried to imply with my ellipsis in >>3209 it's at the very least interesting that someone who made such extraordinary claims should go quiet about them, and given the provable US experiments with mind control in things like MKULTRA it's not impossible that his claims are true or at least based on truth. Again, it's interesting, but without accepting the idea of an international mind-control element to the U.K. paedophile ring(s) (which I don't without some compelling evidence, and I'm not sure anyone has claimed anyway) I'm not sure what it's got to do with this thread.
>> No. 3216 Anonymous
29th July 2014
Tuesday 5:44 pm
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>>3215
It may also be worth pointing out that while the various agencies responsible for child protection were investigating some of the SRA claims that were subsequently proven false (Cleveland and Orkney leap to mind) they weren't investigating the various establishment figures it's now being shown were systematically abusing kids (quite frequently particularly vulnerable and damaged kids at that).

Oh, and Dunblane may stink, but so does the transparent agenda of Mike James. I suppose it's possible his accusations have some truth to them, but I'd need to see some evidence from a source less obviously biased and agenda-driven.
>> No. 3217 Anonymous
29th July 2014
Tuesday 6:10 pm
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>>3215
> it's at the very least interesting that someone who made such extraordinary claims should go quiet about them
Gee, I wonder why that might be?
>> No. 3218 Anonymous
29th July 2014
Tuesday 6:20 pm
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>>3216
> transparent agenda of Mike James
What agenda are you speaking of?

Not being snarky, genuinely asking.
>> No. 3219 Anonymous
29th July 2014
Tuesday 6:31 pm
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>>3218
He's clearly virulent anti-Blair/New Labour, which is fair enough I suppose but should still be taken into consideration. More concerning for me is the hysterical, unpleasant tone and subtext - there's some conflation of homosexuality and paedophilia going on, for a start, and there's and implicit disapproval of homsexuality as well... It reads like the kind of thing the Mail or the Express would publich if they had no fear of legal consequences, basically. Anyone who describes Peter Mandelson as a 'flamboyant homosexual' is either deluded or pushing some kind of moral agenda that simply disapproves of homosexuals in general. Mandelson's a shit, but he was outed by someone against his wishes, and the extent of his flamboyance that I can see is that he neither denies being gay not makes any attempt to hide it any more. He's about as un-scene, un-camp, and generally un-flamboyant about his sexuality as it's possible to be.
>> No. 3220 Anonymous
29th July 2014
Tuesday 6:46 pm
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>>3218
Compare it with this article, for example http://www.nickdavies.net/1998/04/01/the-sheer-scale-of-child-sexual-abuse-in-britain/ - admittedly Nick Davies was writing about people several rungs further down the establishment ladder, so the claims are inherently less sensational, but the tone is much more measured. Though he's clearly outraged by what he's writing about, and the abuse itself is equally shocking and horrific (up to and including murder), he still writes like a journalist.
>> No. 3221 Anonymous
29th July 2014
Tuesday 7:02 pm
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>>3220

Our Nick, as we refer to him, gets a free tab at the Winchester.
>> No. 3222 Anonymous
29th July 2014
Tuesday 7:12 pm
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>>3221
Glad to hear it. Should that tab ever need clearing do let us know so we can have a whip-round - I can't be the only one who'd like to buy him a beer or several.
>> No. 3223 Anonymous
29th July 2014
Tuesday 7:13 pm
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>>3219
>He's clearly virulent anti-Blair/New Labour
He also mentions "powerful peers" who were conservatives who put the squeeze on to keep silent.

I didn't really get any sense of a political bias in there to be honest. I think it's just that the times he was investigating involved a Labour government being in power.
>> No. 3224 Anonymous
29th July 2014
Tuesday 7:29 pm
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>>3223
Fair enough, we're allowed to disgree.

>>3210

At risk of hammering the point home, the Nick Davies binge this thread has triggered has found this article from the nineties that shows how a conspiracy and cover up can happen without any hint of satanism, murder, or whatever else: http://www.nickdavies.net/1998/04/01/silencing-a-scandal-the-story-of-colin-smart/
>> No. 3225 Anonymous
29th July 2014
Tuesday 8:07 pm
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>>3224

All of Our Nick's articles under the "child abuse' filter on his site are really worth a read.
>> No. 3226 Anonymous
29th July 2014
Tuesday 8:13 pm
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>>3225
Yep, those are the ones I'm currently wading through and being horrified by.
>> No. 3227 Anonymous
1st August 2014
Friday 11:47 am
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BBC are getting on board.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-suffolk-28228902

1 August 2014 Last updated at 02:56

>A survivor's story: Trapped in a subculture of child abuse
>By Laurence Cawley BBC News

Sample:

>"I was trafficked to Wrexham, Cornwall, Plymouth and London and forced to perform sex acts on men there."

>The person making the claim - we will call him Michael - was at the time a young teenager in the care of Suffolk County Council.

>Now in his late 30s, and still living in Suffolk, Michael's is a case which demonstrates the great difficulty survivors face in trying to get their voices heard.

>He told the authorities about the abuse 20 years ago. He claims nothing was done. He raised them again with both Suffolk Police and the county council again last year.

>Michael claims again, nothing has been done. Worse still, he maintains the authorities have actively worked to discredit him in order to ignore his claims.

>His allegations against the police and the county council have been put in detail to both organisations by the BBC. Suffolk Police said it would not comment on individual cases and the council said an investigation was under way.

>His account of abuse spans several years at different locations. On the surface these episodes of abuse might appear unrelated, but Michael believes they were connected in that an abuser who knew an abuser knew an abuser. And he was effectively passed along that chain.

>"It wasn't quite a paedophile ring," says Michael. "More an affiliation of abusers who all knew each other."

>The physical and sexual abuse, Michael says, began at the hands of his sister when he was aged between three and four and continued later when a boyfriend of his mother allegedly seriously sexually assaulted him.

>He was taken into local authority care aged 13 to be housed at a now-closed adolescent unit in Suffolk where, after refusing to perform a sex act on a visitor, he was locked in a cupboard for 32 hours. On finally being released, he was sexually assaulted.
>> No. 3228 Anonymous
1st August 2014
Friday 11:51 am
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>>3227
Fuck me, they're covering Kincora too.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-28597343

>Kincora abuse investigation stopped by MI5 says ex-army officer
1 August 2014 Last updated at 06:31

Sample:

>A former army intelligence officer has said he was ordered to stop investigating allegations of child sexual abuse at a boys' home in the 1970s.

>Brian Gemmell said a senior MI5 officer told him to stop looking into claims of abuse at Kincora Boys' Home in east Belfast.

>He said he presented a report on the allegations to the officer in 1975.

>In 1981, three senior care staff at the home were jailed for abusing 11 boys.

>It has been claimed that people of the "highest profile" were connected to abuse at the home.

>Mr Gemmell, who worked as an intelligence officer in Northern Ireland in the 1970s, has called for a fresh investigation into the home.

>He has previously spoken anonymously about his investigations into Kincora, but said he had decided to go public because he feels the allegations need to be investigated again.

>The former intelligence officer said that he learned details of what was happening inside the home while gathering information about loyalists.

>He said he was told he was running two agents who had close links to Kincora.
>> No. 3229 Anonymous
3rd August 2014
Sunday 9:52 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5LItAcLMRdA
>> No. 3230 Anonymous
4th August 2014
Monday 6:01 pm
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>>3229
Just started watching this, and I really hope it gets better - exsepted is not an acceptable typo in a film that wants to be taken seriously, and right now it's expecting me to read two seperate sets of text accusations whilst a vistim is also telling me stuff. My brain, like most people's, has trouble absorbing three things at once, and it already feels like I'm going to have to use freeze frame a huge amount to take everything in. Before you complain that these are petty quibbles, I don't think you are - if people can't understand what you're saying then it doesn't matter how shocking the material is, it gets you nowhere.
>> No. 3231 Anonymous
4th August 2014
Monday 7:07 pm
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>>3229
>>3230 here. Notes made whilst watching the film and finished immediately afterwards:

There's some interesting material, but it's very hard to watch because it's so badly put together. It's also so manipulative that I ended up feeling sorry for the people they were accusing - Harman's Newsnight footage leaps to mind, where they cut almost all her answers and left a stream of accusations - which is clearly not the desired effect. It didn't actually change my mind on anything, because like most of us in this thread I've been reading around the subject for a while now, but if I'd known nothing about the case except what I'd seen in mainstream souces in the past few months then I'd have ended up less convinced there were networks and cover ups than if I'd never seen it.

