Browsing: State Stealing Children

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get-attachment (95)‘Hardly anything gets me more upset than the in-your-face paedophelia issue: the disgustingly obvious truth of it, the massive cover up and denial, and most of all the prosecution and abuse by authorities of the very victims of these crimes. In any other universe these people would be cared for, lovingly listened to, and protected.’

Today? It’s the bizarro world of muzzle and kill the good people and let the devils run amok.

And this issue is not just paedophelia. This covers even more taboo subjects the cowardly public refuses to pursue. That’s the most outrageous and mind-bending aspect of this whole swept under the carpet issue. We’re also talking satanic ritual abuse, supposedly human creatures actually performing sexual and torturous blood sacrificial rituals on innocent children, as well as others. Routine rape and other forms of physical abuse are merely lower level forms, yet just as horrific, of these same demonic abuses.’

Read more: Paedophelia and the Brutal Cover Up – Psychopathy At Large


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‘Mention the three P’s in the U.K.—pedophiles, politicians, and Parliament, and you are likely to face a range of reactions. Despite reports in parts of the mainstream press, there are those whose eyes widen while dismissing you as an anti-establishment conspiracy theorist who takes things too far. Then there are the whistleblowers, survivors, lawyers, and politicians demanding investigations whilst working tirelessly to peel the paint from under the whitewashing.

The saddest reaction of all is from those who are not shocked. With child abuse scandals involving the U.K.’s most powerful coming to light almost as regularly as the changing of the guard, many of us are becoming desensitized to things that make others’ stomachs churn.’

Read more: Why the UK is No Longer Shocked at Establishment Sex Abuse Cover Ups


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‘Justice Lowell Goddard is looking to hire 21 more barristers to help her run the overarching inquiry into child sex abuse.

The move has caused anger amongst abuse survivors and their representatives, with one warning that it would deter nervous witnesses from coming forward.’

Read more: Inquiry into child sex abuse to hire 21 barristers in ‘lawyerfest’


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‘Prosecutors on Monday brought 22 charges of abuse against an elderly politician accused of using his position to have sex with young boys.

The prosecution against Lord Greville Janner, a former MP and a member of the House of Lords, represents a victory for campaigners who have demanded tougher action on child abuse.

The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) had initially declined to bring charges against the 86-year-old because he is suffering from Alzheimer’s and was considered too ill to stand trial.

But after intense criticism, director of public prosecutions Alison Saunders announced he has now been charged with offences against nine victims, all but one of them aged 16 or under at the time, relating to alleged incidents between 1963 and 1988.’

Read more: Lord Janner charged with historic child abuse



‘A now-shuttered hospital facility in St. Louis, Missouri, that catered strictly to African-Americans during the days of segregation has made national news. More than a dozen women who gave birth there back in the 1950s have come forward with allegations that their children, who were pronounced dead at the time, might have actually been kidnapped by the hospital and sold to foster families.

The Homer G. Phillips Hospital, which closed in 1979, was a black-only hospital that might have been involved in a covert scheme “to steal newborns of color for marketing in private adoption transactions,” wrote attorney Albert Watkins in a recent letter to Missouri State Governor Jay Nixon and St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay. This is based on more than just speculation; Watkins decided to pen the letter after hearing the amazing story of Zella Jackson Price, one of the women seeking answers to a strange series of events that recently took place in her life.’

Read more: Hospital child theft? 18 women suspect that babies they were told died are actually alive


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‘Official files on police investigations of child abuse at Gordonstoun, the school in the Scottish Highlands that educated the Queen’s sons and Prince Philip, appear to have gone missing or been destroyed.

In a case investigated by the Observer, a teacher named Derek Jones seriously sexually assaulted a number of children attending the junior school around 1990. He was twice questioned by police in the following years after the children told their parents what had happened. Files were forwarded to the Procurator Fiscal, Scotland’s prosecution service, but it was decided not to prosecute. The files would normally be retained, but Scotland’s Crown Office says they now cannot be found.

Jones died in a car crash in Kenya six years ago. But two of his victims, now in their 30s, want to discover why he was not prosecuted. Gordonstoun sacked Jones, who had been an English teacher in the junior school for three months. The school’s bursar told the boys’ parents that the school would ensure he never taught again.’

Read more: Police files on child sex abuse at Gordonstoun school have vanished


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‘An independent QC is to overturn the controversial decision that Lord Janner should not face justice over a string of paedophile allegations.

The sensational U-turn by prosecutors means a court will now hear historical child sex claims against the disgraced former Labour MP.

A top barrister, who has spent several weeks examining the decision not to put Janner on trial, has concluded the allegations should be heard even though the peer has severe dementia.’

Read more: Janner WILL face justice: Top barrister to recommend DPP’s decision is over-ruled so case against Labour peer IS heard in court



‘Here’s another horrifying case from the Family Defense Center in Chicago. A baby’s fractured leg convinced the Department of Child and Family Services that she had been abused, despite the fact that fractures like hers are common in kids, and there was absolutely no other evidence against the parents.

The state fought tooth and nail to keep the kids. I’m not sure what would’ve happened if the family hadn’t gotten expert legal help:’

Read more: Two Parents Weren’t Sure How Their Little Girl Fractured Her Leg, So CPS Took the Kids


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‘For me, it was very difficult for me to go to the police about the rape that I endured in 1967 as a student in London.

I had lived with the memory of it for 40 years, but without the courage to report it to the police. I had no confidence that they would treat the matter seriously.

I feared him. I never told anyone – not even my closest friends and family – until some 20 years later when I confided in my partner, and later a sister and friend.’

Read more: Commentary: My frustration over rape probe into Leon Brittan

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