Friday, November 30, 2012

Should this site support the BNP ?

This site is debating about the minutae of the absolute traitor and scumbag Nick Griffin of 'Y Grabin' near Welshpool.

In our opinion, Griffin ought to accept what the poor people of nearby places said .

Griffin ought to go back to stacking shelves.

Sunday, November 25, 2012

Only 11.5 Percent of the Swiss in favour of joining the EU

Source: 20Minuten Online
24 November 2012

Switzerland’s desire to join the EU is unpopular as never before. In addition, the European Economic Area (EEA) is increasingly unpopular as a new survey shows. Therefore for the Swiss a political alignment with the European Union is slowly disappearing into the distance.

No desire for the EU: The Swiss people reject
EU membership as clearly as ever.

The confidence of the Swiss in the European Union is gone: Only 11.5 percent of the voters are in favor of joining. Twelve years ago more than a third desired becoming a part of the EU. This is the result of an evaluation made by the Swiss newspaper "SonntagsZeitung" based on a set of surveys continuously conducted since 1993 by Institute Isopublic.

For the Swiss the EU has never been so unpopular as it is now in 2012. Even membership of the EEA – which Swiss voters rejected 20 years ago with 50.3 percent – would be rejected by a massive margin if they were to vote today; Only about 32 percent would want to join it today.

"Serious deadlock»

In the Euro-friendly French-speaking part of Switzerland the same trends are seen. Until 2008 a clear majority of 60 percent there spoke for EEA membership - today it's only 41.5 percent.

These figures send out a clear signal to the politicians. Their reactions reflect this. For instance Christa Markwalder FDP National Councillor said regarding European policy Switzerland is "in a serious deadlock." She advocates a "EEA light".

Old Federal Councillor Micheline Calmy-Rey (SP) does not see any alternative to bilateral agreements. SVP patron Christoph Blocher anticipating a European referendum in the next few years says, "I'll have to get involved once again." Considering these figures this fight should be one of his easiest.

Saturday, November 24, 2012

Communist AFA/IRA thug Dave Hann writes history book ?


Apparently he is dead.

The author Dave Hann died a few years back.

He allegedly co -wrote a book of 'derring- do'  with SEARCHLIGHTs  Steve Tilzey by these champions of the ultra 'hard man' marxist left, and called NO RETREAT.

We at NWN have shown in the past, that both these 'warriors of the marxist class struggle' told ridiculous lies in that book.

Hann got kicked out of AFA for mugging some 'poofter' in Manchester.(Shock, horror gasp!)

He was involved with some leftie academic female shitbag that lectures at Brighton.

Never mind.

But I am sure we have seen his ugly face in the North West.

Which we should have done, bearing in mind these folk were 'fighting the fash' every day of the week.

IIRC he was with old Failsworth,Oldham jewboy/zionist and agent for SEARCHLIGHT Mike Luft, and taking pics of us.

Unless the odds were 10/1 at least, Hann would never have 'stuck the boot in'. Bit like his feminine mate, Steve Tilzey.

Both are/were, violent and paid zionist/ jewish and IRA stooges.

This book has definitely been 'ghost written' by marxist academics, and most probably SEARCHLIGHT/communist zionists. We also strongly suspect that the book NO RETREAT was also 'ghost written' by the same  enemies of this country who wrote this 'pack of lies'.

The above advert is from AMAZON.

'Baldy' Hann is seen here putting the boot in. We wonder just how many 'comrades' were involved here before he bravely stuck in 
the boot ?

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Reportage Us sur la marche des français patriotes contre le fascisme islamique

A look across the Channel at what's happening in France

For anyone who can 'parle vous French' [I can't] the site below is said to be excellent, getting up to 3 million hits a month.

Often with updates on African invasion of France.

Present issue has a good video from Copenhagen, a terrorized Danish couple says they are moving, immigrants ruined the neighborhood.

