As someone who’s interested in current affairs and politics I like to keep my ear to the ground. This unfortunately means that I end up listening to a lot of dog shit.
Yesterday, in my local library, I read my way through as many as ‘a few’ of the more obscure journals and news titles out there and, after literally ‘minutes’ of unstinting scissor-work, have come up with nine news-stories, which you will probably have missed, concerning the ‘disgusting noncing depredations of sick pervy child-perverting sicko paedos‘ (Journal of Periodontology Volume: 86, Number: 12).
Paedos using adult porn to satisfy sick cravings – shocker
The Bootle Champion, 17 February 2015
A paedophile has been convicted for the possession of pornographic images and films involving adult actors.
Paedophile, Terry Robinson, previously convicted for child pornography offences, has been sentenced to five years imprisonment after his computer was found to contain over 15 megabytes of films and images depicting adults engaged in a variety of sexual acts with each other.
Under police interrogation Robinson admitted that he would occasionally masturbate to this material whilst imagining what the actors may have looked like when children.
Mrs Betty Forceps of the NSPCC said “this is a disturbing development. Paedophiles are devising ever-more devious ways of concealing their evil activities. For all we know, a man walking past a woman in the street could be a paedophile in disguise, deriving some perverted pleasure from imagining what she looked like when she was 15. Something must be done.”
Anti-paedo screens for St John-Stevas Primary school
The Slough Monthly Advertiser, 29 January 2106
Mrs Betty Forceps, head of governors at St John-Stevas Primary school, said “In view of the sky-rocketing of incidences of paedophilia and Jimmy Saville, the governors have decided to install screens over the railings which separate the upper-school playground from the adjacent motorway. Without these screens any passing paedophile is able to observe our pupils from his car, and that is a risk we’re not prepared to expose our children to.”
Court rules against vile paedos by closing down sick bestiality loop-hole
The Bootle Champion, 27 October 2015
Paedophile, Terry Robinson, previously convicted for child pornography offences, has been sentenced to five years after his computer was found to contain over 15 MG of films and images depicting underage dogs and cats apparently engaged in ‘play’ during which their genitals were frequently exposed to view.
Robinson, who, under police interrogation, admitted to finding puppies and kittens ‘cute’, has also been banned for life from owning a cat or a dog, and can not approach a domesticated mammal unless its owner is present.
Mrs Betty Forceps of the NSPCC said “This is a disturbing development. Paedophiles are seeking to exploit any loop-hole in the law in order to practice their sick desires. All pet owners will be relieved that the courts have acted and that something has been done.”
Mr Beadas Fish of the RSPCA said “All pet owners will be relieved that the courts have acted and something has been done. Paedophiles are seeking to exploit any loop-hole in the law in order to practice their sick desires. This is a disturbing development.”
Mrs Forceps went on to voice her concern that this kind of material is widely available on internet sites aimed at children – as did Mr Fish of the RSPCA.
Historic Abuse Child Sex Pest gets his comeuppance after 50 years of harbouring guilty secret
The Western Gazette, 03 March 2016
Paediatric oncologist Harold Barnes, aged 64, must have have been rubbing his hands with glee, thinking how he’d evaded justice for fifty years.
That is until burglars, during a break-in at his home in leafy Brynterfel Avenue, Yeovil, opened up a locked box and were disturbed to find a stash of ‘love’ letters detailing his sick paedo sex abuse of an underage girl fifty years previously:
In one letter his victim writes to Barnes:
“I’d been hoping all evening that you would hold me and kiss me, and when you did I was in heaven… When I got home that night I could not sleep for the thought of your lips against mine. The bracelet is beautiful but, in truth, your kiss was by far my best 15th birthday-present because it made me, for the first time in my life, wish I were a woman and not a child.”
In another letter she wrote:
“You’re such a gentleman, Harry. I shouldn’t have laughed like that when you apologised. You see – I’ve been longing for you to touch me and hold me there.”
It became clear during the trial that the child had been referring to her breasts in that letter.
In another letter she wrote:
“I don’t care about the differences in our ages – I am ready to wait for you.”
