Britain’s politicians continue to sacrifice its children

Britain has had its share of useless and venal prime ministers, from Neville Chamberlain, to Jim Callaghan, Anthony Eden and Gordon Brown. Theresa May is giving them all a run for their money in a race to the bottom. May?s inept and deceitful handling of Brexit negotiations should hardly be a surprise, considering her record of scandal as home secretary.

Still, as home secretary, May fulminated ? with good reason ? about the ?dereliction of duty? of those authorities who not only failed to act but deliberately covered up the industrial-scale rape of white British girls by Muslim gangs. Shockingly, though, it seems that the proverb about people in glass houses is as true as ever. Quote:

A child abuse survivor who served on the panel of the Government’s independent inquiry has told talkRADIO she was silenced to ensure Theresa May could become Prime Minister.

Sharon Evans, who also runs the charity Dot Com, told John Nicolson the child abuse inquiry was all about controlling information, and she fears the Grenfell Tower inquiry will proceed along the same lines.

Evans was a senior figure and a public face at the inception of the inquiry, which was set up in 2015 following the Jimmy Savile paedophilia scandal while May was still home secretary. End of quote.

Savile?s vile proclivities were an open secret. Even back in his Sex Pistols days, John Lydon told the BBC, ?I think [Savile]?s into all kinds of seediness, that we all know about but are not allowed to talk about. I know some rumors! I bet none of this will be allowed out.? Lydon was right. ?I found myself banned from BBC radio for quite a while,? he notes. ?I?m very, very bitter that the likes of Savile and the rest of them were allowed to continue.?

It has long been known that powerful forces colluded to conceal the truth about Savile, even after his death. It seems that that powerful protection went right to the apex of British politics. Quote:

She told John Nicolson that she soon began to harbour concerns about how the inquiry was being run, and these concerns prompted her to suggest to her fellow panellists that they write to Theresa May.

She continued: “I was taken to one side and it was made clear to me, I was told that Theresa May was going to be the Prime Minister, this inquiry was going to be part of this, and that if I didn’t toe the line and do I was told, if I tried to get information out, I would be discredited by her advisors.”

Evans also claimed that, when talking to the Home Affairs Select Committee, she was given a 23-page document of what she should say and told then-chair Keith Vaz “I fear that I may not be able to tell the truth because I have been told what I may and may not say.”

Although Evans and her colleagues were promised the inquiry would be independent, she told John “there was no independence” and the confidentiality clause imposed on all panel members facilitated the “suppression” of the truth.

When asked who wanted to suppress the information, she said “my belief is that it was the Home Office.” End of quote.


Theresa May?s Home Office.

Neville Chamberlain at least had the poor excuse of being clueless and over-timid. There can be no excuses for a prime minister who deliberately climbed over raped children to get to Number Ten.