Britain’s Pizzagate? Part Twelve.

Like Jimmy Savile, Cyril Smith was perceived as a hero by the British public and this is again due to the fact that the mainstream media at the time presented him as a hero.

BBC reported his funeral

‘Wonderful man’

His friend Lord Alton said he received a letter from Sir Cyril after his death telling him he must read the poem Death Is Nothing At All.

“He was a brilliant political organiser,” he told the congregation, after reading the Canon Henry Scott Holland poem.

“He was a remarkable man, a wonderful man, a great friend and we shall all miss him greatly.”

Sir Cyril was famously outspoken and could be disdainful of Westminster, once branding Parliament as “the longest-running farce in the West End”.

According to Simon Hughes, deputy leader of the Liberal Democrats, the politician commanded huge affection within the party.

Speaking after the service, he said: “When I got elected as the youngest Liberal MP, he became an uncle figure offering advice, being there to say ‘that’s good lad’ or telling me off and putting me on the right lines.

“He was somebody who gave people tough love, he knew that sometimes if you were to benefit he had to give you a talking to, but he had really clear, high standards and principles.

“But above all he remembered he came from Rochdale and was in politics to help people from the bottom up, to narrow the gap between the rich and the poor and help make Britain a fairer place.”

Sir Cyril was knighted in 1988 and was awarded the MBE in 1966, when he also served as mayor of Rochdale.

He retired from Westminster in 1992.

Below is a report on his 80th birthday bash in which Nick Clegg “passes his best wishes” to the well known paedophile at the time.

He said: “You were a beacon for our party in the 70s and 80s and continue to be an inspiration for the people of Rochdale and many others.”

Local party officials have also set up a birthday tribute page on the social networking website, Facebook, for people to leave their best wishes the BBC also reported.

The Daily Mirror do mention the allegations in this article but I notice the article was updated in September 2012, I would not be surprised if the original article had no reference to the sexual abuse allegations.

The man who brought a wider dimension to the role of celebrity MP was being remembered as a rare political character last night.

Sir Cyril Smith, who died yesterday aged 82, was a larger-than-life figure often billed as the biggest thing to come out of Rochdale since Gracie Fields.

Born in the Lancashire town in 1928, he was its Liberal MP from 1972 until his retirement 20 years later.

He became one of the best known MPs as much for his huge 25 stone girth as his flamboyant personality – once describing Parliament as “the longestrunning farce in the West End”.

Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg paid a warm tribute last night but some will also recall Sir Cyril had a darker side.

He had faced calls to be stripped of his knighthood over his dealings with asbestos producer Turner & Newall.

The Mirror’s Kevin Maguire, who broke the story, said: “I’ll shed no crocodile tears. Cyril Smith was in the pocket of the asbestos industry.

“The fatal fibres were killing his constituents, the local Turner & Newall factory a death machine.

“Instead of standing up for them the Liberal MP asked the bosses to write his speeches in the House of Commons.

“Smith wasn’t just unrepentant when I confronted him with the evidence a couple of years ago. He was brazen.

“No wonder a dozen MPs later demanded he lose his knighthood.

“Then there are the sexual abuse allegations which swirled around Smith. I don’t know the truth and hesitate to repeat them when he’s just died.

“But I note Smith didn’t sue when they surfaced in print 31 years ago.

“Nice one, Cyril? No.”

Lib Dem leader Mr Clegg said: “Cyril Smith was one of the most recognisable and likeable politicians of his day.

“I am deeply saddened to hear the news of his death and offer my sincere condolences to his family and friends. Go to Daily Mirror to read more.

Apparently the Sun did not report the story or have removed it as their report on his funeral cannot be found.

Britain’s Pizzagate? Part Eleven.

Glorifying child rapists and murderers

It is quite obvious that there is a huge cover up going on involving the British media, government and police. I have tried to back everything up with mainstream media but the rumours online are disturbing and many of the old rumours online turned out to be true and are now confirmed as online bloggers and YouTubers were reporting people like Jimmy Savile and Leon Brittan years before mainstream media were. It appears that the mainstream media are pushing for the truth as they have reported many stories but judging by the online rumours that are circulating it appears they are potentially still covering up this scandal to this day. I’m not going to share these rumours because I cannot prove and don’t know how accurate they are.

What is provable is the fact that the mainstream media have glorified these people presented them as legends despite their crimes. Below is Jimmy Savile’s funeral, thousands of people celebrated the life of a man that destroyed lives.

The Daily Mail reports Jimmy Savile’s funeral.

  • In the homily it was said Sir Jimmy can face eternal life with confidence
  • Thousands of mourners line the streets as 700 people pack the cathedral
  • Broadcasting icon will be buried in the North Yorkshire seaside resort of Scarborough today
  • Porters at Leeds Royal Infirmary where Sir Jimmy worked as a volunteer show their respects on funeral procession

He had planned every detail of his funeral, made sure family and friends were all there and  left precise instructions for his extraordinary send-off.

So there was only one question that needed to be asked yesterday when they said farewell to Sir Jimmy Savile: ‘How’s about that then?’ (Jimmy Savile’s catchphrase.)

It didn’t really need a response.

So many people turned out to line the streets and celebrate his life, it quickly became obvious what the answer was.

With cheers and applause, the veteran DJ and ceaseless charity fundraiser was seen off the premises, as he once phrased it, with a remarkable show of affection.

Part of the city centre in his beloved Leeds was brought to a standstill as he did a final lap of his past – the modest house where he grew up, his mother’s home, and hospitals where countless ordinary folk benefited from his various good deeds.

Then the hearse that took him on the extended farewell tour brought him under police escort to St Anne’s cathedral for solemn prayers, fond memories and laughter.

The Daily Mail and the rest mainstream media presented Jimmy Savile’s funeral as if he was a national treasure and they would claim that this was a mistake that was made due to them not knowing what Jimmy Savile was doing, but can that be true? Of course they knew or at least heard the rumours they’re journalists FFS and they still decided to glorify him and the event, it was probably the final insult for many of his victims.

Apparently the Sun were ready to expose Jimmy Savile before he died so it is undeniable that certain people at the Sun knew.

The Sun have also removed this article about his funeral from their website!