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Lord Janner dead: Former Labour peer found unfit to stand trial for alleged child sex abuse dies aged 87

 

The former Labour MP for Leicester West was accused of 22 sexual offences dating back to the 1960s against nine alleged victims, the majority of whom were 16 or under at the time.

 

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/lord-janner-dead-former-labour-peer-found-unfit-to-stand-trial-for-child-sex-abuse-dies-aged-87-a6779896.html

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English high elite society seems like dark places as there are so many of these scandals of abuses. When did all this stuff started? It seems to me, its been there for centuries but its highlighting more now due to social media coverage etc.

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8 hours ago, N30 S!NGH said:

English high elite society seems like dark places as there are so many of these scandals of abuses. When did all this stuff started? It seems to me, its been there for centuries but its highlighting more now due to social media coverage etc.

I think so too. It goes way back into their secret societies. There have even been rumours that the Jack the Ripper murders were some masonic rituals. 

 

Think about colonialism too. No one would have noticed poor street kids or slaves going missing. We know they routinely raped African slave girls and their must have been a lot of homosexual pedophilia going on, with no comebacks. The reverberations of this might even explain the deeply routed aversion to homosexuality in certain west Indian cultures?

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 It's part and parcel of British class culture that some people are above question and others are guilty simply due their station in life. One thing about people with no power is that they are reluctant to see the worst in those who rule them as the truth can be too hard to contemplate - that the lives of the poor and disadvantaged are subject to the whims of the rich and powerful. That is why this issue has been untouched in their society - no one had the will or power to see it through to bring people to account. Also in the last couple of decades British society has come the closest to escaping the 'Layer Cake' social system it has been renowned for exporting around the world. Personally I think these exposures will be whitewashed and brushed under the carpet eventually so people can go back to holding their 'betters' in awe. My respect to those who still uncover the dirt and rub people's noses in it though.

Historically, this probably started with the Saxon invasion of Britannia and the Norman invasion of England. The treatment of women and children after both invasions has been ignored by historians, mostly as the English are never going to be negative about their ancestors. In the aftermath of both invasions one group found itself having total power over another, with no recourse for any crimes committed, allowing them to use rape and paedophilia to keep others subjegated. I could go on, but there isnt much point in boring you all - just look at how quickly female equality spread in Britain after the age of marriage was increased, slums were cleared and orphans were treated better. It was things like that which made it harder for these sickos to get away with what they wanted.

As for our own history, everyone knows those stories about British officers chasing after orphan boys in Lahore's marketplaces had an element of truth about them...

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Scotland Yard detective: I was told to ignore 'meat rack' VIPs during paedophile probe  

 

Former Chief Inspector Howard Groves was told to ignore paedophile VIPs

Inspector investigated West End paedophile ring with alleged links to MPs

Boys supplied to men in Piccadilly Circus in area known as ‘the meat rack’

A Scotland Yard detective claims he was told to ignore VIPs during a paedophile probe now being investigated by the police watchdog.
Former Chief Inspector Howard Groves, who served in the murder squad during a distinguished 34-year career, was investigating a West End paedophile ring with alleged links to MPs and TV stars in the 1980s. 


Detectives found that boys as young as 14 were being supplied to men in Piccadilly Circus in an area known by the boys as ‘the meat rack’.

 

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Former Chief Inspector Howard Groves claims he was told to ignore VIPs during a paedophile probe now being investigated by the police watchdog

Mr Groves, now 58, told The Mail on Sunday: ‘I remember we were called to a meeting [and] told by a senior officer that if we found any establishment figures involved, the investigation would be stopped.’ Names of MPs, celebrities and businessmen did surface during the inquiry – though Mr Groves, who retired in 2014, wasn’t privy to them – and 25 men were convicted.The operation was led by Met Commander Trevor Lloyd-Hughes, who died in 1986 amid claims of soliciting male prostitutes. 

Mr Groves said: ‘The command not to investigate establishment figures was relayed by a senior officer and I believe must have come from Lloyd-Hughes.’ 
Mr Groves’s claim is one of 31 allegations of Met corruption relating to child sex offences that the Independent Police Complaints Commission is investigating. The IPCC did not wish to comment.

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Ex-Liberal leader Lord Steel admits he knew Sir Cyril Smith had abused children but it 'never occurred' to him to hold an inquiry into the MP

  • David Steel told the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse he 'assumed' Smith was guilty, after confronting him with allegations Smith did not deny
  • He said Smith told him police had investigated the claims and taken no action
  • Lord Steel, 80, said he had concluded 'he had no position in the matter' because the allegations predated Smith's membership of the Liberal Party

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Lord David Steel, who recommended Cyril Smith for his 1988 knighthood, told IICSA today that Smith all but admitted his child sexual offences to him in a 1979 conversation

 

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Sir Cyril Smith, who died in 2010, was Liberal MP for Rochdale from 1972 to 1992

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6806033/Ex-Liberal-leader-Lord-Steel-admits-knew-Sir-Cyril-Smith-abused-children.html

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4 hours ago, Soulfinder said:

@dalsingh101veer ji these articles with all these sicko pictures are terrible and since they are wearing suits it reminds of a pharse "snakes in suits".

You know veer ji, I'm not the biggest fan of the police, but I respect and commend those that had the gall to confront the deeply entrenched pedos in the political system, even if their case went south with Carl Beech. 

I'm glad that they actually protected themselves against the establishment that sought to try and make examples of the coppers who faced this. Here I applaud them. They should never be cowed down into turning a blind eye to these heinous crimes. 

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/carl-beech-operation-midland-westminster-paedophile-ring-iopc-police-a9146051.html

 

And most of the media are a bunch of backboneless giddarhs. We all know this has been happening, and for a long time too. Look at what Ronnie Kray and his political chums used to get up to. 

Thank Waheguru, ordinary people, from all backgrounds, are waking up to this. Thank Waheguru that we live in times with communication technology that allows us to bypass the twisted, deceptive mainstream narratives. 

 

This is the only way we can offer some protection to vulnerable potential victims who face the obfuscation of those with wealth and positions of power. 

 

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