Judge Mather-Geoffries said in his summing up “If, when it comes to questions of sexual abuse, the law acknowledges no difference between a 15-year-old and a 15-month-old child, then why should we expect a paedophile to do so? With paedophilia there is no ‘slippery slope’ but rather a ‘sheer cliff’. A man willing to abuse a 15-year-old can not be trusted around children of any age. Only your otherwise unblemished criminal record and your achievements in combating childhood cancer have spared you a spell in prison.”
Barnes, ‘devoted’ grandfather to two grandchildren aged 2 and 3, has been placed on the sex offender register and forbidden all contact with children, including his grandchildren. The pioneering programme of research he has been spearheading at the CCRI (Children’s Cancer Research Institute) is to be discontinued.
Judge Mather-Geoffries went on to commend the vigilance and the sense of civic responsibility of the burglars who’d found the letters and anonymously handed them over to the police.
His victim, Mrs Marjorie Barnes, aged 65, also of Brynterfel Avenue, Yeovil, is undergoing post-trial psychological evaluation and is likely to require prolonged counselling and therapy with a trauma specialist as a result of the abuse she suffered fifty years ago at Harold Barnes’s hands.
Vicar speaks out in favour of new child protection legislation
Cambridge Evening News, 18 March 2008
The rev William Mellor, vicar of Upper Gidding, Cambridgeshire, yesterday spoke out in favour of the bill currently passing through parliament, which proposes to increase the supervisory powers of courts in the cases of repeat sex offenders.
Top Scientist confirms that paedos DO look like paedos
American Sociological Review, May 2014
Research conducted by a top scientist, Professor Jamie Carton, has confirmed that there is such a thing as the ‘paedo look’.
Professor Carton, who studies paedophiles convicted of sexual offences, has collated an extensive archive of photographs taken from newspaper reports concerning paedophiles and child abuse.
By comparing these with a control group of photos accompanying news-stories and adverts unrelated to paedophilia or child abuse, he has been able to demonstrate that paedos display a set of facial characteristics which distinguish them from ordinary people and which amount to a distinct ‘paedo look’.
Moreover, by comparing photographs of celebrities before and after they became paedophiles Professor Carton has concluded that becoming a paedophile also entails a degradation in the person’s appearance.
Rolf Harris before he became a paedo (left) and after (right)
Sir Jimmy Saville before he became a paedo (left) and after (right)
Michael Jackson before he became a paedo (left) and after (right)
Stuart Hall before he became a paedo (left) and after (right)
Professor Carton, who has been described as ‘handsome’, suggested that the strong correllation that his research had uncovered between looking like a paedophile and being a paedophile could be useful in helping law enforcement agencies and vigilante groups to pre-emptively forestall acts of paedophilia.
He also added that, despite his findings, people should not assume that someone must be a paedophile simply because they are ugly:
“God knows, it must be dreadful enough looking like that without, on top of it, everyone thinking you’re a kiddie-fiddler. ”
New resident’s dream turns into nightmare when her new neighbourhood Proves to be paedo hot-spot
The Pickering Gazette & Herald, 6 October 2014
Mrs Betty Forceps thought she’d finally found her dream-home when, last week, she moved into her new bungalow in leafy Heathfield Grove.
But her dream soon turned into a nightmare when, one afternoon, she noticed a strange man in the street outside her house, engaging her neighbour’s child in conversation, and offering her sweets from a paper bag.
Mrs Forceps immediately called the police and kept watch on the man through her lace curtains. The police arrived soon after to find the man still in conversation with the child. He was duly cautioned and arrested.
Under questioning the man turned out to be Mr Alex Woodward, a small-business man and the child’s father. Woodward had that afternoon returned home from a two-week business trip abroad.
The police commended Mrs Betty Forceps for her vigilance.
The case is due to come before the courts on Monday the 12th.
Sick perverts force Doctors to change their name
The Lancet, August 2015
Over the past decade statistics have shown a steady increase in assaults on doctors. Whilst most incidents involve doctors working in A&E, the greatest increase has been against doctors specialising in childhood conditions and illnesses.
This is thought to be explained by some people confusing the word ‘paediatrician’ with the word ‘paedophile’.
“It’s happening more and more often.” Dr Hamza Malik says “I’ve had parents who, on finding out that I am a ‘paediatrician’, have refused to let me see their child and who have become quite abusive and threatening.”
