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Was Jimmy Savile a $cientologist? Discuss.

Discussion in 'News and Current Events' started by Anonymous, Oct 24, 2012.

  1. Anonymous Member

    Jimi Savile is some UK TV star from like the 1970's when all internet porn was in French.

    But get this, he was big on the whole afterlife thing and necrophilia.

    According to this radio show and Rupert Murdoch owned media outlets.

    So anyway this guy was like a crazy zany DJ music guy and if you believe it all he was maybe hardnosing some dead zombie kiddie flesh, or something.

    So anyways, I got thinking, this guy is some dead freak from Northern UK like Leeds and he was a DJ at kids discos and he liked to get his freak on with dead people, cadavers, and I'm all like "hey, it's just meat, right?"

    And all the while he's making charity status out of everything he touches.

    Sound familiar?

    And lo & behold...

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  2. Anonymous Member

    LOL and Behold! Jimmy Saville was Scientologist satan worshipping scatman?

    Great Googling Goldfish, say it ain't so Batman!

    Wally Hanks looked at lot like this Jimmy Savile creep.

    Maybe Jimmy Savile is the key to perverted cult networks, those given the keys to cities.

    All UK press are talking about is this guy Savile, he's dead already.

    Looks like the fringes of a major kid porn network, at least ten people linked to BBC tv studio attacks on underage kids.

    At least Rupert Murdoch isn 't capitalizing on this.

    Not much anyway LOL
  3. muldrake Member

    As a child-molesting necrophile, Savile's reputation would be devastated if he were discovered to have Scientology connections. I bet even Gary Glitter would try to distance himself.
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  4. Anonymous Member

    Jimmy Saville was a peodo..... discuss.
  5. Anonymous Member

    Already being used by psychs is the term "The Jimmy Savile Effect". This refers to how people in positions of power and trust can abuse, and when one person speaks up no one believes them! That the media choose not to report stories because "on the whole, people in broadcasting organisations do what their bosses tell them". The cycle of abuse continues, people turn a blind eye to the truth. Eventually one day one story gets out and then the one story becomes two abuses, four abuses, eight abuses etc

    Everyone thought "oh Jimmy Savile he's a harmless bloke who does a lot of charity work"
    In the same way most of the public think "oh Scientology its just a harmless religion that does some good helping people get of drugs etc"

    Great article in the I newspaper yesterday "Truth, Power and one axed 'story' - what happens when the weak are not given the chance to speak"

    It takes a lot of hard work and courage to get the truth out - one day soon everyone will understand the abuses of Scientology. DM your time is running out!
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  6. Anonymous Member

    Now the former Prime Minister of the UK Edward Heath is rumoured to have been a pedophile.

    Where will it all end?

    Damn you $cientology. Damn you and your pedophile cult network.
  7. I could have sworn Jimmy Savile had one of those yellow Jive Aces Suits
  8. fishypants Moderator

    They're called 'psychiatrists', dammit.

    Except me, I always thought he was a threatening weirdo.
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  9. Anonymous Member

    Like x lots
  10. fishypants Moderator

    Anything but 'psychs'!

    ;)
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  11. The Wrong Guy Member

    Gary Glitter Arrested in Abuse Scandal



    Police investigating child sex abuse allegations against the late BBC television host Jimmy Savile arrested former glam rock star and convicted sex offender Gary Glitter on Sunday.

    Gary Glitter bailed to return in mid-December after arrest on suspicion of sex offences by Savile investigation police - The Independent

    Former pop star Gary Glitter has left a London police station following his arrest this morning on suspicion of sex offences by police investigating the Jimmy Savile abuse claims.

    Glitter, whose real name is Paul Gadd, was photographed leaving Charing Cross police station shortly before 5pm today.

    Scotland Yard said Glitter was bailed to return in mid-December.

    A spokesman said that at about 5pm the man in his 60s was bailed to return to the police station in mid-December 2012, pending further inquiries.

