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hah, damn knew this thread would come back and haunt me #DigUpSavile
this guy gives me the fucking creeps!
I've not met one person who didn't find him creepy, if ever there was a stereotypical image of a kiddy fiddler it was Jimmy Saville.
- More like a nonce crossed with a christmas tree, he had that bizzarre rayon ghetto-fabulous thing going on.NonEntity
- That, and the mediaeval pox-ridden bumpkin hair. My eyes feel molested just looking at it.NonEntity
- ...like something straight out of The Canterbury Tales was our Jimmy, venereal warts and allNonEntity
but he's dead now,
so no one is going to pay for his alleged crimes
@ jimbo like the many cases of pedophilia involving the richNfamous, it will go nowhere, look how long the catholic church kept the lid on their party train...
I remember the dutroux affaire, once it was known that some royals were involved, the case was closed,
same with this case, they'll catch the low rats, but if it pops out that some prince was involved, game over
this is what he'd be playing then as a dj
You wouldn't think it to look at him...
I think it's an important point to make that he wasn't a pedophile - that was a word invented by pedarists in an attempt to justify their prediliction back in the 60s. He was possibly a pedarist - there isn't any evidence for that at the moment, but all the girls involved were between 12 and 16, they were all going through puberty and displayed secondary sex characteristics - pedarists are attracted to prepubescent children. He had a serious emotional disorder that meant he couldn't find girls over a certain age attractive - and all that stuff with his mother 'The Duchess' - totally red-flag there. Like all abusers he was a broken individual with zero empathy. An evil, dark, malevolent character who, according to one of the Guardian articles wore a 'mask of lubricity', which I thought was a splendid description of his grinny, sinister face. I hope they dig him up and smash his body to pieces before flushing it down the toilet.
Yes, a good corpse-smash would make us all feel better. He's buried in concrete for a reason; he KNEW this would emerge (unlike the 'jewellery-in-the-coffin' line which if is true then he had delusions of being an Egyptian deity) . I think what needs to be uncovered now is the turning of the blind eye by the BBC, undoubtably there are countless former 'personalities' who were doing very similar things yet seeing themselves as untouchable. No pun etc.
He raised a fortune for charities, in the tens of millions, and saw this as a get out of jail free card. He was knighted FFS.
I completely agree, there was an unhealthy attachment to his dead mother- did you see the Louis Theroux show? 'She wouldn't even harm a fly' Brrr....
But the cover-up is what needs to be sorted out now, I imagine there's an awful amount of hard-drives being thrown in the Thames by various characters as we speak.
They earned those medals.