Monday, July 28, 2014

'Lessons must be learned' from diabetic former soldier, who died after benefits sanction

Lessons must be learned” from the death of a Stevenage diabetic who could not afford electricity to
keep his insulin cool after his benefits were stopped.
One year ago on Sunday (July 20), former soldier David Clapson died aged 59 at his home in Hillside from fatal diabetic keto-acidosis, which the NHS calls “a dangerous complication of diabetes caused by a lack of insulin.”
His jobseeker’s allowance of approximately £70 a week – on which his family says he was reliant – had been suspended three weeks before on June 28, for missing meetings.
According to his family, Mr Clapson was found “alone, penniless and starving” a short distance from a pile of printed CVs, with nothing to his name but £3.44, six tea bags, a tin of soup and an out-of-date tin of sardines.
The coroner found that David – a former BT engineer of 16 years, who had served two years in Northern Ireland with the Royal Corps of Signals during The Troubles – had nothing in his stomach when he died.
Now his sister, Gill Thompson, says “lessons must be learned” by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) before vulnerable benefit claimants are sanctioned in future.
She said: “I rang him regularly to check on him and so did friends, but because he was such a quiet and private person neither family nor friends knew just how bad it was.
“Apparently the DWP rely on information from the claimant, support workers or medical professionals to understand the level of vulnerability.
“Should his severe condition not been taken into consideration when issuing this sanctions? Should someone have checked his file?”
In a letter sent by the DWP regarding the case, head of benefit centres – Claire McGuckin – said “I am confident that the correct procedures were followed for the administration of benefit.”
Gill said: “I am disgusted with the DWP response and now feel I should make this more public.
“David should have been helped by health professionals not persecuted by the authorities. He was not a scrounger but wouldn’t seek help. He needed true professional and clinical support which never came.
“The authorities should have been more willing to understand and help a vulnerable adult before they die.
“The signs were there and lessons must be learned to ensure cases like this are truly eliminated from a fair society.”
A spokesman for the DWP said: “Our sympathy is with Mr Clapson’s family.
“Our advisers work closely with claimants to support them into work, and if someone is in a vulnerable situation we take that into account if they tell us.
“Sanctions are only used as a last resort when claimants fail to do everything they can in return for benefits, however hardship payments are available so they can continue to meet their basic needs.”

Sunday, July 27, 2014

Nick Griffin’s legacy is one of failure and incompetence

The BNP may have imploded but the fact it achieved such an electoral foothold is a warning to the main parties
Nick Griffin
'The BNP failed to attract any significant support beyond its base of older white men with low levels of education.' 
In the early hours of 8 June 2009, as Nick Griffin was celebrating his election as an MEP for the north-west, a senior figure in the Labour party phoned and offered this assessment: “We missed our chance. The BNP has now entered the body politic and we will be living with the consequences for years to come.” But fast forward five years and that prediction has proved unfounded. This week, Griffin was ousted as leader, as the party he turned into the most successful far-right organisation in the UK’s history continues to implode.
In June 2009, the BNP had almost 60 councillors, two MEPs and, perhaps more importantly, a series of strongholds across England. Griffin’s failure to translate this position into the feared permanent political presence in the UK is his enduring legacy.
Despite a potentially favourable climate for the far right – recession, cuts to local services, toxic rhetoric around immigration in the media and widespread disillusion with mainstream politics – Griffin’s BNP has been all but wiped out, stumbling from one crisis to another and culminating in his decision this week to “step aside”.
Vicious infighting has been fuelled by allegations of corruption and incompetence, and scores of key organisers have left. Fundamentally, the party failed to attract any significant support beyond its base of older white men with low levels of education.
This did not happen by accident. Alongside the shortcomings within the BNP, there was a concerted and often tireless campaign across the country that took on the party, exposing its lies and racism. As mainstream political leaders too often focused on swing seats they hoped would win the next election, local communities in BNP strongholds came together with churches, mosques and trade unions to offer a different analysis of people’s problems.
Far-right politics in the UK is now fractured. Several small groups that few people have heard of fight among themselves. The BNP will continue to rumble on in one form or another, the dwindling factions will continue to squabble and Griffin may even make another tilt at the leadership. But fewer and fewer people will take any notice.
Griffin’s legacy is one of failure and incompetence. But the fact the BNP achieved a significant electoral foothold before imploding should serve as a stark warning to mainstream politicians who too often take large swaths of the electorate for granted.

