Cross party group of paedophile sympathisers wants EU to continue

Ken Clarke, Danny Alexander and Lord Mandelson warn against EU exit


Tory, Lib Dem and Labour politicians speak out as cross-party British Influence group launches manifesto for reforming Europe
Ken Clarke

Ken Clarke, the only Tory Europhile in the cabinet, said Britain could reap huge rewards by staying in the EU. Photograph: Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images
The Conservative cabinet minister Ken Clarke has joined forces with Liberal Democrat Danny Alexander and Labour’s Lord Mandelson to warn that leaving the EU would be a “historical error”.
TAP – The ‘huge benefits’ they mention include access to children for paedophiles to rape.
No wonder they call their little group ‘better off in’.   If I was a child in fear of such serial rapists, I’d prefer the slogan ‘better off OUT’!!!!  Meanwhile not one police enquiry has yet discovered a single politician guilty or even suspected of paedophile abuse.  If Britain leaves the EU, the legal system that protects them might crumble, and paedophiles in politics would finally be revealed.
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3 Responses to “Cross party group of paedophile sympathisers wants EU to continue”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Maybe a good place to start?

    Aleister Crowley(Documentary MUST SEE!)-The Wickedest Man In the World Documentary
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=12_PUYtkZBc

    HETT

    Seemed a good idea at the time!!

  2. Unknown says:

    Most likely due to the fact they are blackmailed up to the eye balls and consequently do the bidding of the spooks and there real controllers. That sure is not for the good in the world

  3. Anonymous says:

    So KEN has 2,346!!! friends in high places?

    EU: More UK bankers paid above 1m euros

    More British bankers earned more than one million euros (£860,000) each in 2011 than the rest of the European Union (EU) put together, according to the European Banking Authority (EBA).

    Figures from the EU’s banking regulator showed 2,346 bankers earned more than 1m euros in the UK, compared with 739 in the rest of the EU.

    In Germany, Europe’s second-largest economy, there were just 170.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/23321835

    HETT

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