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BROWN PAPER ENVELOPE: Ex-PM Gordon Brown ‘Let RAPE GANGS Roam Free In Return For Saudi OIL MONEY’

FORMER Labour boss Gordon Brown allegedly let Muslim rape gangs roam free in Britain in an alleged deal with the Saudis, Politicalite can exclusively reveal.  

A City of London finance source exclusively claimed to Politicalite that during Gordon Brown’s short tenure as Prime Minister he borrowed money from the Saudi’s – but the deal had BIG strings attached. 

He urged the dollar-rich Gulf states to prop up ailing national economies through a massive injection of capital into the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and also asked for cash for Britain. 

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In return, he allegedly had to let Muslims “do anything they like.” 

A source connected finance in The City told Politicalite that “In return for the money, the condition they insisted on, was that Muslims in Britain must be free to do anything they like.”

“In the light of his subsequent repression of reporting on rape gangs, this information might provide the explanation.” 


Politicalite reported in 2018 that ex-North West Chief prosecutor alleged that the Home Office ordered police to ignore grooming gang claims in 2008 – though Home Secretary Jacqui Smith had nothing to do with the order. 

Nazir Afzal who reversed a Crown Prosecution Service decision and successfully prosecuted the notorious Rochdale rape gang told the BBC in 2018 that in 2008 the Home Office sent a circular email to all police forces calling on them to not investigate the sexual exploitation of young girls in towns and cities across the UK.

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LABOUR'S COVER UP - Politicalite, November 2018

He said: “You may not know this, but back in 2008 the Home office sent a circular to all police forces in the country saying ‘as far as these young girls who are being exploited in towns and cities, we believe they have made an informed choice about their sexual behaviour and therefore it is not for you police officers to get involved in.’”

“This brings a whole new dimension to the case – it was thought that both local police and local councils had failed their duty of care, but if true, Mr Afzal’s claims would show that instructions to the police to ignore the claims came from the very top, at the heart of government in Whitehall.”

Mr Afzal added in January 2020 that Jacqui Smith had nothing to do with the order and has apologised to her.



It is true that Gordon Brown attempted to persuade dollar-rich Gulf states to prop up ailing national economies through a massive injection of capital into the International Monetary Fund (IMF) – but there is no way of verifying the claim that Brown cut a deal ‘to let Muslims do what ever they wanted’ as no one will go on record. 

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The Guardian reported in 2008 that ex-PM Brown spent three hours in one-to-one talks with Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah, trying to persuade the monarch to invest in the IMF.

Brown hoped to persuade Gulf leaders to use some of the estimated $1tn they have made from high oil prices to boost the reserves, indicating that he would like to see the current sum increased by “hundreds of billions” of dollars.

The prime minister said following the talks that he was hopeful of having secured Saudi backing.

He told the BBC at the time: “I think people want to invest both in helping the world get through this very difficult period of time but I also think people want to work with us so we are less dependent on oil and have more stability in oil prices.”

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He added: “The Saudis will, I think, contribute, so we can have a bigger fund worldwide.”

GUANTANAMO BROWN: Ex-PM Shook Hands with Notorious Al Qaida Extremists

GORDON Brown shook hands with a notorious extremist on a visit to Saudi Arabia in 2008 when he tried to get Saudi money to prop up Britain the IMF.

During the trip to Saudi Arabia he also met Extremists and SHOOK HANDS with one.



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