Stop British governmental badger killing, Internet game


This video, from the Network for Animals in Britain, says about itself:

14 April 2015

It’s time to get those pesky Tories out of Number 10! Join the #ToryCull movement and sign the pledge to vote on May 7th but NOT for the Conservative party!

From daily The Morning Star in Britain:

Animal rights groups turn guns on Tories in online cull

Thursday 16th April 2015

ANIMAL rights campaigners turned the guns on top Tories yesterday, launching an online game that allows users to “cull” the nasty party’s MPs from Parliament.

Gamers win points by clicking on Tory ministers’ heads as they pop up from behind hedges — but must be careful to avoid the badgers.

Animal lovers can get their own back on virtual versions of Prime Minister David ­Cameron, Chancellor George Osborne, Environment Secretary Liz Truss and her predecessor Owen Paterson.

The game website is also home to an animated film depicting the hunting and culling of leading Conservatives.

They are part of a satirical campaign by the Network for Animals to highlight how badgers and foxes will keep being killed if the Tories retain power.

“The only way to save thousands of innocent badgers‘ lives is to vote out the Conservatives at the 2015 general election,” said chief operating officer Paul Herring.

The Internet game is here.

Was British Conservative Enoch Powell a racist child abuser?


This BBC video series from Britain is called Enoch Powell, Rivers of Blood.

From daily The Independent in Britain today:

Enoch Powell investigated as alleged member of Westminster paedophile network

Posted 2 hours ago by Cahal Milmo

Enoch Powell, the Conservative anti-immigrant firebrand, is being investigated as an alleged member of a claimed Westminster paedophile network after his name was supplied to police by a senior Anglican bishop.

The name of the late MP, one of the most divisive politicians of the late 20th century, was provided to Scotland Yard after a clergyman came forward with claims from the 1980s relating to ritual satanic abuse.

Mr Powell, a maverick politician who achieved notoriety with his so-called Rivers of Blood speech decrying migration to Britain, is the latest senior Parliamentarian to be made the subject of police inquiries into an alleged Establishment sex ring.

The Metropolitan Police has several ongoing investigations relating to claims against suspected abusers, including the former Liberal MP Cyril Smith. Detectives are also investigating allegations against former Home Secretary Leon Brittan.

The Independent understands that the claims against Mr Powell were passed to police by the Right Reverend Paul Butler, the Bishop of Durham, more than a year ago but they have only now been made public.

The Rt Rev Butler, who is the lead on safeguarding for the Church of England, contacted police after details of the allegations against the late Conservative politician were passed to him by a fellow clergyman, Dominic Walker, the former Bishop of Monmouth.

It is understood that the Rt Rev Walker first heard the claims when he was counselling young adults as a curate in the 1980s and claims were made that an unknown number of MPs had been involved in satanic cult-type abuse.

Scotland Yard said it did not name individuals being investigated as part of its ongoing inquiries into the alleged sex rings.

See also here.

Police are considering an unprecedented legal challenge against the director of public prosecutions (DPP) over her failure to charge Lord Janner of Braunstone following allegations that he abused boys in children’s homes over nearly two decades. The proposed judicial review follows a statement on Thursday from the DPP, who said it was “not in the public interest” to put the QC and former MP on trial despite evidence from four police inquiries that he had been involved in the abuse of children: here.

GREVILLE JANNER’S family insist that the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) decision not to proceed with charges of sexual abuse of children means that he is “entirely innocent of any wrongdoing.” Their statement echoes similar protestations by members of serial predator Jimmy Savile’s family. Savile could not face criminal charges because he was dead: here.

British police search Conservative politician’s home in child abuse, murder investigation


This video says about itself:

BBC News at One – Operation Midland – investigation into child sex abuse & murder allegations

18 December 2014

Police are investigating the possible murders of three boys in connection with an alleged paedophile ring involving powerful people including senior figures in public life, the military, law enforcement and politicians in the 1970s and 80s.

Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward.

The BBC’s Tom Symonds said: “This is possibly the Met’s most sensitive investigation at this time. It stems from allegations by a man called Nick who came forward to the investigative news website Exaro, and then went to the police. He gave a detailed statement which the police found to be credible and in their words ‘true’.

The police are looking at the possibility that three children have been murdered, and the possibility that one child was run over at some point during this period.

They are looking at whether there was abuse at military establishments, some of the abusers are suspected to be senior military figures, and senior figures from law enforcement, and senior politicians.

The officers are looking at whether some of the abuse took place in a flat in Dolphin Square.

The police are appealing for witnesses to come forward, they want victims to feel reassured that they can trust the police to do the right thing and they will be listened to.

They would like to speak to anyone who might have perhaps worked or lived at Dolphin Square.

From daily The Guardian in Britain:

Ex-Tory MP Harvey Proctor denies any role in Westminster abuse ring

Thursday 5 March 2015 09.09 GMT

Denial comes as detectives from Met’s Operation Midland inquiry into historical abuse allegations search former MP’s Leicestershire home

The former Conservative MP Harvey Proctor has denied being part of a “rent-boy ring” or attending sex parties with other prominent figures, after his home was searched by police investigating historical allegations of child sex abuse.

Proctor – who left parliament in 1987 after pleading guilty to acts of gross indecency – said he knew nothing about a VIP paedophile ring alleged to have existed at Westminster during the 1970s and 1980s, or allegations that three boys linked to the abuse were murdered.

A Metropolitan police spokesman confirmed that “officers from Operation Midland are carrying out a search of an address in Grantham [in Lincolnshire] in connection with their inquiries”.

Operation Midland was launched by the Met last November following allegations that boys were sexually abused by a VIP paedophile ring centred on Westminster more than 30 years ago, amid claims that sex parties involving boys below the age of consent were held at the Dolphin Square apartment block near the Houses of Parliament.

The operation includes detectives from the child abuse investigation command and the homicide and major crime command.

Proctor, 68, works for the Duke and Duchess of Rutland and lives in a house within the 16,000-acre grounds of their home Belvoir Castle, in Leicestershire, near Grantham. …

Proctor represented Basildon in Essex from 1979 to 1983 and Billericay, also in Essex, from 1983 to 1987. He also sat on the executive of the right-wing pressure group the Monday Club.