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Paedophilia has a long history of use by the UK deep state to facilitate covert control, especially of politicians, police and the judiciary.

The UK Deep state has used paedophilia to entrap and the blackmail people for decades.[1] This became especially important after the legalisation of homosexuality in the UK in 1967.[citation needed] As in other countries, those affected held key posts in politics, government, entertainment. One of the most prominent (posthumous) exposures was Jimmy Saville.


Repeated dossiers of evidence were collected and then lost by the UK establishment. Al Jazeera summarized the situation in February 2020:[2]

British politicians turned a blind eye to the sexual abuse of children and actively covered up allegations over decades, an independent inquiry into historical sex offences in Westminster has found.

The inquiry did not find evidence of an organised paedophile network in its examination of the period, covering the 1960s through until the ’90s.

But the report found there “have been significant failures by Westminster institutions in their responses to allegations of child sexual abuse”.

“This included failure to recognise it, turning a blind eye to it, actively shielding and protecting child sexual abusers and covering up allegations,” said the summary of the report.


In the 1980s, Geoffrey Dickens worked to expose organised paedophilia of UK establishment figures,[3][4] by assembling a dossier of evidence about the VIPaedophile phenomenon, naming Peter Hayman, a former Deputy Chief of MI6. He was criticised for this at the time,[5] but some information proved correct. In 1984 handed it to Leon Brittan, then Home secretary, who reportedly "lost" it. It has come to be known as the "Westminster paedophile dossier".

In 2015 documents emerged that showed that the UK prime minister, Margaret Thatcher, had already been alerted to this, but took no action.[6][7][8] The Guardian reported in May 2015 that some 1,400 people are investigated in the child sex abuse inquiry.[9]


Elm Guest House, a notorious UK venue for child sex abuse parties that were organised to gather sexual blackmail material
Full article: Stub class article UK/VIPaedophile/Venue

VIPaedophile venues included Dolphin Square, a block of flats conveniently close to the UK parliament. At one time it was home to more than 70 MPs, and at least 10 Lords.[10] Another venue in London was the Elm Guest House. Northern Ireland venues included the Kincora Boys' Home, run by a member of MI6.


Notable people in politics and society that had allegations against them are:

Leon Brittan

Leon Brittan was a British politician, Conservative Member of Parliament and barrister, as well as a member of the European Commission. He served several ministerial roles in Margaret Thatcher's government, including Home Secretary.

Alleged pedophile Clement Freud.

Clement Freud

Sir Clement Raphael Freud was a knighted British broadcaster, writer, politician, and grandson of Sigmund Freud. In 2016, seven years after his death, three women made public allegations of child sexual abuse and rape by Freud, which led to police investigations.

Alleged pedophile Sir Peter Morrison was a Conservative MP.[11]

Peter Morrison

Peter Morrison, in the 70s and 80s was the private secretary to Margaret Thatcher (British prime minister at the time), was with others: "known or rumoured to be active in their sexual interest in children and were protected from prosecution in a number of ways", by police, prosecutors and political parties.[2]

One alleged victim recounts his childhood account in an article about sexual predator Sir Peter Morrison and the Westminster paedophile ring in The Telegraph.[11] (allegations by 'Nick' were )

Louis Mountbatten

A declassified FBI document reported that Louis Mountbatten (mentor to Charles Windsor) as "a homosexual with lust for young boys".[12]

Elizabeth Wharton Drexel in a 1944 interview considered Mountbatten to be unfit for military command because he was known among the royal circles to be attracted to young boys. Ron Perks who worked as his driver in Malta in 1948, alleged to Lowens that one of his favourite destinations was the Red House, a brothel for homosexual men in Rabat which he did not know of at that time. Mountbatten had several known homosexual friends including Noël Coward, Terence Rattigan, Ivor Novello and Tom Driberg who called him "Mountbottom". Lownie also interviewed a neighbour of Mountbatten who also allegedly had a sexual relationship with him in the 1970s when he was 20–30 years old. Francis Wheen, Driberg's biographer, stated that he had received a letter from a man alleging that Mountbatten had tried to seduce him while he was 17 but the letter was lost in a fire. Anthony Daly, a male prostitute in a relationship with Driberg, claimed that the latter told him Mountbatten was attracted to young men in military uniforms and boys in school uniforms.[13]

Jimmy Savile and Charles Windsor in July 2006.

Jimmy Savile

Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher pushed for a knighthood for serial child sex abuser Jimmy Savile, seen here together at a 1980 fundraising event for the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. - From the Al Jazeera article, "British politicians 'covered up child sex abuse for decades'".

Jimmy Savile was an English entertainment media personality, charity fundraiser, and good friend of the British Royal Family and Tony Blair.[14][15] Hundreds of allegations of sexual abuse over many decades were made against him but were not exposed until after his death.

Margaret Thatcher also pushed for a knighthood for Jimmy Savile, which he got in 1990, despite revelations in the media about the TV presenter's sexual abuse of children, [a 2020 173-page report] said. The inquiry also discussed the Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE), which campaigned for the public acceptance of paedophilia and for changes in the law to allow adults to have sex with children. [...] The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) - of which the Westminster investigation is one strand - is one of the largest and most expensive ever undertaken in the United Kingdom. - Al Jazeera[2]

Alleged pedophile Cyril Smith in a T-shirt that says, "I skipped lunch. Save the children."

Cyril Smith

Cyril Smith received a knighthood (the British honour which awards the title "Sir") and was "known or rumoured to be active in their sexual interest in children and were protected from prosecution in a number of ways", by police, prosecutors and political parties.[2] Daily Mail reported that: "MI5 and Special Branch 'covered up Cyril Smith's abuse of boys'".[16][17]

Edward Heath

Edward Heath and Elizabeth Windsor with US President Richard Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon during the Nixons' 1970 visit to the UK.