Actually there's some extremely powerful material in here that I hadn't seen before, and the cumulative effect of it is undeniable - a very strong circumstantial case is indeed being presented - but it's still very badly put together and too much to take in at one viewing (the triple-stream of information thing keeps happening, and in trying to read the scrolling subtitles I miss the details of what's going on in the main frame and the voiceover, and that's ignoring how frequently one of those three elements is so clumsily done it's distracting or unreadable). If only the same material had been given to a better film-maker.

Jesus christ. The string music over the German lady's account of her abuse is so loud that I'm struggling to hear what she's actually saying. What the fuck is wrong with this Burton twat? I have no idea if her accusations are true or not, but she clearly believes them and is clearly in pain and distressed by them, and he lacks the respect to let her fucking words be heard? The semi-literate blurb at the end shows how much of a self-regarding prick he is, but even so that's appalling hubris.
>> No. 3232 Anonymous
4th August 2014
Monday 10:48 pm
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>>3231

Its a shame that no actual journos are going anywhere near this story. The presentation quality of this content would be much improved.
>> No. 3233 Anonymous
5th August 2014
Tuesday 1:26 am
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>>3232
Yeah, I watched it with the mrs and she had me rewind it a bunch of times so she could read some parts she'd missed while listening to stuff.

It was obviously interesting enough for her to ask to do that though. Lots of good info in there.
>> No. 3241 Anonymous
5th August 2014
Tuesday 3:48 pm
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This seems well dodgy. False accusations against a child abuse witness, fuck all evidence, and still remanded...

http://wacedinburgh.wordpress.com/2014/07/31/abuse-witness-melanie-shaw-remanded-no-evidence-presented/

I imagine they were taking the piss when they sent her to a prison that is on Saville road.
>> No. 3242 Anonymous
5th August 2014
Tuesday 4:13 pm
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>>3241
>False accusations
U wot? Isn't that for the trial to decide?
>> No. 3243 Anonymous
5th August 2014
Tuesday 4:15 pm
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>>3232
Given that journos will happily cover a prominent local figure opening an envelope, that nobody's reporting it tends to suggest a non-story.
>> No. 3244 Anonymous
5th August 2014
Tuesday 4:19 pm
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>>3243

I do tend to agree with the general thrust of your post.
>> No. 3245 Anonymous
5th August 2014
Tuesday 4:21 pm
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>>3242
Did you read the article? There's zero evidence presented so far.

Also, have you learned nothing from this whole escapade? You strike me as really quite dim.

DERRRR THE PEOPLE IN POWER WILL MAKE SURE THE PEOPLE IN POWER ARE BROUGHT TO JUSTICE DERRRR

That's how I read your post.
>> No. 3246 Anonymous
5th August 2014
Tuesday 4:28 pm
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>>3245
>There's zero evidence presented so far
The CPS will have had to present evidence to lay the charge in the first place. At the pre-trial hearing you don't normally get much evidence presented. Also, you're assuming that the article is both true and written by someone competent.
>> No. 3249 Anonymous
5th August 2014
Tuesday 4:38 pm
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>>3246
Well I'll be keeping an eye on this case. Let's see how it pans out.
>> No. 3255 Anonymous
5th August 2014
Tuesday 5:49 pm
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>>3243

like when the beeb blocked the Savile documentary?
>> No. 3262 Anonymous
5th August 2014
Tuesday 6:44 pm
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>>3255
No. Had that been a non-story, there wouldn't have been a report to block.
>> No. 3264 Anonymous
5th August 2014
Tuesday 7:06 pm
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>>3180
>What can we do?

Short of marching en masse on Westminster, I think the only things we can do are keep ourselves informed and attempt to inform others.
And of course, to those with the skills and/or insider knowledge to hack or leak, you could be heros.
>> No. 3277 Anonymous
7th August 2014
Thursday 1:13 am
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>>3180

talk to people. Make them feel uncomfortable. Half of the reason these fuckers are allowed to operate is that 90% of people don't even really want to accept that this kind of abuse occurs.

These fuckers operate in the shadows and it is your duty to bring them to light.
>> No. 3283 Anonymous
12th August 2014
Tuesday 3:58 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-JKtHcM05Dk

It's all gone a bit quiet innit lads?
>> No. 3284 Anonymous
12th August 2014
Tuesday 5:00 pm
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>>3283
Certainly has. I can't find fuck all that's been published that is relevant this week. Looks like a media blackout.

I bet they will drag the inquest out for two years, then sideline the story to page 7 on every paper, by special order.

I've not forgotten about this though. I don't intend to either.
>> No. 3285 Anonymous
12th August 2014
Tuesday 6:05 pm
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>>3284
>I can't find fuck all that's been published that is relevant this week
Because everything happens all the time.
>> No. 3286 Anonymous
12th August 2014
Tuesday 7:07 pm
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>>3285
This is quite a big thing. It shouldn't stop happening until everyone is brought to account.
>> No. 3287 Anonymous
12th August 2014
Tuesday 10:29 pm
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>>3286
What a silly thing to say. We heard nothing on the Pistorius trial for a few weeks because there simply weren't any new developments to report.
>> No. 3288 Anonymous
13th August 2014
Wednesday 1:04 am
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>>3287
The Pistorius trial is nothing compared to this. To be honest I'm surprised bonfires haven't been built for the guilty yet.
>> No. 3289 Anonymous
13th August 2014
Wednesday 1:25 am
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Is it just me or is one bloke continuously coming back here and posting about how awful it all is and we should hang everyone from the 80s just in case?
>> No. 3290 Anonymous
13th August 2014
Wednesday 2:07 am
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>>3289
You've summed up the entire site in one sentence. Busted.
>> No. 3291 Anonymous
13th August 2014
Wednesday 2:09 am
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Let me just put on record once more how awful it was that Noel Edmonds was able to get away with those despicable things for all those years.

That should do it, right?
>> No. 3292 Anonymous
13th August 2014
Wednesday 4:11 am
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>>3291
Afraid not. No entertainer with an actual career is allowed to be brought to light.
>> No. 3293 Anonymous
13th August 2014
Wednesday 7:38 am
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>>3289

Perhaps. However, everyone I've spoken to about has confirmed that the eighties were shite so maybe that's not such a drastic measure after all?
>> No. 3298 Anonymous
18th August 2014
Monday 3:32 pm
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Former equerry to Prince Philip arrested for historic noncing:

http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2014/aug/18/sexual-abuse-charges-prince-philip-equerry
>> No. 3299 Anonymous
18th August 2014
Monday 4:10 pm
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>>3293
To be honest it's a shame we didn't get nuked. Would have done wonders for the countryside.
>> No. 3300 Anonymous
20th August 2014
Wednesday 11:36 am
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/blogs-the-papers-28861998

Oddly enough the article has no mention of either of them. I smell an edit war.
>> No. 3301 Anonymous
20th August 2014
Wednesday 7:22 pm
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>>3300
Every time I visit the BBC website, they're using quotation marks more and more often. Especially in the headlines.
>> No. 3302 Anonymous
20th August 2014
Wednesday 9:25 pm
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>>3300
Please explain what is going on here boo-lad
>> No. 3303 Anonymous
20th August 2014
Wednesday 10:53 pm
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>>3301

This is 'true' - today is the first time I recall reading about someone being beheaded in inverted commas. Horrific grammar indeed.

>>3302

I suspect this part of the fall-out from the dawn raid on Maison Richard, and the advance warning given to the beeb. It seems likely that some elements within the police care more about the privacy of this particular national treasure than others.

The "Most Read / Shared" panel on the BBC News website has become a source of entertainment in itself. Wait until the next establishment perv is unmasked; once they've decided they can print what the rest of the internet already knows, it'll appear at 10 below an article about potato blight and a weather report from 1997.
>> No. 3306 Anonymous
21st August 2014
Thursday 12:06 am
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>>3303

being beheaded in inverted commas sounds like the worst way to do it for sure.

