Perhaps it’s because he works for (crime) bosses Rebekah Brooks, John Witherow, & Rupert Murdoch that David Aaronovitch propagates quite as he does.
Maybe it’s just co-incidence that he consistently pushes the same views as Rupert Murdoch.
Or could it be that Aaronovitch is a gun for hire who long ago gave up the right to deviate from the family line?
Today’s opinion piece in The Times is singularly one-sided.
Aaronovitch refers to Proctor as a “former Tory MP who bravely went public about the allegations made against him” .
But makes no mention of the fact that uber racist Proctor admitted to beating up under age rent boys. That’s why he is a former Tory MP. Proctor also boasted of holidaying in Tunisia – notorious for the availability of young boys for sex.
Aaronovitch clearly doesn’t care about the suffering of the Child Sexual Abuse survivors whose information was contained in the missing Dickinson files.
He doesn’t mention Dolphin Square or Elm Guest House which is in Zac Goldsmith’s constituency which might explain why he has a more informed view on the matter.
Keith Vaz of course worked at Richmond Council while the alleged Elm Guest House incidents were reputed to have taken place. He shut down an investigation into Keith Janner in the early 90s and was head of the Home Affairs Select Committee when Mark Sedwill answered, on behalf of Theresa May, the questions that needed to be asked about what happened to the files that were given to Brittan.
Sedwill’s comments were openly indifferent as to what had happened to the files. He said he didn’t suspect foul play. Very different to how he behaved when he arranged for Gavin Williamson to be sacked for supposedly leaking the government’s Huawei stance to the Telegraph.
Aaronovitch never mentioned Cyril Smith or David Steel’s reluctance to kick him out of the party for being a paedophile. The Aaronovitch view, like Boris Johnson, appears to be that money spent on investigating Child Sexual Abuse is money spaffed up a wall.
Does he suppose we all believe Savile acted alone? Savile, who was well connected, close to the Tory Party, and a Special Friend of Israel, like Daddy Murdoch.
Though Aaronovitch has a go at the BBC for broadcasting Beech’s allegations, no mention is made of the Head of News at that time.
It was none other than James Harding, the former editor of . . . The Times.
I smell a stitch-up.
Pick an obviously disturbed individual. Give them lots of attention. Then reveal they are lying. And everyone can forget about the original large scale, systemic establishment paedophilia. The Catholic Church have been doing this for hundreds of years. It isn’t new.
It looks to me as though the police co-operated with Murdoch and other agencies to allow a “witch-hunt” to take place to then let it die down.
Jonathan King, the pop svengali who was done for paedophilia, is having a field day. Tweeting away. His bail by the way was put up by Simon Cowell. He is spoken highly of by Rod Liddle.
The Beech case, which should never have got to court, is being used to discredit real victims. And police and health spending cuts today mean that real victims of paedophila often never get justice.
But no worries for Aaronovitch and Tom Watson. Not their problem.
They have their paymasters to please.
Establishment bandwagons to jump on or hijack.
The Krays / Boothby model seems to be the template.
They’ve done it before so they’ll do it again.
But what about Jeffrey Epstein? Things get interesting there. Robert Maxwell’s daughter Ghislaine is close to him. Prince Andrew. Trump. God knows who else. Looks like establishment paedophilia again.
They have lots of secrets. And they’re starting to come out. Everyone seems to be blackmailing each other. Things could get interesting.
Roy Cohn (see previous post) worked for Murdoch. And Trump. He died of AIDS in 1986. But they’re both still around. And it looks like they use the same methods. Jared Kushner’s dad does too.
If that means paedophilia, prostitutes, honey traps, kompromat, then that is what it is.
And if that is what was used by the Brits in Ireland and elsewhere, then that too.
You can’t change the past. Or the bad habits of today if they’re proven to work.
But for now, we’re being told that all the allegations are false.
Yes, Beech’s allegations may be false.
But that doesn’t mean all these people are innocent.
Also from today’s Times: