Over the past few weeks, more and more examples of state corruption and collaboration are emerging.
It seems that paedophile crimes are being covered up throughout the land. We have witnessed shocking events in Rochdale, Rotherham and South Yorkshire, Dyfed and Powys (the Chief Constable Terry Grange case), Oxford and Cherwell Valley and the disgusting sex abuse career of Jimmy Savile.
In each case, it seems clear that powerful and influential figures are being allowed to behave outside the law with impunity and by that I include both the abusers of children and those who collaborate with them.. If you happen to be a member of this informal “magic circle” or are in a position to blackmail any of these individuals, the state will protect you. This situation is epitomised by the example of Savile, who could blatantly get away with anything. He knew that the law of the land did not apply to him.
It is also perfectly obvious that in order to continue to provide cover for the activities of such wealthy criminals, any victims who are brave enough to complain, as well as as those who seek to come to their aid, are to be brutally persecuted by the state.
In Jersey, courageous former Senator Stuart Syvret was jailed for his gallant efforts to expose the innumerable horrifying crimes committed against children that took place at Haut De La Garenne by the likes of Savile and his fellow paedophiles.
Back on the mainland, outspoken anti child-abuse campaigner Chris Wittwer has clearly been targetted by the authorities in revenge for his public exposure of paedophiles.
So far, in the Hollie Greig case, it is not just me (Robert Green) who has seen the inside of a prison cell. Englishman Tim Rustige and two brave Scots have been grabbed by Scottish Police for the “crime” of challenging the conduct of Scotland`s transparently corrupt regime. Additionally, former Down`s Syndrome Association Information officer John Smithies, was sacked for his support in pursuing the case of Hollie and in doing so, to help protect other Down`s Syndrome rape victims. John`s integrity and courage was rewarded by instant dismissal by current CEO Carol Boys. Just who has been leaning on the Down`s Syndrome Association and why?
In Oxford and Cherwell Valley, near the Prime Minister`s constituency, a very brave Muslim of Asian origin has been dismissed from his post for trying to protect white youngsters from white sexual abusers. This gentleman cannot yet be named, but he should be regarded as a heroic figure, without doubt.
Although the context is entirely different, one should also recall that the appalling debacle surrounding the Hillsborough tragedy was only exposed due to the extraordinary bravery and diligence of the people of Liverpool and Merseyside after 23 years of struggle, but illustrates again just how far the “magic circle” will go to protect its own.
This is the state of our country today.
May I urge more of the good people of the United Kingdom to stand up. Children throughout the land remain in danger, primarily due to either the active collaboration of certain individuals in positions of trust or far more frequently, the moral cowardice of those who put their careers, promotion prospects and pensions first.
One practical step in the short term that any of us can take is to ask your MP to support the Bill to be presented by John Hemming on 26th October in the Commons, details of which are on my previous blog, which will lead to greater transparency in the secretive and unsatisfactory Family Court system. The success of this Bill would do much to both alleviate the suffering of vulnerable children and parents and would place those who administer these proceedings under long-overdue press and public scrutiny.
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Republished with kind permission of Robert Green.
Robert has separately said the following:
Although I no longer represent Anne and Hollie Greig and have not done so for a long time, as they have their own legal team now, as appropriate, I remain committed, as a private citizen with extensive knowledge of Hollie`s case and those related to it, to do everything I can within the correct framework to press for a full inquiry, not only in Hollie`s case, but also in the wider public interest, given the recent horrific exposures of similar cases coming into the spotlight. In particular, the conduct of the BBC comes into question again with its links to covering up the conduct of Jimmy Savile and BBC Scotland`s behaviour, primarily by reporter Mark Daly, who suddenly was forced to drop Hollie`s case after confirming a clear intention to broadcast.