Is The Establishment Riddled With Paedophiles? – The Trews

Russell is all over this and fair play to him, brave guy, he is well known

Russell is all over this and fair play to him, brave guy, he is well known

By @ShaunyNews Via: and link below and video, are where I have written as much as I could regarding this ‘Elite’ (Alleged) Sex abuse case, a Worldwide one at that. We will see it get exposed in more countries, too many people know, so this will 100% get worse. They will blame the dead guys for a bit then the living may have to step forward if the dead don’t cover for them, disgusting story about disgusting people who harmed OUR KIDS!! Lets not forget what the story is actually about yeah!

Below is an ‘ALLEGED LIST’ of people who are involved, I can’t say it’s true, it was here:

  1. 16 year old Palace employee, Andrew, Geoffrey Dickens MP said members of Royal Household abused him
  2. Prince Andrew, Duke of York, child abuse allegation (see also Jeffrey Epstein & Ghislaine Maxwell)
  3. Sathya Sai Baba, alleged to have sexually assaulted children for decades
  4. Sir Philip Bailhache, alleged to have manoeuvred to discourage CSA victims from testifying / Haute Garenne
  5. Bishop Peter Ball, prosecuted for child abuse Peter Bick, child abuse allegation
  6. Lord Benjamin Britten, questions over relationships with children
  7. Sir Anthony Blunt, child abuse allegation / Elm Guest House
  8. Sir Arthur Charles Clarke, child abuse allegations
  9. Robert Coghlan, convicted of importing 109 obscene tapes, 70 containing child pornography
  10. Michael Colvin MP, allegation that he ‘arranged’ a fire that killed 5 witnesses to child sexual abuse
  11. Lance Corporal of Horse Simon Wyn-Davies, convicted of raping child under 13 [wife also convicted]
  12. Jeffrey Epstein, convicted of soliciting an underage girl for prostitution
  13. Ghislaine Maxwell, alleged ‘high-class madame’ & ‘co-conspirator’ in Epstein’s sexual abuse & sex trafficking
  14. Michael Fawcett, rape allegation
  15. Reginald Forester-Smith, convicted of sustained child abuse involving his two daughters
  16. Lord Justice Fulford, founder member of a campaign to defend the Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE)
  17. Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, child abuse allegation
  18. Patrick Gilbert, convicted of child abuse offences Gary Goldsmith, pimp allegation
  19. Nicholas Greaves, convicted of child pornography
  20. Stuart Hall, child abuse allegation Rolf Harris, convicted child abuser
  21. Sir Peter Hayman, child abuse allegation
  22. Benjamin Herman, child abuse allegation Commander Tom Herman, child abuse images allegation
  23. Charles Nicholas Hornby, convicted for participating in a male prostitution ring that preyed on runaway boys
  24. Paul Kidd, convicted of child abuse offences Richard Langley, child abuse allegation / Elm Guest
  25. House Anthony Lee, convicted of child abuse offences
  26. Lord Louis Mountbatten, child abuse allegation / Kincora Lance Corporal
  27. Mark Neal, alleged conspiracy to sexually assault a child and possessing indecent images
  28. John Phillips, child abuse (incest and rape) allegation Harbinder Singh Rana, convicted rapist
  29. Jonathan Rees-Williams, convicted of sex attacks on children
  30. Dylan Roberts, rape conviction
  31. Sir Jimmy Savile, thought to be one of the world’s most prolific child abusers and sex offenders
  32. Stephen Salmon, convicted of child abuse Douglas Slade, on bail for multiple counts of child abuse
  33. William Tallon, sexual predator allegation
  34. Ross Thomas, convicted of child abuse (Thomas)
  35. George Thomas, 1st Viscount Tonypandy, child abuse allegation
  36. David Tracey, charged with four counts of making indecent images of children
  37. Commander Michael Trestrail, child abuse allegation / Elm Guest House Sir Laurens van der Post, child rape allegation
  38. Gore Vidal, suspected of child abuse by his half-sister and nephew
  39. The Very Rev Ronald Selby Wright, child abuse allegation
  40. Guardsmen (unspecified number) of the Queen’s Household Cavalry, 1967 vice ring allegation
  41. 100 soldiers in the Queen’s Household Cavalry, 1976 vice ring allegation
  42. Coldstream Guardsmen at the Buckingham Palace barracks, 2004 sexual assault and rape allegation

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Ex-Home Secretary Leon Brittan Dies


Tributes are paid to Lord Brittan, the prominent former Tory cabinet minister, who has died after a long battle with cancer.

