Online Book from Village Magazine - The Anglo-Irish Vice Ring. Chapters 1 – 3.
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Thursday June 17, 2021 22:12 by 1 of Indy
MI5, MI6, Buckingham Palace, The Royal Ulster Constabulary and the exploitation of children in care by a VIP Anglo-Irish Vice Ring
Joseph de Burca who has written regularly for the Village Magazine over the last few years has written extensively on the issue of Northern Ireland during the troubles and has investigated the links between child abuse, politicians, loyalists paramiltaries and the UK state power, has now released an online book with Village Magazine that compiles all these articles and more and helps lifts the lid on that dark history and gives an insight into current events with the Covid worldwide scamdemic demonstrating how key players in power are easily controlled and helps illuminate the role of Jeffery Epstein who spent years blackmailing some of the most powerful people in the world. And while Epstein is the name most people are familiar with, there are many many more Epstein type characters that have been doing the same work.
The online book contents are available at the link below.
This online book draws together the main strands of Village’s three year investigation into the Anglo-Irish Vice Ring, a network that exploited children in care on both sides of the Irish Sea for decades. It is offered as an alternative to the Terry, Hughes and Hart Reports which failed to get to the bottom of the scandal. It is not an easy read, nor a short one. It contains the evidence of multiple witnesses and documents to argue that Terry, Hughes and Hart got it wrong when they dismissed State involvement in the Kincora scandal and denied its connection to a wider Anglo-Irish network. (Some information has yet to be added to this report.).
PART I: DIRTY SECRETS, HOW MI5 AND MI6 EXPLOITED A CHILD ABUSE NETWORK
CHAPTER 1 describes how the British Establishment persists in covering up the crimes of an Anglo-Irish child rape network. Lord Mountbatten was its most high-profile member. Some of the other abusers are still alive. No-one in authority in the UK is interested in bringing them to book. This chapter also looks at the origins of the network. The Irish branch was set up by an Englishman educated at Cambridge who worked for the prime minister of Northern Ireland.
CHAPTER 2 provides an overview of the uses to which MI5 and MI6 put the vice ring. It also describes the efforts of a handful of British Intelligence insiders who tried to halt the abuse. Most of the latter group were British Army officers.
CHAPTER 3 presents the evidence that the British Army, MI5 and MI6 knew about William McGrath, Joseph Mains, Raymond Semple and their abuse of boys from care homes in Northern Ireland from the early 1970s.
CHAPTER 4 tells the story of Richard Kerr, the victim who joins all the dots in this scandal. He is a survivor of child abuse at Williamson House, Kincora and Elm Guest House.
CHAPTER 5 shows how at least one boy – a 13 year-old – was brought to Dublin to be abused in 1973. This chapter also looks at British Intelligence sexual blackmail and information gathering operations in Belfast and – almost certainly – Dublin before widening the angle to look at the wider picture of MI6/CIA/NATO blackmail operations involving the notorious Marc Dutroux paedophile network in Belgium.
CHAPTER 6 outlines the role Ian Paisley played in the scandal. He knew about the abuse from the early 1970s yet said nothing. He visited Kincora to see McGrath frequently. Both men had helped set up the UVF and UPV. He bullied at least one Kincora survivor not to reveal what he knew about the sexual abuse of the boys by ‘Englishmen’.
CHAPTER 7 describes the strategy MI5, MI6 and Whitehall designed to cover up their involvement in the scandal after it was finally exposed by investigative journalists in Ireland
CHAPTER 8 concerns the murder of John McKeague, the MI5 agent who knew too much including: the truth about Mountbatten; the murder of Seamus Ludlow; the entrapment of a senior DUP politician; an attempt to bomb the boat of the Irish politician Charles Haughey; a plot to unite all Loyalist paramilitary murder gangs under one leadership and a bizarre meeting with a cardinal about the Pope.
CHAPTER 9 concerns the ongoing cover-up which has involved the submission of a witness statement forged in 1982 by the RUC to the Hart Inquiry in 2016; the destruction of genuine Kincora files and suppression of classified ones.
CHAPTER 10 concerns the intimidation of Richard Kerr and the all too convenient appearance of a deceitful conman masquerading as a child abuse survivor, Carl Beech, who managed to convince the British public that the existence of VIP sex abuse was a figment of his imagination.