"Plebs omnis plaudit ut me minore sepius audit."
TREBLE BELL, COMBE RALEIGH CHURCH, DEVON.
British governmental corruption appears to run deep and wide, and leaving aside the whole 9/11; Afghanistan; Iraq; 7/7 fiascos, the McCann/Hampstead cases confirm and corroborate the connections between the misuse of children and the secret services. That is why the state organs are TERRIFIED of revelation and are prepared to go to almost any barely legal means of stifling the topic and those with actual information on it Melanie Shaw for one, the Hampstead "whistle-blowers" another.As I have said many times, it is hard not to have certain reservations about the approach of the step father to the children, particularly in the context of past history but they have been grossly exagerated and misrepresented to cover the subsequent official action, the heinous nature of which is hard to describe adequately. I have always been convinced that only State implications could justify the blatant miscarriages of justice that have been involved and subsequent cover-up and persecution of those posing greatest risk of revelation.The implications of this case both for child welfare and basic justice should enrage and galvanise EVERY person in this nation of ours as it demeans and threatens us ALL! Unfortunately for that to happen there needs to be aa organised MASS MOVEMENT along the lines of the Chartists or Anti-slavery movements of previous centuries but Government knows that is very difficult to achieve. Do not be mistaken, whilst pretending to support the uncovering of past misdeeds, elements of government are carrying out a guerrilla campaign that it will never admit to (that is the nature of them and to which secret services are addicted!) to sabotage all such efforts. It does so by picking off individuals and threats one by one by various means. Supt. Veale's recent statements are a current problem that they are currently trying their best to disarm. I hope this particular officer has an unblemished record and has the support of his Chief Constable and 'Crime Commissioner'.
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