Thatcher, Hague, Brittan, Dolphin Square and the Operation Pallial link

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Margaret Thatcher is dead.

Or is she?

We have our suspicions.

No matter.

For now, let’s retrace her links to the infamous Dolphin Square complex.

In the 1990’s the now-defunct Scallywag journal, published details of a vile boy brothel being used there by politicians and other VIP’s.

Children were being supplied to the paedophile ring by John Allen, also know as Sister Latex.

There is strong evidence that Operation Pallial should be linking Dolphin Square to the North Wales care home scandal.

According to Justice Denied:

” The  letter written below is penned  by Simon Regan  Editor of Scallyway Magazine   who’s  half  Brother  Angus  James Wilson,  co-founder of Scallywag,   died  in Cyprus in 1994 whilst the magazine  was investigating  the elite paedophile ring operating in North Wales children’s homes and beyond.

In his letter Simon documents Scallywag’s investigation into the North Wales Child Abuse scandal   and the tragic  cover-up by the Courts and the Establishment.

Whilst the Police stole  the affidavits the  abused children had made,  naming their high profile abusers,  the notes of the interviews were kept by investigator Andrea Davison  only to be seized  by the Derby and North Wales Police in January 2010.

Now that this paedophile ring, which Jimmy Savile procured for, is being exposed its time that the Police returned the Affidavits and the notes of these interviews.  The names given by these abused children, some of whom died tragically, should be investigated anew but who can be trusted to do the investigation?

The daily mail recently  wrote   this article–Hague-known.html which opened up the whole North Wales Child abuse scandal up again.  William Hauge   and other Members of the  last Tory  Government  covered up the fact the  Peter Morrison MP  Thatcher’s close friend  and aide was named by children in the North Wales children’s homes as being a  child abuser linked to an elite  paedophile ring.

The Waterhouse Report

By Simon Regan

20 February 2000

The fact that the Waterhouse report went as far as it did is highly commendable, and obviously long overdue. But the trouble with any investigation which tries to break through a ‘cult of silence’ is the lingering doubts that it will ever get down to the whole full truth of the matter. Waterhouse is probably merely the tip of the iceberg.

The report suggests there is ‘no evidence’ that Freemasonry had anything to do with the scandal. Yet there were two inadequate and inconclusive police inquiries, including one into a senior officer, by a force in North Wales riddled with freemasons.

There was a consistent lack of initiative on the part of the local Clwyd CC in the face of overwhelming evidence of consistent child abuse at Bryn Estyn, ostensibly because the council insurers advised against any action. This in itself insults democracy in a way that borders on the criminal. By a policy of non-action, both the police and the council became embroiled in a blatant cover-up.

Anyone who has even vaguely become acquainted with paedophilia knows very well that they will go to the ends of the earth to keep their activities absolutely secret. They are professional experts in covering their tracks.

In the early nineties, in the now defunct Scallywag magazine, which I founded, we interviewed in some depth twelve former inmates at Bryn Estyn who had all been involved in the Wrexham paedophile ring, which the tribunal acknowledges existed. Most of these interviews were extremely harrowing and disturbing, but were gently and sensitively conducted over pub lunches where the victim could relax. We subsequently persuaded ten of them to make sworn affidavits which we proposed to use as back up to half a dozen paedophile stories we later published.

Two of these young men, who had been 14-years-old at the time, swore they had been not only introduced to the paedophile ring operating in the Crest Hotel in Wrexham but had later been escorted on three or four occasions to an address in Pimlico where they were further abused.

We took them separately to Pimlico and asked them to point out the building where this had taken place. They were both positive in their identification. It turned out to be the private flat of a well known, and since highly discredited lobbyist who later went into obscurity in some disgrace because of his involvement with Mohammed al-Fayed and the ‘cash for questions’ scandal. At the time we ran a story entitled ‘Boys for Questions’ and named several prominent members of the then Thatcher government. These allegations went to the very top of the Tory party, yet there was a curious and almost ominous lack of writs.

