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STATE-RUN PAEDOPHILIA in the United Kingdom Linking Back to Australia

Boys in care were allegedly being groomed for sex at parties at a south-west London house attended by well-known and powerful figures such as Cliff Richards.

The photo was taken by children's advocate Mary Moss who was suspicious that police had ulterior motives when they seized it the boxes of records relating to the Elm Guest House in England. She had continuously reported the abuse of children by paedophiles to police and was silenced and her name smeared. Police seized her boxes of evidence in November 2012, never to be seen again, except for the few photos which she managed to capture before it was stolen.

The above document which was seized by police and is now missing has some very famous and influencial names on it such as "Keith Richards" and disgraced disgraced late MP Cyril Smith who was accused of abusing boys.

In this next video you will see how "Sir" Cliff Richards is implicated in the Elm Guesthouse.

Also there is notorious disgraced spy and relative of the queen Anthony Blunt.

Leon Brittan (above) MP, ex Home Secretary now Trade Adviser and member of the House of Lords is also on the list of regulars at the Elm Guest House.

Disgraced former MP Harvey Proctor (above), charged with gross indecency in 1987. He is currently secretary to the Duchy of Rutland.

Actor and singer Jess Conrad (above).

Ex MP Peter Bottomley (above).

George Tremlett ex deputy leader of Greater London Council (above).

Make of this interview what you will, but what Shrimpton claims about former British PM and Savile pal, Ted Heath, is given in graphic detail, and clearly implicates more than one top ranking government official in murdering children – which was covered-up.

Allegations of the grooming of young boys in care for sex, elaborate gay parties involving senior public figures including members of the Conservative Party, charges of a police cover-up and even the suggestion of murder. The police believe that in the context of the Jimmy Savile scandal, there is every reason to look again at an extremely murky saga.

What is known is that in the late 1970s, the Elm Guest House on Rocks Lane was a safe, unthreatening meeting place for homosexual men free from the stigma of a sexual orientation legalised barely a decade earlier.

As many as 12 boys gave evidence to the police to the effect that they had been abused by men at the house, The IoS has established, but the only conviction was the comparatively minor one of running a disorderly house (ie, a brothel). "Abused boys do not always make the most impressive of witnesses once they get into the witness box," someone involved in the case said. "The real unlawful activity was underage sex.

Child-protection campaigners alleged that boys had been taken from a local council-run home and abused, a line of investigation that police are now pursuing. Children who are stolen from their families and placed in foster care are always a good target for paedophiles as all family ties have been severed and they have no one who will miss them.

Allegations have been made by Tom Watson in the House of Commons. The Labour MP had spoken of a "powerful paedophile ring" and its links to a previous prime minister's "senior adviser".

Others have spoken of two High Court judges and a Foreign Office official attending. Chris Fay, a social worker who worked for a small charity, the National Association for Young People in Care (Naypic), has alleged that a terrified Kasir had shown him about 20 photographs of middle-aged men with young boys, taken at what he said were kings and queens fancy-dress parties, attended by a number of powerful and well-known people. One, Mr Fay alleged, featured a well-known public figure wearing nothing but a French maid's apron alongside a young boy nude apart from a tiara.

David Cameron is responsible for destroying evidence of child abuse, says Ben

Ben Fellows writes -
David Cameron disappears Kengate Tapes whilst Head of Corporate Communications for Carlton Television during the “Cash for Questions” scandal back in 1994. Will he be above the law as well?

