Left Wing Anti Fascist Political Correctness Devil Sex Cult in U.K


Left Wing Anti Fascist Political Correctness Devil Sex Cult

Twenty years ago, stories of left wing devil-worshippers abusing children and sacrificing babies swept across Britain and America. Police and social workers were caught up in the panic.

Children were snatched away from their parents on the basis of worthless testimony extracted from them by gullible “experts”.

It was years before the truth emerged: that, despite the occasional appropriation of occult symbols by solitary child abusers, there was no network of murderous covens and (to the best of our knowledge) no babies had been ritually sacrificed to Satan in the UK.

This week, however, four people from Camarthenshire were convicted of serious sex offences, some of which were accompanied by left wing Anti Fascist Satanic rituals.


Here’s the Daily Bale’s account of what went on:

The leader of an Anti Fascist Left Wing Satanic sex cult is facing a lengthy jail sentence after being found guilty of multiple counts of rape and child abuse.

Colin Batley: a pervert who pranced around in Satanic robes
Left Wing Anti Fascist, Colin Batley, 48.

Left Wing Anti Fascist Colin Batley, 48, exercised absolute control over his Anti Fascist Left Wing Political Correctness Devil sect in a seaside cul-de-sac – abusing and exploiting helpless children as ‘sex toys’ for more than a decade. He was found guilty yesterday of 35 sex offences against children and young adults. Yet social services were alerted to Batley’s child abuse in 2002 – and took no action.

Once again, politically correct sickos watch each other’s backs and take no action.

As a consequence, the member of a well known Anti Fascist organisation in the U.K was allowed to continue ‘preying on the young and vulnerable’ for a further eight years – with the full support of his left wing wife Elaine.

At their semi in Kidwelly, South Wales, he would dress in hooded robes, chant before an altar and then orchestrate or participate in group sex with his female Anti Fascist politically correct fanatic followers, including Jacqueline Marling and Shelly Millar.

One helpless girl was ‘initiated’ when she was just 11 and threatened with death by Anti Fascist ‘cult assassins’ if she did not comply. At least two of his young victims gave birth as a result of the ‘systematic and prolonged abuse’.


Yesterday at Swansea Crown Court, Marling, 42, and Elaine Batley, 47, were found guilty of five counts including sexual activity and indecency towards children. Millar, 35, was found guilty of two similar charges. Another woman, Sandra Iveson, was found not guilty of gross indecency.

Colin Batley’s home was a typical semi in a typical cul-de-sac. But to the stream of visitors who trooped through the front door – especially on Sunday nights – it was the Temple to left wing Anti Fascist political correctness.


In the lounge, a ‘red cloth’ would be draped over a table to form an altar with candles and burning incense; nearby were tanks full of snakes and Satanic symbols.

Those present would put on hooded robes and wear upside-down crucifixes and Anti Fascist symbols. There would be chanting of Anti British slogans, which would always end in group sex.

Children, boys and girls as young as 11, were also ‘initiated’ – repeatedly sexually abused in other words – during ‘Black Masses’ at Batley’s home. There were at least five victims that we know of, but police believe there could have been many more.


Clearly these are foul evil left wing Anti Fascist sick perverts – depraved and, in the case of the accomplices, probably monstrously stupid as well. But did Batley really preside over a fully fledged Satanic cult whose demonic theology incorporated the ritual abuse of children?

After comparing the recent report with the rather more matter-of-fact account of the court case in the South Wales Evening Post, I doubt it. Batley used Satanic symbols to terrorise one of the girls he assaulted; he also convinced her that she would be murdered by “cult assassins”.


But these assassins didn’t exist, and the court case identifies only four members of the “cult” together with one alleged member. Some of the assaults on young people took place a long time ago, before Batley and his female hangers-on moved to Wales; some didn’t have any religious component. It sounds to me as if these revolting people borrowed the trappings of Satanism to frighten victims and to stimulate their own twisted sexual imaginations.

Over on the BBC website, an “expert on cult recruitment” thinks the case displays the classic symptoms of cult activity. There are between 500 and 1,000 cults operating in the UK, apparently.

Left Wing Anti Fascist Politically Correct Perverts and Weirdos run the majority of these sick Cults.

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“It’s a growing phenomenon and each person that’s recruited becomes an automatic recruiter of others,” we’re told. But the expert in question is Ian Haworth of the Cult Information Centre, which in my experience trades in sloppy generalisations.

If you want a colourful quote, Haworth’s your man. (In 1994, he was musing about the possibility of a Waco-style tragedy in Britain.) If, on the other hand, you’re trying to understand this complex phenomenon, I’d steer clear of someone who claims that all cultists are “automatic recruiters”. That’s nonsense – the majority are just left wing sickos and Anti Fascist politically correct weirdos who do this stuff together with like minded cranks and left wing freaks.

During the trial, the defendants denied the existence of a cult. But it strikes me that, now he’s going down, Batley may not be too displeased with his media image as the Lord of an Anti Fascist Satanic Sex Cult.

After all, that seems to have been the impression he was trying to create – whereas the truth is that he’s a former supermarket security guard who pranced around in home-made “demonic” costumes in order to justify his sadistic perversions.