Saturday, 23 July 2011

DAVID CAMERON SURROUNDED BY SCOUNDRELS

THE TEXT OF DAVID CAMERON‘S SPEECH
Given to assorted homosexual activists 22nd June 2011

WHAT DAVID CAMERON DOES NOT REALISE IS THAT PETER TATCHELL WANTS TO ABOLISH THE AGE OF CONSENT. TATCHELL WANTS TO BRING IT DOWN TO 14 YEARS OLD, BUT FRIENDS OF HIS, SUCH AS WARREN MIDDLETON AND OTHERS IN THE PAEDOPHILE INFORMATION EXCHANGE WANT TO BE ABLE TO HAVE SEX WITH BABIES OF THREE YEARS OLD, AS TOM O CARROL STATED IN PAEDOPHILIA THE RADICAL CASE RECKONS THAT THREE YEAR OLD CHILDREN ARE ABLE TO GIVE CONSENT TO SEX.

PERHAPS DAVID CAMERON OUGHT TO HAVE INVITED SOME OF THE PEOPLE WHO HAVE BEEN RAPED AS CHILDREN AND LISTENED TO WHAT THEY HAVE TO SAY BEFORE HE INVITED ANY OF THESE PEOPLE ROUND. DAVID CAMERON SHOULD HAVE HAD A LOOK AT SOME OF THE SO CALLED GAY FORUMS WHICH ARE FREELY ACCESSABLE TO ALL AND SUNDRY ON THE INTERNET, AND WHICH SEEM TO CONSIST MAINLY OF GROWN MEN DROOLING AFTER LITTLE BOYS AND "TWINKS" AND POSTING SORDID PICTURES OF THEMSELVES HAVING SEXUAL GRATIFICATION.

I THOUGHT THE CONSERVATIVE PARTY WAS SUPPOSED TO BE ABOUT UPHOLDING DECENCY AND FAMILY VALUES? BUT NOW IN THE UK IF ANYONE DARES TO RAISE A WHISPER ABOUT THE BLATENT SEXUALISATION OF LITTLE CHILDREN IN THIS COUNTRY THEY ARE CALLED "HOMOPHOBIC". I AM NOT HOMOPHOBIC, BUT I DETEST PAEDOPHILES AND I DETEST BLASPHEMY

WHEN ARE YOU GOING TO INVITE PEOPLE LIKE HOLLIE AND ANNE GREIG AND ROBERT GREEN TO 10 DOWNING STREET MR CAMERON? WHEN ARE YOU GOING TO INVITE STUART SYVRET TO DOWNING STREET MR CAMERON? WHEN ARE YOU GOING TO INVITE ME TO 10 DOWNING STREET MR CAMERON? WE ARE ALL HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVISTS AS WELL, BUT, UNLIKE THOSE PEOPLE YOU INVITED BELOW, WE CAMPAIGN FOR THE RIGHTS OF THOSE MORE VULVERABLE THAN OURSELVES, THE ONES WHO DONT HAVE A VOICE, THE CHILDREN.


You‘re all extraordinarily welcome here at Number 10 Downing Street.

I‘m just sorry that because of the uncertainty over the weather, that while we‘re out, we‘re not out in the garden, like we were last year, I‘m afraid.

Ever since the government held drought talks, it hasn‘t stopped raining.

It‘s great to have this reception here today. I was just thinking, someone told me that if Sir Ian McKellen was here, I could say I had the Queen and Prince Phillip here for lunch yesterday, Sir Ian today. Who can say they‘ve had two of Britain‘s most prominent queens over in 48 hours? (Cue raucous ribald laughter.)

I think we‘ve got a lot to celebrate in Britain when it comes to issues for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. Recently, Britain was named the best place for gay equality in Europe. I don‘t think that means we should be complacent.

I think it is a huge testament to the work of the last government and I believe what this government has done as well. It‘s great to see politicians from all parties here. But I just want to say one thing that made me very proud in the House of Commons today, it was a Conservative member of parliament who stood up and congratulated the government on the reception for a section of society that wouldn‘t have happened years ago. Iain Stewart asked that question. I‘m proud he asked that question, I‘m proud I was able to answer it, it shows that all organisations can change.

