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The British Establishment and the Paedophile Ring

Updated on January 22, 2013
Tony Blair
Tony Blair

The Search for Paedophiles

Operation Ore, run by Britain’s National Criminal Intelligence Service, still have 900 suspects under surveillance, suspected of being involved in an international child sex ring after their US counterparts handed them the names and banking details of 7,250 people whose names were on the register of a now defunct US child porn web site.

1850 people out of this list were actually charged and so far 1451 have been convicted.

Tony Blair’s government in 2003 slapped a gagging order, called a D-notice, on Press reporting on this operation, after the Intelligence Services learned of the involvement of senior politicians at the highest level of his government, citing the upcomingIraqi war and national security as a reason.

However, their actions failed to save one of Tony Blair’s closest aides, Phillip Lyon, who was arrested and later jailed for 3 years on 12 specimen charges of making indecent images of a child. He could have faced 10 years in jail, so his sentence was particularly light considering the gravity of his offence.

Speculation on Who Those Senior Politicians Are

The influential and authoritative Sunday Times has reportedly obtained a list of the names of suspects from the FBI which includes two senior government ministers, but the Blair government’s D-notice ensured a news black-out on their names being published.

Speculation has naturally been rife, and I have read those two names myself but am reluctant to publish them here because I can find no corroboration to prove what has been said.

It is also widely reported that one of them is involved with a child sex ring providing perverts in Brussels with girls and boys from Italy and Portugal, as evidenced by the police before the gagging order was put in place.

Many of the sites I have read claim to have been written by gagged British Press journalists.

Is This Why We Went to War?

Many people in Britain failed to understand why Tony Blair insisted Britain follow George Bush’s lead and send troops into Iraq, a country whose people had done nothing to ours.

It is now being speculated that they were forced into it by the Bush administration, following fears his intelligence services would name the top government ministers uncovered by Operation Ore, which would effectively topple the whole British government.

List of Paedophile Politicians

I have managed to obtain a list of convicted paedophiles currently serving in the lower ranks of both major political parties, as town councillors, and some who have been booted out of office as they face new charges.

I doubt if this list is anywhere near complete, and I am shocked to realise they were allowed to stand at election when the election rules clearly state that anyone with a criminal conviction need not apply.

I will publish this list if there is enough demand.

As the list seems extensive, would it be fair to ask what it is about politicians and paedophiles? Does the idea of holding political office attract a certain type of person? Or does holding office turn people into perverts?

These are the people who make the laws in our country.

Is it any wonder the controversial Sexual Offences Act of 2003 has now been relaxed to allow a lighter sentence to those accused who show in court that their victim ‘consented’ to their being molested?

How can a child possibly consent to sex?

Why are Paedophiles Given the Freedom to Re-offend?

Many people don’t understand why paedophiles are allowed out to repeat offend again and again.

They never understand why they often get a lighter sentence than the maximum laid down in Law.

Perhaps it is because our legal and political systems are rife with paedophiles, and it is not in their own personal interests to jail others like them.

They are sick sad individuals who should not be allowed to live beside the rest of us, far less have the right to determine how our country is run.

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    • IzzyM profile imageAUTHOR

      IzzyM 

      7 years ago from UK

      Looks that way...and to think we trusted those guys!

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      Anonymous 

      7 years ago

      I have been reading many items on this and other sites about the Operation Ore situation. As I understand them, D-notices are issued by the M. o. D. and have 5 categories under which they are so issued. None of those categories relates to child pornography, unless it is the 1 covering the security and intelligence services.

      If the security and intelligence services are involved, it just adds to the so-called "conspiracy theory" that children are used for the purposes of entrapment and blackmail by the security and intelligence services and ties up nicely with the earlier comment about the Blair government being blackmailed into invading Iraq along with the U. S. A. government.

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      Mart 

      8 years ago

      Please folks, type the name "Hollie Greig" into your search engine, and see what nice people are looking after your best interests!!

      Oh yea, as for "american romance" I don't like Blair coz he's a traitor!! Both The supremacy Act 1559, and the Bill of rights 1689 quite clearly state:

      "No foreign prince, person, prelate, state or potentate hath or ought to have any jurisdiction, power, superiority, pre-eminence or authority ecclesiastical or spiritual within this realm"

      So remind me, from where within Britain does the European Union come from?? Coz if it doesn't thats both Blair & Brown guilty of treason!!

      And I wonder what kind of man would call an article about Paedophiles "crap" mmmmh!!!

    • IzzyM profile imageAUTHOR

      IzzyM 

      8 years ago from UK

      I would like it all to be wrong too, but somehow I don't think it is :(

    • ethel smith profile image

      Ethel Smith 

      8 years ago from Kingston-Upon-Hull

      Well I hope that you are wrong but this would not surprise me.

    • IzzyM profile imageAUTHOR

      IzzyM 

      8 years ago from UK

      I didn't call Tony Blair a child molester! Read the hub again. He is mentioned and photographed because he was the man in charge at the time, and he was responsible for covering up the scandal!

      And anyway, he was not one of the ones named by the FBI.

    • American Romance profile image

      American Romance 

      8 years ago from America

      I think your accusation of calling Tony a child molestor is wrong! that is a serious accusation and one should have more facts before writing this type of crap because you don't like the man.

    • IzzyM profile imageAUTHOR

      IzzyM 

      8 years ago from UK

      That's exactly what I've read into the whole sorry situation. What a mess!

    • CASE1WORKER profile image

      CASE1WORKER 

      8 years ago from UNITED KINGDOM

      I think you may be partly if not wholly accurate in that the establishment closed ranks to cover up.

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