(A good day to you Sir!)
>> No. 3309 Anonymous
24th August 2014
Sunday 2:09 am
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Not only was Savile a nonce and a necro, but he was in fact also a wizard.
>> No. 3310 Anonymous
24th August 2014
Sunday 2:20 am
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>>3309

It's all true.
>> No. 3311 Anonymous
25th August 2014
Monday 6:37 pm
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If one had a personal army, one could attempt to get 'the young ones' into the top 40 more successfully by way of riposte. But one wouldn't suggest such a thing lest one raised the ire of our most magnanimous mods.
>> No. 3312 Anonymous
25th August 2014
Monday 6:41 pm
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>>3311
That seems a little out of the realms of possibility for a chan of this size.
>> No. 3313 Anonymous
25th August 2014
Monday 6:51 pm
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>>3312

I started a thread on /b/ on the otherchan which is curiously quiet.
>> No. 3314 Anonymous
25th August 2014
Monday 6:54 pm
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Is crosschan linking verboten?
>> No. 3315 Anonymous
25th August 2014
Monday 6:59 pm
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>>3314

And now it's 404'd with no replies.
>> No. 3316 Anonymous
25th August 2014
Monday 8:23 pm
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>>3309
>Was Jimmy Savile a wizard?
No, he definitely lost it before 30.
>> No. 3328 Anonymous
4th September 2014
Thursday 9:09 pm
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I bet he nonced that lemon.
>> No. 3329 Anonymous
5th September 2014
Friday 2:02 pm
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-29076504

>Lord Mayor Fiona Woolf to lead child abuse inquiry

Lord Mayor of London Fiona Woolf has replaced Lady Butler-Sloss as head of the UK government inquiry into historical child abuse.

Ms Woolf is a City lawyer and former president of the Law Society.

Ms Woolf, 66, is an expert in energy markets and has advised many governments and the World Bank on privatisation and energy reforms.

As the Lord Mayor of London, she acts as ambassador for the City of London and Britain's financial services industry around the world.

She will be assisted as head of the inquiry by Graham Wilmer, a child sexual abuse victim and founder of the Lantern Project, which helps victims of sex abuse, and Barbara Hearn, former deputy chief executive of the National Children's Bureau.

And now some unrelated news...


http://www.exaronews.com/articles/5348/scotland-yard-delays-200-charges-over-claims-of-child-sex-abuse

>Met is worried about ‘media frenzy’ over paedophile network at Westminster, claims MP

Police have delayed seeking to press nearly 200 charges as part of their investigation into a paedophile network linked to politicians...

...the Metropolitan Police Service’s paedophile unit has delayed putting through to the CPS evidence that might lead to up to 180 charges that relate to around 80 alleged victims of child sex abuse.

One MP said: “This looks like it has been done for presentational reasons, with police wanting to show that they are serious, but are holding back charges so as not to fuel the current media frenzy about child sex abuse.”

A second source, also speaking on condition of anonymity, said simply: “I am concerned.” He fears that the police will decide against pressing the further charges altogether.

A third source, a former detective with expertise in child protection, also said that media strategy was driving specific charging decisions by the Met in the highly-sensitive investigation.

The huge number of likely charges also shows how stretched the small number of detectives in the Met’s paedophile unit are as they investigate a wide range of historical allegations.
>> No. 3330 Anonymous
7th September 2014
Sunday 8:30 pm
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>>3329

Fuck me, this post seems to have set off one of the biggest slides I've ever seen on Britfa.gs. Sorry about that. Now if GCHQlad would ease off the shit posting, I'll happily agree to wait till after the Scottish referendum before commencing my tinfoilery.
>> No. 3331 Anonymous
8th September 2014
Monday 6:11 am
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>>3329
>One MP said: “This looks like it has been done for presentational reasons, with police wanting to show that they are serious, but are holding back charges so as not to fuel the current media frenzy about child sex abuse.”

>A second source, also speaking on condition of anonymity, said simply: “I am concerned.” He fears that the police will decide against pressing the further charges altogether.

>A third source, a former detective with expertise in child protection, also said that media strategy was driving specific charging decisions by the Met in the highly-sensitive investigation.

That is entirely fucked up. So they don't actually give a shit about the alleged abuse of children by the people meant to serve us. What a bunch of infected weeping pus filled wounds. The fact that the "media frenzy" is effecting charging decisions is absolutely fucked. These people honestly don't give a shit do they. Basically "fuck you proles we are too big and too important to be actually charged with crimes".

Cunts cunts cunts.

Also that new appointee sounds about as "Establishment" as it's possible to get.
>> No. 3332 Anonymous
8th September 2014
Monday 8:57 am
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>>3330

I wonder how much new content this thread is generating for the site?

>>3331

It's become fairly clear that the enquiry will be blocked, minimised and contained at every available opportunity. The complicity of the government and police in these crimes is unlikely to be forgotten by the British public regardless of how much it is kept out of the mainstream media.

Fear not, sooner or later at least one major figure will break ranks over the issue in an attempt to save their careers (Gerald Kaufman was a bit of a surprise, I must say). Then things could get really interesting, in the Chinese sense of the word.
>> No. 3333 Anonymous
8th September 2014
Monday 7:22 pm
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>>3331
>The fact that the "media frenzy" is effecting charging decisions is absolutely fucked.
Nice try, GCHQlad. You just want them to be charged now so they can plead "fair trial impossible" and get off, don't you?
>> No. 3334 Anonymous
8th September 2014
Monday 7:34 pm
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>>3333
I just think the fact that there's supposedly a "media frenzy" at the moment is a bullshit justification for not charging people.

Also whatever happened to that tape that the Ed Winchester was on about earlier in the thread?
>> No. 3335 Anonymous
8th September 2014
Monday 7:55 pm
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>>3334
>Also whatever happened to that tape that the Ed Winchester was on about earlier in the thread?

This is a very good question.
>> No. 3336 Anonymous
8th September 2014
Monday 9:23 pm
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If I were a young up and coming politician after the referendum I would surely seize upon this opportunity to become a hero to the people by letting them know the truth. And if it acts to oust some of the dinosaurs from positions of power, well now that would just be too bad wouldn't it?
>> No. 3337 Anonymous
8th September 2014
Monday 10:05 pm
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>>3336

Yeah, well I suppose most young politicians aren't too keen on having GCHQlad send his MI5 mandem round for a chat, before dying in a tragic wanking accident.
>> No. 3338 Anonymous
8th September 2014
Monday 10:07 pm
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>>3337
It's surely how any young politician wants to go.
>> No. 3339 Anonymous
8th September 2014
Monday 11:21 pm
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>>3337

How many wanking accidents can there be though before people start wising up?

Can we expect to see a 'circle jerk suicide pact' in the coming months?
>> No. 3340 Anonymous
8th September 2014
Monday 11:23 pm
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>>3337

At least some of the GCHQlads must see the turning of the tide and want to capitalize on the situation surely?

Plus the intellilads know how to get information out in the most discreet of ways. It's part of the job.
>> No. 3341 Anonymous
8th September 2014
Monday 11:23 pm
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>>3339
>How many wanking accidents can there be though before people start wising up?
Remember we're talking about a lot of wankers here.
>> No. 3342 Anonymous
8th September 2014
Monday 11:34 pm
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>>3340

An English Snowdon would be really marvelous.

>>3339

>Can we expect to see a 'circle jerk suicide pact' in the coming months?

I didn't know there was a .gs meet up on the cards?
>> No. 3343 Anonymous
14th September 2014
Sunday 3:33 pm
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http://www.theguardian.com/society/video/2014/sep/12/samantha-morton-sexually-abused-child-care-homes-video-interview
>> No. 3344 Anonymous
14th September 2014
Sunday 3:39 pm
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>>3343
>samantha-morton-sexually-abused-child-care-homes

"Point to where she touched you on this doll-house"
>> No. 3345 Anonymous
16th September 2014
Tuesday 11:05 pm
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2751961/Cliff-Richard-impersonator-axed-musical-police-raid-star-s-home-sex-abuse-allegations.html

How many more of the innocent will have to suffer before this insufferable situation is resolved?
>> No. 3369 Anonymous
23rd September 2014
Tuesday 7:24 am
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Any recent developments? I bet Mr Danczuk's wife is keeping him abreast of the situation.
>> No. 3383 Anonymous
23rd September 2014
Tuesday 6:56 pm
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>>3369

Yeah, I'd probably ditch my wife and kids for her too.
>> No. 3412 Anonymous
21st October 2014
Tuesday 2:21 pm
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>Lawyer Fiona Woolf disclosed she had dined with former home secretary Lord Brittan and his family five times.

