Welcome to another week at Researching Reform, and on the cusp of the nation’s child abuse inquiry getting underway.
As anger mounts over the government’s refusal to publicly release the names of four newly discovered historic files related to child abuse which were found by the government over a month ago, the concern over whether a VIP paedophile ring within Westminster existed, and perhaps still exists, remains unaddressed.
It is well documented that an organisation called the Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE), which was funded by the government and included several high-profile politicians, one of whom was Sir Peter Hayman – the man who has since been identified as the subject of the latest file on child abuse – was set up to encourage sexual activity between adults and minors.
At the time, several members of this pro-paedophilia group were charged with possessing child pornography and with printing contact advertisements in the magazine, MagPIE which were calculated to promote indecent acts between adults and children.
Whilst the government has promised to hand over the newly found files to the relevant inquiries and other authorities, it remains unclear just how much the establishment knows about child abuse within government circles, and whether their political ambitions are getting in the way of the truth.
Our question to you then, is just this: do you think the nation’s Inquiry into child sexual abuse should start their investigations within central government?
Maggie Tuttle said:
Natasha I agree with your question answer is yes, but also my research into the Paedophile Information Exchange was passed as a law under the disguise of
THE SEX EDUCATION ACT ALONG WITH TEACHING CHILDREN OF GAYS/LESBIONS with so much more and what do they all in power say “In a child’s best interest” people have to know how governments work and put things such as PIE on the back burner then pass it as a law years later, when Cameron came into office so did the laws for sex education at schools, I wrote to him and said
DO WE NOW HAVE TO WATCH OUR CHILDREN HAVING SEX AS OPPOSED TO PLAYING AND LEARNING FROM TOYS. no answer, he is the most ignorant man with no shame. There have now been many reports of kids being reported for messing with each other and i do know this as I am told from families by the help line of the detention centres filling up with kids who may fondle each other.people can read the research of the sex eduaction on http://www.childrenscreamingtobeheard.com I will say again there is no one on this planet who can bring the paedophiles to account they are all so high up in Governments it is for the nation to rise up at the moment we are just a few voices for the poor little kids may god bless them because that is all they have.
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Maggie Tuttle said:
A Swedish children’s song about genitals that went viral earlier this year has just been released in English as its makers aim to make the track a global sensation. The Local was given a world exclusive preview of the song as its composer prepared to hit the Swedish festival scene with the original version.
Here we go again news today more sex for children to learn and to sing along, i wonder if it will become no 1 in the top ten.
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Sabine K McNeill said:
Your question is SPOT ON once again, at least from my points of view:
The populist view seems to be to âhang the perpetratorsâ, whereas very few people seem to be able to adopt a âfeel for the victimâ position.
I began to publish âNational Inquiry into Orchestrated, Organised and Historic Sexual Abuseâ on http://www.nationalinquiry.wordpress.com after I visited Brian Pead in the cell below the court where he was falsely accused, i.e. âbottom upâ: the abuse survivor of Highfield Oval home, whistleblower of paedophilia in Lambeth Council and victim of 3 police forces which led him to being victimised in prisons and courts.
I am now publishing a petition and blog on behalf of the âwhistleblower kidsâ, i.e. once again, I focus on the victim and not the perpetrators.
In my view it may be more âscandalousâ to focus on perpetrators in governments, but child snatching to feed PaedoBritain goes on every day â no matter which government is in place!
We need to stop the supply of weapons to stop fighting wars. Likewise, we need to stop snatching children to stop the supply of children to paedophiles and other abusers.
The national inquiry should therefore focus on victims rather than perpetrators in my view.
There should be a focus on both! Both serve a common purpose, coming from different angle’s!