More masonic suspicions.

Steven Walker is co-author of Safeguarding Children and Young People — a Guide to Integrated Practice.

In July 2014 he write an article for the Morning Star.

The Establishment is getting jittery as more evidence of organised cover-ups of paedophile MPs emerges on a regular basis.

The Anglican Baroness Butler-Sloss, appointed by the Home Secretary to lead the over-arching inquiry into child protection which broadened the scope of the inquiry away from Parliament, resigned after admitting she covered up the sexual abuse of small boys by two Anglican priests in a previous inquiry. 

It has since also emerged that her brother, the former Attorney-General Michael Havers, limited the scope of an inquiry into paedophile abuse at the Kincora Children’s Home in Northern Ireland in the 1970s. 

Cabinet minutes from 1983 reveal that Havers ensured that MPs and other prominent public figures were protected by restricting the terms of reference of the inquiry. 

Chief constables from 13 forces are now conducting at least 21 separate criminal investigations. Simon Bailey, the chief constable of Norfolk who is running a national task force targetting VIP paedophiles, said 30 senior officers involved in investigating MPs, peers, and other “prominent” figures were now co-ordinating their work. 

The new police inquiries cover the whole country. These are allegations against elected officials, celebrities, people of public prominence and people directly connected to them.

There is growing evidence that the Establishment may be getting rattled at the amount of information pouring into the public domain about the role of senior political, religious and judicial figures in protecting paedophiles linked to Parliament. Government whips are the latest to admit knowing about child sexual abuse by MPs but doing nothing about it while shredding incriminating papers.

The Article goes on to claim that Cyril Smith was a Freemason.

Smith was a member of a Freemasons Lodge in Rochdale and this newspaper is continuing to investigate whether Freemasons within the Establishment actively covered up criminal actions in order to protect their brothers.

The Morning Star has yet to receive a response to a request to a masonic lodge in Rochdale (Liberty Lodge 5573) confirming whether Smith was a member and who were the senior officers between 1970 and 1990.

The New Welcome Lodge, No. 5139, is a British Masonic lodge based in the Palace of Westminster open to all MPs and peers. Hundreds of MPs currently appear in the Masonic Year Book, along with the names of judges, senior police commanders and top Whitehall civil servants. The role of Freemasonry in protecting paedophile MPs has yet to be fully established, but suspicions will not go away.

In July 2015 the Herald reported

FOR Esther Baker, the idea of the existence of a paedophile ring involving some of the most rich and powerful in Britain, is not surprising. From the age of six she suffered years of sexual abuse, including rape, at the hands of a number of men – including two British politicians, she says.

Despite the horror she has suffered, she is shocked to learn that there were people in power who were aware of such abuse but failed to stop it.

“I knew it was happening, from my own experiences,” Baker told the Sunday Herald. “I was relieved to find out I wasn’t on my own, that I wasn’t the only person who was ready to come forward and speak about it.

“What struck me is when I found out how many people knew it was happening. It didn’t shock me it had happened – I was shocked that people were aware of it.”

Baker, from Merseyside, was one of the victims who spoke out on a documentary special by Australian current affairs programme 60 minutes aired last week, which reported sexual abuse allegedly carried out in Britain by past and current members of parliament, judges, diplomats, and some of the nation’s highest officials against hundreds of young victims over the past four decades.

The notion of a paedophile ring involving powerful and influential members of society preying on children is horrific. But increasingly evidence is coming to light which backs campaigners who have long tried to warn of an establishment cover-up as well.

Last week previously secret government files relating to child abuse allegations named a number of high-profile individuals, including former home secretary Leon Brittan.

The documents also revealed MI5 had known about an unnamed MP suspected of child abuse in the 1980s but dropped the inquiry when the politician said the claims were false. A note by then director of MI5 Sir Antony Duff concluded: “The risks of political embarrassment to the Government is rather greater than the security danger.”

Sir Antony Duff is right!

And surely the British public should consider this a matter of national security, if these paedophile rings were operating in the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s what makes us think they have gone? Are we going to wait 20, 30 years to find out what it’s still happening in 2017? The reason these modern day politicians are so keen to cover this information up could well be because it leads to them! For example Leon Brittan introduced Nick Clegg, I’m not saying that makes Nick Clegg as bad as Leon Brittan but if he knew that should worry us.

MORE BBC PAEDOPHILES

No wonder the BBC are slow to report these claims. 

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