Saturday, November 17, 2012

'Shambolic' police commissioner poll blasted as under 14 per cent bother to vote in Greater Manchester

Polling station on Liverpool Road remained very quiet Polling station on Liverpool Road remained very quiet
Widespread voter apathy has undermined the announcement of Greater Manchester first elected police chief, due later today, with fewer than one in seven bothering to cast their vote.
The region went to the polls yesterday to choose a £100,000-a-year police and crime commissioner (PCC) – who will have the power to set police budgets and priorities and hire or fire the chief constable.
The count is not due to take place until this afternoon.
But turnout figures show that fewer than 15 per cent cast their vote in all but one of the ten local authority areas in Greater Manchester. The overall turnout figure was 13.9 per cent.

Authority PCC turnout %
Wigan 11.4
Rochdale 12.1
Manchester 12.5
Oldham 12.6
Salford 13.1
Stockport 13.7
Bolton 14.2
Tameside 14.2
Bury 14.5
Trafford 18.3
Gtr Mcr average 13.9

Turnout was highest in Trafford and and lowest in Wigan (11.4pc). In Manchester it was 12.5pc and in Oldham 12.6pc.
Similar PCC elections across the rest of the country reported similarly low levels of participation – threatening to undermine the democratic legitimacy of the winners.
Labour were quick to blame coalition ministers for failing to properly publicise the votes for elected police chiefs. No taxpayer-funded electoral leaflets were sent out, leaving many voters complaining that they had no idea who their candidates were, or what they stood for.
Jonathan Reynolds, Labour MP for Stalybridge and Hyde, said: "I think you cannot blame the candidates, who have put a lot of work into it.
"You have to ask questions about the government. This was a flagship reform and the organisation has been shambolic.
"These are important jobs that are being replaced.
"I think the government has to tell us what their ambition was for the turnout."
Katie Ghose, chief executive of the Electoral Reform Society, said: "This election has been a comedy of errors from start to finish.
"Polling stations are standing empty because voters knew next to nothing about the role, let alone the candidates they were expected to pick from.
"The Home Office has operated under the assumption that 'if you build it they will come'. Democracy just doesn't work that way. There have been avoidable errors at every step, and those responsible should be held to account."
Five candidates stood to be Greater Manchester's PCC, including long-term Manchester Central MP Tony Lloyd (Labour), former policeman Matt Gallagher (Lib Dem), senior councillor Michael Winstanley (Conservative), barrister Steven Woolfe (UKIP), and magistrate Roy Warren (Independent).
The results were expected to be announced at around 2pm.
M.E.N. readers took to Twitter to share their experiences of empty polling stations around the region.
One man - a caretaker at a polling station - reported seeing just four voters arrive during the whole morning.
Reader Robin Usher said he had been the fourth voter when he turned up at Milnrow Cricket Club at 10.15am – more than three hours after the polls opened. Other readers reported eerily quiet polling stations everywhere from Monton in Salford to Buxton in Derbyshire.
Turnout was expected to be significantly higher in Manchester Central – where a parliamentary by-election was also being held yesterday.
The seat was vacated by Labour’s Tony Lloyd so he could stand for the post of PCC.
And voters in the Manchester ward of Ardwick had a THIRD vote, too – with a council by-election on top of the parliamentary and PCC polls.
At St Luke’s church hall in Ardwick, voters reported a distinct lack of queues. Bilal Shafi, 34, said: “Voting is the most important thing in life. This is the only tool we have to make our voices heard.
“There were less people than I expected in the polling station. But it’s a working day, so people might come later on.”

Sunday, November 11, 2012

Mysteries of Muammar Gaddafi's death

First posted on on 22.10.2012 

October 20 marked one year of the death of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. The politician died a horrible death: Gaddafi was first tortured and then executed. Initially, it was claimed that the Colonel had been killed in a shootout. However, after the video of the terrible tortures spread around the world, the version of death in the shootout ceased to exist.

