Not that Americans needed another reason to sneer at the self-righteous Brits across the dirty pond, but they got one anyway when Speaker John Bercow made a comment that indicates that the sacred halls of Westminster shall not be sullied by some racist, sexist low-life who currently passes himself off as the UK's most important ally.
We wonder, however, if President Trump had racked up frequent flyer miles on Jeffrey Epstein's Lolita Express, then perhaps Bercow would have rolled out the British red carpet to receive the White House's current resident. UK pedophilia crisis aside, Bercow certainly made no such objection when the Emir of Kuwait came to speak in November 2012.
A quick perusal of this Wikipedia article [linked here] on the never-ending, always-punted, "dossier" of UK pedophile allegations against politicians and parliamentarians reveals that it was Theresa May, in her capacity as Home Secretary, who initiated a review of the UK child abuse allegations back in July 2014.
On 7 July 2014, the Home Secretary, Theresa May, announced a review into the handling of historic child abuse allegations, to be led by Peter Wanless, chief executive of the NSPCC, and the establishment of a public panel inquiry into the duty of care taken in the protection of children from paedophiles by British public institutions, led by an independent panel of experts and chaired by Baroness Butler-Sloss.
And then the punting began.
Butler-Sloss later stood down as chair of the inquiry. On 5 September 2014, it was announced that it would instead be chaired by Fiona Woolf but on 31 October 2014 she, too, resigned from the role. On 4 February 2015 it was announced that the inquiry would be chaired by Justice Lowell Goddard, a New Zealand High Court judge. The existing panel would be disbanded, and the inquiry would be given new powers.
Near the end of the article, we see an update in 2015 where the whole matter seems to once again be stagnating in a bureaucratic dung heap.
In March 2015, it was announced that the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) would "manage" an investigation that was already being conducted by the London Metropolitan Police's Directorate of Professional Standards into claims of "high-level corruption of the most serious nature" over four decades, including 16 allegations that the Met had covered up historical child sex offences because of the involvement of MPs and police officers.
Scotland Yard said it had voluntarily referred the allegations, which arose from investigation ‘Operation Fairbank' launched in 2012, to the IPCC. The allegations being considered by the IPCC relate to the period between 1970 and 2005 and include failures to properly investigate child sex abuse offenses; the halting of an investigation relating to the abuse of young men in Dolphin Square, near Westminster because "officers were too near prominent people"; and that a Houses of Parliament document was found at a paedophile's address which linked "highly-prominent individuals" - including MPs and senior police officers - to a paedophile ring, but that no further action was taken.
Perhaps Scotland Yard needs a dose of Trump Napalm to get those investigations rolling.
"Branching Out in So Many Directions"
Is it possible that Speaker John Bercow has another motive for uninviting President Trump from speaking in his hallowed halls? The President does, after all, have a reputation as a bit of a loose cannon. Or as our new RogueMoney colleague London Paul is wont to remind us: Trump is the kind of guy who will lob a live hand grenade into a crowded conference room, leave, and shut the door behind him ... just to see how people react.
Can you imagine what would happen if the President lobbed some kind of public relations grenade into a place like the vaunted House of Commons?
We think The Donald has plenty of poop to spread around to assist Scotland Yard in its floundering high-profile pedo investigations. We know the soon-to-be appointed Attorney General Jeff Sessions has certainly been briefed on the American side of the crimes. He indicated as much during the recent Congressional hearings that led up to his imminent confirmation to take place this week.
Much scuttlebutt is circulating on the internet to indicate that as many as 70 people across WashDC and New York City are about to be arrested by the FBI in connection with the #PizzaGate pedophile ring. And that investigation is separate and apart from the child sex trade arrests that were made in California last week. (thanks to Bix Weir for bringing this L.A. County Sheriff's announcement to our attention, Youtube linked here.)
This report at NeonNettle.com [linked here] reports this from an "anonymous FBI insider":
The insider at the Federal Bureau of Investigation claims that the FBI has just finished(3 pm 2/2/17) submitting paperwork to the Department of Justice in preparations for the arrests which will begin as soon as Jeff Sessions assumes his role as Attorney General.
Furthermore, starting Monday or Tuesday of next week, you will begin to start seeing arrests of individuals. Over 30 politicians (many are household names), and over 40 other individuals throughout DC, VA and also a handful in NYC. Some may off their selves before they are apprehended, so keep an eye out for that over the weekend, and you will know they are involved in some manner.
A parallel report at YourNewsWire.com added this comment by the "anonymous insider":
“I’ve never been involved in an investigation that kept branching out in so many unexpected directions.”
We wonder if one of those "many unexpected directions" may in fact be moving eastward across the Atlantic Ocean. Godspeed, Mr. Anonymous FBI Insider.