Tuesday, 15 September 2015

Jeremy Corbyn Turned Blind Eye to Paedophile Abuse in Islington for Years

According to the Greek former minister for finance Yanis Varoufakis, who resigned after a few months of failure in his job, Jeremy Corbyn is a "thoroughly decent person"  - that was the phrase he used when speaking on TV yesterday. And it is curious how often in his victory speech Corbyn used the words "decent" or "decency" - words that went out of fashion in the 1950s.
But "decent" is not the impression we get when looking at how Corbyn ignored for years the immense scandal of organized child abuse going on in children's homes in his constituency of Islington. Liz Davies, one of the five social workers who blew the whistle on this scandal, recalls that Corbyn did NOTHING when he was warned about it in 1992 
‘We'd been seeing so many 12 to 15-year-olds who were being sexually exploited, we could hardly believe it,’ Liz Davies, recalled. Corbyn never wrote to Davies, or telephoned, to acknowledge their meeting, or thank her for seeking to blow the whistle.

Why? Because like most left-wingers, Corbyn just had a knee-jerk reaction of "it's all fomohobia". The paedophiles were homosexual  - like approximately half of all paedophiles. So Corbyn dismissed the reports, even though they came  from professionals working within the care system.
Yes, he really is that stupid.  And he is worse than stupid. He did his best to cover up what was going on because it was all carried out by his Labour chums who were running the Borough of Islington. They even ran a child brothel called "the hot house" with victims taken from these institutions. The boys were drugged, molested and then threatened into silence.



ISLINGTON CARE HOME SCANDAL. In 1992 it was discovered that paedophiles, with the encouragement of the Labour Council,  had infiltrated twelve of the borough's children's homes. But little was done about it and most of those implicated carried on with their careers, working with children, 
Conewood Street Care Home in Islington was one of twelve care homes investigated after allegations of child abuse appeared in the London Evening Standard in 1992. The official investigation revealed paedophiles working within the care system. Children were taken from here to the Haut de la Garenne home in Jersey which was more remote and discreet.
In the late 1980s and 1990s, the council of the Labour borough of Islington decided it would be “progressive” and actively recruit homosexual social workers for its child protection services. They called this “equal opportunities”. The result was that they were flooded with paedophiles who took jobs in the council’s twelve children’s homes and influential positions as social workers. And the social workers even decided to brand some children as “gay” and decree that they must only be adopted by homosexuals. A boy called Liam Lucas, aged 13, was advertised in a magazine as being for adoption by a “single male”. In 1990, a Quaker couple named Brian and Kate Cairns saw the advertisement, thought there was something odd about it and offered to foster him instead. Mrs Cairns later said, “I instinctively felt that the ad was aimed at paedophiles.”
A rebel Islington social worker defied his bosses and supported Mr and Mrs Cairns' fostering bid after Liam begged him: “I just want a family, I just want to be normal.”
They found he was a deeply damaged child, who had nightmares every night and would wake screaming then pretend that he was coughing.  Liam had first suffered sexual abuse at a “therapeutic” boarding school, New Barns* in Gloucestershire, where the Islington child-care officers sent him (despite a fostering offer from a family). New Barns was later closed following a child abuse and pornography scandal. During school holidays he was fostered by a man later imprisoned for abusing another child in his care. When Liam was nine, Islington placed him in its children's home in Grosvenor Avenue, run by two single males. Both were eventually accused of abuse but escaped investigation by moving to Thailand. Liam spent weekends at a Sussex manor house owned by Nicholas Rabet, the deputy head of Grosvenor Avenue. There, Liam was raped by Rabet and other men, one of them a senior social services colleague, who had backed the council's decision to find the boy a homosexual foster father. "Islington insisted Liam wouldn't settle in a family because they had decided he was gay,' Mrs Cairns recalled. "I said, "So what? Don't gay people have families?" Besides, he was still a child - how could they be sure?'
Former Islington senior social worker Liz Davies, who blew the whistle on the abuse scandal, said: "Other Islington children were also falsely classed as “gay” at a very young age." Anybody who raised any doubts or suspicions was classed as “homophobic”.....
After Liam told the Cairns about the abuse they reported it to Islington Social Services.  But his sympathetic social worker, and Liam's files, simply vanished and nothing was done. Mrs Cairns, a trained social worker herself, went to the police. Eventually it emerged that one of New Barns school governors, Peter Righton*, was a member of PIE* and one of the most devious arch-paedophiles in Britain. The headmaster of the school, Richard Alston, was Righton’s homosexual lover. Seven of its staff  were charged with molesting boys and two convicted. Rabet was exposed as running a paedophile ring at his Sussex children's centre and using it to make child pornography.
Liam had a breakdown in 1994 after the ordeal of giving evidence at the trial of New Barns staff.  He needed long-term psychiatric care. Islington admitted 32 'gross errors' in its treatment of Liam, and paid him £5,000 compensation. He is now married, with children, and is certainly not homosexual.
Hundreds of records of children in Islington care homes have disappeared. The Labour MP Margaret Hodge dismissed the scandal as gutter journalism by the “right-wing” and ordered the investigation to stop and its findings to be hushed up.  She was then made a minister by Tony Blair.
Jeremy Corbyn took the same attitude.