Monday, July 21, 2014

The traitor Nick Griffin steps down ?

Griffin has stepped down from being BNP leader. We will of course elaborate more when we get more detail. Maybe he is off to his Croatian bolthole having permanently destroyed the BNP, as he did with the NF in the late 1980's.

Sunday, July 20, 2014

Lord Janner hoisted on his own petard!

Janner said...

"Nazi criminal John Demjanjuk deserves no sympathy

The trial of the Nazi death camp guard shows why we must continue to strive for justice on behalf of the Holocaust’s victims."...

By Greville Janner

1:37PM BST 13 May 2011

"There were some who felt a pang of pity for John Demjanjuk yesterday, after he was found guilty for crimes committed during the Holocaust. He is, after all, now a very old man. Ill health restricted him to his wheelchair throughout his trial, as he sat silently behind dark glasses. At times it felt hard to connect this frail figure before a Munich court with the heinous crimes that were being detailed.

But we should waste no misplaced sympathy on a man who spent so many of the final years of his long life evading justice; we should instead save our sympathy for the 28,060 innocent men, women and children, robbed of their years by Demjanjuk and by his murdering cohorts.

Sobibor, where Demjanjuk was a guard, was a place of still more wanton barbarity. It was a camp dedicated solely to human extermination, in which at least 200,000 people were murdered in gas chambers. Although it operated for less than a year, from April 1942 when experiments in industrial murder first took place until October 1943, this bleak camp on the eastern fringes of Nazi-occupied Poland remains infamous as a vile place of unimaginable cruelty and evil.

Demjanjuk’s trial confirmed an important principle: that when it comes to murder, rank is irrelevant. The old defence used at the Nuremberg trials was “Befhel ist Behfhel”, or “orders are orders”. But in Nuremberg – and now in Munich – it has been demonstrated that this can never be a defence to murder.

Yet while the guilty verdict is welcome, Demjanjuk’s release pending an appeal will distress many survivors, who felt that justice could only be served if he spent his final years in prison. Now it seems that he may die a free man as well as an old man – a fact which will haunt those whose relatives, of whatever age, were murdered in Sobibor.

There have been suggestions that this will represent the end of successful Nazi war crime trials. There is no reason why this should be so. There is compelling evidence that numerous evil individuals remain at liberty in Europe, despite having committed appalling crimes during the Holocaust. It strikes me as both absurd and offensive that we should fail to strive for justice on behalf of the Holocaust’s victims because of legal complexities and reluctance to try ageing suspects. Such attitudes betray a profound lack of perspective, a view which relegates victims to historical inconvenience. Those thousands, murdered in cold blood, were people like you and me – and their voices demand to be heard.

If John Demjanjuk were to serve his full sentence, it would represent just one day in prison for every 15 people he helped to murder. Sadly, he may never serve even this derisory term of incarceration.

The names of some of those victims were read out during the trial, reminding us that Demjanjuk’s victims were not mere numbers, but were real people with lives, families and aspirations – brutally destroyed by murderers serving an evil ideology. At the conclusion of the trial, the sobs of victims’ families could be heard, representing a powerful mixture of relief and sorrow.

The worst of mankind was exposed during this trial. It should remind us why we must remain relentless in pursuit of justice – and dogged in our fight against the poisonous ideas that perpetuated the Holocaust.

Lord Janner is Chairman of the Holocaust Educational Trust and a former war crimes investigator.


HENRY said; 

Hmm - It seems Lord Janner's sudden-onset dementia is even more sudden than earlier thought.

On June 12 2014, only one month before claiming to have "dementia", Lord Janner allowed his name to be added to a newly formed Lords' committee. His name was passed without reference to dementia or any other precluding condition.

See here

Consolidation etc. Bills Committee

"In accordance with Standing Order 51, that, as proposed by the Committee of Selection, the following Lords be appointed to join with a Committee of the Commons as the Joint Committee on Consolidation etc. Bills:

L Carswell (Chairman), L Christopher, E Dundee, L Eames, V Hanworth, L Janner of Braunstone, B Mallalieu, L Methuen, L Razzall, B Seccombe, L Swinfen, L Tombs;

That the Committee have power to send for persons, papers and records"

NWN: Many thanks to our correspondent HENRY for the above info and links.

