Where is the child porn Cameron says he is cracking down on? More smoke and mirrors.

cameron-crossedThe latest press release form number 10 informs us that Cameron is ‘determined’ to ‘crack-down’ on images of child pornography on the internet, and is holding a meeting with internet companies next week.

In one of the most disgusting political tactics a politician could possible use, Cameron is using the tragic disappearance of April Jones and the murder of Tia Sharp to score political points.

Feeding off of the public’s disproportionate hysteria which has been generated by the government propaganda machine, Cameron is looking to inflate a problem to get his own legislation passed.

In the real world, we don’t accept what a corrupt and nepotistic idiot like Cameron says as being true, and we check things out for ourselves.

Internet service providers already voluntarily block content that may contain material relating to any sign of child abuse. They have become sensitive to public opinion and have already acted accordingly.

It is virtually impossible to find images of child pornography on the internet through any of the reputable internet companies in the UK during the course of day-to-day web surfing.

Google (who seem to be the main focus of Cameron’s attention) actively blocks content, and uses sophisticated image filters to block images and so on. Known keywords relating to child pornography are automatically blocked by Google’s systems.

If you want proof, try putting search terms into Google and see what results are returned.

In order to access or find that kind of material, internet users must be aware of the very secretive world of paedophiles. They need to be aware of unusual keywords to find content, and use software to circumnavigate the usual internet connection monitoring systems in place. They have to already be aware of the communication systems paedophiles use (such as chat software) and the way they share depraved material.

In effect, child pornography cannot be accessed by a person who does not already possess specific knowledge, and those trying to seek such depraved material will spend a long time trying to find ways into something resembling an internet underworld.

Most of us will be totally unaware of the software required, the keywords, or the obscure places on the internet that someone would have to visit to view or download material.

The police use sophisticated equipment and have an extensive intelligence network to track down material containing child pornography and to catch those who distribute it. Even so, they are unable to locate every source and catch every pervert.

If the police were able to view this material as easily as Cameron insinuates, the question would have to be asked why they have not reported it to the internet companies so they could block it, and why have the police not arrested the perverts concerned?

In recent news, spooks at GCHQ are alleged to have been accessing internet data of British nationals illegally via the US PRISM system. Why have they not been instructed to locate all of this alleged child pornography and catch the filth that allegedly distribute it?

Even though illegal, the public might start having some faith that the corrupt government we have the misfortune to have in charge are doing something useful to protect our children, instead of protecting commercial and political interests.

By allowing this material to exist (if it does) when the government already has the means to stop it makes Cameron complicit in the abuse of children.

While we are on the subject of government complicity in child abuse – what has Cameron done to bring those politicians to account over their abuse of children at Elm Guest House, and the other perverted activities involving children by his cronies? Nothing of course.

Cameron said in a statement that child pornography “…twists minds and is… a danger to children”, which is absolutely correct – just look at the government and the likes of Kenneth Clarke and William Hague who have both been deeply involved in controversy and allegations of child abuse or covering it up.

If this child pornography that Cameron claims exists, then we would also ask what the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (a government agency) is doing?

If they are not being effective then why are we spending money on them and paying Peter Davis (their CEO) a nice salary?

According to their website they have extensive resources available and are able to liaise and act internationally.

There are many more questions why the government are not bringing their own ilk into the legal system to be investigated and prosecuted where appropriate.

There are questions why the extensive resources in place are not being effective in stopping this filthy and sick trade.

The tools are already there, and with the additional resources already being used by major internet companies there is no need at all for this kind of content to still be available.

Cameron using the deaths of two little girls to further his own political objectives is just as disgusting as the monsters who took their little lives.

With the Draft Communication Bill raising its ugly head again, Cameron is using this to bring in legislation that will enslave us all in a horror worse than the socialist communist Russia of the past.

And what about the TENS OF THOUSANDS of children Cameron has been DIRECTLY  responsible for killing around the world. Do they not matter?

Abuse of our children is not a matter to be bartered for political popularity or power. It is something that the authorities should be concentrating on stamping out.

This is more rhetoric, lies, and smoke and mirrors. Passing the buck for the government’s own failings.

He has just attended the Bilderberg Conference in Watford. Guess who else was there?

YES – Mr Eric E. Schmidt, Executive Chairman of Google. Wonder what they talked about? Was it about tax or the protection of our children? Which would be more important to Cameron? Tax of course, although they probably talked about neither.

So here we have yet another situation where the government is attempting to dupe the public – to use something that is going to make people instinctively react with disgust and shock, and with little questioning of the facts presented to them, something the public will demand something is done about.

There are no words to write at the moment which would adequately describe this sickening tactic by Cameron.

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