The Metropolitan Police Paedophile Unit confirmed this week to me personally that there was indeed a government and Carlton Television conspiracy over the Kengate Tapes. The police confirmed that Ian Greer along with Carlton Television conspired to cover up the “Cash for Questions” scandal for John Major’s government back in 1994. So the Prime Minster David Cameron covered up a scandal of paedophilia in 1994 as a corporate “sleaze fixer” for Carlton Television, on behalf of  John Major’s Conservative Government, through Ian Greer.  Now as Prime Minister, David Cameron is preventing the Metropolitan Police from investigating my case against Kenneth Clarke MP, who was involved in the scandal of sexually assaulting me in Ian Greer’s office, which Cameron helped cover up!
Okay, let’s just take a breath…

A TOP-level cover-up was ordered to hide close links between Prince Charles and paedo Jimmy Savile

A number of political scandals in the 1980s and 1990s created the impression of what was described in the British press as “sleaze”: a perception that the then Conservative Government was associated with political corruption and hypocrisy. In particular, the successful entrapment of Graham Riddick and David Tredinnick in the “Cash for Questions” scandal of 1994, the contemporaneous misconduct as ministers by Neil Hamilton, Tim Smith, and the convictions of former Cabinet Member Jonathan Aitken and former party deputy chairman Jeffrey Archer for perjury in two separate cases leading to custodial sentences damaged the Conservatives’ public reputation.

Persistent rumours about the activities of the party treasurer Michael Ashcroft furthered this impression. At the same time, a series of revelations about the private lives of various Conservative politicians such as Hague, Portillo, etc, etc., made the headlines. Scallywag Magazine even accused Lord McAlpine of being a paedophile. However the investigation was stopped but McAlpine didn’t sue Scallywag Magazine as they had photographic evidence apparently which then subsequently disappeared. See the pattern? Paedophile rings all operate in the same way.

Read More about the cover up of paedophile rings by David Cameron and other senior political identities in the United Kingdom.

The organised paedophile rings operating at the highest level of government and society are not contained to just one country. Sadly it is those in the most powerful and influential positions who enable the sickest of crimes against the most defenceless members of society to flourish.

I find it far from coincidental that "Hey Dad" star Robert Hughes was arrested on molesting charges, when you look at how many other high profile entertainers are being exposed as predators of children. After a two-year investigation and a three-month global hunt by police, former TV star Robert ''Hey Dad!'' Hughes was behind bars in London, accused of molesting five girls more than 25 years ago.

London, you will see that with these high profile entertainers the path repeatedly leads back to London.

Even less of a coincidence in my opinion is the fact that Rolf Harris who is implicated in paedophilia was based in London, where so many other high profile entertainers already proven to be paedophiles such as Jimmy Saville, base themselves.

Rolf Harris was the subject of child sex charges and the entertainer could be jailed for 10 years if found guilty. The star has been charged with nine sex attacks on girls aged 14 and 15 and making indecent images of children. Prosecutors said today there was “sufficient evidence” to charge the Australian star.

Names of top politicians, royal aides and a famous pop star on list seized by police investigating child paedophile ring at suburban B&B

Ben Fellows spills the beans

.It covers his experiences as a child actor, being offered by his agent Sylvia Young to Tom Cruise for sex (Tom chose someone else), Christopher Cazenove making violent sexual moves on him in a hotel room, and how he is advised to make a Police statement to protect himself from Ken Clarke suing him for the penis-touching allegations.

(Once allegationsare subject of a Police enquiry, the alleger cannot be sued. Furthermore, not mentioned, no newspaper can carry them) A 13 year old from an Australian soap was raped at an after show party in front of fifteen people. The perpetrator is named. No one did anything about it.

Mel Smith.  Joanna Lumley.  Joan Collins.  Drugs.  Ben told the Press a few of the seedier details of his encounters with these people.  The
newspapers reported none of it.  The PR machine makes them all seem like wonders of the world.  As Ben makes clear in this video, they
definitely are not.  As usual the Police are concerned not to investigate but to keep the lid on the pot.

Ben seems to want to get it all off is chest, and talks fluently as you would expect from a professional actor.  Once you start listening, you
are transported to the end without a pause.

Bruce Forsyth is mentioned.  Jimmy Savile.  Andrew Lloyd Webber groomed him through multiple auditions, and then stuck his tongue down Ben’s throat, grabbing Ben’s genitals, when he was 15 in 1990.  He didn’t complain.  Who could I complain to, he asks the Police officers.

That’s just the first tape.

BOY SCOUTS release 20 years of ‘perversion’ files … sexual predators go free while victims suffered in silence

Note: This story is from the United States but it may as well be anywhere. Child rapists are everywhere, paedophiles is too good a name for them, why not call them what they really are. Sick animals that deserve a bullet, that rape helpless an innocent children. Nothing more than predators. (Luke's Dad)

Again and again, decade after decade, an array of authorities — police chiefs, prosecutors, pastors and local Boy Scout leaders among them — quietly shielded scoutmasters and others accused of molesting children, a newly opened trove of confidential papers shows.

At the time, those authorities justified their actions as necessary to protect the good name and good works of Scouting, a pillar of 20th century America. But as detailed in 14,500 pages of secret “perversion files” released Thursday by order of the Oregon Supreme Court, their maneuvers allowed sexual predators to go free while victims suffered in silence.

The files are a window on a much larger collection of documents the Boy Scouts of America began collecting soon after their founding in 1910. The files, kept at Boy Scout headquarters in Texas, consist of memos from local and national Scout executives, handwritten letters from victims and their parents and newspaper clippings about legal cases.

But the files are also littered with horrific accounts of alleged pedophiles who were able to continue in Scouting because of pressure from community leaders and local Scouts officials.

The files also document other troubling patterns. There is little mention in the files of concern for the welfare of Scouts who were abused by their leaders, or what was done for the victims. But there are numerous documents showing compassion for alleged abusers, who were often times sent to psychiatrists or pastors to get help.

One of the men said he held an all-night party at his house, during which he brought 10 boys, one by one, into a room where he committed, in his words, “immoral acts.” The same man said he had molested Scouts on an outing two weeks prior to the interrogation.

But no one was prosecuted. Once again, a powerful local official sought to preserve the name of Scouting.

An array of local authorities — police chiefs, prosecutors, pastors and town Boy Scout leaders among them — quietly shielded scoutmasters and others who allegedly molested children, according to a newly opened trove of confidential files compiled from 1959 to1985.

At the time, those authorities justified their actions as necessary to protect the good name and good works of Scouting. But as detailed in 14,500 pages of secret "perversion files" released Thursday by order of the Oregon Supreme Court, their maneuvers protected suspected sexual predators while victims suffered in silence.

The files document sex abuse allegations across the country, from a small town in the Adirondacks to downtown Los Angeles.

At a news conference Thursday, Portland attorney Kelly Clark blasted the Boy Scouts for their continuing legal battles to try to keep the full trove of files secret.

"You do not keep secrets hidden about dangers to children," said Clark, who in 2010 won a landmark lawsuit against the Boy Scouts on behalf of a plaintiff who was molested by an assistant scoutmaster in the 1980s.

The files were shown to a jury in a 2010 Oregon civil suit that the Scouts lost, and the Oregon Supreme Court ruled the files should be made public. After months of objections and redactions, the Scouts and Clark released them.

The Associated Press obtained copies of the files weeks ahead of Thursday's release and conducted an extensive review of them, but agreed not to publish the stories until the files were released.

The new files are a window on a much larger collection of documents the Boy Scouts of America began collecting soon after their founding in 1910. The files, kept at Boy Scout headquarters in Texas, consist of memos from local and national Scout executives, handwritten letters from victims and their parents and newspaper clippings about legal cases. The files contain details about proven molesters, but also unsubstantiated allegations

Many of the files released on Thursday have been written about before, but this is the first time the earliest ones have been put in the public domain.

The 1959-85 files show that on many occasions the files succeeded in keeping pedophiles out of Scouting leadership positions — the reason they were collected in the first place.

But the files document some troubling patterns.

In many instances — more than a third, according to the Scouts' own count — police weren't told about the alleged abuse.

And there is little mention in the files of concern for the welfare of Scouts who were allegedly abused by their leaders. But there are numerous documents showing compassion for suspected abusers, who were often times sent to psychiatrists or pastors to get help.

In 1972, a Pennsylvania Scouting executive wrote a memo recommending a case against a suspected abuser be dropped with the words: "If it don't stink, don't stir it."

In numerous instances, alleged abusers are kicked out of Scouting but show up in jobs where they are once again in authority positions dealing with youths.

One of the most startling revelations to come from the files is the frequency with which attempts to protect Scouts from alleged molesters collapsed at the local level, at times in collusion with community leaders.

On the afternoon of Aug. 10, 1965, a distraught Louisiana mother walked into the Ouachita Parish Sheriff's Office. A 31-year-old scoutmaster, she told the chief criminal deputy, had raped one of her sons and molested two others.

Six days later, the scoutmaster sat down in the same station and confessed.

"I don't know an explanation, why we done it or I done it or wanted to do it or anything else it just — an impulse I guess or something," the man told a sheriff's deputy.

The decision was made not to pursue charges. "This subject and Scouts were not prosecuted," a Louisiana Scouts executive wrote to national headquarters, "to save the name of Scouting."

In a statement on Thursday, Scouts spokesman Deron Smith said" ''There is nothing more important than the safety of our Scouts."

Smith said there have been times when Scouts' responses to sex abuse allegations were "plainly insufficient, inappropriate, or wrong" and the organization extends its "deepest and sincere apologies to victims and their families."

The Scouts in late September made public an internal review of the files and said they would look into past cases to see whether there were times when abusers should have been reported to police.

The files showed a "very low" incidence of abuse among Scout leaders, said psychiatrist Dr. Jennifer Warren, who conducted the review with a team of graduate students and served as an expert witness for the Scouts in the 2010 case that made the files public. Her review of the files didn't take into account the number of files destroyed on abusers who turned 75 years old or died, something she said would not have significantly affected the rate of abuse or her conclusions.

The rate of abuse among Scouts is the not the focus of their critics — it is, rather, their response to allegations of abuse.

Throughout the files released Thursday are cases in which steps were taken to protect Scouting's image.

In Newton, Kan., in 1961, the county attorney had what he needed for a prosecution: Two men were arrested and admitted that they had molested Scouts in their care. But neither man was prosecuted.

The entire investigation, the county attorney wrote, was brought about with the cooperation of a local district Scouts executive, who was kept apprised of the investigation's progress into the men, who had affiliations with both the Scouts and the local YMCA.

"I came to the decision that to openly prosecute would cause great harm to the reputations of two organizations which we have involved here — the Boy Scouts of America and the local YMCA," he wrote in a letter to a Kansas Scouting executive.

In Johnstown, Pa., in August 1962, a married 25-year-old steel mill worker with a high school education pleaded guilty to "serious morals" violations involving Scouts.

The Scouting executive who served as both mayor and police chief made sure of one thing: The Scouting name was never brought up. It went beyond the mayor to the members of a three-judge panel, who also deemed it important to keep the Scouts' names out of the press.

"No mention of Scouting was involved in the case in as much as two of the three judges who pronounced sentence are members of our Executive Board," the Scouts executive wrote to the national personnel division.

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They had no names, just bank account numbers and a handful of addresses.

But the police officers of Queensland's Task Force Argos seldom receive as much information as that.

Usually, the detectives are tasked with viewing the worst of human nature, viewing hundreds, if not thousands, of images of children being sexually exploited.

They scan their faces and surroundings for clues to their identity, in a bid to find them and remove them from harm.

However, Operation Lima Stampede was to be one of their more straight forward investigations.

Detectives in Brisbane received a file in early February from their counterparts in Canada with a list of bank accounts used to purchase child exploitation material from a Toronto company called

"This was not a complex operation," Task Force Argos Detective Inspector Jon Rouse said.

"The information the Toronto police service and the US postal investigation service gave us was sufficient for us to quickly identify what had happened. We had financial transactions [and] what they actually purchased.

"You could either download or import, so a lot of DVDs came in hard copy to the country, so we had mailing addresses.

"It wasn't rocket science ... for our unit. We're used to doing some very complex things. We've been doing this a long time."

In 2006, covert operatives with Task Force Argos broke through the security apparatus that protected one of the world's most notorious pedophile rings, beating the FBI, Interpol and Europol.

Seasoned paedophiles, using their sophisticated knowledge of computer encryption had made themselves virtually untouchable. Within their safe zone, they commissioned, made and traded images of children involved in sex acts.

It was Task Force Argos detectives who uncovered the secret online passages that led authorities to the paedophile's trading room. They also unearthed the paedophiles' pseudonyms, the screen names used to hide their identity.

Detectives found more than 70 children in sexually abusive situations across the world.

That's their ultimate goal – to find young victims and remove them from harm.

"The most key thing that we start with is to identify who is the biggest risk to children – that's the first thing we do," Inspector Rouse said.

In the case of Operation Lima Stampede, detectives took the list of suspects they had identified from the Canadian information and set about prioritising their targets.

"We prioritise them according to their access to children, for example teachers, we take them out first. And then we work our way down the list progressively," Inspector Rouse.

According to the website, Azov sourced and sold "naturist" films. Its clients were predominantly men with preferences for young boys, so-called "boy lovers".

The company claimed the material was "artistic", but Queensland Detective Superintendent Cameron Harsley said that was far from the truth.

"I've seen some of the images, I'm appalled by them," he said.

"There was little doubt these children were recruited for the sole purpose of producing child exploitation material to be sold across the world to those willing to pay for the privilege."

As part of the sting, Queensland police searched 38 homes from Surfers Paradise to Atherton, near Cairns. The raids uncovered thousands of DVDs, police said.

Thirty-three Queenslanders were charged with accessing and possessing child exploitation material.

Among those arrested, where three teachers from Clayfield, Chermside and Bray Park in Brisbane's north and a fourth from Cairns.

A university lecturer, a pensioner, a nurse, a student, a bank manager and a number of tradesmen were also arrested. The youngest offender was a 22-year-old man from Arana Hills.

An unemployed 46-year-old man from Gladstone was found with the largest collection of explicit images and was charged with 52 counts of possessing child exploitation material.

Detectives also identified a possible Queensland victim.

Images of the Queensland child were found on a computer belonging to a man identified as an Azovfilms customer.

The images of the Queensland child were not purchased from to the Toronto firm, but accessed from other sources, Inspector Rouse said.

Detectives are preparing to speak to the child, who is aged under 10 and is from south-east Queensland.

"What our job is ... is to identify what [else an offender] has done," Inspector Rouse said.

"And in many cases they did have material that had come from the website, they had downloaded it from elsewhere and it was more severe than the actual material they had purchased [from Canada]."

Most of the men charged are due to face court during the next two months, but a bank manager from Boonah has already faced court and was fined $1000 with no conviction recorded.

The global sting began in 2010 in Toronto. Internationally, 348 people have been arrested and 386 children removed from harm.

More than 100 search warrants were executed across Australia. Six children – one from the ACT and five in Western Australia – were removed from harm.

Sixty-five men, aged between 22 and 76, were arrested on 399 charges.

On the NSW Central Coast, a 72-year-old retired Catholic priest was arrested.

"Offenders don't fit any kind of stereotype: they are police officers and priests and teachers and charity workers and media people," Hetty Johnston, founder of child protection group Bravehearts, said.

"They're from all walks of life."

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SOME child molesters jump out of bushes and molest your child on the way home from school.

But more likely, he is your friendly neighbour or attentive shopkeeper.

He could be a charming relative or the son of a friend who is all too willing to babysit your children.

