Paedophile MPs

There have been rumblings of paedophile rings in British politics for decades. ?Those, as well as Satanic rituals leading to the death of children have been rumoured to have happened in the corridors of power, and protected by complicit police due to a code of silence and a secret handshake club.

In the current climate of exposing historical wrongs, it seems the public have finally found the courage to take the accusations to the authorities, and, there seems to be sufficient prima facie proof for Scotland Yard to start digging around.

British police are investigating claims that up to five paedophile rings operated at the heart of Westminster with the involvement of “highly influential” politicians.

A Labour MP who has handed a dossier of evidence to Scotland Yard said he now believed the complexity of child abuse networks at the heart of government in the ’70s and ’80s had been seriously underestimated.

John Mann, MP for Bassetlaw, said it was “inconceivable” police would not now arrest and interview some of the politicians he named in a list handed to detectives this month.

Mann, who has spent months sifting evidence, met Scotland Yard and gave it evidence on 22 politicians, including three serving MPs and three members of the House of Lords.

People, as well as previous ex-MPs that have dared to speak out in the past have been labelled crackpots and conspiracy theorists. ?And you can see why. ?The scale of it is unimaginable. ?The abuse of power gobsmacking. ?People simply don’t want it to be true.

But it seems the door is ajar now, and sunlight is starting to pour in. ?

Fourteen of those identified by Mann were Conservative politicians, five were Labour and three were from other parties. Thirteen former ministers were among the list, Mann said.

He insisted he would not use parliamentary privilege to name the politicians on the list because he believes they should be fully and properly investigated by the police.

“What the police are doing now is what should have taken place a long time ago. Three of these figures were highly influential.”

The MP, who has been instrumental in securing an inquiry into the alleged establishment paedophile rings, distilled the list of names from hundreds of pieces of information handed to him by the public.

“I think the 22 names are all worthy of investigation by the police,” Mann said. “In my opinion the evidence against approximately half of them is very compelling. It would be inconceivable in some cases that they are not now interviewed by police about these allegations. Some of the evidence is incredibly strong.

It is hard to believe that paedophile rings and murder have been kept under wraps for so long. ?But it seems the festering sore of British politics and privileged life is about to burst

A range of other inquiries have also begun including Operation Midland, looking at allegations of child sex abuse focusing on Westminster.

It comes after Scotland Yard last week said it was investigating the alleged paedophile murders of three boys in the late ’70s and early ’80s.

Operation Midland centres on claims of paedophile parties at Dolphin Square, an exclusive block of flats in Pimlico, central London, which has long been popular with MPs because of its proximity to the Houses of Parliament.

The officer leading the inquiry said people who lived in or visited Dolphin Square at the time “will have seen or heard something that they only understand the significance of now”.

A witness who has played a critical role in the inquiry so far, known only as “Nick”, is understood to have told detectives he saw a Conservative MP strangle a 12-year-old boy to death at an orgy in about 1980. He claims a second boy was killed in a brutal physical attack and a third was run down by a car driven by one of the perpetrators, which he took to be a warning not to speak of the abuse.

Detectives have described Nick’s wider evidence about the paedophile ring as “credible and true”.

If you take a step back and look at the problems that the UK are facing in general, you have to conclude it’s been going to Hell in a Handcart for some time. ?I hope the nation can exorcise one of its ugliest demons here, but before that is done, a long period of evil needs to be exposed.

Makes me shudder to think that one of our own paedo MPs was exported to the UK instead of face charges here in New Zealand.


– The Independent, The Telegraph, via NZ Herald