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Old 17-02-2013, 05:52 AM   #50741
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Another cover up to hide the real perpetrators.... I hinted at this on my blog hoping that somebody would pick up the connection..

Jimmy..do you mind posting a link to your blog.
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Old 17-02-2013, 08:04 AM   #50742
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That would be my interpretation also.

I'm prepared to take seriously the idea that Bob Dylan is a devil worshipping Illuminati Satanist freak if someone can furnish any evidence. As of now, there is none.
surely his godawful singing voice is proof enough?
that must have been spawned in hell itself

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Old 17-02-2013, 08:19 AM   #50743
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Old 17-02-2013, 08:27 AM   #50744
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And as if by magic a "Lolita" pornographer John Jesnor Lindsay appears showing his pedo filth in cinema's including the Exxon Cinema Club run by David Waterfield in Danbury Street Islington. Didn't take long did it? Small World in the Ponerastic Establishment isn't it?

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Old 17-02-2013, 08:41 AM   #50745
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That's basically correct - though I think he said the other man was dressed as a priest, though, rather than a vicar.

Of the two arrested in relation to Elm House so far, one was a priest.
Not sure if this has already been posted but the priest linked to Elm Guest House is Tony McSweeney see here.

This man, according to This is Your Life was/is friends with Frank Bruno. This YouTube video links Bruno with various dubious characters.


Has Frank been discussed on here? He did have a massive breakdown, remember?
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Old 17-02-2013, 08:44 AM   #50746
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hear hear ttw4

AND GOJAM
Go jam is back



Isn't he?
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Old 17-02-2013, 08:47 AM   #50747
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Yes, and Gojam.

Unfortunately, at the moment, he has more pressing
issues to deal with. He'll be back, don't worry.
That's right. I remember now is lovely gran is very ill
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Old 17-02-2013, 08:49 AM   #50748
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He admits to giving himself up to a "destiny".
Then laughs about it. You don't normally, almost
guilitly, sheepishly, laugh about giving yourself to God.
No guilt there.
And yes, I still listen to Dylan's music myself.
Bob Dylan- Subterranean Homesick Blues


The guys at the back are Robbie Robertson of the and and Allen Ginsberg member of PIE (who enjoy raping children) and friend (also former housemate I think) of Arthur C Clarke (who enjoyed raping children). Nice friends you got there Bob.

I don't care how talented our Heroes are I'm not apologising for their Crimes or the sick world they operate in.

This is not a miniscule problem confined to a miniscule part of any industry this is very much part and parcel of Establishment life. Savile got away with it for decades why? Politicians we've uncovered got away with it why? Every fucker got away with it why? Can you see what it is yet? This World of False Heroes with False Leaders cannot be trusted to police itself because it won't. It is their World not ours and children being raped tortured and killed is just another perk along with the giftbags. Wipe the illusions from your eyes the world that we knew in the past is over we nail them whoever or whatever they are full stop!
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Old 17-02-2013, 08:50 AM   #50749
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Interesting article in the Telegraph about Big Ears. MSM journos seem to be re-discovering their balls, finally.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/ukne...-approval.html
There's that 33 again


A Freedom of Information request disclosed that the Prince has been consulted on an average of three laws every year over the past 11 years. Inall he was consulted on 33 laws over past 11 years, far higher than previously disclosed.

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BBC News boss who presided over Jimmy Savile Newsnight scandal to head up corporation's radio network

Boaden was BBC News executive when Jimmy Savile controversy erupted
Temporarily stepped aside as Savile saga emerged and offered to resign
Understood to have been offered the job previously by George Entwistle

By Paul Revoir and Jill Reilly

PUBLISHED: 11:24, 14 February 2013 | UPDATED: 00:08, 15 February 2013

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New role: Helen Boaden, the executive in charge of BBC News when the Jimmy Savile controversy erupted

New role: Helen Boaden, the executive in charge of BBC News when the Jimmy Savile controversy erupted

The BBC’s most high-profile woman executive is moving to a new job just days before the release of explosive transcripts into the Corporation’s handling of the Savile scandal.

Helen Boaden, formerly director of news, is to become director of radio following months of speculation about her future.

The switch is technically a sideways move for Miss Boaden, 56, although some regard running the huge news operation as the bigger role.

Confirmation of her move comes shortly before the BBC publishes thousands of pages of evidence used by former head of Sky News Nick Pollard in his report into why Newsnight ditched an investigation into Jimmy Savile.