The paedophile in your midst may be the schoolteacher, the bus driver, the youth worker or the lay preacher at your church.

The Australian Royal Commission into institutionalised child sex crimes, running since April, has entered a new round of hearings and a concurrent inquiry is continuing into child sex offences in the Catholic Church's NSW Hunter Valley diocese.

But Australian parents should not comfort themselves with the notion child sex offences were more common decades ago, or they are confined to likely suspects such as Boy Scout leaders or Catholic priests.

Or just because the 21st century has brought child sex offenders registers and "Working with Children" checks for child-related workers in the youth, sport, education, health, welfare, disability, religion and justice fields in all states.

1. The everyman

When looking out for a child sex offender, don't be fooled by a person's appearance, outward respectability or importance in the community.

Paedophiles are almost always men, more often married adult males and they work in a very wide range of occupations, from unskilled work up to corporate executives.

What to look out for is someone who relates better to children than to adults, and has either very few adult friends or whose friends might also be sex offenders.

Signs to watch for: paedophiles usually prefer children in one specific age group, such as infants and toddlers, children between six and ten years old, or "tweens" and young teenagers up to the age of 16.

Paedophiles can be bisexual but more commonly will prefer children or the one gender, males or females.

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Peter Gerard Boys, head of the Marching Koalas performing band, had unlawful and carnal knowledge with four of his female students aged between 10 and 16 years. Picture: News Limited. Source: News Limited

2. Child-related workers

While paedophiles can work anywhere, they do find ways to be around children as often as possible.

It may not be their principal profession, such as a teacher or priest, but a voluntary or weekend position as a sports coach, camp counsellor, school bus driver, daycare worker, Boy Scout leader, church or secular youth worker can provide the contact with children they need.

Some well-known paedophiles have placed themselves as teachers or leaders of artistic bodies such as dance schools, where they have surrounded themselves with adoring and aspiring performers.

Andrew Manners was a convicted paedophile who had committed offences against minors in Queensland in 1998. He was on parole and prohibited from working with children when he surfaced in 2002.

Manners turned up as a fill-in teacher at his mother's Scottish dance school, where he was spotted by an observant parole officer.

Former performing arts schoolteacher, Peter Gerard Boys, was also a band leader of the musical troupe the Marching Koalas in the NSW Hunter Valley region when, aged in his 40s, he began having a sexual relationship with four of his students.

He was convicted and sentenced to eight child sex offences against girls aged 10-16 years, and on his release from prison is believed to have subsequently married one of the girls who had come of age during his incarceration.

Watch out for teacher adoration beyond the bounds of a normal crush, accompanied by "secret" phone calls and special individual attention.


3. Happy snappers

Paedophiles are enthusiastic collectors of photographs or videos of children, even children who are fully dressed, but preferably, and behind a parent's back, of children half or fully nude or engaged in sexually suggestive or explicit acts. They will have vast image collections, and hidden away a collection of child erotica and child-adult pornography.

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Warren Graeme Hayter, who called himself “Caveman”, had an extensive criminal history of sexually abusing males as young as eight years old. Picture: Supplied. Source: Supplied

4. Close relatives and partners

The incestuous or family molester is usually an adult male such as the father, stepfather, uncle, grandfather or live-in boyfriend of the mother, who then molests the child or children.

Single mothers are easy prey for sexual predators whose real intention is to hit on the child, while continuing a sexual relationship with the mother.

The sexual relationship with the child is a secret, and don't expect a usually open child to reveal it.

Children are silent for a number of reasons - they may feel "special" with all the attention being paid them, and they may love the abusive adult.

Or their silence may be achieved by the abuser threatening the child with splitting up or somehow damaging the family if he or she reveals the relationship, or by making the victim feel they are dirty, naughty and to blame for what has occurred.

A person concerned about child molestation going on in a relative's home may be surprised to know that the mother of the child is aware, and complicit, for similar reasons of feeling intimidated by the molester and not wanting the "family" to split up should the situation be revealed.

