Interesting twist regarding on British Porn Filter


tay
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One of David Cameron's closest aides has resigned after being arrested on child pornography allegations.


Patrick Rock has been closely involved in drawing up Government policy on internet porn filters.


He quit after the Prime Minister learned he was at the centre of a police probe over images of child abuse.


Detectives from the National Crime Agency searched No 10 and examined IT systems and offices used by Mr Rock, deputy director of the Downing Street policy unit.


Mr Rock was a protege of Margaret Thatcher and has held a series of senior posts in the Conservative Party. He has been close to Mr Cameron for many years.


Described as the Prime Minister's 'policy fixer', the unmarried 62-year-old had been tipped as a leading contender for a Conservative peerage only weeks ago.


His arrest and resignation from Downing Street, where he has worked since 2011, will send shockwaves through the party's high command. The Prime Minister is said to be 'extremely shocked'.


A friend said: 'He has known Patrick for a long time and never expected anything like this.'


Mr Rock was arrested last month after officials at No 10 were made aware of a 'potential offence relating to child abuse imagery', Mr Cameron's spokesman told the Daily Mail.


One well-placed source said Mr Rock had also been the subject of a sexual harassment complaint from a civil servant working in Downing Street, which is understood to have been passed to Mr Cameron's chief of staff Ed Llewellyn.


'There were accusations against him that didn't turn into a formal process. That has upset some people at No 10,' the source said.


Mr Cameron's relationship with Mr Rock goes back to the Home Office, where they both worked under Michael Howard in the 1990s.











No 10 aide arrested over child porn: Police quiz man who advised Cameron on web filters | Mail Online
 
Blackleaf
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And yet when left wingers like Hattie Harperson are linked to child porn groups we are told to ignore it.

I suppose it's different when it's a Tory.
 
Tecumsehsbones
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Quote: Originally Posted by BlackleafView Post

And yet when left wingers like Hattie Harperson are linked to child porn groups we are told to ignore it.

I suppose it's different when it's a Tory.

So, Schwarzblatt, sounds like you're saying politics is more important than kiddie porn. Leastways that's what I gather from your post.

You really don't care if kids are abused if it's a Tory doing it, that about right?
 
Blackleaf
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Quote: Originally Posted by TecumsehsbonesView Post

So, Schwarzblatt, sounds like you're saying politics is more important than kiddie porn. Leastways that's what I gather from your post.

You really don't care if kids are abused if it's a Tory doing it, that about right?

I'm saying that the Left don't care when Left-wingers have links to child porn, as is shown by the recent attempt by Left-wing media like Al-Bibisiyah and The Grauniad to sweep Labour's links to the Paedophile Information Exchange under the carpet as though it's no big deal.

Yet when it's a Tory which has links to paedophilia the **** hits the fan and the Left-wing media report it with glee.

I've said it once and I'll say it again - When Left-wingers have links to child porn, it's straightaway swept under the carpet as though it's not newsworthy. Yet when it's a Tory the **** hits the fan.

It's the Left who see politics as more important than "kiddie porn".

Had Rock been linked to the Labour Party his child porn activities would have been ignored and he would have kept his job.
Last edited by Blackleaf; Mar 4th, 2014 at 08:39 AM..
 
tay
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Quote: Originally Posted by BlackleafView Post

And yet when left wingers like Hattie Harperson are linked to child porn groups we are told to ignore it.

I suppose it's different when it's a Tory.





Who suggested it be ignored?
 
Tecumsehsbones
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Quote: Originally Posted by BlackleafView Post

I'm saying that the Left don't care when Left-wingers have links to child porn, as is shown by the recent attempt by Left-wing media like Al-Bibisiyah and The Grauniad to sweep Labour's links to the Paedophile Information Exchange under the carpet as though it's no big deal.

Yet when it's a Tory which has links to paedophilia the **** hits the fan and the Left-wing media report it with glee.

I've said it once and I'll say it again - When Left-wingers have links to child porn, it's straightaway swept under the carpet as though it's not newsworthy. Yet when it's a Tory the **** hits the fan.

It's the Left who see politics as more important than "kiddie porn".

Had Rock been linked to the Labour Party his child porn activities would have been ignored and he would have kept his job.

Precisely. Your only concern is whether it's left or right, Tory or Labour.

You haven't said it once and you won't say it again - kiddie porn is wrong, and sick, and criminal, and people engaging in it should be locked up.

Because you obviously don't give a rap. The only thing you care about is making "the Left" look bad and "the Right" look good.
 
darkbeaver
Republican
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Quote: Originally Posted by TecumsehsbonesView Post

Precisely. Your only concern is whether it's left or right, Tory or Labour.

