As the British public reals in horror at the latest ISIS outrage, ponders the implications of Scottish Independence, or scratches their head in disbelief at the Pistorius verdict, the government cover up of the Westminster paedophile scandal gathers pace. Having been forced to bend to public pressure, and remove the previous head of the inquiry, evidence is now coming to light that Fiona Wolf, Lord Mayor of the City of London Corporation, has connections to Lord Brittan going back at least a decade. Lord Brittan was, of course, the Home Secretary who buried the Geoffrey Dickens MP government paedophile dossier in the 1980s. Unbeknownst to Dickens, Brittan was one of the major establishment paedophiles that he was trying to expose, having been a regular attendee at the VIP child sex parties at Elm Guest House.
As the Mail Online reported today “The controversial new head of the Government’s inquiry into historic sex abuse is under growing pressure as more evidence emerged of her links to a key figure in the scandal.Fiona Woolf has connections going back at least a decade with Leon Brittan, who is accused of involvement in a cover-up when he was Home Secretary.The new links come after The Mail on Sunday revealed that Mrs Woolf, 66, has lived in the same upmarket street as the Brittans since 2005; sits on the board of a City conference with the former Minister; gave a £50 donation to his wife for a fun run last year; and judges a business award with her. Lord Brittan is a key figure in the inquiry because of his involvement in the scandal of hundreds of files on child abuse that the Home Office admitted had been lost or shredded. Lord Brittan was handed a now-lost dossier in 1983, which he insists he passed on to officials“.
Labour MP Simon Danczuk, who exposed Cyril Smith as a serial paedophile, has called for a commons debate on the links between Wolf and Brittan, but this has been stonewalled by leader of the House, William Hague. Hague also has provable connections with Brittan, having succeeded him as MP for Richmond in 1989, and prior to that, had even written speeches for Lord Brittan. In his role as Welsh Secretary in 1996, Hague stifled a public inquiry into child sex abuse at a welsh care home for boys. The inquiry, led by Sir Ronald Waterhouse, was restricted under terms of reference laid down by Hague .
As we now know, one of the senior Tory’s accused of prolific and repeated child abuse in Welsh care homes was none other than the late Lord MacAlpine.
How convenient that MacAlpine died only months after he was named, albeit after threatening anyone who dared to even mention his name in connection with child abuse with libel. The security services did for MacAlpine what they did for Savile, no doubt.
I have said before and will say it again: the establishment is on the ropes and on the verge of collapse. The Paedophile ring permeates the very highest levels of the British establishment and its national security apparatus. They will do everything ,therefore, to keep the truth under lock and key.