The Indelible Stain

The people of Britain are reeling under wave upon wave of child abuse revelations.

On top of the Jimmy Savile scandal, news is emerging that two BBC employees are suspected of sex crimes against minors on the same scale as Savile’s. This is astonishing news, given the fact that Savile is now regarded as being one of the worst serial sex offenders in British history.

Something is clearly rotten at the heart of the BBC.

And isn’t it amazing that people in Britain can be fined for not paying the licence fee to fund this paedophile-ridden organisation?

The papers this morning are also reporting a television actor is to stand trial in November for the rape of a fourteen year old boy and other sex crimes.

The sordid secrets of TV celebrities who use their fame to carry out horrific abuse are coming out into the open with increasing regularity.

This is a painful but necessary thing.

Furthermore, it isn’t just the world of entertainment that is being ripped open to expose the awful secrets of paedo celebrities.There is now news emerging that a paedophile ring has links to the heart of Number !0 during the time in power of an as yet unnamed Prime Minister.

A senior aide of this PM was involved in a paedophile network which included Peter Righton of the Paedophile Information Exchange. Righton was convicted in 1992 of importing indecent images from Holland in an investigation that uncovered the links to Parliament and Number 10.

Harriet Harman, the Deputy Leader of the Opposition. has previously expressed support for the Paedophile Information Exchange – a now outlawed group – and for sexual relations between adults and children. Obviously Harman does not like this aspect of her past brought up

Everywhere you turn paedophilia’s stinking stench hits you in the face.

It is an indelible stain on our society.

As news emerges of more and more famous people who are involved in this despicable activity, the ordinary people of Britain will have their illusions shattered.

Is this really a bad thing?

We have been weaned on a steady diet of celebrity worship, with fame and glamour sold to us as evidence of success and worthy goals to be pursued. In Britain today, if you are not a celeb you are a nobody. This is reinforced by programmes such as X Factor and other wannabe productions that transform Joe and Jill Nobodies into “stars” and “artistes.”

In short, we have been conditioned to live in a world of make believe where becoming famous is all-important, akin to heaven on earth.

It’s no bad thing that this celebrity-worshipping culture we live in is dismantled and shredded due to revelations of child molestation carried out by our “heroes.”

The most important thing, as always, is our children.

Creating a society where they can live, go to school and play in safety and security must be paramount to every decent person in this country.

The cover-up of paedophilia that blights and rots many an institution in this nation is coming apart at the seams.

The dam is breaking.

Who knows what will come forth?

One thing is for sure.

The nation will be the better for it.