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If you have any interest in: Ufology, Paranormal, Angling, Paganism, the Eco-system and general controversy then this may just be the place for you. I am a published author of books concerning these particular topics...

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Friday, 12 February 2016

Woodvale development plan falls through - so what next?

February update

The long-awaited Sandbrook Way Development Plan has apparently collapsed, according to Southport press reports. This news has reportedly left both the town’s MP and Council frustrated at the lack of progress.

The old Brook building is dangerous and especially in high winds. Therefore, who will be legally accountable when someone gets hit on the head by flying planks etc in a storm? Will it take a tragedy before officials finally pull their fingers out and get the slums sorted out, once and for all?

It cannot be left like this whilst officials argue the toss over the problems of development.

The situation is critical for some residents and has been for a long time

OTS News posted the following…

'Shoreline Housing located Mr Alan Wiles, wife and daughter in one of the old shops on Sandbrook Way, Ainsdale. Shoreline Housing currently care for over 200 tenants in the Southport. Shoreline housing state that it will provide support to all its tenants, but some need more hands on work than others. In Mr Alan Wiles case, Shoreline Housing will not do anything about the dangerously poor living conditions of this two bedroom flat.'

Hidden agendas are the ones that create the most damage in many communities! 

It's 'Not acceptable to waste your taxes,' cried  Ainsdale’s belligerent Tories (in their infantile March 2015, propaganda sheet) after Woodvale  residents put forward sensible proposals to improve the Sandbrook Way area with ‘movable’ (not static) planters etc.  

Many residents however suspected at that time that the blinkered Tory refusal was not really about funding but because the proposals were NOT THEIR IDEA and that they had come from hard-campaigning residents, which the Ainsdale Tories were at loggerheads with over other issues.

Reading between the lines, one may be forgiven for asking why things are never quite as they seem with the two largely invisible Tory councillors, Hartill and Jones. 

Some of us have also called for the Sandbrook Way area to be utilised for improved health facilities both for our children and those in need of dementia care. Please sign our petition…

Cllr Haydn Preece, who has been working consistently on the state of the area and rehousing residents and businesses, believes that the idea, "Is a wonderful proposal."

Naturally, such proposals to help the Ainsdale community would not interest our dismal Conservative politicians who never supported our hard fight to save the Brookdale Dementia Care Centre, even though it was in their own ward.

A local Brookdale campaigner stated at the time.

“We have had really good support during this hard battle from Labour and the Libdem people. They have been visiting the place regularly and seeing what they can do to help, yet Conservative councillors, Terry Jones and Ted Hartill, have been totally invisible and never came anywhere near the fight. It has been stated that they are, ‘Dementia – unfriendly’ and in this instance this is a true fact. In the end we won the fight so these two Tories were not even needed, but it would have been nice to know they actually had some compassion for the families suffering under the axe of closure. They let us all down badly.”

Some politicians appear to care about their community, whilst others clearly do not! 

Woodvale, in Ainsdale Southport, remains as one classic example of this truth!  
What exactly do we pay them for and why do residents permit this insanity to continue? 

Thankfully, the Brookdale battle was won but with no help from these councillors, Hartill and Jones. 

So we are currently stuck in Woodvale with two distant Tory councillors. And one LibDem councillor who is apparently blocked from any helpful community-beneficial advancement by these two self-seeking politicians, at each and every turn. HOW DOES THIS DUMMY-SPITTING EVER HELP THE LOCAL COMMUNITY?

These Tory councillors are as easy to access as Scotch mist and appear to have made an art of being invisible to residential needs. These days they appear to rely largely upon 'Eager to please' / Yes Men candidates to do their bidding; plus of course the odd 'anonymous' (gutless) internet troll that backs their every move! 

OTS News has previously exposed the laughable offering of Tory candidates that residents are apparently expected to 'depend' upon... 

Needless to say, all but one of these 'candidates' were elected after this revealing video.. 

Ainsdale's Conservative answer to Laurel and Hardy  have made stupid mistake after mistake and these blatant errors have been well reported online over the previous couple of years. 

One may reasonably ask, has their questionable behaviour effectively trashed the previous hard work of others 'before' them?  

