The UK Government's much lauded "independent inquiry" into its own paedophile crimes has still yet to get underway; believe it or not another head of the inquiry team has quit, the second. Fiona Woolf CBE, the Lord Mayor of
and leader of the British financial and business embassy, was the head who took
over when the first head, Baroness Butler-Sloss stepped down, and this was due
to pressure from many areas, most honestly from Simon Danczuk MP who originally
campaigned for the inquiry to be established. Baroness Butler-Sloss was supposedly
"too establishment" because she sat in the House of Lords and was the
sister of the former Attorney General Lord Havers. This is despite the fact
that she had originally been recommended by the Undersecretary of State for
Children and Families, Tim Loughton MP. I wonder why both sides of that issue
couldn't have been decided upon beforehand. Anyway Fiona Woolf was put in her
place with the support of Teresa May the Home Secretary, yet it was revealed a
few weeks ago that she lived a few doors away from Leon Brittan, one of the
principle accused figures, and was a friendly neighbour who visited his home on
several occasions. Originally she claimed that she had "consulted" a
child abuse survivors group, when in fact an individual child abuse campaigner
had pushed for a judicial review of her appointment. Is it really so difficult
to arrange a governmental inquiry with a head who doesn't shoot pool with Leon
Brittan? This is starting to sound like heel-dragging to me; the government are
reluctant to let the inquiry get underway. Why? I think they're afraid of what
will be revealed.
This sordid affair began in 1984 when an MP called Geoffrey Dickens tried to get the Home secretary at the time, Leon Brittan, to investigate alleged paedophile rings in
In 2014 Brittan, now Lord Brittan, claims he had somehow "lost" the
evidence dossier Dickens had gathered and given to him, see: http://hpanwo-voice.blogspot.co.uk/2014/07/brittan-warned.html.
Shortly afterwards a former Conservative Party youth activist Anthony
Gilberthorpe claimed that in 1989 he alerted the Prime Minister at the time,
Margaret Thatcher, of the same matter and she did nothing about it. This
indicates that the cover-up of child abuse is organized at the highest level,
There was a Home Affairs Committee inquiry before in 2002 that was classified
until very recently. It described child abuse allegations in children's homes
involving police officers, but not MP's. By the way, you might recognize the
second name on the membership list, see: http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm200102/cmselect/cmhaff/836/836.pdf. It looks like that fortress is finally
falling. Thanks to Simon Danczuk, we now know that Cyril Smith MP of the
Liberal Democrats was a sexual predator of young boys. The government are now
desperate to make people think he was just one bad apple, operating by himself,
and escaped justice through some extraordinary oversight by the authorities.
The BBC are struggling to do the same with Jimmy Savile and Rolf Harris, see: http://hpanwo-voice.blogspot.co.uk/2014/07/how-many-more-rolf.html.
In the long run this will not work; the truth will come out and when it does it
will be of a scale and severity that few can even imagine. You will see people
weeping in the streets. For now, the government are looking for the right
"Mr Fixit" to make sure that the conclusion will condemn individual
MP's while leaving the institution of government completely blameless. We'll be
told that the evil guilty ones are just a handful of nasty people operating
completely by themselves. The question is, will the British public believe it?
See here for an important update on HPANWO Radio: http://hpanwo-radio.blogspot.co.uk/2014/11/programme-112-podcast-brian-clare.html.