Saturday, 1 November 2014
LEON BRITTAN AND PRIVATE EYE
In 1984, the Press Association journalist Chris Moncrieff was taken to meet Leon Brittan.
Conservative Party members of the Monday Club had trips to Holland.
The reasons why we do not trust the Private Eye article are as follows:
1. Yvonne Fletcher was reportedly shot by the Western security services and not by the Libyans.
The author of the Private Eye article defending Brittan was Paul Foot, who may have been unwittingly taken in by a contact within MI5.
(Paul Foot wrote about the Child abuse at the Kincora boys’ home.)
Geller with former UK prime minister Edward Heath, who has reportedly been linked to pedophile rings, allegedly linked to the CIA and Mossad.
It has been reported that, while a Cabinet minister, Brittan was arrested by customs officials for smuggling child pornography in his luggage. The crime, it is alleged, was covered up by the authorities.
Reportedly, detectives seized a list of names of visitors to the Elm Guest House.
The list included the names of several senior MPs including Leon Brittan, an officer of MI5, a high-ranking policeman, a leading tycoon, figures from the National Front and Sinn Fein, an official of the Royal Household, two pop stars and the spy Anthony Blunt who was a friend of Victor Rothschild.
Brittan was Home Secretary at the time when reportedly the Home Office was responsible for a cover-up of sexual abuse allegations.
Brittan allegedly failed to act properly on a dossier about VIP paedophiles handed to him by the Tory MP Geoffrey Dickens in 1983.
Brittan initially claimed never to have received such a dossier, but is later said to have asked Home Office officials to ‘look carefully’ at it.
In 2012, a woman went to the police claiming that when she was a 19-year-old student, she had been raped by Brittan in his London home.
The dailymail is a strong supporter of the Conservative Party, the party of Leon Brittan.
Leon Brittan’s name has been linked to the Elm Guest House boy brothel in London.
Two children who disappeared in south-west London may be linked to Elm Guest House.
Elm Guest is the boy brothel allegedly used by top people linked to MI5, the police and Margaret Thatcher’s cabinet.
The Metropolitan Police say that the boys’ disappearances are not being re-investigated.
Martin Allen, a 15-year-old boy, vanished on 5 November, 1979.
Martin Allen, 15, was last seen by a friend at King’s Cross Tube station as he made his way home from school on November 5, 1979. Martin’s family lived in a cottage in the grounds of the Australian High Commission in Hyde Park Gate, Kensington.
“A member of the public saw an apprehensive boy fitting his description with a man on a Tube train travelling towards Earl’s Court.”
The man was heard to say to the boy: ‘Don’t try to run.’
Earl’s Court is popular with gay Australians.
In 1981, eight-year-old Vishal Mehotra went missing in Putney.
“Vishal, from Putney, south-west London, vanished while shopping with his nanny and sister on the day of the marriage of Lady Diana and Prince Charles.
“The skull and several rib bones of eight-year-old Vishal Mehrotra were discovered in 1982 by pigeon shooters in remote marshland at Durford Abbey Farm, at Rogate, close to the Hampshire-West Sussex border.”
Detective Superintendent Dave Gayler, of Sussex Police said: “We would look at similarities with the murders of Jason Swift and Daniel Handley” (who were abducted in London, abused and then dumped in rural areas)
“Scores of children might have been protected from kidnap, rape and indecent assault” if the police had properly invetigated “the alleged establishment paedophile ring” operating at Elm Guest House in the 1980s.
“At least three men listed in documents as visitors to Elm Guest House…. were later convicted of multiple sex offences against children, The Independent can disclose.”
In 1983, Sir Leon Brittan (right) a senior minister in Margaret Thatcher’s Cabinet was handed Geoffrey Dickens’s dossier on top people’s child abuse rings.
Elm Guest House “became a place where men had sex with young boy prostitutes and later, allegedly, boys and girls from the now-closed Grafton Close children’s home in nearby Hounslow.
“Police raided the property in 1982 and charged its owner, German-born Carole Kasir, with keeping an immoral house but did not arrest any guests.”
Childcare professionals claim that there was an establishment cover-up.
Judge Francis Gilbert, left, and Lord Justice Moses, right, sat with Mr Justice Simon at the Court of Appeal to overturn the original sentence passed on Anthony Milsom. dailymail.
Anthony Milsom, a paedophile from Hull, who is alleged to have stayed at Elm Guest House, later moved to Newtown, Powys, where he was convicted of a string of sex offences.
He was jailed indefinitely in 2011, but six months later appeal court judges reduced his sentence to three-and-a-half years.
Another alleged visitor was Colin Peters, a Foreign Office barrister, who was jailed in 1989 for being part of a child abuse ring “used by highly placed civil servants and well-known public officials”.
The most infamous alleged visitor to Elm Guest House was Warwick Spinks.
Warwick Spinks, convicted in 1995 of very violent child sex offences, committed in Hastings in the UK.
Warwick Spinks is linked to snuff movies.
Award-winning journalist Nick Davies wrote about the grim mysteries of snuff movies.
“One boy had simply been shot through the head, Terry said: he had been causing trouble and had been executed in front of several paedophiles.
“Another, he believed, had been thrown into one of the canals.
“But the one about whom he spoke the most was a boy who had been tortured and killed in the most painful fashion in the course of producing a pornographic video.”
Amsterdam – linked to the ‘Zionist-Nazi-run’ Bilderberg.
Alan Williams, the “Welsh Witch”, and Londoner Warwick Spinks managed boy brothels in Amsterdam.
“Williams boasted of the day in south Wales when he had seen a 10-year-old boy on his bike, grabbed him, raped him, and, when he cried, strangled him.
“From Boys Clubs 21, he organised the importing of boys from Cardiff and London, inflicting intense violence on any who defied him.
“Spinks had been running a mail order pornography business from Brighton, before he moved to Amsterdam”
Spinks trafficking boys, as young as 10, from London and eastern Europe.
Reportedly, the Dutch told the UK police that they lacked sufficient evidence to prosecute.
And reportedly sections of the British police said they lacked the money to investigate what was happening in Europe.
Spinks reportedly made snuff movies – films in which children were murdered.
In the UK, it has been alleged that dangerous child abusers held key positions in certain local government authorities, such as Islington in London.
It has been alleged that these dangerous child abusers had links to child abuse on the island of Jersey and beyond.
In The Mail on Sunday, 3 August 2008, Eileen Fairweather, wrote that Birmingham council illegally sent children into care on Jersey, according to a report by John Hemming, Liberal Democrat Member of Parliament for Birmingham Yardley.