2015 October 22 Home // 2015 October 22

Not all paedophiles are bad people – by Glenn D Wilson

Not all paedophiles are bad people – by Glenn D Wilson

http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/not-all-paedophiles-are-bad-people-we-need-to-have-a-sense-of-proportion-a6704201.html

^^

Setting the framework for a normalisation agenda? Is this the fall back position for when it becomes apparent to the majority that there was wide scale abuse of children for decades? The prelude to changing legislation til it fits the abusers requirements for non-culpability?

Unsurprisingly Thomas O’Carroll is a staunch admirer of Wilson

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The quote ^ is from Tom O’Carroll’s blog – to which I will not link.

More info on Wilson and PIE can be found here

http://theukdatabase.com/councillorspolitical-party-affiliated/westminster-scandal-114-secret-files-on-paedophile-cases-missing/more-than-10-politicians-on-list-held-by-police-investigating-westminster-paedophile-ring/the-civil-servant-in-the-home-offices-pie-funding-inquiry-and-his-academic-articles-on-boy-love/p-i-e/

Turmeric more Effective than Prozac at Treating Depression

Turmeric more Effective than Prozac at Treating Depression

It’s common knowledge in the natural health world that pharmaceuticals often (if not always) do more harm than good. It’s also clear that foods, herbs, and other natural sources can offer similar benefits without those nasty side effects. Once again, our beliefs have been affirmed by science: A recent study published in Phytotherapy Research says that not only is turmeric effective at treating depression, it may even be more effective than some of the most common anti-depressant drugs currently on the market.

While previous studies have indicated the effectiveness of turmeric (curcumin) in treating serious depression, this study was the first randomized controlled clinical trial of its kind.

Researchers with the Department of Pharmacology of Government Medical College in Bhavnagar, Gujarat, India compared the effects of turmeric and Prozac (fluoxetine), both used together and individually, in 60 patients diagnosed with major depressive disorder (MDD).

Read more http://www.lifelongproducts.com/turmeric-more-effective-than-prozac-at-treating-depression/

Police probe 13 more politicians over claims of child sex abuse

Police probe 13 more politicians over claims of child sex abuse

Police revealed that they are investigating another 13 elected officials over allegations of child sex abuse, bringing the total to 89.

The new figures were gathered by ‘Operation Hydrant’, which co-ordinates police investigations into child sex abuse by “prominent” people or at institutions. The number of “prominent” people under investigation over such allegations has increased to 287 from 261 in May.

Read more http://www.exaronews.com/articles/5688/police-probe-13-more-politicians-over-claims-of-child-sex-abuse

Workie – by Ross Altman & Ian Duncan Smith

This is the physical embodiment of the workplace pension, – according to Altman and Smith

https://www.gov.uk/government/news/workie-says-dont-ignore-the-workplace-pension

Maybe the monster is seen as better PR than Theo?

Do any of these videos – cuddly or not – actually tell anyone anything about ‘workplace pensions’? Where the money goes? Who pays what in – and what you get out? – what are the risks?

Does this help?

No I thought not.

What do you get back – and when? Do you have to be over 74?

Clear as mud?

You bet – just give them your money and they’ll get the cuddly furry monster to manage it.

Details?

Who needs em?

Nice cartoon like characters and well known tv personalities – you know it’ll be A O K

Besides – we all know we can trust Ian Duncan Smith – don’t we?

(Don’t get me started on Altman – there’s not enough hours in the day )

HAPPY RETIREMENT – if you live that long