Saturday, July 19, 2014

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Police in crime-hit Manchester unveil a rainbow-coloured patrol car in bid to demonstrate its gay-friendly credentials

  • Police car unveiled to help officers combat homophobic hate crime
  • Officers say car, with rainbow lights, is example of 'modern policing'
  • But gay rights group brands it 'tacky', saying it will not help victims
It is a city which has been described by its own police as ‘too dangerous’ to go out in after midnight.
So a few eyebrows were raised yesterday when Greater Manchester Police revealed the latest tool in its crime-fighting armoury: a rainbow-coloured patrol car.
Resplendent with multi-coloured flashing lights instead of the traditional blue, the ‘rainbow car’ is intended to combat homophobic hate crime.
Greater Manchester Police have revealed a new rainbow patrol car, complete with flashing multi-coloured lights, in order to raise awareness of homophobic hate crime
Greater Manchester Police have revealed a new rainbow patrol car, complete with flashing multi-coloured lights, in order to raise awareness of homophobic hate crime

Senior officers rejected criticism that the car, funded by donations from businesses, was patronising or 'tacky', saying instead that it is an example of 'modern policing'
Senior officers rejected criticism that the car, funded by donations from businesses, was patronising or 'tacky', saying instead that it is an example of 'modern policing'
The brand new Hyundai has been condemned as ‘tacky’ by gay rights campaigners.
It will lead the city’s Pride parade in August before being put into operation in suburban areas to raise awareness of homophobic crime.
The car, funded by donations from businesses, will not be sent to hate crime incidents, instead it is intended to reassure victims that police are approachable.
David Allison, of the gay rights group OutRage!, said he doubted whether the ‘rainbow car’ would help victims.
He added: ‘It may be a bit tacky from an aesthetic point of view.
‘At least it will draw attention to a police car in a particular vicinity, so it will heighten visibility which will help deter potential wrongdoers. But I can’t see it going further than that.
‘If it is indicating that police are trying to take the issue more seriously, and this is their PR way of advertising that, then fair enough.
‘But I don’t know how successful they will be - it’s not going to revolutionise the worst parts of Manchester.’
Asked at the launch whether the rainbow-striped car could be viewed as patronising, Sir Peter said: ‘It would be patronising if we weren’t doing a huge amount of other things to work with the gay community and to fight hate crime.
A spokesman for gay rights group OutRage! said he doubted whether the car would help victims, or assist much in clearing up the worst parts of Manchester
A spokesman for gay rights group OutRage! said he doubted whether the car would help victims, or assist much in clearing up the worst parts of Manchester

‘There is a really serious issue we have got (in Greater Manchester) on the level of hate crime and the level of community tensions.
‘It is quite right, in a democratic society, that people can object to things, what changes is when it moves from objection to targeting a particular group or to preaching hatred.’
Greater Manchester’s Police and Crime Commissioner Tony Lloyd said the car was an example of ‘modern policing’.
Ruth Hunt, acting chief executive of gay rights charity Stonewall, said: ‘We welcome any efforts to increase awareness of homophobic hate crime and engage with local communities and we hope that this is a success.’
Earlier this month, GMP’s Police Federation chairman Inspector Ian Hanson said Manchester was not ‘safe’ after midnight because of the amount of alcohol-fuelled violence caused by 24-hour drinking laws.
He said: ‘There are a quarter of a million people coming into the city centre to enjoy themselves every weekend.
‘But at four o’clock in the morning we will have just half a dozen police officers on duty in the city centre, or even as few as four officers, which is beyond belief.’
But his claims were denied by the city centre’s spokesman Councillor Pat Karney, who said: ‘As somebody who lives in the city and is regularly out after midnight, it’s not dangerous.’
NWN: Dear oh dear oh dear ! No surprises here with GMP. They haven't had an half decent Chief of Police since James Anderton. The current idiot Peter Fahy is about as left wing as it is possible to be. He should be on the dole ! Making a 'laughing stock' of the Police.

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

GCHQ's dark arts: Leaked documents reveal online manipulation, Facebook, YouTube snooping

Summary: A fresh set of documents leaked by Edward Snowden show how the UK intelligence agency can manipulate online polls and debates, spread messages, snoop on YouTube and track Facebook users.
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GCHQ in Cheltenham (Image: GCHQ via CNET)
GCHQ has developed a toolkit of software programs used to manipulate online traffic, infiltrate users' computers and spread select messages across social media sites including Facebook and YouTube.