By this date, Human Rights Watch (HRW), an international human rights organization, released new evidence showing that Gaddafi, contrary to the official version, had not been accidentally wounded in a shootout. The newly released data shows that he was tortured by rebels. Afterwards, they killed his son Mutassimom and 66 Gadaffi supporters. All the prisoners were subjected to severe tortures before death. The human rights organization published a 50-page report, "Death of a Dictator: Bloody Vengeance in Sirte." The report emphasizes that the Libyan authorities have not kept their promise to investigate the death of Colonel Gaddafi and punish all those responsible for the massacre. HRW accused the Libyan government of harboring war criminals.

The report may damage the reputation of the Libyan authorities in the eyes of the West even further, after the recent assassination of U.S. ambassador, Christopher Stevens. At first, rebels claimed that Gaddafi was hiding in the drainage system and that he was seized there. Then it turned out that he wanted to break out of Sirte with 50 cars of his supporters. NATO forces bombed the column, and Gaddafi and his entourage was captured.

The prisoners were divided. The rebels immediately began to torture Gaddafi. They took his son to Misrata, where he was interrogated and then killed. Other followers of the colonel were placed underneath a concrete wall, where they were beaten and later executed. The rebels shot Mutassim Gaddafi on video. When he was being questioned, he was drinking water and smoking. In the evening, his body with a wound on the throat, which could not be seen on the previous videos, was not shown to people.

HRW interviewed several witnesses of the dictator's captivity, particularly his surviving followers. The human rights activists also studied numerous recordings that the rebels made on their mobile phones and posted on the web. Some of them show the moment, when Gaddafi was captured. Director of Emergency Management HRW Peter Bouckaert is certain that the events that took place a year ago were nothing but a brutal war crime. The execution of prisoners took place without any trial. Under international law, the execution of prisoners of war is a war crime, and the Libyan authorities were obliged to investigate the crime and punish those responsible for it.

Gaddafi was injured; he was bleeding. Instead of providing medical help to the colonel, the rebels began to brutally beat and bayonet him. In one of the videos posted on the Internet by the rebels, one can see Muammar Gaddafi being dragged on the ground. Someone bayonets him in the buttocks. When they finally took him to hospital, the colonel was showing no sign of life, which can be clearly seen on video.

Gaddafi's guards were shot dead at a hotel located nearby. On October 22, 2011 HRW staff found there the remains of 53 people. Most of the victims had their hands tied; they were shot in the back of the head. The human rights organization compared the faces of the dead with the persons who could be seen on videos. They found 17 complete matches. These facts ramshackle the official version that said that the supporters of Gaddafi and himself died in the crossfire.

Human Rights Watch does not see any wish of the Libyan authorities to investigate the events that happened on October 20, 2011 near Sirte, and punish those responsible. HRW even found the names of rebel commanders who gave the order to shoot the prisoners, thus committing a war crime. All the evidence was handed over to the Libyan authorities, but the latter showed no response. This was the basis for disclosing the results of the investigation - the most heinous one during the whole experience of HRW.

However, experts say that even if the government in Tripoli wanted to prosecute the commanders, who ordered to kill the prisoners, it would be hard for them to do it. The central government does not control the situation in many regions. The Attempts to arrest local commanders would lead to new bloodshed. The facts released by HRW can split the Libyan government with key Western states.

It seems that Western "builders of democracy," who supported the Libyan rebels against Colonel Gaddafi, built a strange democracy there. Its quality was questioned during the moment when the Libyans were filmed near Gaddafi's corpse and was shattered after the recent assassination of the U.S. ambassador. To crown it all, numerous reports from the war-torn country say that armed gangs still happily exist in Libya, although they are no longer needed there. Perhaps, the European countries that launched the military operation in Libya, are now more preoccupied with the economic situation in their own countries, rather than with the situation in Libya.

Moreover, Sarkozy, the main supporter of NATO's invasion of Libya, is no longer in power, and France is now not worried much about the situation in Tripoli. NATO's operation against Gaddafi started and ended illegally. It was launched on the base of the corrupted UN Security Council Resolution from 1973. The resolution entitled only to protect civilians - it did not stipulate a combat operation. The end of this operation was also illegal: the extrajudicial murder of the ex-leader of the country.