“One, of course, tries to calm things down and clear up the misconception but generally doing so only makes things worse since that is usually interpreted as typical paedophile behaviour: employing deception and lies in order to gain access to children. When this happens, referring the family to a female colleague can occasionally help matters, but usually it’s best to discreetly contact the police and hope they arrive before the situation gets out of hand.”
Last year, in a particularly unpleasant incident, the parents of a child recently diagnosed with leukemia held Doctor Malik prisoner in his own surgery whilst they contacted the police, asking them to arrest him on the grounds that he was a ‘paediatrician’. When two police officers arrived and refused to arrest Doctor Malik the parents became violent, assaulting one of the police officers, as well as Doctor Malik and the surgery’s receptionist.
Doctor Malik added “I understand that in view of the sky-rocketing of incidences of paedophilia and Jimmy Saville, that people are concerned. I don’t blame the parents for this – I blame the paedophiles.”
Things have got to the point where paediatricians are having to remove name-plates from outside their practices and lie about their specialisation.
The British Paediatric Association are considering whether to change the name of their profession from ‘paediatrician’ to some alternative, such as ‘kindertrician’ or ‘infantrician’.
The words ‘paediatrician’ and ‘paedophile’ both come from ‘paidos’, the Greek word for ‘child’. However the Greek word ‘- iatrician’ means ‘doctor’ whilst the word ‘-phile’ means ‘abuser’ or ‘hater of’.
Art Gallery Pondering Implementation of New Child Abuse Imagery Laws
The Daily Heil, 21 July 2013
The trustees of the National Gallery have been working out how best to implement the new child protection laws, which extend their scope to cover cultural artefacts previously protected by a privileged status which left them exempt from obscenity laws.
This law addresses a loop-hole which has meant that paintings and sculptures which, if produced today, would be condemned as child pornography, are openly on display in galleries and museums throughout the length of this land where children can view them.
A spokesman for the gallery said “we understand that in view of the sky-rocketing of incidences of paedophilia and Jimmy Saville, that people are concerned, but the situation at the moment is a bit of a nightmare – there are no clear guidelines. We could find ourselves in a position where we are obliged to put masterpieces such as Caravaggio’s ‘Cupid Triumphant‘ into the incinerator.”
One option that has been considered is to place some kind of ‘cache-sexe’, such as a fig leaf, over the parts concerned. This would be non-permanent, allowing scholars and experts to inspect the entire art work if necessary.
However District Judge Elizabeth Roscoe, who has been spearheading this new legislation, has advised museums and galleries that using non-permanent fig-leaves would ‘go against the spirit of the new laws and would involve us in bequeathing degenerate art to future generations who may not be as enlightened on such questions as we are today.’
Another option the Trustees are considering is to store the obscene art works in a special, locked room from which children will be excluded and to which only adults who have passed a rigorous CRB check, and who have valid grounds for looking at such work, will be allowed supervised access.
However there are understandable fears that such a system would not prevent non-convicted paedophiles, whose offences have yet to come to light, accessing these works.
Rumours that some trustees, in order to prevent works of art being destroyed, favour selling, or even donating, parts of the gallery’s collection to countries with laxer laws, were quashed by the National Gallery spokesman:
“The trustees are 100% behind the new laws and we wish to implement them as effectively as possible. It would go against the spirit of the law to hand over such art works to countries with more permissive laws on child abuse imagery and would simply be exporting the problem.”
District Judge Elizabeth Roscoe, speaking to the press added:
“Why should a white, over-educated, middle-class, middle-aged elite, the demographic which visits galleries, be exempt from laws concerning child abuse images? If some of these paintings were photographs or films there would be no doubt about their status as child pornography. When they were created people, of course, didn’t know the extent to which child nudity and images of child abuse are harmful and dangerous. We know better now and we must act to protect both present and future generations.”
District Judge Elizabeth Roscoe has a history of bravely facing down the paedo menace, most notably when, despite admitting that she was ‘no judge of art or artistic merit’, she ordered the destruction of paintings by sick paedo artist Graham Ovenden.
A provisional list of paintings concerned has been drawn up by Judge Elizabeth Roscoe in collaboration with the gallery, a list which includes the following famous paintings: