Monday, 30 April 2018

Use of mosquito devices should be prohibited in public spaces

"Last year, the UN Committee recommended that `the use in public spaces of acoustic devices used to disperse gatherings of young people`should be prohibited..."

"These devices are also known as ‘mosquito devices’. `Together’s 2016 State of Children’s Rights report found that only two local authorities in Scotland had records of mosquito devices being used in their areas. However, a survey of Members of Scottish Youth Parliament (MSYPs) suggested that devices were being used in areas where local authorities believed there were no devices installed. The Scottish Youth Parliament, among other organisations, have continued to campaign against the use of mosquito devices..."

"Although a local authority ban cannot stop the devices being used by independent businesses, it does mean that they will no longer be installed on council buildings such as schools or leisure centres."

Over 300 complaints against Sisters of Nazareth

"Police have received complaints from more than 300 people against the Sisters of Nazareth Catholic order which ran children's homes in Scotland until the 1980s."

"The Scottish child abuse inquiry has begun hearing evidence in connection with the homes they ran in Aberdeen, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Ayrshire."

"Police received 308 complaints against the Sisters of Nazareth."

"They related to their child care homes between 1934 and 1984."

"The complaints are about 194 people associated with institutions run by the Sisters of Nazareth."

No evidence for chemical attack

"The boy portrayed as a ‘victim’ in a video of the alleged chemical attack in Douma has told a Russian TV crew that he was asked to go to hospital, where people `grabbed` him and started `pouring water` over his head."

"Panic, fear, screaming adults and frightened children featured in the purported footage of the aftermath following the alleged chemical attack in the Eastern Ghouta city. The video has been circulated by mainstream media since April 7 after being posted by the so-called Douma Revolution group."

"The group is one of the organizations, along with the notorious rebel-linked White Helmets, that has claimed government troops were the culprits behind the reported chemical attack."

Tuesday, 24 April 2018

Appeal against Alder Hey Hospital

"Edwin Jesudason appeal on his whistle-blowing case against Alder Hey Hospital in Liverpool."
How can a judge make a decision about child safety when he only sees half of the report ?

Alfie must die

Monday, 23 April 2018

Thousands of children go missing from care

"More than 10,000 children in care were reported missing last year, amid fears that vulnerable children have been subject to grooming and exploitation."

"As many as one in ten children in care went missing during 2017, official figures have revealed, with many children disappearing several times a year."

"It comes amid concerns that young people are falling into the hands of gangs grooming children, following recent scandals in Rotherham and Telford."

"Some of the children were reported missing for more than a month, the Daily Telegraph reports."

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Sunday, 22 April 2018

More Telford revelations

"Graham Bould, 60, was chair of Shropshire County Council’s social services department from 1993-1998 - when Telford’s child grooming epidemic began to spiral."

"Three politicians are today exposed as convicted child sex offenders in `mind-blowing and disgraceful` revelations that will further rock Telford."

"Relatives of murdered abuse victim Lucy Lowe, 16, were left reeling after learning one of the politicians had been jailed and two others had admitted their guilt."

"Anglican vicar the Rev Michael Keen, 78, who sat on a Police Authority board, got 15 months for two assaults on a boy aged 15."

"The same lad was assaulted by former councillor Graham Bould, 60, chair of Shropshire County Council’s social services from 1993 -1998 when Telford’s child grooming epidemic began to spiral."

"The Sunday Mirror revealed last month how up to 1,000 girls are feared to have been groomed and abused by mainly Asian paedophile gangs."

Still on the run

[Lucy Samson]

"A `DANGEROUS` teacher was obsessed with paedophiles who `booby-trapped his home` before abandoning his job and moving to Ireland."

"A hearing was told dad-of-four Brian Docherty claimed his colleagues were in a religious cult during his time at Fraserburgh Academy, Aberdeenshire..."

"Mr Docherty
, originally from Glasgow, was not present or represented at a General Teaching Council for Scotland (GTCS) hearing in Edinburgh this week."

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"The `dangerous` teacher Lucy Samson refers to is Brian Docherty, well known to the UK Column team who have reported on his case many times. Recently there have been few reports, at the request of the parents, so it is difficult to know what is happening to the family at the moment or why this article has suddenly appeared out-of-the-blue."  [See UK Column here:]

So fantastical are some of the incidents surrounding the Dochertys that a few people question their mental health in reporting them. The article appears to be attacking the father from that angle too. However, getting bogged down in deciding whether the Dochertys are mentally ill or not is a diversion, useful for the establishment, because none of it begins to explain why the Scottish Police failed to investigate the Dochertys` original allegation.

For example, Scottish Sceptic wonders whether to believe the authorities or the parents, but after analysing the matter comes down on the side of the Dochertys.... "It appears to me there is very strong evidence that there was a conspiracy to use the threat of taking children away to silence the Dochertys and stop them pursuing the allegation."

[i.e. that Alan Low, acquaintance of Viscount Petersham, offered the Dochertys £25,000 for `access` to their autistic son]

Tuesday, 10 April 2018

Propaganda for War

The Rush to War

by Craig Murray

"I have never ruled out the possibility that Russia is responsible for the attack in Salisbury, amongst other possibilities. But I do rule out the possibility that Assad is dropping chemical weapons in Ghouta. In this extraordinary war, where Saudi-funded jihadist head choppers have Israeli air support and US and UK military `advisers`, every time the Syrian army is about to take complete control of a major jihadist enclave, at the last moment when victory is in their grasp, the Syrian Army allegedly attacks children with chemical weapons, for no military reason at all. We have been fed this narrative again and again and again."