Rest assured, none of this goes unnoticed.  

Oddly, the local  newspapers will not dare report the provable truth behind the Woodvale debacle (but why?) and continue to keep Southport residents in the darkness of censored ignorance so readers have to find the facts elsewhere.


Then again, we have the on-going fiasco of one Conservative councillor (Ted Hartill) who made a community circus act out of the highly valuable Woodvale Woodland Project (WWP).

Some adults can admit when they are wrong, whilst others regrettably never can. 

Hartill in fact blatantly admitted that he was using aspects of the Woodvale and Ainsdale Community Association (WACA) – engineered project to be seen as a, “Good Councillor Ted”…

Tory Group Leader, Cllr Terry Jones, was politely asked to intercede for the benefit of all parties concerned when this situation originally blew up in 2013. Jones however made timorous excuses ‘not’ to get involved and ended up unwisely backing his Tory councillor chum ‘against’ local resident volunteer whistle-blowers.

Making the wrong judgments does seem to be a skill that some are most proficient at and this is a classic example. 

Jones could have easily sorted the issue out in 'adult fashion' but instead he effectively fueled additional discontent by his apathetic conduct. 

In fact such was the ambiguous and unhelpful mannerism of this politician that he later went on to unwisely threaten whistle-blowers with legal action

His silly threat was however sent packing with a suitable response and he vanished once again... 

Most certainly an 'ongoing' issue to watch …

See also…



Judge's 'First Place' Photographic award given to Southport Author, Pat Regan  

Well that's a very nice surprise - I just picked up a 'First place' award in an international  Pixoto Photography Contest with a macro shot that I took with my last Fuji (S4800) camera. 

Not too bad out of 577 entries in this challenge competition ...

This was pleasing as I always love taking shots of nature and particularly butterflies and birds...

It just goes to show that one does NOT need all the most expensive DSLR photographic gear to reach the mark with such challenges and that bridge cameras are banging  the pressure on in such areas... 

Before this win I manged a second and seventh place in other contests 

This 'Street Performers' competition  had 175 entrants.

172 entries were in the Winter Moons challenge ..

Thanks Pixoto for the inspiration to continue ... 

Now on OTS News

Tuesday, 9 February 2016

Close encounter with UFO near to RAF Cosford

 Historically significant sighting is revealed  


Pat Regan, Southport author and researcher 

I was recently contacted by a lady called Judy Lugg. Judy had been reading my book, UFO:  The Search for Truth, and initially had not realised just how many strange sightings there were.  She went on to present me with fascinating data regarding some historical British UFO events.

Rather than put any opinions on these sightings I shall simply report Judy’s words as they were given to me as below.  Over to Judy…

