- Oct 29, 2018
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- the guy certainly had a knack for self- publicising
but in the end it was that ego that cost him - that little image of him towards the bottom right, holding a placard saying "No More Cover-up" features in the Daily Telegraph cover of his exposure story that started in the Mail on Sunday and has hit all the broadsheets...the fact is he knew he WAS a cover-up.
He has been sacked from the IICSA (obviously) they could not have someone who had lied to them, and apparently abused an abuse victim, on their committee deciding on child abuse issues...!
As yet NAPAC, which has some pretty high profile sponsors, including Esther Rantzen, has not cut out this tumour, the very one who set up the charity in the first place. They cannot just become adept sceptics overnight, having been true believers and giving him a company credit card and £60K a year for so long.
He set it up because of "his own experiences of sexual abuse as a child"...
or did he?
The story he tells of being abused by a Jesuit priest sounds fairly convincing - but then don't nearly all the false accuser's stories that are designed to gain unquestioning sympathy?
...when questioned on this topic he said that the whole incident was reported to the police and action was taken by the church -
only problem is, when researched by SAFF and others, - there is no such case on file - and the church has no records of any such incident.
Could it be that the whole set up - the whole organisation - is based on a lie?
(That's a rhetorical question)
More and more I am seeing the cracks appear in all the publicly accepted stories of horrendous child abuse - we long ago had the Satanic abuse scandal in the Scottish islands - and from that Beatrix Campbell emerged as an almost controlling influence on the Guardian newspaper, getting multiple stories of abuse embedded in the public mind... sitting on committees and being commissioned to conduct reviews into child abuse...
but she was a liar - a hopeless witch-hunting panic spreader. And she ruined innocent people's lives.
She was awarded an OBE after all her lies and the false reports she made were exposed... What does that tell you about the honours system and why David Bowie and Benjamin Zephaniah turned down their gong offers?
the Establishment consistently falls for the lies about abuse that the Saunders types of this world create - in order to become a part of the abuse industry, approved of by said Establishment, and cover up their own sins.
Saunders downfall, so soon after Beech's mightier crash, may look like a victory for truth over disgusting lying cover-ups, but it is only a small to medium sized pebble being washed from the dam.
There are more pebbles beginning to be loosened and washed out into the light - Sabine McNeil, Esther Baker, and many more small fish have been part fried. (apologies for the badly blended watery metaphors)
But the real problem remains -
with the establishment adoption of the Radical Feminist dogma about abuse.
- it is that acceptance of said dogma that somehow has prevented Bea Campbell from being jailed, disgraced and barred from public life.
It is that deeply embedded dogma that constantly feeds those who seek to undermine the facts and figures that show abuse, including violent and sexual abuse, is not a gender specific issue.
And the Establishment still believes in the extreme rarity of false allegations from the many thousands of abusive women (and men, who have fallen in love with the victim role) who know not to use violence but how they can manipulate the system to destroy any victim they alight upon.
We have a task and a half to turn around the societal norm - but what else are we going to do?
one pebble at a time -
and this particular NAPAC individual's downfall may yet cause a dam overflow issue that exposes the rotten core underneath. We can make it crumble.
Whaley Bridge style rescuers need not apply.