A Loving Friend
Exposing Protection of Pedophiles Within the Arts Elite

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When the diaries of self declared pederast and famed artist Donald Friend were released the arts establishment PR machine declared him a colourful character with a fascinating past. I watched as the arts establishment white washed the illicit activities of Donald Friend, putting a seal of ...Read more

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