The brutal murder of Muammar Gadhafi by a crowd of rebels received a predictable response from the US authorities. American officials welcomed the murder. Barack Obama, being a Nobel Peace Prize laureate, was supposed to condemn it, at least for decency. He did not. Law ceases to exist as soon as it interferes with an intention of U.S. authorities to get what they want. The moral responsibility for the murder of Gaddafi lies on the President of France, Nicolas Sarkozy, and on other leaders of NATO members. They warped the essence of the UN resolution and began the bloody war.

The Libyan precedent should be the last in this sense. It is no coincidence that China and Russia did not sanction NATO and the U.S. for the destruction of Syria's. Russia and China did not vote for the resolution, which would formally impose sanctions, but would then be interpreted as the right to kill the Syrian leadership. After all, there is an obvious trend: first - Milosevic, then - Hussein, and then - Gaddafi. None of these politicians attacked the U.S. and Europe.

The first lesson to be learned from the life and death of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi - is that a political leader should not relax. Gaddafi believed that he was on good terms with the West. In addition, he had a strong presence in Africa, serving as the President of the African Union, uniting 53 states.

The second lesson is that a person, who stays in power for a long time, must be very realistic about political situation. Gaddafi could not adequately assess the internal state of affairs. Libya exploded as a result of the Arab Spring that struck Tunisia and Egypt. Gaddafi clearly underestimated the Arab Spring.

The third lesson - Gaddafi had to stop on time. If he had left power about 5 years ago, it would have remained a respected former head of the country. Younger politicians would have visited him for advice and, most importantly, he would have been alive.

Sergei Vasilenko


Saturday, November 03, 2012

The National Front's  Kevin Bryan still attacking NorthWestNationalists - a Griffinite spy ?

Friday, April 06, 2007

No BNP candidates to stand in Rochdale !

So all the 'hoo- haa' from the "best ever Rochdale Organiser" according to himself, and even two BNP meetings in one week, the result is .................nothing !

Not a bloody sausage !

Perhaps, if he had spent half as much time attacking this board and more on organising a BNP unit, things might have been different.

Rochdale has stood nationalist candidates since 1970, almost without a gap !

Perhaps we have got it wrong though.

Is the BNP about holding meetings now, rather than gaining power ?


Anonymous said...
Hey twat! why arnt you standing? If you hate the BNP so much why arnt you standing for the EFP?or even as an independent nationalist.
Check your facts out, there are 4 standing in Rossendale.
We had 2 standing in Rochdale, nomination forms and consent were signed, both dropped out at the last minute.
People cannot be forced to stand
Do you think you will be back in if Jacko wins?
Me thinks not!
NorthWestNationalists said...
Oh dear you are upset !

Should we reveal who this is folks, and put their IP address so there cannot be any mistakes ?

Three guesses as to whom it came from ?
burnley activist said...
Kev Bryan never stood for election years as his wife wouldnt let him ! haha !
Anonymous said...
This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.
NorthWestNationalists said...
Rossendale is about 8 miles from Rochdale, a totally seperate area and it is totally rural, no foreigners.
Anonymous said...
Is he from nottingham area ?
Anonymous said...
Vote Kev Bryan vote hey twat !
NorthWestNationalists said...
Silly drunken Kevin Bryan is still sending hate mail to this blog. Kevin stack shelves again that is all you are good for. You have crossed the line by supporting attacks on my wife !

Anyone who votes for you must be mad.
ken searchlight kelly said...
Duh !

Was it fat Kev himself who put the C18 stickers up near to the Riflemans pub where boozer Kev Bryan drinks ?

An arrest is imminent, according to the plod.
NorthWestNationalists said...
Ken Kelly is well known to Searchlight for gun running.

He firebombed a Church in Rochdale in the 80's and served time.

He got Pete Brawley a BM NW regional organiser, a SIX year sentence for firearms.

He supplied Tony Reed Herbert the guns for the ITV programme GUNS TO THE RIGHT. Ray Hill mentions a Rochdale member but NOT Ken Kelly. WHY ?

Kelly supplied the gun that murdered a young lad in the infamous 'Baitings Dam murder' that was on CRIMEWATCH on two occasions.

The police know all this.

So why has the Rochdale BNP Organisers best mate, Ken Kelly, never had his collar felt ?

And more to the point .........Kev Bryan knows all this, but still allows Kelly to attend meetings ?
Anonymous said...
Yeh, but Ken Kelly is Kevs mate !
Anonymous said...
kinky kev should not really be calling hey twat to PB.

bryan is a fat 8888(censored)

5-1 Barker to win !

NWN : We are going to allow this post !

Ex-Rochdale children's services boss 'too ill' to attend select committee hearing on sex grooming scandal - Rochdale

Senior council officers who ran services for vulnerable children in a town hit by a sex-grooming scandal are to be grilled by MPs in Parliament – but the man who led Rochdale's children's social services has said he is 'too-ill' to attend.
Steve Garner was due to appear before the House of Commons Home Affairs Select Committee on Tuesday to explain why his team repeatedly ignored cries for help from young girls who were being sexually exploited by a gang of older men.
The council's current chief executive Jim Taylor and former head Roger Ellis, will both appear before the committee on Tuesday despite Mr Garner's absence.
Rochdale council has told the committee's chairman Keith Vaz MP that Mr Garner won't be able to attend because of ill-health.
All three men were given notice to appear before the committee in October after a damning report revealed that the council's children's social services department were repeatedly told that girls as young as 13 were being groomed for sex, but failed to intervene because staff considered them to be old enough to make their own decisions.
Nine men were jailed in May this year for abusing five girls.
Last month another nine were charged in connection with the alleged sexual abuse of a girl in Rochdale.
A spokesperson for the Home Affairs Committee said they had invited Mr Garner to attend Tuesday's hearing through Rochdale council, where he was employed until Wednesday this week.
Officials told the committee Mr Garner was unable to attend because of 'ill-health'.
If Mr Garner fails to attend Tuesday's hearing the committee could chose to question him informally over the telephone, invite him to appear at a later date, or issue a summons for him to appear.
MP Simon Danczuk said Mr Garner's expected no-show would deny victims the right to know why the council failed to intervene sooner.
He added: "The victims rightly want answers and they deserve to know who set a culture at Rochdale council that dismissed girls who were being abused as ‘making lifestyle choices’.
"Until someone from senior management is willing to grasp the nettle and confront this question, I think the public will understandably feel there is something rotten at the heart of our council.
"If we’re going to rebuild social services so the public has faith in the council’s ability to protect vulnerable people we need to face up to what went wrong.
"That means people like Mr Garner should not be wriggling off the hook and sneaking away without facing up to their role in this scandal."
A council spokesperson said: "Arrangements for witnesses to give evidence to select committees are a matter for the committee and the individual concerned.
"It would not be appropriate for the council to make any comment."
Jim Taylor, the council's current chief executive, started in May this year after leaving his job as director of children's services for Tameside council.
He has said publicly that he 'deeply regrets' the council's past failings and said that changes have been made to ensure the same mistakes are not repeated.
He also said that council's own internal report into its failings, which is yet to be published, has to satisfy him that enough is being done to change the culture that led to scandal.
Mr Taylor was not employed by Rochdale council during the time the abuses took place.
Roger Ellis, the council's chief executive between 2000 and 2012.
It was under his watch that the Rochdale Safeguarding Children Board report said girls told the council and police they were being exploited, but were not helped.
Since retiring in March this year, he has not spoken publicly about the issue, but will on Tuesday when he is due to appear before the Home Affairs Select Committee.
Steve Garner, the council's former service director of targeted services, was head of children's social services between 2009 and October this year.
He quit a week after the Rochdale Borough Safeguarding Children's Board (RBSCB) released its damning report into his department's failure to act to stop young girls being sexually abused.
In an email to staff on October 4 he said he was leaving to 'pursue new opportunities'
He added 'it was the right time to move on'.
We'll have live updates from the Commons select committee hearing on Wednesday 

