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    BBC News - UK children suffered sex abuse on 'industrial scale'

    Words of UK Prime Minister David Cameron......

    Having listened to the people on here claiming again and again that it really was down to Catholic Church and that aside from Catholic church it was relatively minor this comes as not a surprise.
    Again seeing the claims that the state was a better protector of people than anybody else was a mantra pushed forward by same individuals.

    Time and again UK Councils, Police Forces and Governments overlooked what was happening or pretending it didn't exist.

    UK has already abolished Rotherham council and appointed commisioners for the systematic action in refusing to acknowledge there was even a problem. A South Yorkshire police officer mysteriously killed by a car was up to his neck in it.

    Rotherham, Manchester, Birmingham, Oxford, Rochdale, Islington, Haringay, Bristol, Carmartenshire and the list goes on and on of councils who completely and utterly refused to even acknowledge a problem existed not just once but again and again.

    Margaret Hodge MP pretty much ignored child abuse issues when Leader of Islington Council, cutting budgets and pretending it didn't exist. Course in due time she became UK's Minister for Children.
    Timeline: Margaret Hodge row | Society | The Guardian

    We know the history of Labour MP's Harman, Hewitt and Dromey supporting PIE.

    Then again the media is delighted to focus on others, completely and utterly ignoring the Jimmy Saville / Rolf Harris / Jonathan King and many other celebs who were aided and abetted by media organisations in covering up child abuse.

    Having had a search of all the councils listed they came back with one common fact................... ALL were historically or currently are run by UK Labour Party.

    UK Labour grandees with their "Nanny" state agenda, somehow think they are the better arbitrator of peoples rights than the individual, is that really a surprise that political dogma was used as a means of allowing child abuse on an industrial scale and covering it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by odie1kanobe View Post

    Having listened to the people on here claiming again and again that it really was down to Catholic Church and that aside from Catholic church it was relatively minor this comes as not a surprise.
    Who said that?

    Where you have people in power you'll find people abusing that power. It is good to see DC acknowledging the problem.

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    The press has been full of these stories for several years now.

    Have you had your head under a rock all that time?

    The RCC actively covered up the problems. That makes them cµnts in my view. Others did the same. They are also cµnts in my view.

    The guilt of one doesn't absolve the other of any guilt, although at least one of the perpetrators of cover-up claims the right to forgive the perpetrators independent of the views of the victims.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Des Quirell View Post
    The press has been full of these stories for several years now.

    Have you had your head under a rock all that time?

    The RCC actively covered up the problems. That makes them cµnts in my view. Others did the same. They are also cµnts in my view.

    The guilt of one doesn't absolve the other of any guilt, although at least one of the perpetrators of cover-up claims the right to forgive the perpetrators independent of the views of the victims.
    Really then obviously folks in Labour Party in Rotherham didn't get the message.

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    Quote Originally Posted by odie1kanobe View Post
    Really then obviously folks in Labour Party in Rotherham didn't get the message.
    Your point being?

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    Quote Originally Posted by odie1kanobe View Post
    Having listened to the people on here claiming again and again that it really was down to Catholic Church and that aside from Catholic church it was relatively minor this comes as not a surprise.
    Given that you say you have listened it 'again and again', I'm sure you will have no trouble providing links to the half dozen most salient examples.

    In my view, this type of abuse is inevitable where you have unaccountable power in society.
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    I've asked this question many times but no-one seems to have an answer. Why is there such a high level of really sick, depraved behaviour amongst those high up in english society? From what we're hearing it seems to go to the very top. Ex prime ministers and royals involved etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by odie1kanobe View Post
    BBC News - UK children suffered sex abuse on 'industrial scale'

    Words of UK Prime Minister David Cameron......

    Having listened to the people on here claiming again and again that it really was down to Catholic Church and that aside from Catholic church it was relatively minor this comes as not a surprise.
    Again seeing the claims that the state was a better protector of people than anybody else was a mantra pushed forward by same individuals.

    Time and again UK Councils, Police Forces and Governments overlooked what was happening or pretending it didn't exist.

    UK has already abolished Rotherham council and appointed commisioners for the systematic action in refusing to acknowledge there was even a problem. A South Yorkshire police officer mysteriously killed by a car was up to his neck in it.

    Rotherham, Manchester, Birmingham, Oxford, Rochdale, Islington, Haringay, Bristol, Carmartenshire and the list goes on and on of councils who completely and utterly refused to even acknowledge a problem existed not just once but again and again.

    Margaret Hodge MP pretty much ignored child abuse issues when Leader of Islington Council, cutting budgets and pretending it didn't exist. Course in due time she became UK's Minister for Children.
    Timeline: Margaret Hodge row | Society | The Guardian

    We know the history of Labour MP's Harman, Hewitt and Dromey supporting PIE.

    Then again the media is delighted to focus on others, completely and utterly ignoring the Jimmy Saville / Rolf Harris / Jonathan King and many other celebs who were aided and abetted by media organisations in covering up child abuse.

    Having had a search of all the councils listed they came back with one common fact................... ALL were historically or currently are run by UK Labour Party.

    UK Labour grandees with their "Nanny" state agenda, somehow think they are the better arbitrator of peoples rights than the individual, is that really a surprise that political dogma was used as a means of allowing child abuse on an industrial scale and covering it up.
    "Words of UK Prime Minister David Cameron......"

    Did he make a tearful apology in parliament and announce a compensation scheme?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cruimh View Post
    Who said that?

    Where you have people in power you'll find people abusing that power. It is good to see DC acknowledging the problem.
    Cherry-picked selective quote of the year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by odie1kanobe View Post
    BBC News - UK children suffered sex abuse on 'industrial scale'

    Words of UK Prime Minister David Cameron......

    Having listened to the people on here claiming again and again that it really was down to Catholic Church and that aside from Catholic church it was relatively minor this comes as not a surprise.
    Again seeing the claims that the state was a better protector of people than anybody else was a mantra pushed forward by same individuals.

    Time and again UK Councils, Police Forces and Governments overlooked what was happening or pretending it didn't exist.

    UK has already abolished Rotherham council and appointed commisioners for the systematic action in refusing to acknowledge there was even a problem. A South Yorkshire police officer mysteriously killed by a car was up to his neck in it.

    Rotherham, Manchester, Birmingham, Oxford, Rochdale, Islington, Haringay, Bristol, Carmartenshire and the list goes on and on of councils who completely and utterly refused to even acknowledge a problem existed not just once but again and again.

    Margaret Hodge MP pretty much ignored child abuse issues when Leader of Islington Council, cutting budgets and pretending it didn't exist. Course in due time she became UK's Minister for Children.
    Timeline: Margaret Hodge row | Society | The Guardian

    We know the history of Labour MP's Harman, Hewitt and Dromey supporting PIE.

    Then again the media is delighted to focus on others, completely and utterly ignoring the Jimmy Saville / Rolf Harris / Jonathan King and many other celebs who were aided and abetted by media organisations in covering up child abuse.

    Having had a search of all the councils listed they came back with one common fact................... ALL were historically or currently are run by UK Labour Party.

    UK Labour grandees with their "Nanny" state agenda, somehow think they are the better arbitrator of peoples rights than the individual, is that really a surprise that political dogma was used as a means of allowing child abuse on an industrial scale and covering it up.

    And this thread isn't being shut down because nobody has mentioned Muslims yet?

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