As the UK has launched a new-judge led inquiry panel to investigate a pedophile ring operated in 1980s, the Home Secretary Theresa May warns the allegations are just a “tip of an iceberg” and the problem is “woven, covertly, into the fabric of our society.”
The lid is being slowly pried open to reveal the abhorrent world of pedophiles that were protected by people in power.
I reported on Bush Snr and Cheney and their alleged links to pedophilia in a Vox News article “a tale of child sex, murder, espionage, blackmail, and huge payoffs. And all the players are involved. From the White House to the CIA to the media barons to the Republican elite – right down to the orphanages where they procured their victims.”
Now, in the UK, Home Secretary Theresa May said Britons still do not appreciate the “true scale of that abuse.”
Writing in the Telegraph, May warned that the investigation into predators of children will “lead into our schools and hospitals, our churches, our youth clubs and many other institutions that should have been places of safety…” and that Justice Lowell Goddard would be empowered to track the evidence “wherever it takes her.”
In July 2014 Peter Mckelvie, a whistle-blower who was kicked off UK police pedophile probe Operation Fernbridge, disclosed a list compiled by police of current and former politicians suspected of participating in the child sex abuse. He revealed that as many as 40 British MPs and peers either knew about or took part in the Westminster “pedophile ring.”