You haven't said it once and you won't say it again - kiddie porn is wrong, and sick, and criminal, and people engaging in it should be locked up.

Because you obviously don't give a rap. The only thing you care about is making "the Left" look bad and "the Right" look good.

All those in power in the west have their kiddie porn badges or they're not trusted by that same power. There is no western government not infiltrated by these satanic slaves. The horribly compromised make permanent willing slaves. They have no souls of their own having sold them to indulge their passion's for the pain of the innocent. They will be hunted by the good for eternity.
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Blackleaf
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Quote: Originally Posted by TecumsehsbonesView Post

Precisely. Your only concern is whether it's left or right, Tory or Labour
.


My concern is that when Left wing politicians have links to, or are apologists for, paedophiles it quickly gets hushed up by the Left wing media as though it's not important or it didn't happen.

Yet it's different when it's someone like a Tory politician.

I think it's hilarious that you are denying this happens when it's happening right now regarding Hattie Harperson's links to the Paedophile Information Exchange and the fact that Al-Bibisiyah and The Grauniad just ignored it, which they wouldn't have done had Hattie Harperson been a Tory.
 
L Gilbert
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Quote: Originally Posted by BlackleafView Post

And yet when left wingers like Hattie Harperson are linked to child porn groups we are told to ignore it.

By whom?

Quote:

I suppose it's different when it's a Tory.

Is it?

Quote: Originally Posted by TecumsehsbonesView Post

So, Schwarzblatt, sounds like you're saying politics is more important than kiddie porn. Leastways that's what I gather from your post.

You really don't care if kids are abused if it's a Tory doing it, that about right?

It fits.

Quote: Originally Posted by BlackleafView Post

I'm saying that the Left don't care when Left-wingers have links to child porn, as is shown by the recent attempt by Left-wing media like Al-Bibisiyah and The Grauniad to sweep Labour's links to the Paedophile Information Exchange under the carpet as though it's no big deal.

Yet when it's a Tory which has links to paedophilia the **** hits the fan and the Left-wing media report it with glee.

I've said it once and I'll say it again - When Left-wingers have links to child porn, it's straightaway swept under the carpet as though it's not newsworthy. Yet when it's a Tory the **** hits the fan.

It's the Left who see politics as more important than "kiddie porn".

Had Rock been linked to the Labour Party his child porn activities would have been ignored and he would have kept his job.

But then again, isn't it the Tories who portend to be more righteous than everyone else? (That's rhetorical).
 
Blackleaf
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Surprise, surprise, the BBC has ignored our expose of Labour's links to a child sex scandal. QUENTIN LETTS imagines its reaction if those involved were Tory

By
Quentin Letts
21 February 2014
Daily Mail




For three days the Mail has published shocking details about how leading Labour politicians once supported a vile group that campaigned to legalise child sex. They include Labour’s current deputy leader, Harriet Harman (above).


Yet, astonishingly, the BBC has not touched the story — presumably because those involved are from the Left.

But what if the three politicians had been Tories? QUENTIN LETTS imagines how things would have been so very different.





PIP PIP PIP . . .

‘Good morning, it’s six o’clock and this is the Today Programme on Radio 4 with Evan Davis and Mishal Husain.’


‘And the main news: Three leading Conservative politicians are accused of links to a group which campaigned to legalise sex with children.

'Those involved include the deputy leader of the party, her spouse and a former Cabinet minister.


‘We will be covering this major breaking story throughout the programme, but first we go live to Jim Naughtie who is outside the London home of the couple involved.

‘Jim, any comment from them or indeed from the Conservative Party? Or have they gone into hiding?’


6.10am: The Today programme takes its first look at the morning’s national newspapers and ‘there’s really only one story — that of the child-sex allegations being made against three leading Tories — with The Guardian breaking the story in its first edition last night. Another remarkable scoop for the paper’.

6.30: The BBC website swiftly clears the decks. Its usual news-page format is replaced by a banner screaming ‘Sex crisis for Cameron — can the Tories survive?’ Lower down, a box asks: ‘Were you a victim of paedophilia in the 1970s and 1980s? Tell us what you think.’


7.15: The Labour Party announces its ‘disquiet, concern, sorrow, dismay’ at the allegations. Ed Miliband’s office says that he will hold a press conference later in the morning.


7.30: Radio Five Live ‘doorsteps’ the chairman of the Conservative Party as he leaves home for work. Camera crews from BBC TV News, ITN and Sky News shove him against his chauffeur-driven car and ask if he condones his senior colleagues’ past endorsement of the Paedophile Information Exchange.


