It’s strange how people say things. Some I take notice of, some I don’t.
But I find this quote by ‘underground_resistance’…worth taking note of. Intriguing. The first part is a paragraph taken from me. The rest…well, as I said…some things are worth taking note of…
“Although the arrest of a famous celebrity is bound to get people’s attention, it is nothing in comparison to the big scandal which will break in the UK soon. In my view the biggest political scandal ever, bigger even than Watergate. More on that soon enough but you will be horrified to find out what has been going on. So ‘enjoy’ your celebrity sacrifice for today but prepare yourself for the awful truth.” gojam
If your going to tell me that the very people that have been elected to represent the people of this country are actively involved in the rape and abuse of children. Have used the most vulnerable in society, children that they were supposed to be looking after for their own sick and twisted pleasure.
That these very children have been used as part of an entrapment operation run by the secret services to manipulate individuals so as to control the direction of government decisions, facilitate multi million pound deals from which huge kickbacks have been paid. Steer arms deals supposedly to benefit the employment of many UK citizens. And provide sick and twisted kicks to the people at the top of The Great British empire, who seemingly have done this for as far back in history as you care to look.
It’s old news, but thanks for the heads up anyway.
Well done everyone for the day of action, the info is spreading,.
What could they possibly mean?
Filed under News, Politics
Now, this has to be just between the two of us. God knows what would happen if people realised what had been going on. I mean ,what would the average person think if they understood that children had been sexually abused and it was covered up as a matter of national security? I suspect they would be appalled. So we need to keep this hush hush, capisci ?
Keep it to yourself. ;-)
Have a great holiday weekend.
Like many people I was shocked to see Madlands’ blog and twitter account disappear. He has said that he needs to concentrate on his family business but it is not a secret that he had come under personal attack recently. It started for him a couple of days before the twitter ‘Day of Action’. I don’t think this is a coincidence. I found his blog insightful and informative and it’s a great shame that it is no longer available.
I hope that people now realise that those responsible for these attacks could turn on anyone.
I’ve taken a great deal of flak over the past few months, simply because I’ve told you the truth on this issue.
The ’82 year old from Berkshire’ is Rolf Harris. I’ll ask you not to speculate on here exactly why he’s been arrested.
Although the arrest of a famous celebrity is bound to get people’s attention, it is nothing in comparison to the big scandal which will break in the UK soon. In my view the biggest political scandal ever, bigger even than Watergate. More on that soon enough but you will be horrified to find out what has been going on. So ‘enjoy’ your celebrity sacrifice for today but prepare yourself for the awful truth.
An 82-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of sexual offences as part of the Jimmy Savile investigation.
The pensioner is one of 11 people arrested so far under Operation Yewtree – the Met’s investigation into alleged offending by the former disc jockey and others.
A Scotland Yard spokesman said last night that the man, who has not been named, was interviewed under caution on November 29 last year, five days after a search warrant was executed at an address in Berkshire.
He has been given police bail until May. Earlier this week the Mail revealed that as few as three of the men arrested by Scotland Yard over suspected sex offences in the Savile case are likely to be charged.
Details of the small number of Yewtree prosecutions emerged a day after a former BBC producer was released without charge following his arrest over an alleged sex assault in 1965.
Filed under News, Yewtree
Keep up the good work everyone.
If people aren’t made aware of the scale of institutionalised child abuse and the cover-ups to hide those that protect abusers it will never be stopped.