the UN Is Normalizing Pedophilia

the UN Is Normalizing Pedophilia: The Deep State Is Free to Prey Upon Your Children

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The United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights is sanctioning a sexual revolution that will culminate in the legalization and whole-hearted support of transgenderism but will also support the legalization of pedophilia.

As the Deep State is further exposed for their role in Pedogate, we can expect more counterattacks such as the legalization of pedophilia.

From The New American:

“The United Nations “Human Rights Council,” which counts some of the world’s most ruthless dictatorships as members, sparked global outrage last week by voting to appoint a UN czar to oversee the normalization of homosexuality and transgenderism around the world.

…According to the UN’s propaganda service, the discredited UN “Human Rights Council” debated the measure for almost four hours on June 30 before adopting the scheme in a contentious vote. Just 23 member governments and regimes voted in favor of creating the new czar, while 18 voted against and six abstained.

The measure was pushed forward by a tight-knit network of communist and socialist governments in Latin America with close ties to Marxist terrorist groups, Western globalists, Moscow, and Beijing.

A number of European governments and other members of the “LGBT Core Group,” which includes Obama and the EU, also played a key role in pushing the scheme from outside the UN “human rights” outfit.

“For the first time, work on this issue [normalizing homosexuality and transgenderism] will be effectively institutionalized at the Human Rights Council,” the UN said….”

…”celebrated as a “great step forward for human rights in the United States.” “The measures he advocated here — including new laws to protect people from discrimination — are the same measures that, today, we advocate to governments everywhere.”

Ironically, the praise for the child rapist came even as the UN’s “peace” armies were facing global outrage for systematically raping and sexually exploiting children around the world.

Years ago, I wrote about the fact that NAMBLA was advocating for the legalization of pedophilia. Care to guess who their largest contributor is? Look at the following:

The following is an example of how academics talk about pedophilia. Soon, the practice, much like transgenders terrorizing girls in female restrooms has become the norm.

“Paedophilic interest is natural and normal for human males,” said the presentation.

“At least a sizeable minority of normal males would like to have sex with children … Normal males are aroused by children.”

Some yellowing tract from the Seventies or early Eighties, era of abusive celebrities and the infamous PIE, the Paedophile Information Exchange? No.

Anonymous commenters on some underground website? No again.

The statement that paedophilia is “natural and normal” was made not three decades ago but last July.

It was made not in private but as one of the central claims of an academic presentation delivered, at the invitation of the organisers, to many of the key experts in the field at a conference held by the University of Cambridge.

Other presentations included “Liberating the paedophile: a discursive analysis,” and “Danger and difference: the stakes of hebephilia.”

Hebephilia is the sexual preference for children in early puberty, typically 11 to 14-year-olds.

The most heinous organization in America is Nambla. Nambla is short for the North American Man-Boy Association and their identifying banner statement is “sex before 8 or it is too late”.

We are on our way in the country to allowing and even encouraging sex with children. The last taboo is being eliminated.

It is now tolerated that creatures with an XY chromosome structure can now enter little girls restrooms, under the guise of being a transgender and terrorize these girls George Soros style.

Your childre are about to become part of a world that they are not equipped to live in.

How long will it be until employees who have sex with children is protected as well when we look at the transgender issue in bathrooms. No, this is not hyperbole, it is a legitimate concern.

The North American Man-Boy Love Association (NAMBLA) begins to figure prominently into this picture. In the past, one of their trademark phrases was “sex before eight, or it’s too late”.

This is an obvious attempt to remove the last perverted prohibition from our legal code as well as our societal safeguards to protect our children. Words cannot describe how sick and perverted these people truly are.

And before you think that this could never become a reality, please consider that globalist, George Soros, gives money to NAMBLA.

If that is not concerning enough for you please realize that Kevin Jennings, an Obama Department of Education official, and a close friend of Hillary Clinton has involvement with this group as well.

“Could the last taboo be permanently removed? You mean I no longer have to hide the fact that I am a pedophile?

Bootstrapping gender neutral and homosexual protection issues to pedophilia is already happening. The New York Times is on record (here as well) saying the pedophilia is not a crime.

The ACLU is actively defending Nambla and pedophile advocates.



Escort mum who sold sex for £850 a night broke newborn baby’s skull and ribs by shaking him and smashing his head in rage

Elizabeth Wilkins was found guilty after hitting her young son’s head against a hard surface while studying at the University of Plymouth

AN escort mum who sold sex for £850 a night broke her three-month-old baby’s skull and ribs by shaking him and smashing his head in rage.

Elizabeth Wilkins, 23, hit her young son’s head against a hard surface so hard he may have developmental problems growing up.

 Elizabeth Wilkins, 23, is guilty of seriously injuring her baby son in September 2016

Elizabeth Wilkins, 23, is guilty of seriously injuring her baby son in September 2016

Wilkins, a student at the University of Plymouth at the time, was found guilty of grievous bodily harm with intent and assault causing actual bodily harm.

She had attacked her son several times before blaming his father, when she was alone in the flat for just 90 minutes with the boy in 2016.

The extent of the horrific injuries were only revealed after she and her partner, Erick Vanselow, took the baby to the GP – who immediately phoned an ambulance.

Plymouth Live reports staff at Derriford Hospital said Wilkins was unemotional when told of his serious injuries.

 Erick Vanselow was acquitted of a charge of failing to protect his son

Erick Vanselow was acquitted of a charge of failing to protect his son

Her son was found to have suffered a fractured skull, bleeding on the brain and broken ribs .

During the trial the court heard the mum advertised herself as “very sexually adventurous” and shared suggestive photographs of herself.

She had sold sexual services online, from between £95 to £850.

During the trial Barrister Michael Haynes, for Vaneslow, asked Det Con Dave Cross about a website examined by police during the investigation, saying the pictures shared were “soft porn”.

Mr Haynes read from the site: “I am open to most ideas and very sexually adventurous, please do not hesitate to contact me.”

The site also included reviews from men who had visited the mother, who was in her last year of a law degree.

 Wilkins offered sexual services online, a court was told during the trial

Wilkins offered sexual services online, a court was told during the trial

Prosecutor Jo Martin QC said the baby was assaulted by either mum, dad or both parents on several occasions two years ago at the couple’s former home in Plymouth.

The jury acquitted Mr Vanselow of a single count of failing to protect his son from his birth in July, 2016, until he suffered the head injuries on September 22, 2016.

The boy, who may have life changing injuries, cannot be named by court order.

Despite a nurse warning that the procedure would be “distressing to watch”, she told the court: “Her reply was that she watched Holby and 24 Hours in A&E, which was a little bit of a strange thing to say.”


Couple ‘try to lure two schoolgirls into their car by asking if they would like to stroke their puppy’

The 11-year-olds were told that they could keep the dog if they got in the car, it is claimed

The incident happened as the girls walked home from school (Image: Google)

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A couple reportedly tried to coax two little girls into their car by asking if they wanted to pet a puppy.

The 11-year-old school girls had been walking home through a car park when a man and a woman are said to have bribed the girls with a dachshund.

According to the terrified girls the pair had told them that they could take the puppy home if they got in the car.

The incident happened at around 3.40pm on Wednesday, in the Queens Hill area of Costessy in Norfolk.

The girls ran off, and the man and woman drove away in the Longwater direction.

They had asked if the girls wanted to stroke the dachshund (file photo) (Image: Moment Open)
Luckily, the girls knew to run away and not talk to strangers (Image: Google)

The mother of one of the girls told police that the man had asked them: ‘Do you want to stroke the puppy…get in the car and you can have it’.

He was in the passenger seat, sitting sideways with the door open.

The girls were ‘really shaken up and frightened’ by the possible attempted abduction according to their families.

Luckily their school did a ‘safety class’ about not talking to strangers a few days ago so it was fresh in their minds. families are now warning their children amid fears the pair could strike again.

One mum-of-two who asked not to be named said: “If it had been younger children, they might well have been tempted to get into the car to see the puppy.”

Four out of five paedophiles caught downloading child porn are now spared jail

Four out of five paedophiles caught downloading child porn are now spared jail

  • Just one in five paedophiles caught downloading child abuse images is jailed
  • Only 755 out of 3,609 convicted last year of having abuse material sent down
  • If not locked up they were given community sentences or suspended jail terms

Just one in five paedophiles caught downloading child abuse images is jailed.

