Monday 29 December 2014


Here we have the Countries and their involvement, cross-overs and connections.

Research Results. Politics

Since the brutal West Yorkshire Police attack on my boyfriend and I on Thursday 11th December 2014, I have decided the only way to keep ourselves safe is to publish the results of my research myself, in full.
I was due to release it via a third party, but since my blog gains little interest anyway, I may as well get a jump on it all and claim first rights, 
especially as I am actually receiving no direct recognition via the third party for the work I have put in, just "et al".

Over the next couple of weeks I will be gradually releasing all the results of my research.
Each post is already written and set on a Scheduled release.

Using WebBrain software, and the last 2 years research, I have mapped out the connections from schools and homes across the UK to P.I.E members and other network-based abusers in most Countries worldwide. These abusers range from your average "John Doe" in the street up to politicians, royalty, film and music celebrities, and most importantly, the money behind it all.
I have tried to stick to known networks, although they did, in themselves lead to other organisations or individuals of key note.

As I get further into my notes, each section will be updated with new images, but not set as a new post.

Here goes............

Let the downfall begin!

Every is either a child abuser or an enabler.

Friday 26 December 2014

Independent Sexual Violence Advisor

Ok, big Thank You to Micky Cardiff for this one, link to counselling available FREE through your local council!

Every County Council, if not local has the service available.

This is written on the Kirklees site (please note: only use the phone numbers provided if you live in Kirklees)
What is counselling? 
A service which enables survivors of sexual/domestic violence to work through their past and current experiences. Kirklees RASACC acknowledges that all survivors are different and will suffer different effects. Counselling allows people to explore and resolve the effects of the abuse so that survivors can live their lives feeling more in control of their thoughts, emotions and behaviour. 
Will it be confidential? 
Confidential information will only be disclosed if it is indicated that a child or young person may be experiencing abuse, or be at potential risk of abuse, of any kind, or where it is indicated that a client is at risk of potential self-harm, suicide and/or harm to others.Wherever possible this will be discussed with you before the disclosure. This action will only be taken after a counsellor has consulted with their line manager and/or clinical supervisor. 
Will I have to talk about everything that has happened to me? 
No. You will not be pressurised into talking about things you do not wish to talk about. You only need to tell us what is relevant and helpful to you. The counselling session is your time and we are here to help you find your own way of moving forward. 
How long will I have counselling for? 
Each session lasts between fifty minutes to one hour and is usually weekly at the same venue at the same time and day. Everyone will be offered up to 10 sessions which will be jointly reviewed with a counsellor. 
Will I always see the same counsellor? 
You will see a counsellor for your assessment, however this may not be the counsellor who you will be seeing for your counselling. Once counselling commences it will be the same counsellor throughout your agreed counselling contract.. KRASACC's counsellors are all qualified practitioners and all have extensive experience of working with issues of sexual violence and domestic abuse. They abide by the Code Of Ethics and Practice of the British Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy. 
How do I make and appointment? 
You can phone the helpline on 01484 540730 or contact us via the website or by email to (see Contacts) 
How much will counselling cost me?Kirklees RASACC is a registered charity and we do not charge clients a fee for counselling.   
However, as a small charity, we are always grateful if people can make  monetary donations or a donation of tissues, tea or coffee or similar, but this is entirely voluntary.  
How do people that have been through counselling feel? 
Some quotes from KRASACC Service Users: 
"It helped me face my fears.""I found answers to my questions.""It has changed me completely. I finally believe what happened to me and I know I am not mad." 
"It has given me courage to carry on and lead the life that I should have had a long time ago." 
"I finally feel believed.""It was great not being judged and I felt my confidence come back."

Whilst it can take Kirklees a few days to pick up on missed messages, they do check each call to make sure it has been signed off and completed.

BBC Perv's Still Honoured?

The late John Peel is revered and celebrated by many lovers of rock and pop music as a legendary disc jockey. The BBC, for which he worked for many years, regards him a major figure in the history of broadcasting.
So in March 2012, the Corporation decided to rename a wing at Broadcasting House after Peel, who died in 2004. But while they were preparing to nail a blue plaque on the wall, an allegation was made that the DJ had had sex with an underage girl numerous times on BBC premises in 1969.
Amid a fusillade of similar allegations involving other former BBC DJs and employees, most notably Jimmy Savile, the Beeb hurriedly shoved the plaque into a drawer. It also said it would consider calling the Peel Wing something else, though in the event it did nothing.

In March 2012, the Corporation decided to rename a wing at Broadcasting House after Peel, who died in 2004. Then an allegation was made that the DJ had had sex with an underage girl on BBC premises in 1969
In March 2012, the Corporation decided to rename a wing at Broadcasting House after Peel, who died in 2004. Then an allegation was made that the DJ had had sex with an underage girl on BBC premises in 1969

Now, more than two years later, the Mail’s Sebastian Shakespeare Diary has revealed that the Corporation is dusting off its blue plaque in the belief that the furore has died down. This is a decision that speaks volumes about the BBC. It shows it has still not come to terms with the industrial-scale sexual abuse which it tolerated among its ‘stars’.

Saturday 13 December 2014

Harriet Harman, Groomed At School?

Ok, so I was collating info I had gathered on abusers and schools as you all know, but I started looking at who attended those schools too.

I started with the abusers based at Colet Prep school and it's attachment to St Paul's School, London. Then I discovered a St Paul's Girls School, in the same grounds, with the same faculty as the other two schools. Age range 10-19.

Several of those faculty were paedophiles including Alan Doggett, well known member of Paedophile Information Exchange.
Doggett is known to have worked there in the mid to late '70's, so anyone passing through any of the Schools operated by Worshipful Company of Mercers would have had contact, over their 9 years in the school, with at least one member of Paedophile Information Exchange.

During this time, on the student list of St Paul's Girls School, London was Harriet Harman, who later went on to campaign on behalf of two groups of paedophiles whilst working at NCCL.
At least one of these groups contained members that were her former school tutors!

Deniability out the window??

The Mercer's btw, is Not a Limited company and seemingly has only 3 employees. To CRB all the staff incoming to the 3 schools, and other properties they own/handle, even though they are listed as based within the Mercer's Guild Building and operating as "sheltered housing" ?

I'm sorry, since when were Independent fee-paying schools, classed as sheltered housing?