Newsnight claims 'leading Tory from Thatcher years was part of paedophile ring

...was part of paedophile ring who raped boys at Welsh children's home'... but BBC sparks new fury by failing to NAME 'shadowy' politician

  • Alleged abuse victim Steven Messham told Newsnight he was raped more than a dozen times
  • Editor of the London-based Bureau of Investigative Journalism, Iain Overton, had claimed on Twitter that Newsnight would name him
  • The tweet prompted furious speculation online about the identity of the alleged paedophile, who is still alive
  • But Newsnight said there was 'not enough evidence' to reveal the identity of the man it has accused

BBC's Newsnight has sensationally claimed that a 'leading politician from the Thatcher years' was embroiled in a widespread paedophile ring - and repeatedly raped boys from a children's home.
Alleged victim Steven Messham told reporters he was raped 'more than a dozen times' by the man, described on the programme as a 'shadowy figure of high public standing'.
But despite a string of damning allegations, Newsnight reporters said it didn't have 'enough evidence' to name the politician, sparking angry claims on Twitter that the Beeb 'bottled it'.
The revelation came just hours after MPs suggested the Corporation aired the controversial programme to act as a 'smokescreen' after it failed to broadcast allegations that Jimmy Savile was a paedophile last year.
Alleged victim: Steven Messham accused a senior Tory politician from the Thatcher years of being involved in a widespread paedophile ring
Alleged victim: Steven Messham accused a senior Tory politician from the Thatcher years of being involved in a widespread paedophile ring
Scoop: Newsnight, presented by Jeremy Paxman, failed to reveal the man's identity and the BBC has so far refused to comment
Scoop: Newsnight, presented by Jeremy Paxman, failed to reveal the man's identity and the BBC has so far refused to comment
Mr Messham, now 49, was one of hundreds of children horrifically abused in children's homes in North Wales during the 1970s and 1980s.
He lived at the now closed Bryn Estyn boys home, Wrexham during the 1970s.
Allegations of abuse at the homes began to emerge in the 1990s and the Waterhouse Inquiry Report in 2000 looked into the claims.

Mr Messham said he made his allegations to the Waterhouse Inquiry into child abuse before it reported in 2000, but claims they were ignored.
Speaking of the abuse he claims he suffered, Mr Messham said 'various things would happen' at the hands of a senior Tory politician and he was 'basically raped'.
He recalled: 'You were taken by car, where basically you were sexually abused. Various things would happen, drink would be involved, it was basically rape. But it wasn't just him, there be other people involved as well.'
He told the programme: 'Cars would pull up outside the home and you were taken.‘There would be a Porsche, there would be a Jag, there were all sorts of cars, and you were basically taken.'
The former Bryn Estyn boys home, Wrexham
Steven Messham lived at the now closed Bryn Estyn boys home, Wrexham (pictured) during the 1970s
He went on: 'In the home it was the standard abuse which was violent and sexual. Outside it was like you were sold, we were taken to the Crest Hotel in Wrexham, mainly on Sunday nights, where they would rent rooms.
'One particular night that I always recall is when I was basically raped, tied down, and abused by nine different men.'
As a teenager he said he went to the police and made statements against the senior public figure, but claimed officers told him he was a liar.
A second anonymous alleged victim reported the public figure to police, but was also rebuffed.
He said: 'When I made a statement to the police the police crossed [his name] out and said there was no point.'
Earlier today, a senior Whitehall source expressed dismay at the chaos engulfing the BBC and suggested the corporation was trying to divert attention away from the Savile scandal.
TV presenter Piers Morgan took to Twitter to attack Newsnight host Jeremy Paxman
TV presenter Piers Morgan took to Twitter to attack Newsnight host Jeremy Paxman
Newsnight viewers took to Twitter to vent their anger at the BBC for not naming the alleged paedophile
Newsnight viewers took to Twitter to vent their anger at the BBC for not naming the alleged paedophile
He said: 'This looks like they are trying to create a smokescreen to divert attention away from what happened with the Savile programme. That is disgraceful.'