    The Metropolitan Police earlier said that Glitter was arrested at 7:15 this morning as part of Operation Yewtree, the police investigation into allegations that former BBC star Jimmy Savile sexually abused up to 300 people.

    A Metropolitan Police statement said: "Officers working on Operation Yewtree have today, 28 October, arrested a man in his 60s in connection with the investigation.

    "The man, from London, was arrested at approximately 7.15am on suspicion of sexual offences, and has been taken into custody at a London police station.

    "The individual falls under the strand of the investigation we have termed 'Savile and others'. Not prepared to discuss further."

    Glitter, 68, who was born as Paul Gadd in Oxfordshire, had a successful music career during the 1980s.

    Police investigating allegations of sexual abuse by Jimmy Savile have said they are pursuing 400 lines of inquiry as part of their investigation into claims that the disgraced former BBC star, who died last year, abused hundreds of young girls and boys.

    Scotland Yard did not say what led to his arrest, and Glitter was filmed leaving his home this morning, wearing a hat and dark coat and gloves, and being driven away.

    In other Savile scandal news today Lord Patten, the chairman of the BBC trust, said the BBC would not hide behind smokescreens and "must tell the truth and face up to the truth about itself, however terrible".

    Writing in the Mail on Sunday Patten said, "Can it really be the case that no one knew what he was doing? Did some turn a blind eye to criminality? Did some prefer not to follow up their suspicions because of this criminal's popularity and place in the schedules? Were reports of criminality put aside or buried? Even those of us who were not there at the time are inheritors of the shame."

    He also apologised "unreservedly" to the abused women who spoke to the BBC's Newsnight programme but did not have their stories told when the report was axed.

    He went on to say that the two BBC investigations into the scandal must get to the truth of what happened saying: "Now my immediate priority is to get to the bottom of the Savile scandal and to make any and every change necessary in the BBC to learn the lessons from our independent investigations".

    In a statement released by Savile's nephew, Roger Foster, the family said: "How could the person we thought we knew and loved do such a thing?

    "Why would a man who raised so much money for charity, who gave so much of his own time and energy for others, risk it all doing indecent criminal acts? How could anyone live their life doing the 'most good and most evil' at the same time?"

    He said the family could understand the victims' "reluctance to say anything earlier" and the family could "appreciate the courage it has taken to speak out now".

    Following speculation that other celebrities from Savile's era could be accused of sexual offences, PR guru Max Clifford claimed dozens of big name stars from the 1960s and 70s have contacted him because they are "frightened" they will become implicated in the widening child abuse scandal.

    He said the stars were worried because at their peak they had lived a hedonistic lifestyle where young girls threw themselves at them but they "never asked for anybody's birth certificate".

    Savile, who died last year at the age of 84, has been described as one of the most prolific sex offenders in recent UK history.

    Scotland Yard detectives are currently dealing with about 300 alleged victims and are following more than 400 lines of inquiry.

    From www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/gary-glitter-bailed-to-return-in-middecember-after-arrest-on-suspicion-of-sex-offences-by-savile-investigation-police-8229541.html
  12. Anonymous Member

    One day the truth will out

    Probably the same day the wrong guy expresses an opinion.
  13. Anonymous Member

    Now is the time for facts, not opinions. Let others opine and divine.

    This is about all of it, from Pete Towshend from The Who to British Government MPs and all those top level rich folk caught by Operation Ore and the FBI snares, and all those named in the North Wales, Dunblane and Jersey enquiries.

    Those lists are out there. Never mind the amount of people on these lists that had their phones hacked.
    This is huge. Apocalyptic. This is tabloid heaven. Ubersleaze jackpot.

    These lists of known abusers WILL be leaked, in full, by somebody sooner or later. This is the end for British parliament, maybe Canadian parliament, Belgium doesn't even have a damn parliament - at the top levels the paedophile networks were running a conveyor belt of kids from welfare homes and orphanages all across Europe as some kind of business arrangement, a bribe or an opportunity to blackmail.

