Wednesday, 15 July 2009

Number 379, 15 July 2009. Its Official, 'I Am A One In Ten, A Number On The List'

Post number 379, 15 July 2009

The actual post number 379 begins 9 paragraphs below.

Let us try to destabilise the Talmudic Jewish paedomasonic means of total control and domination. Google in their search engine, under “seachangeindrycleaning” do not list out all blog titles/numbers and leaves out selected posts. For comprehensive reading, readers are advised to follow entries in our Facebook site.

Linguistic, cultural, historic and religious barriers must not be allowed to jaundice the perception of the reader from grasping core issues.


Preface for continuity so that we do not forget Teresa Cooper, Julian Grail (Plymouth City Council) and the government involvement.

For readers new to the blog, we recommend you research and Google the following:

‘Dunblane conspiracy’, ‘the Bryn Alyn Welsh Homes scandals’, and then Google ‘Freemasons sexual abuse conspiracies’. The information will be staggering.

Some previously visited sites have been deleted/cleaned up/hidden from scrutiny. For an insight, new comers to the blog are advised to read from post number 244 onwards.

Every council in the country is run by the Freemasons, answerable to one man in position of authority. That man was Sandy Bruce Lockhart, but now replaced by homosexual Simon Fuller. There is an overt Masonic Lodge in every town, but also covert (secret) Masonic houses in every town, where ritual abuse takes place.

It must be noted that Lord Nigel Lawson and Harvey Proctor have been exposed by our own team members of taking active parts in the ritual anal domination/rape of young children. The rarity of exposure of the individuals involved is due to the secrecy of the system, and control over the dominated children who don’t speak out.

In all fairness, we have given ample opportunities for the likes of Lord Lawson, Lord Mandleson, Lord George Robertson, Tony (Marilyn) Blair, his mentor Peter Selby Right, David Cameron and Michael Howard to come forward and talk, but the silence is deafening!!!

The physical evidence and symptoms of sexual abuse are obvious to our team members. We know, from experience, that the bags around and under the eyes are evidence of anal penetration as young children. This may also be relevant to adult anal penetration depending on the size of the implement used.

Take a look at the MPs, the House of Lords, and media in particular, political commentators on TV. How many have the give away signs, of not only the pressure induced bags under the eyes, but also other physical traits that we will divulge at a later date. We know of a multiple number of anally abused victims that show not only the bags under the eyes but various other physical symptoms which correlate.

From our research and experience, only about one in ten paedophiles are exposed. Reference to previous blog post, where approximately 450 paedophiles abused 67,000 children!! If one paedophile abuses 20 children, how many paedophiles do you think will be created by the paedophiles acts?? ‘Official figures’ suggest that 50% of the abused children become paedophiles. So from 67,000 abused children, you may very well have ended up with 33,500 paedophiles among you!!! And they are not being exposed and caught!!!

Post number 379

How many people out there can honestly say that they believe in the official version of any stories? How many people trust the system that we are living in? Or even the Right Honourable Gentlemen (MPs) and their system allowing them to fiddle their expenses? We believe that every official version, diagnosis, investigation, and statistic, beg some serious questions, and in our view, lack credibility! In particular, the mental health aspects applied so comprehensively.

Having said that, we the public haven’t really got the authority or the means to produce facts and figures on a massive scale, compared to the establishment’s official administration. In fact, we declare that most quangos and so called charitable organisations are also part of, and sanctioned by, the official establishment.

Our team members also state, that there can be no substitute for personal experience and knowledge, and in fact go as far as to say that the figures produced below are from an official point of view, and can be deemed to be absolute bollocks! This view is based on personal experience and knowledge of abuse, causing large anomalies to occur in the ‘official facts and figures’.

For example, one team member, after reading the following information, discussed the issues with the team, and stated that he could name 20 MALE individuals, in a one mile radius, that experienced homosexual paedomasonic abuse as children of his generation. Now the crux of the matter is that of the 20 individuals, or 21 if you include the team member, there is only one who has come out openly and reported the abuse. What? Only one out of 21 (under 5%) actually acknowledged the abuse! The rest keep their mouths shut. Why do you think this is so? Well, some, from the shame and guilt won’t speak out, others, because of their experience, started having sex with other children at a very young age, and others will have grown into paedophiles, claiming it to be normal, but in fact they know full well that it is wrong.

