Tuesday, 3 February 2015


1. One of the UK prime minister David Cameron's coalition government ministers allegedly drugged a 14-year-old schoolboy, called 'Thomas', and then sexually abused him.

The minister was working at a school when the alleged abuse took place.

Coalition minister at centre of abuse claims .

The minister admits that, at the age of 18, he worked at the school but says he has 'no ­recollection' of ever being alone with any pupil.

The Mirror newspaper revealed in November 2014 how 'Thomas' accused ­detectives of refusing to question the minister.

The school is currently at the centre of ­a child sex abuse ­investigation.

The minister's lawyer says that the minister has not been questioned by police, 'either as a suspect or witness'.

The Liberal-Democrats (above) are in coalition with the Conservative Party.

Thomas says he has tried to kill himself three times since the alleged abuse.

Thomas says he is furious after detectives told him they would not question the politician.

Thomas has made allegations against two other members of staff.

He accused one of rape, sadistic abuse and threatening to kill him. The other tried to rape him, he said.

Police have confirmed that two other former pupils have come forward to allege they were sexually assaulted at the school.

Coalition minister at centre of abuse claims.

St George's College, Weybridge.

2. In November 2014, Aaron Pescud, 32, was found guilty of indecently assaulting two girls under the age of 14.

Pescud is a former student at St George's College, Weybridge.

sex offender

In 2013, John Francis Lillis, 63, who had previously worked at St George’s College, Weybridge, was jailed for six years after being found guilty of historic sexual abuse of children.

Former teacher and choirmaster convicted .

In 2012, Max Clifford was barred from a Christmas carol concert at St George's, in Weybridge.

Simon Cowell's friend Max Clifford.

People educated at St George's College, Weybridge

David Laws - Liberal Democrat MP, Minister of State for Schools and the Cabinet Office.
Sir Simon Mayall - Middle East Adviser at the Ministry of Defence.
Marcus Agius - Chairman of Barclays Bank
David Atkinson - Conservative MP
Daniel Kawczynski - Conservative MP

Edinburgh Academy

3. Police are investigating child abuse claims at Edinburgh Academy dating back to the 1960s

Police investigate historic abuse claims at Edinburgh Academy dating back to 1960s.

Detectives are looking at two allegations made by former pupils about teachers at Edinburgh Academy.

Actor Iain Glen (Game of Thrones) has said that he and other boys were molested while attending the Academy in the 1960s.

4. There have been allegations of sexual abuse at Loretto school in Musselburgh.

In 2001, film director Don Boyd claimed he had been sexually abused by former master Anthony Ray-Hills.

Ray-Hills was charged with a string of sex offences but the case was dropped on grounds of his ill health.

Blair at Fettes (Website for this image). Scotland on Sunday revealed that the man who taught Tony Blair history, left Fettes following allegations including fondling boys while he caned them, watching children on the toilet and becoming aroused while meting out corporal punishment. 

5. Tony Blair, who is sometimes known as Miranda, attended a private boarding school called Fettes, in Edinburgh.

One of the people Tony Blair had contact with at Fettes was Sir Knox Cunningham. 

According to John Rentoul's biography Tony Blair Prime Minister, Knox Cunningham would visit the school several times a year and he liked to visit the boys' quarters. 

Blair loved having discussions with Knox Cunningham. 

John Rentoul quotes one of Blair's contemporaries as saying: "Cunningham was the sort of man who liked boys." 

According to Martin Dillon's book "The Trigger Men", Knox Cunningham was homosexual and had links to people involved in a child sex abuse ring. 

According to Dillon: 

"There were several Boys’ Homes in Northern Ireland from which boys were picked up and taken to parties in Brighton, England...

 "As my source said, 'top hats and royalty', meaning the English upper classes and people connected to the Royal Family, were part of a wider homosexual ring ..." 


Jean and William Vahey, who may have been working for the CIA and its friends. 

6. William James Vahey, an American, drugged and sexually abused large numbers of boys in the many international schools in which he taught.

Vahey taught at the Jakarta Iinternational School.

spooky teachers abusing kids at international schools

Two Jakarta International School staff held by Indonesian police on charges of child abuse: Ferdinant Tjiong (left) and Neil Bantleman. Photo: Michael Bachelard. 




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  1. Naughty "Miranda"....

  2. Tony Blair comissioned a report on child abuse, Margaret Hodge childrens minister for New Labour, the Nene report was a damning indictment of large scale abuse of boys in 16 london care homes and orphanages by a small but active hard core of high level homosexuals.
    Tony Blair ordered the nene report shredded and D noticed it all

  3. http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/over-100-drugged-and-raped-in-japan-fake-clinical-study/ar-AA8VhRe

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  5. As soon as 'child abuse' is prefaced with the word 'Satanic' eyes glaze over. The desired effect is then achieved. No matter if real or 'psuedosatanism' the 'rituals' can terrify and silence victims. When they do try to speak out, the bizarre nature of the accusations will decimate their credibility. We then see press using lazy 'Satanic Panic' style headlines effectively crushing any believability of victims. The problem is that many of those scandals of the nineties, now touted as moral panics and over reactions - turned out to be genuine cases of child abuse. At the centre of every case is a child victim, this is forgotten in the press scrum.