Official figures show 3,609 were convicted last year of possessing obscene material, almost always videos or pictures of youngsters being raped or molested.

But only 755 were put behind bars. At 21 per cent, this is the lowest custody rate for a decade.

Official figures show that of the 3,609 paedophiles convicted last year of possessing obscene material only 755 were put behind bars

Official figures show that of the 3,609 paedophiles convicted last year of possessing obscene material only 755 were put behind bars

Those who are not locked up are given community sentences, suspended jail terms and conditional discharges.

Twenty escaped with a fine, according to analysis of Ministry of Justice statistics.

Peter Saunders, of the National Association for People Abused in Childhood, said the offences were not ‘soft’ crimes.

‘We mustn’t deflect from their seriousness and the reality that kids’ lives are utterly devastated in order to make these images,’ he added.


Child protection investigations can silence children and offer impunity to abusers


The child protection investigation system in the UK is not fit for purpose. Despite high profile child abuse cases in Rochdale, Rotherham and Telford, lessons are not being learned and the failings of those investigations are being repeated.

The Interim Report of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse found that two thirds of adults do not feel comfortable discussing sexual abuse, even with those they know and trust. It is not surprising then that children have difficulties disclosing and talking about sexual abuse when they experience it.

My research – which examined a wide collection of children’s experiences of child protection investigations – found that the system itself exacerbates this issue by creating overly formal situations (such as investigative interviews) which children find intimidating and difficult to understand.


Vulnerability and confusion

The majority of children do not know what to expect when child protection services begin to intervene in their lives. The first realisation that they are the subject of an investigation often comes when social workers and police officers arrive to conduct an initial interview. This can be the most emotionally challenging period of the investigation. It is when children feel most vulnerable as they have no clear idea of what is going on or what might happen as a result of the interview.

They can also find the subsequent child protection process confusing and this is mainly due to a lack of information and a lack of control over it.

High profile child abuse enquiries such as those in Rochdale and Rotherham have emphasised the need to put children, rather than adults, at the centre of child protection work and for children to be actively included in the inquiry.

But the existing child protection system relies on components which can silence children by causing fear and intimidation during processes which are supposed to encourage participation. For example, police officers and social workers frequently turn up unannounced at school or home to conduct video interviews with sexually abused children for use in court.

Children feel particularly unprepared for this, as they may be asked to discuss events which they have previously found unmentionable and in breach of social taboos. They may not have the vocabulary to describe their abuse adequately and have difficulty recalling details that they do not attach the same significance to as their interviewers – such as precise dates and surroundings.

Grace’s story

One of my research participants, “Grace” (not her real name), was 15 when she became the subject of a child protection investigation. “Grace”, now aged in her early 20s, had been sexually abused by her stepfather and had been removed from the family home while the investigation took place. She found the police interview so distressing that she was unable to participate fully or provide the details required for a prosecution. She said:

It was intimidating … she (the police officer) was asking for really specific times and dates so … because it had been (over) like a long period of time, I couldn’t specify exactly what had happened, exactly when. So I got really stressed out about that and I started panicking and getting really worried … she was really pressing with the questions and it was a lot of pressure so I kept crying a lot and I wouldn’t give proper answers…

As a result, the police dropped charges against “Grace’s” abuser and she was later returned to live with him.

Another story

“Jayden” (not his real name) was 12 when he became the subject of a child protection investigation in relation to the sexual abuse of himself and his ten-year-old brother by a male babysitter. He had experienced learning and behavioural difficulties over many years and was attending a special school. My interviews with “Jayden” revealed that he had very little understanding of the child protection process.

For “Jayden”, now in his late teens, the investigative interview represented a situation that he felt he had little control over as he did not understand the language used by the police officer and social worker. They did not adapt this to suit his developmental level and neither did they allow for his slower processing of information.

“Jayden” also voiced strong objections to the interview being recorded, which was possibly linked to his experiences of abuse. Despite this, he was not made aware of the purpose of the recording and he was not offered the choice to take part in the interview without it being recorded. The unintended result of this complex set of circumstances was that he felt restricted to the point of silence and withdrew from the process.

