How the liberal left and BBC encouraged sexualisation of children, with a little help from David Cameron

Jimmy Savile and how the liberal left encouraged the sexualisation of our children 

PUBLISHED: 22:50, 21 October 2012 UPDATED: 08:23, 22 October 2012

The Jimmy Savile scandal is fast escalating into one of the most shocking cases of a sexual predator that has ever been uncovered.
As the BBC tears itself apart over its role in Savile’s unchecked, five-decade sexual rampage, the scale of his abuse of under-age girls and boys is turning out to be unimaginably vast.
So the question that’s been voiced from the start — how on earth so many people could have turned a blind eye to so much horror for so long — grows ever louder.
Torn apart: The revelations about Savile's behaviour while he was employed by the BBC, and the suggestion that some within the organisation knew what was going on has thrown the beeb into turmoil

Torn apart: The revelations about Savile’s behaviour while he was employed by the BBC, and the suggestion that some within the organisation knew what was going on has thrown the beeb into turmoil
The answer must involve the threatening character of Savile, the cult of celebrity and the mind-twisting fact of his charity work.
But the elephant in this most sordid of rooms is surely the way in which our culture of permissiveness gave a green light to depravity. For decriminalising paedophilia was once a liberal cause.
Back in 1978, an organisation called the Paedophile Information Exchange affiliated itself to the National Council for Civil Liberties — known today as Liberty.
PIE — whose members were reportedly attracted to boys and girls — set out to make paedophilia respectable.


It campaigned to reduce the age of consent and resist controls on child pornography. Until it excluded PIE in 1983, the NCCL thus backed this disgusting agenda of child abuse.
Indeed, even before PIE was affiliated to it, the NCCL was campaigning to liberalise paedophilia and reduce the age of sexual consent to 14. In 1976, the NCCL argued ‘childhood sexual experiences, willingly engaged in with an adult, result in no identifiable damage’.
And in 1977 it said: ‘NCCL has no policy on [PIE’s] aims, other than the evidence that children are harmed if, after a mutual relationship with an adult, they are exposed to the attentions of the police, Press and court.’
Offender? There have been many allegations levelled against the deceased Savile

Explanation: While Savile’s character, the cult of celebrity and his charity work is part of the reason he was able to get away with his crimes, our culture of permissiveness gave a green light to the depravity
The assumption that paedophilia did not harm a child, and that the only harm was done instead by reporting it to the police, was, of course, grotesque.
Yet during this time, when PIE members were being prosecuted on indecency and pornography charges, the General Secretary of the NCCL was Patricia Hewitt — later to become a Labour Cabinet minister.
A second future Labour minister, Harriet Harman, served as the NCCL’s legal officer for four years from 1978.
In the NCCL’s response to a Bill that aimed to ban indecent images of under-16s, she stated absurdly that pornographic photographs or films of children should not be considered indecent unless it could be shown the subject had suffered, claiming that the new law could lead to ‘damaging and absurd prosecutions’ and ‘increase censorship’. Embarrassed by this reminder, Harman now insists she never condoned pornography and had merely wanted to ensure the new law delivered child protection rather than censorship.
How disingenuous. For in such liberal circles, freedom unconstrained by any rules at all had become the shibboleth. Not just freedom of expression but — fatefully — freedom to have sex without any constraints.
Any form of sexual activity was seen as a ‘right’ — regardless of with whom you did it. That’s why the NCCL also campaigned to decriminalise incest.
Objectors were damned as prigs, prudes and bigots. Their silence was enforced by the vicious, politically correct demonisation of anyone who tried to blow the whistle on licentious behaviour, which was blessed by liberals and thus deemed to be untouchable.
The result was that in case after case over the years, the authorities turned a blind eye to the systematic sexual abuse of children in care homes, principally through the terror of being labelled ‘homophobic’.

TAP – Aha!  That’s where Cameron got the ‘homophobic’ defence of his paedophiles from, in his Phillip Schofield interview.

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One Response to “How the liberal left and BBC encouraged sexualisation of children, with a little help from David Cameron”

  1. Anonymous says:

    The left/right paradigm is age old. That’s how people get suckered into vote every 4 years thinking the other party is better than the last. It’s an endless cycle.

    The BBC is the mouthpiece for the government (whatever political persuasion). Unfortunately the BBC is full of Common Purpose/left-leaning socialist/closet communists.

    The BBC will love it when Ed ‘The Red’ Miliband gets into power. As his idol once said: ‘It’s Not the People Who Vote that Count; It’s the People Who Count the Votes’

    And remember this from one of the [B]ritish [B]rainwashing [C]orporation archives:

    And people pay their ”BBC TV Licence” to fund this nonsense. The mind boggles.

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