Our team member’s figures are based wholly on MALE homosexual abuse, and do not include any FEMALES.

Also to add is the point that the abused children are then used to attract other children for the paedophiles. Some sick individuals even see it as a joke for another child to be abused. Along with this, particularly in the past, but probably relevant today, is the predominance of council house estate system, in the abuse. Even names of roads are relevant, such as Tavistock, and Montague amongst various others.

Our team member has contacted some of the abuse victims’ counselling organisations in the past, including Survivors, with the intent of getting together with other undefeated individuals, to create an army against the paedomasons. The system in place, only deals on an individual basis, and doesn’t seem to want the individuals getting together. It uses so called ‘counselling’ with the intent of bringing the force of the mental health teams to bear, on the individuals.

Anyway, below is what it can only be described as the ‘official facts and figures’ from the paedomasonic so called ‘experts’, but do bear in mind, if only one in 21 is coming forward, then the figures have absolutely no credibility.


From http://www.the lanternproject.org.uk/articles/whatischildsexualabuse/4:


“””Study reveals one in 10 children in the UK suffer abuse - Dec 2008

One in 10 children suffer abuse, say experts
• Sarah Boseley, health editor
• The Guardian, Wednesday December 3 2008
• Article history
The true scale of the maltreatment of children in the UK is revealed by child abuse experts today who say that one in 10 suffers physical, sexual, emotional abuse or neglect.

Unlike Baby P, who died in Haringey, north London, while on the at-risk register after months of abuse and neglect, most maltreated children are not even referred to the authorities.

Teachers, GPs and paediatricians have no confidence in the ability of social services to make a difference to their lives and fear the child's plight will be made worse if he or she is taken into care and placed in a foster family, they say.

A series of papers published today by the Lancet medical journal in collaboration with the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health paints a grim picture of the unseen sufferings of an estimated 1 million children a year in the UK.

Between 4 and 16% of children suffer physical abuse, such as hitting, punching, beating and burning, according to a paper by Ruth Gilbert and colleagues from University College London's Institute of Child Health. The figures come from research in high-income countries, including the UK, which is not thought to differ from the average.”””

Comments from Earth Projects Team: If the UK is thought not to differ from the average, then why was the brass eye TV show, depicting the ‘British Isles’ as the ‘paedo isles’, and the ‘Robert Killroy Silk’ show, exposing the extent of abuse, taken off air, and cause so much controversy?

“”””Some 5-10% of girls and 1-5% of boys have been subjected to penetrative sex, usually by a family friend or relative. If sexual abuse is defined more widely - as anything from being shown pornographic magazines to rape - it is estimated that it will include at least 15% of girls and 5% of boys.

Around 10% of children suffer emotional abuse every year, the paper says, which includes persistently being made to feel worthless, unwanted or scared. More still - up to 15% a year - suffer neglect, defined as the failure of their parents or carers to meet the child's basic emotional or physical needs or ensure their safety.”””

Conspiracy of Faith - Fighting for Justice after Child Abuse

About this Book

In this powerful book, Graham Wilmer recounts the traumatic experience of being sexually abused as a child by a teacher at the Salesian College in Chertsey, Surrey, and explores the life-long impact that child abuse has on males. He exposes the Salesians in the UK who failed to report the abuse and protected the teacher, painting a disturbing picture of the ineptitude and incompetence of the police, the CPS (Crown Prosecution Service), central and local government, NASUWT (The National Association of Schoolmasters Union of Women Teachers), the Roman Catholic Church, and the criminal justice system in their collective failures to act when he finally disclosed what had happened.

Despite the recommendations of the Nolan Enquiry into child abuse in the Roman Catholic Church in England and Wales, and the recommendations of the Bichard Enquiry, Graham Wilmer's story shows just how difficult it is to prosecute teachers who abuse children in Roman Catholic schools.