“My mother saw this and a more sane and honest person than she never lived. In about 1975 (not sure of the year exactly) she had taken the family dog, a medium sized bearded collie type, for her evening walk at 9pm. It was near midsummer being light until after 10pm. She nearly always followed the same route and did so that evening, down the avenue, turning left into the village road to walk under a railway bridge some 80 yards away, which leads straight up to the neighbouring village, having fields and a few houses on either side. These villages are in South Staffordshire. As she approached the bridge, the dog, Sally, sat down and began to tremble violently, started whining (something she never usually did), began to breathe and pant rapidly and absolutely refused to move in any direction - this was so unusual as Sally was the most biddable and gentle of dogs. My mother realised that there was something up ahead so dropped Sally's lead and went under the bridge, which was about 20 feet across, to see what was there. As she looked to the right, where there is a field, which is even now, almost always left fallow, she saw the most remarkable sight she had ever seen - the field is about 70 yards wide and probably goes back at least half a mile and in it, filling almost all of the width was what can only be described as an aluminium craft - it was circular, shaped like two dinner plates, the hollow sides meeting together with 'port-holes' at intervals around the centre. There appeared to be some form of light in these port-holes and the 'craft' seemed to be about 15 feet tall at its highest point. It was resting on what were described as 'struts'. There was no sound whatsoever and my mother stated that she was so absolutely amazed that she did not remember being frightened - just absolutely fascinated and what she could only describe as feeling privileged that she should see such a thing. She thought that she stood there for two or three minutes and as she stared, the craft began to revolve, at first slowly and then accelerated at enormous velocity, ascended and vanished towards the North East of Wolverhampton. It reflected the setting sun as it spun away. There was still no noise even when it accelerated. She did not go to look in the field at that time as she looked round and saw that Sally was still 'glued' to the spot and thought she had better take her home. Sally by this time was still in a very nervous state but allowed herself to be lead home at a very smart pace, obviously glad to leave the place. This is and was, at the time, a very quiet road and no traffic had used it during the relevant time. When my mother arrived home, my father commented that she had taken a long time for the walk that night and it was then realised that she may have been looking at this craft for a lot longer that she thought. The actual walk from the house to that spot takes about three minutes - she had been gone for almost forty-five minutes, whereas normally the walk would have been for about 25 minutes!   The dog was rather 'nervy' when she reached the house and ever after would not go for a walk past that field.  The next day my father and mother went to the field - there was no evidence whatsoever of anything unusual there - no marks on the ground indicating that a heavy object had been there- nothing at all; however, there were several reports of unusual objects being seen by various people in the Wolverhampton area on the night in question mentioned in the local media. I just wonder why Sally had not run away - could it have been that she did not want to leave her owner in danger?   I just don't know - it's another of those intriguing, fascinating happenings which seem to be deemed to be forever a mystery. I have been told of other sightings in Staffordshire on that evening and at other times but have been unable to verify - however they were told to me by compos mentis folks who had no reasons to lie.”

Judy later gave the exact location as…  “Dam Mill on the right-hand side of the Lane Green Road (going towards the village of Bilbrook) just alongside the railway embankment.  Post code is WV8 near to Codsall, Staffordshire”

Interestingly, this location is not far away from RAF Cosford. Could there be a connection?

 Nick Pope, who had kindly presented the introduction for my book, UFO:  The Search for Truth has previously reported on UFO activity at this UK military base.

“On 30 and 31 March 1993 there was a series of UFO sightings in the UK involving over a hundred witnesses.  Many of these were police officers and military personnel.  The UFO also flew directly over two RAF bases”

RAF Cosford

‘The UFO was seen by a patrol of RAF Police based at RAF Cosford.  Their official police report (classified Police In Confidence) stated that the UFO passed over the base "at great velocity ... at an altitude of approximately 1000 feet".  It described two white lights with a faint red glow at the rear, with no engine noise being heard.  The RAF Police report also contained details of a number of civilian UFO sightings that they had been made aware of in the course of making enquiries with other military bases, civil airports and local police.’

Although admittedly not quite at the RAF base, Judy’s UFO report was somewhat earlier than Nick’s 1993 report, as she quoted hers from the mid-1970s. Again, both UFOs were reported to fly off at great speed. Gut instinct tells me that this earlier UFO report from Judy may be highly significant.

Judy continued with the following information… 

Ball lightning – or something else entirely?

