With his reputation set to be smashed to pieces; Matt Taylor finds himself in the position of his own making. Karma is a Bitch; and Taylor is its latest victim having accused a number of celebrities, (including Russell Brand, Prince Charles and the Queen of England), of being paedophiles and members of international paedophile rings.
Theresa May’s track record of managing Public Inquiries, holds as much credibility and confidence as her ability to make a reasoned decision and stick to it.
As soon as she announced the Public Inquiry she came under immediate fire for not making it independent. The impression it gives is that by not making it independent, any wrong doing placed at the feet of ex and serving ministers can be better controlled and whitewashed, than if an independent body were in charge.
Already the ‘Gavin Barwell’ connection has come to the forefront, in which the prepubescent public school boy, (who I imagine still needs his mummy to wipe his bottom for him), rudely ignores questions abut his involvement, (as the then Housing Minister), about kicking the issue of tower block fire safety into the long grass.
It makes it all the more toxic for the embattled Prime Minister that the very same Gavin Barwell, is now 10 Downing Street’s Chief of Staff, swiftly employed after the resignations of the PM’s closest advisors, Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill.
Remember the Child Abuse Public Inquiry Fiasco?
With no mention during the doomed snap 2017 General Election, the last Public Inquiry Theresa May ordered was into child abuse. Now on its fourth chair person in as many years, the nation is no closer to knowing the truth about the scale of child abuse in the UK.
David Cameron once described child abuse in the UK to be on an ‘industrial scale’. With something so contentious, disturbing and urgent, May appointed Baroness Butler-Sloss in July 2014, but watched her step down only 6 days later due to her obvious conflicts of interest of her brother being the Attorney General while cases of child abuse were (or were not) being investigated.
Then came the appointment of the then Lord Mayor of London, Fiona Woolf, who stood stand when her friendship with Leon Brittan hit the headlines, himself accused of alleged sexual abuse.
Third time lucky- not; after the February 2015 appointment of New Zealand High Court judge Dame Lowell Goddard, who stood down due to the stress of conducting a Public Inquiry that would ultimately disgrace and possibly bring down the entire British political establishment.
Now on its fourth chair person, Professor Alexis Jay; the Child Abuse Public Inquiry has about as much credibility as Theresa May’s leadership.
“It was almost as if Theresa May was sabotaging the inquiry with no regard for the victims who still required answers.”
More alarming is the suggestion that the PM could even be instrumental in the cover-up of crimes committed by her father against children.
Published on The Swamp media website is an article by Johnny Vedmore titled, ‘Theresa May’s Father – The Serial Killer, The Traveller’s Daughter, and the Cover Ups’; he claims Theresa May’s campaign team deleted all web addresses linked to her father, Hubert Brasier, a Church of England chaplain.
The only explanation Vedmore offers is that the PM fears her father could be linked to parliamentary paedophiles operating from the infamous Elm Guest House, through the connection with the Diocese of Chichester.
As the following extract from the article demonstrates:
The Serial Killer
The following year, in 1953, Hubert became the Chaplain All Saints at Eastbourne Hospital in Sussex. Over the next 6 years he would work alongside the famous serial killer Dr John Bodkin Adams. For those who are unaware of Dr John Bodkin Adams, he was believed to be the Harold Shipman of his age. He would usually prey upon his more elderly patients, convincing them to put him in their wills, of which over 130 complied. They were soon given an injection by Bodkin Adams, and would conveniently pass away of ‘natural causes’ soon after. On review more than 165 of the deaths that Dr Bodkin Adams oversaw were seen as suspicious. The suspicion was not a well kept secret amongst staff at Eastbourne Hospital, most of the nurses had voiced their concerns to their superiors. They were believed to have been ignored on purpose, as the newly founded NHS was considered to be under political threat and a scandal that could see a general practitioner sentenced to death was to be avoided at all cost. The problem was Dr Bodkin Adams just couldn’t stop himself. He was being protected by Lord Gwynne who was believed to be his secret gay lover, and was an extremely well connected politician.
Hubert Brasier would have given last rights to many of those killed by Adams, he may have even taken confession from Bodkin Adams himself, who when asked by the press if he was guilty of stealing from old women said ‘I have made my peace with God over that’. Eastbourne Hospital is where it is believed that Theresa May’s mother Zaidee Mary Barnes met Hubert Brasier for the first time. Hubert was 11 years her senior and Zaidee had already been diagnosed with MS, and was a regular visitor to Eastbourne Hospital. Whether or not in the 1950’s society it was considered appropriate for a celibate hospital chaplain to marry a patient, that is what happened in 1955. Zaidee and Hubert were married in Reading in front of Zaidee’s father Reginald James Barnes whose profession is recorded in the wedding certificate as a ‘Traveller’. On October 1st 1956 Theresa Brasier was born in Eastbourne hospital. The following year Dr John Bodkin Adams would be acquitted of murder in a trail that was an obvious cover up, however he was convicted on 8 counts of forging a prescription, 4 counts of making false statements on cremation forms, and 3 offences under the Dangerous Drugs Act 1951. He would be temporarily struck of the NHS, only to be reinstated in 1961 when the proverbial dust had settled.
