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Old 11-03-2013, 09:56 PM   #56741
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Look at all my flags!

Representing countries, that she and her ilk have managed to take control of over the years - through genocide and other evil and reprehensible ways.
I wonder whos blood she is using to sign it!!!
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Old 11-03-2013, 10:04 PM   #56742
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that would be this Brian Paddick pictured here with the lovely Esther
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I couldn't bring myself to post the pics.

Why did Esther - that bast(ion) of child protection and morality (think stealing someone else's husband ) not remove herself from the scene? Why make a meal of it? (Sorry)

Just shows a rather dubious character trait imo. Unsavoury. Definitely not innocent.
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Old 11-03-2013, 10:07 PM   #56743
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As the founder of charity ChildLine she is the last person one would expect to sanction giving a child alcohol - but Esther Rantzen admitted she did just that.

The veteran broadcaster has revealed that in a bizarre attempt to deter her daughter Rebecca, she gave the teenager a quardruple vodka cocktail drink with the intention of deliberately making her intoxicated.

The 70-year-old television made the disturbing revelation in an interview on ITV’s Daybreak show during a discussion about bringing up children.

Rebecca told Adrian and Christine that the vodka cocktail left her extremely intoxicated and also said she was drunk at almost every family party



She said: ‘Shall I tell you something terrible I did that I told her, I wouldn’t tell you?’


Esther then explained that the family were on holiday and there was a minibar and she told her young daughter: ‘Right, you want to get drunk, you’re going to get drunk and I’m going to watch you.’

She added: ‘Obviously not too lethal a cocktail but I was hoping that this would put her off (alcohol) forever.’

But Rebecca, interjected and said: ‘Too lethal? It was a quadruple vodka and orange, I was on the floor!’

In fact Rebecca, whose father,Desmond Wilox passed away in 2000, admitted: Most of my family parties I did spend slightly inebriated from the age of about 14.’
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Old 11-03-2013, 10:20 PM   #56744
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That DETESTABLE woman Eggwina Curry!!

How dare she sneer at a victim for not coming forward sooner!
And this woman actually claims to be intelligent!
Does she not know anything about the effects of abuse on a victim mentally?!?
Unbelievable!! Obnoxious woman.
She' is an obnoxious woman, but it wasn't Currie who asked the question. It was Ben ‏@Bennydoneit asking it of her.
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Old 11-03-2013, 10:24 PM   #56745
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Twenty-seven people were arrested in Operation Magenta on Wednesday, including a 15-year-old boy from Cleveland and a 17-year-old from Hertfordshire.



http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/20...s.youthjustice
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Old 11-03-2013, 10:36 PM   #56746
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I'm noting a distinct lack of enthusiasm from many quarters re the forthcoming Red Nose Day............

Wiki has this to say - which sentiment could equally apply to NSPCC etc

Critics of Comic Relief and other BBC charity events say that the BBC is diverting funds from well established charities and smaller charities, there is no accountability for who decides on where the money is held or spent, and the main beneficiary is the BBC – goodwill and free programming – the bankers who hold the funds – and especially the celebrities promoting themselves on prime-time TV for free.

Maybe it's time everyone, who understands the underlying corruption, votes with their wallet. Don't support the slebs self-promotion and corruption.

If these overpaid slebs put their own money into their charities - and that includes our multi-millionaire MP's and royal family and hangers on- there would be no need to take even more from the poor who are generous to a fault - but can't afford it.
Well said, have copied and re-posted.
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Old 11-03-2013, 10:46 PM   #56747
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SO FEW POLICE OFFICERS PROSECUTED AND EVEN FEWER SENT TO JAIL FOR PAEDOPHILIA by Justice Denied Sunday, 17 February 2013

“The Daily Mail reported , 50 police officers have been arrested in child porn raids across the country. Isn’t what we are seeing here just the tip of a much bigger Paedophilia problem within the British Police force? All these Police Officers are compromised how many thousands of others are still being protected?

1.“Adviser to Britain’s police chiefs jailed after downloading child porn
2.Policeman killed himself after child abuse material found, inquest told
3.An ex police officer who was a director of the body that runs the Great Yorkshire Show has been jailed for possessing 4,000 images of child abuse.
4.Police officer accused of child porn offences found stabbed to death in ‘vigilante attack’
5.A police sergeant who admitted using vile child porn websites after his fiancee reported him to colleagues was today spared jail.
6.Police officer on indecent images of children charge
7.An award-winning police inspector who protected Margaret Thatcher when she was Prime Minister in the 1980s has been jailed for sending child porn to other paedophiles.
8.Police officer jailed over indecent images of children
9.Police officer charged with possessing indecent images
10.Roads Policing officer PC Philip Strolin was charged last night and remanded in custody to appear before Swindon Magistrates’ Court today. The 50-year-old based in Buckinghamshire was arrested on Friday, November 19, and has resigned from the force.
11.Philip Savidge, 26, of Alexandra Road, Burgess Hill, pleaded guilty at Lewes Crown Court today, Friday 2 September, to 42 offences of making and distribution of 54,323 indecent images of children, including the possession of 1,681 prohibited and extreme images.”
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Old 11-03-2013, 10:50 PM   #56748
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Look at all my flags!

