Is the establishment masking a giant paedophile ring and why are the press so quick to turn on the victims such as Steve Messham?
The nation is now waking up to the fact that underneath the surface of our establishment there are some very dark practices going on as reports come in of senior figures from the world of politics, religion and entertainment being involved in the sexual abuse of children, necrophilia and Satanism.
Granted, the sources for some of these claims are not what one might call ‘legitimate’, however the less legitimate sources have in the past reported the exploits such as those of Jimmy Savile only to be ridiculed by a press now trying to discredit the claims of individuals such as Steve Messham, who is now enduring another form of abuse in his life as he is vilified by journalists and senior establishment figures who seek to rubbish his name and thereby defuse any further allegations.
Instead of embracing a type of glasnost, the establishment has slammed the doors shut with token inquiries from a government and political system shaking with fear of any new revelations that might undermine their legitimacy to govern over us.
The people no longer trust those in positions of power and privilege but is this resentment and erosion of trust justified? Or is it an overreaction to a small minority of persons who are statistically bound to get up to some unsavoury doings?
Well if statistically speaking there is the opportunity for misuse of power as was we have seen in the case of Savile and allegedly Cyril Smith at the heart of the establishment one would think those key figures in British life would be vetted and monitored by the police and security services to ensure the establishment’s name is not tarnished.
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Is it too much to expect that those who are supposedly better than us should be beyond reproach or questioning?
But that is exactly the message being sent out by senior political and entertainment figures who question the right to question.
This backlash against Steve Messham will undoubtedly act as a deterrent against those that might have felt like they could now speak out against the abuse they have suffered and go to the authorities but are now put off just in case their sanity or honesty is called into question. Remember, these are vulnerable people who underwent extreme physical and psychological trauma at the hands of abusers, they may well have been threatened with violence against themselves and their families. Then after decades of trying to bury it we expect them to just come forward and report it like you or I would report a car theft. And if it does go to court they will have to face a barrage of clever Barristers’ questions and all that comes with it.
The sheer insensitivity of the remarks made about Messham seem almost intended to shut him and other’s like him up and those that make these remarks should themselves have their motives called into question.
David Cameron can go on national television and say it is okay to come forward to the authorities and say what needs to be said, but where is his condemnation of remarks made by those that have vilified Steve Messham?
On this matter there is a deadly silence from the Prime Minister as there has been a deadly silence on behalf of Clarence House and Buckingham Palace with regards to the close links between the Royal Family and Jimmy Savile and other persons who made the honours list who have been found to be less than honourable in their deeds.
We face the danger that this will get swept under the carpet by the ‘covernment‘ and this opportunity to reassert dignity into the higher echelons of British society will be missed.
How many of the victims of senior establishment paedophiles will take their own lives removing key witnesses for any future trials as others live in fear of speaking out against such people in case they are branded a “weirdo” by some vacuous former MP of notoriety?
What is there to hide to warrant this thinly veiled closing of ranks on all sides of the house?
Tags: Paedophile ring, Politics, Steve Messham, The Establishment
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