William Mcgrath was housemaster at Kincora boys home and was in the same huge sex ring as Ex-Prime Minister Edward Heath, Edward Paisnell, Nicholas Rabet, Sydney Cooke, Neil Hocquart, Tom Driberg ,Sir Anthony Blunt and grand masonic master Sir Knox Cunningham, Blunts close freind.
Neil Hocquart who blackmailed old single men to make him beneficiary in their wills, died mysteriously during investigations and from him police found Walter Clack also known as William Clack and Wallace Crake who had massive files of childporn who also died before justice could be served, Clack had links to the Jersey care home and to Islington care homes and to bigwigs in the Evangelical church in Norfolk, Clack had lived in Cambridgeshire and had known Anthony Blunt in the fifties.
Special Branch has photographs of boys bound and gagged in the back of a van off to a “party”on the Isle of Wight, the photos were said to be taken in the 1990s, no one was ever charged for these offences, but child killer Fred West did say that several missing kids would be found there.
Labour party operative Tom Driberg was a member of several rings. His British MI5 file was numbered as 2573 and was listed as a PF or “personal file ” he was alleged to have partaken in child sacrifices with Aleister Crowley. His file was later changed to a PP file and these came under Victor Fergusons section GI, both were intel informers.
Dr.Alexander Cannon at the Colnet Hatch Hospital treated many in public office for disturbed sexualities long before the Maudesly Hospital took over with experts like Ruth Sieffert and Joyce Mcdougal.
As Feynman said ” The Only Difference Between People Is The ‘HATS THEY WEAR’, Since All Humans
Possess The Same Biological Functions” I think it was in ‘Surly You Are Joking Mr Feynman’
More names whispered here
ELITE CHILD ABUSE: ‘JIMMY SAVILE… DOORMAN TO THE CESSPIT’ By David Icke
Something of massive significance has happened in Britain in the last two weeks which might have been lost on most of the rest of the world. It concerns the revelations about serial child abuse over decades by a man considered by many to be a British ‘icon’ and ‘national treasure’.
Savile was given a hero’s funeral when he died in 2011 at the age of 84, but a recent television documentary – not by the BBC – has revealed his decades of sexual abuse of underage girls with more revelations coming out by the day. Iceberg and tip come to mind.
Coming from Lord Louis, who was the favourite uncle of Prince Philip, that was quite something. So obviously I hooked up with the Prince – what was good enough for Lord Louis was good enough for him.
More than a hundred people came forward claiming to have been sexually and violently abused at the Jersey home and Lenny Harper has confirmed that Jimmy Savile’s name came up early in his investigation but with not enough evidence to charge him at the time. Savile denied any knowledge of ever being at the home, but a picture emerged of him at the home to show that he was lying.
The now defunct Scallywagmagazine named Lord McAlpine, a treasurer of the Conservative Party, and also Derek Laud, a leading ‘mover and shaker’ in Conservative administrations. Both were close friends of long-time Conservative Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, a close friend of Jimmy Savile. McAlpine and Laud denied the allegations. I am not saying that Margaret Thatcher knew about Savile’s background, only that his friendship with her reveals his connections into the Conservative Party at the highest levels.
War criminal and long-time Prime Minister Tony Blair represented the paedophile-infested Labour Party (see website link after this article) and at his private school, Fettes in Edinburgh, Scotland, he was a close friend of its chaplain, the Very Reverend Dr Ronald Selby Wright, who was known as a persistent paedophile. Edinburgh is a major centre for elite paedophilia and secret societies. Wright was a Church of Scotland Moderator and Chaplain to the Queen and the Fettes historian Robert Philip once said that the young Blair looked up to Dr Wright as a `spiritual mentor’. Philip said: `When Mr Blair was having trouble with the establishment, he confided in Ronald. I think a lot of seeds for his religious faith were sown there.’