Berto Jongman: UK Pedophilia Update — Thatcher Pedophiles, Police Cover Up

Berto Jongman

Berto Jongman

Margaret Thatcher’s Cabinet bigwigs named in Leon Brittan paedo files

The file is said to have named Sir Keith Joseph and Sir Rhodes Boyson amid warnings of an active child abuse network in Westminster

Former Minister says Thatcher aide was paedophile who preyed on boys’ home – and Hague should have known

  • An ex-Tory minister has claimed Sir Peter Morrison was implicated in the child abuse scandal that engulfed children’s homes in North Wales
  • An inquiry discovered up to 650 children in 40 homes were sexually, physically and emotionally in the 1970s and ’80s
  • Rod Richards, a former Tory MP, said he had seen evidence linking the former aide to Baroness Thatcher to the scandal

Police to investigate whether their own officers and politicians tried to ‘cover-up’ alleged abuse at school linked to Cyril Smith

  • Sir Cyril Smith allegedly sexually abused young boys at Knowl View School
  • Despite many complaints by victims, late politician was never prosecuted
  • Separate inquiry to identify who took part in the alleged abuse is ongoing
  • Now, police will investigate alleged cover-up of abuse at Rochdale school
  • They will look at whether own officers and local politicians were part of it

SchwartzReport: Slashing Prison Population Also Slashes Crime — “Smart on Crime” Policies a Huge Success

Stephan A. Schwartz

Stephan A. Schwartz

Here baldly outlined is the truth about the American gulag. The whole concept of a system based on retribution at the meanest level is a failure and a fraud. Here is some proof.

States That Slashed Their Prison Populations Have Seen Disproportionate Drops In Crime, Too
NICOLE FLATOW – Think Progress

The United States still has the highest incarceration rate in the world, but those few states that managed to significantly reduce their prison population over the last decade saw benefits other than reduced lock-up costs. They also saw their crime rate go down at a higher rate than the national average, according to a new report from the Sentencing Project.

The report bolsters the notion that locking up the wrong people doesn’t improve public safety. In fact, ‘smart on crime” policies not only minimize punishment toward non-violent offenders; they can also re-allocate resources toward violent crime.

‘The experiences of New York, New Jersey, and California demonstrate that it is possible to achieve substantial reductions in mass incarceration without compromising public safety,” wrote Marc Mauer and Nazgol Ghandnoosh of the Sentencing Project.

Berto Jongman: Pedophilia Cover-Up by Margaret Thatcher, Broad Loss of Public Trust in Key Institutions, Victims Against MPs Coming Out

Berto Jongman

Berto Jongman

Margaret Thatcher ‘personally covered up’ child abuse allegations against senior ministers

The Tory Prime Minister is said to have held a meeting with a rising star, who was tipped for promotion, and told him: “You have to clean up your sexual act

The extraordinary claims. … go to the very heart of claims that there was an Establishment cover-up to protect politicians , judges and police officers involved in a sick ­paedophile network.

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SchwartzReport: Banking Fraud Plague

Stephan A. Schwartz

Stephan A. Schwartz

This is an extract from Beatrice Edwards’ new book, The Rise of the American Corporate Security State. It is another tale of the corruption that has become the leitmotif of America in the 21st century.

In Banking World, Fraud Is an Epidemic
BEATRICE EDWARDS – Berrett-Koehler Publishers/Truthout

Reason to be afraid #6:

Systemic corruption and a fundamental conflict of interest are driving us toward the precipice of new economic crises.

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See Also (The Book):

The Rise of the American Corporate Security State: Six Reasons to Be Afraid (2014)

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