@Russell to understand my post I think I need to provide some context…
If the UK security services, police and political establishment gave a damn about paedophiles, the UK would not have been covering up - repeatedly - the abuse and murder of young boys by establishment paedophiles. Each day now we’re learning of another MP, or another parent of a missing child, having taken evidence to the police and it not been acted on. Or of an investigation that started, and was then stopped by orders from above. Or of evidence passed to the Home Office that lead to nothing and can no longer be found.
We’ve had two people appointed by David Cameron to chair one inquiry, each of whom had had to step down because they were connected to people who are in some way connected to someone who was to be investigated. One was a sibling! The other a personal friend.
This goes back at least to 1989, with numerous complaints to police and the home office (witnesses, a large dossier, specific complaints and allegations by MPs) not acted on, and evidence “lost”.
Earlier this year, the Wanless report, a government review, found “no evidence” that Sir Peter Hayman (a known paedophile back in 1979) was involved in paedophile activity, meanwhile there is ExaroNews digging up ample evidence that the ex deputy director of MI6 was raping young boys along with MPs and a Cabinet Minister at regular paedophile “parties” at Dolphin Square in London.
This week we’ve learned that the police are now investigating several murders at those “parties” on the evidence of two witnesses - men who were raped there as boys. So far the witnesses have given accounts of brutal physical and sexual abuse, and the brutal sexual murders of three boys, including one by an MP and one by two unknown men in front of a Cabinet Minister (both politicians are still alive and so not named).
A fourth boy was murdered by being run over, as a warning to one boy, who has now had the courage to come forward, and has provided evidence to the police, triggering these investigations.
The idea that the security services had no knowledge of this is not hard to accept, it’s absurd. If they didn’t know, it was an enormous oversight, and a massive security risk. They are supposed to know what anyone, even ordinary folk who are in a position to betray the state are up to, and even if their background checks and monitoring failed to uncover this, there is clear evidence that they must have known. For example, Sir Peter Hayman, once left a briefcase containing paedophile pornography on a bus. For some reason it was recommended not to prosecute him.
In another case a customs officer had come forward to say that they found a video being brought into the country by a Cabinet Minister, and that this video appeared to show the Cabinet Minister in a room where paedophile abuse was taking place. This was passed up the command chain, and no action was taken. Later, it was reported in the press, but due to intervention by the security service, spun as the minister being caught in possession of pornography. Not quite the same at all, so no prosecution, no scandal.
So the security services, the police, and the political establishment are sitting on a time bomb of cover ups and past, possibly present, abuse and other crimes of the most depraved and horrendous kind.
I do not believe that “cracking the dark net” can be taken at face value, or that it is anything to do with paedophiles, but rather in the vein of Snowden, it is about increasing control by undermining security of the population, of legitimate cryptography users, like the fans of MaidSafe. I’m not a paedophile. I really do have nothing to hide for criminal purposes, I just value my privacy, and I see the intrusion of an ever more automated and unaccountable security apparatus and political establishment, as a threat to my liberty and to that of all of us.
These people are far more dangerous than ISIS, just look at what we’re finding out about what they’ve been up to, and how long they’ve been covering it up.
ExaroNews are in the middle of a series of revelations from their investigations, so it’s a unfolding story, but you can get a good overview quickly in the Exaro story thread
Naturally there’s hardly anything about this in the establishment media yet, but it is credible by any measure, and I hope finally out of the bag. Police investigation in the glare of publicity should see this brought into the open, although I think it makes for dangerous times for witnesses, evidence, journalists and investigators. They certainly need the privacy and security of the “dark web.”