7.55: Evan Davis tweets: ‘Having problems finding Tory MP prepared to be interviewed. Any takers, please?’ The actor Stephen Fry tweets back: ‘Evan, I thought you’d never ask!’

8.05: John Prescott is awake. Or at least, his Twitter feed (said to be written by one of his sons) has burst into life. It cracks a joke of dubious taste. Soon, various followers of @JohnPrescott respond with jokes of their own.


Commons Speaker’s wife Sally Bercow has not yet stirred, but that may be because she was out on the toot last night.

Meanwhile, the top-of-the-hour bulletins on Radios 1, 2, 3 and 6, and all BBC local stations put the Tory child-sex story at the top of their news lists. Radio Five Live announces it will conduct a phone-in entitled ‘Is it ever right to go easy on paedophiles?’


8.35: A BBC Breakfast interview with the Conservative Minister for Roads, who thought he was going to be discussing potholes, ends with him storming out of the studio after presenter Bill Turnbull ‘does a Paxman’ and asks the minister ten times if he thinks the deputy leader of his party should resign.


9.20: Russell Brand tweets that ‘ooh, missus, I never knew the dirty Tories had it in ’em’. Labour tough guy Alastair Campbell has erupted! During a spittle-flecked, finger-pointing interview with the BBC’s Nick Robinson, he accuses the Tories of ‘serial immorality’ and a ‘fatal disconnect from British values’. Quite unlike himself!


'Alastair Campbell has erupted! During a spittle-flecked, finger-pointing interview with the BBC's Nick Robinson, he accuses the Tories of "serial immorality" and a "fatal disconnect from British values". Quite unlike himself!'

9.40: The Speaker of the House, John Bercow, grants an Urgent Question in the Commons, to ensure that the issue is raised in Parliament. The National Union of Teachers calls for an immediate review of child-protection laws. The National Union of Journalists praises the reporter who broke the story.


10.45: Ed Miliband holds his press conference. His tone is sombre, his tie black. Around him stand several of his party’s female MPs wearing expressions of pursed-lipped concern. Rev Paul Flowers, disgraced ex-chairman of the Labour-supporting Co-op Bank, who was questioned by police over alleged drugs offences and who was accused of paying for sex with rent boys, is not invited.

Mr Miliband urges the Tory Party to ‘put its house in order for the good of British politics’. The event is covered live on the BBC News Channel and Sky News.


11.15: Sally Bercow has surfaced, but she has not yet tweeted. Perhaps she left her phone in the back of a taxi last night. Or perhaps her libel lawyers have thrown it in the Thames.


Noon: The so-called ‘news narrative’ is now as much about ‘the Conservative Party in disarray’ as it is about the original allegations about the three politicians who once endorsed paedophiles’ demands to lower the age of sexual consent.


'Time for BBC2's Newsnight - and editor Ian Katz, formerly of the Guardian, has excelled himself. Jeremy Paxman is dressed as Whack-O! actor Jimmy Edwards with a cane'

Every Tory MP and peer entering the Palace of Westminster is asked for a comment by TV ‘ambush’ teams. Some shield their faces with newspapers. Others tell the reporters to get stuffed. One knight of the shires even kicks a BBC reporter. All this is duly captured on screen and is run as an edited ‘package’ for the lunchtime news programmes on network channels.

2.10pm: Robert Peston bursts into the BBC newsroom with a hot scoop. Unfortunately no one can understand a word he is saying.

3.0: After a three-hour meeting of the Lib Dem high command, Nick Clegg says ‘this is no time to play politics’ and settles for thanking the media for ‘bringing these important matters to public attention’.

Surprise, surprise, no mention of the party’s former chief executive, Lord Rennard, who was recently investigated over claims he sexually pestered young female party members.


3.18: Live to New Scotland Yard where Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe announces the Metropolitan Police will investigate complaints from a Labour backbencher that senior Tories knowingly consorted with a paedophilia ring. ‘The allegation dates back 30 years, but, as we saw in the Jimmy Savile case, the passage of time does not buy you innocence,’ he says severely.

3.30: The Catholic Archbishop of Westminster, Cardinal-designate Vincent Nichols, says he is ‘praying for all victims of paedophilia’.


5.07: An internet petition condemning ‘child sex sympathising political sleazeballs’ has been signed by thousands of people, many of them bored civil servants sitting in Whitehall offices.

Celebrity tweeters publicising the petition include comedian Eddie Izzard, Dr Who writer Russell T. Davies, Green Wing actor Stephen Mangan, Labour-supporting Baldrick actor Sir Tony ‘Baldrick’ Robinson and Radio Five Live presenter Richard Bacon.


