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Outing Heath and Brittan

Former Prime Minister Edward Heath and former Home Secretary Leon Brittan described as “alleged paedophiles” by Breitbart

 

Edward Heath and Leon Brittan’s names have been bandied around on blogs and websites for years in connection with allegations of historic abuse, but today when the popular right-wing news site Breitbart captioned a photograph of this pair of former government ministers with the words “alleged paedophile[s]”, new ground was broken.

 

Heath and Brittan
A screenshot of the article by Benjamin Harris Quinney
Heath and Brittan
In it, Breitbart captioned this photograph: “Alleged paedophile PM Ted Heath with alleged paedophile minister Leon Brittan”

 

In an article about allegations against Prince Andrew by the chairman of the Bow Group and director of Conservative Grassroots Benjamin Harris-Quinney titled “The British people must now take control of the establishment paedophile scandal”, the author recounts that he was told that abuse is “just what goes on here” and suggests that “if we do nothing as citizens it will forever be a source of shame for the entire nation”.

 

Though Harris-Quinney’s article doesn’t actually mention Heath and Brittan in its text, it is telling that Breitbart decided to accompany it with the captioned photograph of them. Plainly, we’re finally reaching the tip of this tawdry iceberg.

 

 

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Comments

17 comments on “Outing Heath and Brittan”

    1. They said Icke was insane, like the Madness of King George, or depicted in a vulgar Oliver Reed film directed by Ken Russell.

  1. We all know about Heath holidaying on Jersey with a certain television presenter. We all know what they got up to. His “friends” in Richmond need to be questioned also.

  2. Innocent or guilty P. Andrew will be pilloried due to the fact he is [EDITED FOR LEGAL REASONS] ….much like Mark Thatcher

    1. Perhaps we are too critical of other individuals behaviour there are apparently a great proportion of the population that condone this kind of behaviour. Mario Lanza in the Student Prince was military type character and known to be very stiff, he engages with right peer group and soon finds his range in the form of gorgeous goozys, and nobody apparently gets hurt, everybody is a winner. It is Disney magic.

  3. It is disgraceful that the powerful have gotten away with it all for so long. The Prince Andrew story will – I believe – go only one way. As Mary Berry said this morning on Radio 4, it is one “un-fact” after another. Different dates, different places, etc. The tapes some handyman alleged were made will disappear and the truth will never out. Prince Andrew should never have associated himself with such people as Bouncing Bob Maxwell’s hideous daughter, the convicted paedophile Andrew Epstein and the alleged abuser Woody Allen. Who on earth is advising him? He is a fool and the Queen needs to ensure this kind of thingNEVER happens again.

    1. Many years ago I was in the back of Maxwell’s car returning from Heathrow. Being the show off he was Maxwell, sitting in the front passenger seat, passed to me a letter from Prince Phillip. It was most affectionate….Dear Bob etc. So no surprise that his son is/was great friends with the very nasty Ghislaine.
      Prince Andrew is as vile as Mark Thatcher

      1. The Duchess and the Dirtwater Fox was my favourite comedy of 1977, I also thought Epstein was a Beatles manager, if familiar with Woody Allen, take my advice, “Take the money and run” or sue me if you can…… A fool born every minute.

    2. Lets put this in perspective, should we see Mr X in the company of Jeff Epstein (not the Beatles manager) and Ghislaine Maxwell we have the full story, no need for a Scotland Yard sleuth to investigate. This the dilemma, they certainly are not bowling partners.

  4. Edward Heath’s longest sulk in history may not have been caused by Margaret Thatcher after all………. He plainly had a lot else to be worried about if this is true.

  5. There are still more prominent names yet to be outed, and with careful internet research one can find them out. But really, now it’s only a matter of time until we all know what really happened aboard “Morning Cloud”, those who sailed in her and those that never made it back to shore in Jersey!!! The suppression of these horrendous events is an abomination.

  6. It’s easy to forget that false and completely unfounded accusations of historic abuse are far more common than most people would think and are growing in number; the taxpayer-funded compensation has only served to increase them.

    1. Oh, well in that case we had better ignore what the slob of a man Morrison mighv have done.
      You sound idiotic and illogical

  7. Prince Hamlet said ” There is something rotten in the State of Denmark……..Was he proven wrong? Life is a corgi………

  8. Idiotic and illogical to suggest that some allegations against well known people are false? Despite allegations being occasionally disproved beyond all doubt? Of course if you prefer, you can always believe the entire Internet.

  9. Not that the guilt or innocence of this Morrison guy proves anything either way about the two people in this article. Some of us prefer evidence to gossip, especially when such an allegation can potentially result in injustice.

  10. Documented photographic evidence of Mr X and the alleged teenager will create gossip. It is difficult to spin it away. Jovial Miss Maxwell in the background.

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