By @ShaunyNews VIA:

Strange or just a crazy coincidence here, I have been reporting on the UK Political Sex Abuse story, same as a few main stream media and I said in an article a few weeks ago “They threw the TV Personalities out to the wolves first, who will die to keep this out the court’s”



Via Sky News> They bring up the paedophile ring also. Former Tory leader Lord Howard has said it is a “tragedy” Lord Brittan’s “last days were dogged by unsubstantiated allegations” about a Westminster paedophile ring. The former Home Secretary and Tory peer died in his sleep last night at the age of 75 after a long battle with cancer, his family said in a statement. Lord Brittan, a key figure in Margaret Thatcher’s government, last year became mired in the historical child sex abuse scandal after claims he was handed a dossier containing details of allegations of a paedophile ring operating in Westminster in the 1980s.

He was accused of failing to act on the evidence passed to him by the Tory MP Geoffrey Dickens in 1983. While he admitted he had met Mr Dickens and had been handed a file, he said he had passed it on to officials and was not contacted on this issue again.  However, the Home Office released a letter in which Lord Brittan, who was knighted in 1989, wrote to Mr Dickens saying the material had been assessed and “had been passed to the appropriate authorities”.

Sadly this will be the man's legacy, like Saville, we will never know now

Sadly this will be the man’s legacy, like Jimmy Savile, we will never know now

Speaking on Sky News Lord Howard said it was a “tragedy his last days were dogged by unsubstantiated allegations” and said he was a great parliamentarian. Former Cabinet colleague Lord Lamont said he had been very “brave and stoical” during his illness and added he was a kind man and one of the “brightest of his generation”. In a statement from Lord Brittan’s family, they said: “It is with great regret that we announce the death of Leon Brittan. “As a family, we should like to pay tribute to him as a beloved husband to Diana and brother to Samuel, and a supportive and loving stepfather to Katharine and Victoria, and step-grandfather to their children.

Sky News and others are running this story NOW

Sky News and others are running this story NOW

“We also salute his extraordinary commitment to British public life as a Member of Parliament, Minister, Cabinet Minister, European Commissioner and Peer – together with a distinguished career in law, and latterly in business. “Leon passed away last night at his home in London after a long battle with cancer. We shall miss him enormously. There will be a private funeral service for family only, and a memorial service to be announced.” Leon Brittan was elected as MP for Cleveland and Whitby in 1974 and then for Richmond, Yorks in 1983 when he became the youngest Home Secretary since Winston Churchill.

He was as prominent in the Thatcher government for taking on the NUM during the miners’ strike in 1984-85 as he was for his resignation over the Westland affair in 1986. In 1984 he led the Government response to the shooting of police woman Yvonne Fletcher outside the Libyan embassy in London because both Mrs Thatcher and Foreign Secretary Geoffrey Howe were away. He went on to become a European Commissioner, spending ten years in the role and rising to vice-president of the Commission between 1989 and 1993. Nick Clegg was a member of his office. Lord Deben – who served alongside Lord Brittan in Margaret Thatcher’s administration as John Gummer – said: “Very sad to see Leon Brittan has died. A good and honourable servant of his country. A decent and lasting friend. He will be sorely missed.”

Lord Hestletine told Sky News Lord Brittan was a “talented and highly respected minister” and that they had in later years enjoyed a friendship despite the differences that emerged during the Westland affair. Speaking in the House of Commons as the news was announced William Hague, who replaced Lord Brittan as MP for Richmond, paid tribute and gave his condolences to the family.


Leon Brittan Videoed at Paedo Orgy

Are the vile paedophile allegations against Leon Brittan a sinister MI5 smear plot?

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Project fear: Queen’s ‘foreboding’ Scottish independence plea strategically crafted by Whitehall

Britain's Queen Elizabeth

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth

By @ShaunyGibson – Used to be @ ShaunyNews Via:

Surprised? I ain’t. We seen Gordon Brown fool us then retire, we seen Johann Lamont the then Labour leader fool us only to retreat and stand down, she knew she did bad for Scotland. We had so many people telling is it wouldn’t work. David Cameron said “I will not debate with Alex Salmond” but came up to Scotland with a ton of Tory English people to fill a room and beg Scotland to vote ‘NO’ Knowing his and many of his friends jobs would go. So I am not surprised at this. Alex Salmond had no chance looking back but today we have Nicola Sturgeon who actually just refused to pay Scotland’s share to keep the Queen! It is my 2nd link below.  For the record here is all I wrote about the 2014 Scottish Referendum vote:

It REALLY was this crazy!