>In addition, she said she she had a coffee with Lady Brittan on a "small number of occasions" and both women were judges for the Dragon Awards, a City of London Corporation which celebrates community engagement programmes.

>She added: "If I had any doubt about this I would not have accepted this appointment."

>But the BBC's home affairs correspondent Tom Symonds said survivors of child abuse were increasingly concerned about her apparent links to Lord Brittan.

>Labour MP Simon Danczuk, who campaigned for the inquiry, told the BBC he thought Mrs Woolf should resign.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-29703282

https://childsexualabuseinquiry.independent.gov.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/Letter-to-the-Home-Secretary.pdf
>> No. 3413 Anonymous
21st October 2014
Tuesday 2:41 pm
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>>3412

How do you appoint someone with the necessary credentials who isn't connected to the establishment?
>> No. 3414 Anonymous
21st October 2014
Tuesday 3:00 pm
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>>3413

I'm not sure on the requisite skills needed to oversee such a task but in a country of 64 million people I'm sure there must be someone who hasn't had diner with a person suspected of being complicit in the original cover-up.

(A good day to you Sir!)
>> No. 3415 Anonymous
26th October 2014
Sunday 9:51 pm
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>Bizarre bid to gag MoS... by 'Home Office': Newspaper warned it would be reported to new press complaints watchdog for trying to uncover truth about Fiona Woolf's appointment to child abuse inquiry

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2808000/Bizarre-bid-gag-MoS-Home-Office-Newspaper-warned-reported-new-press-complaints-watchdog-trying-uncover-truth-Fiona-Woolf-s-appointment-child-abuse-inquiry.html

>So was this ANOTHER party with Leon Brittan you forgot, Mrs Woolf?: Pressure grows on beleaguered sex abuse inquiry chief to resign... as MoS uncovers new link to ex-minister who 'lost' vital evidence

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2807976/Pressure-grows-beleaguered-sex-abuse-enquiry-chief-Fiona-Woolf-resign.html

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-2808068/THE-MAIL-SUNDAY-COMMENT-Woolf-quit-sake-victims.html

They're good 'uns when they want to be, like with Stephen Lawrence.
>> No. 3416 Anonymous
27th October 2014
Monday 1:59 am
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>>3415

The DM is a paper with many (many, many...) faults, but being too 'establishment' is certainly not one of them. A marked contrast to a person involved with a tabloid newspaper (I forget which) who appeared on Question Time when this scandal was originally unfolding, who suggested that an inquiry into historical sex abuse in the upper echelons of society would be a pointless 'waste of public time and money' and that the resources would be better spent on [whatever else was in the news at the time]. One thing I do remember about the newspaper in question, was that it was one of the ones that had put a great deal of energy into paedogeddon-style hysteria (Chris Jeffries, paediatricians being attacked, etc.). So to hear them balking at the idea that the spotlight be turned away from the usual working-class targets and onto the moneyed elite was completely outrageous, not to mention a little suspicious. Let's not forget that we've already seen evidence of systemic abuse and coverup at similar institutions such as the Vatican and the BBC.
>> No. 3417 Anonymous
28th October 2014
Tuesday 10:34 am
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On unrelated news:

>Jill Dando
>Kristian Digby
>Natasha Collins
>Mark Speight
>Kevin Greening
>Paula Yates
>Rik Mayall
>Peaches Geldof
>Mike Smith

/boo!
>> No. 3418 Anonymous
28th October 2014
Tuesday 4:24 pm
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>>3417

Care to explain?
>> No. 3419 Anonymous
29th October 2014
Wednesday 9:58 pm
3419 Labour MP links Leon Brittan to 80s child abuse claims
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>A Labour MP has used parliamentary privilege to accuse former Home Secretary Leon Brittan of ‘improper conduct with children’

>The remarks from Jim Hood, who said there were ‘reports about child abuse being linked with’ the Conservative politician, were criticised as ‘disgusting’ by business minister Matthew Hancock.

Tea. Spilt. Everywhere.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2811776/Labour-MP-links-Leon-Brittan-80s-child-abuse-claims-Amid-row-historic-sex-crimes-inquiry-former-Home-Secretary-named-Commons.html
>> No. 3420 Anonymous
29th October 2014
Wednesday 10:00 pm
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>>3418

They're dead m79.
>> No. 3421 Anonymous
29th October 2014
Wednesday 10:46 pm
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>>3419

>MPs comments are protected from slander and contempt of court laws

I really should think about becoming an MP.

Anyway, I'm of the opinion that inaction over the currently unfolding scandal taking place in several Northern cities is not because of some "PC conspiracy", as some believe. Rather a fear of the outrage at just how blissfully ignorant, and indeed entirely complicit, some of the political leadership of the nation have been on this issue. I think they've chosen to do little about these local scandals in order to avoid a revelation, regarding the extent of these nationally endorsed crimes.

I'unno, man, shit's really not dank, yo. I'm not one for conspiracies, but something's majorly up.

EDIT (See "afterthought"): Also it's all symptomatic of the deep rooted misogyny within our society right now.
>> No. 3422 Anonymous
30th October 2014
Thursday 10:26 am
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>>3421
> the currently unfolding scandal taking place in several Northern cities is not because of some "PC conspiracy",
Er, there was all that stuff about people reporting it being ostracised and forced to go on diversity training. Also them being told to drop it, couldn't mention race etc.

Anyway, Leon Brittan is a definite wrong'un. When will the crowd see his blood?
>> No. 3423 Anonymous
30th October 2014
Thursday 1:11 pm
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>>3421
>inaction over the currently unfolding scandal taking place in several Northern cities is not because of some "PC conspiracy"
No more than the Scottish referendum result was a result of some "Mac conspiracy"

Sorry, lads. I couldn't resist.
>> No. 3424 Anonymous
31st October 2014
Friday 5:03 pm
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Fiona Woolf has stepped down.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-29855265
>> No. 3425 Anonymous
31st October 2014
Friday 7:13 pm
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>>3424
I think we've found the real conspiracy. A chair is appointed, and the lawyers trawl through their history to find a time when they once looked in a suspect's general direction, and campaign to have them removed, all the while running up ever more fees for themselves. Lather, rinse, repeat. Fucking parasites. All that ends up happening is the process gets delayed, and, as any fule no, justice delayed is justice denied.
>> No. 3426 Anonymous
31st October 2014
Friday 8:50 pm
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>>3425

Oh GCHQ lad, I will never tire of your witty banter.
>> No. 3427 Anonymous
31st October 2014
Friday 10:48 pm
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>>3426
Nice try GCHQlad, but you're not fooling anyone.
>> No. 3428 Anonymous
31st October 2014
Friday 10:53 pm
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>>3425

I'd agree, in part, if the same people calling for her dismissal weren't also the victims in question.
>> No. 3429 Anonymous
31st October 2014
Friday 11:05 pm
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>>3428
How exactly do you think those victims found out?
>> No. 3430 Anonymous
31st October 2014
Friday 11:14 pm
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>>3429

They found out because the integrity of the investigation is of utmost importance so people are shining a light on it. So what you are saying here? Is it the investigation would have been entirely impartial and they needn't have worried their pretty little heads?

Be serious.
>> No. 3431 Anonymous
31st October 2014
Friday 11:18 pm
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>>3430
>Is it the investigation would have been entirely impartial and they needn't have worried their pretty little heads?
Well, yes, obviously. But then I did once live within a mile of a district judge, so I guess that sort of thing might present a conflict of interest if these people's lawyers are to be believed.
>> No. 3432 Anonymous
31st October 2014
Friday 11:42 pm
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>>3431

That's facetious at best, you're grossly and willfully misrepresenting the very real implications a conflict of interest can cause by implying this is a petty grievance. It isn't petty and you know it, this shit has been covered up successfully in the past.