The lobbyist was a notorious ‘queen’ who specialised in gay parties with a ‘political mix’ in the Pimlico area – most convenient to the Commons – and which included selected flats in Dolphin Square. The two young men were able to give us very graphic descriptions of just what went on, including acts of buggery, and alleged that they were only two of many from children’s homes other than North Wales.

There was, to my certain knowledge, at least one resignation from the Conservative office in Smith Square once we had published our evidence and named names.

Subsequently, over a rent dispute which is still a matter of litigation, Dr. Julian Lewis, now Conservative MP for New Forest (East) but then deputy head of research at Conservative Central Office in Smith Square, managed to purchase the contents of our offices, which included all our files. It had been alleged that we owed rent, which we disputed, but under a court order the landlords were able to change the locks and seize our assets which included all our files, including those we had made on paedophiles. It was apparently quite legal, but it was most certainly a dirty trick.

All of a sudden very private information, some of it even privileged between ourselves and our lawyer during the John Major libel action, was being published in selected, pro-Conservative sections of the media.

Subsequently, during a court case initiated by Lewis, I was able in my defence to seek discovery of documents and asked to see the seized files. The paedophile papers were missing. This is a very great shame, because Sir Ronald Waterhouse certainly should have been aware of them.

I believe that the secrecy the Establishment wraps around itself easily equals that of the paedophiles. They really do look after each other and quite professionally cover their tracks.

The real trouble about exposing paedophiles is that former victims of child abuse make lousy witnesses. By the very nature of the abuse, when they are rudely shoved out into the wide world (one of the witnesses, Stephen Messham, for example, was released on his sixteenth birthday on Christmas day after two years of abuse, and had to sleep rough on the streets for four and a half months), they are often deeply psychologically disturbed.

Some of the extreme cases commit suicide, many more were sexually disorientated in the worst possible way. Some became gay prostitutes, others drug addicts, and in nearly every case, at some stage, they needed lengthy counselling. Marriages quickly disintegrated in psychological turmoil and a lot of former victims had real difficulties raising their own children. There are very few victims of child abuse who come out of it without deep scars.

It was all very well for us to take statements from former victims in the cosy atmosphere of a pub lunch, but put them up against an agile and eminent QC whose sole task is to discredit them, and they quickly crumble, even break down in tears. Many former victims now have criminal records of some kind, owing almost exclusively to the abuse itself, and the barrister will brutally exploit this as evidence that the witness is unreliable and tainted. Faced with the choice of a clearly neurotic young man who quickly falls down in the witness-box, and a smooth, experienced, erudite and often highly respected culprit, juries tend to give the accused the benefit of the doubt.

I watched it in the now famous Court 13 at the High Court during the libel action between former Supt. Gordon Anglesey and Private Eye (and others) when, despite the fact that under cross-examination, Anglesey had to admit that his evidence did not correspond with his own notebooks, the ‘other side’ subsequently tore the five main prosecution witnesses to pieces in a monumental act of judicial harassment. Like the whole story of child abuse in North Wales and elsewhere, it broke my heart.”

Simon Regan (deceased) was editor of Scallywag Magazine.

We now know Leon Brittan was passed a dossier about a VIP abuse ring by brave MP Geoffrey Dickens.

Leon Brittan was in Thatcher’s cabinet at the time.

There are lots of rumours circulating about Leon’s predilections.

We now know William Hague was in charge of the enquiry into North Wales child abuse which was a whitewash.

There are lots of rumours circulating about William’s predilections.

William Hague used to live at Dolphin Square.

William Hague has been Thatcher’s political toyboy since he was 16 years old.

How much did Thatcher know about VIP child abuse?

How much did Thatcher know about Brittan and Hague’s alleged predilections?

Has she just died a most convenient death?

Isn’t it about bloody time we found out?

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