Kenneth Clarke and VIP CSA Cover ups

08 Mar 2016

Kenneth Clarke ‘failed to act’ over Lord Janner and Cyril Smith child abuse tip

Government’s sex abuse inquiry – which has first preliminary hearing on Wednesday – will hear claims that former home secretary was warned of abuse in the early 90s


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Child porn network operating out of Broadmoor 1986



and again in 1997:

The hospital was the subject of an inquiry following allegations that a child paedophile ring was operating within its walls and that patients held child pornography videos

^ Savile and Rolf Harris

Documented: Harris's visit to the Berkshire hospital in 1973 was mentioned in last week's report on Savile's abuse

Rolf Harris’ visit to Broadmoor in 1973 was mentioned in a 2014 report on Savile’s abuse


It emerged that BBC pervert Savile was “given the keys” to Broadmoor secure hospital around 1988 — when Mr Clarke was Health Secretary.

Mr Clarke was last night forced to defend himself, saying: “I have no recollection of ever having met Jimmy Savile and no recollection of these events.

Paedophile Savile abused dozens of women at Broadmoor, where he also had his own set of keys and living quarters

He even had a mobile home on site and ordered teenagers inside supposedly to clean it.

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Kenneth Clarke 1991 Secretary of State for Education

Government officials tried to remove 155 sex assault claims by pupils to Childline from official dossier

Esther Rantzen Crookham Court School

Dame Esther said:I will forward the report and memo to Justice Goddard.

2 May 2015

…… Department of Education officials wanted 155 allegations of attacks, mainly by teachers, to be censored

The 1991 report reviewed the findings of an experimental phone line for boarding school children set up by Dame Esther Rantzen and funded by the Government.

The report was never published, but the Sunday Mirror last week obtained a copy through Freedom of Information.

And it came with a damning memo by a DES official that mysteriously advised a “low-key” approach to publicity and moaned it was a waste of public money.

The NSPCC, which now runs ChildLine, has been unable to find a copy of the report in its archives. 

The Department for Education said it would “submit any ­information relating to historic child sexual exploitation” to the Goddard inquiry. Dame Esther said:I will forward the report and memo to Justice Goddard.

“Leon Brittan was the outstanding man of our generation”

Kenneth Clarke, William Hague and Nick Clegg among politicians who attend memorial service for Leon Brittan

Kenneth Clarke and Norman Lamont described Lord Brittan as one of the cleverest politicians of his generation, as well as being a warm, witty and reliable friend.


Kenneth Clarke has been forced to shelve his plans to halve jail terms for rapists and violent offenders who plead guilty, following a storm of protest.

The panel at Wormwood Scrubs: (L to R) Daily Mail columnist Melanie Philips, Blackburn MP Jack Straw, David Dimbleby, Justice Secretary Kenneth Clarke and Liberty director Shami Chakrabarti

The panel included Melanie Philips, Blackburn MP Jack Straw, David Dimbleby, Justice Secretary Kenneth Clarke and Liberty director Shami Chakrabarti

Controversy: Government sources revealed that the sentencing shake-up had been postponed on the orders of Number 10

In a radio phone-in, the Justice Secretary repeatedly suggested that some rapes were not as ‘serious’ as others.

Ken Clarke roared with laughter at suggestions he should resign.


Link: Sir Edward Heath is pictured with paedophile Cyril Smith, a former MP for Rochdale, in Leeds in 1975, who is known to have been a linchpin in the Westminster paedophile ring

Sir Edward Heath is pictured with paedophile Cyril Smith, a former MP for Rochdale, in Leeds in 1975, who is known to have been a linchpin in the Westminster paedophile ring

Brothel madam  Myra Ling-Ling Forde allegedly had a prosecution against her dropped to avoid a probe into the former PM Ted Heath

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Ken Clarke was Home sec when Myra Ling Ling trial was abandoned – in 1992

A court heard how she trained children as call girls, often picking up youngsters mostly from a care home

JERSEY:Children were loaned to rich paedophile yachtsmen

One of those who stood most to lose was Sir Edward Heath, the former prime minister from 1970-74, who was known to visit the Jersey care home the Haute Garrene among others to take young boys on boating weekends on his yacht called  ‘Morning Cloud’

We know from court cases and statements made [during the 2008 inquiry] that children in Jersey care homes were ‘loaned out’ to members of the yachting fraternity and other prominent citizens on the pretence of recreational trips but during which they were savagely abused and often raped.

When these children complained they were beaten and locked in cellars at Haut de la Garenne

A source spoke to one of his victims and he said about others who were present, and more important, who was supplying the children to him.

