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‘The police force investigating claims of paedophilia against Sir Edward Heath has been accused of trying to bury the findings after announcing it would be passing its report to the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA).

Wiltshire Police has been criticised for spending two years and almost £2 million probing allegations against the former Tory Prime Minister, who died more than a decade ago.

Last week the force announced that the investigation – Operation Conifer – was drawing to a close, with a report expected to be published in the Autumn.

But in a fresh twist the force has now said the findings are to be passed to the wide-ranging inquiry being chaired by Professor Alexis Jay.’

Read more: Ted Heath report ‘could be buried’ after police pass file to Independent Inquiry into Child Abuse, his family fear

‘A probe into allegations of historical sex offences by former Prime Minister Edward Heath was branded an ‘idiotic waste of public money’.

Mike Veale, Chief Constable at Wiltshire Police, said yesterday that the £2million investigation is to end is coming weeks.

The probe into Sir Edward, Operation Conifer, was launched in August 2015 after the former Prime Minister was named as a suspect into historical allegations of child abuse.

However, the MP for North Wiltshire, James Gray, said Wiltshire Police’s probe had been a ‘pretty pointless investigation’.

Mr Gray has accused the force of wasting money and resources on a case that could never be brought to court.

‘He’s dead, for goodness’ sake, and the case against him seems pretty flimsy to say the least’ said the MP writing for his local paper the Wiltshire Gazette.’

Read more: Two-year investigation into allegations that Sir Edward Heath was a paedophile is branded an ‘idiotic waste of public money’ 

‘In a move that both attracted and scared away attendees from a Colorado council meeting, a Satanist delivered the invocation Wednesday. Those opposed gathered outside while Andrew Vodopich became the first Satanist in the state to deliver the prayer.

Representing the Western Colorado Atheists and Freethinkers, Vodopich delivered the invocation at the Grand Junction City Council meeting. The one minute prayer would have failed to raise an eyebrow had it not been for a “Hail Satan” tacked to the end.

Video from the meeting shows council members standing as he delivers his words. At the end, an attendee can be heard saying “Yeah, what he said.”’

Read more: Satanist delivers historic invocation, hails Satan at Colorado council meeting

‘Detectives on Operation Conifer – the Wiltshire Police investigation into historic allegations of child sex abuse against the late Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath – are handling allegations of Satanist Ritual Abuse (SRA) made against Sir Edward. Wiltshire Police have been contacted by witnesses to these historic SRA allegations.

The earliest known SRA allegations against Sir Edward were made by doctors’ patients from the 1990s onwards; historically, at least five such people are on record as having stated that they witnessed Sir Edward participating in SRA.

Satanist Ritual Abuse (SRA) can be defined as: ‘Abuse – including sexual abuse – of children (and/or adults) by Satanists and done in the context of religious rituals conducted by Satanists.’

(SRA child sex abuse therefore should not be confused with paedophilia. Religious duty is the primary motive of a Satanist engaged in the ritual sexual abuse of a child victim – not perverted sexual gratification.’

Read more: Prime Minister Edward Heath ‘accused of Satanic Ritual Abuse on child victims’ – what David Icke accused him of in The Biggest Secret two decades ago

‘Outback Steakhouse is being accused of running a satanic cult after its chain of restaurants was found to be suspiciously located in several cities across the country.

The restaurant chain’s controversial association was uncovered by one inquisitive Twitter user who, with the help of Google maps and Microsoft Paint, showed that the restaurants were geo-located in the shape of a pentagram in New York, Indianapolis, Phoenix and Atlanta.

“Wtf is Outback Steakhouse planning,” wrote @eatmyaesthetics, which has so far garnered some 116,000 retweets and more than 3,000 comments.’

Read more: Bizarre ‘satanic cult’ accusations levelled at restaurant chain 

‘Exorcists who reportedly worship the devil and believe its former leader controls climate change are being investigated by the Vatican.

The Brazil-based group of exorcists, known as the Heralds of the Gospel, are said to use rogue exorcism practices to possess people.

They are also said to believe their former leader Dr Plinio Correa de Oliveira, who died in 1995, is in close contact with Satan.

Even in death, Dr Plinio is said to possess the ability to control climate change and is plotting towards the death of Pope Francis.

The Vatican’s investigation was launched as video emerged online purporting to show group members recounting a conversation with the devil.’

Read more: Vatican launches probe into group of exorcists who ‘made a pact with Satan over the death of Pope Francis’ 

‘The man who spent decades documenting the lives of members of the royal family has accused the late Queen Mother of making a racist comment.

Speaking at the Hay Festival in Wales, diarist Sir Roy Strong revealed there was a “certain streak” in him that was protective of the Queen Mother, which is why he had not recorded instances of racial prejudice through the years.

The former director of the National Portrait Gallery and Victorian and Albert Muslim adds that her racially charged comments were “too awful” to immortalise in a book, The Times reports.

“I can remember the Queen Mother came to lunch at Ham House, which was a branch of the V &A, and she said ‘I will bring the liquid refreshment, and we all know what that meant.’

Read more: Queen mother’s racist comment covered up because ‘it was too awful’, says scholar

‘It appears Dracula may have been onto something when he drank the blood of young maidens to stop him ageing.

Older people given transfusions of blood from younger adults are at a lower risk of cancer, dementia and heart disease, new research shows.

In groundbreaking trials on humans, scientists appear to have confirmed the long-standing myth that such injections can reverse ageing.

Ambrosia, a start-up firm based in San Francisco, has been testing the horror-movie inspired technique to assess its benefits.

It is similar to that of former North Korean dictator Kim Il-Sung who was said to take blood from people in their twenties to try to live to 100.’

Read more: Dracula was onto something! Transfusions of young blood may protect against Alzheimer’s, heart disease and cancer, groundbreaking research on humans shows

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‘Recent events have sparked renewed interest in an explosive speech given by Vladimir Putin at the final plenary meeting of the Valdai International Discussion Club On September 19, 2013, addressing a number of challenges faced by contemporary Russia. In doing so, he also took aim at the moral degradation creeping through Europe and the West, in a rare – by normal political standards – display of candour.

In highlighting “ideological-informational” challenges faced by Russia, Putin observed that military-political problems and general social conditions are worsening, with much of the world forgetting the value of basic human decency, before noting that “supporters of an extreme, western-style liberalism”are as far from reality as “proponents of fundamental conservatism who idealise pre-1917 Russia.”

Obviously anticipating his message being heard by critical recipients, Putin exhorted – ostensibly at least – the attendees (or more likely the international community who would eventually receive the recordings and transcripts) to “break the habit of only listening to like-minded people,” while “angrily and even with hatred­ rejecting any other point of view from the outset.”’

Read more: Putin Blasts Euro-Western Culture of Paedophilia and Satanism

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