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The victims of Rotherham’s Pakistani/Muslim child rape gangs to sue?

The victims of Rotherham’s Pakistani/Muslim child rape gangs to sue?

You may have seen in a previous Blog article what the English Democrats have tried to do politically in South Yorkshire as a result of the Pakistani/Muslim child rape gang scandal. (Click here >>> http://robintilbrook.blogspot.co.uk/2014/11/the-lessons-of-south-yorkshire-by.html

On reflection however I thought that, as a lawyer, there may well also be something more that I could do. Something which might even bring some much needed justice for the victims and against the guilty.

I therefore thought to put in a provocative advertisement proposal to South Yorkshire’s media!

You might think (but I couldn’t possibly comment!) that local journalists would be likely to have heard about what was going on. Yet the startling fact is that, with a very few honourable exceptions, there was extraordinary little reporting of these appalling crimes and the scandal of the authorities’ complicity.

In these circumstances I thought the exchange below might well be of interest as it does give an insight into the mind-set of a key local journalist; that is the Editor of the Rotherham Advertiser.

Below is the correspondence. See what you think.



From:RobinTilbrook
Sent: 08 January 2015 17:36
To: Advertising Department at Rotherham Advertiser
Subject: Re: Placement of Advert



Dear Sir

Re: Placement of Advert

I may wish to place an advertisement with your newspaper. Please could you let me know how much this would cost?

To all under age victims of South Yorkshire’s “Grooming” Gangs

If you were a victim of the so-called “grooming” gangs then you may well be in a position to sue, not only the gang members but also all their “clients” for damages for Rape. This could amount to tens of thousands of pounds.

You could also sue the Council for the gross negligence for having left you vulnerable to such exploitation.

Also if the police were involved and failed to act to help you, then you may be able to sue the police too.

You may also be able to claim compensation from the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority.

Tilbrook’s Solicitors is a specialist civil litigation firm which could help you make such claims.

Contact Robin Tilbrook of Tilbrook’s on robintilbrook@aol.com or ring 01277 896000.



Yours faithfully




R C W Tilbrook

Tilbrook’s Solicitors





In a message dated 09/01/2015 14:34:51 GMT Standard Time,

rotherhamadvertiser writes:

Hi Robin,



Thank you for your enquiry regarding advertising in the Rotherham Advertiser. The text you have listed below would fit into a 7 x 2 box, or a 5 x 3 box, the cost of the 7 x 2 in the general run of paper would be £93.94 plus VAT, the 5 x 3 would be £100.65 plus VAT.



There are many other sizes available smaller and larger, however the 7 x 2 is the smallest that this amount of words would fit into and still have room to make the setting stand out. If you would like more information then please do not hesitate to give me a call.



Many thanks,


T.M.

From: RobinTilbrook
Sent: 09 January 2015 17:17
To: Rotherham Advertiser
Subject: Re: FW: Placement of Advert

Dear T

Thank you for your email. I am probably interested in placing this advert for £93.94 plus VAT. What more do you need from me?

Yours sincerely


Robin Tilbrook

Tilbrook’s Solicitors

 


From: rotherhamadvertiser
To: RobinTilbrook
Sent: 12/01/2015 09:15:40 GMT Standard Time
Subj: RE: FW: Placement of Advert



Hi Robin,

Because you have not used us before we do not have a credit account set up for you so I would need prepayment for the advert. I can email a proforma invoice and would need you to pay on a card or by bacs. Let me know how you would like to pay and I will email the invoice and details on how to pay. The deadline for this week’s paper is 3pm Wednesday.

Kindest regards, T.






From: RobinTilbrook
Sent: 12 January 2015
To: Rotherham Advertiser
Subject: Re: FW: Placement of Advert



Dear T



Thank you for your email. Yes if you could send me the invoice that would be fine. However before you do so please could you check with your Editor that the paper will run it as it is a bit controversial?



Yours sincerely



Robin Tilbrook

Tilbrook’s

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From: T.M.
Sent: 12 January 2015 13:19
To: A.M. Editor
Subject: FW: FW: Please check content is Ok for publishing



Hi A,

Can you check that we are OK to run this advert and let me know as I need to book and take payment.

Thanks, T

To all under age victims of South Yorkshire’s “Grooming” Gangs

If you were a victim of the so-called “grooming” gangs then you may well be in a position to sue, not only the gang members but also all their “clients” for damages for Rape. This could amount to tens of thousands of pounds.