The UK spy agency's dark arts were revealed in documents first published by The Intercept, and each piece of software is described in a wiki document written up by GCHQ's Joint Threat Research Intelligence Group (JTRIG). The document, which reads like a software inventory, calls the tools part of the agency's "weaponised capability."
Some of the most interesting capabilities of the tools on the list include the ability to seed the web with false information — such as tweaking the results of online polls — inflating pageview counts, censoring video content deemed "extremist" and the use of psychological manipulation on targets — something similar to a research project conducted with Facebook's approval, which resulted in heavy criticism and outrage levied at the social media site.
A number of interesting tools and their short descriptions are below:
  • ASTRAL PROJECTION: Remote GSM secure covert Internet proxy using TOR hidden service
  • POISON ARROW: Safe malware download capability
  • AIRWOLF: YouTube profile, comment and video collection
  • BIRDSTRIKE: Twitter monitoring and profile collection
  • GLASSBACK: Technique of getting a target's IP address by pretending to be a spammer and ringing them. Target does not need to answer.
  • MINIATURE HERO: Active skype capability. Provision of realtime call records (SkypeOut and SkypetoSkype) and bidirectional instant messaging. Also contact lists.
  • PHOTON TORPEDO: A technique to actively grab the IP address of MSN messenger user
  • SPRING-BISHOP: Finding private photos of targets on Facebook
  • BOMB BAY: The capacity to increase website hits, rankings
  • BURLESQUE: The capacity to send spoofed SMS messages
  • GESTATOR: Amplification of a given message, normally video, on popular multimedia websites (YouTube)
  • SCRAPHEAP CHALLENGE: Perfect spoofing of emails from Blackberry targets
  • SUNBLOCK: Ability to deny functionality to send/receive email or view material online
  • SWAMP DONKEY: A tool that will silently locate all predefined types of file and encrypt them on a targets machine
  • UNDERPASS: Change outcome of online polls (previously known as NUBILO).
  • WARPATH: Mass delivery of SMS messages to support an Information Operations campaign.
  • HUSK: Secure one-on-one web based dead-drop messaging platform.
The list, dated from 2012, says that most of the tools are "fully operational, tested and reliable,” and adds: "Don't treat this like a catalogue. If you don't see it here, it doesn't mean we can't build it."
"We only advertise tools here that are either ready to fire or very close to being ready," the document notes.
The release of these documents comes in the same week that the UK intelligence agency's spying activities are being investigated by surveillance watchdog the Investigatory Powers Tribunal (IPT). Civil liberty groups set a legal challenge against the GCHQ in order to question the legal standing of schemes such as Tempora — a project revealed in the NSA scandal that showed the agency placed data interceptors on fiber-optic cables that carry Internet traffic to and from the UK.

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Labour Peer won't face paedophile charges  due to dementia ?

We wonder just who this Labour peer is?

There might be a huge clue in the Daily Mirror as they say this paedophile did 'magic tricks' before he abused small boys.

Also see here;

Tuesday, July 08, 2014

Ex-senior judge Butler-Sloss to head child sex abuse inquiry

Baroness Butler-Sloss Baroness Butler-Sloss: 'We will begin this important work as soon as possible.'
Retired senior judge Elizabeth Butler-Sloss, 80, has been named as the chairman of a wide-ranging review into historical child sex abuse.
Lady Butler-Sloss led the Cleveland child abuse inquiry in the late 1980s.
Mark Sedwill, the Home Office's top civil servant, answering MPs' questions about historical child abuse allegations, said he was determined "to put this right".
"As a citizen, as a parent, I shudder when I think about this," he said.
Mr Sedwill was asked by the Commons Home Affairs Select Committee how his department lost or destroyed 114 files that could have shed light on alleged abuse.
The files were discovered to be missing following a review Mr Sedwill commissioned last year into the Home Office's handling of child abuse allegations between 1979 and 1999. He said the review had found no evidence that they had been removed or destroyed "inappropriately".
Mr Sedwill said the files had been identified as missing after a database of 750,000 files were trawled by an investigator using search terms including "child abuse", "paedophilia" and "PIE", as the Paedophile Information Exchange was known.
Mark Sedwill
Mr Sedwill said he did not know the names of the missing files or how large they were and said he had not looked at the list of missing files. He also said that it would not have been "proper" for the Home Secretary to read the report into how her department had handled the 1980s claims.
Committee chairman Keith Vaz said he would like to have a copy of the list of missing files by Friday.
Baroness Butler-Sloss's broader, independent inquiry, will look at how seriously public bodies and other important institutions have taken their duty of care to protect children from sexual abuse.
'Appalling cases'
The probe aims to address public concern over failings exposed by recent child sex abuse cases involving celebrities such as Jimmy Savile and Rolf Harris.
Mr Sedwill said Lady Butler-Sloss's inquiry would not be pursing individual cases, although she would want to hear cases of that type.
She was determined to "leave no stone unturned", he said, adding that he was sure her report would "be thorough and complete".
Announcing the peer's appointment, Home Secretary Theresa May said: "In recent years we have seen appalling cases of organised and persistent child sex abuse that have exposed serious failings by public bodies and important institutions.
"That is why the government has established an independent panel of experts to consider whether these organisations have taken seriously their duty of care to protect children from sexual abuse."

Former Labour minister Lord Warner: "People in power" targeted children's homes
Baroness Butler-Sloss said: "I'm honoured to have been invited to lead this inquiry - the next step is to appoint the panel and agree the terms of reference. We will begin this important work as soon as possible."
Lady Butler-Sloss was coroner for the inquests into the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, and Dodi Al Fayed until she stepped down in 2007.
Her report on child sex abuse in Cleveland during the 1980s - which had led to more than 100 children being removed from their families - resulted in the Children's Act 1989.
As part of a two-pronged attack on child abuse, Home Secretary Theresa May announced on Monday a separate review, headed by the NSPCC's Peter Wanless, which would focus on concerns the Home Office failed to act on allegations of child sex abuse contained in a dossier handed over in the 1980s by former Tory MP Geoffrey Dickens.
Mr Sedwill told MPs that the Wanless review would be given independent legal advice from Richard Whittam, QC, First Senior Treasury Counsel at the Central Criminal Court.

NWN: Well this should  be a great comfort to Lord Janner and Lord Brittan !  Talk about keeping it in the family. A 'whitewash' is on the cards here.

Monday, July 07, 2014

Brittan raped me, claims woman: Tory grandee denies assault after a blind date in 1967

  • Woman claims Lord Brittan raped her at London home after a date
  • The 74-year-old has strongly denied her allegations and maintains innocence
  • Supporters claim he is the victim of a politically motivated smear campaign
A woman has described how she was allegedly raped by former Cabinet Minister Leon Brittan after a blind date when she was a 19-year-old student.
The woman claims Lord Brittan – then in his late 20s and a rising star in the Conservative Party – raped her at his London home after they went on a date in 1967.
Lord Brittan, who went on to become Home Secretary under Margaret Thatcher, strenuously denies her allegations and has instructed Mishcon de Reya, the former lawyers of Diana, Princess of Wales, to defend him.
A woman has claimed she was raped by former Cabinet Minister Leon Brittan (pictured with his wife) after a blind date when she was a 19-year-old student
A woman has claimed she was raped by former Cabinet Minister Leon Brittan (pictured with his wife) after a blind date when she was a 19-year-old student

The 74-year-old maintained his innocence when he was interviewed under caution by detectives last month – more than a year and half after she first made her bombshell allegations.
His supporters claim that he is the victim of a politically motivated smear campaign and are confident he will clear his name.
His questioning by officers happened weeks after his accuser told her story to a Sunday newspaper.
The woman, now 66 and reported to be a Labour Party member, did not identify Lord Brittan in her interview.
Instead the article referred to her alleged attacker as a future Tory Cabinet Minister who lured her to his flat on a pretence and led to his bedroom ‘like a lamb to the slaughter’.
The accuser, who was referred to in the interview only by the name Jane, said she was ‘struck dumb with terror’ as he attacked her. She claimed: ‘It lasted just a few minutes. But they were long moments in my life.
‘It was dark in the bedroom, and I could not see much. I remember him on top of me being very forceful.’
The woman reported the alleged attack to police in 2012 – 45 years after she claims it happened – when detectives opened an investigation into an alleged VIP paedophile ring involving politicians and dignitaries in the 1970s and 1980s.
But after apparently consulting the Crown Prosecution Service, police told her they had no plans either to arrest or to interview Lord Brittan.
Lord Brittan, who went on to become Home Secretary under Margaret Thatcher, strenuously denies her allegations and has instructed Princess Diana's former lawyers Mishcon de Reya to defend him
Lord Brittan, who went on to become Home Secretary under Margaret Thatcher, strenuously denies her allegations and has instructed Princess Diana's former lawyers Mishcon de Reya to defend him