During the 1970s and 1980s almost 40 children's homes in North Wales were the scene of horrific child abuse in which youngsters were raped and abused by the very people who were paid to look after them.

In the early 1990s, allegations of the abuse started to surface and in March 1994 Clwyd County Council commissioned an independent inquiry into claims of widespread abuse across North Wales.
The tribunal, led by Sir Ronald Waterhouse, heard evidence from more than 650 people who had been in care from 1974 and took almost three years to publish its report.
Counsel for the inquiry mentioned the existence of a shadowy figure of high public standing, but said that there was no substantial evidence to support the allegations.
Tory MP Rob Wilson said: 'The danger is that the people at the BBC think that after not running the Jimmy Savile paedophile programme that they need to be more editorially robust and muscular.
'But if that is what is behind this, it is absolutely crazy. Now if they don't screen this programme, it will look leave horrible rumours circulating on the Internet about innocent people.'
Before the programme started the editor of the London-based Bureau of Investigative Journalism, Iain Overton, mysteriously tweeted that a 'senior political figure' was to be outed as a child-abuser on Newsnight.
However, the programme said at the end of tonight's report that there was 'not enough evidence' to name him. Following the end of Newsnight, the BBC refused to comment.
However MailOnline understands the investigation about the unnamed man, who is alive, is being looked at by the BBC's legal team.
Immediately after, viewers expressed their anger that the BBC failed to name the suspect on micro-blogging site Twitter.
Referring to presenter Jeremy Paxman, Piers Morgan ‏tweeted: 'So #Newsnight bottled it again tonight re exposing a paedophile? And they have the gall to mock tabloids? Grow a pair, Paxo.'
Another tweeter, Brixtonite, said: 'Incredibly irresponsible of #Newsnight to suggest they were going to reveal name of paedophile then not do so. Speculation & gossip now rife.
'I don't, and I don't want to know about rumours. I want Newsnight to do decent thing and take what they know to police.'
Claims: Iain Overton earlier claimed that subject to BBC legal approval their investigation would be shown on BBC 2
Claims: Iain Overton earlier claimed that subject to BBC legal approval their investigation would be shown on BBC 2
Explosive: Editor of the London-based Bureau of Investigative Journalism, Iain Overton, revealed the scoop online
Explosive: Editor of the London-based Bureau of Investigative Journalism, Iain Overton, revealed the scoop online
Newsnight took the decision despite Mr Overton's crystal clear message online: 'If all goes well we've got a Newsnight out tonight about a very senior political figure who is a paedophile.'
Following the broadcast, MailOnline approached Mr Overton for a comment, but he was not available. The BBC was also unavailable for comment.
Mr Overton's bureau is a not-for-profit organisation which works with news outlets to publish in-depth investigations. It says it has been working on this project for the BBC.
It piles more pressure on the beleaguered corporation after last month it was revealed Newsnight dumped an investigation into paedophile Sir Jimmy Savile, even though they had interviewed his victims.
It took a ITV documentary to reveal that Savile had carried out decades of abuse involving hundreds of children, some of whom were attacked on BBC premises.
It emerged that Newsnight had carried out its own investigation into the paedophile DJ - including an interview with the same victim in the ITV documentary- nearly a year before.
A BBC team spent six weeks probing allegations that the presenter abused pupils at a school in Surrey, speaking to at least four women who claimed they had been assaulted or knew about events.
Savile is now believed to have been one of the UK's most prolific abusers, with about 300 possible victims but the BBC faces questions about whether they helped cover-up his sexual crimes
Tweets: Channel Four political correspondent Michael Crick says he has spoken to the man at the centre of the allegations, who has denied he is a paedophile and said that he will sue if Newsnight go ahead with the film
Tweets: Channel Four political correspondent Michael Crick says he has spoken to the man at the centre of the allegations, who has denied he is a paedophile and said that he will sue if Newsnight go ahead with the film
But the report was shelved at the last minute at the request of the programme's editor Peter Rippon. It was not until last month that the BBC aired its own investigation into the scandal, on Panorama.
It covered both Savile's crimes and the Corporation's reaction. Mr Rippon stood aside from his role at Newsnight after the BBC said his explanation for shelving the story was 'inaccurate or incomplete'.
The corporation's director general George Entwistle was hauled before a select committee last week to explain why and how it happened.