It REALLY was this crazy!

Downing Street and senior civil servants were so fearful that Scotland’s independence referendum could have sparked the breakup of the UK that they requested the Queen to publicly intervene in the closing days of the campaign, a Whitehall source says. The intervention by Queen Elizabeth II, 88, was scrupulously crafted by her private secretary and Britain’s chief civil servant, a Guardian report revealed Wednesday. The delicately worded plea was constructed in the final phase of the Scottish independence campaign, as Downing Street faced what a senior Whitehall source told the paper was a “meltdown.” Fears ran high in Westminster as polls revealed amplifying support for the pro-independence camp, the source said.

Behind-the-scenes discussions between Britain’s Cabinet Secretary Sir Jeremy Heywood and the Queen’s private secretary Sir Christopher Geidt led to the Queen’s rare public plea, the Guardian reports. Four days prior to the September 18 referendum, the influential Monarch pleaded with Scots to “think very carefully” on their way to the ballot box.

Britain’s cabinet secretary Sir Jeremy Heywood (R), and the Queen’s private secretary Sir Christopher Geidt (L)

Britain’s cabinet secretary Sir Jeremy Heywood (R), and the Queen’s private secretary Sir Christopher Geidt (L)

A high-level Whitehall source who spoke exclusively to the paper said the government hoped the tense negotiations that preceded the Queen’s cautionary words would serve as a warning to Scots they faced a decision “filled with foreboding.” The Whitehall official’s disclosure echoed criticism directed at the British establishment regarding“Project Fear,” as it was dubbed by advocates of Scottish independence. The strategic project was characterized by a ferocious media campaign, and relentless fearmongering stemming from the City of London and Westminster’s political elite. But few expected its tendrils to infiltrate Buckingham Palace.

As the Scottish independence campaign drew to a close, the Queen’s unusual disclosure came as a surprise to many who noted her mostly impartial 62-year reign. Referencing the prospect of Scottish independence while addressing a well-wisher after Sunday service near her historic Balmoral estate in northwest Scotland, the Queen said: “Well, I hope people will think very carefully about the future.”

A seamless design

The strategic intervention was concocted by senior civil servants following Prime Minister David Cameron’s growing concerns the pro-independence Yes camp were gaining an ominous degree of ground in the final stretch of the campaign. As the countdown to the referendum progressed, Whitehall figures allegedly told Buckingham Palace that a few careful words offered by the Queen would help matters.

Prime Minister of Britain David Cameron

Prime Minister of Britain David Cameron

As part of this plan, Geidt and Heywood are thought to have devised the phrase she later uttered. While shrouded in a veil of neutrality, the words ultimately indicate the Queen’s support for the union. The Guardian’s Whitehall source told the paper the intervention was meticulously calibrated.

“She knew exactly what she was doing, which is, there are two possible responses on the referendum. Either one, you buy into this is a fantastic festival of democracy, or two, you suggest this is a decision filled with foreboding.” “So by saying I hope people will think carefully you imply the second … Without her taking a side, it cast just the right element of doubt over the nature of the decision.”

Advocates of Scottish independence claim “Project Fear” was a scrupulously designed establishment scheme created to ensure the union remained intact. Whether the Queen’s intervention was an explicit extension of this pro-union strategy is a matter of conjecture. But the possibility has not been ruled out. The No campaign’s relentless forecasts of economic peril, dwindling national security, an EU membership in jeopardy, and ruptured NATO relations ultimately overpowered the pro-independence movement’s messages of positivity, hope and empowerment. Many argue “Project Fear” was central to this.

In the wake of a referendum that almost terminated a 307-year-old political union, Westminster still faces many challenges. The Yes campaign’s vision of Scotland as a Scandinavian-style state characterized by inclusivity, egalitarianism, nuclear disarmament and clean energy has been denounced by critics as utopian. However, an appetite for independence remains rife across many parts of Scotland and is unlikely to wane. Buckingham Palace declined to comment on Geidt and Heywood’s alleged discussions concerning the Queen’s intervention.

A Cabinet Office spokeswoman also declined to comment, emphasizing the body does not publicly discuss correspondence “between the Queen’s private secretary and civil servants.”