However, campaigning Labour MP Tom Watson wrote a letter to the Director of Public Prosecutions, Alison Saunders, criticising the police’s decision not to question the peer.
Legal sources said Mr Watson also complained to Met chiefs about the alleged inaction, prompting senior detectives to perform a U-turn and interview Lord Brittan after all.
The alleged attack happened after the accuser moved to London to study at a prestigious college.
It was at a party attended by doctors, lawyers, and aspiring politicians that she was allegedly spotted by Lord Brittan. She claims that the following night, a mutual friend said Lord Brittan was interested in taking her on a blind date.
Jane arranged to meet him outside a Tube station in an upmarket area of London, she claims. She said: ‘He said at that point that he would like to go to collect some records at his flat to take to a friend’s after dinner.
‘So I went along with him. I was very naive. If he had rung and invited me to go round to his flat, that is not something I would have done.’
Jane alleges that she and Lord Brittan walked to the flat in an exclusive mansion block nearby. As he ushered her in, she allegedly noticed him double-locking the door and pocketing the key. She said: ‘I panicked but he was totally calm.
‘As soon as he put his keys in his pocket, I ran to the toilet and locked myself in, and I stayed in there until he became very angry.
Lord Brittan married his wife Diana in 1980 and was made a life peer in 2000. Four years ago, he was appointed trade adviser to the Government after David Cameron said he had 'unrivalled experience'
Lord Brittan married his wife Diana in 1980 and was made a life peer in 2000. Four years ago, he was appointed trade adviser to the Government after David Cameron said he had 'unrivalled experience'

‘And he was banging on the door, and threatening to kick it down. I tried to get out of the window but it had metal bars on it. I was petrified. I was thinking, “What do I do? Would I even get out alive?”
‘Eventually I knew I could not stay in the toilet for ever. Once I came out, he turned me towards the bedroom and walked behind me.’
Jane said she was ‘struck dumb’ with terror. ‘I weighed less than 7st and had no chance of fighting him off. My memory is that I came out like a lamb to the slaughter. I think the state of mind I was in when I came out of the toilet, I just shut down.’
She says Lord Brittan then directed her to his bedroom. ‘All I could smell was the grease in his hair,’ she said. ‘Then he raped me. I cannot even remember whether I undressed, or whether he undressed me.
Police officers may have been gagged

‘I am not certain that I was fully undressed, or whether he simply lifted up my dress before he attacked me. I just remember him on top of me and inside me. It lasted minutes.
‘Afterwards, he brought me a glass of water, and I fell straight to sleep.’  The following morning, Jane left the apartment shortly after her alleged attacker. She claims she agonised over whether to report the attack to the police. ‘It was 1967. Back then nobody believed a young woman when she made such claims,’ she said.
Scotland Yard said the woman originally made a complaint in late 2012 and that her claims are being investigated by officers from the Met’s Sexual Offences, Exploitation and Child Abuse Command. It confirmed that a man in his 70s was ‘interviewed under caution by appointment at a Central London location in connection with the allegation. He was not arrested. Inquiries continue’.
Lord Brittan married wife Diana in 1980 and was made a life peer in 2000. Four years ago, he was appointed trade adviser to the Government after David Cameron said he had ‘unrivalled experience’.
Last night the Met refused to say whether officers had searched any of Lord Brittan’s homes or offices but said a file on the case had not yet been sent to the Crown Prosecution Service. Mishcon de Reya said yesterday that Lord Brittan would be making no immediate comment.
NWN: Here, what's all this about ? 

Zionist jew Lord Leon Brittan prefers young boys according to the long time rumours on the web. A bit like his fellow tribesman and zionist Lord Greville Janner. 
All this could/should, bring down the Government, the Establishment, and the Royal family. 
Have Prince Charles ladies, as supplied by Jimmy Savile, been questioned yet ?

Wednesday, July 02, 2014

Protesters block buses with migrants in California

MURRIETA, Calif. (AP) — Protesters have blocked buses carrying migrants from overcrowded facilities on the Texas border to a Southern California processing center.
Several dozen protesters, some waving U.S. flags and signs denouncing illegal immigration, converged Tuesday outside the Border Patrol facility in Murrieta. The buses finally backed away from the facility. Their destination was not immediately known.
The protesters are upset that 136 migrants — mainly families and children — were flown to San Diego from Texas on Tuesday.
U.S. authorities are trying to deal with tens of thousands of immigrants, many of them unescorted children, who since October have flooded across the U.S. border with Mexico in the Rio Grande Valley.
President Barack Obama has called it a humanitarian crisis.