By Shirley Edwards
September 20, 2014
[These are my views as a woman living in England, on how the culture and spirit of my country has changed over 50 years. Why the country does not feel protected or strong any more, how it has lost, and is losing it values and decency, and how we are daily losing our free speech.]
The scales of justice haven’t been balanced for a very long time on the British Isles. Lady Justice only wears a blindfold these days. The sword of truth has grown rusty. A sense of true justice and righteousness is being destroyed in multi-cultural Britain, as it seems we are all daily exposed to a plethora of news stories which shock people to their core. Sometimes the plain injustice and pride often displayed by those in authority, who are meant to serve and protect us, and somehow cleverly scapegoat their responsibility, shows a very common thread.
Reports of how the innocent are relentlessly hounded, and the guilty are lightly excused, is creating a culture of fear, frustration, and division. How do we expose the plot without losing our minds?
Two news stories which have swept waves of darkness and alarm across the country this week show similarities to us all, despite their differences.
The sexual abuse and exploitation of up to 1400 children in the south Yorkshire town of Rotherham has now travelled the world.
We are truly a disgraced and dirty island.
The gruesome and disturbing details of how young, and mainly white children, some as young as 11, were groomed over a period spanning more than a decade, is not for the faint hearted. Reports of children being gang raped, beaten, threatened, and farmed out to men in other British cities for sexual pleasure, are now seeing the light of day.
The perpetrators, all reported as being men who were largely of Pakistani heritage, mirror recent identical stories of undercover paedophile and sex trafficking rings throughout other major cities.
It is reported that allegations were largely ignored by the police during that time and in so many cases, police action was taken out against the victims rather than the perpetrators.
It is reported:
• A 13-year-old girl was found drunk at 3am in a derelict house with a ‘large group of adult males’ who had plied her with vodka. She was arrested for a public order offence while the men walked away.
• A vulnerable white girl, known to have been abused from the age of 12, was offered Urdu and Punjabi lessons by Rotherham Council to 'educate her' [Link]
In the independent enquiry report which was carried out by Alexis Jay, and commissioned by the council’s chief executive Martin Kimber, there is reference to “staff describing their nervousness about identifying the ethnic origins of perpetrators for fear of being thought racist; others remembered clear direction from their managers not to do so”.
The case is widely being described as a ‘politically correct’ cover up, where silence for fear of creating cultural division and un-rest set the precedent. All at the expense of 1400 children.
Whilst the ‘lessons learned’ rhetoric will implement more safeguarding procedures, until it all happens again, you cannot help but think of those children who during their ordeals had to then go to public schools and be further subjected to a compulsory diet of even more sex education.
Although it is being highlighted that sex abuse is not inclusively carried out by one definitive culture, and that Britain is currently undergoing its fair share of paedophile/sex trafficking scandals, as in the case of celebrity Jimmy Saville, and the most recent allegations of a Whitehall paedophile ring, from within the British establishment; it still does signify that there is a certain historical time line to these events that are all carried out over many years, and where certain protections must have been afforded to those who committed such heinous crimes.
In most cases, it has been the bravery of an investigative journalist or researcher, who has delved deeper into those pits of hell, crossing the boundaries of compromise, to truly expose what racism is. [Link]
Father and Son
In the same week, it has been father Brett King from Southampton, who has stepped forward via social media and you tube, to make an impassioned plea, which has touched and moved the hearts of the British public.
After it was revealed that Hampshire Constabulary had obtained a European Arrest Warrant on the grounds of neglect, Mr King assured all those listening that his family only had the very best interests of their son in mind when they removed him from Southampton General Hospital. They were in a race to obtain a second opinion overseas for the proton beam therapy they wanted for their child.
Ashya King, who is aged 5, is seriously ill with a brain tumour.
It is reported that there had been disagreements between the family and the hospital in relation to the treatment, with the hospital insisting proton beam therapy would not help. From a news report, dated 12th September, it is claimed Mr King said that if he questioned anything as a father, he was told authorities would take away his son, not just for treatment, but until he was 16. Southampton Hospital denies this.
Because of the European Arrest Warrant (EAW) both parents were subsequently arrested, within days, handcuffed, and kept in a high security prison away from their seriously ill son in a foreign country. It was only because of social media that their plight became well known and obvious allegations of cruelty towards both parents and child rushed through their release.
Truth and common sense have now prevailed in the case of Mr King and his family. Ashya is now receiving the care and treatment his family want for him in Prague, and they are re-united.
Mr King appears to be a true father, who acted intuitively and quickly in what he thought was in his son’s best interests.
Both stories convey an abuse of powers which the British public are now growingly becoming accustomed to in many areas. In their frustration, the demise of the ordinary person’s power, in relation to the ‘higher ups’ is rapidly diminishing. Trust in justice is dying as the divide grows bigger. Good people now stay in the shadows, many are in denial. Some people will now only whisper behind closed doors on what they see wrong in our country.
From fear of appearing racist, to the over-whelming suppression of facts, political correctness and a designed common arrogance by some of those who are in positions of power, to lie, is being used in a clever ruse by evil, to give permission to itself to reign superior.
There is a psychological abuse being carried out, as well as the sexual abuse of our children. The very sly face of evil knows how to destroy. Dealing with injustice, without knowing there is ultimately a supreme justice, a goodness, which always triumphs, will destroy so many people.
With the fall away from common sense, and the increase in fear, this is the shame which is happening in the UK today.
child abuse: Calls for police commissioner to quit
2- The alleged paedophile ring at the heart of the British Establishment
3- Police turned a blind eye to sex grooming gangs for more than a decade, confidential files reveal
© 2014 Shirley Edwards - All Rights Reserve
Shirley Edwards was born and lives in Great Britain. She has always worked in administration, but have also taught and studied complimentary health. In administrative roles, she has worked within The Church of England. She also worked for some years as a volunteer within the hospice movement.
Shirley has an interest in all health issues, loves the British countryside, and enjoys writing. She is thankful for talk radio and loves listening.
Shirley has always been concerned about the loss of freedoms in her country, also the demise of America, a country she loves for the original reasons on which it was founded. She believe in the Pursuit of Genuine Happiness.