Greville Janner was very drawn to children – some press clippingsPosted: April 16, 2015
Some reports from the 1960s and 1970s show how early on his career as a lawyer and politician, Greville Janner took a great interest in issues affecting children. This would be utterly consistent with the behaviour of paedophiles, and some of the causes and the nature of the way they are presented, is also consistent with the mentality of the Paedophile Information Exchange as revealed through their publication – or the supposed empathy with children to be found in both life and work of Benjamin Britten. Paedophiles will often present themselves as advocates for children’s rights (one PIE publication was called Childhood Rights) in order to gain children’s trust and the opportunity to have maximum contact with them.
Have a look at the below and decide for yourself. I feel a lot of it now seems very disturbing.
ADDENDUM: Barbara Brown posted the following on Twitter:
‘He [Janner] was to lecture Human Rights students at Ruskin re PIE’s stance on sex with children but we were not happy and he got cold feet.’
And below here she posted the following reply to my question about when this occurred:
‘Ruskin College Oxford late 70’s early 80’s as I remember. It was a short residential course summertime mainly trade unionists/ working men/ just myself (female ) and two other women in their twenties. I think I was seconded by local Labour party ( so long ago ) . We heard he was coming down from London and feelings ran high. He failed to turn up. You won’t find any record as all Ruskin records have been destroyed…. Some of the course participants were from Scotland–some miners I think but not sure about that.
The Guardian, August 8th, 1964
The Times, June 22nd, 1966
Daily Mail, March 15th, 1972
The Guardian, May 11th, 1972
The Guardian, May 23rd, 1972
The Guardian, May 29th, 1972
Daily Mail, September 16th, 1972
The Guardian, November 25th, 1972
Daily Mail, March 15th, 1974
This picture from 1974 was reproduced in Guy Adams, ‘Child sex claims, a police ‘cover-up’ and troubling questions for a Labour peer’, Daily Mail, October 3rd, 2014.
The Times, May 5th, 1974