Tuesday, March 23, 2010

COMMON PURPOSE; CHILD SEX ABUSE

Common Purpose Exposed Back Up and Running / Common Purpose Exposed - cpexposed.com

In 2008, Matthew Byrne, a children's charity boss, was featured in a book of photographs showing 'individuals that best represent the city' of Liverpool in the UK.

Byrne appeared alongside the local Police chief Bernard Hogan Howe and Archbishop Patrick Kelly.

Byrne's charity works with young children.

Lord Heseltine, UK Conservative Party leader David Cameron, and Matthew Byrne

Matthew Byrne, 38, has worked for a powerful organisation called Common Purpose.

Police boss
Cressida Dick, who was involved in the death of Jean Charles de Menezes, is a member of 'Common Purpose'.

Common Purpose is said to be linked to the Bilderberg Group, the Council on Foreign Relations, the Royal Institute of International Affairs and the Tavistock Institute. (Commander Dick ordered: “Do not let surveillance intervene”)

Matthew Byrne is listed as a member of the local advisory board of Common Purpose in Liverpool.

Matthew Byrne

On 23 March 2010, we learn that Matthew Byrne, the children's charity boss, has admitted a string of sadistic sex attacks in a 'torture chamber bedroom'

Byrne's victims were dressed as young schoolgirls.

Liverpool Crown Court heard that Byrne tied up, gagged and strangled his victims for his sexual pleasure.

Some of his victims thought they were going to die.

In one attack he whipped a girl until her blood sprayed over his bedroom walls.

He then used a plastic bag to suffocate the girl. She survived.

The police searched Byrne's home and found shackles, a leather collar, a cane, rope, tape and girl's clothing.

Byrne has admitted making indecent images of children.

Byrne has admitted committing a lewd and obscene act on a Merseyrail train while photographing young girls.


Child Abuse Suspected

In 2002, Matthew Byrne told a UK parliamentary committee (House of Commons - Home Affairs - Minutes of Evidence):

"My name is Matthew Byrne from an organisation called Fire in Ice.

"Fire in Ice is a Merseyside-based (Liverpool area), self-help project run by and for adult men who have experienced child abuse, especially those who have suffered abuse in child care institutions.

"We support men who have experienced abuse and their families by providing a one-to-one service...

"Over the past two years we have been operating, we have supported over 300 men and their families across Merseyside, most of whom have experience of Operation Care, Operation Van Gough and Operation Granite."

It was on 20 October 2009 that we learnt that 11 year old Dylan McDonald had been found hanged at a children's home,

DYLAN MCDONALD is from the Liverpool area.

Reportedly, James Rennie was trained by Common Purpose.

Rennie and members of his child abuse ring were jailed for sex crimes against children. (Spread The Word)


ORGANISED CHILD ABUSE AND GOVERNMENT AGENTS

BABY PETER AND A TOP CHILD ABUSE NETWORK

CHILD ABUSE AND THE AMERICAN GOVERNMENT


5 comments:

Dean MacKinnon-Thomson said...

It really does sicken one when you descover how manipulative these people are.

Marycatherine Barton said...

So, this Matthew Byrne villain is known supposedly as one of Liverpool's finest! Obviously, there is a whole lot more that needs to be found out about him and his associates. Thanks so much for all this info, and in the meantime, I hope that the judge literally throws the book plus at Byrne, and that all his victims sue him big time.

mark said...

Hi aangirfan

I post on Rigorous Intuition & inspired by you I posted my attempt at research on paedophilia networks in Scotland.

It is a fairly embarrasing attempt to replicate your blogging modus operandi & having seen what b****y hard work it my respect for you is increased even more.

http://rigorousintuition.ca/board2/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=27562


all the best
Mark

Anon said...

I had a look at - http://rigorousintuition.ca/board2/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=27562 - and found it full of amazing stuff, including the bit about the Masonic handshake.

- Aangirfan

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