Wikipedia explains in his article, in the section: "Allegations of child sexual abuse" (allegations by "Nick"), the following:[18]

"In April 2015, a rape claim against Heath was investigated by the Metropolitan Police but was dropped.[19] In August 2015, several police forces were investigating allegations of child sexual abuse by Heath.[20] Hampshire, Jersey, Kent, Wiltshire, Gloucestershire and Thames Valley constabularies and London's Metropolitan Police investigated such claims.[21][22] It was reported that a man had claimed that at the age of 12 years he had been raped by Heath in a Mayfair flat in 1961, after he had run away from home.[23][24] Allegations about Heath were investigated as part of Operation Midland, the Metropolitan Police inquiry into historical claims of child abuse and related homicides.[25] A witness called 'Nick' was introduced to the police by the former Exaro website, who had asked him about alleged child sexual abuse by prominent figures at the Dolphin Square apartment complex in Pimlico, London; Heath was reported to be one of the figures.[26] In 2018 "Nick", whose real name is Carl Beech, was arrested and charged over child pornography offences[27] and in January 2019 he pleaded guilty.[28] Beech, who had fabricated allegations against Heath and other prominent politicians and civil servants, was sentenced in July 2019 to eighteen years in prison.[29]

Also in August 2015, Sky News reported that Jersey police were investigating allegations against Heath as part of Operation Whistle,[20] and a similar investigation, Operation Conifer, was launched by Wiltshire Police at the same time.[30] The Sir Edward Heath Charitable Foundation, which operates the museum at Arundells, his home in Salisbury, said it welcomed the investigation.[31] In November 2016, criminologist Richard Hoskins said that the evidence used against Heath in Operation Conifer, including discredited allegations of satanic ritual abuse, was "preposterous", "fantastical" and gained through the "controversial" practice of recovered-memory therapy.[32] In March 2017 Operation Conifer was closed, having cost a reported £1.5 million over two years, as no corroborating evidence had been found in any of the 42 allegations by 40 individuals (including three different names used by one person).[33][34]

In September 2017 it was announced that the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse would review the police investigation into Heath.[35] Police said that if Heath were still alive they would have interviewed him under caution in relation to seven out of the 42 allegations,[33] but nothing should be inferred about his guilt or innocence.[36][37] In his summary report, Chief Constable Mike Veale confirmed that "no further corroborative evidence was found" to support the satanic abuse claims.[33] "


Paedophile Information Exchange

The Paedophile Information Exchange was a group set up in 1974 that promoted paedophilia and campaigned to lower the age of consent. Membership was small, estimated as around 250 by 1977,[38] but included many figures of social influence such as Peter Hayman, a former Deputy Chief of MI6. It was closed down after a decade, but its existence allowed the establishment of a network which was to prove of continuing importance.

Westminster paedophile ring

Full article: Westminster paedophile ring

(Not to be confused with the Westminster paedophile dossier)

Organised crime groups

Halifax child sex abuse ring

Full article: Halifax child sex abuse ring

Oxford child sex abuse ring

Full article: Oxford child sex abuse ring

The Oxford child sex abuse ring was a group of seven men who, in May 2013, were convicted of sexual offences including rape, conspiracy to commit rape, arranging or facilitating child prostitution, trafficking for sexual exploitation, and procuring a miscarriage.

Rochdale child sex abuse ring

Full article: Rochdale child sex abuse ring

Rotherham child sexual exploitation scandal

Full article: Rotherham child sexual exploitation scandal

The Rotherham child sexual exploitation scandal consisted of the organised child sexual abuse that occurred in the northern English town of Rotherham, South Yorkshire, from the late 1980s until the 2010s and the failure of local authorities to act on reports of the abuse throughout most of that period.



Page nameDescription
Peter BallUK/VIPaedophile bishop and friend of Charles Windsor
Tom Driberg
Nicholas Fairbairn"One of the most powerful men in Scotland" and UK/VIPaedophile
Magic CircleUK/VIPaedophile network in the higher ranks of the Scottish legal establishment.
Tam Paton


Related Quotations

Tim Fortescue“For anyone with any sense, who was in trouble, would come to the whips and tell them the truth, and say now, I’m in a jam, can you help? It might be debt, it might be… a scandal involving small boys, or any kind of scandal in which, erm er, a member seemed likely to be mixed up in, they’d come and ask if we could help and if we could, we did. And we would do everything we can because we would store up brownie points… and if I mean, that sounds a pretty, pretty nasty reason, but it’s one of the reasons because if we could get a chap out of trouble then, he will do as we ask forever more.”Tim Fortescue1995
Alexis Jay“It is clear to see that Westminster institutions have repeatedly failed to deal with allegations of child sexual abuse, from turning a blind eye to actively shielding abusers. A consistent pattern emerged of failures to put the welfare of children above political status although we found no evidence of an organised network of paedophiles within government. We hope this report and its recommendations will lead political institutions to prioritise the needs and safety of vulnerable children.”Alexis Jay2020
Mark Williams-Thomas“There are still people out there who are untouchable, [...] There is one very significant person who I've done everything to try and get prosecuted because he is clearly a child sex offender. [...] To date the CPS won't prosecute. The police and I have tried really hard to get there. He will die in due course and then the floodgates will open in the same way they did with Savile. That's not right. But justice takes many different forms. [...] The truth is no broadcaster would have done a programme about Savile when he was alive. We live in a society where there are some people you can't take on and that's really sad.”Mark Williams-Thomas1 October 2022
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