NSPCC “aware of” the Hampstead case

Great initiative again, Alan!!! THANK YOU!!!


18 thoughts on “NSPCC “aware of” the Hampstead case

  1. It doesnt sound enough, does it?
    Sharing the details with the police who’s case was “investigating ” the case?
    I wonder if they are really ‘ aware’ of the case.
    I am questoning my support to the NSCPP,
    In the case the just help to non VIP victims.

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  2. Ruth (and the NSPCC) are just passing the buck, (responsibility) from what i can tell! Making sure they are not liable. Seems no one ever takes responsibility!!!!! Very crafty and convenient! What about everyone going into the police station (or by phone), over and over and over again to report evidence… one piece at a time? At what point do they all stop passing the buck, who is the last in the line; we may find ourselves at ol Lizzy’s doorsteps pretty quick!

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  3. We know that those inclined to abuse children seek out jobs that allow them to come into (intimate) contact, but has the whole so called ‘protection’ and ‘caring’ network been infiltrated to ensure cover-up?

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    • Answer? ABsolutely! How do you get full cooperation in the media, all enforcement, government, people and orgs who contribute to political campaigns as well as the parties themselves. Even McDonalds and Starbucks (allegedly although I personally say guilty, but that’s just me). Yes, Virginia, there is a Satan (Santa reverses the n & t) and he is alive and well and kicking for little while longer. We are out-gunned, out-numbered, and surrounded on all sides, except for the Grace (Alisa’s middle name on the 24th) of God. But that sounds like a good reason to celebrate for as it was said to Gahazi by Eliijah, upon noting the many chariots surrounding them from the king, Behold, Gahazi, for there are more with us than there are with them. And God opened his eyes and there were flaming chariots all around the mountains. I had to wing that with paraphrase. Sorry.

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  4. Ruth (and the NSPCC) are just passing the buck, from what I can tell, making sure they are not liable. Seems no one ever takes responsibility!!!! Very crafty and convenient! What about everyone going into the police station (or by phone), over and over and over again to report all this evidence…one piece at a time? Record it by video or phone record, (letting them know they are being recorded).

    At what point do they all stop passing the buck, who is the last in the line? Humm, we may find ourselves at ol Lizzy’s doorsteps pretty quick!

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  5. Nice one Alan. The truth is the pressure The Authorities can’t handle. It seems as if they’re flailing around in desperation – just look at the very shoddy 2D(Dearman & Derbyshire) propaganda productions they’re putting out nowadays. Not too mention that spoof: “The Satanic Cult That Wasn’t”.

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  6. Folow the link below to see a comment I left on the Dearman interview with V. Derbyshire, it was removed almost immediately, however, a person named “Mason” took a screenshot of it then that was removed also. I happened to find it on a community page, I don’t know who the page belongs to but I’m glad it was saved.

    I had read Mr. Wrightson’s fantastic letter to the NSPCC in a comment thread on this blog and the response posted on his blog. I wish we could comment on Mr. Wrightson’s blog as well because I think he has done some amazing work over there, but I understand. Anyway, here’s the link:

    And a follow-up comment that remains on the page…”Also, other letters have been written to the Russian Embassy in London asking about their involvement in this case since Mrs. Draper is a Russian national. Their response was that they have attempted to contact the Barnet social services office, whom are in charge of the children’s care, three times and have had no response from them whatsoever. Why is that? Have the BBC contacted the Russian Embassy? It’s easy, here are the contacts if you care about a real investigation http://www.rusemb.org.uk/contact/
    Like · Reply · 13 · April 19 at 9:37pm

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  7. yesterday i was reading back over things, and im sure it was mentioned in the position statement of barnet council after judge mayer had presided over the first case back in september…

    it was mentioned that NSPCC had been contacted numerous times over this already..?

    so they’ve been fully aware since september I think..

    sorry can’t find the link now..


  8. “to receive and asses Child Protection concerns” surely she (‘Ruth Nicholson Grindrod, Assistant Team Manager’) means ‘assess’ or should we regard this as a ‘Freudian slip’?

    Ass: noun (‘asses’ plural)
    a long-eared, slow, patient, sure-footed domesticated mammal, Equus asinus, related to the horse, used chiefly as a beast of burden.
    any wild species of the genus Equus, as the onager.
    a stupid, foolish, or stubborn person.


  9. re. NSPCC we are in upper societal and political echelons. From its 2011/12 report we have this:

    “This year ChildLine celebrates 25 years of helping
    children. Esther Rantzen’s vision a quarter
    of a century ago has now directly counselled
    2.6 million children. HRH The Countess of
    Wessex has worked tirelessly in support of the
    service in her role as ChildLine’s patron and we
    are delighted that, with Her Majesty’s permission,
    Her Royal Highness has consented to become
    President of the NSPCC.”

    (I am sure I don’t need to identify some of the further links here)

    “Peter Thomas Wanless, CB (born September 1964) is an English Chief Executive Officer and former civil servant. Since 2013, he has been the Chief Executive Officer of the NSPCC. In July 2014, he was appointed by the British government to head a review into historical sex abuse claims.”

    “In July 2014, Home Secretary Theresa May announced that he would be leading a review into historical sex abuse claims.[10][11] His report, written with Richard Whittam QC, was published in November 2014. It “found nothing to support a concern that files had been deliberately or systematically removed or destroyed to cover up organised child abuse”, but also said that it was “not possible to say whether files were ever removed or destroyed to cover up or hide allegations of organised or systematic child abuse by particular individuals because of the systems then in place”.[12]” WIKI

    Mr. Peter Wanless served as the Chief Executive of Big Lottery Fund from February 1, 2008 to May 31, 2013. Mr. Wanless was previously at the Department for Children, Schools and Families, where he established their Families Group. He also served as a Director of School Performance and Reform. From 1998 to 2003, he served as the Department’s Director of Strategy and Communications. He previously worked at the Treasury, operating in a range of roles including Head of Private Finance Policy and Principal Private Secretary to three Cabinet Ministers. http://www.bloomberg.com/research/stocks/private/person.asp?personId=115024485&privcapId=32454763

    “NSPCC Laurence Easeman We don’t regret Peter Mandelson supporting our FULL STOP appeal board. Please be aware that if you make any comments about individuals on our Facebook page that could be seen as defamatory by that individual we will have to remove them as per our house rules” https://www.facebook.com/nspcc/posts/297965230314029

    It is reported by the Anti-Zionist league that, “Peter Benjamin Mandelson (born 21 October 1953) or ‘Baron’ Mandelson of Foy PC, following the life peerage bestowed upon him by Gordon Brown, is a Jewish politician whose father was the advertising manager at The Jewish Chronicle. His private life is subject to several D-Notices. Incredibly Mandelson is Chief Trustee of the NSPCC and has worryingly put his ‘people’ in key positions, including Peter Watt at the Mandelson and boyfriendNSPCC and Justin Forsyth head of Save the Children.”

    I do not know if he is still connected to the organisation or if so his actual role or input.

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