Jimmy Savile at Haut de la Garenne

The person bringing children for him to abuse is Sir Jimmy Savile. He was seen by the witness, victim, taking young boys onboard Heath’s yacht the morning cloud when they were at party conference. Allegedly Savile is known for supplying a number of high profile MP’s with children for them to sexually abuse.

Savile used to keep his infamous caravan parked at Haut de la Garenne during his visits to Jersey

Mother claims she had told police a child vanished after going on Sir Edward Heath’s yacht but officers were warned not to investigate by ‘someone above’

Search for remains at Haut de la Garenne 2008

Home to something evil

The story had first trickled out in November 2007, gaining almost no press attention.

Following a covert police inquiry into allegations of mistreatment in the island’s care homes, police and the NSPCC in London had appealed to former residents to come forward.

By January 2008, hundreds were said to have made contact, reporting physical and sexual abuse, mostly at Haut de la Garenne, a grim, Victorian industrial school that had, until the mid-80s, served as Jersey’s main children’s home.


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Jack Straw – and then Ken Clarke – supported and endorsed the illegal sabotage of that Jersey investigation from back in 2008.

Detailed, evidenced submissions were made to Ken Clarke, too – when he had become Secretary of State for Justice – concerning the Jersey child-abuse cover-ups – and the concealment of other profoundly serious crimes in Jersey.

Since then Ken Clarke has been accused of indecently assaulting a young male actor who was playing beneath the age of consent when the alleged indecent assault is said to have occurred. For reasons that might – in usual circumstances – have appeared mystifying, rather than Clarke suing Ben Fellows for defamation, the state embarked upon the breathtakingly ill-advised and doomed attempt to prosecute Fellows


Jack Straw chairman of governors for Pimlico Comp School with gov Ashley Bramall (brother of Edwin Bramall who was “old friends” with Greville Janner)

Jack Straw  tried to pass legislation to make it illegal in Part 2 of the Children, Schools and Families Act 2010 for Children in Childrens’ Homes to speak out.

Jack Straw and Leon Brittan’s cousin – Sir Malcolm Rifkind – in latest ‘cash for access’ scandal

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A picture of Kenneth Clarke’s wedding. John Gummer is best man and the ushers include Michael Howard and Leon Brittan. Norman Lamont and Norman Fowler were also friends.

Clarke’s time as a Cabinet Minister is the fifth-longest in the modern era, having spent over 20 years serving under Prime Ministers Margaret Thatcher, John Major and David Cameron.

David Cameron hired Lord Brittan as a day trade adviser

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In 2011 and 2012, Clarke faced criticism for his Justice and Security Bill, in particular those aspects of it that allow secret trials when “national security” is at stake

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Ken Clarke is made Companion of Honour

22 July 2014

David Cameron rewarded Ken Clarke with the more exclusive Companion of Honour.

He will enter a small clique of people who can use the letters CH after their name. The order was founded by George V in 1917 to recognise services of national importance, made up of the sovereign, plus no more than 65 members.


Participant at the annual meeting of the Bilderberg Group in 1993, 1998, 2006–08 and 2012.

In June 2013 Clarke ‘forgot‘ he was one of three trustees of the Bilderberg Association and “may have failed fully to declare his role organising the secretive meetings of the Bilderberg Group of world leaders.”


Ted Heath: Bilderberg participant

Supporting the Sir Edward Heath Charitable Foundation:

Sir Peter Bottomley MP

Lord Tristan Garel-JonesMr Proctor turned from politics to hosiery and opened his shop in Brewers Lane, off Richmond Green, in 1988 with a pounds 2,000 grant from the Government’s Enterprise Allowance Scheme, and a little help from his friends: a start-up fund of pounds 75,000 was organised by Tristan Garel-Jones MP, the former Tory deputy chief whip and one of the party’s best-known fixers.

John Gummer
Keith Vaz MP
Lord Geoffrey Howe
Lord Douglas Hurd
Lord Peter Mandelson

Chair of the Heath trustees – Lord Armstrong

Lord Armstrong

PPS to Heath

Allegations of Child abuse cover-up

Armstrong was aware of Sir Peter Hayman’s paedophilia, and since leaving office, has commented “Clearly, I was aware of it at the time but I was not concerned with the personal aspect of it.”[5]

He knew about allegations of Savile’s sexual abuse of children

Armstrong gave Margaret Thatcher what he calls a “veiled” warning not to sanction Jimmy Savile’s knighthood for charitable work, due to allegations around his sexual abuse of children.

Armstrong was warned by the security services in 1986 that an MP had ‘a penchant for small boys’. But no action was taken and Armstrong, who refused to name the MP involved, insisted the allegations were just ‘shadows of a rumour’. He said he believed the decision not to investigate the paedophile claims was ‘correct at the time’.[7]