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London Slavery Balls: Daily Mirror’s Rachael Bletchly Leads The Nation In Brainwashing

by | 27th, November 2013

LONDON Slaves: A daily look at the story of three women “rescued” from a life in thrall to a “weedy” Maosit. Now read on…

Only one newspaper leads with the story on  its front page. The Belfast Telegraph :


Meet Josephine Herival, a former pupil at the city’s Methodist College.

Josephine Herival


We’re told:

This is believed to be the 57-year-old Northern Irish woman who was held captive in a London home for 30 years. The woman pictured has been named as Josephine Herival, according to ITV News. She was featured in a 1997 documentary on the death of Maoist Sian Davies (44), who died after falling from a window.

Miss Davies died after plunging from the bathroom of a house rented by the couple suspected of holding three women against their will.

She must be one of those white slaves we’ve read so much about? Slaves like Maria, the girl stolen by gypsies, who wasn’t. Like the “Romanian child slaves freed in Slough”, who weren’t slaves, either.




One of “Fagin’s heirs” was under one . As with Maria , the State legally kidnapped the well-cared for and loved children. They knew best. None of the children were enslaved

So. Did the three women “salves” really endure a “30-year nightmare of captivity, servitude and unimaginable brutality”, as the Daily Mirror’s Rachael Bletchly stated?

How her hand must have been trembling as she picked up the telephone and punched in that 11-digit number. Had she memorised it from the TV documentary that opened her eyes to the horrific truth about her own existence? Had she told her two fellow captives what she was about to do, or decided to act alone?


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