Sunday 14 December 2014


Jonah was played by actor Lee Sparke

Child actor Lee Towsey appeared in the BBC's Grange Hill and Doctor Who.

Lee says that, as a child, he was sexually abused by two police officers at the Elm Guest house boy brothel in London.

Bologna Bombing.

The SAS British Special Forces waterboarded Yunus Rahmatullah.

Rahmatullah was eventually released without charge, after spending ten years in captivity.


Tony Blair was fully informed about the torture.

The SAS has been linked to various acts of terrorism.


In the UK, the top people closed down police investigations into VIP child rape networks, when the police got too close. 

Almost 30 former detectives have turned whistleblowers.

The officers refer to child abuse rings run by, and protected by, certain police officers, lawyers, politicians and 'religious people'.

VIP paedophile networks 'shut down police investigations which got too close', retired officers claim

A former detective ­constable Stevie says: "In the 90s a middle-class paedo ring was uncovered at Newham police station. It linked into a massive undercover paedo job run by a police ­officer.

"It went to Cabinet level and four years of work was pulled overnight."

Tom Mangold, who covered the Profumo Affair, which has links to the Kennedy assassination. MYSTERIOUS STEPHEN WARD. Kennedy may have been assassinated because he had come to the conclusion that he was being mind-controlled by elements of the CIA who were working for the Nazi-Zionist-Mafia-Feudal-elite.

BBC journalist Tom Mangold, in the  dailymail writes that he was ordered to destroy his evidence on the Thorpe Affair or he would be fired from his job.

(Liberal Party leader Jeremy Thorpe was accused of trying to murder his rent boy)

Mangold reports that one BBC Head of News had been a colonel in British Military Intelligence in the Territorial Army.

Harold Wilson supported Thorpe.

The Liberal Party's Jo Grimond told Mangold: "Unless you stop at once, I’ll have you dismissed within hours by the (BBC's) Director General, who I happen to know extremely well."


Mangold taped an interview with a key witness in the Thorpe case.

The tape was taken off Mangold by a BBC executive and never returned.

Sir Ian Trethowan, boss of the BBC, 'had a very close relationship with the Security Services'.

Tom Mangold completed his BBC documentary about the Establishment cover-up of the Thorpe Affair.

Mangold was then told by a BBC executive to destroy every existing tape of the film, or be sacked.

The BBC's boss at the time was the spooky Sir Ian Trethowan, who had a very close relationship with the Security Services.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.

Troy (Snowfaked) on Twitter

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Former BBC Radio 1 boss 'aware of Jimmy Savile allegations in 1970s'

Collins said Muggeridge told him in 1973 that he had heard claims involving young girls relating to the Radio 1 programme Savile's Travels and wanted to know whether any newspapers were investigating.

He added that he believed Muggeridge and the then managing director of BBC radio, Ian Trethowan, knew about the Savile claims. Trethowen, who died in 1990, later became director general of the BBC.

"What I don't know is where he [Muggeridge] got the information from. He was obviously told something," said Collins. "He said: 'Can you find out what Fleet Street knows?' I went to two tabloid papers and two London evening papers and I got from everybody the same story: 'Yes we'd heard rumours, but no we won't print anything.'"

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At 14 December 2014 at 14:59 , Blogger Unknown said...

There's something wrong with that alledged photo of him with underage girl , look at her left hand near his neck it doesn't look right , plus the photo is very blurred.

At 14 December 2014 at 15:18 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Willie McRae murdered to protect paedophiles

At 15 December 2014 at 08:13 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is true that when you normally see photographs of that low quality, it has been done for the purposes of obscuration (see the photos of various false flag patsies for examples). Having said that, I'd hastily decline his services as a baby sitter).

At 15 December 2014 at 17:14 , Blogger JBlog said...

I think that the main reason for Kennedy's assassination was that he intended to end the "Cold War" and by 1963 had gained the co-operation of both Macmillan (aided by their mutual friend, David Ormsby-Gore) and Khrushchev (with Pope John XXIII acting as a mediator until his own death the same year). The Profumo Affair successfully ensured Macmillan's removal from office a few weeks before the assassination took place.

Re: Mangold - it is worth noting that he claims to have been a good friend of both Dr Stephen Ward (and was one of the last people to see him alive) and Dr David Kelly - and is adamant that both men committed suicide.

At 15 December 2014 at 22:17 , Blogger Anon said...

You make excellent points.

- Aangirfan

At 17 December 2014 at 18:41 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Seymour Hersh says there is much more (and much worse) to come on Abu Ghraib


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