Edward Heath and how to handle a scandal

I have heard enough evidence to be fairly sure that there have been a series of Paedophile conspiracies run by people in power at the heart of the establishment. The first case I heard of was in a Welsh care home. I soon became convinced that a certain high ranking policeman would stop at nothing to evade justice. In one family I know, two murdered brothers, both victims, were for the most of their lives treated as criminals. Their crime, seeking justice.

I was so moved by this that I fictionalised their accounts and put them in my series of novels, The Quantum Twins. In it I imagined how such a conspiracy might operate. While some aspects may be far off target, I genuinely believe the most disturbing aspects are true and are probably still happening now. 

So how does the Establishment manage such a scandal? A conservative friend once told me if but some of the allegations are proved true he could see the collapse of democracy. This may seem too awful to be allowed to happen. Thus some relatively innocent people in power may also seek to keep a lid on all of this in the interests of stability. They may indeed sympathise with victims plight, regret that any of it happened, but see the victims need for justice as secondary to the needs of stable government. So like the paedophiles themselves they too may have an agenda to stifle the shock waves. Then there are those like Chief Whips and those in the Intelligence services, who knew about members tastes for little boys but saw this as a means of control rather than a crime.

There is some fairly strong evidence against Leon Brittan, amongst others. It is not just losing awkward documents, there are surviving witnesses who can name where and when the incidents happened. One of them is a friend on Twitter. 

So why have we not seen a high ranking policeman outside his house asking for more witnesses to come forward?

I believe the establishment hope that the evidence against Heath is weak. He always was the subject of rumours and innuendo, suggesting he liked young men. But some of the evidence I have seen is not as substantial as that against others. Therefore by seeming open now they can later close all the doors again and apologise for an hysterical witch hunt and tarnishing the reputation of a great man.

Unless of course the General, the Prime Minister and the Home Secratary (the top of the pyramid) are proven guilty.

Then at least the establishment will have been seen by history to do the right thing.

But they are betting and hoping it will all soon seem like a post Saville hysterical witch hunt. Thus Heath’s reputation is jeopardised. Rather than living criminals who could implicate others here and now.

I fear this tactic might work. The victims will be labelled as hysterical and deluded. The abuse will continue. But no one will dare try to stop it.

Paranoid, me?


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