You could also sue the Council for the gross negligence for having left you vulnerable to such exploitation.

Also if the police were involved and failed to act to help you, then you may be able to sue the police too.

You may also be able to claim compensation from the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority.

Tilbrook’s Solicitors is a specialist civil litigation firm which could help you make such claims.


Contact Robin Tilbrook of Tilbrook’s on robintilbrook@aol.com or ring 01277 896000.

In a message dated 12/01/2015 13:39:31 GMT Standard Time,

rotherhamadvertiser.co.uk writes:

HI Robin,

Our editor has made some changes would the copy below be Ok with you? Let me know.

T.




From: A.M. Editor
Sent: 12 January 2015 13:38
To: T.M.
Subject: RE: FW: Please check content is Ok for publishing

Hi T,

Maybe something like the below?

A.

If you are a victim of child sexual abuse or exploitation you could be in a position to sue the perpetrators and the relevant authorities you believe let you down and failed to help you.

You may also be able to claim compensation from the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority.

Tilbrook’s Solicitors is a specialist civil litigation firm which could help you make such claims.


Contact Robin Tilbrook of Tilbrook’s on robintilbrook@aol.com or ring 01277 896000.

From: robintilbrook

Sent: 12 January 2015

To: TM





Dear T

The revised advertisement is good, but the purpose of my advertisement is to reach those who are victims of South Yorkshire’s Muslim/Pakistani child rape gangs not other types of cases so I would prefer:-



To all under age victims of South Yorkshire’s “Grooming” Gangs

If you were a victim of the so-called “grooming” gangs then you could be in a position to sue, the gang members and all their “clients” for damages for Rape. This would amount to tens of thousands of pounds.

You could also sue the Council for the gross negligence for having left you vulnerable to such exploitation.

Also if the police were involved and failed to act to help you, then you may be able to sue the police too.

You may also be able to claim compensation from the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority.

Tilbrook’s Solicitors is a specialist civil litigation firm which could help you make such claims.

Contact Robin Tilbrook of Tilbrook’s on robintilbrook@aol.com or ring 01277 896000.

Yours sincerely



Robin Tilbrook

Tilbrook’s Solicitors




In a message dated 13/01/2015 13:27:01 GMT Standard

Time, Rotherhamadvertisor writes:

HI Robin,

Please see below from my editor. Let me know if this is acceptable.

Many thanks, T



From: A.M. Editor
Sent: 13 January 2015 13:01
To: T.M>
Subject: RE: Grooming Gangs Advert

Hi T,

I’m uncomfortable about saying it would amount to tens of thousands of pounds as it might not. Equally, I don’t think we can name the council or the police. We are probably okay saying “grooming gangs” if that’s the bit he wants in to differentiate between those victims and the victims of abuse from, say, a family member.

Thanks,

A

If you were a victim of the so-called “grooming” gangs then you could be in a position to sue

the perpetrators and the relevant authorities you believe let you down and failed to help you.

You may also be able to claim compensation from the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority.

Tilbrook’s Solicitors is a specialist civil litigation firm which could help you make such claims.

Contact Robin Tilbrook of Tilbrook’s on robintilbrook@aol.com or ring 01277 896000.




From: RobinTilbrook
Sent: 13 January 2015 18:54
To: rotherhamadvertiser.co.uk
Subject: Re: FW: Grooming Gangs Advert

Dear T

Thank you for your email. I am a bit puzzled by your Editor’s comment about the amount as this is to be stated in my advert and is not something that he is expected to verify.

I am a Civil Litigation specialist and can specifically confirm that I expect that every finding of Rape would probably attract an award in excess of £50,000. So for one of those girls whose plight was reported on in the Jay Report who has been raped hundreds of times the damages may well exceed £1million.

So far as mentioning the Council and the Police, this is also a basic litigation position. Of course we would sue them whereever sufficient grounds exist as they probably will for the Council in every case where the child was in Care. Where the police were involved and failed in their duty to act, the same applies.

So yes given the significant sums involved I do want the Council and the Police mentioned. I am happy to keep it generic but of course I actually mean Rotherham Council and South Yorkshire Police. I would add I shall also be carefully considering whether individual Councillors and Council officials are worth 'powder and shot'!

