Brand's penultimate episode tackles one of the most controversial topics of all. Was he ordered to quit the show after these revelations?
Last week, Russell Brand made a shock decision to stop airing his YouTube channel The Trews. Just one day earlier, he had made a video about a topic that may have caused great anger to certain members of the elite: the systematic sexual abuse of thousands of children by well-known British politicians, in a vile cover-up that spans decades.
When rumors of a historic, organized pedophile ring within Westminster first surfaced, few people believed it could possibly be true. Since then, the evidence has grown so much that even the corporate press has been forced to report on its existence. There have been secret inquiries and reviews, then reviews of the initial reviews, the scandal of missing files relating to the abuse, and legislation set out to prevent many of the pedophiles’ names from being released to the public. Many of these monsters are still in high positions of power in Britain, and it’s likely that they will never be brought to justice.
In an episode entitled: ‘MPs: If they f**k our children, are they f**king us all?’, Brand attacks the system that allows this abuse to be perpetuated. Former British Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath and MPs Cyril Smith and Leon Brittan are among the high-profile law-makers who were protected from justice by Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher during the 1970s and 80s. Other high-ranking pederast politicians are still in power today.
Attempts to investigate allegations of child rape (and in some cases, murder) have continually been thwarted. One sick individual has revealed how he used to chauffeur innocent children to pedophile orgies to be ‘auctioned off’ then sickeningly abused by members of parliament during the 1970s. Not only have crucial files on these crimes disappeared into thin air, but police inquiries have been ordered to stop and the British government has announced that details of the pedophile ring will be kept secret from the public until 2056.
Brand attacks this decision: “These things are happening now, these people are in power now. It’s a festering system built on corruption. The fact that these systems are in place that can tolerate and protect that kind of behavior and blast the revelation of information so far into the future is an indication that revolutionary action is required.”
The day after airing this episode of the Trews, Russell Brand announced he was pulling the plug on his popular YouTube channel. Could it be that in making this video, he went a step too far? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section.
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