This is a brave account by a man who suffered in forced silence for forty years until finally making the difficult decision to lay bare the truth, seek justice and bring those who had conspired against him to account. It raises many important issues about the way our society deals with sexual offences against children, and draws the disturbing conclusion that the vast majority of child abusers still operate with impunity, and will continue to do so unless the criminal justice system is radically changed in favour of the victims of abuse rather than the perpetrators.
This is the only book dealing with sexual abuse in a Salesian school. Although it may make you angry, it is not without hope, and will help others who have been through similarly traumatic times at such a young age.

The background to the book, and all of the documentary evidence and witness statements that the book is based on can be read at http://www.grahamwilmer.org.uk/


What is Child Sexual Abuse?

There are four kinds of child abuse: physical abuse, emotional abuse, sexual abuse and neglect. They are all dangerous to children and they all leave an indelible mark that lasts for the lifetime of the individual, which, in some cases, is cut tragically short as a direct result of the abuse they suffered. In this booklet, we will concentrate on sexual abuse in an attempt to understand what it is; the harm is does and how to recover from its lasting impact.

In the majority of cases of child sexual abuse, the sexual abuse itself doesn't start straight away. Perpetrators employ a process of subtle manipulation called 'grooming' that entraps the child over a period of time into a secret relationship, designed for one purpose only - the sexual gratification of the perpetrator.

This process starts with the development of a 'friendship' that gradually becomes sexualised. When the perpetrator feels their victim is sufficiently groomed, he or she will begin to exposure the child to the subject of sex; talking about it at first, then showing them sexual material such as pornographic magazines and videos. This then leads to increased displays of affection and touching. Eventually, the sexual nature of the grooming process becomes more overt, involving looking at the child's sexual organs and showing the child the perpetrator's sexual organs.

Sexual contact will then follow. This will include touching the child's genitals by hand; kissing or sucking the child's genitals; placing objects against or into the child's genitals and, finally, vaginal or anal intercourse. The child is usually persuaded to do the same thing to the perpetrator, with the exception of intercourse, which can only happen if the child is male and old enough to have an erection.

Once the sexual activity has begun, subtle or even not so subtle demands for secrecy increase, underpinned by implied or direct threats. The perpetrator will tell the child that they may be harmed if they say anything to anyone. They will be told that members of their family or perhaps their pet may also be harmed. They may also be told that they will be taken away from their family if they tell. Finally, they will be told that because they too took part in the 'secret', they will be held responsible, and great punishment will follow. It is this last piece of the process that locks the child into secrecy through guilt. It is probably the most destructive part of the process in terms of the lasting psychological damage it causes.

Once the abusive relationship has reached this point, the child has become completely trapped by the perpetrator, both physically and psychologically, and they will become overwhelmed by feelings of emotional confusion. As these feelings develop, the child will start to display a deviation in its normal behaviour. This is because on the one hand, the child's mind wants to avoid the distress caused by the emotional confusion, but on the other hand, the child is unable to tell anyone about the abuse, either through fear of being harmed or blamed or both.

Consequently, the child will begin to act out their distress which will show itself in a number of ways such as a marked decline in school performance, increasing bad behaviour and truancy. The child may also complain frequently of headaches and stomachaches. This may be followed by the onset of psychological problems such eating disorders, depression, anxiety and attention deficit disorder.

The impact and consequences of the abuse can be measured in two parts. The first is the impact on the child at the time, which takes the form of a gradual decline in the psychosocial functioning of the child. As the child grows up, they will experience difficulties in developing interpersonal relationships, often leading to either a complete withdrawal from intimate relationships or, alternatively, compulsive sexual addiction. In some cases, both behaviours can be displayed.

As the individual becomes an adult, they will begin to suffer from a range of complex and damaging psychological problems such as depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorders and personality disorders, any one of which, depending on the degree of severity, can result in major problems with relationships, and make tasks such as parenting and going to work almost impossible.

Once it starts, the deterioration in physical and mental health will continue until the individual finally suffers from some form of traumatic breakdown, often diagnosed as a post-traumatic stress disorder, and usually accompanied by a depressive illness. Unless treated, this degree of mental decline can lead to the individual taking their own life, as they perceive suicide to be the only way of escape from the torment and confusion they feel.

