Retired Detectives Back Claims of Pedophile Politicians Murdering Young Boys at Establishment Orgies

Sven Longshanks
Daily Stormer
November 24, 2014

Twenty-five years ago, high-level American politicians were accused of the same scandal.
Twenty-five years ago, high-level American politicians were accused of a similar scandal.

Back when homosexuality was illegal and rejected by society as degenerate and perverse, it was common practice for our enemies to put homosexuals in positions of power, because they could then be blackmailed with the evidence of their perversity into doing their bidding.

With the gradual acceptance of homosexuality by the brainwashed grazers it became necessary to find prospective politicians that were inclined to behave in ways far more sick and twisted than just sodomy.

Some of these pedophile politicians are now being exposed, but unfortunately the majority of those now in the spotlight are dead already and unable to give evidence on their superiors.

Abuse is also said to have taken place at Dolphin Square, a block of luxury apartments in Pimlico, London. ‘Nick’, who said he witnessed a 12-year-old boy’s murder, said he was taken to an apartment here.

Daily Mail:

Two retired detectives have reportedly backed claims that young boys were murdered by politicians at paedophile orgies.

The claims, said to be in new written statements handed to the Metropolitan Police, have emerged just a week after a witness called ‘Nick’ claimed he saw a Tory MP throttle a 12-year-old boy to death.

Scotland Yard has already confirmed it is examining a ‘possible homicide’ committed 30 years ago by a paedophile ring whose ranks included senior Establishment figures.

The revelation came as the Home Secretary Theresa May admitted the recent spate of child abuse allegations were only the ‘tip of the iceberg’.

The Home Secretary, speaking on the BBC’s Andrew Marr show this morning, said it was crucial for society to ‘get to the truth’ of what happened in the 1970s and 1980s.

But Mrs May told the BBC’s Andrew Marr show she was determined that the issues would be fully investigated.

She said: ‘We must as a society, I believe, get to the truth of that and because I think what we’re seeing is frankly – what we’ve already seen revealed – is only the tip of the iceberg on this issue.’

It came as Scotland Yard chief Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe insisted police are taking claims ‘seriously’ and promised there will be no cover-up.

He said: ‘We have got 40 detectives looking into these relatively new claims. There are a series of claims over a relatively long period of time and not all of them are linked, although in the public’s imagination they may be.

‘We have now had more recently this discussion or these claims about murder and, of course, that makes it even more serious.’

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