Yours sincerely




Robin Tilbrook

Tilbrook’s Solicitors


 


From: rotherhamadvertiser
To: RobinTilbrook
Sent: 14/01/2015 09:31:43 GMT Standard Time
Subj: RE: FW: Grooming Gangs Advert



HI Robin,

I don’t think he meant that he would need to verify the amount it was more a case of mentioning large sums that may not be an achievable amount.

However if you are happy to go with the last version then the deadline is 3pm today to get into Friday’s Advertiser. Let me know.

Kind regards, T.




From: T.M. Rotherham Advertiser
Sent: 14 January 2015 10:22
To: A.M. Editor
Subject: FW: FW: FW: Please check content is Ok for publishing

Hi A

He wants to use this one is this OK?

Let me know. T.

To all under age victims of South Yorkshire’s “Grooming” Gangs

If you were a victim of the so-called “grooming” gangs then you could be in a position to sue, the gang members and all their “clients” for damages for Rape. This would amount to tens of thousands of pounds.

You could also sue the Council for the gross negligence for having left you vulnerable to such exploitation.

Also if the police were involved and failed to act to help you, then you may be able to sue the police too.

You may also be able to claim compensation from the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority.

Tilbrook’s Solicitors is a specialist civil litigation firm which could help you make such claims.


Contact Robin Tilbrook of Tilbrook’s on robintilbrook@aol.com or ring 01277 896000.





 


From: rotherhamadvertiser
To: RobinTilbrook
Sent: 14/01/2015 10:59:06 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Please check content is Ok for publishing



Hi Robin,

I am sorry my editor is still unhappy with the phrasing, he has suggested the text below. As you can see from his email he is unhappy with naming the authorities and promising amounts that at this stage cannot be guaranteed.

Let me know what you think.

Kind regards




From: RobinTilbrook

Sent : 14 January 2015

To: Rotherhamadvertiser



Dear T



Thank you for your email. I am surprised by your Editor's comments. We do not need there to have been any arrests for the victim to be able to sue. It is simply a legal fact that these types of cases will attract damages of tens of thousands of pounds. The relevant authorities are the Council and the police so why should I pussyfoot about?



It is very strange that your Editor has made his joke about my sentiments. This is one of the most appalling scandals ever and yet he is concerned about mere nuance!



Yours sincerely



Robin Tilbrook

Tilbrook’s Solicitors






From: A.M.
Sent: 14 January 2015 10:42
To: T.M.
Subject: RE: FW: FW: Please check content is Ok for publishing

Hi T.

He can’t say gang members as there haven’t been arrests, he can’t say tens of thousands of pounds and he needs to say relevant authorities rather than council or police.

The whole sentiment behind the advert and the way he’s phrasing things comes across as cheap and nasty.

I don’t think he can say much more than the below:

If you were a victim of the so-called “grooming” gangs then you could be in a position to sue the perpetrators and the relevant authorities you believe let you down and failed to help you.

You may also be able to claim compensation from the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority.

Tilbrook’s Solicitors is a specialist civil litigation firm which could help you make such claims.

Contact Robin Tilbrook of Tilbrook’s on robintilbrook@aol.com or ring 01277 896000.




In a message dated 14/01/2015 15:08:31 GMT Standard Time,

rotherhamadvertiser writes:

Hi Robin,

Sorry to hassle you but we are on deadline now for this week’s paper so if you do want to go ahead I would need to know within the next half hour.

Kind regards,


T.

To: RobinTilbrook
Sent: 22/01/2015 15:35:56 GMT Standard Time
Subj: RE: Deadline



Hi Robin,

The editor is not happy for the authorities to be named, so you could put the relevant authorities but not Council or Police. The amount that they could get you said would be tens of thousands but you would have to put could be not would be as there are no guarantees. He is also not willing to print anything that points to any specific cultural group.

If you can word the advert around this then we would be happy to print it. Let me know if you do want to go ahead but I will have to run it by him again once the wording is submitted.

Kind regards,


T.



From: RobinTilbrook
Sent: 22 January 2015 15:14
To: rotherhamadvertiser
Subject: Re: Deadline

Dear T

I am still interested in placing an advertisement in the Rotherham Advertiser, but of course it does have to be wording that is useful and meaningful to me as an advertiser. Please could you confirm with your Editor what the position is?

Yours sincerely



Robin Tilbrook

Tilbrook’s Solicitors

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From: RobinTilbrook
Sent: 28 January 2015 09:22
To: T M
Subject: Re: Deadline



Dear T

Thank you for your email which I am surprised and puzzled at. Please remind your Editor that I have not asked to specifically identify Rotherham Council or the South Yorkshire Police – I have said the “Council” and the “Police”.

