Brian Pead’s new book: details



There are some things so far removed from the lives of normal, decent people as to be simply unbelievable by them. The calmest, simplest statements of fact are almost beyond the comprehension or belief of most men and women who have no contact with the dark and hideous secrets of ‘an underworld’ where child abuse is created and allowed to flourish by the UK government.

Children’s homes, special units and boarding schools are not always what they appear to be. They are, this book shows, the playground of the rich and famous who believe they have a sense of entitlement to money, land and the abuse of children.

Decent people can scarcely believe that their MP, or the police officer, or the local councillor or the social worker or the priest could be involved in child abuse.

The ordinary person can scarcely believe that the abuse of children is State-controlled, highly organised and carried out hidden in plain sight in collusion with the intelligence services, the police and the Church.

This book provides a detailed history of child abuse in the UK which has been allowed to flourish by the government for a variety of reasons. It traces organised abuse back to the Victorian era, when the Contagious Diseases Act in 1864 gave widespread powers for corrupt police officers, magistrates and doctors to arrest any girl or woman on the street, sexually abuse her with impunity and press-gang her into prostitution to be used by those in the military creating an Empire. All of which, history shows us, was           condoned and orchestrated by Parliament.

The famous Pall Mall Gazette series of articles in 1885, where the Editor bought a     13-year-old girl for £5 and took her to France to prove how easily children were being trafficked, is covered in great detail for the lessons we can learn today.

Read, also, how the Cleveland Street scandal of 1889 implicated the Prince of Wales, Members of Parliament and the Military in using underage boys for sex.

The creation of children’s homes was a cover for rich and powerful people to plunder the ‘fresh meat’ readily available in the network of homes across the UK and throughout the Empire. Children sent abroad by the government were used as slaves and sexual playthings by those controlling the international trade in children. Decent people struggle to come to terms with the idea that their government could ever be involved in trafficking children who are traded as a commodity like oil or sugar.

Read about the institutional abuse in Councils such as Lambeth, Islington, Rochdale, and Rotherham as the author shows that child abuse is perpetrated not just by some Asian gangs or lone paedophiles, but that it is a highly-sophisticated State-controlled venture allowed to operate for a number of reasons including that of blackmailing spies.

Occasionally, when found out, the State will reluctantly apologise and claim it will never happen again, whilst – in secret – continuing to perpetuate abuse. Carried out in collaboration with MI5, MI6, Scotland Yard and the Church, the Government continues to collude in the betrayal of innocent children.

Chapters include (but are not limited to):

The Contagious Diseases Act, 1864 (highlighting the abuse of young girls by police officers, magistrates and doctors)

The Trial of the Detectives, 1877 (highlighting institutional corruption within Scotland Yard)

Pall Mall Gazette articles on Child Prostitution, 1885  (focusing on the trafficking of children to the Continent)

The Cleveland Street scandal, 1889 (implicating the Prince of Wales and several homosexual Lords and MPs)

The Children of the Poor Clares, 1943 (in which 35 Catholic girls were locked in their children’s home prior to a fire taking hold – all the ‘nuns’ escaped) 

The John Profumo Affair, 1961 (in which a Minister lied to Parliament about his sexual activities with females other than his wife)

The Playland Scandals 1974-5 (in which the ‘rich and powerful’ were implicated in homosexual activity with young runaways)

The North Wales Children’s Homes scandal

The Leicestershire Children Homes scandal (in which MP Greville Janner was alleged to be implicated)

The Paedophile Information Exchange (and how Liberty were implicated)

Peter Righton and the National Children’s Bureau

William van Straubenzee MP, Sir Peter Hayman, Sir Peter Morrison MP (all paedophile Establishment figures)

Haut de la Garenne (the Jersey children homes scandal)

The Irish Gulag (how abuse in the children’s homes in Ireland were controlled by the State in collusion with the Catholic Church)

Lambeth Council

Islington Council

The Catholic Church

The Church of England

and much more….

450 pages, softback






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