Enabling children to talk about their experiences of sexual abuse through meaningful participation in these investigations is essential if abusers are not to be granted impunity and children are to be protected from further abuse. This means ensuring that all children undergoing child protection interventions have access to independent advocacy from the outset of the investigation.

Trained advocates can help children to understand the questions that are asked of them, the process of the child protection investigation and the implications for their lives in ways that are appropriate to their age and development. Helping “Grace” and “Jayden” to participate in this way may have resulted in very different outcomes for them and their abusers.


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The Independent Inquiry Into Child Sex Abuse (IICSA) apologized this week after vital testimony from victims of child sexual abuse was “instantly and permanently deleted” from their servers.

The agency said that the loss of data was due to a technical malfunction, which dumped an untold number of testimonies that were submitted to their official website.

The agency now claims that there was no security breach, and that while the testimonies were lost, the privacy of the victims is not at risk.

An Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) was established by the British Home Secretary, Theresa May, on 7 July 2014. The inquiry was intended to investigate why pedophile rings seemed to be exempt from capture.

IICSA posted the following statement on their website:

“Due to a change in our website address to on 14 September, any information submitted to the Inquiry between 14 September and 2 October through the online form on the Share your experience page of our website, was instantly and permanently deleted before it reached our engagement team. We are very sorry for any inconvenience or distress this will cause and would like to reassure you that no information was put at risk of disclosure or unauthorised access.

“Due to the security measures on our website, your information cannot be found or viewed by anyone else as it was immediately and permanently destroyed.We would like to apologise again to anyone who submitted details to the Inquiry during this time and to ask you to please resubmit your information through the online form.

“Alternatively you can call the Inquiry helpline on 0800 917 1000 to submit your information over the phone, or email our team at”

The commission is being ran by New Zealand judge Lowell Goddard, who is paid over a half million dollars for her work with the group.

Access to justice under threat in UK, says supreme court judge

Access to justice under threat in UK, says supreme court judge


Fun Day Out For Law Students:

Fun Day Out For Law Students: Tommy Robinson’s trial at Old Bailey sees hundreds turn up to protest, the court hearing has been adjourned, and there will now be a ‘substantive hearing’ held by an independent hearings panel to see if there is evidence for this case to proceed, is this the establishment using their ‘get out of jail’ free card, because this case is a loser!

Dear All

If you have been following the Tommy Robinson case, you might have found something very interesting from a legal standpoint; can a person who committed no offence be jailed? The answer to this question is yes, but there are other questions which then pop up such as was the hearing that jailed Tommy Robinson fair?

The answer to that question is no!

The Robinson case shines a spotlight on British justice, and whether people accused of contempt of court should get a jury trial. If there had been a jury trial in the Leeds case against Robinson, he would have been freed. The reason is that information already in the public domain isn’t subject to reporting restrictions. This means no matter where a person is, what he is using to communicate such information, this is part of his right to freedom of speech and freedom of expression.

The case against Tommy Robinson is bogus, and no matter how the prosecution try to spice it up, it is a loser, to attempt to have a second bite of the cherry is not in the public interest and a sheer waste of police and the court’s time. If it was me at the Prosecution Service, I would opt to bin this case, because going into court with nothing makes you look a fool.

Today was supposed to be D-Day for Tommy Robinson down at the Old Bailey, since this was a show trial, everyone turned up, including a sizeable number of protesters, a small number of counter protesters and the media.

Everyone was all revved up to go!

Except the judge who looking at this shambles, deciding that a spot of long grass was called for and promptly adjourned the trial, why get upset with the weekend coming up? Plus, why damage your own credibility on the bench trying to clean up someone’s else’s mistake The judge adjourned this case to determine whether there will be a substantive hearing at the Old Bailey into the alleged contempt of court. A substantive hearing is apparently conducted by two lay members and one professional member of the independent hearings panel, plus one legal adviser.

So, judging by what is in the public domain about what happened, I would suggest that independent hearings panel might be the ‘out’ that is needed to get this mess done and dusted as an issue, and dropped like a hot brick. In this case, leave out the aftermath, leave out the protesters, the marches and concentrate on the issue.

In that case, the evidence points to Tommy Robinson having not broken the law.

