Tuesday 11 June 2019


Above, we see Princess Margaret with John Betjeman on her left in about 1950.

On her right is her lady-in-waiting Lady Elizabeth Cavendish, Betjeman's intimate friend, and beyond her is the Old Etonian Simon Phipps, later Bishop of Lincoln.

Lady Elizabeth was the daughter of Edward Cavendish, 10th Duke of Devonshire and his wife, Mary née Gascoyne-Cecil.

Above, we see Tom Driberg and Lord Boothby

John Betjeman was a friend of Tom Driberg.

Tom Driberg attended the child sex orgies, involving boys as young as 10, which were held at Ronnie Kray's flat in Cedra Court in London.

neonnettle - Krays cover-up involving elite paedophile ring

Tom Driberg worked for the security services.

The Kray Twins and Edward Heath (above) were frequent visitors to the child abuse island of Jersey.

Princess Margaret and Antony Armstrong Jones, the parents of David Linley (David Armstrong Jones) and Lady Sarah Chatto.

Princess Margaret 's lovers are said to have included:

Sharman Douglas, the daughter of the US ambassador to Britain, in 1949.

"Sharman was then 19, the Princess 17...

"According to a Channel 4 film in 2005, they were lovers...

"The film claimed that the women had a two-year relationship."

Princess Margaret

Sharman Douglas.

Princess Margaret 's lovers are said to have included crooner Eddie Fisher, Anthony Barton, a Bordeaux wine producer, [87] Robin Douglas-Home, Mick Jagger,[90] Peter Sellers, Australian cricketer Keith Miller, entertainer Leslie Hutchinson, David Niven, Warren Beatty[94], Peter O’Toole, John Bindon, a criminal, and Roddy Llewellyn.

Jeremy Thorpe was a close friend of Princess Margaret and of Anthony Armstrong-Jones. 

John Betjeman (right)

"The late poet laureate John Betjeman did not restrict his attentions to women.

"A newly discovered Betjeman poem entitled Sweets and Cake includes the phrase: 'the sturdy little arse of Teddy Sale' in a graphic and passionate encounter between a pair of schoolboys.

"The comic but increasingly explicit account of a heated fumble between Teddy, believed to be Betjeman's alter ego, and another schoolboy named Neville is thought to have been written during the poet’s undergraduate days at Oxford in the mid-1920s.

"The poem was unearthed much later in a college archive and appears in a new collection of previously unpublished Betjeman poems called Harvest Bells."

This one's for Joe Hunter Dunn: John Betjeman poem hints at gay sex ...

The Betjeman family: John, Candida, Paul and Penelope 1948 (Bassano).

"A crush on a dazzling young South African poet, Patrick Cullinan, provoked Betjeman to write, 'I feel in love so much that I felt no physical sensations at all beyond being drained of all power of limbs'.

"Betjeman enjoyed the company of gay men – most of his friends belonged to either the church or "the Homintern".

"He once wrote to a gay friend, Patrick Balfour, recommending the roller-skating rink at the Alexandra Palace as a cruising ground: "There are no less than five hundred cups of tea there and an introduction can be effected at once." "Cups of tea" was Betjeman's own Polari-speak for men."

Why John Betjeman is a true gay icon | Books | The Guardian

Auberon (son), Evelyn Waugh, Laura (2nd wife), Margaret, Maria Teresa, Harriet, James and Michael.

The British novelist Evelyn Waugh studied at Oxford university.

The poet John Betjeman said: 'Everyone was queer at Oxford in those days!'

Evelyn's gay friend Tom Driberg, later a Labour MP and spy, said that Evelyn enjoyed 'some lively and drunken revels - mainly homosexual in character.'

Evelyn's 'first homosexual love' was with Richard Pares, a student at Oxford.

The Oxford historian A. L. Rowse was a fan of Richard Pares's 'red kissable lips'.

(Evelyn Waugh: A Life Revisited, by Philip Eade, Weidenfeld & Nicolson / dailymail)

Alastair Graham, left, with Evelyn Waugh 

In 1923, the 19-year-old Evelyn fell in love with an 18-year-old student called Alastair Graham.

The writer and scholar Harold Acton wrote to Evelyn and Alastair: 'I had erections to think of you two angels in an atmosphere salinated with choir boys and sacerdotal sensuality!'

Alastair Graham was Sebastian in Evelyn's novel 'Brideshead Revisited'.

(Evelyn Waugh: A Life Revisited, by Philip Eade, Weidenfeld & Nicolson / dailymail)

In Evelyn Waugh's Bridehead Revisted, Charles Ryder, at Oxford University, becomes friends with Lord Sebastian Flyte, the younger son of  Lord Marchmain. Plot

Brideshead is inspired partly by Evelyn's friendship with Lord Beauchamp of the Lygon family.

