Exposing The Shameful Corruption In Our Civil Service. Rutnam Is Only The Tip Of The Iceberg!

There’s been an awful lot of column inches and verbal discussion since Sir Philip Rutnam dramatically resigned as permanent secretary for the Home Office on Saturday. As usual, the mainstream media has been economical with the facts, whilst on social media, most of the assertions have been fabricated one way or another. So let’s be clear, instead of choosing a side based on our political biases – left, right, leave, remain, we’ll use evidence!

Rutnam is your typical civil servant, well paid, privileged position, little or no accountability and out of touch with the trials and tribulations of the average working men, women and families of Britain. Yet he wields power well above most elected MPs and even ministers of state.

But it gets worse, much, much worse and this is the bombshell revelation that our entire national media, including independent bloggers and household names are not investigating. So we began to look deeply into the background of the career civil servants who preside over budgets worth trillions of pounds. We think you will be astonished!

We began delving into Rutnam’s background. Just how did this man get his job? Who gave him his first rung on the ladder? Who promoted him? Then we realised, we’d opened up a can of worms. Frequently, names such as Mark Sedwill, Sir Jeremy Heywood, Sir Ivan Rogers, Sir Jon Cunliffe, Lord Gus O’Donnell and dozens more came up in connected sequence. Each of them had had early connections with banking and financial institutions such as; Morgan Stanley, Barclays, Citigroup and many others. Almost all had wormed their way into the seat of power… The Treasury! 

Senior politicians and diplomats such as Oliver Letwin, Edward Llewellyn and Kim Darroch were also found to have followed the same, early career path and subsequently awarded their civil servant chums a lucrative post. If they were not linked by banking and finance, it was easy to connect them all to the same schools and universities. It became easy to track this sleazy ‘old boys network!’

Whitehall Full Of Cronies

From the poll tax fiasco, to illegally outsourcing Britain’s wealth and sovereignty to unelected foreign heads in Brussels, these individuals, and others have failed the public, costing trillions in unnecessary wars, failed IT projects, disastrous immigration policies and expenses scandals. They have delivered nothing but failure and misery to the people who fund their luxurious lifestyles and not one of them has ever been convicted, or even stood trial! 

Another connection to consider, many of the protagonists above have, at sometime or another in their careers, worked in or for the EU. They were part of the Brexit blocking parliament that did everything in their power to snatch democracy from the people. Some of them are still doing all they can to stop our final departure from Brussels in January 2021.

We have deliberately not put any links to our research. We want you – the reader – to simply put into Google the names above. We’re certain that after a few hours, you will uncover more sinister links to a far greater web of corrupt, powerful civil service mandarins and our ruling elite, spanning over four decades and many different governments. These individuals have all received enormous salaries, pension pots and in many cases, shameful amounts of pay-offs, along with the obligatory knighthoods and peerages. Most of them are still rifling the pockets of hardworking taxpayers in their retirement. 

A formal public inquiry is unlikely to happen, because those who are in the position to instigate such a justified request are all, somehow connected to this national scandal. It’s up to us, the people and victims to pile on the pressure if we can get the momentum! Or, the alternative is to allow these suited, smooth talking criminals to continue to suck the food and wealth from our lives!

We’re on the eve of ‘taking back control’ from Brussels, once this has been achieved, let us next ‘take back control’ of our country and government by radical reform of the undemocratic ‘Civil Service’! 

25 comments

  1. I’m impressed by what you have to say but in this age of fake news etc. can you be trusted? I hope so because I intend to share with friends and would be disappointed if it turns out the news is false.

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    • Get off your backside, or should I say stay on your backside…and do your own damn research.

      I Wikipedia’s Rutnam as soon as I heard his name, not that I believe much on that site.

      Rutnam…Dulwich College, Trinity Hall Cambridge, Harvard, Morgan Stanley.

      This isn’t difficult.

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    • I know first hand how corrupt the civil servents are. No one holds them to account and they get away with everything. They are The root of all the rotteness in our government as well as the Lords. Its time these paracites were brought out in the open .

