Heart of Darkness III: Elm Guest House — What Happened at London’s Child Sex Brothel?

Dismissed by the press as having been a hoax all along, what is the truth about the brothel linked to government and establishment paedophile rings?

Michael East
True Crime Detective

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The phrase “conspiracy theory” has become a pair of dirty words, thanks largely to the tabloid press. No matter how factual a thing may be, once the press has termed it a “conspiracy theory,” it will no longer be taken seriously, no matter how grave the accusation. In their eyes, those who believe in “conspiracy theories” are not victims of abuse, serious journalists, or level-headed citizens. Instead, they will be put into the same box as those who believe in the Loch Ness Monster, Bigfoot, and lizardmen.

Calling your accuser “mad” is the oldest type of deflective defence in the book, and the denigration of child sex abuse allegations as conspiracy theories are just another form of that. The number of paedophilia rings and organised cases of mass abuse in the United Kingdom is staggering, many of them having been “conspiracy theories” for decades. Equally, when there are so many cover-ups, such as that with Boothby and the Krays, it’s also very easy to believe that everything is a conspiracy and also very easy to manipulate people…

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Michael East
True Crime Detective

Freelance writer. Writing on true crime, mysteries, politics, history, popular culture, and more. | https://linktr.ee/MichaelEast