Iain Overton's tweet that he was helping Newsnight unmask a 'senior political figure' as a paedophile sent the internet wild with speculation about who this abuser might be.
But ever since his tweet at around 10am on Friday the BBC has refused to admit that his investigation even exists let alone whether they would broadcast it.
Mr Overton is managing editor of the Bureau of Investigative Journalism, an organisation gaining a reputation for big scoops since it was formed at London's City University in April 2010. It boasts that it has helped produce stories that led to 47 front pages in the national press in that time.
Its website says: 'Our team of journalists bolsters original news by producing high-quality investigations for press and broadcast media with the aim of educating the public and the media on both the realities of today’s world and the value of honest reporting.'
Mr Overton was a commissioning executive at ITN and then a senior producer at the BBC before taking his current role.
Investigations he has worked on in the past two years include an exposé on 'counterfeit pharmaceuticals, corporate killings in Iraq, human rights abuses by the Brazilian police and Glasgow gang-land murders linked to security contracts,' he says on his website.
He has won one Peabody Award, two Amnesty International Awards, a OneWorld Award, a Prix Circom, a BAFTA Scotland and 3 RTS nominations.
MailOnline has tried to contact Mr Overton but he has been unavailable for comment.
He denied that the broadcaster helped cover up allegations that Savile preyed on women.
And now there are huge doubts about whether this latest investigation into the mystery political figure will be broadcast.
Channel Four political correspondent Michael Crick says he has spoken to the man at the centre of the allegations, who denied that he was a paedophile and said he would sue if Newsnight broadcasts anything on him tonight.
He also added that the man said he had not been approached for a comment by the BBC, despite it being earmarked for tonight's Newsnight.
The Metropolitan Police have told MailOnline they have not been handed anything on the subject of the investigation.
The row comes after Labour MP Tom Watson shocked the Commons last month by alleging there was ‘clear intelligence’ linking a former Number 10 aide with a notorious group of sex offenders.
He has compiled a dossier allegations for the Metropolitan Police, which is currently dealing with hundreds of allegations of abuse against Jimmy Savile.
But it is unclear if this is linked to the Newsnight investigation.
Mr Watson suggested a Number 10 insider was named in files connected to the conviction of a child porn smuggler in the early 1990s.
He told the Commons: ‘The evidence used to convict paedophile Peter Righton, if it still exists, contains clear intelligence of a widespread paedophile ring.
‘One of its members boasts of his links to a senior aide of a former prime minister who says he could smuggle indecent images of children from abroad.
‘The leads were not followed up, but if the file still exists I want to ensure that the Metropolitan Police secure the evidence, re-examine it and investigate clear intelligence suggesting a powerful paedophile network linked to Parliament and No 10.’
Mr Cameron said Mr Watson ‘raises a very difficult and complex case’ and he was ‘not entirely sure which former prime minister he is referring to’.

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NWN: The name of this cad is all over the internet.Being who it is, this is likely to really hurt people like Thatcher and warmonger 'little Willie'. Good !  Apparently, the guy they won't name is Lord McAlpine of the building company.

There are many names floating around at the moment, and it all seems to be reminiscent of the recent Belgium paedophile establishment scandal.

As the Chinese philosopher once said, and John Tyndall oft quoted...."May you live in interesting times!"

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