Miss Boaden, 56, had been criticised in the report for failing to tackle the ‘virtual meltdown’ in parts of the news department.

The testimonies, emails and texts are expected to be published at the end of next week and insiders admit that some of them may be embarrassing to a number of senior BBC executives.

Miss Boaden, who has been in charge of BBC News since 2004, was told last week that incoming director general Lord Hall would like her to move to radio and yesterday the BBC confirmed this will take place after Easter.

Miss Boaden, a former controller of Radio 4, said: ‘It is a huge pleasure to be returning to my first love of radio. The British public love BBC Radio and I intend to cherish and champion it.’
Change: The appointments have been made by incoming director-general Tony Hall before he takes up his position in April
James Purnell

Change: Former culture secretary James Purnell, right, is to join the BBC in a major strategic role. The appointments have been made by incoming director-general Tony Hall, left, before he takes up his position
Together: Jimmy Savile and Helen Boaden are pictured at the Savoy Hotel in London in December 2006

Together: Jimmy Savile and Helen Boaden are pictured at the Savoy Hotel in London in December 2006

At the height of the Savile crisis she temporarily ‘stepped aside’ from her £340,000 a year role, and it was later revealed she had at one point offered to resign.

There is speculation that the former editor of The Times, James Harding, will be handed her former post.

Mr Hall said of his appointments to the senior management team: 'I am building a senior team that will define the BBC and public service broadcasting for the next decade.

'It will be a team that is made up of outstanding talent from outside the BBC combined with the best people from within.

'There will be more changes over the coming months and there is a lot of hard work ahead but today's appointments are the first steps in delivering that vision.'

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There will also be changes to the role which acting director-general Tim Davie will take on in April when Mr Hall arrives.

Mr Hall was appointed director-general following the resignation of George Entwistle, after just 54 days in the job.

Mr Entwistle quit, saying that as editor-in chief he had to take 'ultimate responsibility' for a Newsnight investigation that had led to the former Conservative Party treasurer, Lord McAlpine, being wrongly accused of child abuse.
Will he be next? Lord Patten, right, with George Entwistle as he announces his resignation on Saturday night

Change of direction: Boaden is understood to have previously been offered the job by the then director general George Entwistle, who left in November (seen here resigning next to Lord Patten,) but turned it down

Mr Davie - formerly the director of BBC audio and music - will become CEO of the corporation's commercial arm BBC Worldwide, and this role is being expanded to include 'a more strategic global perspective'.

This will involve developing the BBC's international brand and editorial strategy.

Mr Davie said: 'I am very pleased to take on the important task of building the BBC brand globally and leading a growing, creative BBC Worldwide.'

BBC Radio 2 and 6 Music controller Bob Shennan had been an early favourite for the radio role, which was previously held by Tim Davie.

As director of news, Miss Boaden was responsible for more than 8,000 staff and was in charge of all of the broadcaster’s news and current affairs output, including Question Time, Panorama, the Today Programme and Newsnight.
Crisis: The BBC needs a radical overhaul following the resignation of its chief executive in wake of a scandal over a botched report on child sex-abuse allegations, Lord Patten said

Ms Boaden said: 'It is a huge pleasure to be returning to my first love of radio. I look forward to working with our outstanding controllers and some of the most creative on and off air talent in the BBC'

It is known that she told Mr Entwistle – then running BBC TV – at an awards lunch last year that Newsnight was planning to run a report about claims that Savile abused young girls, which could affect Mr Entwistle’s plans for Christmas shows paying tribute to the presenter.
MEMO: 'BITTERSWEET MOMENT'

In a memo to news staff, Ms Boaden said that her move was a 'bittersweet moment', as she listed some of the notable moments in output during her tenure in news.

They included coverage of the Asian tsunami, the banking crisis, the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Arab Uprising, the edition of Question Time featuring BNP leader Nick Griffin and the hunt for gunman Raoul Moat, as well as the Olympic Torch relay.

She wrote: 'I confess that it is a bittersweet moment for me. Everyone knows that I love radio and always have. So naturally I genuinely relish returning to this cherished and uniquely creative part of the BBC, especially under a new DG (director-general) who is passionate about its importance.

'But leaving News and all of you is undoubtedly a wrench. I believe I may be the longest serving Head of News over the past 25 years.'

She added: 'It has been a huge privilege and an absolute pleasure to lead you.'

Sources at Newsnight have also suggested that she warned the programme’s then editor, Peter Rippon – who has also since stepped aside – that he needed to be sure of his facts before screening any claims that Savile was a criminal.

