Thursday 16 January 2020


Victoria, who died in 2003.

Who runs the child abuse rings?

For a time, Victoria Agoglia (also known as Victoria Byrne) lived in a children's care home in Rochdale, in the UK.

A report, commissioned by Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham, found:

"Social workers knew that 15-year-old Victoria Agoglia was being forcibly injected with heroin, but failed to act.

"She died two months later.

"Abusers were allowed to freely pick up and have sex with Victoria and other children from city care homes, ‘in plain sight’ of officials.

"Greater Manchester Police dropped an operation that identified up to 97 potential suspects and at least 57 potential victims.

"Eight of the men went on to later assault or rape girls.

-  "As recently as August 2018, the Chief Constable refused to reopen the dropped operation."

A paedophile grooming gang was left to roam the streets of ...

Sir Cyril Smith, the former Member of Parliament for Rochdale, has been linked to child abuse gangs and, reportedly, he was protected by the police and the security services.


Several decades ago, Sir Cyril Smith, the former Liberal Party member of parliament for Rochdale,  'informed the authorities about Jimmy Savile's high level pedophile ring'.


In 1979, Rochdale Alternative Press obtained evidence that, during the 1960's, Cyril Smith "was using his position to get teenage boys to undress in front of him in order that he could get them to bend over his knee while he spanked their bare bottoms or let him hold their testicles in a 'medical inspection’.

The police decided not to prosecute Cyril Smith.

Cyril had freemason connections.

Reportedly, Cyril's first went to MP Jack McCann to use his masonic contacts to get certain charges dropped or reduced.

Reportedly, Cyril then met the chief Constable and provided him with details of what had been going on.

Reportedly, the boys who had been abused, by several people, were from the notorious Barnardos homes, the 'Cambridge Boys hostel' in Rochdale, and a care home in Leeds.

Leeds was home to Jimmy Savile.


Reportedly the local police files on child sex abuse listed a number of famous people who were all linked to Jimmy Savile.

Reportedly, Cyril Smith confessed that Jimmy Savile, ringleader of a pedophile group, wanted to tempt Cyril with certain boys.


Cyril held various posts in his church, including Sunday School Superintendent, and chairman of the Board of Trustees.

Sir Cyril Smith's Parliamentary agent Alan Taylor (left) with Smith.

The late Postman Patel reported (Cyril Smith 1979 ):

Lancashire Police investigated claims about Smith's activities 3 years before he became an MP...

The original complaint concerned a resident of Cambridge Boys Hostel, Castlemere Street, Rochdale.

Eventually 7 people made complaints.

"... he took me into the quiet Room. He told me to take my trousers down and bend over his knee..."

A more recent Rochdale scandal

The late Postman Patel reported (Cyril Smith 1979 ):

At the end of the Lancashire Police review, a file was drawn up for submission to the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP).

But the DPP said: 'The DPP cannot trace such a case being referred to us... cannot confirm or deny receiving it'

The review into Smith's conduct and the 'File' were common knowledge amongst many local politicians and Police.

The file did exist and was handled by Special Branch when prospects of a Conservative / Liberal pact were being considered."


In 1990 there was a huge child abuse case in Rochdale.

A boy, aged 4 at the time, described being present at ritual sacrifices of infants and seeing cult members robbing graves in a local cemetery.

Around twenty children were removed from their homes by social services who alleged the existence of Satanic Ritual Abuse.

Child abuse in Wales.

Cyril Smith, Jimmy Savile and Ian Brady




Donald Trump threatened the UK with a 25 per cent tariff on its cars unless the British government officially accused Iran of breaking the 2015 nuclear deal, it has been reported.

Trump threatened UK with 25% car tariffs unless it agreed to ...

Boris Johnson appointed a key figure to the Grenfell Tower inquiry who has links to the company which made the cladding blamed for the many deaths.

Boris Johnson's pick to help lead Grenfell inquiry linked to cladding firm...

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At 16 January 2020 at 10:22 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

At 16 January 2020 at 14:41 , Blogger Eliza said...

Man removed from priesthood over child sex abuse reemployed in diocese a month later

At the same time as the diocese was helping Krzysztof G., the priests working there “did everything so as not to help prosecutors in their investigation”, claims Gazeta Wyborcza, Poland’s leading liberal daily. They also allegedly refused to answer questions relating to internal church proceedings.

At 17 January 2020 at 14:39 , Anonymous Brabantian said...

From Sputnik News on the City of London as global centre of money laundering corruption -

« Nicholas Wilson, a financial services whistleblower who was fired by UK law firm, Weightmans, after exposing millions of pounds in unfair customer charges, claims the City of London relies on 'dirty money' and says the world economy would collapse if the City stopped laundering it.

Italian journalist Roberto Saviano, who has spent most of his career investigating the mafia, claimed Britain was the most corrupt country in the world.

Mr Wilson said: “I would agree with that. He is talking about the City of London, the money laundering capital of the world ... Nothing can be done to clean up the City of London. If any politician tried to dismantle the City of London the world economy would collapse. Drugs money was the only thing that kept the banks going during the 2008 financial crisis.”

In 2016 the Home Affairs Select Committee claimed £100 billion in illicit money was being laundered in the London property market every year.

Mr Wilson, a former litigation manager, said: “The EU wanted to tighten up on money laundering and the UK was the only country who voted against it.”

Last month the government announced Andrew Bailey, the current head of the Financial Conduct Authority – the regulator which oversees financial services and markets in the UK – would take over as Governor of the Bank of England in March.

But Mr Wilson said in the last 12 months Mr Bailey had failed on several high-profile scandals including the collapse of mini-bond firm London Capital and Finance, the implosion of Woodford Investment Management and the gating of the M&G Property Portfolio over liquidity issues.

He said: “He has certainly failed over many years on his handling of the HSBC fraud I first reported to the FSA in 2012.”

Mr Wilson said the bank with the worst reputation was HSBC which he said was implicated in 18 of the 25 top corruption scandals listed by the watchdog Transparency International last year. Rona Fairhead, a former director of HSBC, was also chair of the BBC Trust and is currently a member of the House of Lords. She was a government minister until May last year. »

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