@cabinetofficeUK Please set up a Royal Commission into #RitualAbuse and #SatanicCrimes!

16 01 29 Children for the Devil 250The request for a Royal Commission is the first of ten specific proposals with which Tim Tate concludes his nearly 400-page book “Children for the Devil – Ritual Abuse and Satanic Crimes”.

The book was a thorough investigation 25 years ago.

How come that, since then, I heard an American pastor say that satanism is the fastest growing religion in Europe? Tim Tate writes that satanism simply reverses the concepts of good and evil.

How come that the children’s allegations spurred independent thinkers on the net to take online actions in defence of the mother and her children?

Here are the proposals that we’re now repeating in this online petition:

  1. The establishment of a Royal Commission of Inquiry into all aspects of paedophilia and child sexual exploitation.
    • Its hearings must be held in public, unless there is a compelling personal safety reason (for a witness) to work in camera.
    • House of Commons committees would NOT be up to this task – MPs have too many other demands on their time, with too many potential conflicts of interest to handle a ritual-abuse inquiry.
  2. The Select Committee on Health should examine critically the treatment of multi-personality disorder (MPD).
    • Available evidence from the US would suggest that Britain is locking a number of MPD sufferers in secure mental units when, given a greater understanding of the condition, they could be treated as out-patients.
  3. The Royal Commission hearings would highlight the desperate need for a unified and multi-disciplinary national approach to Child Sexual Exploitation – whatever its motive.
    • Britain needs to add to its established network of specialist national police teams one charged with policing child sex.
    • Such a unit should comprise officers from the Obscene Publications Branch, existing child-protection teams, HM Customs, the Post Office, trained therapists, and members of the Metropolitan Police Criminal Intelligence Division C11. It should have its own secure database on the police national computer and it should work both nationally and throughout the world.
  4. The expertise and intelligence developed by this unit would have a vital role to play in the next new agency: a National Child Protection Agency. This would fulfil three functions:
    • It would analyse trends within the field of child exploitation;
    • It would maintain computerised records of all convicted child abusers and of missing or at-risk children (Tim Tate wrote that no such database exists in Britain, but since then this voluntary effort has produced http://theukdatabase.com/);
    • It would create a unified and reliable training programme for all therapists and investigators within statutory agencies.
  5. This training needs to take place urgently.
    • Under the auspices of the National Child Protection Agency, regular and compulsory workshops and conferences should be held throughout Britain.
  6. In recognition of this, pressure must be brought to bear on the network of voluntary and unmonitored support groups – religious or not – to cease what is in many cases maverick behaviour.
    • All child abuse counselling would be the responsibility of the statutory agencies.
    • To conduct any such sessions should – and would, under these proposals – require a specific licence.
    • The dangers of contaminating victims’ evidence could thus be minimised.
  7. All disclosure interviews should be conducted by a registered and specifically trained therapist.
    • Tapes should be admissible as evidence into court. Government should accept the findings of its own 1990 PIGOT ENQUIRY on video-recorded evidence: HHJ Pigot QC
    • To achieve this, a new court structure would be required. There has been an unanswerable case for a unified Family Court in England and Wales for nearly a decade. This proposal would require such a court to be established outside the restraints of the rest of the judicial system.
      • Its method of operation should be INQUISITORIAL rather than ACCUSATORIAL, as at present.
      • It would discard all the 18th century costumes in recognition of the simple fact that these frequently confuse and/ or terrify young children.
      • Wardship orders, if retained at all, should be used sparingly and with intelligence: it is pointless to obtain wardship to protect a child in a potential prosecution and then condemn him or her to disclosing to foster-parents whose evidence may or may not subsequently be accepted.
      • The unthinkable can be achieved if the problem is perceived to be sufficiently serious.
    • A new law must be added to the statute-book – one which formally recognises as a separate form of criminal activity the abuse of children in any rituals – satanic or otherwise.
      • There is a model statute for this in existence in Idaho State USA, which avoids the indiscriminate approach of Geoffrey Dickens’ amendment to the Criminal Justice Bill.
      • Such a statute is needed, as it would recognise ritual abuse as a more serious, long-lasting form of exploitation than ‘ordinary’ molestation and would force detectives and Crown Prosecution lawyers to pursue the most substantive charge available.
    • Finally, the formal recognition of minority religions would extend the protection of the law to Muslims and Buddhists as well as wiccans and neo-pagans.
      • That this would probably require the disestablishment of the Church of England should be viewed as a minor procedural problem rather than as a fundamental constitutional obstacle.
      • Politically, this programme cuts across all party divides. Which is more important, politics or children’s lives?

[1] http://sabre.sussex.ac.uk/vufindsmu/Record/9780862524784

[2] https://www.supremecourt.uk/cases/docs/uksc-2010-0031-judgment.pdf

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6 thoughts on “@cabinetofficeUK Please set up a Royal Commission into #RitualAbuse and #SatanicCrimes!

  1. Hi Sabine

    Thought you might like this. It’s a very interesting screenshot sent to me by Tina Kachina, who runs the Eaten Lives Matter blog. Your regulars will get the reference:

    Keep up the amazing bail-busting work and please pass on my regards to David

    Kris
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    • MANY THANKS, Kris!

      It’s really strange: the devil is expert in ‘deception’ by getting adults to alter children’s self-perceptions by molesting, abusing and torturing them.

      When the abusers are in the family, the betrayal of the innocent trust of a child is double.

      When ‘innocent abusers’ don’t act as innocent people would, they cannot but portray that and how they are victims themselves. Tim Tate writes in “Children for the Devil” that people prefer to dismiss thinking about the issues to avoid the real problem: incest!

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  2. All good comments. But I think people underestimate the allure and attraction of a powerful spirit like Satan and his allies. When these make offers thru earthly servants or even directly, though not nearly as common, and can back their signs and promises, this has the effect of seducing a human and getting them to do things never before imaginable. Satan has been a very corrupting influence on the earth and human behavior. We would all be so much better off without him, but Till the matters of what humans really are, at heart, and who is who and the choice they have made, we are stuck with him.

    Incest is a big problem but Satan is a far bigger problem. When you have the power to offer riches, power, status, fame and nearly anything that one might desire, you have an incredible advantage. Yet despite that advantage, There are still those who choose God with seemingly little to gain, other than promises relied on. Therein is the test of our character. Do we do things for the right motives. That is what both sides in the spirit realm want to know.

    I finally figured out what was blocking me from posting. I did not see the close sign on the notice to sign up.

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