So far as ethnic/religious group is concerned, could you please remind your Editor that Professor Jay’s report was very clear that the perpetrators, with only one exception, were all Pakistani Muslims. The only exception was very much the “exception that proves the rule” as it was an Afghan Muslim of the same tribal group as most of the other perpetrators, i.e. Pathan/Pashtun. It would therefore in fact be wholly appropriate for my advert to be far more ethnic/religion specific than I have asked for.

So far as the money is concerned I actually anticipate, given the hundreds of rapes that many of these girls endured, that the money at stake may not merely amount to tens of thousands, or hundreds of thousands, but run into figures well above a million.

In the light of these comments I would request your Editor to reconsider his position on this advert.

Yours sincerely



Robin Tilbrook

Tilbrook’s Solicitors

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From: rotherhamadvertiser
To: RobinTilbrook
CC: J.R.@rotherhamadvertiser
Sent: 28/01/2015 11:48:51 GMT Standard Time
Subj: RE: Deadline

Hi Robin,

I passed your email to my editor who discussed it with our MD and they are still unwilling to run the advert with the details you mention. The fact that you are only targeting your advert at people suffering abuse at the hands of certain ethnic groups, all victims of abuse deserve compensation whomever was the cause. Also they have reservations about running it as there have still been no arrests made for these acts of abuse.



As a sales person I am sorry to turn down the revenue but my hands are tied.



Kind regards, T

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Sent to Rotherham Advertiser 28.1.15

From : Robin Tilbrook

Dear Tina

Your reply is amazing and concerning. My proposed advertisement actually does not identify any “ethnic groups”. This is despite, as I have said, the fact that it could properly do so, given the clarity and strength of the evidence in the Jay Report.

Your Editor’s reaction suggests that the Rotherham Advertiser may have been complicit in the cover-up of the activities of Muslim/Pakistani child rape gangs prostituting under-age girls in Rotherham by failing to properly and truthfully cover the extent of the criminality involved. How does your Editor answer to this serious charge?

Yours sincerely



Robin Tilbrook

Tilbrook’s Solicitors








In a message dated 28/01/2015 16:43:48 GMT Standard Time,

rotherhamadvertiser.co.uk writes:

Hi Robin,



Again I have passed your comments to the Editor and forward any reply.




Kind regards, T

From: RobinTilbrook@aol.com
To: rotherhamadvertiser.co.uk
Sent: 28/01/2015 17:08:11 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: Deadline



Thank you T.




Robin







From: A.M.@rotherhamadvertiser.co.uk
To: RobinTilbrook@aol.com
Sent: 29/01/2015 16:16:24 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Are you really a solicitor?



Robin,

I would expect a solicitor to at least know that what you state below is an accusation (a pretty silly one at that) rather than a charge. A charge is made when police have enough information to make one (at least that’s the idea).

Your advert comes across as a crass and desperate attempt to profit from the misfortunes of others in a town hundreds of miles away from where you actually operate. Is local business so bad? Also, it gives what is likely to be false hope to most would-be claimants.

A

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From: RobinTilbrook@aol.com
To: A.M. @rotherhamadvertiser.co.uk
Sent: 30/01/2015 20:30:38 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: Are you really a solicitor?



Dear A



Thank you for your email. The words "charge" and accusation" mean very much the same thing.



I notice that your response has been the classic diversion strategem rather than answering the question. Use of this usually implies guilt. If I were cross examining you in court, I would probably leave it at that and invite the court to draw its own conclusions from your evasion when the question had been put to you.



Nevertheless I shall ask again are you one of those who is guilty of not reporting what you know and so helping the cover up? Viz: One that is part of the conspiracy of silence? Was this done for the politically correct appeasement of "community relations"?



Yours sincerely



Robin Tilbrook



11 comments:

  1. Try the Yorkshire Post.

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  2. Interested to read that Mr Amjad Bashir who was elected as a euro mp in Bradford for UKIP and was their small businesses spokesman was suspended from the party for multiple reasons, including breaches of employment law. He has now been welcomed with open arms by the Tories. What does that tell you about Mr Cameron's slimy party? What is the Tories' viewpoint on the above matter? Does anybody know?