She resumed her role as director of BBC News in December after further blunders - caused by a change in the chain of command in news while an inquiry was ongoing - led to Lord McAlpine being wrongly identified as being involved in a sexual abuse scandal.

She began at the corporation almost 30 years ago, working as a news producer at BBC Radio Leeds before going on to work as a reporter and then editor of Radio 4’s File on 4, and as a presenter on Woman’s Hour.

She took responsibility for business programmes on the station in 1997 and was made station controller three years later.

Fiercely defensive of the station’s ‘intelligent’ programming that ‘feeds the mind’ she helped it to reach audiences of 10million for the first time.

Despite running Radio 4 during another BBC crisis – when an infamous Today programme report sparked the Hutton Inquiry – she escaped censure because the show is governed by the BBC News division.

In the wake of the scandal Miss Boaden was promoted to become said division’s first female director in 2004.

Last year she applied to become director general but was beaten by Mr Entwistle.

It is understood she was offered a senior role in radio instead, but turned it down.

Ms Boaden said Fran Unsworth would become acting director of news from March 19.

She took that position during the period in which Ms Boaden stepped aside.

They cannot be trusted to police themselves. We must hold them accountable because no one else will. I'm sick of this shit!

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Old 17-02-2013, 08:56 AM   #50751
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I share both your frustration and your optimism. Tonight I had to explain what the Berlin Wall was to my 16 year old neighbours daughter. She hadn't heard of it. It wasn't her fault it hadn't been taught in school by useless bloody teachers but she knew aaaaaaallllllll about Auschwitz though. No context no background no explanation just a bunch of emotive lumps left to bump around her subconscious. Not good enough! What is heartening is that when I mentioned the Berlin Wall SHE WANTED TO KNOW MORE. And it was a pleasure to explain to show my photos my piece of graphitied wall even my east german workers hat. She knows more about Europe from 1945 until now than any of her schoolmates and it took less than 30minutes. She WILL wake up I saw the lightbulb click on in her head. Our battle isn't against people who don't want to know but against an Establishment that doesn't want them to know! Knowledge is infectious! Even though this thread moves in peaks and troughs keep plowing on this isn't going away it's growing damn right we are winning!
I call them .sLeeple not sheeple. I used to be one.
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Old 17-02-2013, 09:00 AM   #50752
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Thank you for trusting us to share that - big hugs to you
Thank You so much (hugs to all)
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Old 17-02-2013, 09:01 AM   #50753
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ive always thought of bruno as a decent bloke but it really does appear as if hes in it up to his neck

frank tell the truth about what you know



and also, there is prince charles yet again - he just seems to go out of his way to associate himself with these people

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ps I love you all and you are my best friends!
now that is soppy...lol
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Old 17-02-2013, 09:12 AM   #50755
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heres a few i'd like to see

PRINCE CHARLES JAILED

MANDELSON ARRESTED

QUEEN STRIPPED OF CROWN

MI5 DISBANDED OVER PAEDO SHAME

BLAIR CHARGED WITH CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY

POPE COMMITS SUICIDE
How about large net catches huge fishes around Barbados

Warren Buffet buys the beans and Carole Caplin spills them

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Old 17-02-2013, 09:19 AM   #50756
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An ex-Tory Cabinet minister is set to be arrested by police over claims he abused boys and raped a young girl.

The former Conservative minister is being investigated by Scotland Yard's paedophile unit after a woman came forward to claim he raped her as a child.

The man, who cannot be named for legal reasons, is suspected to have been linked to child rapist and killer Sidney Cooke who tortured and killed 14-year-old Jason Swift in 1985.


What's all this then?
A fly on the wall at the initial meeting between Lord - and the police might hear something like this???:-