    It's 2012, even Julian Assange himself could already be reading through these lists right now from a new iPad Mini.

    Those on these lists will surely have had their mobile phones hacked for years, and these disgusting child rape networks discovered long ago by the mainstream media hacks.

    There are several lists that match up lots of big names, involving government leaders, police, army and TV or film stars and media figures of several different countries. A global network of rich mans organised pedophilia, with strong masonic ties.

    The 1999 list from Britain's National Criminal Intelligence Service, code-named Operation Ore, is the UK list of names that directly link these rapist psychopaths together, the one that Blair ordered silent under a D-Notice.

    The Sunday Times (UK News Intl.) has the FBI list of Labour MPs and others who have used credit cards to pay for internet child pornography from similarly sleazy USA based networks.

    The other lists are those from the North Wales abuse enquiries and statements, Dunblane, Jersey, Islington and other victim testimonies that had been taken from all over the country from many orphanages and children's homes, including many from Belgium and Portugal.

    Just wait until they release the lists. It's bound to happen soon.
    Someone from the press is probably already giving the cops big names on the lists, in return for good TV pictures.

    People will then make their own minds up, including the legal minds. And then ask more questions of the rich and powerful, and there will be big Hollywood links too that the FBI are suppressing, and it looks like most of them were famous people too.

    These were people actually paying money with a credit card to watch little kids get raped, possibly even murdered, and likely were involved in committing the same offences through a child-snatching UK-wide network of famous and infamous rich men with apparent immunity from prosecution and exposure.

    Those on at least one of those lists above should now be very, very worried indeed. Scared to death.

    This is the kind of thing that might lead to scientology's demise.
    The time of little secret cults that kidnap people is over.

    Expect Us.
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  14. Sekee Member

    Saville was a Catholic.

  15. Anonymous Member

    He was also a mason. Tom Cruise was a Catholic too.
  16. Anonymous Member

    You start with "Now this is a time for facts"

    Then post a wall of words that is anything but facts but more like a competition entry for the "How many times can you use the word LIST in a paragraph"

    Just an opinion, and probably not an accurate one, "the end of british parliament" lmfao
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  17. The Wrong Guy Member

    The British Evasion - The Daily Show with Jon Stewart - 11/14/12 - Video Clip

    The BBC scraps its investigative report about BBC personality Jimmy Savile's decades-long pedophilia and instead runs a glowing tribute to the late sex offender.

    www.thedailyshow.com/watch/wed-november-14-2012/the-british-evasion

    Mark Thompson, Former BBC Director-General, Set To Take The Reins At The New York Times

    The New York Times Co said it will proceed with its plan for Mark Thompson to take over as CEO on Monday, despite an intensifying scandal at the BBC that has raised questions about his tenure at Britain's flagship broadcasting company.

    "He is going to be CEO beginning November 12," a New York Times spokesman said on Sunday.

    The New York Times maintained its confidence in the paper's new chief following the news that George Entwistle, the director-general of the BBC, said he was resigning from the broadcaster on Saturday. Entwistle took the blame for a news program at its flagship Newsnight, which aired a mistaken allegation that a former British senior politician sexually abused children.

    The latest embarrassment comes as the BBC faces police and other investigations into claims that hundreds of people, some as young as 12, were sexually abused over the course of decades by one of their top personalities, the late Jimmy Savile. It is also facing awkward questions over how the same Newsnight program - while Thompson was director-general - killed a report that was investigating complaints against Savile and instead aired laudatory shows commemorating Savile after he died last year.

    More at www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/11/mark-thompson-ceo-new-york-times_n_2115399.html
  18. Anonymous Member

    Periodically humans go through these pedophile panics en mass.

    Usually it is better to wait until there's been an investigation, arrest, trial, and conviction before collectively losing our minds over this issue.
  19. Anonymous Member

    No one that I know of is panicking, pedophiles are just people who need to be sent to live on an island like in the movie, "Papillion".
  20. Anonymous Member

    true, that.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moral_panic
  21. Anonymous Member

    or in space!

