This site is obviously no friend of politicians. However, we are fair-minded and will recognise and congratulate sterling work undertaken by any politician of whatever party. To that end we applaud the work of Simon Danczuk MP and Tom Watson MP for their efforts in exposing the Westminster and Establishment paedophile ring. We recognise that they are are risking a certain amount of opprobrium and defensive attacks by those who are guilty.
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A survivor of VIP sex abuse parties in the 1980s has revealed to Sky News the area of London where he says “part of him died”.
‘Michael’ was abused growing up in care in North Wales but he and other children were also taken on a minibus for weekend trips to Pimlico in central London in the early 1980s.
Over two years ago Michael spoke exclusively to Sky News about the abuse and described how it felt like a “privilege” to be taken to London.
His life growing up in a brutal care home system meant that the trips to the capital were seen as exciting and that children used to fight for a seat on the minibus.
He was just 11 or 12 when he was taken there to be raped.
Back on the streets of Pimlico three decades later, Michael said: “I was brought down these streets. Could be any of these streets. But this is where the flat was, this is where we were brought as kids.
“To us they were kind of good days out because we’d be taken into London afterwards and kind of spoilt.
“And we were kids from North Wales, we’d never seen London, or Regent’s Park zoo, or Hyde Park or Big Ben and all that stuff.
“And we had to put up with some nonsense that people did at night-time in a flat.”
Michael has described how the children were plied with alcohol, taken into bedrooms and forced into sexual acts with various older men who he described as “Hooray Henrys”.
He said: “It’ll be covered up because MPs were involved, you know.
“Ministers were involved, Cabinet ministers. I know they were. I haven’t exactly followed their careers. They’ve always been in the public eye.”
Three years after he first spoke to Sky News, Michael has seen other survivors come forward with similar allegations.
He’s seen the first conviction in the police-led re-examination of the north Wales care home scandal, and he’s seen politicians consistently vowing to uncover the truth.
He is, though, disillusioned: “I just feel that as many people are coming forward, as many drop out, and I’ve got no faith in the Home Office or the Government to protect us, you know, the victims.
“This’ll just be another story and that’s sad you know.
“It should come out, because the people that did this to me, they’re still walking around. Maybe round here. Maybe they live here.”
Michael has been interviewed by police officers investigating claims of sexual abuse in London.
He travelled with officers to Pimlico to identify the property where he says the parties took place but has had to pull out of the police process due to his health problems.
He knows other survivors who have since died or in some cases have taken their own lives.
Travelling back to Pimlico was a difficult process but Michael wanted to speak out on camera to remind people that the truth still has not been uncovered and that the abusers still have not been arrested.
Michael, who is receiving some professional support, added: “Part of me died here. Definitely. We shouldn’t have been brought here, and made to do the things we did.
“In a perfect world they’d be caught with fingerprints or CCTV, but it’s going to be my word against theirs, and they’re going to win hands down.
“But they won’t even be arrested – they won’t even be arrested.”
- New investigation established to look into historic child abuse claims
- It is to run in competition with the Home Secretary’s troubled inquiry
- Theresa May’s inquiry beset by problems since it was first formed
- Michael Mansfield QC has been appointed judge of the rival investigation
Theresa May’s troubled child abuse inquiry suffered a fresh setback last night as it emerged that a rival investigation is to be held by a top human rights lawyer.
Michael Mansfield QC, who represented Mohamed Al Fayed at the inquests into the deaths of Princess Diana and Al Fayed’s son Dodi, has been appointed as the judge of a new ‘people’s tribunal’ on historic abuse claims.
The Home Secretary’s official inquiry has barely started, even though it was launched several months ago.
But just like the Government’s inquiry, the new tribunal – set up by child abuse campaigners – has been beset by problems.
Only weeks after the steering committee was appointed, four members resigned, citing attacks on social media.
Home Secretary Theresa May’s (pictured) troubled child abuse inquiry has now suffered a fresh setback with the formation of a rival investigation
Among them was ex-social worker Liz Davies, a leading child protection expert.
Organisers insist it is not in conflict with the Government’s inquiry but will instead complement it.
However, its website suggests that there will be an element of competition. It says: ‘This tribunal is necessary because the Government initiative has serious shortcomings.’
Questions have also been raised about its funding. Organisers say they hope to raise money from the public, partly by selling wristbands carrying the slogan ‘sweep away the secrecy’.
The tribunal will hold public hearings across Britain at which abuse survivors will tell their stories, and will produce a report within a year that will be submitted to Theresa May’s inquiry as well as other institutions.
As it is entirely unofficial, it has no legal powers requiring witnesses to come forward.
Mrs May will face questions from MPs tomorrow on the lack of progress with the investigation and the struggle to find a suitable chairman.
At least 100 names have been put forward after Mrs Woolf had to step down, following The Mail on Sunday’s revelation that she has close links to former Home Secretary Leon Brittan.
