Campaign for Homosexual Equality

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The Campaign for Homosexual Equality (CHE) is a London based Homosexual activist group that includes many pedophiles and openly campaigns for legalizing pedophilia.

History and Links with Pedophilia

CHE started as the North Western Homosexual Law Reform Committee (NWHLRC) founded in Manchester in 1964 by Allan Horsfall and Colin Harvey. In 1969 it became the Committee for Homosexual Equality, then the Campaign for Homosexual Equality. Its HQ is now in the Caledonian Road, London. CHE has always had close links with the Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE), allowing it to lobby at its conferences until 1983, and there are many common members. Leo Adamson was on the executive committees of both. The pedophile magazine Minor Problems was run jointly by CHE and PIE. In 1980, CHE adopted as its official policy the abolition of all age of consent laws. Despite that, it received support from the National Council for Civil Liberties.

Researchers from NAPAC (National Association for People Abused in Childhood) have found the minutes of a meeting CHE held in Manchester in 1983 (dated from references to Tom O’Carroll being gaoled for two years). It records that one sub-group, the black and ethnic minorities caucus, submitted a letter objecting to the prominence of PIE members who attended the conference and were selling their magazine Minor Problems, because this could attract bad publicity in the press. “They caused great distress to a number of survivors of child sexual abuse who were present,” runs the letter and it goes on to ask, not for them to be banned but merely for them to show “greater restraint” at future events. In reply, Leo Adamson, on behalf of CHE, said that PIE was only selling magazines like anyone else at the meeting, and that CHE “should be supporting groups on the sexual fringe”. A demand for a vote of support for the letter was withdrawn when it was agreed to discuss the matter further at an AGM the next month. At the AGM, CHE rejected the idea of banning pedophiles. Instead it passed a motion proposed by Martin Burgess and seconded by Geraint Jones of Aberystwyth Gay and Lesbian Society, that “pedophiles are an oppressed minority” , alluding to the jail term served by Tom O’Carroll, acknowledging that there were “a large number of peds around, many very active in the lesbian and gay movement”, (which was and is very true) lamenting that peds were often driven out of the UK to more “liberated” countries such as the Netherlands; arguing that children want sex with peds, and finally quoting from Peter Tatchell’s chapter in “Betrayal of Youth” where he claims that the arguments against “intergenerational sex” are the same as those against interracial marriage.

On September 30, 1983, Capital Gay the homosexual activist newspaper reported that CHE had "stepped up its support for PIE."[1] CHE had stopped using Monomark because Monomark had refused to deliver the PIE magazine Minor Problems, and CHE had written in protest to Midland Bank for closing PIE’s account. CHE urged other queer groups to do the same. Its current leaders were David Green and Nick Billingham. On at least two occasions the CHE conference passed motions in PIE's favor.

In 2009, CHE called for the NCCL to recommend a time limit on reporting child sex abuse. This idea which would free a lot of pedophiles from fear of prosecution finally got NCCL to disaffiliate from CHE. [2]

Matthew Parris of Stonewall UK has claimed that “Most gay people were horrified by any conflation of homosexuality and a sexual interest in children.” The documentary evidence from the CHE minutes proves that he is wrong. The opposite is true. In the 1990s the heterosexual Peter Hain, later a Labour MP, who was Honorary Vice-President of CHE, spoke out against PIE and the result was a breach. Hain resigned.

North Wales Child Abuse Scandal

CHE had a branch in Chester, North Wales, that was actively involved with pimping young boys out of care homes to male homosexuals. First investigated in 1996, then suppressed, this story re-emerged in 2012. An official inquiry, the Waterhouse Report said that there was a long-standing pedophile ring in the Wrexham and Chester area of North Wales, with links to the Campaign for Homosexual Equality. Boy inmates of as many as forty children’s homes such as Bryn Estyn and Bryn Alyn Hall, both near Wrexham, had been regularly accessed by powerful men and politicians over a period of decades, from 1963-1992. They would be taken out of the home for a few hours then returned and warned to say nothing. Sir Ronald Waterhouse wrote that CHE “saw it [the pedophile ring] as a useful agency for identifying and contacting potential victims." A new investigation code-named ‘Operation Pallial’ was set in motion by Home Secretary Theresa May. Victims claimed that in the 1996 investigation the police had not allowed them to make complaints about certain high-up and powerful people. Photographs discovered in a flat in Wrexham in 1979 showed that there was molestation of young boys going on and some of the pederasts were not local. But these photographs were destroyed on police orders, leading to allegations of a cover-up. The affair was put into the hands of the Children’s Commissioner for Wales. By April 2013 a total of 140 complaints had been received from victims, all boys. The ages of the victims when molested ranged from 7 to 19, most of them being in the 12-15 age range. Several of the victims alleged that they had been molested by senior politicians. One victim, Steve Messham, said, “One particular night that I always recall is when I was basically raped, tied down, and abused by nine different men”. A police source alleges that there are still high-up offenders avoiding exposure. One was said to have enjoyed tormenting young boys and alleged to have murdered at least two. The UK mainstream media have done all they can to ignore, deny and cover up the close links between this CSA network and the LGBT movement. [3]

Company Description: “CHE produces books and leaflets for general use which give examples of discrimination and explain more about the aims and ideals of the campaign which include “education ”(sic). In its material, people who disagree with anything they demand are immediately labeled "anti-gay bigots" a belligerent term of abuse that was later copied by Stonewall UK. [4] [5] [6]