    Sorry to be off-topic again and this comment should really have featured in your blog on Magna Carta but well done to David Starkey in his programme last night for saying that the current ruling political elites both here and in America have totally ignored it and more or less rendered it redundant. This more or less with goes with the abandonment of the rule of law which Robin referred to. This is even more nauseating in view of the self-congratulatory junket at the Guild Hall. These same people blame Russia for an absence of the rule of law but I wonder how the two countries compare?

    Even more interesting was that Starkey, he who was lambasted for talking of reverse assimilation of our own into an Afro-Asian culture in London at the time of the 2011 riots, concluded by saying that even the nature of England itself is now uncertain. He is old enough, like you Robin, I and Peter Hitchens, to have grown up in a country that, as Peter said, has ceased to exist and is probably now wondering whether the last vestiges will be swept away in coming decades. I may be over-optimistic but I sense that the English worm - along with that of Europeans everywhere - is about to turn.

    Mr Cameron said that the victory of Syriza was down to the poor way that previous governments in Greece had handled the economy whereas he, of course, had done a much better job. These things are comparative, he shows no concern for the 1m on food banks, the 1m in fuel poverty and those struggling to survive on minimum hours contracts or having been badgered into going self-employed to massage the statistics and then being unable to cope.

    Personally, my favourite comment on the Greek election came from the feisty Marine Le Pen who said that had given the EU a mighty slap.
    This is something she would be quite capable of. In a fair fight she would floor her fellow male politicians in Europe and probably grab Angela Merkel by the hair and chuck her into the Baltic. Interested to read on the 200th anniversary of the battle that her fellow Bretons fought the French Revolution and Napoleon with the Royalist Chouans so we cannot blame them for June 1815 on the morne plaine that was Waterloo.

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  3. I expect that my comment from yesterday will see the light of day eventually. I referred to the suspension of Mr Amjad Bashir by UKIP for many misdemeanours including breaches of employment law. I have now heard that even George Galloway's Respect party rejected him so obviously Bradford's Muslim community as a whole were not too keen on him. And yet the Tories think he is an all right bloke. But then birds of a feather fly together I suppose. And doubtless, Mr Cameron will want to sweep this Rotherham business under the carpet as well. Above all, he is anxious to wrench the "ethnic minority" vote away from Labour.

    David Starkey has told us this week that Magna Carta, despite the junketing by our political elites, is now redundant. He also added that the very nature of England is uncertain. I think this is coded speak for the end is in sight. Being over 60 he probably shares Peter Hitchens' view that country he grew up in, that is the country that had existed for over a thousand years, has already ceased to exist.

    If Magna Carta and Simon de Montfort marked the triumph of Anglo-Saxon democratic values buried by the Norman Yoke then I heard with interest yesterday evening that not only do we have more cctv surveillance cameras than any other country in the world but that visitors from the Continent are surprised by the English sheeple's lack of concern and lack of protest about being subjected to total surveillance.
    Perhaps they do not realise that just as the Norman/British establishment has finally found the means via mass immigration to finally nail any shred of English resistance ( a sort of second Norman Conquest ), the English have known total surveillance for nearly 1,000 years which has rendered them one of the most submissive peoples in Europe. CCTV camera surveillance 11th century style was the motte and bailey castle thrown up all over the country, first in wood and then massive stone structures of the sort that were wholly unknown to the Anglo-Saxons. Alien and wholly intimidating and all-seeing, they got the English used to being watched and arrested and hanged for any minor misdemeanour. The sad thing was that the Normans were a minority of around 100,000 ruling a country of nearly 1m. Nothing changes, the British establishment are still in a similar position.

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  4. Robin, have you forgotten Ofsted's duty of care?

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  5. Robin,
    Talking about going to court, the Northern Ireland parties are threatening to take the television companies to court if they are not included in the leaders' debate, now that the SNP and Plaid Cymru are to be included.
    Perhaps the English Democrats should make the same threat.

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    1. Hear hear!

      Clive,
      W-s-M.

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  6. Perhaps one of the great scandals is those children in care, bounced from foster carer to foster carer every year or so and then chucked out on the street at 16..

    Anyhow, I wanted to comment on Jeremy Paxman's programme on Churchill's funeral on BBC1 last night; mostly first rate. I was trying to work out whether one of those bearers struggling up the steps with the lead-lined coffin was your father, Robin.