However, as dark and as awful as the problems may seem at the time, victims of child sexual abuse can recover, regardless of age, and go on to live happy and fulfilled lives. The recovery process begins when the victim finally discloses what happened to them. From then on, with the support of counselling from a trained professional, they will be able to re-build their lives, reclaiming their lost childhood in the process and discharging themselves from the burden of guilt, shame and self-loathing that will have inevitably been a major part of their lives up to that point.

NCJ Number: NCJ 114590
Title: Nursery Crimes: Sexual Abuse in Day Care
Author(s): D Finkelhor ; L M Williams ; N Burns
Sale: Sage Publications, Inc
2455 Teller Road
Thousand Oaks, CA 91320
United States
Publication Date: 1988
Pages: 272
Type: Issue overviews
Origin: United States
Language: English
Publication No.: ISBN 0-8039-3400-9

Annotation: Data from 270 substantiated cases of sexual abuse of children under age 7 that occurred in day care centers or family day care settings caring for 6 or more children from January 1983 through December 1985 formed the basis of an analysis of the nature and incidence of the problem, the effectiveness of different types of investigations, and the impacts on victims and communities.
Abstract: Telephone interviews with local officials and child abuse specialists gathered general data on all 270 cases and more detailed information from child protection officials, criminal justice officials, therapists, and others knowledgeable about a sample of 43 cases. The analysis indicated that children in day care are not at special risk of sexual abuse. Perpetrators include caregivers, their family members, volunteers, janitors, bus drivers, and outsiders. Sixty-two percent of the victims were girls. Two-thirds of the abuse occurred in the bathroom. Touching and fondling of the child's genitals was the most common form of abuse, although penetration occurred to at least one child in 93 percent of the cases. Abusers were relatively successful in preventing disclosure, with abuse continuing for more than 6 months before disclosure in one-third of the cases. Fears and sleep disturbances were the main symptoms shown by the victims. The study was unable to identify categories of child-care facilities that were either invulnerable or extremely vulnerable to abuse. Many agencies were involved in investigations, sometimes cooperatively and sometimes uncooperatively. Legal or regulatory action was unsuccessful in many cases. Tables, index, 44 references, and recommendations for prevention, detection, investigation, and intervention.


“””Approximately 150,000 confirmed cases of child sexual abuse were reported to child welfare authorities in the United States during 1993. This number represents about 15% of the more than one million confirmed cases of all child abuse and neglect. But the true scope of this problem is better reflected in retrospective surveys of adults, and this article summarizes data from 19 of these surveys.

Considerable evidence exists to show that at least 20% of American women and 5% to 10% of American men experienced some form of sexual abuse as children. The rates are somewhat lower among people born before World War II, but there is little evidence of a dramatic increase for recent generations. The studies provide little evidence that race or socioeconomic circumstances are major risk factors.

They do show elevated risk for children who experienced parental inadequacy, unavailability, conflict, harsh punishment, and emotional deprivation. Adult retrospective studies are also good sources of information about the characteristics of abuse. Most sexual abuse is committed by men (90%) and by persons known to the child (70% to 90%), with family members constituting one-third to one-half of the perpetrators against girls and 10% to 20% of the perpetrators against boys.

Family members constitute a higher percentage of the perpetrators in child protective agency cases because the mandate of these agencies generally precludes their involvement in extra family abuse. Around 20% to 25% of child sexual abuse cases involve penetration or oral-genital contact. The peak age of vulnerability is between 7 and 13. Studies of the criminal justice processing of sexual abusers suggest that, compared with other violent criminals, slightly fewer are prosecuted, but of those prosecuted, slightly more are convicted. Studies conducted in the 1980s also showed that, once convicted, relatively few sexual abusers receive sentences longer than one year, while 32% to 46% serve no jail time.

Overall, there is little evidence to suggest that either the child welfare system or the criminal justice system abandons its’ usual standards of operation and acts hysterically when confronted with sexual abuse. “””

If this last paragraph has any credibility whatsoever, then why have we a secret family court system, where the paedomasonic establishment can wantonly dictate all proceedings and rulings to fulfill their secret agenda of domination and control? Secret societies = secret agenda = the secret world of sexual abuse.

Dib, dib, dib; dob, dob, dob!

Mohammad Karim Ahmadzai,
For Earth Projects Team

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