posted on Mar, 2 2013 @ 11:17 PM
The whole ted Heath was paedo first surfaced in documents around 1969 and there were some Newspapers ran articles intimating it was so. Thing is, it
later was shown to have a "Black Propaganda" origin from within the bowels of the British secret services who had a personal beef against Heath. I
would say that, it generally accepted that Heath was homosexual and that was seen as being a total no no, by some members of the establishment. In
some ways, heath was almost open about his sexuality and again, given it had only been made "legal", for consenting adults, some 4-5 years
previously then there was likely still a large rump within the , essentially, conservative establishment who thought this shouldn't be allowed to
To the best of my knowledge the stories about Heath were never published simply because they weren't actually true. The fact that, one of the chief
sources of these stories is an ex SAS person does tend to lend credence to the thought that, it was a deliberate attempt to besmirch Sailor Ted's
Don;t get me wrong, there are high level paedophile rings, of that I have no doubt and it is a matter of time before an ex Tory cabinet minister is
arrested and charged as such however, there seems to be little real evidence to support the theory Ted heath was one of them.
One thing many don't realise is that. The person who was paying the expenses of the editor of the magazine "Scallywag" to travel to Cyprus and
investigate claims of high level paedophile rings was one Asil Nadir. Yes, that Asil Nadir, one time Tory pin up boy who claims he was "set up" over
the accusations of fraud. The editor of Scallwag, who was the firs tto name Lord McAlpine as being guilty of abuse and was never challenged or sued by
said Peer, died on that visit to Cyprus. The car he was a passenger in crashed after its' driver had a "mental breakdown" at the wheel and
deliberately crashed it. The driver survived and has never truly been questioned over what exactly happened that day and how come, that sort of mental
brainstorm had never happened to him before, or for that matter, since.