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Whitehall child sex inquiry: the 114 files ‘lost’


By Shaun Gibson : @ShaunyNews

The paedophile scandal engulfing Westminster deepened after the Home Office confessed to losing or destroying 114 “potentially relevant” files. The lost files are part of an investigation into the handling of a dossier about child abuse allegations presented to Leon Brittan, the former home secretary.

Geoffrey Dickens with a booklet written by health visitors on how to spot the signs of child abuse

The dossier, compiled by Geoffrey Dickens, the late Conservative MP, is said to implicate political figures at the heart of national life. A review by the Home Office last year into its handling of the dossier found that information it had received between 1979 and 1999 had been passed to the appropriate authorities. But Mark Sedwill, permanent secretary to the Home Office, has now admitted for the first time that his department had destroyed, lost or simply “not found” 114 “potentially relevant files” He also said four new possible leads about child abuse have now been passed on to Scotland Yard. A Metropolitan Police spokesman said: “Any relevant material that is submitted to us will be dealt with as appropriate.” A senior Tory MP and former children’s minister last night accused the Home Office of a cover-up. Now Theresa May, the Home Secretary, is under pressure to “get involved” in establishing what happened to the missing records. She will face demands in the House of Commons tomorrow to explain how her department came to lose the documents. In recent days fresh questions have emerged about whether enough was done to investigate the allegations.

Mark Sedwill, the permanent secretary at the Home Office

Mr Sedwill wrote to David Cameron yesterday to say a new investigation would examine whether the conclusions of last year’s review “remain sound”. But in a separate letter to Keith Vaz, the home affairs select committee chairman, he outlined new details about the 2013 review, in which he made the admission about the 114 files. In his letter Mr Sedwill told Mr Vaz that Mr Dickens had submitted allegations of sexual offences over a number of years to several Home Secretaries, including Lord Brittan, rather than just one single dossier. He said the review had analysed a central database containing 746,000 files from the period 1979 to 1999 and had identified 527 potentially relevant files, from which nine items of information about alleged child abuse were reported to police. But Mr Sedwill said the same analysis of the central database “identified 114 potentially relevant files had been presumed destroyed, missing or not found”. The admission immediately raised further questions as to whether there was an attempt inside Whitehall to cover up the allegations raised by Mr Dickens when he submitted his dossier to Lord Brittan.

Keith Vaz has deep concerns about the loss of the 114 files

Mr Vaz welcomed the decision to set up a new review of the Government’s handling of the cases but expressed deep concerns about the loss of so many files. “We obviously now realise that the first review was not fit for purpose,” Mr Vaz told The Sunday Telegraph. “But what concerns me is the line in the letter that talks about 114 files going missing, This is very disturbing. People will be extremely concerned. It is a huge amount of files about a very sensitive issue. “We really need to know who authorised it. How do we know such a precise figure? Somebody must have known that these 114 files existed and they must presumably know the date that they went missing or were destroyed. “We know the Home Office loses passports and a couple of files here or there but 114 is quite a lot of files to lose. I think we do need answers to this. “I hope Mrs May will have the answers because I am a little concerned at the absence of the Home Secretary from most of these deliberations over the last few days. This is the Home Office and she is the Home Secretary and it should be her setting up these reviews.”

Mr Vaz, a former minister under Tony Blair, added: “This is a lot of material that has gone down the tubes. We need to know how this happened.” Tim Loughton, the Conservative MP and former children’s minister, said: “To lose one file is unfortunate but to lose 114 smacks of complete incompetence or, I fear, some degree of cover-up. “This just raises so many more questions which really must now be answered as a matter of urgency.”

The Home Office said the original review was satisfied it had passed to the appropriate authorities information about child abuse which was “credible” and “had realistic potential for further investigation”. But it admitted that for the conclusions to “remain valid” a new examination of its work by a senior independent legal figure was now required. Mr Dickens, who died in 1995, told his family that details in his dossier would “blow the lid off” the lives of powerful and famous child abusers, his son said. Barry Dickens said his father would have been “hugely angered” that the allegations had not been properly investigated.

Lord Brittan has confirmed he received a “substantial bundle of papers” from Mr Dickens when he was Home Secretary in 1983 and said he had passed them to his officials for investigation. Mrs May said on Friday she would “examine the case” for a public inquiry into historical child abuse in public life, for which 139 MPs have now called.

The lost files are part of an investigation into the handling of a dossier about child abuse allegations presented to Leon Brittan, the former home secretary

The lost files are part of an investigation into the handling of a dossier about child abuse allegations presented to Leon Brittan, the former home secretary


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