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Monday, November 19, 2012

Lord McAlpine in BBC £185k scam

Lord McAlpine in BBC £185k scam

'Spread false defeat to gain public sympathy; or false accusation and then arrange for it to be exposed as such – so the accuser will forever be treated with suspicion.(Lord McAlpine)


Anonymous said...

I think there is something much, much bigger under all this.
My premise is that all these cases of paedophila are linked, that a common element is responsible. This element is able to influence the BBC, heads of inquiries, the judiciary, the police, magistrates, children’s homes, the victims.

Children in care were buggered to make money and possibly entrap people to be blackmailed or used later. The outing of Saville was a step too close to the organisation that ran the operation. I believe the BBC programme was devised to stem the flood, to take away the focus from child abuse and in particular the scenario that all the cases up and down the country and in Jersey are linked to the one organisation.

Now the spotlight has deviated from child abuse to the BBC and to suing people who named McAlpine. So quite conveniently censorship of Twitter can be added to censorship of the whole media. No one will dare mention any other names concerning child abuse, which will maintain the secrecy of the abuse organisation.

According to the Daily Star, 'Mr King, a county councillor and former chair of North Wales ­Police ­Authority, was one of only 12 people given copies of the 1996 Jillings Report, which named ­every abuser.' Mr King has just had what could have been a very serious accident in which his brake pedal came off.

Anonymous said...

I think it's a funny little irony indeed that it should be Lord McAlpine who was at the centre of this little stunt given the team behind this other little stunt below:

Tony Bennett? Yes the same Tony Bennett who left Labour in 97 over Europe and the Maastricht Treaty and sought refuge with those who made up Goldsmith's Referendum Party. Later going on to found the Madeleine Foundation and taking an eager interest in exposing paedophiles and homosexuals.

Michael Shrimpton: yes the man who defended Bennett in court and who later went on to submit the fantastical 'Madeleine Report' for Gerard International (and assorted readers of the Mirror Forum). This report blamed a EU paedophile ring.

Like Bennett, Shrimpton also left Labour in '97 and similarly took refuge in the Referendum Party - who had in '97 been taken over by - you guessed it the very same Lord McAlpine.

McAlpine later funded the Bruges Group where Shrimpton was co-chair.

The McAlpine Contractors referred to in the Telegraph Story are of course owned by Lord Robert/Alistair McAlpine.

Funny that Bennett should borrow these signs from McAlpine given their mutual friends and interests.

You have to wonder if these signs were stolen at all and not just props in an elaborate stunt for the press.

I see he's back in court with the McCanns. Same old story but a different cast?

I always thought Bennett and Shrimpton were more about dis-informing the public than in informing the public.