Have a word with yourself.
>> No. 3433 Anonymous
1st November 2014
Saturday 12:07 am
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>>3432
>That's facetious at best, you're grossly and willfully misrepresenting the very real implications a conflict of interest can cause by implying this is a petty grievance
It is a petty grievance. The extent of the so-called "conflict of interest" is that she once lived on the same street as Lord Brittan. I once lived on the same street as two of my teachers, but didn't prevent either of them from giving honest feedback come parents' evening.
>> No. 3434 Anonymous
1st November 2014
Saturday 2:21 am
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>>3433
They had half a dozen dinner parties together. She sat on a committee with his wife, and sponsered her for something or other. Her letter declaring this went through seven drafts with the help of Home Office officials before it was submitted to the, er, Home Secretary.
>> No. 3435 Anonymous
3rd November 2014
Monday 10:53 pm
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Plod investigating Dolphin Square. Interesting stuff. The video that journochap was on about earlier in the thread still doesn't seem to have materialised, odd that.
>> No. 3436 Anonymous
3rd November 2014
Monday 11:04 pm
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>>3435

I couldn't even read the article because the stream of nightmares occupying the side bar. It felt I'd dropped acid in the middle of an episode of Southcliffe.

No one remembers Southcliffe do they?
>> No. 3437 Anonymous
3rd November 2014
Monday 11:12 pm
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Also.

http://www.theguardian.com/society/2014/nov/02/theresa-may-child-abuse-report-inquiry-home-office

>Theresa May, the home secretary, has been accused of delaying the release of a completed report about the Home Office’s handling of child abuse allegations during the furore about who should chair the new official inquiry into what happened.



What an absolute shower of cunts our rulers are. Dirty fucking rotters.
>> No. 3438 Anonymous
9th November 2014
Sunday 7:08 pm
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This kinda means it's no longer boo?

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2827378/Ex-MI6-chief-Peter-Hayman-named-VIP-sexually-abused-boys-Dolphin-Square-apartment-complex-near-Parliament.html
>> No. 3439 Anonymous
9th November 2014
Sunday 10:10 pm
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>>3438
It will if we get a credible source.
>> No. 3441 Anonymous
9th November 2014
Sunday 10:20 pm
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>>3439
On what basis do you call into question Exaro's credibility? And how do you propose we provide a source more credible than the primary one? Or is the reality that you haven't clicked the link, don't know what it contains, aren't in a position to evaluate its credibility and you just wanted to draw attention to your masturbatory DM boycott? Again.
>> No. 3442 Anonymous
9th November 2014
Sunday 10:30 pm
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>>3441
>And how do you propose we provide a source more credible than the primary one?
Did you drop English and history in primary school or something?
>> No. 3444 Anonymous
9th November 2014
Sunday 10:57 pm
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>>3442
No, this is where you discover that I'm talking about a primary source.

http://www.exaronews.com/articles/5396/video-nick-tells-of-how-mps-liked-to-inflict-pain-during-abuse

Although whether the video contains the exact allegation we're now talking about I can't actually say because it appears you have to register for it to play.
>> No. 3445 Anonymous
10th November 2014
Monday 7:32 am
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>>3444
So it would appear that yes, you did drop English and history in primary school. Thanks for clearing that up, lad.
>> No. 3446 Anonymous
10th November 2014
Monday 9:40 am
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>>3444

Found this too:

http://www.exaronews.com/articles/5398/ex-mi6-chief-named-as-sexual-abuser-of-boys-at-dolphin-square
>> No. 3447 Anonymous
11th November 2014
Tuesday 12:16 pm
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It's alright lads, there wasn't a cover up after all

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-30002908
>> No. 3448 Anonymous
11th November 2014
Tuesday 8:05 pm
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>>3447
Oh right, that's fine then. Nothing to see here.
>> No. 3449 Anonymous
11th November 2014
Tuesday 10:11 pm
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>>3448
>But speaking to BBC Radio 4's PM, Peter Wanless said David Cameron was "wrong" to say his report proved there was no cover-up.

"He can only say that into the registered filing system of the Home Office," he said.

"I think it's really important that no-one regards our piece of work as the beginning and end of all this."
>> No. 3450 Anonymous
11th November 2014
Tuesday 10:14 pm
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>>3449
So, basically, paedocrabs again?
>> No. 3451 Anonymous
11th November 2014
Tuesday 10:49 pm
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>>3450
No, just the chap who headed the report saying it's not as definitive as Cameron et al are saying it is.
>> No. 3452 Anonymous
11th November 2014
Tuesday 11:00 pm
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>>3451
>Peter Wanless: "What we can conclude...is there wasn't a cover up which involved taking things out of the registered filing system of the Home Office"
Paedocrabs it is, then.
>> No. 3453 Anonymous
11th November 2014
Tuesday 11:33 pm
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>>3452
He was talking about how limited the ability of his enquiry to get definite answers was due to limited scope, missing records etc.
>> No. 3454 Anonymous
12th November 2014
Wednesday 12:50 pm
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>>3453

Wanless was allowed to give search terms for a civil servant to type into the computer system to match titles of records in the filing system. One thing that baffled me is that it was mentioned later in the debate that the whole system is entirely on paper. The love of my life, Theresa May (who at one point in the debate mentioned that a former colleague used to refer to her as mother Theresa) admitted that the filing system wasn't well organised.
>> No. 3455 Anonymous
12th November 2014
Wednesday 1:00 pm
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>>3451
The PM said anyone looking for a cover-up needs to look elsewhere. Presumably that just means they need to look somewhere other than the Home Office filling system.
>> No. 3456 Anonymous
12th November 2014
Wednesday 1:04 pm
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HEADS ON PIKES for fucks sake. Can't we all just march on number 10 and take justice? It's obvious it's not going to be given any other way.

Get rid of all the pedos, get rid of all the banker's cronies, get rid of all the fucking friends of Israel who steer our foreign policy into stupid bloody wars for oil and because they want to blow up eskimos.

HANG EVERY ONE OF THESE FUCKERS AAAAAAAAAARGH.
>> No. 3457 Anonymous
12th November 2014
Wednesday 3:28 pm
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>>3456

>get rid of all the fucking friends of Israel who steer our foreign policy into stupid bloody wars for oil and because they want to blow up eskimos.

Sounds like someone's been reading The Protocols of the Elders of Zion. Good read, was it?
>> No. 3458 Anonymous
12th November 2014
Wednesday 3:28 pm
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>>3454
Exactly. The report itself doesn't strike me as particularly dishonest, and nor do Wanless and Whittam, but the way it's being spun as definitive proof that nothing dodgy happened is ridiculous.
>> No. 3459 Anonymous
12th November 2014
Wednesday 3:32 pm
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>>3457
What were the wars for then?

People keep saying that Israel is our "greatest friend in the middle east".

Seems to me that before they existed, we had a lot less enemies there.

I wonder if you're simply blind, or you're actually being paid to post, like these guys.

http://www.youtube.com/v/LofScCiJT4c
>> No. 3460 Anonymous
12th November 2014
Wednesday 4:35 pm
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>>3459

You are terribly confused. Please learn some history and take it to another thread.
>> No. 3461 Anonymous
12th November 2014
Wednesday 4:51 pm
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>>3456
>>3457
>>3459
>>3460

Any chance of not derailing this thread? You can just start a new one you know.
>> No. 3462 Anonymous
12th November 2014
Wednesday 4:56 pm
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>>3460
Excellent rebuttal m8.

It's actually relevant in a convoluted way. There's been plenty of talk that these pedo/secret sexual activities are being ignored by "authorities" because it gives them leverage over the politicians.

There's been talk that Blair really didn't want the Iraq war at all, but he was blackmailed regarding his crossdressing/gay secrets. Might go some way towards explaining that whopper about the WMD's. Could be bollocks...but what is known is the pedo rings were set up with the help of the secret services, to trap politicians so they could blackmail them.

Either way - leaving aside the completely true fact that all those wars in the middle east are definitely in Israel's favour, someone should hang every one of these pedo cunts. They think they are invulnerable, and unless a baying mob turns up at Downing street, they probably will be.
>> No. 3463 Anonymous
12th November 2014
Wednesday 4:59 pm
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>>3461
To be fair, he was the one who got a chip on his shoulder at the mere mention of wars in the Middle East. It was only a passing mention, funny he picked up on that instead of being rightfully outraged at this cover up.