There‘s a couple of things the government has done that I think have moved this agenda forward, which I want to mention. The first is actually laying the groundwork for having civil partnerships in religious institutions. I think that is a good step forward and I‘m glad that it‘s happening. I also think wiping the slate clean for consensual sexual offences for gay men, that is something we promised as a coalition and we have delivered. Another thing is the huge survey that is being carried out on transgender issues.

I think frankly though we have other areas where we could improve. But there are three I just wanted to mention tonight, that I think we should really focus on, not just as a government but as a country.

The first is the issue of homophobia in sport, and I think it‘s great that tonight, in Number 10, we‘ve got representatives and governing bodies of almost every single sport that I can think of, here signing a charter saying it‘s time to put an end to homophobia and trying to give sports stars who want to come out the confidence to come out.

It‘s a huge honour to have here in Number 10 Downing Street not just Gareth Thomas, not just Ben Cohen, who is doing great campaigning work, but also a great heroine of mine – and in Wimbledon week, amazing to get her here – Billie Jean King.

But frankly there‘s a lot more we need to do. There is an absolutely tiny number of sports personalities who have felt able to come out and we should be doing far more for those who don‘t feel comfortable enough to do that. And that links to the second issue that I want to mention and that is the issue of homophobic bullying in schools, which is still a huge problem in our country.

And frankly, the two issues are interlinked because young people need role models and if we don‘t have enough role models, enough positive role models, then behaviour won‘t change. So I think that while government clearly has a huge role, in making sure we tackle bullying, in making sure headteachers have the powers they need and making sure we address the issue properly, it‘s not just a government problem or a legal problem, it‘s a societal problem. Sport has a massive influence.

The third issue, where I think we are making progress as a government, and I think an area where we have the ability to make progress, is the fact that gay people can be appallingly treated in other parts of the world, particularly in Africa.

Now, we‘ve had to make a lot of difficult decisions as a government and we‘ve had to make lots of tough decisions but I‘m very proud of the fact, in spite of the fact that it‘s not always popular, we have made the difficult, but I believe the right, decision, to maintain a commitment to 0.7 per cent of our national income going in aid to the poorest countries by 2013. It‘s a huge commitment for Britain to make, alone in the world. Everywhere is breaking their promises … we are keeping our promises to the poorest people in the world. And I think this is right morally because as a rich country, we should be helping the poorest people in the world.

But it also has a spin-off benefit of giving us some moral authority in the world to talk to other leaders and governments about our relationship with them and what we expect from them. I‘m very proud of the fact we [put] huge pressure on the leader of Malawi about an issue in that country but I‘m convinced we can do more. We have got the ability to speak to African leaders, African governments, about this issue that I know concerns everyone here tonight. And it concerns me.

22 comments:

Zoompad said...

I want to come to 10 Downing Street so that I can show David Cameron some things.

Cameron is probably a really nice man, but he really doesn't seem to be able to see through the facade that some people put up to hide their real agenda.

I was really shocked when I first read this, but now I just think that he really has no idea of the background of all of this.

I'm praying for David Cameron, to have his eyes opened, to be able to see the motives of the people who are fawning at his door. I am asking God to let him see through the flattery and lies, and see the plain simple truth that God can see.

I am sure David Cameron is probably a decent man at heart, but just keeps getting take in by two faced people with hidden agendas. I hope other people will also pray for him, the Lord said to pray for our Government.

Zoompad said...

I am going to pray online so that other people can join in, I hope people reading this will join my prayer for our Prime Minister.

Zoompad said...

Dear Lord Jesus,
You see all the world, and we only see a little tiny bit of it. You can see it all at once with your big eyes. Please can you help our Prime Minister David Cameron? Can you show him wherever he has been tricked? Can you please help other members of his own party to help him and not to despise him when he makes mistakes? We all make mistakes Lord, so we should not be harsh to someone who genuinly makes a mistake, especially if thye mistake is made because the person has a kind heart.

I am not going to pray about those wicked ones Lord. I would not know what to pray for.

Please help our Government Lord.

