Detective says top brass sabotaged his bid to expose Blair minister in Establishment paedophile ring

Crack Scotland Yard detective says top brass sabotaged his bid to expose Blair minister in Establishment paedophile ring

  • Detectives identified 12 suspected abusers operating in children’s homes
  • The 1998 list included a minister in Tony Blair’s government and a celebrity
  • Inspector Clive Driscoll was moved off case and transferred to a new area
  • He was told of ‘orders from on high’ before investigation was shut down

Former police inspector Clive Driscoll was investigating a minister in Tony Blair's government suspected of being linked to a paedophile ring in 1998 when he was moved off of the case

One November day in 1998, a group of officials from Lambeth Council found themselves in an upstairs meeting room at Mary Seacole House, a concrete office block in South London.

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Queering the Schools


Gay activist groups, with teachers’ union applause, are importing a disturbing agenda into the nation’s public schools.

School districts that refuse to go along with the homosexual agenda now must contend with the American Civil Liberties Union, too.Read More

Why is the Australian Government so frightened of David Icke?

David Icke fans say his Australian visa application is being deliberately delayed

Icke claims his initial application was rejected in September, and he was forced to submit a second with detailed personal information and character references

 Englishman David Icke, a former professional footballer and TV sport presenter, is best known for his theory the world is run by a cabal of giant shape-shifting lizards.
Supporters of conspiracy theorist and self-declared “Son of the Godhead” David Icke are campaigning to have the Briton’s Australian visa granted, claiming the immigration department is delaying its approval to dissuade him from coming.
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