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#OpIlluminatusPiedPiper #OpCrazyIvan – Child killer Knight Companion of the Order of the Garter Bilderberger Conservative Prime Minister Edward Heath was a homosexual paedophile involved in the rape & murder of children – Enoch Powell & Satanic Ritual Abuse

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Child abuse is not just about old men in dirty old coats“, “with Jimmy Savile we’re talking about politicians coming into the affray, we’re talking about Secret Service people coming into the affray. There were Secret Service people going to Haut de la Garenne and politicians from other countries and, they were abusing children and, some of them were paying to murder children, babies, what ever they could get. The young girls who were there, a lot of them if the guys would go there and they wanted to have sex with the young girls they wouldn’t want to wear a condom, so some of these could get pregnant as well” (Bill Maloney).

Barristers, psychiatrists, police officers, secret services“. “I believe that Jimmy Savile has been complicit in the murder and the torture, and the making of snuff movies of children. He’s at Haut de la Garenne for God sake, Jimmy Savile was at Haut de la Garenne. He had association with the Krays, him and the Krays, this is Jimmy Savile as well that was procuring children to then pass on to Ted Heath, Edward Heath“. “Jimmy Savile, he was a regular visitor to Haut de la Garenne and, what the national media seems to be trying to do, is to sanitize this, to water it down by putting people up like Freddy Star, Cliff Richard, it is not just those people. We have to start looking at people like Prince Andrew, Prince Andrew, one of his best friends his name is Jeffry Epstein. Now Jeffrey Epstein is a billionaire financial dealer, now, he’s got a financial company, but if you want to invest in his company you have to have a billion. Someone went to him with $750 million and he told them to go away“. “Jeffrey Epstein was put in prison for child abuse images etc, two weeks after he came out of prison he was walking through Central Park in New York with Prince Andrew, practically holding hands“. “Prince Andrew and Jeffrey Epstein were very close friends, and erm, Jeffrey Epstein was unbelievably allowed to land his own private air craft in our military airfields, unheard of, and he would often have children with him, and then he would go to see Prince Andrew“. “We have this link with Jeffrey Epstein and Prince Andrew, now, Prince Andrew and Jimmy Savile, they were friends, because Jimmy Savile moved up to Glencoe” (Bill Maloney).

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Did Ted Heath have an affair with his male bodyguard? Was he gay? A new book claims to have the answer

Rumours: Ted Heath, pictured in 1962, was believed to be gay

Rumours: Ted Heath, pictured in 1962, was believed to be gay

The government committee, chaired by former public school headmaster John Wolfenden, was clear in its findings: homosexual acts between consenting adult males, which had been illegal in England since time immemorial, should cease to be criminal.

The committee had been set up in 1954 as a result of intense lobbying of the then Home Secretary, Sir David Maxwell Fyfe, by a well-known Conservative MP, Sir Robert (Bob) Boothby. It was common knowledge at Westminster that Boothby had for years been having an affair with the wife of another prominent Tory MP, Harold Macmillan.

What was less well-known was that Boothby was, in fact, bisexual, with a liking for working-class ‘rough trade’. When asked what he saw in Macmillan’s wife, he replied that she reminded him of a caddie he had once known on the golf links at St Andrews.

For his part, Maxwell Fyfe was known as a fierce hater of homosexuals, who once declared it his mission to ‘rid England of this plague’. Since becoming Home Secretary he had orchestrated the persecution of gay men. It was on his watch that the tragic prosecution occurred of the great cryptographer Alan Turing, leading to his suicide.

Yet pressed by Boothby, Maxwell Fyfe recommended to the Cabinet that they set up an official body to consider reforming the law relating to homosexuality. Why this ardent ‘homophobe’ should have done so is a mystery. But Boothby and Maxwell Fyfe had been Oxford undergraduates together after World War I, and possibly Boothby knew of some secret in the minister’s past which enabled him to put pressure on him.

By the time Wolfenden reported in 1957, Maxwell Fyfe had become Lord Chancellor. Far from recommending that the Cabinet accept the Wolfenden proposals, he reverted to type by declaring that he was ‘not going down in history as the man who made sodomy legal’.

The Prime Minister was now Harold Macmillan, and together with his Cabinet it was agreed the time was not ripe to legalise homosexuality, and the Wolfenden proposals did not become law for another ten years.

One of the great ironies was that the Macmillan government which so resisted Wolfenden probably contained more ‘closet queens’ than any other of the century.

The Foreign Secretary, Selwyn Lloyd, was in love with his handsome (and heterosexual) godson and personal assistant, Jonathan Aitken. The Chancellor of the Exchequer, the lifelong bachelor Derrick Heathcoat-Amory, narrowly avoided scandal after being discovered by a newspaper to have attended a party with ‘teddy boys’ at Margate.