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Barry Raymond Cornwall was a loner and a rapist of girls aged around 14 who he threatened with a knife and dragged them to secluded areas where he raped and degraded them. Picture: Supplied. Source: Splash News Australia

5. The gift giver

Beware of toys or gifts from an unknown source turning up in your child's possession. Paedophiles often like to "buy" your child with presents and often can, in a twisted manner, portray the child as the sexual aggressor after the victim realises he or she can bargain for toys, clothes, outings or games by withholding sexual "favours".


6. The always available babysitter

Often a single male with no friends, this sort of paedophile will place himself in a situation where he becomes the trusted babysitter, often for the children of several, usually single parent families.

The mothers regard him as a godsend, who will safely mind their children while they go to work, or go out with their friends.

In many cases the single parent is unable to provide the support the children need, leaving the scene wide open for the child molester to play "uncle" and provide care, attention and "fun".

Many paedophiles seek out mothers of single-parent families for the purpose of victimising their children, which may have been the case with loner Michael Guider, who regularly babysat a group of children and while their mothers were absent, drugged the girls and photographed them naked.

He was most fond of Samantha Knight, the pretty Bondi nine-year-old who went missing in 1986.

Guider eventually pleaded guilty to her manslaughter, claiming he had accidentally overdosed her. Samantha's body has never been found.

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Alexandria Brookes committed despicable acts with (now deceased) paedophile Dennis Ferguson. He kidnapped and assaulted three prepubescent children. Picture: Supplied. Source: Supplied

7. The internet groomer

While children can be critical of a person's appearance and likely to suspect an ugly misfit, the internet has paved the way for weirdos to connect.

Paedophiles can still be outcasts and loners, but the internet is their ideal social tool.

They exchange information with other like-minded people via chatrooms and message boards about which children to target, how to groom a child and how to set up a meeting to seduce the child with the least risk of getting caught.


8. The damaged

Paedophiles are often the victims of child molestation themselves.

Child molestation victims frequently seek out children at the age or stage of physical development at which they were molested, and are able to more easily justify their repetition of history.

They may network with others like them whose beliefs and practices are that sex with children is acceptable.

How do you spot a paedophile? Here's a guide

Graham Harrison had a 20-plus year history of sexual sadism against young women who he bound, tied and tortured, placing plastic bags over their heads and threatening to rape them with a knife. Source: Supplied

9. The good-looking charmer

People tend to judges others by their superficial appearances, and paedophiles can be charming, attractive men with social graces and an easy manner.

They may be respected community members.

They know how to play upon a child's need for attention and affection and come across as being helpful and trustworthy.

What they are doing is grooming the child or children - they often target groups of young people, particularly neighbourhood kids.

They will invite the children over to watch movies, eat and offers to take them out on trips to "fun" locations, such as the zoo, the park, the amusement arcade.

They spend as much time as possible making the children like them and even craving their attention as an after school treat.

They will touch the children in playful ways, playing special "games" eventually meant to culminate in sexual contact.

This is particularly easy if there is no father figure in the children's lives.

Make sure your kids tell you exactly what the neighbour has been doing with them.

Particularly watch for adults who "love talk" children, speaking to them in a manner they would a lover or spouse.

Candace Sutton has spent decades working as a crime reporter covering cases of sex offenders, murderers and child sex offenders. She also worked in the NSW prison system for six years, studying the cases of serious sex offenders and paedophiles, interviewing psychologists and other experts involved in sex offender programs, as well as staff involved in the supervision of paedophiles in the community and in special offender program centres.

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It's becoming clearer, as each day passes, that filthy Britain's three main political parties are in meltdown.

Panic-stricken that the truth about their sordid activities is finally coming to light, they've started a dangerous pre-election game of child abuse revelation tit-for-tat.

