FACEBOOK POST – 9th AUGUST 2015.
EDWARD HEATH (THE PAEDOPHILE) AND HIS FRIENDS.
For those not familiar with the allegations that have been circulating concerning the former Prime Minister, Edward Heath, allow me to enlighten you. Heath is alleged to have been a supporter / member of the Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE). He is also alleged to have been involved in snuff movies and child killing. Yes it all sounds unbelievable but set this in the context of the Commissioner of The Metropolitan Police having already gone on record as saying they are investigating the alleged involvement of former government ministers, et al, in child killing at Dolphin Square. Those who now dive in to protect their former ‘colleague’ and ‘friend’ would be well advised to take a step back.
Then there are those who are now saying in the national media (Nick Ross of the BBC is among them), who dare to suggest, that just because these evil acts were perpetrated upon children 30 / 40 / 50 years ago the perpetrators should not be exposed and/or brought to book. Personally I expect such petitioning from the BBC and some of its employees. The organisation was responsible of harbouring legions of paedophiles and furthering their social /liberal agenda. When they had the documentation and information that would have enabled them to destroy PIE they chose not to use it. They deliberately suppressed it. I would like to see these paedophile apologists (Nick Ross among them) come face to face with the victims of the perpetrators of this evil and tell them why they should be denied justice.
Roy Jenkins, the former Labour Home Secretary and ‘architect of the permissive society, was also a PIE supporter. There are serving Peers from the Labour benches who also supported PIE. The deputy leader of the Labour Party, Harriet Harmen, Jack Dromey, MP, and the former Labour cabinet minister, Patricia Hewitt all provided PIE with credibility and a safe haven when they allowed it to affiliate with the NCCL.
PIE was the epicentre of paedophilia in the United Kingdom from 1974 – 1984. Heath, et al, supported it. Harman, Dromey & Hewitt, in effect, promoted it. You ain’t seen, read or heard, nothing yet. Brian Binley, Nick Ross and their like minded supporters should take note and reassess their priorities.
“Why on the scantiest of evidence are the police encouraging such a fuss over Mr Heath who, after all, died ten years ago? The huge publicity is bound to excite fantasists, as well as false memory syndrome from which none of us is immune.”
THE VOICE OF COMPLACENCY???
Nick Ross – BBC TV Presenter – Crimewatch