Helping to halt the NWO

Will Black is just another great pretender who regularly comments on all the Spivey support sites and has regular banter/pretend punch ups with his fellow game-playing Spiveyite super trolls.  He writes for the Huffington Post, which he uses to advertise his books which he sells on Amazon. 

As always I copy/paste and add my comments in red.

Take a look at Black’s article ‘from paedogeddon to paedobritain’  I quote some of the paragraphs:

“There are many blogs around containing old newspaper reports about paedophile rings. Rather than being full of sensationalist reports from across all newspapers, most of these blogs contain the same handful of extremely troubling articles. One of the most cited is Nick Davies' 1998 Guardian piece 'The sheer scale of child sexual abuse in Britain'. In that article Nick draws together information about individual paedophiles and cases to illustrate troubling links between them.

The article also describes how powerful paedophiles, such as Peter Righton, were able to infiltrate key positions within the child protection and education systems. When arrested in 1992 for importing child pornography, Righton was found to be in correspondence with paedophiles across the UK and Europe. The police also found diaries in which he listed and graded boys.

Righton received a small fine for the pornography but members of his network were not brought to justice. This sort of timid response to paedophilia is the reason Paedobritain has been trending.  Trending.  FFS.  I wonder if the CSA victims know that Will Black refers to paedophilia in Britain as a ‘trend’.  He’s even nonchalantly created a new word – Paedonesia i.e. ‘collective amnesia about the abuse of children’.  I’m sure he wouldn’t have such a flippant attitude, using flowery labels, putting a sugary coating on this vile crime if he had been sodomised as a kid.  Uncomfortable links between Jimmy Savile and people in positions of power is another reason. Not to mention regular Operation Yewtree arrests of celebrities. 

Following a question in parliament by MP Tom Watson in October, we are waiting to hear if Righton's documents will lead to further arrests. Many of those in the Paedophile Information Exchange, of which Righton was a member, are still alive.”  Read on.