What do we really know about decrepit BBC hag Esther Rantzen?
At first glance she appears to be no more than a lying, vain, fake, two-faced, duplicitous piece of filth, up to her neck in shite of the very highest order.
Look a little closer though and an altogether more disturbing picture emerges.
What important information does Esther Rantzen have to tell officers investigating Britain’s VIP paedophile ring?
In an article describing the paedophile ring at the BBC, Esther Rantzen slyly pretended she wasn’t fully aware of Jimmy Savile and had only heard ‘gossip’ about his abuse of thousands of children.
She must think we were fucking born yesterday.
In fact, Rantzen knew damn well what was going on because she herself is a key player in the whole sordid child-abuse scandal and despite many victims personally telling her what they had been subjected to, she refused to listen.
Ratface has managed to avoid scrutiny for decades by spinning a web of lies and false excuses when any hint of scandal has touched her.
She lists her hobbies as horse-riding in the nude and skinny-dipping in her pool.
In 1994, the following story appeared in the UK press:
“ A GRANDFATHER who repeatedly molested a five-year-old girl in a swimming pool at Esther Rantzen’s country home was convicted of indecent assault yesterday.
Robert Gillings, 63, who was granted bail pending sentencing, was a guest at the television personality’s holiday home in the New Forest, Hampshire, when he assaulted the girl as she played in the pool, Guildford Crown Court was told. Ms Rantzen was not at the house at the time.
The victim told the jury that the defendant had also assaulted her before the trip to the New Forest. ‘He had said if I told mummy he would kill her,’ she said.
Gillings denied the allegations and claimed that Ms Rantzen’s television work on behalf of abused children must have put ideas into the girl’s head.
He said of the swimming pool incident: ‘We were playing tag at the time, swimming backwards and forwards. My fingers caught hold of her bikini just at the bottom or the side somewhere. It was just a bit of fun – it was such an insignificant thing.’
However, the jury of seven women and five men returned a majority verdict after six hours, convicting the defendant of two charges of indecent assault, one of which took place at Ms Rantzen’s house. But they cleared him of two other charges of indecent assault, one in which the girl claimed he had molested her in Ms Rantzen’s changing room.
After the case, Ms Rantzen, best known for the long-running television series That’s Life, said her holiday home had been tainted by the incident.”
Tainted by the incident?
Ha, ha, ha!!
We have it on very good authority that satanic abuse rituals are actually held at Rantzen’s home, bizarrely known as Blood Oaks, and we’ve been advised by an ex-intelligence officer, that the whole area needs digging up as long -dead children may be buried there.
In 2014, sly old Ratface, was at it again when she denied all knowledge of her former boyfriend Nicholas Fairburn being a paedophile and having links to the notorious boy-brothel, Elm Guest House.
According to the Mail:
” Esther Rantzen has spoken of her revulsion after learning that a former lover has been linked to the child abuse scandal threatening to engulf Westminster.
The broadcaster and Childline founder had an affair with politician Sir Nicholas Fairbairn after they met at a BBC studio in 1966.
But Ms Rantzen has now distanced herself from the late Conservative MP and Solicitor General for Scotland – who died in 1995, aged 61.
Evidence has come to light suggesting he may have visited a London guest house where children from care homes were allegedly assaulted by high-profile visitors.”
By a strange coincidence, Princess Diana was in contact with a victim of the Elm Guest House:
The man, now in his forties, met the princess when he was sleeping rough outside a London church.
He claims he was subjected to horrific abuse at the Elm from the age of 10 while he was in care at Grafton Close children’s home.
Diana gave him food and helped him find a temporary home as he battled to rebuild his life in his twenties after escaping care.
He left a tribute to Diana at Kensington Palace when she died in the Paris car crash of 1997.
The man said: “I have rebuilt my life and I owe it all to Diana.
“She kept in touch with me even after she’d helped my back on my feet. I have lost a real friend.”
The man claims he saw money exchanged with his then carer and his abusers at the Elm guest house before he was taken back to the Grafton Close home.”
Diana was one of many famous faces who lost their lives because they were about to blow the lid on Britain’s dirty secrets.