“This is a bit of a screed but has to be to explain what I saw on TWO occasions. I have looked everywhere on the web and in libraries etc., and have never been able to find anything about this whatsoever. I have been told that it was 'ball-lightning' BUT I have actually seen ball-lightning both in the UK and the USA where I lived for several years since the following occurrences and I can categorically say that it was NOT ball-lightning that I saw; on both the occasions in question; in any case, there was no stormy weather about and the weather was calm. In November 1972 at about 4pm I went into a back bedroom of my home, looked through the west facing window and noticed that it was calm clear late afternoon with the sun setting low in the sky. I turned away from the window towards my right and suddenly noticed, slowly revolving about to two feet above and about two feet in front of me a slowly revolving, brilliant sphere - it seemed to be a gold orb, about the size of a large orange; as it revolved it seemed to give off scintillating flashes as if it was covered in diamonds or other jewels. It was utterly silent and I just stood and looked at it as it was so astonishing and utterly beautiful; I was totally unafraid and had a distinct knowledge that whatever it was it would not hurt me - I just wondered what it was. I also was and still am, absolutely convinced that this 'phenomenon' was there to tell me something.   As I stood watching it, after about two or three minutes, it just 'went' -that is the only thing I can say - one second it was there, the next it was gone! Exactly the same thing occurred in July 1978 but in a different house as we had moved by that time; it was about 7.50pm. and a calm fairly cloudy evening - I was looking through the north-east facing window of our living room and again noticed the object to my right about two feet above and two feet away from me. The same events occurred. On both occasions, I suffered no ill effects whatsoever, just been imbued with a great longing to know why it was there. I do also have to tell you, as I do not know if perhaps it may have some bearing on what you think, that I am psychic and have been since as far back as I can remember. Psychic in the way that I have often seen ‘dead’ people, have very accurate fore-knowledge of events sometimes and very often am able to tell people what they are thinking. I can also leave my body at will - I have always been able to do so and did not think anything of it until I was in my teens and read about 'psychic projection'. I hope you have heard of this before and can perhaps shed some light on it.   I am still waiting for it to happen again as it was fascinating on both occasions.  I’m now 72, so it had better get a move on! I have to say here that I know exactly what ball lightning looks like, having seen it several times in USA where I lived for a few years & also having our house struck by lightning in UK when I was 11 years old - actually this was a thunderbolt I think but I saw a huge glowing ball of white hot vapour follow the TV aerial into the back of the TV - didn't do that device much good, I have to say! I really do not think that it was ball lightning that I saw on these two occasions.”

Judy’s mention of a brilliant sphere that acted strangely is one that sounded rather familiar to me. One example was the Skelmersdale (Lancashire) UFO sighting.  I explained at that time that it sounded like reports I had heard of Ball lightning although this is a natural phenomenon.  

I also stated that the actions described reminded me of the so-called ‘Foo Fights’ (strange balls of light that whizzed around aircraft) of WW2 that frightened many pilots at that time.

See this link for more details…


I wish to sincerely thank Judy for her amazing UFO accounts and I welcome any additional information from other witnesses.

Sunday, 7 February 2016

Rufford - flooded fields 

'February fill-dyke' is a rural expression for the month of February, when rain or melting snow fill dykes or ditches. 

Heavy rain had adversely affected lands around the country. Rufford in Lancashire did not escape, as these pictures indicate.

Fields that are usually dry are flooded 

Pumping in operation 

Friday, 5 February 2016

Kentucky Fried Giblets? 

A Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) customer discovers a bird lung in his meal. 

Mr Nicholls, from Australia’s Gold Coast, had gone to KFC on his day off and ordered a three-piece box, containing two wings and a chicken breast. 

He was horrified to find the giblets in his meal and spat the rest out. 

Russian roulette with your health? I look on in total disbelief at the lines of cars impatiently waiting to be served with this factory-farmed crap. The more you research it the more disbelief you access at what folks are willing to be involved in to stuff their faces. Still, in the misery of war time beleaguered populations feasted on dead rats, mice, dogs and horses so..?

NB. I have never visited the new KFC Southport outlet, so I cannot say what the standards are like today.

Closer to home a  woman has told of her disgust after she bit into what she thought was chicken at a KFC branch in Wellingborough - only to find what appeared to be giblets.

Some years ago I too had unsavory experiences and found various bird giblets in KFC meals. Most seemed to be parts of bird glands and assorted organs. It was in fact quite a regular experience back then with several cooked chicken outlets in and around the Southport town centre region doing similar.

I do however recall that I did sometimes feel sick after eating fast-food chicken outlet meals for some reason. 

Could there be a link to the following? 

The Worst Restaurant Of The Year Award Goes To Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC)

Kentucky Fried Chicken is perhaps the only restaurant chain that will keep an employee who urinates in the food, as in the case of worker Casey Diedrich of Omaha, Nebraska. The toxic canola oil fumes provide yet another reason to avoid KFC altogether. KFC has long been known as an unhealthy place to eat, but most assume that its most unhealthy attribute is the frying. Unfortunately, this is far from the case.


And apart from concern for customers' heath, does anyone ever spare of kind thought for the 'real' victims behind this intensive,  factory-farmed,  eco-atrocity? 

Horrific facts behind your tasty meal? 