The Colonial Secretary, Alan Lennox-Boyd, though married with three sons, was conducting a long-standing close relationship with a major in the Coldstream Guards.

Enoch Powell, who was Financial Secretary to the Treasury in 1957 and later joined the Cabinet as Health Secretary, though by this time happily married, had spent his youth struggling with his infatuation for members of his own sex.

Former leaders: Margaret Thatcher and Ted Heath stand side by side at Remembrance Service At the Cenotaph in 1999

Former leaders: Margaret Thatcher and Ted Heath stand side by side at Remembrance Service At the Cenotaph in 1999

'Sailor Ted': On his yacht in 1975, a year after he left Downing Street and his role as Prime Minister

‘Sailor Ted’: On his yacht in 1975, a year after he left Downing Street and his role as Prime Minister

Three junior members of the Macmillan government were even obliged to resign from it beause of homosexual scandals.

These were the Foreign Office minister Ian Harvey, who was caught frolicking with a guardsman in St James’s Park; the Home Office minister Charles Fletcher-Cooke, who was found to be living with a former Borstal boy; and the science minister Denzil Freeth, whom Lord Denning, during his inquiry into the Profumo affair, discovered to have ‘attended a party of a homosexual character and there participated in homosexual conduct’.

And it was even rumoured that Macmillan himself had been expelled from Eton for homosexuality. Although his elder brother, Daniel, had a ‘reputation’ at the school, where his lovers included the future economist John Maynard Keynes, Macmillan’s most recent biographer, D.R. Thorpe, believes Harold was ‘removed’ from the school by his parents when they discovered that he was being ‘used’ by older boys.

In adult life, Macmillan, though married to Lady Dorothy Cavendish, by whom he had four children, seems to have been uninterested in sex, and puzzled that it drove men to take such risks with his careers.

But take risks they did — with one notable exception. The unmarried Edward Heath, who was Chief Whip until 1959 and then held a series of middle-ranking Cabinet posts under Macmillan, was certainly a repressed homosexual. Yet not one person has ever claimed to have been his lover.

When, in 1970, he rose to become Prime Minister, the fact that Heath remained a lifelong bachelor inevitably led to speculation about his private life. There was much innuendo in the satirical magazine Private Eye, and homophobic abuse was chanted by militant trade unionists demonstrating in Downing Street against his Industrial Relations Bill.

Many bizarre rumours circulated: that he liked dressing up as a woman; that he was having an affair with his good-looking police detective.

Heath, pictured leaving King's Cross for Leeds in 1967, was the star of his grammar school and went to Oxford, where he became President of both the Union and the Conservative Association

Heath, pictured leaving King’s Cross for Leeds in 1967, was the star of his grammar school and went to Oxford, where he became President of both the Union and the Conservative Association

After Margaret Thatcher took over as Tory leader, Heath never troubled to hide his intense loathing of her. ‘The incredible sulk’ became something of a national joke; it had obviously wounded him deeply that he should be supplanted by a female.

As for Thatcher, she once remarked: ‘When I look at him and he looks at me, it doesn’t feel like a man looking at a woman — more like a woman looking at another woman.’

When Heath died in 2005, Brian Coleman, a gay Tory member of the London Assembly, alleged that the politician had regularly ‘cottaged’ along motorways, but no source was ever produced.

There’s no doubt that Heath’s is a curious case. Like many homosexuals, he worshipped his mother — a working-class woman who had once worked as a lady’s maid. It was she who pushed him to achieve great things. He was never close to his father, who enjoyed flirting with women and ran a building firm.

As a bright teenager, Heath was the star of his grammar school and went to Oxford, where he became President of both the Union and the Conservative Association.

After a series of clerical jobs, he was elected MP for Bexley in 1950. Apart from music (he considered a career as an orchestral conductor), he had few interests outside politics. Colleagues and voters found him arrogant, awkward and aloof.

On the face of it, Heath looks typical closet-queen material: the mother’s boy who never grows up and feels unable to love other women. Indeed, though he made an effort to be polite to the wives of colleagues, he exhibited a lifelong indifference towards women that almost amounted to repugnance.

Like his hero Winston Churchill, he was notorious for ignoring ladies at the dinner table (even when he was host), and talking across them. Around the time he went to Oxford, Kay Raven — a doctor’s daughter in Broadstairs — had fallen in love with him. Heath’s mother hoped they would marry; for his part, he saw Kay on visits home and maintained a friendly, if undemonstrative, correspondence with her.

