Saturday, 22 February 2014

Should Jack Dromey, Patricia Hewitt and Harriet Harman be made to defend their pro-paedophile views?

Margaret Hodge aplogises.

"PIE called for incest to be legalised, in what one MP described as a ‘Lolita’s charter’. What’s more, in 1975, NCCL lawyers attempted to muzzle hostile Press coverage of PIE and helped its members under investigation by the police."

Margaret Hodge - putting her hands up

Jack Dromey served on the NCCL’s ruling executive from 1970 to 79. PIE's crowning achievement was to secure formal ‘affiliate’ status, from 1975 until the mid-Eighties, with the National Council for Civil Liberties (NCCL) — now the respected lobby group Liberty.  SHOULD HE APOLOGISE?

Patricia Hewitt described the paedophile lobby organisation in glowing terms as a ‘campaigning/counselling group for adults attracted to children’.  Hewitt was General Secretary from 1974 to 83.  SHOULD SHE APOLOGISE?

In 1978, Harriet Harman wrote an NCCL submission to MPs attempting to water down child pornography laws.  In 1978-82 she was its legal officer. SHOULD SHE APOLOGISE?

"Counselling good for adults attracted to children", eh?  Reminds me of the term "genetic attraction", the liberal euphemism for incest.

I suggest we keep it simple with the following rules:
Saudi court upholds child rapist crucifixion ruling

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