A free 'Caterpillar' with your  KFC corn? 

Feed yourself and stay healthier ... 

Ah this article must have been written by some smug, vegan fundamentalist I hear them cry...

Eh well NO, wrong!  I am quite willing to kill an odd fish on occasion to feed myself and my family. What I object to is the dubious methods behind these intensive fast-food outlets. 

Trusting others to prepare your food in such an intensive and profit-related fashion is often fraught with risk. That was one reason why I, as an angler, decided to rely of my own abilities and take up a pescatarian diet involving eating fish that I catch, kill and prepare myself. 

Whatever they serve and do at these questionable fast-food joints, I know ONE guy who will not be frequenting such establishments! 

Wednesday, 3 February 2016


By Pat Regan

February can be a frosty unwelcoming month when little seems to stir in the natural world.

This cold period takes its name from the Etruscan god of the underworld and purifications, Februus. 

This deity is often equated with the Greek god Pluto/Hades and also the Gallic god of riches, Dis, who further links with the Roman Orcus. On the 17th or 21st day of February Februus was venerated during a feast known as the Feralia. All through this event marriages were not allowed, all other shrines and temples of other gods were closed and gifts were taken to the final resting places of deceased relatives/friends.


The Manes (souls of the departed) were believed by the Romans to hover around the monuments and graves of the deceased, hence the presents served as a symbol of respect and propitiation for these spirits.

The Manes held much power in the underworld and because of this the Romans realised that only a fool would fail to give them the reverence they so rightly deserved.

Modern man can learn a lot about his/her subliminal fears of death and dying by relating intimately to this ancient festival. The number three was considered sacred to the Manes and because of this they were always invoked three times by adherents. Could the old maxim of three being "unlucky/lucky for some" have a connection here?

Gravestones were frequently inscribed with the prefix D.M. meaning Di Manes (or Di-Manibus) which is Latin for the "Good Gods." 

The celebration of the Feralia was also called the Februa. 

The great and influential goddess, Juno, was however frequently invoked under this title. Her patronage like that of the Gallic Dis also extended over riches. The purification aspect of this festival still remains with us today. We still feel the urge with the dawning of the lighter nights to get stuck in and have a vigorous bout of spring-cleaning. However, the Romans also did their spring cleaning on the spiritual level.

Contemporary man would probably feel a lot more at one with himself and his environment too if he took a page from the wisdom of the Feralia!

Modern Pagan folk also celebrate Imbolc (Imbolg) at the beginning of February.  The festival marks the start of spring has been celebrated since primordial times.

It is a Cross Quarter Day forming a midpoint between the Winter Solstice and the Spring Equinox, it can fall between the 2nd & 7th of February when calculated as the midpoint between the astronomical Winter Solstice and the astronomical Spring Equinox.

I personally know it’s ‘that’ time when I seen the little snowdrops peeping through the hard, frosty, earth.

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Saturday, 30 January 2016

Former pupils at St Bede's school to sue Salford Diocese over sexual abuse claims  

But what can we deduce about the organisations that are 'alleged' to protect our children?

Lawyers acting for ex-pupils at the Whalley Range School say they suffered a variety of horrors at the hands of priests at the school

 Former pupils of a notable Catholic secondary school in south Manchester, who are suing church bosses over sex abuse claims, have spoken of their disgusting experiences. Ex-students of St Bede’s College in Whalley Range say they suffered appalling treatment at the hands of priests at the school.

Traumatic claims from three former pupils, who have bravely relinquished their right to concealment, describe in detail how they suffered at the hands of senior staff. They are amongst a collection of former pupils who are suing the Catholic diocese of Salford, which previously operated the former boy’s school, which is now an independent mixed-sex school.

The Sub-culture Alternative Freedom Foundation (SAFF) has been monitoring this disconcerting situation closely.

Similar events happened extensively in the U.S. and are still going on there. Such Christian clergy abuse cost the Catholic Church millions. Furthermore, some of the archdioceses have actually gone bankrupt to limit their fiscal liability. 

