reply to post by Merriman Weir
The thing is, paedophilia does seem to be far more prevalent within our society than most of us are comfortable with.
If this is to be addressed then a level of openness and transparency is required that very few within our society are prepared or capable of
The wealthy elites certainly don't want details of their sexual activities and the links between politicians / bankers / industrialists / judiciary /
media / civil servants etc and the full extent of their incestuous relationship being revealed to all and sundry.
They fear any such revelations will damage the 'esteem' in which the public hold them and contribute to a shift in power in UK society.
There IS a disproportionate problem with paedophilia and sex abuse within those of rural Pakistani origin - there's nothing racist about recognising
and accepting this, it in no way implies that there is a disproportionate problem with all Muslims.
And we will never begin the process of reducing the risk and instances of paedophilia until we ALL accept the facts and realities without rancour and
It seems acceptable to demonise those most vulnerable and needy within our society, and just how welcome for so many would it be if it was just those
damned, lazy, good-for-nothing, poor plebs who were involved in these vile practices - but the truth is very different.
The revelations about Saville were the first in a series that if proven would / will seriously undermine the publics faith in the very fabric of
This process ceased with the apparent mishandling of the McAlpine affair - the facts of which just don't make sense when any reasonable level of
scrutiny is applied.
The public were convinced of the BBC's malpractice and the appointment of a new overseer seems to have reigned the Beeb in.
And then a dead, fat, Liberal politician who conveniently represented an already tainted community has been offered up as a lamb to slaughter which
seems to satisfy the publics lust for blood.
It seemed to me that the revelations were part of an organised process whose purpose has yet to be revealed, however, this process was hamstringed by
the McAlpine affair with the overall result of a few dead or has-been minor celebrities and an irrelevant MP's reputations tarnished and discredited
- but no more discussion about the doings of both past and present politicians and their nefarious associates.
MSM leap on instances like this in Cornwall to maintain the illusion that paedophilia is a rare occurrence and generally only practiced by those
already outside of the usual social norms or the poor and depraved - whereas the troth is unfortunately much different.
The conspiracy theorist in me can not help but wonder that there appears to be two seperate agenda's at play and not being able to resist the odd
piece of wild speculation I can't but help wonder if there is some sort of schism or disagreement within the ranks of 'the establishment'?
All this when the publication of The Leveson Inquiry is imminent.