Steve Moxon – The cops and the BBC in cahoots to manufacture bogus allegations against Cliff Richard

http://stevemoxon.blogspot.co.uk/2014/08/the-cops-and-bbc-in-cahoots-to.html

The witch-hunt in the name of misandry – hated towards men – that is Yewtree just got still crazier, if that’s possible. The BBC is again in cahoots with the police to manufacture bogus allegations; this time against Cliff Richard. The denial from South Yorkshire Police is hilarious: directly or indirectly, the leak to media can only have come from them. That’s why they’ve got their oar in quick with a complaint to the DG of the Boob.
The Boob were there ahead of the arrival of the police to film and broadcast what amounts to a high-profile appeal for any fantasist, disgruntled one-time wannabe girlfriend, deluded fan with an embellished memory, etc, to come forward with some flimsy allegation; so that a set of entirely non-evidenced accusations can be passed to the witch-finder general heading the CPS, Alison Saunders, for her to practise her sex-hatred and get the CPS brownie-points for being such good PC-fascists.
Do any of these malicious idiots in the media and police think to imagine how they are going to look in a few years time when Yewtree comes to be seen as a rekindling of the ridiculous satanic ritual child sex abuse delusions of twenty years ago?
In the glare of the celebrity spotlight for seven decades, if there was anything at all in the rumours that Cliff doesn’t prefer tennis to sex, then we’d have long since heard of it, and big time. There has never been anything in the longstanding inference that he must be ‘gay’, let alone that he’s a ‘gay’ ‘paedophile’ – the Chinese-whisper that he was a regular at Elms House protected by a nickname is just that … standard Chinese whisper. It could not be clearer that Cliff has no interest in sex. Nobody in all those decades has ever come forward with the slightest evidence that other than his long-confessed virginity-losing one-off encounter with a girl who later became the wife of one of his band, that Cliff just doesn’t do sex. He’s too picky, too wary of the loss of freedom, and brim-full with religious morality. He got to be a huge star, and his constant drive to get there and stay up there has taken over his life to put himself pretty much out of everyone’s league. It’s not at all that he’s anti-social: he hates being alone; which is why he had a live-in pal – who was there with his wife. But being different is no crime. Actually, it’s great he’s different.
Meanwhile, Rolf is rightly appealing his ridiculous conviction, which even with our laughable judicial system is set to be overturned given the complete absence of evidence against him re the set of mere allegations he faced.
I joked before as to what unlikely target they’ll choose next. Well, I guessed Cliff and they took me at my word. I also guessed Sooty and Lenny the Lion. What’s the odds on Alison Saunders not giving some numptie cops the go-ahead to take to trial puppeteers for supposedly putting their hand up more than their puppet?
We live in interesting times set to change and consign this sort of ignorant malicious horseshit to the dustbin of history, but in the meantime we live in times so daft as to utterly beggar belief.

12 thoughts on “Steve Moxon – The cops and the BBC in cahoots to manufacture bogus allegations against Cliff Richard”

  1. I have a feeling (let’s hope I’m right) that this may be one too many bites at this cherry for these bastards. I sense this one could backfire most spectacularly. With Rolf putting in an appeal on his utterly ridiculous convicted-on-no-evidence-we-just-don’t-like-that-he’s-old-and-has-a-penis “verdict”, I am hoping for some ruined careers and investigations into corrupt witch hunters soon.

    I’m probably giving them too much credit.

  2. What’s the odds on Alison Saunders not giving some numptie cops the go-ahead to take to trial puppeteers for supposedly putting their hand up more than their puppet?
    We live in interesting times set to change and consign this sort of ignorant malicious horseshit to the dustbin of history, but in the meantime we live in times so daft as to utterly beggar belief.

    LOL… At first I thought this was hilarious, but soon realized Steve wasn’t kidding, considering they already imprisoned a New Zealand man last year for something even more incredibly ridiculous! So, those puppeteers who entertained me when I was child by way of Sooty & Sweep and friends (who would all be at least in their 80’s by now), could potentially have the book thrown at them.
    Watch this space….

  3. Alan:
    I actually heard some paedohysterical American pundit questioning why clowns wore disguises and they shouldn’t be allowed to wear masks so that parents can check their faces against ‘Offenders Registries’ databases.

    You just can’t make this stuff up…

  4. Wow—from the Southern Baptist Convention of all places!

    http://patriactionary.wordpress.com/2014/08/21/southern-baptist-leaders-christians-should-make-themselves-marry-able-younger/

    “We need to push against the cultural norm that extends adolescence for an indefinite period of time and reach maturity sooner so that they can be ready for marriage sooner than the national average…it is impractical and unhelpful to advise and encourage young men and women who reach sexual maturity at the age of 12 or 13 to wait 15 or more years for marriage and still remain pure.”

    Aside from the traditionalist Christian context, these guys are saying basically the same thing most of us have been saying. Maybe there’s finally some light at the end of tunnel in the US.

  5. Well for starters I don’t think it was implying older men with teenage girls, and if they did mean that then they will be swept under the rug by the rest of the church community. At the very least I would hope that they aren’t encouraging young men to marry older women…

    I also wish they weren’t implying that 13 year olds marrying each other will have great outcomes. As much as we might roll our eyes at the whole “maturity” argument for the age of consent, it is the truth, except skewed by feminist bias (jealousy). You definitely do need to have someone in the relationship who has maturity (if not both). Yes, there will be times when teenagers will be more mature than someone of 20+ years of age, but our misandry-filled society has just assumed that all 20+ men are evil if they want to be in a relationship with a younger girl.

    The supporting/encouraging point I will make Eric is that they are at least admitting that girls are sexually mature at a young age. We need to stop this trend of people asking questions the moment you say something like “Jackie Evancho is very attractive, I would love to marry her”. There is nothing morally wrong with that proposition, and definitely nothing worth shaming me over.

  6. I made a comment on this article and it shows “awaiting moderation” even though thedude has been approved after I made the comment the other night. Just making sure that my post didn’t get lost on your end (I can resend it if need be)

  7. Not condoning his actions at all, but ‘WarHammer’, the MMA fighter sounds more of a real MRA than most MHRAs :

    “[L]ook at the prisons, they are FULL of MEN, not women. Are men “evil” and women not? Or do the laws target and attempt to restrict NATURAL MEN’S BEHAVIOR? How many of the HEROES in American history would avoid prison if they lived today? Davey Crockett? Thomas Jefferson? David Bowie? General Grant & General Lee? Shit, George Washington. … Laws target MEN and men’s behavior. Women want to bitch and cry about their rights and equality… LMAO! MEN are the ones locked away like animals, while women run free!”

  8. Sex offender Jonathon King to take part in BBC documentary on the rock band Genesis :

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-29374866

    “Former music mogul Jonathan King, who was convicted of child sex offences in 2001, is to appear in a BBC documentary about rock band Genesis.

    King, who was released from prison in 2005, discovered the band and helped steer them to worldwide fame.

    King’s appearance in a 2011 re-run of Top of the Tops was edited out, prompting him to complain to the BBC.

    The BBC said his inclusion in the film reflected the “significant role” he played in the history of Genesis.”

    Good.

    There should a law making it illegal to discriminate against ex-prisoners (unless of course, there are relevant grounds).

    They’ve served their time and taken their punishment from the state – private companies attempting to meet out further justice is a form of vigilantism.

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