It began with Tom Watson's claims in Parliament that the Tory's had knowledge of a VIP paedophile ring which,in turn, led to counter-allegations that Labour MP Harriet Harman is linked to the infamous Paedophile Information Exchange network.

Of course, what most people are unaware of is that all the main parties on this septic isle of ours are up to their necks in filth of the highest order and they quite literally are all in it together.

The Mail reported on Harman and the P.I.E.:

" The full extent of the shocking links between three senior Labour figures and a vile group that tried to legalise sex with children can be exposed today.

The trio held key roles in a human rights organisation that supported the notorious Paedophile Information Exchange.

Labour’s deputy leader Harriet Harman, her husband, home affairs spokesman Jack Dromey, and former health secretary Patricia Hewitt were all leading officials in the National Council for Civil Liberties.

Astonishingly this Left-wing group granted ‘affiliate’ status to PIE and built close links with it

The group of predatory paedophiles was calling for the age of consent to be cut to just four.

Police are now investigating PIE as part of Operation Fernbridge, launched in the wake of the Jimmy Savile scandal.

A senior source on the investigation says there is evidence PIE members were abusing children ‘on an industrial scale’.

The Home Office is also probing shocking claims that the Labour government of the 1970s may have helped finance the paedophile group.

Civil servants are trawling through decades of files after an ‘insider’ claimed tens of thousands of pounds were funnelled to PIE in the form of annual grants to the network of child abusers while James Callaghan was in Downing Street."

Harriet Harman is herself the niece of controversial peer, Lord Longford.

Longford notoriously befriended Moors Murderer Myra Hindley and was one of her strongest advocates.

Hindley had links to ked to Jimmy Savile who in turn had links to Longford and Cliff Richard:

" We were very interested to read this report about an enquiry , set-up by Lord Longford,  to investigate pornography.

Lord Longford was a long-time supporter of child killer, Myra Hindley.

Myra Hindley apparently had links to Jimmy Savile.

Some people claim Myra Hindley is not really dead but is living under an assumed identity.

Lord Longford invited some special chums to help him find out about obscene publications.

Amongst the gang were none other than Jimmy Savile and the very Reverend Cliff Richard :

” Lord Longford has decided to produce a report on pornography…

The committee of inquiry was, predictably, a farce from beginning to end. Its remit was to discover the ‘means of tackling the problem of pornography’, so no one was much surprised when the membership was packed with Christian cronies of the chairman, and excluded those who didn’t see pornography as a problem in the first instance.

And, since a survey in the ’70s revealed that one in five men regularly bought pornographic magazines, it has to be assumed that there were many who didn’t view it in the same negative light.

Amongst those who were included, and who stayed the course, were singer Cliff Richard and Radio One DJ Jimmy Savile, alongside more obvious suspects like Malcolm Muggeridge and the Rt. Revd Ronald Ralph Williams, the Bishop of Leicester."

Quite what Harriet Harman's uncle had in common with Jimmy Savile and Cliff Richard is an absolute mystery, but the Tories had better not be too critical of her seedy links.

You see, the Tories beloved Margaret Thatcher was extremely close to Savile and surrounded herself with paedophiles.

One of Maggie's biggest fans was none other than David Cameron.

In this report from the Mail, a closely guarded family secret was revealed:

" Around the Palace of Westminster, they are viewed as natural enemies.

... sp my revelation today that Tory leader David Cameron and Labour's new deputy leader Harriet Harman are cousins will come as something of a shock to them both.

For the ambitious Ms Harman a niece of the late Countess of Longford who likes to play down her posh background, the news, I suspect, will be somewhat worse.

It's embarrassing enough that the person replacing former merchant seaman John Prescott was educated at St Paul's, one of the finest fee-paying girls schools in the country.

To discover that the woman, who is also Leader of the Commons, is related to Old Etonian Mr Cameron, might bring on a touch of the vapours."

How very, very strange indeed.

The clock is ticking on Britain's dirty secrets.......