5.30: The New Statesman magazine says it has changed its front cover for this week’s issue to reflect this major political story. Labour MP Keith Vaz announces a Home Affairs Select Committee inquiry into civil liberties and sex policy.


'Ed Miliband holds his press conference. His tone is sombre, his tie black. Around him stand several of his party's female MPs wearing expressions of pursed-lipped concern'

Lawyers from the Leveson Inquiry into Press ethics are spotted with copies of the Guardian newspaper which first ran the disclosures.

Feminists at the equality campaign group the Fawcett Society go on hunger strike until the named politicians are expelled from the Tory Party.


6.0: The story is so important that BBC TV newscaster George Alagiah presents the Six O’Clock News from College Green, outside Parliament. Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper gives an inflammatory interview, even while managing to look as sad as a scolded spaniel. She says it is ‘time for an inquiry into the culture and practices of the Conservative Party’. Political websites talk of ‘the return of sleaze’ and predict a Blair-style landslide for Ed Miliband in 2015.


7.0: Jon Snow has flown back from some foreign war-zone to present a ‘special’ Channel 4 News devoted entirely to the sex scandal. Psychologists analyse why Right-wing politicians ‘have a problem with sex’, and a quick-turnaround opinion poll finds that 90 per cent of people think the Coalition has ‘mishandled’ the scandal.


Snow asks Tory grandee Ken Clarke: ‘Why has the PM not sacked the deputy leader of his party? Is it because he is too weak?’ Clarke, ever the loyalist, says: ‘Probably.’


10.30: Time for BBC2’s Newsnight — and editor Ian Katz, formerly of the Guardian, has excelled himself. Jeremy Paxman is dressed as Whack-O! actor Jimmy Edwards with a cane. Kirsty Wark is in a dominatrix costume. Reporter Emily Maitlis visits a brothel in Chelsea to interview vice girls, who tell her about clients who are ‘Tory types wanting them to wear school uniforms’.

Katz later wins a prize for his ‘no-holds barred’ reporting. No holds barred? If only that were true of the BBC and Britain’s Left-wing establishment when it came to the scandal that dare not speak its name: the true story of Harriet Harman and the Paedophile Information Exchange.



Read more: QUENTIN LETTS: From Today to Newsnight, the Beeb's in a frenzy. Can the evil Tories survive this scandal? | Mail Online
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L Gilbert
No Party Affiliation
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Quote: Originally Posted by BlackleafView Post

My concern is that when Left wing politicians have links to, or are apologists for, paedophiles it quickly gets hushed up by the Left wing media as though it's not important or it didn't happen.

Yet it's different when it's someone like a Tory politician.

I think it's hilarious that you are denying this happens when it's happening right now regarding Hattie Harperson's links to the Paedophile Information Exchange and the fact that Al-Bibisiyah and The Grauniad just ignored it, which they wouldn't have done had Hattie Harperson been a Tory.

T-bones has a really good point. It isn't so hilarious that you accept that partisanship is more important and pedophilia isn't.
 
Blackleaf
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Quote: Originally Posted by L GilbertView Post

T-bones has a really good point.


No, he hasn't. He rarely has.


Quote:

It isn't so hilarious that you accept that partisanship is more important .

Such partisanship by Left wing British media like Al-Bibisiyah and the grauniad (it doesn't like using capital letters), who ignore child sex scandals involving Left wing politicians (such as the one involving Harperson and a couple of her Lefty cronies) as though it doesn't matter because it involves a Lefty, is disgusting and vile and needs to be stamped out.

BBC's censorship of paedophilia scandal 'reveals its left-wing bias': Corporation accused of refusing to report story to protect the Labour party | Mail Online
 
L Gilbert
No Party Affiliation
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Quote: Originally Posted by BlackleafView Post

No, he hasn't. He rarely has.

Especially when it points out one of your myriads of character flaws, right? That's also rhetorical (because everyone knows the answer).


Quote:

Such partisanship by Left wing British media like Al-Bibisiyah and the grauniad (it doesn't like using capital letters), who ignore child sex scandals involving Left wing politicians (such as the one involving Harperson and a couple of her Lefty cronies) as though it doesn't matter because it involves a Lefty, is disgusting and vile and needs to be stamped out.

Ya see? It's what you perceive to be "leftie" favoritism that's vile, not pedophilia. Keep digging your hole, Peewee, it fits you.
 