  22. muldrake Member

    Last I heard, they don't arrest dead people.
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  23. Anonymous Member

    Neither can the dead sue for libel, which is why it's all coming out now.
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  24. Anonymous Member

    This guy has been talked about as being a pedophile since the beginning of his career it's not new news. They knew at the BBC and venues that he worked in and did nothing about it were only hearing about it now.
  25. Anonymous Member

    Hence the scandal.
  26. anon walker Moderator

    He's still useful as a corpse, as his story exposes a lot. People will be asking the Beeb why they chose to glorify a necrophiliac pedo. Pedonecrophiliac? Ew!

    Penn State, FTW! Note how outrageous that had to be before authorities could no longer ignore it. Happily, the internets makes it easier to spread stories that incur public outrage. Look at that Catholic hospital in Galway that killed a woman who was miscarrying. Boom! That story is out there in real time, just like Penn State.

    Don't anybody tell them about the internets, okay? It's one of our few advantages these days.
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  27. Anonymous Member

    I was drunk posting, but hey it should be the end of British parliamentary rich guys who fuck little kids.

    I'm thinking the business end of a gun, nobody would miss them.
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  28. Anonymous Member

    Yay, a lynch mob.........ain't been to a good hanging for a while!
  29. The Wrong Guy Member

    This article is interesting even though it makes no mention of the cult.

    The Journalist Who Was Arrested for Investigating a Pedophile Orphanage | VICE

    By Camille Standen

    Jersey is an island of around 100,000 people nestled into a cozy nook between Guernsey and the coast of Normandy. It's mostly been recognized in recent public memory for its potatoes and the fact that it's basically in France but everyone there speaks English. In 2008, however, small human remains were found at Haut de la Garenne, a former orphanage on the island. A subsequent investigation exposed a history of sexual abuse at the orphanage, tainting the good name of the people of Jersey in the world's media.

    The list of suspects in the case included British government officials and—according to the detective who led the three-year child-abuse probe—media personality Jimmy Savile was also investigated by police, four years before the full extent of his crimes would eventually be exposed. The problem is, because Jersey is self-governing and has its own, slightly unorthodox court system, decades of possible crime against children in the orphanage may remain almost entirely hidden, unexamined, and untried. Since the initial media Mardi Gras, international interest has faded and locals who have continued searching for justice—including bloggers, senators, and police—have been shouted down.

    When American journalist Leah McGrath Goodman heard about the story, she made plans to write a book about the orphanage but was met with resistance. In July 2011, she went to Jersey's immigration office to check that the apartment and office space she was leasing to help with her research was in order. The officer assured her that everything was fine and they were happy to help, until she told him about her specific interest in the orphanage. The officer left the room and returned with his boss, who repeatedly told her to get a “writer's visa.” These are hard to obtain in Jersey, primarily because they do not exist.

    That September, after stopping in London on the way to Austria, Leah was held under arrest in Heathrow airport for 12 hours, searched, and never given the opportunity to contact her consulate or family. The UK Border Agency said it was all being done at the request of Jersey. Leah was then sent back to New York and banned from the UK. A year and five months later, with the help of a petition and Parliament Member John Hemming, Leah has permission to reenter, so I thought it would be a good time to call her for a chat.

    Continued at www.vice.com/read/the-journalist-who-was-banned-from-investigating-jerseys-child-abuse

    Leah McGrath Goodman on Twitter: http://twitter.com/truth_eater
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  31. Anonymous Member

    ^^ why post it ITT then?
  32. Anonymous Member

    Another writer seeking publicity for a new book.
  33. L. Ron Hubbard, if my memory serves me, was active a little before Salvile was famous. They both used "Road Safety" campaigns to get in the news. Hubbard was more active in one part of the UK, while SalVILE was based in London at the BBC.

    I imagine their twisted paths crossed at some point.

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