The PIE Manifesto

Another vitally important document on PIE, as blogged by @murunbuch on the Spotlight blog. Click on original to download the full scanned document.

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This document was written by Keith Hose, and sets out the Paedophile Information Exchange’s proposals for changes to the law on sex offences involving children. It was sent to the Home Office, and also sold at the Campaign for Homosexual Equality’s conferences for 50 pence.

This document would have been read by members of all organistaions that were affiliated to PIE, including the National Council for Civil Liberties (NCCL). This means that Harriet Harman, Jack Dromey, Patricia Hewitt, Henry Hodge and others at the NCCL would have been fully aware of PIE’s evil intentions, and chose to affiliate themselves with them anyway.

It’s essentially a paedophile’s charter, taking the police out of the equation and allowing paedophiles to abuse children as young as 4 years old, unless the abuse “resulted in clinically demonstrable mental or physical harm”.

The Guardian still use former PIE chairman Tom O’Carroll as a contact to…

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3 Comments on “The PIE Manifesto”

  1. […] blogged at length reproducing documents relating to NCCL and PIE (see here, here, here, here, here, here and here), and also on the Whitehall senior civil servant (formerly a church minister and teacher […]

  2. […] blogged at length reproducing documents relating to NCCL and PIE (see here, here, here, here, here, here and here), and also on the Whitehall senior civil servant (formerly a church minister and teacher […]

  3. […] The PIE Manifesto (6/3/14) (link to Spotlight blog from 18/4/13) […]


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