Blackleaf
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I hope there's a better reason for the BBC ignoring the Daily Mail's careful and well-sourced story about senior Labour figures and their "links" to the Paedophile Information Exchange (external - login to view) (PIE) group today. But it doesn't look like there is.

http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-London/2014/02/19/BBC-bias-over-Mail-claims (external - login to view)



The BBC has, however, been quick to mention the resignation of suspected paedophile Patrick Rock, the aide of Tory PM David Cameron.

BBC News - David Cameron 'shocked' by allegations against aide (external - login to view)


Now had Rock been an aide to the Labour leader Red Ed there would have been no mention of this story in the BBC.

Quote: Originally Posted by L GilbertView Post

Ya see? It's what you perceive to be "leftie" favoritism that's vile, not pedophilia.


Yes. I think it's vile that the Left wing media like the BBC refuse to report that, as revealed by the brilliant newspaper The Daily Mail, Left wing Labour politicians like Harperson had links to paedophile group PIE, and ignored this revelation to protect Harperson and those other Labour politicians who had links to PIE, and did this because they are Labour politicians.

Yes, I think it's disgusting that Left wing politicians get protected by the Left wing media when it has been revealed that they have links to paediphilia.


It's odious and needs to be stopped.
 
L Gilbert
No Party Affiliation
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#15
Whooooooooooosh!
 
Blackleaf
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Quote: Originally Posted by L GilbertView Post

Whooooooooooosh!



Too right.

The Left's nefarious stranglehold on Britain is coming to an end. We're fighting back.
 
El Barto
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Quote: Originally Posted by L GilbertView Post

Whooooooooooosh!

This would be more appropriate


Twilight Zone intro. - YouTube (external - login to view)
 
L Gilbert
No Party Affiliation
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Quote: Originally Posted by BlackleafView Post

Too right.

The Left's nefarious stranglehold on Britain is coming to an end. We're fighting back.

Too fec kin funny! Even the "whooosh" went "whooosh".
 
Blackleaf
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Quote: Originally Posted by L GilbertView Post

Too fec kin funny!


For far too long the British Ruling Establishment has been Left wing, resulting in bringing a great nation to its knees.

The tide is now turning, thankfully. The Left can't run a piss up in a brewery, never mind a nation. No nation can ever thrive and be great under Left wing rule. The Left bring nothing more misery, a curb on free speech, the protection of Lefty paedophiles and economic disaster.

Thankfully, in the UK the rise and rise, the UNSTOPPABLE rise, of UKIP is now threatening the Lefty PC Liberal Ruling Establishment of Liebour, Lib Dumbs and even, in some respects, the Tories. Left wing rule is ending in Britain and, as such, Britain and her people have a bright future.
 
L Gilbert
No Party Affiliation
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Hey, Blackhead, this is about kidporn in the political ranks, not your political soapbox.
(I wonder if that point will be another "whoosh").
 
darkbeaver
Republican
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Quote: Originally Posted by BlackleafView Post

Too right.

The Left's nefarious stranglehold on Britain is coming to an end. We're fighting back.

The banks will celebrate with you. CONgradulations Britian has been on it's knees since Waterloo.
 
Blackleaf
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Quote: Originally Posted by darkbeaverView Post

The banks will celebrate with you. .



I hope so. Financial services is a huge chunk of the British economy. We need a thriving financial sector for a thriving economy.

Typical Lefty - economically incompetent. That's why your lot were kicked out of power in 2010.
 
darkbeaver
Republican
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Quote: Originally Posted by BlackleafView Post

I hope so. Financial services is a huge chunk of the British economy. We need a thriving financial sector for a thriving economy.


Typical Left - economically incompetent. That's why your lot were kicked out of power in 2010.

Don't have kids. Get an vasectomy as soon as possible. Have someone read this to you.
 
Tecumsehsbones
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Quote: Originally Posted by BlackleafView Post

For far too long the British Ruling Establishment has been Left wing, resulting in bringing a great nation to its knees.

The tide is now turning, thankfully. The Left can't run a piss up in a brewery, never mind a nation. No nation can ever thrive and be great under Left wing rule. The Left bring nothing more misery, a curb on free speech, the protection of Lefty paedophiles and economic disaster.

Thankfully, in the UK the rise and rise, the UNSTOPPABLE rise, of UKIP is now threatening the Lefty PC Liberal Ruling Establishment of Liebour, Lib Dumbs and even, in some respects, the Tories. Left wing rule is ending in Britain and, as such, Britain and her people have a bright future.

Yep, with 30,000 members, the UKIP is poised to take over the world!
 
Cliffy
Free Thinker
#25
Me thinks the twist is Blackhead's knickers.

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