ABOVE: £692,592 donor: Paul Ruddock’s firm has profited from NHS contracts
Private health care firms with Tory links have been awarded NHS contracts worth nearly £1.5billion.
Circle Health landed £1.36billion worth of health service work after several of its investors gifted about £1.5million to the Conservatives.
And Care UK has contracts worth another £102.6million. Its chairman John Nash was made a peer after boosting Tory coffers by £247,250.
Labour’s Shadow Health Secretary Andy Burnham, who uncovered the figures, fumed: “Nobody gave David Cameron permission to sell the NHS to his friends.
“It’s shocking the same Tory donors who bankrolled the development of their NHS reorganisation policy are now profiting from the sell-off of NHS services.”
Labour’s research shows Circle Health’s parent company, Circle Holdings PLC, is owned by a series of hedge funds.
Lansdowne Partners, with a 29.2% stake, was founded by Sir Paul Ruddock, who donated £692,592 to the Tories.
David Craigen, who gave the party £59,000, is also involved in Lansdowne.
Invesco Perpetual owns 28.7% of Circle Holdings. It was set up by Sir Martyn Arbib, who donated £466,330.
This is a difficult issue to grapple with. Infantilising the subject of paedophilia by, ahem, playing it down with a card game seems somewhat inappropriate. However, if the gift is given to many households throughout the U.K. then the weighty evidence and information on paedophilia in the British Establishment will be seen by, and in the possession of, many people. (This information needs to be on the streets -not hidden away on the internet.) I think this constant reminder of a taboo subject outweighs any accusation of making fun of such an national outrage that the Establishment is trying to sweep under the carpet.
Jonathon Blakeley over on the Deliberation website raises a very important point: “It [the card game] features all those well known celebrities from, the BBC – Jimmy Savile, Rolf Harris and many politicians too. It’s collection is also interesting for the many omissions of people still living and very powerful.” -Ed.
Source: Cathy Fox:
The more information we have the better chance we have of preventing child abuse.
I am not entering the debate about whether cards should be on sale or not, as that would be a distraction from my intention of providing the information that is on the cards. I do however provide some links about it below.
Apologies for the first few reading right to left. Click on them to enlarge.
Please note that victims of abuse may be triggered by reading this information. The Sanctuary for the Abused [A] has advice on how to prevent triggers. National Association for People Abused in Childhood [B] has a freephone helpline and has links to local support groups. Other useful sites are One in Four [C] and Havoca [D]. Useful post on triggers [E] from SurvivorsJustice [F] blog.
 2014 Nov 23 Deliberation.info British Nonces Card Games Controversy http://www.deliberation.info/british-nonces-card-game-controversy/
 UK and Eire Database for crimes agaisnt children. Paedophile Top Trumps http://ukpaedos-exposed.com/
[A] Sanctuary for the Abused http://abusesanctuary.blogspot.co.uk/2006/07/for-survivors-coping-with-triggers-if.html
[B] NAPAC http://www.napac.org.uk/
[C] One in Four http://www.oneinfour.org.uk/
[D] Havoca http://www.havoca.org/HAVOCA_home.htm
[E] SurvivorsJustice Triggers post http://survivorsjustice.com/2014/02/26/triggers-what-are-they-and-how-do-we-work-through-them/
[F] SurvivorsJustice Blog http://survivorsjustice.com/
This is all written in good faith but if there is anything that needs to be corrected please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
cathyfox the truth will out, the truth will shout, the truth will set us free
A CONVICTED paedophile dramatically had his sentencing adjourned yesterday after he told a judge he “knows the names” of the alleged Westminster child sex ring.
Serial sex offender Michael McAuliffe, 50, threatened to shout out the names before being bundled back to his cell by prison guards.
Judge Peter Benson, sitting in Bradford Crown Court, West Yorks, had seconds earlier adjourned the case to give police six weeks to investigate the claims.
Judge Benson had earlier passed the defence and prosecution council a letter from McAuliffe’s solicitors before the case was heard and as the paedophile was being led into the dock from cells
His barrister James Bourne-Arton, after reading the letter, told the court: “He has a desire to provide relevant information into investigations into those which concern the 1970s in the Westminster area.
“He has details and information, and more, there are other instances of child abuse and a paedophile ring, which he is willing to provide information on.”
Mr Bourne-Arton admitted McAuliffe’s motivation for helping police is to do a deal and get a more lenient sentence.
The court heard that West Yorkshire Police would need a “scoping interview” for officers to assess the degree of usefulness to their inquiries.
McAuliffe had fled to London from West Yorkshire because he was a closely monitored sex offender in his home town of Haworth following a conviction for possessing child pornography.
But he was brought back to justice after being spotted by an eagle-eyed Bradford police officer who was enjoying a break in the capital.