Gnostic Liberation Front
By Mike James
28 February 2010
In the early months of 2003, just prior to the illegal invasion of Iraq, and working in conjunction with a London-based freelance journalist, who had thoroughly double-checked exposures published by the Scottish ‘Sunday Herald’ newspaper, I publicised details of a child-sex ring linked to senior ministers within the Blair government.
I initially published my findings, stemming from discrete leaks from a secret list provided by the American FBI to the ‘Sunday Times’ newspaper, and concomitantly discovered that Tony Blair had issued a gagging order to suppress all further discussion of a scandal that would most certainly have brought a swift end to his administration and made Britain’s collusion in the destruction of Iraq impossible.
The articles I wrote concerning the “Operation Ore” cover-up and the 100-year blackout order imposed upon the report concerning the Dunblane massacre of children used and abused by senior Scottish Labour government ministers can still be found here:
Alleged Pedophiles at Helm of Britain's War Machine, Massive Cover-Up
http://www.propagandamatrix.com/alleged_pedophiles.html [Ref. 1]
Blair's Protection of Elite Paedophile Ring Spells the End For His Career
http://www.propagandamatrix.com/blair_protection.html [Ref. 2]
Blackout in Britain: Alleged Pedophiles Helm Blair's War Room
Blackout in Britain: Alleged Paedophiles at Helm of Britain’s War Machine
Tony Blair Caught Protecting Elite Paedophile Ring
Cremation of Care: The New World Order and the Dunblane Shootings
Dunblane Secret Documents Contain Letters by Tory and Labour Ministers
These stories, which also implicated the Attorney-General Lord Goldsmith, former NATO Boss Lord Robertson, and the Svengali of Tony Blair and Gordon Brown’s rise to power, the flamboyant homosexual Peter Mandelson (now Lord Mandelson), were widely publicised on the Internet, excited debate within numerous online forums, and inspired Robert Kilroy-Silk’s former Veritas Party to undertake a detailed examination of the extent to which senior and junior ministers close to Gordon Brown were given free licence to engage in paedophiliac activities under the protection of the British intelligence services.
The ‘Sunday Herald’s’ incendiary story (“Child Porn Arrests Too Slow”, 19 January 2003), written by its Home Affair’s correspondent Neil Mackay, disappeared rapidly from the Internet within weeks of my exposure. Mackay’s editor, at first cooperative, subsequently refused to answer any further enquiries put to him by myself and the freelance journalist Bob Kearley.
Each and every letter I sent to the British Home Office, Scotland Yard and the Sunday Times solicited not one single reply.