The gay Lord Beauchamp became a government minister under Prime Minister Asquith.

Lord Beauchamp is supposed to have been the model for Sebastian's father Lord Marchmain in Brideshead Revisited.

Lord Beauchamp, who had numerous gay affairs with servants, socialites and local lads. King George V's sons [3] sons Henry, Duke of Gloucester, and George, Duke of Kent, were friends of Beauchamp.

Alastair Graham's mother was a wealthy American.

His father, Hugh Graham, was the son of a baronet and the grandson of the 12th Duke of Somerset.

Alastair became a diplomat.

In Athens, Alastair was honorary attaché to the British Minister, Sir Percy Loraine.

Loraine 'had an affair with the young Francis Bacon'.

When Evelyn visited Alastair in Athens, he found that the flat was 'usually full of dreadful Dago youths… who sleep with the English colony for 25 drachmas a night'.

(Evelyn Waugh: A Life Revisited, by Philip Eade, Weidenfeld & Nicolson / dailymail)


"In 1954 the novelist Evelyn Waugh (1903-1966) set off from England on a cruise ship bound for Ceylon (now Sri Lanka). 

"A week later, for reasons only apparent to himself, he disembarked at Port Said, on the Mediterranean coast of Egypt, and travelled overland to Cairo before flying to Colombo. 

"The reasons behind this capriciousness are outlined in his 1957 quasi-autobiographical novel The Ordeal of Gilbert Pinfold. 

"Mr Pinfold, a corpulent English author of some renown, finds the longed-for tranquillity of his own cruise to Ceylon shattered by the intrusion of an unseen cast of voices, musical bands, and a dog. 

"Unable to distinguish these auditory hallucinations from reality he flees the ship in fear for his life and returns home to his long-suffering wife. When the voices follow him even to London he comes to realise what has happened."

The Ordeal of Gilbert Pinfold

Jeanne Stourton, Lady Camoys.

Jeanne Stourton (1913-1987), was bisexual and loved the Nazis.

Her mother was Frances Stourton a British army major's wife.

Her father was a Spanish diplomat named Don Pedro de Zulueta.

Jeanne seduced the Woolworth heiress Barbara Hutton and slept with Joachim von Ribbentrop.

She entertained British and European royalty and various celebrities including Benjamin Britten, John Betjeman and Graham Greene.

Source: Sherman’s Wife by Julia Camoys Stonor.  dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2244783/

Jeanne Stourton

Jeanne blackmailed Cecil Beaton's younger brother Reggie, an RAF officer who was gay. 

She threatened to reveal his homosexuality unless he agreed to hand over a large sum money.

Reggie killed himself.

Sherman and Jeanne.

In 1938, Jeanne married Sherman Stonor, 6th Baron Camoys

She slept with Sherman Stonor's father, and had relationships with the conductor Sir Malcolm Sargent and the drinks tycoon Enrico Cinzano.

Source: Sherman’s Wife by Julia Camoys Stonor.  dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2244783/

Julia Camoys Stoner is the daughter of Sherman Stoner.

Julia, the daughter of Jeanne Stourton, Lady Camoys.

Jeanne apparently murdered her husband Lord Camoys (who died in 1976), according to Julia.

Julia has also claimed and that Jeanne was apparently murdered by her younger son the Honourable Robert Camoys (died 1994).[3]

Julia has claimed that she is the only legitimate child of her parents; her mother's other four children, including the present Lord Camoys (7th Baron Camoys), being illegitimate and biologically unrelated to Sherman Stonor.

Thus, she has argued that she is the rightful heir to the Camoys barony.[4]

Julia Camoys Stonor - Wikipedia

"By her daughter’s account, the dark-haired, volatile Jeanne, with her rapacious appetite for money and sex, her complete disregard for convention, her alarming mendacity and her streak of cruelty, exhibited all the faults the English like to associate with the Spanish...

"Julia Stonor’s account of upper- class fascism is unrestrained. 

"Her mother’s friends and connections were mostly ragingly right-wing, anti-Semitic and pro-Franco, as upper-class Catholics tended to be, and pillars of the Right Club and the Anglo-German federation."

Chishom, Anne. “Rampant fascism near Henley,” The Spectator. 12 July 2006.

Sherman and his mother, in Newport, Rhode Island. Julia Camoys Stonor

Jeanne Stoner and her children. Julia Camoys Stonor

Julia with Prince William of Gloucester. Julia Camoys Stonor

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At 11 June 2019 at 15:47 , Anonymous Anonymous said...


Brought together in one place for ease of reference, all of the known surviving Scallywag articles relevant to the VIP abuse ring --


At 12 June 2019 at 06:56 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lord Beauchamp looks like the infamous lord Bramall. Are they related?


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