Another face was BBC presenter Jill Dando.
Poor Jill knew all about Savile and the BBC paedophile ring and was soon shot dead with a bullet to the head.
Her Crimewatch co-presenter , Nick Ross, pretended to grieve over Jill, when he was also party to the conspiracy.
Ross is the brother-in-law of Rantzen and recently said he’d watch child-pornography given half the chance.
Jill’s death also links to the powerful Israeli-lobby who control Britain behind the scenes.
” The highest judge in the land is Lord David Neuberger.
He used to work at N.M Rothschild and Sons and is married to Angela Holdsworth.
He was responsible for evicting the Parliament Square peace campaign.
By a very strange twist, his wife Angela, was a BBC executive for many years and must have known about Jimmy Savile’s child-raping activities.
She also worked closely with Nick Ross and Esther Rantzen on the controversial BBC show, Man Alive.
Angela Holdsworth then became the editor of another well-known programme.
That programme was none-other than Crimewatch.
In October 1996, Chelsea boss Matthew Harding was killed in a helicopter crash.
This was shortly before the death of Princess Diana, who also knew about the abuse-ring.
Harding funded New Labour and was close to Blair and Mandelson.
He may have stumbled across the paedophile network and it’s links to Mossad and wanted out.
Shortly before his death he made a large donation to the NSPCC for boys abused in care.
Peter Mandelson is the president of the NSPCC and a known abuser of boys who loves to torture them to death.
Jill Dando started her own investigation into Matthew Harding’s mysterious death.
A few months later, she was dead too.
By a strange coincidence Esther Rantzen is a trustee of the NSPCC.
She is also, quite coincidentally, the founder of ‘front’ organisation Childline.
The helpline was founded for the sole purpose of filtering out VIP abuse cases that children might report on.
Many of these children give full details of their names and addresses and are often subsequently killed in road traffic ‘accidents‘ and tragic ‘ suicides’ after naming their abusers.
BBC children’s presenter Mark Speight, worked as a volunteer for Childline.
He too was soon found hanging from a shoelace on Paddington Station.
Old Ratface must have got wind that Speight was given information from an abused child and next thing you know he’s eradicated from the scene.
This shit goes deep.
The following comment was left by child rights campaigners:
” Ben Fellows, a former child actor, alleges that, as a 15 year-old-child, Esther Rantzen invited him and other children and adults to a highly sexualised party at her home in the New Forest.
Ben Fellows alleges:
(i) that drugs and alcohol featured heavily at that party to which numerous children had been brought.
(ii) that sex occurred between various guests, yet Esther Rantzen never raised a finger to protect or remove the children from the environment to which they had been brought.” source: http://youtu.be/CMC_QLaoqMo
In 2001, the following article appeared in the Telegraph, which gives a chilling insight into Esther Rantzen’s evil and deviant personality:
” It was a callous moment of contempt: the instant when the years of dislike Esther Rantzen had harboured for her husband’s ex-wife, Patsy, boiled over into public vitriol.
Within a month of her former rival’s cremation Esther, seated next to her step-daughter Cassandra, Patsy’s daughter, gleefully answered a quiz question which asked what had recently burned in Richmond. “My husband’s ex-wife,” Esther shrieked triumphantly.
Cassandra Wilcox, Desmond Wilcox’s daughter by his first wife Patsy, claimed: “It was the moment I became aware of the extent of Esther’s bitterness towards my mother.” In a searing interview in the Daily Mail yesterday Cassandra revealed what she describes as “the truth” about Esther, the television star who, she says, wrecked her parents’ marriage and left her mother heartbroken until her death in November 1999.
A week before, in the Mail on Sunday, Esther had described her final moments with her late husband, Desmond, who died six months ago. She talked of the “golden days” of their 23-year marriage, which began as an illicit affair, and how after his death she felt that “the sunshine had left her life”.
Yesterday, however, Cassandra painted a very different picture of Esther, describing the now blonde presenter who made her name in the television show, That’s Life, as a “toothy, overweight brunette with holes in her tights” when she met Desmond.