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  2. The EU moles must be rooted out from every institution, it might take years, we will never be truly independent until the whole corrupt edifice implodes, successive British governments must work to that end.

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    • I don’t see any government doing anything about it. It must come from the population. Both have their snouts in the same trough. They are all corrupt along with the system they have changed to benefit themselves.

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  3. I intend to do exactly what you advise and do my homework through research before forwarding all the relevant facts on facebook. I dont doubt for a second what you state is true

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  4. Remove your political blinkers and look around you.
    Our own OAPS are treated disgracefully by receiving the 128th lowest state pension in the 128 wealthiest countries.
    Immigrants receive an extra £100pw ‘hardship allowance’.
    The best they can hope for is enough savings to pay for their funeral.

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  5. I just hope that I have read true facts not newspaper lies and distortions of the truth.
    These money sucking leeches are only looking out for themselves not doing their job for Joe public.

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  6. I have found it easier to delve into American affairs of late, and clearly see a correlation between them and British government. They both appear joined at the hip, causing me to wonder at the identities of corruptors!
    Let us rid this country of our own “Deep State” and bring government out of this current pit of corruption, disloyalty and sedition in which they wallow – whilst we the taxpayer fund their obscene peccadillos!

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  7. There seems to have been neglect by various governments to the power of the higher ranking Civil Servants – time to drain the swamp I think. Was it lazy government letting CS’s make decisions without first fact finding for themselves? Lazy or too trusting?

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  8. For too long the UK public have been led to believe that our Civil Service is made up of individuals who are ABSOLUTELY INDEPENDENT OF POLITICAL BIAS AND WHO TREAT EVERY GOVERNMENT WITH EQUAL FAIR AND UNBIASED ADVICE.

    After the Referendum vote it started to become very clear that this was not the case and as time passed more and more attempts by the Civil Service were made to obstruct the UK’s withdrawal from the EU.

    After the General Election the so called impartiality of the Civil Service had vanished completely and it’s members ( our public servants) now appear to be confident enough (and cocky enough) to force our of office a member of the elected Government.

    This will backfire and hopefully this elected Government will clear out from the Civil Service those employees who are not as impartial as we have been led to believe – but far more interested in making things difficult for a Government OVERWHELMINGLY ELECTED BY THE PEOPLE.

    THE SOONER THEY ARE TRACKED DOWN AND REMOVED THE BETTER FOR OUR COUNTRY AND IT’S LOYAL.AND PATRIOTIC CITIZENS.

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  9. These Mandarins are not above the Law. There should be an intensive, Independant, objective investigations into all these allegations.
    If and when completed it should be made public. If it is found to be accurate and true the people should be subjected to law enforcement, arrested and eventually judged in a court of Law. If found guilty the should be given the appropriate sentences, and I don’t mean suspended sentences I mean imprisonment and not in a cushy open prison. Automatically sacked. Loss of pension rights, any perks and if proven to have taken bribes the products of crime should be retrieved, even homes, cars etc and any knighthoods received should be made null and void!

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  10. Even if we don’t have the evidence in front of us, I for one have felt, known this for years, I’m not a fan of Boris but at this time he is the best we have us to rid these corrupt creatures hidden in the civil service. We the people are sovereign. This is the start of the revolution Boris could go down in History next to Churchill if he leads the revolution from within.

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  11. Only one way for the working man to stop these individuals lording it over the ordinary person……is for every community in the UK to become Independent ..Each having one leader to be voted in by the people of his or hers individual community. that goes the same for all collected revenues, each community then can look after and manage their own affairs…….Then form one UK Government only with those chosen leaders.lets call it [THE PEOPLES GOVERNMENT] any Government member not pulling his weight will be voted out by the PEOPLE. [not kept in by his so call’d mates mate’s ] THE LIKES OF TODAYS CORRUPT INDIVIDUALS WILL HAVE T GO OUT AND FIND A JOB

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  12. Shades of the USA.
    No wonder Boris and Donald like each other. They are fighting the same war and trying to clear out the swamp.
    Good luck to you all.🙋🏻

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