So what’s the obsession with reporting paedophilia on the blog? This crime is one of the few remaining taboos and is therefore a very powerful tool for those who wish to control. Supply a perverted politician (not to be confused with “those in power” ) with under-age sexual partners, ensure that there is a record of what transpires and control is ensured. Being exposed as a paedophile does not just lead to the loss of a job. It is the end of everything and a crime to boot. There’s a lot to lose. Hence those who have been set up are very easily controlled.
Am I suggesting that this has happened at any time on the Isle of Man? I have absolutely no evidence for this allegation and therefore can say no more. I can neither confirm – nor deny! However, we all know where our major legislation comes from and there are many references to paedophile politicians in the UK. Tom Watson MP is pressing for investigation of parliamentary paedophile rings. It’s certainly caused consternation and the Savile, Cyril Smith stories continue to be reported. At present this is all the mainstream media (MSM) is reporting. Just restrict investigations to the dead and dead-beats and this ensures the present day political paedophiles are protected.
Hence the need for online media to report what is already known (quite a lot) and to push for further proper investigation. Bloggers continue to report the details that MSM prefers to ignore and in unspoken collaboration we continue to link and spread the news – because MSM cannot be depended upon to do this. At this stage it is unlikely that the stories will be picked up on by mainstream. Further fixed and fudged investigations are an insult to the victims and will not stop the rot.
Another blogger explains why the online pressure is essential and ongoing:
Before I talk about the primary topic of this post, about how internet users appear to self-organise to achieve a mutual goal, I’d like to address some of the criticisms that some people are making about the way that internet users are coming to terms with the implications of the paedophile abuse scandal which will hit the MSM soon enough.
One criticism is that internet users should leave the entire reporting and investigation to the police, honourable politicians, and professional journalists.
Let me remind those that hold this view that 30 years ago when the Elm Guest House scandal first broke, the police were no less scrupulous, the MPs were no less honourable, and the journalists were no less professional than today and still it all got covered up.
Let me remind those that hold this view that 20 years ago when the North Wales child abuse scandal was the subject of enquiry, that the police were no less scrupulous, the MPs were no less honourable, and the journalists were no less professional than today and still it all got covered up.
And let me remind you that 10 years ago when Operation Ore was investigating VIP child pornography consumers that the police were no less scrupulous, the MPs were no less honourable, and the journalists were no less professional than today and still it all got covered up.
But today there will NOT be a cover-up because this story will never go away until justice has been served because internet users will not allow it to be forgotten, we will continue to speak out about child abuse until the perpetrators have been brought to justice.