Actor Elijah Wood Blows the Whistle on Massive Hollywood Pedophile Scandal
It’s one of those horrible things that people who follow alternative media are well aware of, but it’s rare to hear an actor come out and admit it in the mainstream media.
Actor Elijah Wood has gone on record in a London Times interview to say that Hollywood is covering up an organized pedophile ring similar to the scandal surrounding Britain’s Jimmy Savile.
Thirty-five-year-old Wood admitted there are “parties” where innocent, naive young actors are “preyed upon” in Hollywood by a powerful elite, and that “It was all organized.”
“There is darkness in the underbelly—if you can imagine it, it’s probably happened.”
Wood goes on to say that those who attempt to speak out get “squashed” and their lives are ruined, to be expected.
The actor believes these things are going on right now and the general public has no idea: “I’ve been led down dark paths to realize that these things probably are still happening,” he said.
Well, why would they stop when there have never been any consequences?
He hedged himself in the way he discussed it, but still. At least he’s saying something. What’s more horrifying is that large portions of Hollywood and especially many more actors who started their careers at a young age totally know what’s really going on and none of them will come forward. Not a peep.
Can you imagine the power if a large number of them stood in solidarity and spoke out against this disgusting system? They really could actually bring it down.
Too bad they don’t realize the power they have… or are too worried about their careers to do the right thing, not just for themselves, but all the other current and future victims who will be harmed by this.
ACTOR ADMITS TO SATANIC SEXUAL ABUSE IN HOLLYWOOD!
ACTOR THREATENED COWARDLY RETRACTS COMMENTS ON CHILD SEX ABUSE IN HOLLYWOOD!
ACTOR ADMITS TO BEING PASSED AROUND TO HOLLYWOOD PEDOPHILES!
UK police expect 30,000 new child abuse reports
New figures in the UK show the number of child sex abuse cases reported to police is dramatically on the rise, with cases being passed to police at a rate of 100 a month by the public inquiry set up following the Jimmy Savile scandal.
The number of sexual abuse cases being reported to police in England and Wales rose 80 percent between 2012 and 2015, according to The Guardian.
Simon Bailey, head of the national coordinating unit Operation Hydrant, said his team was expecting to be given 30,000 reports of new child sexual offences by the end of the Goddard inquiry.
Operation Hydrant is a UK police investigation into allegations of “non-recent” child sexual abuse. It coordinates a number of other investigations by police forces throughout Britain.
The Goddard inquiry was established in 2014 to examine how the country's institutions handled their duty of care to protect children from sexual abuse.
Reports of child abuse to police across the country are continuing to rise, said Bailey, who is the chief constable of Norfolk.
He calculated that the continuing increase would mean that by 2020 police across the country would be investigating 200,000 cases of child sexual abuse.
The chief constable said that the rise in investigations was due not just to increased reporting but to more children being abused, with the Internet acting as a facilitator for pedophiles to contact children.
“It is fair to say I am surprised by the extent of abuse being exposed, it is shocking. In trying to get a message across to the public about the scale of this, it is important to remember that behind each of these figures there is a victim,” Bailey added.
“We are seeing a significant rise in the number of referrals each month from the Goddard inquiry, and these allegations relate to abuse in a range of institutions from the church, to schools, the scouts and hospitals.”
Justice Lowell Goddard is running 13 investigations into institutional abuse, which include inquiries concerning Westminster, the Catholic Church, Church of England, and Lambeth borough, and concerning grooming and sexual exploitation in Rochdale, Devon, Cornwall, Oxford and Rotherham, and at the Medomsley detention center in Durham.
Another 12 investigations will be pursued during the inquiry. Most of these 25 investigations will lead to public hearings.
Two thousand victims have already contacted the inquiry to give details about experiences of child sexual abuse.
In Australia where a royal commission into child abuse is being held, the number of people who have come forward has surpassed predictions. Bailey said that the same would be true of the Goddard hearings.