KNOWN FOR YEARS Will Great Britain’s pedophile scandal

Will Great Britain’s pedophile scandal

Bring down Lord Carrington?

by Scott Thompson

While former British Foreign Secretary Lord Carrington is

expected to be appointed NATO Secretary General at the

alliance’s foreign ministers meeting on Dec. 8, the Carrington

appointment is ill-timed, to say the least. Alarm bells

have gone off around the current investigation by the British

Home Secretary of a pedophile (child-sex) ring involving

Carrington’s clos·e associates, the former Home Secretary

William Whitelaw, and as yet unnamed members of the Foreign

Office. The spokesman noted that since Edward VIII’s

itbditation, the Profumo scandal, and the recent resignation

of Trade and Industry Minister Cecil Parkinson, many political

disagreements within Great Britain have been settled by

airing sex scandals of the sort now being directed at Lord

Peter Carrington.

Well-informed sources in London report that the palace

pedophilia scandal grew out of two cases: The first was investigation

of a l6-year-old boy who had been seduced and

sodomized during Carrington’s tenure at the Foreign Office.

The second involves the case of Home Office employee Steven

Adrian, the director of an organization called PIE (Pe-

. dophilia Information Exchange). According to the North

American Man􀅷Boy Lovers Association (NAMBLA), a U.S.

pedophile lobbying group, NAMBLA’s British affiliate was

run by Adrian from his office in the British Home Ministry,

untilhe-was fired.

The pedophilia scandal came to public light on Nov. 24

when Tory MP Geoffrey Dickens presented to Home Secretary

John Brittan a dossier containing evid.ence of a “pedophile

ring,” which he says has been operating for some time

out of Buckingham Palace and the Foreign Office. Dickens’s

1\. ‘.. revelations followed a strong attack from Chief Justice Lord

Lane on Great Britain’s “immoral society:; in a speech at

Cambridge University on Nov. 9.

Lord Lane called for a public outcry against a new mo-

􀀒. . rality that lets “buggers” be called “gays” and allows children

to be exposed to heavy doses of pornographic sex and violence

in “video nasties.” Lord Lane’s speech appears to be

the first salvo in an attempt by a Tory faction which has long

opposed Lord Carrington’s detente policy with the Soviet

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Union, to initiate a public cleanup campaign against homosexuality,

pedophilia, and the video nasties to whic􀀆 hundreds

of thousands of youth between 6 and 16 have been exposed.

On the same day that the palace peQophilia scandal broke, an

All-Party Parliamentary inquiry led by Lord Nugent released

its first report on video nasties. The former Archbishop of

Canterbury, Lord Coggan, joined Lord Lane in the


Well-informed observers believe that this effort may have

been started to clean up the rampant homosexuality and child

pornography tolerated until now by Britain’s elite, because

of the mounting war danger: a danger Carrington and his

Foreign Office friends vehemently deny.

Dope, Inc.

The implication of Lord Carrington’s friends at the Foreign

Office in a pedophilia ring is not the only scandal hanging

over Carrington. The pedophilia question opens a Pandora’s

box of international rings that specialize in child sexual

exploitation, but are also involved in the illegal drug traffic

that operates above the level of nations-Dope, Inc. Carrington’s

ties to the top levels of the dope trade are an open secret.

In his Nov. 9 speech at Cambridge, the Chief

Lord Lane cited the fact that 84 percent of all the heroin now

seized en route to Great Britain originates with Afghani rebels

operating from Pakistan and the Indian subcontinent. This

stream of heroin from the “Golden Crescent” is believed by

security experts to reveal the footprints of a drugs-for-guns

trafficking operation set up by Lord Carrington. In 1981 when·

he was British Foreign Secretary, Lord Carrington had sought·

to oust U.S. intelligence control over the Afghani rebel

movement, to gain a bargaining chip with the Soviets.

The massive drug-running of the Carrington-backed Afghani

exiles based in the Peshwahr and Baluchistan regions

of Pakistan also involves opium production in Soviet-held

sections of Afghanistan. Such arrangements are not new to

Lord Carrington. Before becoming Foreign Secretary he sat

at the center of British involvement in Dope, Inc., the $500

billion international illegal narcotics cartel. In 1967 Lord

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Lord Peter Carrington


Carrington joined the board of Barclay’s

Bank, exposed in the 1978 book


Dope, Inc. as the premier British bank

involved in multi-billion dollar offshore

laundering of dirty money from drug

trafficking and other organized crime

activities. Barclay’s is part of a nexus

that includes the Oppenheimer family

interests which cartelized international

gold and diamond markets, the main

commodities used in illegal drug and

gun deals. The Oppenheimer interests,

including Anglo-American Gold Company

and De Beers, have made similar

cartel arrangements for Soviet production

of these commodities.


At the time he joined Barclay’s, Lord

Carrington was on the board of Hambros

Bank, which was involved in joint

ventures with the former Vatican banker

Michele Sindona, now imprisoned in

the United States. His position with

Hambros brought Lord Carrington into

the circles of the Propaganda-2 masonic

lodge of Italy, pinpointed by Italian

magistrates as responsible for every

major coup attempt, assassination, and

terrorist act since the late-1960s’ NATOlinked

“strategy of tension” in Italy.

Implicated in the “strategy of tension”

from the U. S. end was former

U. S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger,

a business partner in Carrington’s

firm Kissinger Associates, Inc. Kissinger

has been named in Italian court testimony

as a member of the Monte Carlo

Lodge set up by P-2 Grand Master, financier

Licio Gelli, and as having threatened

Italian Christian Democratic Party

president Aldo Moro before his murder

by P-2-linked terrorists.


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Although Lord Lane only touched

superficially on certain leads in his

mention of Golden Crescent heroin production

in Pakistan, it is notable that

one of the main transshipment routes

for this production has more recently

been identified as the Bulgarian Connection.

Italian magistrates investigating

the kidnapping of NATO Gen. James

Dozier turned up links between the Red

Brigades and the secret services of Bulgaria,

fronting for the Soviet KGB. Later,

Italian magistrates uncovered the

biggest arms-for-drugs nexus ever, protected

by P-2 connected banks in Milan,

and following the same Gold Crescent

gun- and drug-running circuits in which

Mehmet Ali Agca was safehoused before

his attempt to kill Pope John Paul



At the same time Carrington was

starting his Afghan operation, U.S. intelligence

reported that the British foreign

minister entered into collaboration

with the Soviet Union in a scheme to

assassinate Egyptian President Anwar

Sadat, who during his last months of

life embarked on a campaign to clean

up Dope, Inc.’s arms-for-drugs trafficking

in Egypt. Mutual business interests

with Moscow’s KGB may explain

why Lord Carrington’s circles are reported

to have again offered to partition

Iran with the Soviet Union. It would

also help explain why, according to

British sources, it is Lord Carrington’s

circles who have advised Britain to

withdraw from the international peacekeeping

force, at a time when Sovietbacked

Syria has consolidated control

over the greater part of Lebanon, including,

of course, the hashish and opium-

producing Bekaa valley.


Carrington at NATO would not only

be a strategic disaster, but a walking

time-bomb ready to explode into a bigger

scandal than the Profumo affair. Security

experts have long warned that the

sexually deviant behavior of Lord Carrington’s

associates, recorded by multiple

intelligence agencies, including his

would-be negotiating partners in the

KGB, represents a massive security risk.

Now, it appears that some members of

Great Britain’s establishment second  

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