Thank you for hearing my prayer

Love Barbara xx

Zoompad said...

Teresa May was going to meet me a few years ago, but they told her I was a "loose cannon" and they called me a religious nutjob and other wicked names.

I wanted to show Teresa May some things about Richard Gardner and Ralph Underwager. I wanted to show her all the people who invited Gardner to lecture all over the world.

I dont care if anyone wants to call me a religious nutjob or other wicked names, but I do care that my country is not stopping paedophiles from destroying the lives of children. I dont have any secret agenda, I only have modest ambitions, I hate doing all this campaigning, I would like to be able to stop it, but how can I when paedophilia is rife in this country and when you see your own Prime Minister getting conned? I want to do some nice things that I like doing, craft work and riding horses and playing my guitar, instead of being stuck on a computer. I hate going to London, its too noisy there for me, but because of the paedophile rings and vthe police not doing anything about them I keep having to go to London to rallies at Trafalger Square. I should not be having to do that, because the police should do the job they are paid to do, and arrest paedophiles and the judges should put them in jail.

Zoompad said...

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Graham McWilliam was appointed Group Director of Corporate Affairs in March 2008. He is responsible for Corporate Communications, Consumer and Content PR, Internal Communications, Policy & Public Affairs, and Sky’s Bigger Picture programme. He sits on the board of the Sky Pro Cycling team. Graham was previously Director of Corporate Communications and Policy, and before that Deputy Head of Strategy. He joined Sky in April 2000 from the BBC where he was Head of Television Strategy.

Zoompad said...

TITLE: RTS Cambridge Convention: Riding Out the Storm DATE: 16 September 2009 SPEAKER(S): Confirmed speakers: (Via satellite) Eric Schmidt, Rt Hon Ben Bradshaw MP, Dawn Airey, Tess Alps, Peter Bazalgette, Emily Bell, Tony Cohen, Alex Connock, John Cresswell, Mike Darcey, Mark Dodson, Andy Duncan, Stephanie Flanders, Michael Grade CBE, John Hardie, Andy Harries, Steve Hewlett, Jeremy Hunt MP, Luke Johnson, Martha Kearney, Oona King, Mark Lawson, Elaine Pyke, Paul Reynolds, Ed Richards, Ben Stephenson, Mark Thompson and Gerhard Zeiler
VENUE: Kings College
CambridgeUnited Kingdom

Zoompad said...

Opening keynote: Rt Hon Ben Bradshaw MP Secretary of state, DCMS Click here to read the speech.

Confirmed speakers:

Dawn Airey Chair and CEO, Five

Tess Alps Chief executive, Thinkbox

Peter Bazalgette Digital investor

Emily Bell Director of digital content, Guardian News and Media

Tony Cohen Chief executive, FremantleMedia

Alex Connock Chief executive, Ten Alps

John Cresswell Chief operating offi cer, ITV

Mike Darcey COO, BSkyB

Mark Dodson CEO, Guardian Media Group Regional Media

Andy Duncan Chief executive, Channel 4

Stephanie Flanders Economics editor, BBC

John Hardie Chief executive, ITN

Andy Harries Managing director, Left Bank Pictures

Steve Hewlett Broadcaster and consultant

Jeremy Hunt MP Shadow secretary of state, CMS

Michael Grade CBE Executive Chairman ITV plc

Luke Johnson Chair, Channel 4

Martha Kearney Presenter, The World at One, BBC

Oona King Head of Diversity Channel 4 Television

Mark Lawson Author and broadcaster

Elaine Pyke Commissioning editor, drama, Sky One

Paul Reynolds Managing Director, Deutsche Bank

Ed Richards Chief executive, Ofcom

Ben Stephenson Controller of drama commissioning, BBC

Mark Thompson Director-general, BBC

Gerhard Zeiler Chief executive, RTL Group

Eric Schmidt and Ben Bradshaw headline RTS Cambridge Convention

Eric Schmidt, Google’s Chairman and Chief Executive and Ben Bradshaw, Secretary of State DCMS, will headline this year’s Royal Television Society Cambridge Convention.

Zoompad said...

