So Who’s Making Up Innuendos About Leon Brittan

The rumor mill has gone wild since the death of alleged dossier – shredder Leon Brittan. Bizarrely his friend Lord Deben seems to think the various allegations raging from Brittan’s role in covering up the activities of a Westminster paedophile ring, to his actual involvement in sexual abuse of children only originated recently.

Politicians who have used Twitter to make “innuendos and insinuations” about Lord Brittan are “wicked” and should “shut up”, a friend of the late peer has said.

Lord Deben, a former cabinet minister, accused MPs of maligning Lord Brittan’s reputation “in order to make themselves look as if they know something when they don’t”.

Brittan was also also accused of “improper conduct with children” by Labour MPs in the Commons in October last year, sparking a row over parliamentary privilege.

Two dossiers submitted to the Home Office, one by Geoffrey Dickens, the late Tory MP, the other by Former Labour Cabinet Minister Baroness (Battling Barbara) Castle but no record of any subsequent criminal inquiry has been found and both dossiers have disappeared.

Earlier this week another secret government file on ‘the unnatural sexual behaviour’ of politicians and public servants at Westminster was found by an academic carrying out research at the Government’s National Archive in Kew.

Is it too much of a very coincidence that the government figure whose name featured most prominently in the case died just a day after the ‘unnatural sex’ folder was handed to the authorities and news of its existence was leaked to the media? You may say that, we could not possibly comment.

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The Left Are So Hopeless, They Can’t Even Conspire Properly

I was in a thread about the Westminster paedophile cover up earlir this week, one of the subjects being discussed was the Geoffrey Dickens dossier that was conveniently lost when the current controversy over cover ups of Cyril Smith’s activities arose.

Naturally the name of ex Home Secretary and Former Future Prime Minister Leon Brittan started to be bandied about then, as Smith was not tho only MP about whome rumours had circulated since the 1980s (another, to make it a genuine all-party affair, was Greville (now Lord) Janner.

There was much good humoured banter of the nudge-nudge, wink-wink variety going on (I contributed a couple of Hush Puppies references) when a commenter who tagged himself ‘Andy’ decided to put us all straight about the Dickens dossier and sill conspiracy theories in general (and no I’m not going to give him a link, the tawt will only think he impressed me.)

He seemed to think that a statement made by Dickens in 1987, saying he believed the Home Secretary had acted properly and the dossier had subsequently gone missing when a UFO hovering over Dolphin Square had lifted three boys who had complained of being abuse and other evidence relating to Parliamentary paedophines in a tractor beam before going into warp speed and entering a wormhole that took it to a galaxy on the other side of the universe. Or something like that.

Lies, lies, and more lies. The facts are that Dickens went to see the Home Secretary in November 1983 and the following year (March 20th) a letter was sent to him from the Home Office stating that any relevant information had been passed to the Police. In Parliament Dickens acknowledged that he had always found the Home Office very cooperative and on 31 March 1987 said “I should like to place on record my thanks to the Home Office and the departments within the Home Office for following up the many cases that I keep sending to it. I should also like to thank the Attorney-General. They have been very helpful and a strength to me in my campaigns.”

As Dickens remained a member of the Commons until he died in 1995 and at no time (as far as I can see) did he object to the way the Home Secretary had acted. As you give no evidence to refute this your comments must be regarded as rubbish.

Poor Andy was blissfully unaware that since the current scandal blew up, several witnesses (including a serving Labour MP, John Mann of Bassetlaw) have said Geoffrey Dickens confided to them he had been pressured to make that statement and had ‘feared for his safety.

In fact our conspiracy theorist theorist was quite convinced the fact that Dickens statement was recorded in Hansard, the record of Parliamentary proceedings, should have put the matter to be and only right wing nut jobs kept going on about it.

Funny that, who would have thought that a lie is recorded in Hansard would make it true. Does anyone else remember a certain A C L Blair standing up in The House Of commons, waving a folder and claiming it was a dossier on Saddam Hussein’s weapons of mass destruction. It was recorded in Hansard.

And of course when Cyril Smith was questioned about his obnoxious appeties, Hansard records his denials. And recently, when David, (now Lord) Steel, one of the few politicians of the past 50 years that most people trusted) was asked why he did not act to ensure the Smith allegations were properly investigated he told The House Of Lords he had heard no allegations against Smith.

A few days after that a former Lib Dem employee leaked a meno steel had sent while still the leader, recommending that the party in Rochdale do whatever was necessary to cover up the Cyril Smith story. But Steel’s denial is in Hansard so it must have been true according to our reality challenged friend.

And then there’s ALL THIS:
Metropolitan Police detective’s fears of Westminster paedophile ‘cover-up’

Then there was this:
Westminster Paedophile Network update; Dolphin Square – liveleak

I really have nothing against very stupid people who readily swallow the propaganda pumped out by mainstream media, but I do wish they would not interrupt with their idiotic conspiracy theories, (“Oh yes, it’s that David Icke you know, he’s in it up to his neck, conspiring with Farage and Guido Fawkes.”) when the grown ups are trying to have a bit of fun.

And how many years have passed since we accidentally named Brittan as the alleged parliamentary paedophile

At last somebody has had the courage to mention names. The name of former future Prime Minister Leon Brittan, which Boggart Blog let slip in 2007, has been associated officially with sex abuse allegations that have circulated for over twenty years. At the height of his success Brittan suddenly quit as Home Secretary after being strongly tipped to succeed Margaret Thatcher, to take up a sinecure as an EU commissioner. His name has been linked with paedophilia allegations since the 1980s.

Now, as the establishment tries to close ranks around their own once again, appointing a friend of Brittan to head an inquiry into previous cover ups by senior figures in government of allegations that several Conservative, Labour and Lib Dem MPs were involved in a child abuse ring, somebody has at last had the courage to say the name at the centre of it.

A Labour MP has used parliamentary privilege to accuse former Home Secretary Leon Brittan of ‘improper conduct with children’.

He used a Commons debate on the 1984-85 miners’ strike to suggest that those who took part in the industrial action will not be surprised by the allegations against Lord Brittan.

The remarks from Jim Hood, who said there were ‘reports about child abuse being linked with’ the Conservative politician, were criticised as ‘disgusting’ by business minister Matthew Hancock.

Under parliamentary privilege, MPs can make contentious allegations without fear of prosecution for slander or contempt of court. But critics said Mr Hood’s comments were an abuse of this privilege.

The row comes amid calls for the head of the official inquiry into historic child sex abuse to resign over links to Lord Brittan, now 75. Fiona Woolf has admitted attending dinner parties with the politician, who was in charge of the Home Office in the 1980s.

It has been claimed that Lord Brittan was handed a file, which is now missing, in late 1983 which allegedly detailed child abuse at the highest levels of Westminster.

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Ssssh! What’s that we hear? Could it be the sound of a heavily built man wearing hush puppies running for the hills.

Strangely, as news broke today of a damning report on the failure of Manhester’s Labour controlled council and highly politicised police force to act on allegations of organised sexual abuse of young girls, I have yet to hear one single voice from the left raised in protest about these shameful cases of what amounts to criminal negligence by Labour run councils and their officers. Foucking hypocrites.