this is very interesting, at my childrens home where i was in the 70s boys were being taken out for the day by known homosexuals.
we wrote several times toa black activist nutjob called paul boating,
he did zillch, nothing and sod all about our letters of young boys being taken out and screwed by these poofs.
20 June 2013 00:28"
I don't know if this is the same person being referred to, but the Labour MP Paul Boateng was the first Minister for Young People, and his Wikepedia entry is very interesting, look at this:
"With Labour's victory, Boateng became the UK's first black government minister as Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department of Health, where he was responsible for social services and mental health. In that position, he published guidelines to end the denial of adoptions purely on the basis of race.
In 1998 Boateng became a Minister of State at the Home Office and subsequently became Number 2 Minister at the home Office. He was made a Privy Councilor in 1999. He earned a reputation for being tough on crime, particularly with regards to aggressive begging on the streets. He also worked with Eric Holder, who was then Deputy Attorney General, and Louis Freeh, then Director of the FBI on issues related to international drug trafficking and interdiction.
His portfolio was expanded in 2000, and he became the first Minister for Young People, where his priority was to listen to and be a voice for Britain's youth. He launched the Youth, Citizenship and Social Change programme, then the UK's largest research project designed to examine social exclusion and promoting citizenship among young people. He also played a leading role in establishing and launching the £450m Children's Fund designed to tackle child poverty. Boateng's ministerial colleagues encouraged him to stand as the Labour candidate to be the Mayor of London; however, he ruled himself out and strongly criticised his former GLC colleague Ken Livingstone. Boateng supported the candidacy of Frank Dobson, with whom he had served in the Department of Health."