Wednesday, 13 June 2012


Conspiracy of Silence is a powerful, disturbing documentary revealing a U.S. child sex abuse and pedophilia ring that leads to the highest levels of government. Featuring intrepid investigator John DeCamp, a highly decorated Vietnam war veteran and 16-year Nebraska state senator, Conspiracy of Silence reveals how rogue elements at all levels of government have been involved in systematic child sex abuse and pedophilia to feed the base desires of key politicians.

Based on DeCamp's riveting book, The Franklin Cover-up, Conspiracy of Silence begins with the shut-down of Nebraska's Franklin Community Federal Credit Union after a raid by federal agencies in 1988 revealed that $40 million was missing. When the Nebraska legislature launched a probe into the affair, what initially looked like a financial swindle soon exploded into a startling tale of drugs, money laundering, and a nationwide child sex abuse ring. Nineteen months later, the legislative committee's chief investigator died suddenly and violently. A dozen others linked to the Franklin case investigation died strange and mysterious deaths.

So why have you never heard of the Franklin cover-up? Originally scheduled to air in May of 1994 on the Discovery Channel, Conspiracy of Silence was yanked at the last minute due to formidable pressure applied by top politicians. Some very powerful people did not want you to watch this documentary. Thanks to the power of the Internet, you can now view this eye-opening documentary.
You may find yourself becoming angry or upset while watching Conspiracy of Silence. Many people do. Let us take this information not only as a call to stop this kind of abuse at the nationwide and global level, but also as a call to examine ourselves and make a commitment to deep honesty and integrity in our own lives. Thanks for caring, and may we all work together to build a brighter future for our world.


The Leveson enquiry rumbles on making vast amounts of money for the lawyers and costing millions of hours of police time.

So is it worth it?

It is nice to see members of the government and opposition squirm on being questioned over their dubious relationship to newspaper proprietors. The government must regret having set up the enquiry having initially thought that it would be the usual whitewash and cover up that most previous enquiries have produced.

It is ironic that the whole process was prompted by public reaction and disgust the hacking of Milly Dowler's phone, a sick action too far. The initial enquiry was supposed to expose certain journalists and bent coppers who could be used as scapegoats, and life and the cosy relationship between politicians and the press carried on as before.

Unfortunately for the cheats in government it has opened a can of worms.

So what do the findings so far show?

We knew Murdoch had influence when Blair flew to Australia to see him on his election but did not realise how much power he really had.
It has been demonstrated that the Tories encouraged Murdoch's take over efforts of BSky B as phone and e mail records have shown.

But Why?
Yes we know they are in hock to the big city bankers who finance their undemocratic policies but they feared Murdoch more than any of these people.
And who is Murdoch? Just someone who has made a lot of money with newspapers.
Why should a newspaperman have such power?

After the Sun's slating of Kinnock all senior politicians have feared him. He only needed to threaten to run articles attacking proposed policies and the politicians gave in.

In effect one businessman, with no special allegiencies was running the country according to his wishes.
He had more power than the Prime Minister.

What could the Prime Minister do? He was supposedly running the country and could have publicised this underhand influence as he resisted it. But no. Cameron and his Labour predecessors rolled over in the hope of further favours, crumbs from the rich paper boss's table if they played ball.

What whimps these politicians are. They were elected to protect the interests of the people and yet they allowed themselves to be ruled by a newspaper man.
They are supposed to lead our country but instead are led by a greedy selfish foreign capitalist who until now has run roughshod over all opposition.
The evidence of collusion between government and Murdoch is slowly being teased out, but there will be much that is never unearthed.

Although Murdoch is the worst offender the other newspaper proprietors are not immune to dirty tricks and inside influence.

The freedom of the press is an important guarantor of a free society and must be preserved, but it is not now free but controlled by an oligarchy of press barons. Fortunately their influence is being eroded by the internet and foreign television stations.

But it is still important and it is ironic that it's dirty underside has been exposed by the criminal exploitation of the murder of a little girl.

Heads should roll and they possibly will but I fear it will be the wrong heads, and the life and corruption of the Westminster bubble will continue until the looming financial storm hits us.