Protest against Establishment child abuse in Britain


This video from London, England is called CSA Inquiry Time 4 Justice & Action Meeting, The White Flowers Campaign, Westminster 14-01-15.

By Luke James in Britain:

Abuse survivors smash wall of official silence

Thursday 15th January 2015

Brave campaigners speak out demanding Establishment paedophiles face justice

CHILD abuse survivors descended on Parliament yesterday to smash the “wall of silence” over decades of abuse in Britain.

Brave victims laid wreaths of white flowers at Old Palace Yard as they spoke out about sex attacks and assaults.

And families losing faith in the government’s response called for its inquiry to be given real powers to bring secret VIP paedophiles to justice.

Social worker and whistleblower Dr Liz Davies was clear that “we’re looking at an Establishment cover-up going right back to the ’40s.”

She said: “Children who’ve been assaulted, sexually harmed, murdered, all in the context of major paedophile networks that got right to the top of this society.

“That is why we want justice and healing for survivors, as well as to protect children now.”

White flowers were laid among photos, cards and tributes to children who were abused and murdered.

A message strapped to another bunch of flowers read: “For the victims of the Westminster paedophile ring.”

Former Lib Dem MP for Rochdale Cyril Smith, who died in 2010, is so far the most high-profile political figure to be named as a paedophile.

But one Sunday newspaper this week claimed that a top Tory MP murdered a 15-year-old girl at a party put on by a Westminster paedophile gang.

Rochdale MP Simon Danczuk, who penned a book which helped expose Smith, said it was time for prosecutions.

Mr Danczuk said: “Let’s work together to make sure we get a successful inquiry — but also that we get prosecutions for those who’ve raped and abused children.”

The government’s child abuse inquiry has struggled to gain the confidence of victims after two mooted chairs were axed because of their close Establishment links.

This week its leaderless panel is launching its latest wave of evidence-gathering meetings with survivors.

Some came forward to tell their heartbreaking personal testimonies in public at yesterday’s vigil. …

The White Flowers campaign is calling for the inquiry to have a “truly independent” chair and have a special police team to investigate evidence raised.

A former adviser to David Cameron and one of the original investors on the BBC’s Dragons’ Den has been arrested on suspicion of raping a 13-year-old girl. Doug Richard, 56, accompanied the Prime Minister on an official overseas trip to 2011 and has also advised the Chancellor, George Osborne: here.

Call for inquiry into links between senior civil servant Sir Peter Hayman and paedophile network in the 1980’s: here.

Can the child sex abuse inquiry be taken seriously with yet another true Establishment figure at the helm, asks STEVEN WALKER. The new head of the Historic Child Sexual Abuse Inquiry, Justice Lowell Goddard, is yet another Establishment figure — this time from New Zealand: here.

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9 thoughts on “Protest against Establishment child abuse in Britain

  1. If the population accepts manufacturing of instruments of war that the politicians accept as a ongoing situation, we have to think paedophilia is all part of the perversion of the package deal, after all the British political system is pretty entrenched once you have gone through the system, Public Universities, you are well on the way?

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