Simon Danczuk MP brakes down and sobs during a BBC 4 radio interview about abused children, revealing that here is one MP British people can trust. A brave Man and an MP who really cares and will stop at nothing to get a nationwide inquiry into child sexual abuse.
Following in the footsteps of Geoffrey Dickens Simon talks about Parliamentarians who have abused children. Who like Sir Cyril Smith and Sir Peter Morrison before them are protected.
Sir Leon Brittain is one of those parliamentarians who despite being known since at least 1990 as a violent sex abuser of children nothing has been done to stop him.
|Paedophile Leon Brittan honoured to represent Britain. When will he be jailed?|
Simon Danczuk and a group of cross party MP's are determined to bring the decades of cover-up to an end. They are writing to the Home Secretary Theresa May asking her to disclose the evidence. Evidence which for decades M15 and the Police have seized and buried with the cognizance of the Home Office which oversees both. Evidence which will reveal not just the abusers but who criminally conspired to cover-up for them.
TRANSCRIPT BBC 4 RADIO INTERVIEW WITH SIMON DANCZUK
|Man of the people|
Three officers came up to see us – quite senior officers – detectives.
Inerviewer: We can’t name anyone but are you able to give me an indication of what kind of case it was and who … what type of person was involved?
SD: It involved a senior Labour figure and I would decribe it as very ‘aggressive abuse of boys’; you know, quite clearly predatory – they are the allegations. They are of extreme significance and I know from speaking to the officers that they are taking them extremely seriously and want to pursue a case.
Interviewer: It is important to point out that these are allegations.
Interviewer: It’s an on-going investigation. Can you just tell me why you think that those police officers came to you.
SD: I think they came to see us to see whether there were any connections between these two senior politicians but also to discuss the politics of dealing with a case like this. Errr….. so I think they had some concerns, and quite undertandable ones. As you get to know the police – as a politician myself – you understand that they are (quite rightly) cautious about dealing with anything that has a political dimension. And I think they are cautious about this particular case that they are investigating because it IS because it is someone who has been involved in politics for a long time and they’re …… they’re probably worried about rocking the boat to some extent.
Interviewer: Obviously the police officers discussed with you these allegations.
Interviewer: We can’t talk about those. But I want to ask what you rreaction was when you heard them.
SD: I anticipated that we would write this book and we were conscious that it may have an impact in terms of what Smith had done and everything around it … and probably some fall-out from the Liberal Party. But I didn’t anticipate quite this sort of response where we end up speaking to a number of police officers from different forces across the country about allegations against other Parliamentarians. And I think we are getting to a stage where a number of disparate police investigations, going on, up and down the United Kingdom which I would have thought now need bringing into a more sophisticated way because, surely, if we are talking about a number of Parliamentarians across political parties, surely, it should be investigated in a smarter way and it should be well resourced I would think.
I am working with a number of politicians, Parliamentarians, MPs… errr.. on a letter that is going to the Home Secretary, which is urging her to make all evidence available in relation to some of these allegations.
Interviewer: How many MPs are involved in that group?
SD: Well, well, there are four of us and we’ve met as a group. It is a cross-party group. Everyone in the group is keen to …errr… to ensure that, you know, that the authorities cooperate with these types of investigations. So we are writing to the Home Secretary to urge her and to publish and make available all the documentation that relates to all the allgations agains all the Parliamentarians and others that are being accused of these terrible abuses.
Interviewer: You seem to have opened a can of worms. At least you seem to have heard more than you probably bargained for haven’t you?
SD: Yeh. Well…. I never came into politics to examine the issue of child abuse. It’s sort of been pushed upon me. It has quite a strong… quite a strong… impact. One of the other Officers asked a few days ago if we receive any support. Psychological support for the sort of stuff we examine – and the answer is that we DON’T. But [laughter] perhaps that would be useful, I don’t know. But it is harrowing listening to some of the stories. But I make this point – it is never as harrowing as what the victims have been through. We have regulat conversations with people who have ended up on drugs – yer know – it’s really, really ruined their lives. We hear about people who have committed suicide. So when people say, “Oh these…….errr……. victims are coming forward to try to get some sort of compensation”, let me tell yer… [SD breaks down in tears completely] …. all the money in the world – err – wouldn’t – err [sorry]
Interviewer: That’s alright Simon. I know it is really harrowing. Are you okay?
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Blair government insider Lord Robertson threatened to sue Scotland's leading independent newspaper over Internet allegations that he not only used his influence as a Freemason to procure a gun license for child killer Thomas Hamilton, but was also a member of a clandestine paedophile ring reportedly set up by Hamilton for the British elite.
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Blair's government issued a D-Notice to gag the press from revealing the names of known paedophiles within the British executive, including at least two senior ministers. Tony Blair's closest confidante's was a practicing paedophile, The Sunday Times is reported to have obtained an FBI list of Labour MPs who have used credit cards to pay for internet child pornography, and Blair responded by imposing a massive news blackout, but this failed to stop the arrest of one of his most important aides, Phillip Lyon. It is only a matter of time