The Convention, titled “RIDING OUT THE STORM” will take place at Kings College, Cambridge from 16 - 18 September. The programme is being planned by BBC Director General Mark Thompson, Chair of the Convention Advisory Committee. The Convention will offer two days of lively and thought provoking debate.

Explaining the theme, Mark Thompson said:

“New technologies, new delivery systems and new audience behaviours present opportunities and challenges for every established content player around the world. Combine that with a rapid and steep fall in advertising revenue and the hunt for a viable business model that will work in the digital era becomes all the more urgent.

In ‘Riding Out the Storm’, we'll explore how the British media industry can adapt to ensure itself a strong and vibrant future. Beyond short term survival strategies, how do you future proof and innovate to emerge stronger? What are the best ways of guaranteeing quality original content? From journalism to drama, where will the money come from and where are the new markets?"

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T: 020 7317 5400

Principal Sponsors

RTS Cambridge Convention - Planning Committee

Mark Thompson BBC (chair), Dawn Airey - Five, Peter Bazalgette, Jim Beveridge - Microsoft, John Cresswell - ITV, Andy Duncan - Channel 4, Carolyn Fairbairn - ITV, Eileen Gallagher - Shed Poductions, Wayne Garvie - BBC Worldwide, John Hardie, Lorraine Heggessey - TalkbackThames, Janice Hughes - Spectrum Value Partners, David Kogan - Reel Enterprises, Nicholas Kroll -BBC, Paul Lee - Deloitte, David Lynn - MTV Network UK and Ireland, Graham McWilliam - BSkyB, Stewart Purvis - Ofcom, Sue Robertson - Five, Peter Salmon - BBC, Simon Shaps, Joanna Shields, Tim Suter - Perspective Associates, John Tate - BBC, Nick Toon - Channel 4, Ed Williams - BBC, Paul Zwillenberg - OC&C Strategy Consultants
See booking form for full details
http://www.rts.org.uk./bookingform
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Zoompad said...

This is really odd. This massive meeting of all the media chiefs, and RTS, the manager of Deuche Bank and all sorts. You would thin k that with all these important people being presebt there would be something in the media about it, but this is the first I have heard of it!

Zoompad said...

RTS are the ones who gave an award to Channel TV for discrediting a police investigation into child abuse at Jersey. David Rose from MI5 was involved in that, he was involved in the Operation Ore cover up as well.

This is really sinister, and I hope David Cameron will get some of his cabinet who really care about stopping corruption to have a good look at what has been going on here. Now I am really sure Cameron is not a wicked man but that he has been tricked.

Zoompad said...

ANOTHER CHOICE SNIPPET FROM THE BLOG OF DOOM:

"Anonymous said...
I think we should all thank Rico for his persistance in highlighting the subject of leaks to UK Journalists, because his work coupled with the timing of the News of the World scandal was as dam perfect as you could ever wish for, so well done! :-0."

The timing of the NOTW scandal? Now that is very interesting! And who is he saying well done to? I think I already know the answer to that question.

Anonymous said...

the pedophile-jewish (and check Jewish transvestites too) thing, check kabbalah - 'golden dawn' stuff-
some Jewish families believe incest to be normal part of life
- see kabbalah- I knew a girl who had a regular affair
with her brother as a child, she was very sexualy active age 12-
this is NORMAL for them (loving too) but the parents tell the kids not to
say anything as gentiles wouldn't understand - so it's
all OK and 'loving' to them but to us, no. They grow
up believing sex as children is part of family life
fun, sexy and loving. It's normal to them. Not all
but the wider Jewish community don't approve
see 'jews against zionists' - Hitler was a zionist, they
killed their own and planned ww2. Not all Jews do that
but it's very common.

Zoompad said...

Well, Jewish people shouldn't be doing that, because according to their own books of Moses which the Jews and Christians both hold as the Word of God incest is strictly forbidden!

Anonymous said...

You are clearly homophobic or else very, very mixed up, ignorant and naive. Homosexuals are not paedophiles. Why do you persist in muddying lots of different topics together?
You are the one needing your eyes opened.
There is clearly no point in trying to dialogue with you though, since monologue is your preferred stance and you DO NOT LISTEN, only ever hearing what you want to hear, twisitng things to suit your own warped agenda. So very sad.

