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Was Jimmy savile a trickster archetype?


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Possessing of great intelligence, usually more so than would first appear to be the case on the surface, the trickster is able to navigate their way through life’s challenges using cunning, mischief and trickery.

 

The trickster may also have a gift for entertaining others – when in this guise they are most associated with the clown..

 

https://knowyourarchetypes.com/trickster-archetype/

 

He did massive  damage to the reputations of the BBC, the royals, the tory party,  labour party, the NHS, the whole establishment..  More than anyone else I can think of.

 

Jimmy the trickster? 

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Has anyone ever seen or read anything concrete about how Saville was very good pals with Phillip Schofield? I've a friend who worked on GMB, asked for a transfer (he was a cameraman) because Schofield hit on him a few times, made it awkward, so my mate left. It was common knowledge Schofield like younger men, and boys. Boys if he could get them, young looking men if not, but I can't provide concrete proof of that, so I was wondering if there was anytthing out there which went further into this?

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On 3/26/2021 at 3:38 PM, clownworld said:

Has anyone ever seen or read anything concrete about how Saville was very good pals with Phillip Schofield? I've a friend who worked on GMB, asked for a transfer (he was a cameraman) because Schofield hit on him a few times, made it awkward, so my mate left. It was common knowledge Schofield like younger men, and boys. Boys if he could get them, young looking men if not, but I can't provide concrete proof of that, so I was wondering if there was anytthing out there which went further into this?

 

not read of a link between them, but schofield likes young black schoolboys  to piss on him according to rumours.

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The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) was announced by Theresa May, on 7 July 2014 following the Jimmy Savile scandal. She said that "In recent years we have seen appalling cases of organised and persistent child sex abuse that have exposed serious failings by public bodies and important institutions.”

 

The inquiry was announced by the then Home Secretary to "expose those failures and learn the lessons" from the past.

 

So, how did that go? Were those “lessons” learned? Apparently not!

 

Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has labelled recent claims of sexual abuse in schools as "shocking and abhorrent." And a top police officer has warned that some schools may have covered up sexual offences in order to protect their reputation.

 

No shit? That’s why the IICSA whitewash was instated seven years ago.

 

Sajid Javid has warned of an "epidemic" of child sexual assault and said that an "unintended consequence" of the coronavirus lockdowns had been to make the situation worse.

 

Williamson said, "Any victim of these sickening acts that we've seen reported, should raise their concerns with someone they trust, whether that's a family member or friend, a teacher, social worker, or the police."

 

But the institutions scrutinised for their failings by the IICSA included the police, the courts, the education system, the BBC and the NHS. The expert panel also had the power to examine the behaviour of political parties, the security services and private companies.

 

However, the inquiry was dogged with controversy, with chairwomen coming and going and lawyers quitting their posts. Survivor groups and victims withdrew, describing it as a "debacle" which "lurched from disaster to disaster."

 

Operation Hydrant was set up in 2014 to handle the national policing response, oversight, and coordination of investigations into non-recent child sexual abuse allegations concerning persons of public prominence or in within institutional settings.

 

The police were accused of failing to act on historic abuse claims in government institutions, but when they did, Operation Midland came under investigation itself and the only person convicted was the accuser, while the accused all received a posthumous apology form the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, Bernard Hogan-Howe.

 

So, nothing has been “learned” from the “industrial scale” abuse of the past and now they want to label it as “rape culture." Soma Sara says, “It's about changing behaviour and changing perceptions....It needs to be a cultural change, because it is a cultural problem.”

 

https://news.sky.com/story/schools-could-have-covered-up-sex-offences-to-protect-reputation-top-police-officer-warns-12260019

 

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On 3/28/2021 at 1:18 PM, shadowmoon said:

 

not read of a link between them, but schofield likes young black schoolboys  to piss on him according to rumours.

Goodness me, that escalated quickly! That doesn't really shock me though, Schofield is a wrong 'un, and I wasn't taken by his "Stunning and brave!! Look at me, coming out!!" schtick last year.

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