Boris Johnson. What’s his take on the Westminster paedophile ring? 40 MPs involved in Police paedophile investigations.

Hi Tap 
An excellent article about Johnson here. It would be great if you can tweet or post it.

Is he one of us, or one of them?
Thanks.  Dave.

TAP –  I’ll read it.

Several allegations – supported by thousands of Londoners and dozens of journalists across the piece – suggest that trust in BoJo is far from universal. Meetings with Newscorp at the outset of the Hackgate saga look bad, and hint at him having been complicit with Rebekah Brooks in trying to spike the Met investigation – in return for rewards from Newscorp to do with colleges in London. Mayor Johnson declared – 24 hours after having a meeting with Brooks and Rupert Murdoch – that the phone-hacking accusations were “just a load of left-wing poppycock”. The due process of law suggests that (putting this in the nicest way possible) Johnson was wrong. (Rumours have in turn persisted for several years that the Mayor enjoyed a sexual liaison with Ms Brooks, although he isn’t especially known for his willingness to join queues).
Another ongoing enigma is the way he seems to have dragged his feet when it comes to the Elm House paedophile enquiry. The accusation here is that he suspects the stories of senior Tory involvement in the Rocks Lane riotous assembly may indeed be true, and would rather people like Lord Brittan were left alone to enjoy a quiet retirement.
That, as London Mayor, he favoured the taxis manufactured by his political ally Tim Yeo is a claim I must confess I find hard to dismiss from my mind. Mayor Johnson gave taxi emissions evidence to the Environmental Audit Committee that was, shall we say, equivocal….as a result of which hundreds of cab drivers were forced to buy Yeo’s taxis – although they were even more pollutive than the existing vehicles.
Then there is his alleged brokering of a deal with a UAE wealth fund for Barclays Bank, and the Barclays sponsorship of Boris Bikes that followed it…with of course, BoJo’s usual fulsome support of the ghastly Bob Diamond – who later turned out to suffer from Libor memory lapses that even the Treasury Select Committee found hard to accept.
Others still allege that Mayor Johnson’s motivation for Fire and Police Station closures – and the closure of Earls Court Centre – was to enable lucrative property deals. Also that harassment of Earls Court rental residents at the time was widespread in a bid to ensure their compliance.
And going back many years, Johnson admits that he promised his Eton chum Darius Guppy he would “deal with” some heavies who were after Guppy as a result of an insurance claim. (Guppy’s claim was later proved to be bogus, and he went to prison – a sad victim of the Rule of Law which was still in operation at the time).
Some aspects of Johnson’s behaviour are a matter of fact. He made Rupert Murdoch his Guest of Honour at the London Olympic Games….at a time when Murdoch’s motives and actions were under close criminal scrutiny. He is also to be seen hugely embarrassed during and after an interview with Eddie Mair in which he was forced to agree that he had made up quotes as a journalist, and blatantly lied to his Party leader David Cameron. The interviewer Eddie Mair suggested to Boris that he is in fact “a nasty piece of work”, and for once Boris was tongue-tied.

TAP – Looks like you’ve answered your own question.  Although I see no killer facts contained here.  It could be an attempt to grub down Boris’ level of support amongst Conservatives.  It does seem that politicians are not aware that they need to address the issue of the Westminster paedophile ring, or they will all lose all respect and credibility across the board.

If they admit to 40 MPs being involved, you can only imagine that to be an underestimate.  Any politician that remains silent about this abomination in their midst must be assumed to be involved.  The work of the Common Law courts is closing in on them.

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9 Responses to “Boris Johnson. What’s his take on the Westminster paedophile ring? 40 MPs involved in Police paedophile investigations.”

  1. Anonymous says:

    BoBo the clown is probably one of them himself.

  2. Anonymous says:

    big boris came out in favour of homosexuality when the london buses wanted to carry christian adverts on the sides, boris has been known to insist on silence with the london care homes sex with boys scandal
    peter tatchell was in favour of a sex with boys does no harm campaign

  3. Eleni G says:

    Has anyone considered he is insisting on silence for a reason rather than speaking out either in defence or condemnation of his colleagues. He is playing a long game politically at the moment and I believe we should wait to see on his actions a bit more and reserve judgement for the time being.
    But this was a good questions I’m glad was asked and have been pondering myself for some time…

  4. Anonymous says:

    just one thing puts me off boris
    the jews worked hard to replace ken livingstone with boris
    so if boris is their endorsed candidate hes no good for us
    but tell me one political being who is for the british ?
    ok nigel farage enoch powell or william joyce who else ?

  5. sovereigntea says:

    According to the Jerusalem Post

    Pro-Israel Conservative sworn in as London mayor

    Now fancy that another compromised puppet propelled into high office.

  6. sovereigntea says:

    Boris Johnson liar traitor enemy propagandist.

    quote re Ukraine a Zionist Oligarch project being funded by UK taxpayers via israeli agent Cameron.

    Look at what Putin is doing in Ukraine, and the distinction is obvious. There is only one reason why those drunken Russian-backed separatists had access to a Buk surface-to-air missile. It was a present from Vladimir in the Kremlin. He has set on this conflict. He is fanning the flames of violence in a sovereign European state. This is his war. He bears responsibility, and he must not be allowed to get away with it.

  7. sovereigntea says:

    Follow the money !

    Why should UK taxpayers foot the bill for Ukrainian oligarchs’ military adventures?

    This week the PM, who is valued at a comparably modest £4 million, pledged £1 billion from UK taxpayers to the President of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko – worth the considerably higher figure of $1.3 billion. Cameron is considered an aristocrat in Britain but his Ukrainian counterpart is known as an oligarch. Poroshenko has amassed this fortune in a country with an average monthly salary which is 1/15th that of the UK.

  8. Anonymous says:

    All roads lead to Israel !

    Step forward Ihor Kolomoisky, who fancies himself as the new Poroshenko (who was the new Tymoshenko, who was the new… repeat ad infinitum). Proud patriot Kolomoisky, a citizen of no less than three countries – Cyprus, Israel and Ukraine – has adroitly used his emergency appointment as governor of Dnepropetrovsk to position himself as a staunch advocate of Ukrainian nationalism.

  9. Anonymous says:

    anyone who supports peter tatchell and the boy nobbers should be shot, someone please shoot the zio traiter boris asap

    Nixon Skyscrapes

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