Council filth at Nottingham. Many victims. Decades of unchecked abuse.

Yet another dirty council
being covered-up by bent police.
If police were not bent,
justice would be swift,
and the bad guys would fear police.

As rape,
and many other forms of exploitation,
are rampant in the UK,
clearly both law and police
are totally inadequate for the job.

Ken Clarke’s Constituency

 Zen Standfast4Truth  28 OCT 2014

MORE than a dozen people have contacted police in the last week with new information about alleged abuse at Notts children’s homes.The Post reported…

4 Responses to “Council filth at Nottingham. Many victims. Decades of unchecked abuse.”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Robert is not a well man and we may lose this giant of whistleblowing soon
    please read this and email him and wish him well

  2. Anonymous says:

    Rev David Bennett is a protected 'pillar of the community', a vicar, a high-up freemason, the chairman of a charity for disadvantaged children. A friend of Savile's since the early Leeds days it seems, and a fellow nonce, it is alleged. And he's still alive and still in all of those roles! Why hasn't he been pulled in for questioning? And the MP for that area is Ken Clarke.

    Is there a connection?

    Talk by
    W. Brother Reverend David E. Bennett, Provincial Grand Chaplain
    The Kinghts of Columbus & the Knights of St. Columba. The Influence of Freemasonry.

    Meeting followed by an informal finger-buffet lunch.

    Any brother wishing to attend should contact the Lodge Secretary no later than 7 days prior to the meeting.

    W. Brother David was born in London, and in due course received an MA from Cambridge. He completed his National Service as a sergeant in the RASC-Parachute Regiment. He attended the Wells Theological College, and was ordained in Wakefield Cathedral .

    His first Ecclesiastical appointment was as curate of Halifax Parish Church

    David spent much of his early working life involved in education in the West Riding of Yorkshire, moving to North Derbyshire, to County Durham, and Northumberland.

    He became an Educational Inspector for Nottingham County Council, and appointed Chaplain to the Lord Mayor of Nottingham in 1988.

    David was initiated into the Craft in 1961 into Victory Lodge and in due time became an active Provincial Officer has also been WM of Notts. Installed Masters and gained Provincial and Grand Ranks in Mark, Red Cross, Knights Templar, Allied Degrees. 30o Rose Croix, and past Z in Royal Arch

    Last year was the 50th anniversary of David's Ordination, and this year marks his 50th year in Freemasonry

    As can be seen David has had a very active and distinguished career in Freemasonry and his dissertation on the Knights of Columba and Columbus should prove to be very interesting and enlightening.

    Chu ching a great blog that just gets better

    Rev David Bennett MA
    The Old Farmhouse
    Main Street
    NG14 7EY
    Tel 0115 9663451

    Rev Mr David Bennett, Another procurer of little children for Jimmy Savile & friends for some decades.

    Since 1970 !!!!!!!!!

    Giving the freshly joyous disadvantaged little virgin Girls & Boys a charity holiday covering some 40 years now in the very popular Wales miles away from prying eyes.

    Using the analogy if you give enough you can have Anyhing ALL you want & Desire "dirty deviants"

    Look WWW was recently " LIVE"


    ps the pain & hurt distress caused by this selfish little shit is real & extreem

    Rev David Bennett

    A guy who has arranged to have his head frozen when he dies & soon hopefully.

    off D Icke – u like

  3. sovereigntea says:

    Ah County Durham see operation Sacristy.

    Has Reverend David E. Bennett any links to Revd Captain Paul T Allinson C A.

    When confronted with claims of the dubious interenet practices of Allinson the local plod seemed to protest too much.

    Safe and Secure A handbook containing guidelines to protect children, young people and those working with them.
    Updated July 2008

    This document is intended to provide ‘hands on’ advice and guidance to those dealing with Child Protection matters in parishes.
    These guidelines are in accordance with Local Safeguarding Children’s Boards guidelines.

    Revd. Paul Allinson
    Diocesan Children’s Adviser

    links info here

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