"I'm afraid, sir, that public opinion - something we both find irritating - means that we have to take occasional action… so we look as if we are doing something to right a wrong which 'they' say we've sat upon for 40-50 years. It is, though, very tiresome for the lads and you would have thought that particularly with our help over the decades, old Savile might have left us a better legacy. Hey ho, sir, ‘that’s life’ (*Damn! told not to say that!) - ‘a policeman’s lot’ and all that.
Anyhow, oh thanks for the whisky and cigars by the way, we've had a chat -the lads and me-and consulted with my boss who, as a fellow Mason, I think you know well. In fact sir he particularly asked me to pass on his best wishes to you and your family.
The thing is we need to be seen to be doing something and the public are getting bored with those easy showbiz pickings, so, just to offer a bit of variety you understand, we thought we might highlight a couple of politicians next. That’s where you come in. My boss says you will remember owing him a favour – he mentioned some sort of break you both had some years ago on the Yorkshire coast.(*Careful, sir, you nearly spilled your single malt!) Anyhow, he hopes you won’t mind a bit of inconvenience and publicity in return; just so we are seen to be strenuously investigating your historic involvement in matters relating to abuse of kiddies.
There is absolutely no need to worry, sir. We won’t be doing anything at all for a few weeks and (nod,nod, wink, wink!) precious little after that. This period, though, gives you plenty of time to get rid of any embarrassing bits and pieces and of course, as a matter of courtesy, I’ll phone you a few days beforehand just make sure that it’s convenient for us to pop round.
Thank you for your time sir. Oh, another bottle; my boss thought you’d be very generous….and he was right.”
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Old 17-02-2013, 09:30 AM   #50757
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I call them .sLeeple not sheeple. I used to be one.
I like that . The process of being awake alternates with periods of time when sleep is a necessity a point lost on most. Its a vital biological function to allow repairs to occur. Our version of waking up is traumatic a violent shock its up to the individual to take that burden on. When I was talking to that girl I kept to the facts I didn't stray into truther territory. I couldn't! Waking up is nasty and btw not always beneficial she can find her own way I won't take responsibility for wiping smiles off faces. Waking up parallels the 5 stages of grief who'd wish that awful turmoil on anyone not prepared or ready?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/K%C3%BCbler-Ross_model

The stages, popularly known by the acronym DABDA, include:[2]

1. Denial — "I feel fine."; "This can't be happening, not to me."
Denial is usually only a temporary defense for the individual. This feeling is generally replaced with heightened awareness of possessions and individuals that will be left behind after death. Denial can be conscious or unconscious refusal to accept facts, information, or the reality of the situation. Denial is a defense mechanism and some people can become locked in this stage.
2. Anger — "Why me? It's not fair!"; "How can this happen to me?"; '"Who is to blame?"
Once in the second stage, the individual recognizes that denial cannot continue. Because of anger, the person is very difficult to care for due to misplaced feelings of rage and envy. Anger can manifest itself in different ways. People can be angry with themselves, or with others, and especially those who are close to them. It is important to remain detached and nonjudgmental when dealing with a person experiencing anger from grief.
3. Bargaining — "I'll do anything for a few more years."; "I will give my life savings if..."
The third stage involves the hope that the individual can somehow postpone or delay death. Usually, the negotiation for an extended life is made with a higher power in exchange for a reformed lifestyle. Psychologically, the individual is saying, "I understand I will die, but if I could just do something to buy more time..." People facing less serious trauma can bargain or seek to negotiate a compromise. For example "Can we still be friends?.." when facing a break-up. Bargaining rarely provides a sustainable solution, especially if it's a matter of life or death.
4. Depression — "I'm so sad, why bother with anything?"; "I'm going to die soon so what's the point?"; "I miss my loved one, why go on?"
During the fourth stage, the dying person begins to understand the certainty of death. Because of this, the individual may become silent, refuse visitors and spend much of the time crying and grieving. This process allows the dying person to disconnect from things of love and affection. It is not recommended to attempt to cheer up an individual who is in this stage. It is an important time for grieving that must be processed. Depression could be referred to as the dress rehearsal for the 'aftermath'. It is a kind of acceptance with emotional attachment. It's natural to feel sadness, regret, fear, and uncertainty when going through this stage. Feeling those emotions shows that the person has begun to accept the situation.
5. Acceptance — "It's going to be okay."; "I can't fight it, I may as well prepare for it."
In this last stage, individuals begin to come to terms with their mortality, or that of a loved one, or other tragic event. This stage varies according to the person's situation. People dying can enter this stage a long time before the people they leave behind, who must pass through their own individual stages of dealing with the grief.

How the hell can you feel superior when you tell somebody their World is dead?
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is that pete murray with his arm around savile?
Yes
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heres a few i'd like to see

PRINCE CHARLES JAILED

MANDELSON ARRESTED

QUEEN STRIPPED OF CROWN

MI5 DISBANDED OVER PAEDO SHAME

BLAIR CHARGED WITH CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY

POPE COMMITS SUICIDE

I like it......I really like it

Wow......lots of action in the last 24hrs. Interesting days team
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i'm dying to see what andrew neil has to say aboiut this story this morning
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