In 1992, social workers told Jeremy Corbyn (pictured that year) that organised child abuse was rife in his Islington constituency
Corbyn busily doing nothing in 1992 when he was told about the abuse,

Nicholas John Rabet was for many years deputy superintendent of Islington council's home at 114 Grosvenor Avenue. He and a colleague, another “single man” later barred from social work by the Department of Health, both took children on unauthorised trips to the Haut de la Garenne children’s home in Jersey.
Rabet married a rich widow who died rather promptly after rewriting her will in his favour. He inherited her manor house at Cross in Hand near Heathfield, Sussex, where he opened a children's activity centre, and regularly invited children from Islington care-homes to stay. When Sussex police raided Rabet's children's centre, he had plenty of warning and, they believed, emptied it of child pornography. However officers still found a "shrine to boys", with suggestive photographs everywhere, including pictures of Shane, a boy known to be in care in Islington.
They approached Shane, at his Islington children's home. He tearfully confirmed months of abuse. But their attempts to investigate further were thwarted by Islington Council.
Many professionals had, for years, expressed grave fears about Rabet, and put their concerns in writing. But Islington SS, run by homosexuals from top to bottom, falsely told Sussex officers it had no file material on Rabet or his alleged victim.
The independent White inquiry into the abuse in Islington children's homes, found that “at assistant director level . . . many confidential files were destroyed by mistake, although there is no evidence of conspiracy.”  Of course not.
During the investigation into Rabet, Islington social services refused to interview any other children in care, or help Sussex police identify other children in Rabet's photos.
Shane showed a journalist photos of another victim, a young Turkish boy whom Rabet also regularly took from the Islington home to spend weekends at his manor house.  With only Shane's evidence to rely on, police decided not to prosecute. Rabet got off scot-free and moved abroad.
In 2006, police in Thailand charged Rabet* with serious sexual offences against 30 Thai boys, the youngest six years old. He escaped trial by killing himself.

Bernie Bain was another, homosexual paedophile who ran a care home in Islington in the 1980s while Corbyn, as MP, turned his wondrously blind eye. Bain used his position to systematically molest young boys, aged 11 or less. The victims were told they would be punished severely if they told anybody what happened. One of the boys abused for a year or more was Demetrious Panton, who later became a lawyer and an advisor to the Labour government. Even then he was frequently accused of lying when he disclosed what had happened. When complaints were brought against Bain he said that the acts had been “consensual” which was impossible as Demetrious was well below the age of consent, but Islington social services, riddled with other homosexuals and paedophiles, accepted it. Bain was never prosecuted, merely dismissed with a generous redundancy settlement, and he romped off to Morocco where he was gaoled in the 1990s for using boys to make pornographic films. He then went on to Thailand where he faced similar charges and killed himself in 2006. [Or so we are told. Seems to me a suspiciously high number of suicides in Thai gaols, maybe these people are bribing their way out.]

According  to the website  http://ukpaedos-exposed.com/ Derek Slade, a homosexual who abused boys at the boarding school where he was headmaster in the 1980s, was given help in establishing a false identity by Derek Sawyer, former leader of Islington ­Council and now chair of the London Region Courts Board. Sawyer facilitated Slade’s escape from his past by setting up educational companies in which the disgraced teacher used a fake name and CV. The pair set up International British ­Educational Projects, which allowed Slade to work with children in India and Africa under the pseudonym Dr Edward Marsh – a name taken from a child who died aged eight in 1955. He obtained a copy of the child’s birth certificate and acquired a false passport.
Slade and Sawyer have a connection that spans four decades
Mr Sawyer, who was an Islington ­councillor until 2006, became leader of Islington Council in 1992, after the ­discovery that paedophiles had infiltrated all 12 of its children’s homes. The council barred an inquiry from ­naming anyone suspected of involvement in the abuse.
Nicholas Rabet's friend Neil Frederick Hoquart was a rich homosexual with a country home in Suffolk. In June 1991, Cambridgeshire police, in a joint operation with Scotland Yard's Obscene Publications Squad (now the Paedophile Unit), raided Hocquart's Swaffham Manor home. They found more than 100 child-sex videos. At nearby Ely they found his friend, Walter Clack, trying to dispose of a sick home video of a middle-aged man abusing a boy.
The children in most of these films and photos were never identified. Police never got the chance to question Hocquart as he took an overdose of anti-depressant dothiepin and died at Addenbrooke's Hospital soon after his arrest.
Hocquart worked as a volunteer at the children’s holiday activity centre set up by Nicholas Rabet, the man at the centre of the Islington* care homes child abuse scandal. Hocquart spent £13,000 on quad bikes for the centre, called The Stables. There he met Clack, another wealthy “volunteer”. Hocquart befriended one young boy and took him on a sailing trip. Police found film from the trip of men spraying the naked child with water.
Police also found at Hocquart's home naked photos of a boy of about ten, “Shane” who was in the care of Islington social services. 

>> John Mann, a Labour MP, has sent Mr Corbyn an open letter in which he says that his failure to do more to tackle child abuse means it would be "inappropriate" for him to become Labour leader.
He says: "Your inaction in the 1980s and 1990s says a lot... about your politics." 
Quite. Well said John Mann!


http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/labour/11758612/Jeremy-Corbyn-accused-of-inaction-over-paedophile-scandal.html


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3181783/Did-Jeremy-Corbyn-try-protect-fellow-Left-wingers-implicated-paedophile-scandal.html


https://deeppoliticsforum.com/forums/showthread.php?273-The-Power-of-the-Paedos-another-high-profile-case-hits-the-never-happened-wall#.VBa4ypRdXfI
Daily Mail March 2nd 2008


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