As to the counter protesters turning up at the Old Bailey, this is just a hate mob, becaue of who Tommy Robinson is and what he represents. They clearly aren’t interested in justice, and this case is an important one to watch, however they appear not to be concerned with the evidence. If being jailed while being innocent can happen to Robinson, it can happen to them.

Clearly that thought never crossed their minds!

One thing that the media has done is to continually call Tommy Robinson as a far right activist, his real name is Stephen Christopher Yaxley-Lennon who cofounded the EDL but left when he said that extremists had joined the group. He is now an independent reporter, personality of sorts and a TV pundit, but he is still to many Tommy Robinson. In politics, you get people allegedly who stand for ‘injustice’, but in this fundamental case, the political parties remained silent. The press remained pro jail, both the printed press and TV, even getting a stooge on to say publicly what happened to Tommy Robinson was okay, it wasn’t as we all know.

Speaking to reporters outside court after the adjourned hearing, Robinson said:

“I believe they want me in prison for Christmas”.

He added:

“The law’s supposed to be blind, but it’s not supposed to be deaf and dumb. I’m being specifically targeted for who I am. I want closure. I believe they are purposely not giving me closure”.

The bigger picture of today’s hearing I would say is this, the fact this has been sent to an independent hearings panel is in itself an acknowledgment that this case is a loser, and everyone knows it is a loser. What the independent hearings panel is, is a ‘get out of jail free’ card for the Establishment, which they should grasp with both hands.

As much as certain people would like to see Tommy Robinson back in prison, you have to have evidence, this case is devoid of it entirely, and makes a mockery of the justice system. Not liking someone isn’t a reason to conduct a witch hunt against them, deny them rights and certainly not cause to deny them due process, and a fair trial.

Finally, this bit caught my eye; Tommy Robinson is alleged to have committed contempt of court by filming people in a criminal trial and broadcasting footage on social media.

This reads like he ‘filmed in the court’, is this just lazy writing by the press or attempting to portray the establishment version of things?

Also anyone has the right to film in public, this is entirely legal and tested many times, youtube is full of videos on this subject. What the court can do is ban anything being reported ‘in it’ concerning the case, not something already known.

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University

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Darlington child sex images pervert told ‘public will not like it’ as he walks free

DEVIANT BEHAVIOUR: pervert David Littlefair outside of Teesside Crown Court

DEVIANT BEHAVIOUR: pervert David Littlefair outside of Teesside Crown Court

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A JUDGE let a child sex offender walk free – despite saying: “The public will not take kindly to it.”

David Littlefair saved and shared indecent images and set up a chat group to speak to other perverts online.

The Darlington man faced up to two years behind bars for his depraved crimes – but dodged prison by “a hair’s breadth”.

At Teesside Crown Court, Recorder Gurdial Singh, told him: “This is a chance. Let me down and you let yourself down.”

The judge added: “This case troubles me. I take the view I can take an exceptional course.

“The guidelines make it clear that for this sort of offending, such is society’s disgust and the nature of these images, an immediate custodial sentence is called for.

“I take the view, and it is not a view I take lightly, it would be unjust to follow the guidelines. It’s not one a judge would normally make.

“You have come within a hair’s breadth of going to prison. Society abhors this sort of behaviour and they will not look kindly upon this sentence. I have given you a chance to cut off this sort of behaviour at its knees.”

The court heard that police seized two devices after going to Littlefair’s home in Sanderson Street and found 11 photos and videos of children being abused.

Officers discovered that the 36-year-old had shared two of the images – including one in the most serious category.

Prosecutor Jenny Haigh said: “In addition, there were chat-logs which confirmed that the defendant was discussing with like-minded individuals various matters about children.

“Some of them are particularly unpleasant. He encouraged other like-minded people to abuse children. He created the chat group.”

When he was quizzed, Littlefair said: “I’ve been stupid – made things up. I just wanted to belong to that group. I’m disgusted with myself. I no longer want to be part of that world. I tried it and didn’t like it.”

Littlefair was given an 18-month community order with a sex offender’s course, and a five-year Sexual Harm Prevention Order which will restrict his use of computers and the internet after he admitted three charges of making indecent images and two of distribution.