Heath is pictured on the run-up to the second general election in October 1974, which the Conservatives lost

Heath is pictured on the run-up to the second general election in October 1974, which the Conservatives lost

After waiting 15 years for him to propose, she finally married someone else. Heath affected to be devastated, thereafter keeping a photograph of her by his bed.

However, if he avoided all intimacy with women, he never showed much desire for intimacy with men. Even at Oxford, he steered clear of the close platonic relationships that were common among the male undergraduates. And, during his years as a regimental officer, Heath was never ‘one of the lads’.

During his political career, he seems to have had only two fairly close friends: Madron Seligman, a Jewish industrialist; and Toby Low (later Lord Aldington), a banker who became deputy chairman of the Conservative Party.

Both appear to have been thoroughly heterosexual; at least part of their attraction was that they were rich men, able to offer lavish hospitality and financial support. Otherwise there is no record of Heath forming a close and lasting association with anyone, let alone an attractive younger man.

Whenever homosexual law reform was debated in the House of Commons, he either voted against or was absent. Only in old age did he put his head above the parapet by supporting the lowering of the age of homosexual consent to 18, then 16.

To date, no evidence has surfaced to suggest that Heath ever had a physical or even a platonic relationship with anyone. The most that can be said is that, in old age, when he became a belated supporter of homosexual law reform, he developed friendships with some attractive, younger, gay Conservative MPs — such as Alan Duncan and Matthew Parris — which were mildly flirtatious and skittish.

President Richard Nixon walks with  Ted Heath, who was Prime Minister for four years, during a visit to the UK

President Richard Nixon walks with Ted Heath, who was Prime Minister for four years, during a visit to the UK

Old Harrovian nightclub owner Jeremy Norman got to know him in the Eighties through his boyfriend Derek Frost, who decorated Arundells — the house in Salisbury where Heath went to live in 1985.

Having never previously concerned himself with interior decoration, Heath threw himself into the task. It was as if, said Norman, ‘the long-buried gay designer gene expressed itself in his enthusiasm’.

Heath showed himself in no hurry for the job to be completed: for years afterwards, he would telephone Frost and Norman, who lived half an hour’s drive away, asking them to visit him as he wished to suggest some improvement.

‘It was as though he did not want to let go of either the experience or the relationship it engendered. We sensed that, in his own highly inhibited way, he was reaching out to us as a gay couple,’ said Norman.

Norman concluded that Heath was ‘a deeply closeted gay man.’ Similarly, Michael McManus, who was Heath’s private secretary in the Nineties, said he was ‘in no doubt whatsoever that Heath was a gay man who had sacrificed his personal life to his political career, exercising iron self-control and living a celibate existence’.

This assessment, shared by others who knew Heath down the years, is surely correct.

Adapted from Closet Queens: Some 20th Century British Politicians by Michael Bloch, published by Little, Brown on May 28 at £25 © Michael Bloch 2015. To buy a copy for £20, visit mailbookshop.co.uk or call 0808 272 0808. Discount until May 30, free p&p for a limited time only.

ENOCH POWELL’S LOVE POEMS…TO FELLOW MALE STUDENT AT CAMBRIDGE

 One of the most brilliant politicians of his generation, Enoch Powell was considered by some to be more than a trifle mad.

Today, he’s probably best known for his ‘Rivers of Blood’ speech in 1968, in which he warned of the perils of black immigration.

As far as the public knew, the private life of Powell, who was married with two daughters, had always been conventional. Few were aware that he had once been powerfully attracted to the male sex.

The only child of Black Country primary school teachers, he was — like future rival Ted Heath — a mother’s boy. Having shown early promise as a musician, he gave up his beloved clarinet because, he later claimed, he feared it might release passions he couldn’t control.

As a student, Enoch Powell was a solitary, self-absorbed character who shunned intimacy with other human beings

As a student, Enoch Powell was a solitary, self-absorbed character who shunned intimacy with other human beings

At Trinity College, Cambridge, where he was an outstanding classical scholar, he fell under the influence of the great classicist and poet A.E. Housman. Powell particularly admired Housman’s collections A Shropshire Lad (which was covertly homosexual) and Last Poems (which was overtly so), and wrote poetry in a similar style throughout his life.

As a student, he was a solitary, self-absorbed character who shunned intimacy with other human beings.

In old age, however, Powell confessed to Canon Eric James, a former Trinity College chaplain, that he’d been in love with a fellow male undergraduate — probably Edward Curtis of Clare College.

It was this infatuation, he revealed, that had inspired the love verses he published in a book titled First Poems. (‘I love the fire / In youthful limbs that wakes desire . . .’)

In 1937, Powell was appointed Professor of Greek at the University of Sydney. From there, he wrote to his parents, with astonishing frankness, that he was repelled by his female students, while feeling ‘an instant and instinctive affection’ for Australian males between the ages of 17 and 23.