    I wonder how Churchill, who was determined to ensure that St Paul's survived the Blitz as a potent symbol of our survival, would view the overshadowing of it by the glittering towers of international finance and control. I am sure he would have been horrified. It was so nice to see it as I remember it in the late 60s when I went for the first time, virtually 100% white indigenous and still architecturally unscathed.

    Perhaps Martin Bell's comment was the most telling, that it marked the end of the Old Britain, or Old England, as Paxman seemed to talk of England more. It was lovely to see some of the key players, people so 100% English, especially the old boy at Bladon with his rich Oxfordshire accent, an accent which I know from personal experience is now vanishing due to mass immigration and white flight from the capital.

    As for the dockers and their socialism. Well, the plight of their kin in the East End reduced Churchill to tears, so he did care for them, much more than our present bunch of psychopaths, such as Blair, Cameron and Osborne ( the latter telling his ministers to force fracking on us and even push it in the EU where France and Germany will not allow it. But then he is in the pocket of the oligarchic hegemons). As for immigration, those same "socialist" dockers shared Churchill's views and turned out in force to march for Enoch Powell in 1968.

    The one comment from Paxman that did annoy me when talking of multiculturalism and other changes since 1965 was that Churchill fought fascism on the Continent so as to allow us to have the country we want.
    This is monstrous. The point is that we were never given the chance to have the country we wanted. All main parties were wedded to the one world pluralist agenda. The irony is - lost on Paxman - that Churchill would have seen that we have been sold into the same sort of fascist state that he fought to free us from. Our present condition is as serfs in a Marxist-oligarchic-neo-feudal- fascist state. Observers have referred to the present oligarchic state in the US as fascist and this is true for the whole of the West. However, at last people are beginning to wake up to what they have been brainwashed and manipulated into.

    E.g. Syriza in Greece have launched their first shot against it by expressing their outrage that Greece was included in an EU condemnation of supposed Russian involvement in bombing in Mariopul of which there is no proof. The former Austro-Hungarian states were also unhappy but finished by toeing the line. One comment was that the EU is a dictatorship and now, like other totalitarian socialist states on the verge of collapse; and like previous multi-national empires, too.

    Surprise, surprise, that billionaire financier hegemon George Soros is talking of the need for regime change in said Russia. Russia is up against another empire and another dictatorship and fighting for survival.
    One Canadian political scientist said the Canadian people have no animosity against the Russian people despite the massive propaganda campaign. This brings me back to the Boer War when the British Tommies had no hate for the Boers and vice versa, despite all the brainwashing. Cecil Rhodes, the then richest man in the world, was trapped in Kimberley during the siege and demanding our forces release him. When the time came, the champagne flowed. And when Boer leader Cronje was captured the stock exchange in London was jubilant.
    That says it all. The people may want peace but the psychopathic hegemons, then as now, want to take us to hell in a handcart for their own greedy, selfish, money-grubbing ends.

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  7. TOO MANY - TOO LITTLE - TO LATE. OUR ENGLAND ? THERE ENGLAND.. ENGLAND, A COUNTRY BUILT ON THE BACKS OF THE WORKING PEOPLE..BY AN ESTABLISHMENT WHO HAVE SCREWED THERE WAY THROUGH HISTORY. www.colindaleradiosutch.com

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  8. Fascinating but true journey into history past and present. I sincerely hope that the English worm will turn else we are heading for an unthinkable future which is not to distant. England was a green and pleasant land before being invaded by the Multitudes with Begging bowls extended. But where does it end the likes of Churchill Enoch Powell and Maggie Thatcher may never be seen again name one politician with BALLS or guts take it on. I don't know of one, or maybe Nigel Farage ! Not quite sure but probably right.

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  9. It seems that the Government has finally pulled the rug out from under Rotherham Council and is sending in technocrats to take over. It "blows the mind" that the electors of Rotherham put these people in charge in the first place. (Grandad voted Labour, Dad voted Labour, so I vote Labour!) Now, they're about to get Labour, controlled from Edinburgh by Sturgeon! Hope they enjoy it!!
    Clive, W-s-M.

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  10. There are no leftists in the UK anymore, just about everyone is a fascist. Fascists on the council and in the police in Rotherham, for example, knew about the rape holocaust and simply covered it up. This suits their agenda of eliminating democracy and spreading fear and terror. It's very easy to rule when people live in constant fear, and this is how they are gaining control of governments everywhere: corporations put their people in government, democracy is eroded, and voila you have a corporate fascist state.

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