Children’s rights campaigners are fighting a brave and tireless battle for a National CSA inquiry to uncover the truth about decades of abuse in the UK.
They’ve recently launched a Twitter campaign to ask for the direct support and intervention of MP’s to press for a full-scale investigation.
At present, over 100 Parliamentarians have joined the appeal, which leaves almost 400 who have yet to sign-up or reply.
Full details can be found on the Ian Pace and Exaro websites:
The call for a national inquiry comes in the wake of the Jimmy Savile BBC paedophile scandal, which was covered-up by the authorities for years due to Savile’s links to government and royalty.
Despite many brave victims coming forward they were often ignored or threatened by the police and not just in the Savile case.
From Kincora to Jersey; from the Elm Guest House to Islington; from Lambeth to Dolphin Square; from Bryn Alyn to No 10 and Buckingham Palace, thousands of innocent British children have been denied justice for their suffering.
And make no mistake about it, these children weren’t only horrifically raped and abused, they were, in many instances, also murdered.
The tentacles of filth reach far and wide and encompass local councils, police forces, social services, the judiciary, the media and central government; every part of the British Establishment is involved in the abuse and subsequent cover-up.
What we urgently need now is a single, over-arching, national inquiry to finally uncover the sordid truth about Britain’s VIP paedophile-ring.
Every MP in the land should be rushing to join the fight for justice, including Cameron, Clegg and Miliband.
Not to mention every member of the House of Lords.
And if they’re not, ask yourself this.
What possible reason could they have for not wanting justice for abused children?
We haven’t got a bloody clue.