This, he added, might be ‘deplored, but it cannot be altered’, and it therefore had to be ‘endured — and (alas!) camouflaged’.

Powell married aged 39. His wife, Pamela, was a party worker who had campaigned for him in the 1951 General Election.

Although he cannot have made an ideal husband, his marriage seems to have been happy. Some recently published poems, written to Pamela, clearly reveal his love for her.

Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3095408/Did-Ted-Heath-affair-male-bodyguard-s-just-one-wild-rumours-private-life-gay-new-book-claims-answer.html

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Enoch Powell is named by bishop in sex abuse probe: Scotland Yard to investigate satanic abuse claim – and demands to see filed held on serving MPs

  • Bishop of Durham Paul Butler names late Tory politician to Scotland Yard 
  • Former Bishop of Monmouth, Dominic Walker, heard allegation in 1980s
  • Claim being examined by Operation Fenbridge – one of several such probes
  • Simon Heffer, Powell’s official biographer, branded allegations ‘nonsense’  

The probe into an alleged paedophile network at the heart of the British Establishment took an explosive turn last night with the revelation that Enoch Powell’s name has been passed to police.

The Mail on Sunday can reveal that the late Tory MP, one of the most prominent and divisive politicians of the 20th Century, has been named to Scotland Yard by the Bishop of Durham. The claims relate to ‘ritual satanic abuse’.

And in a further development to the sex-ring investigations, police are to be given access to secret files held on MPs in the House of Commons archives as they hunt for evidence on suspected abusers, including former Liberal MP Cyril Smith.

Historic: Enoch Powell’s name was first linked to sex abuse claims in the 1980s

The Bishop of Durham, Paul Butler, contacted police after Powell’s name was passed to him by a former Bishop of Monmouth, Dominic Walker, who first heard the allegation when he was a vicar counselling young adults in the 1980s.

The claim is being examined by Operation Fenbridge, one of a number of police probes into ‘Establishment paedophile rings’ – including an investigation by the Independent Police Complaints Commission into claims that officers dropped their inquiries under pressure from powerful individuals.

A Church of England spokesman said: ‘The name of Enoch Powell was passed to Operation Fenbridge by one of our safeguarding team on the instruction of Bishop Paul Butler.’

Mr Walker is believed to have warned the Right Rev Butler that at the time he was told of the claims against Powell, unsubstantiated allegations of satanic rituals – often involving the abuse of children – were widespread.

In 1994, an investigation by the London School of Economics into 84 alleged cases of ‘satanic abuse’ in the UK between 1987 and 1992, including notorious cases in Rochdale and the Orkneys that involved social workers and police forcibly removing children from their homes in dawn raids, found no convincing corroborative evidence.

Report: Paul Butler, the Bishop of Durham, passed the name to Scotland Yard after hearing it from the former Bishop of Monmouth

Report: Paul Butler, the Bishop of Durham, passed the name to Scotland Yard after hearing it from the former Bishop of Monmouth

However, the ongoing scandal over how serial paedophile Jimmy Savile was able to evade detection for decades has led institutions to take a safety-first approach, so the Church felt it had no option but to pass on the information to police.

Enoch Powell’s frontline political career ended abruptly in 1968 after he made his infamous ‘rivers of blood’ speech warning about the dangers of uncontrolled immigration.

Tory leader Edward Heath sacked him from the Shadow Cabinet the following day, although Powell remained an MP until 1974.

Shortly after he died in 1998, aged 85, it was revealed he had admitted to a friend, Canon Eric James, that love poetry he had written as a youth had been intended for a man – but that he did not want the fact revealed while he was alive.

Although Powell became a hero of the Right, his intellectual and oratorical skills earned him admirers on both sides of the political divide. A devout member of the Church of England, he had two daughters with his wife Pamela.

Sources close to one of Scotland Yard’s sex-ring investigations say officers contacted Lawrence Ward, the Commons Serjeant at Arms – the Commons’ most senior security official – earlier this month to ask him to search the files kept on all MPs. It is understood that no information was uncovered implicating MPs in abuse, sparking fears at Scotland Yard that some of the evidence might have been shredded.

Now Mr Ward is believed to have told officers that, if they produce a warrant, they can enter the Commons to investigate the files themselves on a ‘case by case basis’.

Last night, Simon Heffer, Powell’s official biographer and former confidante, branded the allegations ‘absolute nonsense’ and without foundation.

Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3016399/Enoch-Powell-named-bishop-sex-abuse-probe-Scotland-Yard-investigate-satanic-abuse-claim-demands-filed-held-serving-MPs.html

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