Anonymous said...

Note: My articles urging an age of consent of 14 are motivated solely by a desire to reduce the criminalisation of under-16s who have consenting relationships with other young people of similar ages.



I do not support adults having sex with children.


I do not advocate teenagers having sex before the age of 16.



But if they do have sex before their 16th birthday, they should not be arrested, given a criminal record and put on the sex offenders register.



Perhaps the ideal solution would be that the age of consent remains at 16 but that sexual behaviour involving young people under 16 should not be criminalised, providing there is informed consent, no one is harmed and there is no more than two or three years difference in their ages. This would end the criminalisation of similar-aged young people, while protecting the under-16s against sexual abuse by those much older.



I hope this reassures you - Peter Tatchell

Zoompad said...

No it doesn't reassure me at all.

I was actually one of those children criminalised for having underage sex. I was subjected to an illegal and cruel violation of my body, by Stafford police, who forced me to submit to an internal examination, in front of 4 male policemen, a policewoman and a male police surgeon performing the clinical rape I waqs subjected to. The 4 male policemen were there to hold my arms and legs down if I refused to let the police surgeon violate my body. I was 13 years old when they did this to me. My parents were not contacted - I had run away from home, run away from being raped and knocked about by my brother.

I had no solicitor, noone from Social Services and no guardian with me, what the Stafford Police did to me that day was 100% illegal. I could hear the men laughing and joking when they did it to me. I was so frightened, because I had never had anything like that happen to me before, an internal investigation, so I had absolutly no idea what the police surgeon was doing, and I could hear metal sounds inside me, and I was very frightened because I thought the police surgeon was putting knives inside me, because thats what it sounded like to me. I felt really ill afterwards and the police called my dad and he took me home and I was shivering and could hardly walk, because I was in shock, because basically I had just been raped by the police.

Lowering the age of consent will do nothing at all to protect children. It wouldnt have protected me at all. The police didnt like our family, because my brothers were always in trouble with the police, and a horrible cane wielding pervert had abused both my brothers, they were allowed to cane children when I was young and some of the teachers loved their canes, they caned boys for fun, and I saw them doing it. My brother it turned him funny, I know thats what made him go funny, my dad was a nice man and never hurt us kids, it was the teachers.

Zoompad said...

My dad was kind and tried to be a good dad but I ended up getting abused and my brothers did and my brother turned funny, he was a big bully, he knocked me about, I was scared of his fists, I was his poison pot, I was the person he could take his aggression out of when there wasnt anyone else. That teacher, he used to come in with his cane in the morning and whgack the boys, the boys were trying not to cry, but some of them did and he used to threaten to whack them again if they didnt stop snivelling, he was a total bastard, he was so big and we were only little kids.

Lowering the age of consent will give perverts like him the open door to do horrible things to kids, kids dont have any voice, noone wants to listen to kids, they get accused of making things up, or people brush it aside saying stuff like "They were no angels" to justify them getting abused. The kids that end up sexualised, whose doing that? The kids just want to be kids, I only wanted to do kids stuff, horse riding, dancing, swimming, going fishing for sticklebacks, and didnt know what sex was till I got raped, I didnt know anything about having sex, I thought kissing was sex, and they called me an 11 year old whore.

Zoompad said...

They blighted my life with their lies, and they put me in a psychiatric hospital with all drug dealers and prostitutes and schizophrenic people as a "place of safety", ironically enough the patients were kind to me, some of them and one lady a prostitute tried to look out for me, she made me promise never to take LSD and I never did, she told me about prostitution, I was so naive, I had no idea "slags" as they were called got paid, I thought they just did it because they wanted to. But the newspaper called me Lolota and after that I got treated in a terrible way by doctors ect because they put it on my medical recors, then, they took it out when I complained, I didnt ask them to take it out, they didnt have muy permission to change my meds, they did that without my consent

Zoompad said...

