Cliff Richard, Jimmy Savile, Lord Longford, Myra Hindley and the porn report

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We now know murderous child abuser Jimmy Savile was living a lie.

He managed to keep up the pretence that he was a lighthearted DJ who was into charity work for the best part of 50 years.

That could not have happened without high-level support.

Many are now saying that not only was Savile a child abuser but he may also have been a procurer for other filthy VIPs.

Could there other famous faces in the UK who have also managed to dupe us?

We were very interested to read this report about an enquiry , set-up by Lord Longford,  to investigate pornography.

Lord Longford was a long-time supporter of child killer, Myra Hindley.

Myra Hindley apparently had links to Jimmy Savile.

Some people claim Myra Hindley is not really dead but is living under an assumed identity.

Lord Longford invited some special chums to help him find out about obscene publications.

Amongst the gang were none other than Jimmy Savile and the Reverend Cliff Richard :

” Lord Longford has decided to produce a report on pornography…

The committee of inquiry was, predictably, a farce from beginning to end. Its remit was to discover the ‘means of tackling the problem of pornography’, so no one was much surprised when the membership was packed with Christian cronies of the chairman, and excluded those who didn’t see pornography as a problem in the first instance.

And, since a survey in the ’70s revealed that one in five men regularly bought pornographic magazines, it has to be assumed that there were many who didn’t view it in the same negative light.

Amongst those who were included, and who stayed the course, were singer Cliff Richard and Radio One DJ Jimmy Savile, alongside more obvious suspects like Malcolm Muggeridge and the Rt. Revd Ronald Ralph Williams, the Bishop of Leicester.

The high point of the exercise was undoubtedly a trip to Denmark to witness some of the famed live sex shows of that country, at one of which ‘a beautiful young woman pressed a whip into Lord Longford’s hand and invited him to beat her’.

The Guardian report of the incident added: ‘His Lordship declined.’

As he beat instead a hasty retreat, he told his colleague, the future Tory MP Gyles Brandreth, that he ‘had seen enough for science and more than enough for enjoyment’. In the circumstances, it was perhaps as well that he didn’t recognize that the ‘woman’ was in fact a transvestite.

On the plane over, Longford had been ostentatiously reading the Bible to put himself in the correct frame of mind, though perhaps he would have been better off having had a word with his newly acquired fellow campaigner, Mary Whitehouse.

She had visited Denmark the previous year as part of a World in Action programme and had picked up a magazine in her hotel bookshop containing images so ‘pervasive and corrupting’ that she had to pray to ‘ask the Lord to cleanse her’.

When the Longford report emerged in 1972, it was an immediate best-seller, largely because it was marketed as a fat paperback with the single word ‘Pornography’ in huge letters on the cover, and because it retailed at a very competitive 60p.

Its contents, however, were disappointing in terms both of intellectual engagement with the subject (Bernard Levin dismissed it as ‘heated amateurism’) and of cheap thrills, though there were those who relished such passages as a passages as a lengthy account of sex and sadism in a boys’ boarding school:

Sometimes the prefects did a lot of the whipping; at other times they made the third-year boys do it as well, or the second-year boys whip the first years and the first years whip each other.’

The most succinct response to the entire enterprise came when the actor Robert Morley told Longford that ‘if somebody liked to dress up in chamois leather and be stung by wasps, I really couldn’t see why one should stop him’.

What an enlightening read.

http://www.alwynwturner.com/crisis/extracts08.html

https://thecolemanexperience.wordpress.com/2013/03/16/is-myra-hindley-really-dead/

https://thecolemanexperience.wordpress.com/2013/03/25/reverend-cliff-richard-and-the-tragic-death-of-jill-dando/

One thought on “Cliff Richard, Jimmy Savile, Lord Longford, Myra Hindley and the porn report

  1. I’m all for hunting down nonces but this is a series on tenuous links of the kind that could rope in just about anybody by association: what are you trying to say, Longford was in on it? If you were you are well wide of the mark. Just because he had the courage to put his religious principles (not ones I share) before popularity (we criticise politicians for not being willing to put their neck out these days) doesn’t mean he was ready to condone abuse… Only a dickhead could manage to turn his dislike for pornography into support for nonces like Savile.
    The worst you can say about Longford is that he could be naïve – but too many people were when it came to Savile.

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