A prayer for Britain’s children

prayJason Swift

As Christmas fast approaches, please spare a thought for Britain’s children, past and present.

A lost generation of innocents, traumatised from childhood into adulthood.

Thousands upon thousands snatched from loving parents by vile social workers.

Thousands upon thousands abused by powerful paedophiles over the decades.

Thousands upon thousands bearing the pain for a lifetime.

Suffer the Children of Britain.






Sometimes killed.

Always ruined.

In care homes.

In schools.

In clubs.

In hotels.

In guest houses.

In cars.

In vans.

In seedy rooms.

In luxury flats.

In parliament.

In BBC studios.

In palaces.

By VIP’s.

By filth.

By social workers.

By family members.

By teachers.

By doctors.

By religious leaders.

By businessmen.

By celebs.

By politicians.

By diplomats.

By ministers.

By royalty.

Lives shattered.

Memories blinding.

Permanent scars.

Never believed.






Suffer the children of Britain.

Final retribution.

It’s only a matter of time…









6 thoughts on “A prayer for Britain’s children

    • As foreign secretary, Jack Straw approved the use of our airspace and airports for the transportation of abducted human beings to black sites and third-party states: there to be tortured and incarcerated extra-judicially, indefinitely and without due process rights.

      Straw indeed sanctioned and helped facilitate extra-judicial kidnappings, torture and incarceration of British citizens in black sites and in states that fail to comply with international human rights law.

      Of course this is all highly illegal.

      More recently, of course, the same chiselling little crook was peddling his parliamentary services to the highest bidder, no questions asked, as undercover journalists for the Telegraph and Dispatches uncovered.

      Vile man.


    For anyone who wishes, here is a template email you can add your signature to & send:

    Kathryn Hudson – Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards
    Telephone: 020 7219 0320
    Email: hudsonk@parliament.uk


    Dear Office of the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards:

    RE: Request for an ethics inquiry into the conduct of four serving MPs:

    1) Dr Julian Lewis MP
    2) Peter Lilley MP
    3) Peter Bottomley MP
    4) Sir Edward Leigh MP

    It has been alleged that the MPs above were knowingly involved – either as perpetrators, accessories or both – in a national Child Sex Trafficking operation and organised Child Sexual Abuse that saw vulnerable adolescents (legal minors) trafficked to Westminster from the Bryn Alyn Community children’s homes in North Wales to be sexually assaulted by MPs at addresses in London.

    Specific charges relating to the above were made against Messrs Lewis, Lilley, Bottomley and Leigh – by child abuse victims/survivors, whistle-blowers and eyewitnesses – to journalists working on a print title of the 1990s called Scallywag.

    The editorial team at Scallywag duly reported the children’s allegations of MPs’ involvement in Child Sex Trafficking and organised Child Sexual Abuse to its readers located throughout the United Kingdom.

    The MPs Lewis, Lilley, Bottomley and Leigh did not litigate to disprove the allegations.

    Allegations of criminal conduct are of course a matter for the police, who have naturally been notified of Scallywag’s reports and findings. (On this score it is our understanding that current police investigations are indeed looking at whether MPs engaged in criminal Child Sex Trafficking and organised Child Sexual Abuse over a sustained period.)

    But what the police cannot investigate is whether the MPs concerned behaved in accordance with accepted standards of ethics to which the public rightly holds its elected representatives.

    We believe an investigation into whether the relevant MPs’ conduct met the accepted ethical standards can only be addressed by the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards. As such, we are writing to you to request an urgent ethics inquiry into the four serving MPs identified above: namely Julian Lewis MP, Peter Lilley MP, Peter Bottomley MP and Sir Edward Leigh MP.

    Please view here the original Scallywag articles, which set out in some detail the specific allegations of unethical conduct against the MPs concerned:

    Thank you for considering our request for an investigation. May we wish you all peace and happiness this festive season, and we look forward to receiving your response in due course.

    Merry Christmas,

    [your name here, or email anonymously if you aren’t comfortable including your name]

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