I want to go to 10 Downing St and I want to talk to David Cameron, not to tell him off orr anything but just to explain to him what happens top people who are abused as children. We get blamed for the abuse, its so wicked and cruel. For heavens sake, how the hell can an 11 year old virgin corrupt a 15 year old sexually active teenager? Yet thats what has been written about me! Its blighted my life, and I have battled for 40 years for a public apology and an assurance that the malicious vindictive vpersecution I have repeatedly been subjected to will come to an end. I have been persecuted to kingdom come over this, all us Pindown survivors have, my solicitor Richard Wise - hes dead now - he was helping us, they were deliberatly criminalising us, or maliciously driving us to suicide. Its wicked what we Pindown survivors have endured. Lowering the age of consent, all that would do is make it even easier for children to be abused, because they would say we gave consent!

Zoompad said...

David Cameron is probably a nice man, but he has not heard our side of the story, the survivors of institutional child abuse, because there are people blocking us from being able to get our voices heard. You get on telly all the time Peter Tatchell, but we get blocked out, its really terrible, the Pindown enquiry, it should be available for everyone to read in the public libraries or online, well I am one of the survivors of Pindown and I have been denied the chance to read the full report! How can that be right? And the Hansard debate, they said it is for our own good, well thats a load of rubbish, I was persecuted 7 years in the secret family courts, they were deliberatly trying to wear me down, the Lord looked after me though, and I was repeatedly and illegally threatened with jail and other threats by my own legal team and Judge Anthony Cleary, and even kept against my will crying and screaming to please be let out and allowed to go home and Lisa Haughton and Jane Buckley tried to force me to sign documents against my will , they kept threatening me, saying the Judge would think I was being awkward, and I said I must take them home I cant read them properly and dont understand them, they just kept on and on and on and I had a headache, I was crying they wouldnt let Victim Support in, then the men came running in with a glass of water, I escaped from them and lay in the snow undser a bush in Stafford park and fell asleep, I was so traumatised and a friend took me home, how can anyone be treated in such an appalling way, I feel sick every time I go near that blasted place, Stafford Court, that building makes me feel really sick because of what they did.

Zoompad said...

Liberty knows all about this, because I contacted them twice, at least twice, it might have been more times than that because I had my computer hacked and three months of emails stolen,. but noone cares about us Pindown survivors being hacked, we are just like piles of dog poo, to be kicked away into long grass. We dont have any rights, Liberty would not help me, neither would Stafford Police, the Met, Rape Crisis, the Church, two Archbishops couldnt help, none of the MPs or prime ministers, Womens Aid couldnt or wouldnt either, Amnesty International said they couldnt do anything, and I wrote to every National newspaper, Mind, Lord Rix and other Lords, and every MP is the British Isles, noone could do a sausage. I asked the Lord Jesus to help me though and he showed me all about Richard Gardner and Ralph Underwager, and when they tried to accuse me of PAS in court I heard them even though they were out of earshot, in a secret meeting, all the room went still, and I just heard them talking about me, it was weird, the Lord did something, he made me hear a conversation that ought to have been impossible for me to hear, then I confronted them and told them not to accuse me of having something a paedophile invented, the Lord put the words in my mouth, and they were so shocked because I wasnt supposed to know anythin g about it, but the Lord works in mysterious ways and defends the weak, and he looked after me

Zoompad said...

No I'm not homophobic, but I am ignorant, so are you, do you know how the first star was created? No you dont, neither do I so you are just as ignorant as me, no need to have any chip on your shoulder then have you? yes, I am naive, I keep getting taken in by people, I might be naive about David Cameron being a nice man, he might be a horrible man for all I know, but he doesnt look like he is to me, maybe a bit naive as well, he did say he had learnt a lot this last few weeks though. I think he is just rtrying to do his best to run the country, its a very hard job, but it would be a lot easier to do if there were less scoundrels around him trying to pull a fast one all the time.

I'm not homophobic, I dont care what gay people do, its none of my business, it says in the Bible that its wrong but thats between them and God, not me. But child abuse is my business, its everyones business and I think it is really disgusting to post things up about little boy film stars aged 9 or 10 and drooling over them like sex objects on so called gay forums, thats not being gay, thats being a frigging paedophile, the police should be stopping them doing that, and trying to force sex down their throats from sunrise to sunset.