The groundswell of accusations in the U.S. was phenomenal.  Thousands of cases  and all  historic of course, which were  all based on the fact that the  dioceses covered up the abuse and recycled abusing priests into other churches/areas, wherein many of them re-abused little children. This is why we know that many of the allegations were real; there were documentations and records to prove earlier attempts by victims to expose particular priests. The Church cannot deny those. 

Obviously there will be a large percentage of these accusations, which are simply a gravy-train (as was the Savile hysteria) and we await the outcome of the Salford case because if the Church allow it to go to court (we don't think they will for in the U.S. they tried to settle out of court with gagging clauses in the deal to limit public knowledge of the amounts paid) then it will cause a watershed of historic claims and accusations.  Cases such as this simply confirm SAFF’s accurate predictions and warnings in the 1991 Black Museum of Priestly Abuse.

NSPCC refused to help!

 Several years ago SAFF tackled the NSPCC after meeting their local director and he refused, point blank, to include priestly abuse as a risk factor in their risk-assessments for children. Is this child care organisation STILL refusing to believe what we have said for years about clergy abuse?  

SAFF arranged a meeting about the issue between its representative, Kate Harrigan, and the Director of the NSPCC Gordon Ratcliffe.

SAFF stated at that time…..

Kate is a local council candidate, mother of three, 
and owns and runs a nursery - so she knows a thing or two about how to take care of children. A SAFF observer went along to take notes at the meeting which took place in May 1997.

The crux of the meeting was that we wanted the NSPCC to recognise and acknowledge the threat to children from paedophile priests, include it in their leaflets and warn parents.

The notes of the meeting confirm Kate's recollection that Gordon Ratcliffe said he did not agree with the use of the term Clergy Abuse but said he did recognise that some abuse was perpetrated by members of the clergy.

When Kate brought up the matter of the pie-chart (of risk) leaflet the notes of the meeting show that Gordon Ratcliffe was surprised that it was not mentioned and agreed that it it should have been included.

Kate presented a 10 point plan by the SAFF for the NSPCC to follow to counteract the abuse of children by the Clergy. A copy of that Plan is reproduced in the column alongside (see rightmost column) and it is interesting to note that many of the points we warned about have been confirmed as a danger in the Ryan and Murphy reports.
Kate told Ratcliffe that SAFF research had shown that Clergy Abuse is a hidden problem and that sooner or later everyone must recognise it.

According to Kate's recollection and the observer who was present and the notes of the meeting Gordon Ratcliffe was off the opinion that as soon as you categorise priestly abuse thus most people would just turn and walk away.

S.A.F.F. Ten Point Plan
Because of the immediate need for Clergy Abuse against children to be addressed publicly we have compiled a suggested plan to help the NSPCC counteract clergy abuse:

1. The need for NSPCC to highlight Clergy abuse & not lump it in with all other forms of abuse. '
2. The need for the N.S.P.C.C. to bypass the secrecy of church order, so that known abusers are not put back into the system or simply moved on to different unsuspecting, trusting parishes.
3. For clergy abuse to be acknowledged not portrayed as a few minor mistakes that can be rectified by the abuser being 'told off' and moved. A Clergy-Abuse Helpline placed in schools and libraries would be useful.
4) The need for the N.S.P.C.C. to record and indicate for the public, the extent of priestly abuse.
5. A separate file kept for Clergy Abuse so that NSPCC can access fast information if an abuser is put into a new parish. SAFF can provide printed copies of the BLACK MUSEUM II in volume to the NSPCC on a local or national basis on request.
6. A leaflet for children (not given out through church) highlighting the dangers that Stranger Danger can also include paedophile-clergy. Cost would be minimal as this information could be simply added to existing leaflets when they are reprinted.
7. Information on Clergy-Abuse made available to those professionals such ,as Therapists and Carers who provide data to the NSPCC.
8. N.S.P.C.C. method of alerting their staff to the special problems of clergy abuse plus guidelines.
9. A local public campaign for children with the special telephone hotline number enabling them to contact N.S.P.C.C. re. clergy abuse.
10. Urgent need for NSPCC investigation into WHY incidents of clergy abuse exist and is such a huge problem in society.

This is simply a brief framework that can be improved upon once the problem of Clergy-Abuse has been fully acknowledged by the NSPCC.

The notes of the meetings report that Mr Ratcliffe said he would see what could be done but in July 1997 his response became much less constructive when he refused a mutual cooperation agreement on Clergy Abuse which the SAFF had provided to him. Gordon Ratcliffe stated in his letter that 'it was apparent from the meeting that that we had different perspectives.' 

Ratcliffe repudiated the notes taken by our Observer during the meeting in respect of the major thrust of there being a much wider problem with paedophile priests who abused children than was currently being acknowledged. He insisted that they not be used as a statement of the NSPCC's position. His whole letter was antagonistic to further debate.

He remonstrated with Kate for 'misusing' a meeting attended in good faith and distanced himself from any cooperation with the SAFF or PAN ending with the expedient statement

'In the circumstances I do not know how we might take this matter forward'.

Effectively then the NSPCC was alerted to the hidden epidemic of Priestly Abuse 12 years ago and was provided with time-tested research to prove it, but chose not to respond constructively or work with us on the priestly threat to children which we had identified.

Their pie-chart of risk was NOT amended to include Priestly Abuse.

Further investigation or talks were NOT undertaken with the SAFF.

The SAFF's Ten-Point Plan to protect children from paedophile Priests was NOT accepted.

Well, not quite FULL stop perhaps.

If the NSPCC's fund-raising slogans are going to be anything other than jingoistic PR statements they should at least apply to ALL abuses of children surely?

As the thousands of victims in Ireland found out, authorities who are part of the Establishment have a tendency to defer to the power of the Christian Churches.

You can see their point. The bedrock of public donations to the NSPCC come from good nominal Christians. Many of their volunteer workers come from Christian backgrounds. Some people at the top of the NSPCC are committed Christians.

We are not tarring ALL priests and clergymen with the suspicion of child abuse. It is undeniable that the vast majority of priests are honourable and good men. We are drawing attention here to the fact that a serious threat exists from paedophile priests within the churches and they should get their act together and sort it. The church is no stranger to pogroms. In the sixteenth century they massacred tens of thousands of Huguenots and other dissenters for such slight differences in theology as would go un-noticed today. A blitz on paedophile priests would be an easy move for them. Indeed the current Pope spent many years as head of the Holy Inquisition (yes it still exists!) so knows just how to do it and what it can achieve.

The Church has the experience and the organisational capacity to ferret out evil paedophiles and put a stop to this suffering in short order. But it apparently won't. Perhaps because of the crippling claims for damages that would ensue. Perhaps because they feel if the truth came out they would lose millions of their faithful.

And so they resist, and it is destroying them little by little because more and more the public are beginning to conclude that they don't practice what they preach and that maybe so many priests are guilty that the church would collapse if they were all brought to book and this is the reason why the Vatican will not take a grip on it. In such a case it is up to the 'independent' NGOs like the NSPCC to take charge of the problem and use their influence to press the churches, and the government to take action to stop it. To full stop it. But the NSPCC won't even admit Clergy Abuse exists!

Like the Archbishops before them, the NSPCC is in a state of denial.

They are still insisting that child abuse by priests is an occasional aberration when the overwhelming incontrovertible evidence proves that it is not an aberration but a systematic generic form of repetitive abuse perpetrated over long periods of time by priest-rings within a secret society which is a law unto itself and which is intent on hiding these crimes at all costs even if it means more children are abused in the process.

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The horror of Christian clergy abuse is real and it is appalling!

And it's costing the Church billions... 

Sick self-satisfied perverts dressed in long frocks should NEVER be allowed near children!

Clergy abuse (all denominations, not just Catholic) is an appalling spectre that has existed in many places for a very long time. A few of us in the ‘know’ have been challenging it over the years. Sadly, many brainwashed sheep (i.e. the faithful lambs that blindly follow these bogus Christian faith systems) in effect permit it to carry on, as they are so well-trained and this includes numerous loving parents. It of course has also existed not only within religious institutions but also in educational establishments.

 I have written to some degree about my own negative experiences in Catholic education before. 

Checkout more harrowing clergy cases that many would prefer to sweep unto the carpet…