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Bill ‘Cock’ Roache says Jimmy Savile’s sex abuse was in God’s script

by | 20th, March 2013

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BILL Roache is not Ken Barlow, Coronation Street’s randy, pompous, educated bore. That’s just the job God picked out for him. Roache is in the public eye because he told New Zealand’s One News his views on child sex crimes.

Before that he was on This Morning to try and reach out to with his pet Jack Russell dogs, Poppy and Harry, “via animal psychic Jackie Weaver”. He once walked with the Druids (see photo above). One News knew they were stood on fertile ground when the posed the questions.

This is the same Roache who was the subject of the Daily Mirror shocker:  “Corrie star Bill Roache claims he has bedded up to 1,000 woman. “In an astonishing interview, he admits: ‘I didn’t have any control over my sex drive.”

Roche is in the Guinness Book of Records as the world’s longest serving actor in a serial drama. When his 18-month-old daughter died in 1984, he had a vision. H notes in his book 50 Years on the Street:

“I suddenly saw this wonderful golden light and in the middle of it was the face of little Edwina, looking down and reassuring me that she was well and happy.”

Roache told us that on December 12 2012, the world moved into  “a higher vibration…This will be the Golden Age, when a majority will know they are love and they are spiritual beings… The Earth will continue to cleanse itself while material and negative things will collapse and cease to be.”

A homeopathic doctor told him in a dream that humans will converse telepathically: “He was able to appear on the astral plane, come into a dream and actually speak to me in that way.”

So. If you want to know his thoughts on the Jimmy Savile case and historial sex crimes, you’re going to get them:

Roache: “If you accept that you are pure love, and if you know that you are pure love and therefore live that pure love, these things won’t happen to you.”

Interviewer Garth Bray: “To some people that sounds perhaps like you’re saying victims bring things on themselves – is that what you’re saying?”

Roache: “No, not quite, but and yet I am, because everything that happens to us has been a result of what we have been in previous lives or whatever.

It’s not Jimmy Savile shagging the pubescent you. It’s a karmic God working through him. What becomes of Savile in the next life is a moot point. Is he the victim of intelligent design, his child raping antics a cross to bear? Does he return a King? Or does the young Savile get molested on an NHS ward? And will his molester be cast as the real victim in the Brave New World?

Roache: “Paedophilia is absolutely horrendous. Paedophiles should be sought out, rooted out and dealt with. But there’s a fringe of people who, particularly pop singers, they have these groupies, these girls, who come, they’re sexually active, sexually mature, they don’t ask for their birth certificate, they don’t know what age they may be. But they’re certainly not grooming them and exploiting them, but they can be caught in this trap. These people are instantly stigmatised, some will be innocent, some will not, but until such time as it’s proven there should be anonymity for both”…

Roache: “If someone has done something wrong the law will take its course. But even so, all of them, whether they are proven guilty or not, we should not be judgmental about anybody, ever. We shouldn’t go around condemning, unforgiving. We should all be totally forgiving about everything.”

To clear things up, Roache spoke with Sky News:

Sky News correspondent Becky Johnson: “You appear to have suggested some victims may be paying for things they did in a past life. Is that how you feel?”

Rocahe: “No I would not go along and say things like that. I’m not saying that. In this situation where we can only talk about the law. I’m not going to talk about victims or life. Life is what we make it. We do come into life to learn from certain experiences and broadly some of the major experiences we have we have asked to go through. This is my understanding of life…. If you’re going to pin me down and start saying ‘all victims deserve what they’re getting’. No I am not saying that at all.”

Rocahe: “I’m not blaming anybody for anything but things were different back in the 1970s. People were more tactile. I think it’s probably unfair to judge too harshly today on things that were done 20 or 30 years ago. There should be a greater understanding that things were different in those days.”

He then isued a statement:

“I would never say that victims of sexual offences are in any way responsible for the abuse they have suffered and I offer my deepest apologies if anything I have said has been misunderstood in this way. I had no intention of causing any kind of distress as a result of my interview and I offer my utmost sympathies to anyone affected by sexual offences and paedophilia. “

So. If you want to know about the meaning of life, ask a soap actor:

Photo: Coronation Street actor William Roache (l) walking along with fellow Druids as they gather at Tower Hill in London.

Date: 21/03/1979



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