In the historic battle of power between The City and Westminster, one can look at it as a clear victory of The City:
- Westminster is discredited thanks to paedophilia and Filthy Britain
- Lord Mayor Fiona Woolf to lead child abuse inquiry – a City lawyer and former president of the Law Society – acting as ambassador for the City of London and Britain’s financial services industry around the world
- The Bank of England Act was written in 1694 with the intention to avoid the oppression of Their Majesties’ subjects but Mayer Amschel Rothschild said in 1790
“Give me the power to issue a nation’s money; then I do not care who makes the law.”
Meanwhile, the Home Secretary has announced:
- Ben Emmerson QC, founder of Matrix Chambers
- Graham Wilner MBE – honoured by the Queen but mugged by David Cameron – is a child sexual abuse victim and founder of the Lantern Project which helps victims of sex abuse;
- Barbara HearnOBE , former deputy chief executive of the National Children’s Bureau will also be on the panel
- Prof Alexis Jay who led the inquiry into Rotherham acts as expert adviser.
Their first tasks are to finalise membership of the panel and agree terms of reference for the inquiry says the announcement.
Well, from the City’s perspective of ruling the world by money, the UK is such a small country it might as well become part of the European Union… Who cares what happens to children and their parents and where they come from…
And Exaro publishes that Only one in 20 victims of child sex abuse are likely to win civil claims…
If only more people understood money, then the Bradbury Pound could have the support it needs to compensate victims of white collar crimes – and child sexual abuse – whether historic or not – organised it has been for decades and generations – as Mr Coleman’s articles on Filthy Britain illustrate!