But yes, there is no point going down that particular avenue.
>> No. 3464 Anonymous
12th November 2014
Wednesday 5:12 pm
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>>3462

The war in Syria has brought trouble to the Golan. That's not in Israel's favour. Nor was the uprising in Egypt - Mubarak had a truce going on with Israel.

I'm sure all the secret services are playing a wonderful game, not just Mossad.
>> No. 3465 Anonymous
13th November 2014
Thursday 3:24 pm
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http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/scotland-yard-searching-bodleian-library-for-dickens-dossier-on-alleged-child-sex-abuse-9857200.html

I'm picturing a National Treasure/Da Vinci Code style showdown between are Danczuk and the forces of darkness.
>> No. 3466 Anonymous
14th November 2014
Friday 4:39 pm
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>Police are investigating "possible homicide" linked to what has been described as a paedophile ring involving powerful people in the 1970s and 1980s.

>The group is alleged to have included senior figures in public life, the military, politics and law enforcement.

>In a statement Scotland Yard said inquiries were at an early stage.

>A key witness who has spoken to police has told the BBC that he was abused for nine years as a boy.

>He has appealed for others who may have evidence to come forward.

>The Metropolitan Police said detectives were made aware of allegations regarding possible homicide during the last month.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-30052726
>> No. 3467 Anonymous
14th November 2014
Friday 5:47 pm
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>>3466
Has the use of homicide superseded using 'murder'? Or have we always referred to it in the British press as' homicide'?
>> No. 3468 Anonymous
14th November 2014
Friday 5:55 pm
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>>3467

I presume it's because it may or may not be manslaughter.
>> No. 3470 Anonymous
14th November 2014
Friday 6:00 pm
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>>3467
They're not synonymous. Murder is a type of homicide.
>> No. 3471 Anonymous
14th November 2014
Friday 6:06 pm
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>>3467

Homicide describes any form of unlawful killing, be it murder or manslaughter. Lets say some MP sodomises a child to death, has he committed murder or manslaughter? Until a criminal charge is brought against said MP by the police, it is best to hedge your bets and use the term homicide. God forbid you should accidentally accuse the MP of murdering a child with their penis when in fact he had no intent on killing the child but only raping them. Or something. I'm a bit thick so you might want to wait for Ed Winchester or GCHQlad to chip in.
>> No. 3472 Anonymous
16th November 2014
Sunday 10:55 am
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I saw someone on another forum decry all this as "bastard pervert tories", at which point someone posted a link to this site.

http://labour25.com/2014/08/27/carrying-the-can/

Granted, it's a website set up specifically to go after Labour MP's, but it at least helped the other commenter realise that this isn't an issue related to one party. They are all at it.
>> No. 3479 Anonymous
16th November 2014
Sunday 7:23 pm
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>>3468
I agree. Could be wrong though.
>> No. 3480 Anonymous
16th November 2014
Sunday 7:32 pm
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>>3472

Where did the image go?
>> No. 3481 Anonymous
16th November 2014
Sunday 7:34 pm
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>>3479
Yeah, it'll be a fancy way of saying a death that wasn't entirely natural.
>> No. 3483 Anonymous
16th November 2014
Sunday 7:56 pm
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>>3480
GCHQ asked that it was deleted.
>> No. 3488 Anonymous
16th November 2014
Sunday 9:51 pm
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>>3480
Some crap about the BBC and a jewish conspiracy, idk. Probably deleted for being shite.
>> No. 3499 Anonymous
17th November 2014
Monday 5:11 am
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When a wise man points at the moon, an imbecile looks at the finger.
>> No. 3500 Anonymous
17th November 2014
Monday 5:41 am
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>>3499

When a quote sounds snappy enough, it's validity is often overlooked in favour of sounding vaguely profound.

Case in point, no one will ever repeat that sentence.
>> No. 3501 Anonymous
17th November 2014
Monday 7:03 am
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>>3500
Not him, but it's a quote by Confucius, so it's been repeated a fair few times.
>> No. 3502 Anonymous
17th November 2014
Monday 7:14 am
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>>3501

Perhaps I should I have said "contextual validity". See, unlike Confucius I'm open to change.
>> No. 3504 Anonymous
17th November 2014
Monday 11:34 am
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>>3499
... and vice versa.
>> No. 3505 Anonymous
17th November 2014
Monday 11:49 am
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>>3500
>>3501
I don't often go in for the vernacular of the "yoof" demographic these days, but I believe the phrase "blown the fuck out" is applicable here.
>> No. 3506 Anonymous
17th November 2014
Monday 12:47 pm
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>>3505
Not on this site, it isn't. Ever.
>> No. 3514 Anonymous
17th November 2014
Monday 7:26 pm
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>>3505
I don't understand the comic. It's probably too complicated for me.
>> No. 3515 Anonymous
17th November 2014
Monday 7:45 pm
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>>3514
The interviewee establishes that he thinks other people's opinions are shit whilst his own are facts, and he is hired to work at 4chan.
>> No. 3521 Anonymous
18th November 2014
Tuesday 12:58 am
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>>3515
Ah, I was reading it in the wrong order.

-My opinions?
=Shit. Facts.
-Your opinions? WELCOME ABOARD!

I told you it was all too complicated for a simpleton like myself.
>> No. 3522 Anonymous
18th November 2014
Tuesday 2:01 am
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>>3515
That's exactly it. Similar to a notice on a another forum I occasionally frequent, pic related.
>> No. 3523 Anonymous
18th November 2014
Tuesday 11:03 am
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>>3505
I fucking love those macros for some reason.
>> No. 3543 Anonymous
23rd November 2014
Sunday 10:43 pm
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>Two retired detectives have reportedly backed claims that young boys were murdered by politicians at paedophile orgies.

>The two retired officers provided their information today to the Sunday People.

>According to the newspaper, the officers were part of the team which originally investigated the claims in the 1980s but it is thought they were told not to probe further.

>The revelation came as the Home Secretary Theresa May admitted the recent spate of child abuse allegations were only the 'tip of the iceberg'

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2845969/Former-Scotland-Yard-detectives-say-young-boys-murdered-Westminster-paedophile-ring.html
>> No. 3544 Anonymous
24th November 2014
Monday 12:33 am
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>>3543
Lads, surely if we all chip in together we can get a wholesale discount for ordering our pitchforks together.
>> No. 3546 Anonymous
28th November 2014
Friday 2:20 pm
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>>2890

Sir Edward Garnier

>One of David Cameron’s former legal advisers was accused yesterday of trying to discourage a Labour MP from naming Lord Brittan over child abuse allegations.

>Simon Danczuk, the campaigning Rochdale MP, claimed Sir Edward Garnier spoke to him before he was due to give evidence to a committee of MPs this summer.

>Mr Danczuk said Sir Edward – who was Solicitor General from 2010 to 2012 – said that ‘challenging Lord Brittan on child abuse would not be a wise move’.

>Mr Danczuk said earlier: ‘We now know that from at least the 1970s up to the present day there have been people in positions of power who have sexually abused children. Not only this, there have been powerful people willing to cover up this abuse and obstruct justice.’

>Mr Goldsmith added: ‘There can no longer be any doubt at all that powerful people have done terrible things and that they have been protected by the establishment.’

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2852444/Did-PM-s-adviser-try-stop-MP-linking-Brittan-claims-child-sex-abuse-Former-solictor-general-said-naming-not-wise-move.html
>> No. 3547 Anonymous
28th November 2014
Friday 8:48 pm
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>>3546
At least he knows how to eat a sandwich.
>> No. 3548 Anonymous
28th November 2014
Friday 8:48 pm
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>>3547

I will find you, and I will kill you.

Sage for pet peeve.
>> No. 3549 Anonymous
28th November 2014
Friday 9:06 pm
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>>3547
This was my first thoughts, too.
>> No. 3550 Anonymous
28th November 2014
Friday 9:17 pm
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>>3546
The union flag, bacon sarnies, and aristocratic paedos. It doesn't get much more British.

God save our gracious queen.
>> No. 3551 Anonymous
5th December 2014
Friday 11:42 pm
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Scotland Yard 'hid top MP's name' in sex abuse inquiry

>Police were accused last night of covering up allegations that a senior politician abused a boy at a notorious gay brothel.

>Retired detectives believe the boys 1982 testimony may have been ‘sanitised’ at the request of Special Branch and the security services, which feared Soviet spies would exploit the hugely embarrassing claims.

>Last week, Mrs May suggested that the allegations aired so far — including a claim of three child murders by Westminster-linked paedophiles who frequented exclusive flats in the Thames-side Dolphin Square — amounted to the ‘tip of the iceberg’.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2862849/Scotland-Yard-hid-MP-s-sex-abuse-inquiry-Police-buried-young-boy-s-testimony-Establishment-cover-says-author-book-Cyril-Smith-scandal.html
>> No. 3552 Anonymous
6th December 2014
Saturday 12:43 am
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>>3551
Yet despite apparently knowing who these people are the press still won't name them.
>> No. 3553 Anonymous
6th December 2014
Saturday 1:00 am
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>>3552
And after it turned out so well last time.
>> No. 3554 Anonymous
6th December 2014
Saturday 10:40 am
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>>3552

It is still slanderous even if it's true, before a court of law has proven it. Afterwards, it is fine.

Sticky legal area. If anyone was going to print names I imagine it would be Hislop, but he'd do it in a way that wasn't slanderous. Like a two page centrefold of MPs names with no apparent explanation of why they were there other than "MPs I think look shifty".
>> No. 3555 Anonymous
6th December 2014
Saturday 12:37 pm
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>>3552
People get named, and then there's a massive cover up and legal and other threats.

Like Macalpine, who is beyond a shadow of a doubt a paedophile, a rapist and a murderer. People get a visit and then shut up.
>> No. 3556 Anonymous
6th December 2014
Saturday 12:54 pm
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>Like Macalpine, who is beyond a shadow of a doubt a paedophile, a rapist and a murderer.
Nah m8, use a paedophile, a rapist and a murderer, innit.
>> No. 3557 Anonymous
6th December 2014
Saturday 1:10 pm
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>>3556

This would be shitposting even on /iq/. Have a word with yourself.
>> No. 3558 Anonymous
6th December 2014
Saturday 8:27 pm
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>Two members of Theresa May’s panel inquiring into child sex abuse are facing calls to resign after being accused of sending threatening or insulting emails to victims who had criticised the inquiry.

http://www.theguardian.com/society/2014/dec/06/theresa-may-child-sexual-abuse-inquiry-panel-accused-victims-letters
>> No. 3559 Anonymous
6th December 2014
Saturday 9:27 pm
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>> a rapist and a murderer, innit.

Bongo Bob Marleyists.

Vote UKIP.
>> No. 3560 Anonymous
18th December 2014
Thursday 2:51 pm
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>Westminster paedophile ring linked to murders of THREE young boys by detectives

>Met investigating alleged murders by MPs at flats in Pimlico, London
>Boy called Nick says rich and powerful strangled boy, 12, at 'abuse party'
>Also claims that he saw boy run over and another killed in sex attack
>Met Police appeal for witnesses who may corroborate his claims
>Scotland Yard also believe abuse took place in London and Home Counties, including at military bases

www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2014/dec/18/police-claims-vip-sex-ring-murder-three-boys
>> No. 3561 Anonymous
18th December 2014
Thursday 6:22 pm
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>>3560
Radio 4's been heavy on the story today as well.
>> No. 3562 Anonymous
21st December 2014
Sunday 5:33 pm
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They think it's all over.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-30568645
>> No. 3563 Anonymous
21st December 2014
Sunday 6:09 pm
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http://www.reddit.com/r/conspiracy/comments/1cm0t3/original_research_the_mountain_of_evidence_for_a/

There are a lot of things I wish I had never read.
>> No. 3564 Anonymous
21st December 2014
Sunday 8:29 pm
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>>3563
That's all a bit Emily Gyde.
>> No. 3565 Anonymous
22nd December 2014
Monday 3:32 am
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>>3564
Seems more True Detective to me. Somewhat worrying that was posted a year ago and now we have this, too.
>> No. 3566 Anonymous
22nd December 2014
Monday 2:39 pm
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So survivors of child abuse have asked Theresa May to disband the panel. Why?
>> No. 3567 Anonymous
22nd December 2014
Monday 2:48 pm
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>>3566

Source?
>> No. 3568 Anonymous
22nd December 2014
Monday 2:56 pm
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>Why?
So it can be replaced with a more powerful body (a royal comission or statuary inquiry) and also because survivors had called for some members to be replaced anyway. http://www.theguardian.com/society/2014/dec/22/child-abuse-victims-group-panel-replaced
>> No. 3569 Anonymous
22nd December 2014
Monday 3:04 pm
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>>3568
You should know the rules by now, /boo/lads. Follow the money. Who stands to benefit from this?

>May announced an inquiry panel, based on the body that investigated the Hillsborough disaster, rather than a full statutory inquiry because she believed that giving the inquiry statutory powers would lead to lawyers unduly prolonging its proceedings.
>> No. 3570 Anonymous
22nd December 2014
Monday 9:28 pm
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I really can't keep up with this any more.
>> No. 3571 Anonymous
23rd December 2014
Tuesday 5:00 am
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>>3570
I'd imagine that's the desired outcome. Just keep stalling, obfuscating and throwing spanners in the works until no one gives a fuck. Most people don't anyway.
>> No. 3572 Anonymous
30th December 2014
Tuesday 4:55 am
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http://rt.com/uk/217051-child-abuse-whistleblowers-deaths/

https://davidhencke.wordpress.com/2014/12/22/bad-mad-and-sad-the-politics-of-scrapping-the-child-sex-abuse-inquiry/
>> No. 3573 Anonymous
30th December 2014
Tuesday 6:56 pm
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>>3572
I'm incredibly mad.

(A good day to you Sir!)
>> No. 3574 Anonymous
2nd January 2015
Friday 3:55 pm
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>Prince Andrew strongly denies 'underage sex slave' allegations after being named in lawsuit filed in U.S. court papers

>Court motion in U.S. brought in relation to millionaire Jeffrey Epstein
>Epstein, a former friend of the Prince, was convicted of sex crime in 2008
>Court papers in motion claim woman had sex with Andrew three times
>They claim meetings took place in London, New York and US Virgin Islands
>One meeting was 'an orgy with numerous under-aged girls' it is claimed
>It is said the woman was approached by the daughter of Robert Maxwell
>The royal has issued a strong denial of the 'categorically untrue' claims
>> No. 3575 Anonymous
2nd January 2015
Friday 3:56 pm
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>>3574

http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2015/jan/02/prince-andrew-named-us-lawsuit-underage-sex-allegations
>> No. 3577 Anonymous
2nd January 2015
Friday 4:43 pm
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>>3575

I understand the world's "elite" have to absolute bastards, but could they at least keep a base regard for semblance of a thimble of a fucking atom of human decency?

>>3576

>What the fuck are you greentexting?

>Why are you going down two lines each time?

>Are you an insufferable retard?

>That last thing was rhetorical.
>> No. 3578 Anonymous
2nd January 2015
Friday 4:57 pm
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>>3577

Sorry about that chap. And yes I am an insufferable retard. And I'm pretty sure my penis is smaller than yours. You big brave internet tough guy.

