Tuesday 15 July 2014


Light-hearted and carefree

The top people have always been involved in 'interesting' behaviour.

1. UK Conservative Member of Parliament Colonel Jack Macnamara, friend of the spy Guy Burgess, took part in sex parties involving members of the Hitler Youth.

 SCALLYWAGS, SCOUTS AND GAY FASCISTSThe British security services, fascism and child abuse. 

Lewis Harcourt, Secretary of State for the Colonies.

Lewis Harcourt, known as Loulou, was a UK cabinet minister who had sex with young boys.

He had a collection of pedophile porn.

When Loulou tried to to seduce a 12-year-old boy called Edward James, the boy's mother blew the whistle. 

Loulou died in mysterious circumstance in 1922.

CHRIS BRYANT in his book Parliament: The Biography.

A tribute to the gay Alan Turing.

In 1931, William Lygon, 7th Earl of Beauchamp, former leader of the Liberals in the House of Lords, was reportedly travelling in Australia with his male lover.

King George V's son, Prince George Duke of Kent, had affairs with young men.

CHRIS BRYANT in his book Parliament: The Biography.

Prince George

Conservative MP Sir Paul Latham was jailed for two years after an incriminating letter to him from a young soldier was intercepted in 1941.

Labour MP, and spy, Tom Driberg had sex with a large number of young men.

Conservative MP Bob Boothby attended orgies, involving boys, organised by the Kray twins.

CHRIS BRYANT in his book Parliament: The Biography.


Conservative Member of Parliament ‘Chips’ Channon had a number of male lovers, including playwright Terence Rattigan.

In 1943, the police caught the married 15th Earl of Lauderdale having sex with a young kitchen porter from the Savoy, Robert Wilson, in an alleyway in Soho.

The Earl was found not guilty; Robert Wilson was sent to jail.

CHRIS BRYANT in his book Parliament: The Biography.  Scandals-sexminster

Viscount Drumlanrig (left) with his brother Lord Alfred Douglas who was the lover of Oscar Wilde.

2. In 1894, Francis Douglas, Viscount Drumlanrig, was having an affair with the Prime Minister, the Earl of Rosebery.

In 1894, Francis was found dead in a turnip field.

He had been shot.

But but an inquest declared that he had died in an accident while climbing a stile.

Reportedly, Prime Minister Rosebery wanted to deflect attention away from the fact that his government was full of homosexuals.

CHRIS BRYANT in his book Parliament: The Biography.

Kitchener liked boys.

In 1815, Member of Parliament Sir Eyre Coote, was caught paying 14-year-old boys for sessions of mutual flogging.

In 1870, Lord Arthur Pelham- Clinton MP was charged with having had sex with Ernest Boulton and Frederick Park - known as Fanny and Stella.

CHRIS BRYANT in his book Parliament: The Biography 

Cecil Rhodes loved boys.

3. In the 18th Century, John, Lord Hervey, MP for Bury St Edmunds, reportedly had a homosexual affair with Frederick, the Prince of Wales.

Hervey became a government minister got his lover Stephen Fox made the Earl of Ilchester.

CHRIS BRYANT in his book Parliament: The Biography.

Boy lover Shakespeare

4. In the 17th Century, the UK government was full of homosexuals and pedophiles.

King James I had a number of gay relationships, including those with Robert Carr, 1st Earl of Somerset. and George Villiers, 1st Duke of Buckingham, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber

King William III' gay relationships included Hans Willem Bentinck who became Earl of Portland, and Arnold Joost van Keppel who became Earl of Albemarle

CHRIS BRYANT in his book Parliament: The Biography.  Scandals-sexminster

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At 15 July 2014 at 04:36 , Blogger rubbell said...

The gay coming out party affected the last few years of my so called career. Gays think with their organs and most definitely love on each others company. Oh well, good riddance, at least I had a nice chat with their leader pointing out how filthy nepotism like behaviour will weaken and kill off economic viability. The rich can hide and finance their rent boys, other faux important people just add unjustified cost, create moral turpitude and eventually bring their economic units to early destruction. Heck, when they dumped me without due process I headed straight to the early pension where I believe I am already ahead of the actuary. Sick stuff and I think your doing a needed job turning over the muck.

At 15 July 2014 at 04:39 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Melanie Shaw, Beechwood Child Abuse Witness, Held in Peterborough Prison


At 15 July 2014 at 05:48 , Blogger Stephen Gash said...

In the 17th century there was no UK government.

At 16 July 2014 at 04:08 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

17th century no UK government ? What year was Cromwell in Parliament ?

At 11 November 2014 at 15:18 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

UK didnt come into existence till 1707 the 18th Century. You appear to be confusing the then English Parliament of Cromwell etc and the later UK one. Common mistake for ignorant englanders.


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