As Vedmore asks; “So what is it that you fear Mrs May? The truth about your colleagues, or is it something much closer to home? Maybe May is terrified of people connecting her with the name Brasier?”
Through her evident lack of sympathy and compassion displayed towards the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire inferno, to the total lack of back-bone towards major political policy, Theresa May has shown her true colour’s and has proved to the British public that while she sneers at a Labour victory as a Collision of Chaos (of which she is now forming with the Democratic Unionist Party of Northern Island), she’s currently managing a Leadership of Lunacy, in which the only victims are ultimately the British public and it’s children.
Collision of Chaos v’s Leadership of Lunacy.
If you thought things couldn’t get any worse for the embattled PM Theresa May? Think again… Things just got a lot worst. In fact it’s fair to say, things have just got a lot more surreal…
Read on if you dare!
According to the nation’s most controversial conspiracy theorist, (and no, I’m not talking about David Icke), but in fact Chris Spivey; Theresa May doesn’t really exist. She’s a creation of a secret department in the British government; a created persona used for their own nefarious ends, just as Diana Spencer and Madeleine McCann.
Listening to Theresa May speak outside Downing Street on April 18, the public could be forgiven for believing that the reason for the general election was to bring clarity to the Brexit negotiations. The timing of May’s u-turn on going to the voters tells a different story: It’s coming as the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) prepares to announce the prosecution of 30 senior Tories for electoral fraud.
If found guilty, this group of MPs and their staff face prison time. Worse yet, the prosecutions would force by-elections across the country, and losing their seats would cost May her 17-seat majority in the House of Commons—spelling the end of May’s tenure as prime minister.
By holding a general election, the risk of by-elections disappears, bringing some stability to the government. But it does not resolve the problem of the prosecutions themselves, which the CPS says it will make an announcement on in late May or early June.
In all likelihood, there will be MPs standing for re-election on June 8 who are also facing jail.
The problems come because the Conservatives failed to properly declare the spending on their 2015 Battlebus. Trained activists were bussed into marginal seats and, using sophisticated software, they were able to pinpoint the small number of voters who would decide the election.
In the UK, there are strict campaign spending limits for both national parties and local candidates. So far, the MPs (many of whom had spent up to their limits anyway) have claimed that they thought the spending was part of the national campaign, and they may well be right. Unfortunately, the national party did not declare the spending, either.
The Conservatives have apologized for this “oversight” and are keen to make clear that they spent less than they were allowed to anyway. The problem is that when MPs, campaign managers and party officials sign their expenses, they certify that they are accurate.
It is illegal to make a mistake—accidental or otherwise. In any case, failure to remember that you had five buses traveling to every key area of the country stretches credibility.
If the Conservatives deliberately concealed their spending, they did so for a very simple reason: to make it harder for Labour Party to copy the strategy. The party knew Labour were watching closely and desperately wanted to replicate the success of the Battlebus.
After the election, Labour strategists were bound to pour over the expenses return to glean key details about how the project worked. Failure to declare could sidestep this problem.
Fourteen police forces are investigating individuals within the Conservative Party. They worked together to secure a 12-month extension to investigate the fraud.
There have been calls for the MPs under investigation to stand down, but this looks unlikely. One of the seats being investigated is thought to be Thanet South, where the Conservatives narrowly beat Nigel Farage.
Andre Walker is a Lobby Correspondent covering the work of the British Parliament and Prime Minister. Before studying journalism at the University of London he worked as a political staffer for 15 years. You can follow him on Twitter @andrejpwalker
“There is a danger, if we’re not careful, that this can turn into a sort of witch-hunt, particularly against people who are gay.”
3. David Cameron vowed to leave no stone unturned in the quest to expose prominent paedophiles in high office, but then goes onto leave every stone unturned.
“If there’s anything more to look at it must be looked at. Really, there must be no stone unturned in these matters. So, I welcome what the Home Secretary has announced and let’s make sure that anything that can be discovered, any additional fact that can discovered is actually found.”
4. David Cameron attended parties during which copious amounts of cocaine was snorted.
“And ideas also based on conspiracy: that Jews exercise malevolent power; or that Western powers, in concert with Israel, are deliberately humiliating Muslims, because they aim to destroy Islam. In this warped worldview, such conclusions are reached – that 9/11 was actually inspired by Mossad to provoke the invasion of Afghanistan; that British security services knew about 7/7, but didn’t do anything about it because they wanted to provoke an anti-Muslim backlash.”
7. David Cameron once suck his penis into a dead’s pig head as part of an initiation ceremony into an elite secret society.
8. David Cameron started out in politics on the recommendation of Buckingham Palace.
A phone call was received by Tory HQ from Buckingham Palace stating, “I understand you are to see David Cameron… I am ringing to say you are about to meet a remarkable young man.”
9. Loose lips sink ships; David Cameron was once overheard gossiping with the former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg, that Queen Elizabeth II “purred down the line” when he informed her that Scotland had voted against independence.