>In Florida, court documents report:

>"Epstein forced (the underage girl sex slave) to have sexual relations with ... Prince Andrew (aka Duke of York)."
>The accusations against the Duke of York include claims that he took part in an orgy with other underage girls.
>The Duke, according to the court documents, made "efforts on his behalf" to lobby prosecutors for a favourable plea arrangement.
>The girl claims she was forced to have "sexual relations" with the Duke at a flat in London, at a Caribbean island and a location in New York.
>'Jane Doe 3' claims that in 1999 she was approached by Ghislaine Maxwell, who "procured" under-age girls for sex with Epstein.
>Ghislaine Maxwell is the daughter of the late Sir Robert Maxwell, who is said to have been a top agent of Mossad.
>'Jane Doe 3', who was 15 at the time, claims she was "converted into a sex slave".
>The court document states:
>"Epstein trafficked Jane Doe #3 for sexual purposes to many other powerful men, including numerous prominent American politicians, powerful business executives, foreign presidents, a well-known Prime Minister, and other world leaders.
>"Epstein required Jane Doe 3 to describe the events that she had with these men so that he could potentially blackmail them."
>On 13th March 2011, the Mail on Sunday reported on Jeffrey Epstein's private Caribbean island, Little St James, and on his 'little black book' listing phone contacts.
>Among those whose names have been linked to Epstein are:
> -Ehud Barak
> -Bill Clinton
> -Sir Evelyn de Rothschild and his daughter Hannah
> -Lord Mandelson and Lord Mandelson's boyfriend Reinaldo.
> -Ghislaine Maxwell
> -Naomi Campbell
> -Sir Richard Branson
> -Lord Palumbo, the UK's former Arts Council chairman and godfather to the Duke of York’s eldest daughter Beatrice
> -The journalist Toby Young
> -Dame Gail Ronson, wife of the multi-millionaire British developer Gerald Ronson
> -The JCB tycoon Sir Anthony Bamford
> -Philippe Amon, a Swiss industrialist
> -Caroline Stanbury, a former girlfriend of Prince Andrew.
>The island of Little St James was managed by Cathy and Miles Alexander.
>Speaking at their home in South Africa, "the Alexanders reveal they had watched with increasing concern the beautiful girls who paraded about the house topless or naked whenever their boss was in residence."
>Cathy says: "I saw some girls who I thought were very young-looking..."
>"They looked like they had stepped out of an underwear catalogue."
>"They walked around with very few clothes on or lounged around by the pool with nothing on..."
>Ghislaine Maxwell helped recruit the Alexanders in 1998.
>Among those who visited Little St James were Prince Andrew, Naomi Campbell, Lord Mandelson and Lord Mandelson's boyfriend Reinaldo.
>Numerous academics, architects and some of the most prominent scientific and business minds also enjoyed Epstein’s generous hospitality.

http://aanirfan.blogspot.co.uk/2015/01/mossad-blackmail-ring-linked-to-prince.html
>> No. 3579 Anonymous
2nd January 2015
Friday 5:05 pm
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>>3578

I wasn't being tough, just smarter than you.
>> No. 3580 Anonymous
2nd January 2015
Friday 5:07 pm
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>>3579

Hush now, you're embarrassing yourself.
>> No. 3581 Anonymous
2nd January 2015
Friday 5:15 pm
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>>3580

Why do you keep posting your dumb fucking "Mossad did it!" shit ITT, and being a cunt while you do it?

You have a muddy soul and a thick head and I wish you all the worst.
>> No. 3582 Anonymous
2nd January 2015
Friday 5:30 pm
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>>3581

see

>>3580
>> No. 3583 Anonymous
2nd January 2015
Friday 8:07 pm
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>>3581
But you're missing out on THE TRUTH, lad. If you're just going to ignore THE TRUTH there's no point in even living.

Never forget that the Civil War was an inside job.
>> No. 3584 Anonymous
3rd January 2015
Saturday 8:51 am
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>In an extraordinary legal allegation, a woman said she was 'forced' to have sex with Prince Andrew at parties in London, New York and the Caribbean.

>The woman - named only as Jane Doe #3 but said to be 30-year-old Virginia Roberts - says in court documents she was told to 'give the prince whatever he demanded' by his friend Jeffrey Epstein, the US billionaire paedophile who hosted the sordid parties.

>She claimed she and other underage girls were 'procured for sexual activities' by Ghislaine Maxwell, the socialite daughter of crooked tycoon Robert Maxwell. Miss Maxwell is alleged to have facilitated the prince's 'abuse' of the girl, after helping Epstein to convert her 'into what is commonly referred to as a sex slave'.

>Legal documents lodged with a court in Florida name Andrew, 54, as one of three men allegedly involved in abusing the woman 13 years ago when she was 17 - which is underage in Florida state law.

>Buckingham Palace said 'any suggestion of impropriety with underage minors is categorically untrue'.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2894911/Andrew-age-sex-slave-Duke-denies-claim-court-papers-teen-picked-sleep-Robert-Maxwell-s-daughter.html

It's alright lads, she woz 17 at the time and a blonde bint so woz obviously gagging for it. Plus ARE Queen says it isn't true anyway.
>> No. 3585 Anonymous
3rd January 2015
Saturday 12:17 pm
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>>3584
>17
Oh who gives a fuck. This will all blow over.

Which is exactly the response they want. God forbid any of the really naughty stuff gets out.
>> No. 3586 Anonymous
3rd January 2015
Saturday 1:30 pm
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>>3585

This sits unwell with me, perhaps they're testing the waters with a slightly grey area with the fact that 17 is legal here but illegal in the US so that next time something like this comes up we will be more biased to them being innocent.
>> No. 3621 Anonymous
21st January 2015
Wednesday 6:27 pm
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>>3584

>Flight records show Duke of York and his accuser Virginia Roberts were in the same places at the same times she claims to have had sex with him

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/theroyalfamily/11359788/Prince-Andrew-under-renewed-pressure-to-speak-about-sex-abuse-claims-after-flight-logs-emerge.html
>> No. 3622 Anonymous
21st January 2015
Wednesday 7:29 pm
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>An academic discovers document from the Prime Minister's files which contain allegations of 'unnatural sexual proclivities' between 1980 and 1981.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/11359459/Secret-government-file-on-unnatural-sexual-behaviour-at-Westminster-unearthed.html
>> No. 3623 Anonymous
21st January 2015
Wednesday 8:37 pm
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>>3622
Utterly shocking. I'm amazed anyone would use wording like "unnatural sexual proclivities" any time after about 1963.
>> No. 3624 Anonymous
21st January 2015
Wednesday 10:49 pm
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Why has that slimy cunt in the OP picture not been arrested yet?

I somehow doubt he ever will be.
>> No. 3625 Anonymous
22nd January 2015
Thursday 12:11 am
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Lawyers ask Prince Andrew to respond under oath about claims of sex with 17-year-old girl

>"I had sex with him three times, including one orgy,” Roberts claims in her affidavit. “I knew he was a member of the British royal family, but I just called him Andy.”
>Roberts also claimed that Epstein required her to recount personal details about her alleged sexual encounter with Andrew, adding: “Epstein appeared to be collecting private information about Andy.”
>Roberts alleged in her affidavit that Epstein obtained girls for his influential friends “so that they would owe him, they would be in his pocket, and he would have something on them." She claimed: "Epstein thought he could get leniency if he was ever caught doing anything illegal, or more so that he could escape trouble altogether.”
>“Her allegations against Prince Andrew are strongly corroborated,” Roberts’ lawyers claim in their motion, adding that despite Buckingham Palace’s denials, the royal household “has not attempted to explain what led to the Prince having his picture taken with his arm around a 17- year-old American girl at night in London in an intimate setting in a private residence”.

If Andy Pandy gets caught lying under oath in the USA, would the yanks seek to press criminal charges?

http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2015/jan/21/woman-affidavit-prince-andrew
>> No. 3627 Anonymous
22nd January 2015
Thursday 1:16 am
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>>3621
I'm confused. Surely those logs only demonstrate where ARE ANDY is supposed to be, on the assumption that he's on the plane.
>> No. 3628 Anonymous
22nd January 2015
Thursday 3:29 am
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>>3625

I'm not sure how it works, but I think he could have a warrant put out for his arrest, except if he's ever there as a diplomat (probably the only reason he'd go nowadays) he cannot be arrested. But then maybe some third country he goes to could arrest him and extradite him?
>> No. 3629 Anonymous
22nd January 2015
Thursday 2:56 pm
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>>3624

>Leon Brittan, former home secretary, dies, aged 75

http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2015/jan/22/leon-brittan-former-home-secretary-dies

No conspiracy here lads. Move along now...
>> No. 3630 Anonymous
22nd January 2015
Thursday 3:03 pm
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>I somehow doubt he ever will be.
Come on, lad. What did you know that the rest of us didn't?
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-30938755
>> No. 3632 Anonymous
22nd January 2015
Thursday 3:35 pm
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>>3629
>>3630
Well, >>3624 here. This is great news! They probably killed him off because they know by now that it will all come out. Or maybe they killed him off so that it can come out. The only time we hear any news is of the dead.

Still not ideal circumstances (I'd rather he had faced trial) but all things considered the fact that an evil child killing pedo rapist cunt is dead can only be good news.

(A good day to you Sir!)
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