"We then face a propaganda onslaught from neo-con politicians, think tanks and `charities` urging a great rain of Western bombs and missiles, and are accused of callousness towards suffering children if we demur. This despite the certain knowledge that Western military interventions in Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya have had consequences which remain to this day utterly disastrous."

"I fear that the massive orchestration of Russophobia over the last two years is intended to prepare public opinion for a wider military conflict centred on the Middle East, but likely to spread, and that we are approaching that endgame. The dislocation of the political and media class from the general population is such, that the levers for people of goodwill to prevent this are, as with Iraq, extremely few as politicians quake in the face of media jingoism. These feel like extremely dangerous times."

Read more…/…/04/the-rush-to-war/

Parenting by dentists

Also known as fascism:

"When a country begins to slowly divert authority from a parent to the state, you know that fascism and totalitarianism are closing in. Mao and Hitler are well-known for their success at undermining the role a parent played in a child’s life by changing the cultural impression of authority to the state and away from the home."
"A letter sent by a pediatric dental clinic in Pennsylvania recently underscored just how much faith people put in the government and how little faith they put in parents to make sound choices for their children. To make matters worse, this clinic seemed to be using a sickening fear tactic to get more business: threatening reports of neglect if patients were not kept up to date on their checkups."
"The letter, sent by Smiles 4 Keeps in Scranton, PN, `Failure to bring your child for dental care is considered neglect. Smiles 4 Keeps has not reported your child’s outstanding dental treatment as of yet,` but concludes with the warning `To keep your child as healthy as possible and avoid a report to state authorities, please call Smiles 4 Keeps immediately to schedule an appointment`..."

"While no one from the Smiles 4 Keeps office that sent the letter was willing to speak to WNEP 16, a corporate spokeswoman told them that they reported 17 cases of neglect last year, yet plan to rewrite the letter because of complaints from the community."

Social care `deprives people of their liberty`

Mark Neary calling `a detention a spade`

"Time for some straight speaking. Time to `get our language back`. Time for some direct Steven Neary talking."

"Today, I heard of a young autistic man who has been held away from his home for over three years. The place is run by one of the leading private providers (Think little swans). He has just had a six monthly review (why only every six months?) and the decision makers decided that he needed to stay there for at least another six months. An all too familiar story. What was different to me was how the place was described in the paperwork. The man is `living in a safeguarding placement`. It reminded me of the story I received from a parent during the second 7 Days of Action campaign. Her son was under a DoLS in an assessment and treatment unit. Only it was described in the DoLS paperwork as `a risk managed home`."

"These are lies. This is fancy language designed to obscure the real purpose. Cloud the real truth. Like many people in assessment and treatment units neither of these two guys wanted to be there. Both were being kept there against their will and are not free to leave. They are detained."

"Social care has always had a problem with the term `deprivation of liberty`. I’ve heard lots of professionals complain about the `negative connotations`. True, the Safeguards bit is meant to protect people from unlawful detentions. But lawful or not, a detention is still a detention." 

Tuesday, 3 April 2018

Armed Forces might inspire schools

Government backing plans to create 'military schools' to help poor children

More behavioural manipulation.
"The government is considering the introduction of a ‘military ethos’ in schools across the UK to help children from deprived backgrounds. Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson has commissioned MP Robert Goodwill to review the benefits of an education inspired by the ‘values and disciplines’ of the Armed Forces."
"Mr Goodwill will report back to the Ministry of Defence in September on what the impact has been on pupils from schools that already adopt military-style practices. The Tory MP has already said Armed Forces schools in deprived areas would boost the ‘life chances, confidence and self-discipline’ of youngsters. ‘Some schools may want to be a military academy and make that central to their school,’ he said."
"‘My job is to collect evidence, see what is done in other countries and see how we can build on the cadet system`."

British establishment involved in behavioural manipulation

"Much of the media spotlight is now on Cambridge Analytica and their shadowy antics in elections worldwide, including that of Donald Trump."

"However, Cambridge Analytica is a mere offshoot of Strategic Communication Laboratories (SCL Group) an organisation with its roots deeply embedded within the British political, military and royal establishment."

"Indeed, as the Observer article which broke the scandal said `For all intents and purposes, SCL/Cambridge Analytica are one and the same`."

"Like Cambridge Analytica, SCL group is a behavioural research and strategic communication company."

"In 2005, SCL went public with a glitzy exhibit at the DSEI conference, the UK’s largest showcase for military technology."

"Its ‘hard sell’ was a demonstration of how the UK government could use a sophisticated media campaign of mass deception to fool the British people into thinking an accident at a chemical plant had occurred and threatened central London. Genuinely."

Chemical threat, deception, manipulation of the the British people: that`s interesting.

McCann case given more funds

"Can I really be the only person who is wondering why the Home Office has given the Metropolitan Police yet more taxpayers’ money to investigate the disappearance of Madeleine McCann? "

"The disappearance of any child is a tragedy. That’s a given."

"But what the hell is going on here?"

"The police have so far been given over £12 million of taxpayers’ hard-earned money and what have they got to show for it?"

"That isn’t a rhetorical question."

"It’s a real question."

"What exactly have they done with our money? What have they achieved? Why do they think they can usefully spend yet more of our money?"


"And how and why have so many senior politicians become involved in the McCann case?"

"Do you know how to get through to the Prime Minister’s office?"

"No, nor me."

"If your child was missing would ringing the Prime Minister or the Chancellor of the Exchequer be one of your first priorities?"

"The McCanns seem to have managed to get hold of the Prime Minister, the Chancellor and the Pope."

"What the hell is going on here?"