Representing countries, that she and her ilk have managed to take control of over the years - through genocide and other evil and reprehensible ways.
There are 54 countries in the Commonweath. Seems like many flags are missing. I love her hair though ! Looks like Princess Leia's of Star Wars !
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Old 11-03-2013, 10:55 PM   #56749
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There are 54 countries in the Commonweath. Seems like many flags are missing. I love her hair though ! Looks like Princess Leia's of Star Wars !
Hah yes! Maybe she's got an emergency stash of Tenna Ladies rolled up in one bun, and extra velvetty loo roll in the other.
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Old 11-03-2013, 10:59 PM   #56750
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I have just been reading the Sky News article on the jailing of Chris Huhne and Vicky Pryce.

Prime Minister David Cameron said "It's a reminder that no one however high and mighty is out of the reach of the justice system".

OK Mr Cameron what about the paedophiles?
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I missed these earlier oonalu, what a good interesting find.

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Old 11-03-2013, 11:06 PM   #56752
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I have just been reading the Sky News article on the jailing of Chris Huhne and Vicky Pryce.

Prime Minister David Cameron said "It's a reminder that no one however high and mighty is out of the reach of the justice system".

OK Mr Cameron what about the paedophiles?
its not a reminder at all, its part of the game. their system was falling apart without their tri-annual arrest of a public figure, it will be an open prison, and no other criminal will remember sharing a cell with either of them, nobody wrote their memoirs of the day I spent in prison with Jeffrey Archer, did they?

back to tavistock for a reminder of how it is done

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Old 11-03-2013, 11:07 PM   #56753
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I have just been reading the Sky News article on the jailing of Chris Huhne and Vicky Pryce.

Prime Minister David Cameron said "It's a reminder that no one however high and mighty is out of the reach of the justice system".

OK Mr Cameron what about the paedophiles?
right on dave

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Old 11-03-2013, 11:07 PM   #56754
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I have just been reading the Sky News article on the jailing of Chris Huhne and Vicky Pryce.

Prime Minister David Cameron said "It's a reminder that no one however high and mighty is out of the reach of the justice system".

OK Mr Cameron what about the paedophiles?
There isnt, and never has been any peadophiles in the goverment --FACT !!!
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Old 11-03-2013, 11:08 PM   #56755
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I missed these earlier oonalu, what a good interesting find.
What we know bout ole Heath , the woman bit amazed me
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Old 11-03-2013, 11:09 PM   #56756
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McAlpine admits he owned the Ovenden ‘art’ collection
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Confirmation from the man himself that he previously owned the Ovenden collection
http://www.smh.com.au/articles/2003/...885405797.html

A report in London's Sunday Times noted the collection was initially thought to be that of an ageing roue, with an eye for the ladies, who was now desperate for the 100,000 or so pounds the collection is expected to bring.

The paper then received a tip the seller was the prodigious collector and former Tory treasurer, Lord Alistair McAlpine, who is hardly short of a quid.
But while the peer did assemble the collection, seven years ago he kindly donated 700 photographs by the likes of Bob Carlos Clarke, David Bailey, Terence Donovan, designer Karl Lagerfeld and others to the Art Gallery of NSW. It now appears the anonymous collector who is quietly flogging the snaps is indeed our very own art gallery.


The marketing manager for Bloomsbury Book Auctions, which is handling the sale, would not reveal to Sauce the identity of the seller, except to confirm it was an institution rather than an individual.

Despite the art gallery's director, Edmund Capon, being a friend of Lord McAlpine, the peer knew nothing of the sale until contacted by the Sunday Times.


When Sauce contacted McAlpine, who is busy with the upcoming opening of his B & B, formerly a 14th century convent in southern Italy, his lordship was more miffed by the sleazy title.

"I'm not put out, because if they [the art gallery] want to sell something I gave them, that's their business. The fact is, I just think it was very silly to sell these things.

"While they might not seem of great importance to a curator or photographer sitting in Sydney, which isn't the epicentre of the new world, they are considered to be an important collection."


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We here at DI sourced it before that site http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...ostcount=17715

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Old 11-03-2013, 11:13 PM   #56757
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If you are interested in the #Savile case & the most damming report to date. I will be tweeting key aspect after midnight.
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Old 11-03-2013, 11:14 PM   #56758
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Mark Williams-Thomas‏@mwilliamsthomas

If you are interested in the #Savile case & the most damming report to date. I will be tweeting key aspect after midnight.
why tweet primers?

is he in a pantomime?
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We here at DI sourced it before that site http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...ostcount=17715
When Sauce contacted McAlpine, who is busy with the upcoming opening of his B & B, formerly a 14th century convent in southern Italy, his lordship was more miffed by the sleazy title.

"I'm not put out, because if they [the art gallery] want to sell something I gave them, that's their business. The fact is, I just think it was very silly to sell these things.

"While they might not seem of great importance to a curator or photographer sitting in Sydney, which isn't the epicentre of the new world, they are considered to be an important collection."

Edmund Capon did not return our calls although the gallery did send the Sunday Times an email saying: "Apologies, the gallery is unable to make a comment."

The works are described by a Sunday Times critic as influential, daring and highly formalised and that the clothes depicted "signal glamour and the high-life, not sleaze". "The pictures in this collection were shot as high art, but their effect has been to spread this kind of eroticism throughout the culture," the article said.

"This collection is extraordinary because it captures the moment just before we chose to make eroticism banal, an environmental itch rather than a secret delight."

Please explain this bit to me, does it mean its not kiddie porn

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Old 11-03-2013, 11:19 PM   #56760
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Mark Williams-Thomas‏@mwilliamsthomas

If you are interested in the #Savile case & the most damming report to date. I will be tweeting key aspect after midnight.
God, that means another late night

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