She claims that Esther left the hospital while Desmond was dying – which Esther vehemently denies, insisting that she was with him at the end – and that she gave a newspaper interview within hours of his death. She suggests, too, that her father may have continued a sexual relationship with Patsy after he left her for Esther; how Esther took over the Wilcox’s marital home; basked in the fame Desmond bestowed upon her and talked of remarriage the day before his funeral.
“My mother deserves justice,” says Cassandra. Explaining that she had been deeply wounded by Esther’s assertion last week, in extracts from her autobiography, that she could not forget the bitterness of Patsy, Cassandra launched an attack on her step-mother.
Within an hour of her father’s burial, Cassandra alleges, Esther told her husband: “I absolutely detested Patsy.” The thought that the bitterness Esther feels towards Patsy will appear in the next extract of her autobiography fills Cassandra with dread. “When your mother is dead and may be under attack you have no choice but to speak out”.
Through access to her mother’s unpublished manuscripts she tells how Patsy felt Esther had stolen her husband and “gushingly publicised every detail of her marriage” to Desmond. Describing how her parents met as cub reporters, Cassandra says Desmond first met Esther when she joined the BBC. She and Patsy worked together and Patsy invited her home to meet “this fantastic guy I am married to”.
Esther visited so often that Cassandra called her “Aunty Esther”. But when Patsy found out that she was having an affair with her husband and asked how she could do it, she alleges Esther said: “May I please remind you that you said I could not only join the queue but I should go to the front. That is exactly what I did.”
Desmond left Patsy and his children to live with Esther – although he came back briefly, only to leave again. Revealing how she first met Esther when she visited the couple’s flat in Chelsea, Cassandra says it was the only time Esther ever made her a cup of tea. “She was quite open about the fact that she could not cook, use a vacuum cleaner or sew. She never needed to. She had become a star and had her own domestic staff.”
She could see that the pair were happy, she says. “They were stars and they enjoyed that.” But Patsy hoped that Desmond would eventually return home and this desire, Cassandra believes, was fuelled by what she thinks may have been a continued sexual relationship between them. She tells how, one night, her boyfriend saw Desmond slip out of her mother’s bedroom.
Patsy was so traumatised by her husband’s desertion that she had to be admitted to Charing Cross Hospital. While there she bought a flat in Richmond and Desmond and Esther, who were looking after the children, moved into the family home at Kew.
“She just swept in and took over,” is how Patsy described what happened to her daughter. As Cassandra reveals: “My mother hated Esther living in her old house. She felt Esther wanted everything she had.”
Patsy wrote in her manuscript: “Sometimes when I leave my BBC office on a cold, wet evening to come home to my little flat, I have to walk past Esther and her children. They will be waiting for a chauffeur-driven car to take them home. To what was my home.”
Cassandra saves her most stinging rebuke, however, for Esther’s behaviour on the death of her husband. Her father, she says, was stoic during the 45 minutes he waited for an ambulance after a heart attack. Yet Esther, she says, eliminated that from her account of his last hours as she was not there.
She is scathing, too, of Esther’s claim, that Desmond pulled off his oxygen mask and gave her a passionate kiss before he died. His breathing, she says was shallow and he was on morphine.
Patsy, Cassandra says, never found happiness after Desmond left her. In turn, she says, Esther always felt bitter towards Patsy. “When I ask myself why,” says Cassandra, “my only answer lies in something my mother wrote in 1977: ‘I dislike her for the pain and distress she has caused people I love dearly. I know it may sound odd, but that includes my husband. If Esther is a real person she will find it difficult to find total happiness at the cost of what it has taken to get what she wants.”
Esther Rantzen is very close to BBC scum, Alan Yentob.
Al knows all about the trafficking of children to be abused by VIPs.
He managed to bag himself a directorate at the recently disgraced Kids Company for vulnerable children.
As soon as founder Camila Batmanghelidjh found out that children were being abused she was vilified and accused of financial irregularities by the media and government.
In fact at this very moment there are babies being raped on BBC properties and senior management know damn well there are.
So does Esther Rantzen.
It’s about fucking time the Met Police hauled her sagging, pock-marked arse in for questioning about Britain’s VIP paedophile ring.
After all, why the bloody hell wouldn’t they?