July 4, 2018
Oh so this guy just made up all of these really specific details about being a victim of a high-ranking satanic child sex-murder ring.
Surely, he must be prosecuted.
And someone needs to be fired for not making sure he died of a drug overdose instead of going to the media with these very specific lies.
The man who claimed he was the victim of a VIP child sex abuse and murder ring, which led to the investigation of British politicians, has been charged with 12 counts of perverting the course of justice and one of fraud.
The 50-year-old man, who cannot not be officially named for legal reasons, known only as ‘Nick’, has been charged over false claims of child sexual abuse and child killings, the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) said on Tuesday.
The accusations made by Nick led to Scotland Yard’s calamitous Operation Midland investigation into the claims from the 1970s and 80s. The claims prompted the Met Police to investigate high ranking public servants such as Leon Brittan, the former Tory home secretary under Margaret Thatcher; Conservative MP Harvey Proctor; and ex-military chief Lord Bramall.
One charge against Nick relates to Proctor and accuses him of “doing acts tending and intended to pervert the course of public justice, in that he made a false allegation of witnessing the child homicide of an unnamed boy committed by Mr Harvey Proctor,” say the CPS.
The CPS said on Tuesday that it had looked at evidence from an investigation by Northumbria Police before making its decision.
Frank Ferguson, the CPS head of special crime, said: “The CPS has considered a file of evidence from Northumbria police relating to allegations of perverting the course of justice and fraud by a 50-year-old man.
“The police investigation provided evidence that the man had made a number of false allegations alleging multiple homicides and sexual abuse said to have been carried out in the 1970s and 1980s.
“Following careful consideration we have concluded there is sufficient evidence to bring a number of criminal charges.
“He has today been charged with 12 counts of perverting the course of justice and one count of fraud and will appear before Westminster magistrates court in due course.”
Methinks they’d have a hard time coming up with a motive for why this unnamed man made these allegations.
I’m gonna let you in on a little secret here: there are very few reasons people would want to be involved in national politics.
Either a person is a revolutionary, or otherwise deeply ideologically motivated, in which case it’s going to be very obvious that this is their thing (Trump, Salvini, etc.), or they are:
- They are low-competence individuals and it is an easy way to gain status by doing what you are told
- They are some kind of sex pervert
The second kind is certainly likely to have a much easier time making their way up the ranks.
Because if someone has pictures of you raping a little boy, you’re going to stay in line. The first kind can never be involved in anything truly serious (unless they have some other problem they’re trying to cover-up, such as drug addiction).
Intelligent people not only understand that politics are a joke, but they can make a lot of money doing other stuff. Finance, in particular. Other forms of business. The corporate world.
The only reason they would choose politics is if they need a job where the bug of being a sex pervert is a feature.
These stories are true.
Pizzagate is real.
If it’s not real, then tell me what the hell these emails are talking about.
You can’t. Because it’s real.
The world of politics is dependent on absolute obedience, as the political sphere is effectively a gigantic conspiracy, which uses every form of dirty trick to reach the goal of a one world government controlled by Jews.
Of course they are prosecuting the guy who spoke out about it after a secret investigation which was managed by people who are involved in this sort of thing, because they don’t want other people coming out and speaking up about it.
Nevermind that politicians across the Western world have been repeatedly caught in these situations.
Nevermind that in 2014 it was revealed that there was a massive child sex ring being run in the 1980s by the UK government, and the police were investigating it.
Nevermind that that story just dropped off the map.
Nevermind that the dossier on this phenomenon in Britain, created in 1984 by a genuine crusader member of parliament, disappeared, the findings of it never released – and then when it was brought up again a couple years ago, the government promised to look into it and nothing ever happened.
A dossier on paedophiles allegedly associated with the British government was assembled by the British Member of Parliament Geoffrey Dickens, who handed it to the then-Home Secretary, Leon Brittan, in 1984. The whereabouts of the dossier is unknown, along with other files on organised child abuse that had been held by the Home Office.
In 2013, the Home Office stated that all relevant information had been passed to the police, and that Dickens’ dossier had not been retained. It was later disclosed that 114 documents concerning child abuse allegations were missing. In July 2014, the Labour Party called for a new inquiry into the way that the allegations had been handled, and the Prime Minister, David Cameron, ordered the permanent secretary of the Home Office, Mark Sedwill, to investigate the circumstances of the lost dossier.
On 7 July 2014, the Home Secretary, Theresa May, announced a review into the handling of historic child abuse allegations, to be led by Peter Wanless, chief executive of the NSPCC, and the establishment of a public panel inquiry into the duty of care taken in the protection of children from paedophiles by British public institutions, led by an independent panel of experts and chaired by Baroness Butler-Sloss. Butler-Sloss later stood down as chair of the inquiry. On 5 September 2014, it was announced that it would instead be chaired by Fiona Woolf but on 31 October 2014 she, too, resigned from the role. On 4 February 2015 it was announced that the inquiry would be chaired by Justice Lowell Goddard, a New Zealand High Court judge. The existing panel would be disbanded, and the inquiry would be given new powers.
Nevermind any of that.
Throw this man in jail for mentioning it.