‘Famous for its noise. Now infamous for its silence,’ Channel 4’s Alex Thomson’s latest Tweet

ALEX THOMSON has thrown out another Celtic related Saturday morning tweet and confirms what The Celtic Star told you last weekend, that the story he is working on relates to child abuse in Scottish football.

We’ve attempted to assist the Channel 4 man last weekend when we pointed out that this is NOT an issue that only concerns Celtic. You will remember that he used a photograph of the front door at Celtic Park in his initial tweet. We suggested to him that Ibrox should have been pictured alongside Celtic Park. That has obviously has not fallen on deaf ears.

During the week we provided Thomson with a professional opinion that he could listen to rather than the agenda-fuelled warped hatemongers from across the city. Grown men who take their children to the football and then chant about child abuse.

Thomson appears to have read that professional opinion piece we sent him – A Professional Insight – Channel 4’s ‘Watch this Space’ with the Celtic Park photograph – but if not he can read catch up HERE.

Thomson’s latest tweet from this morning reads as follows: “Famous for its noise. Now infamous for its silence. Is Scottish football dealing with its past paedophile rings generally? Is Celtic FC particularly? Special investigation with new evidence now being edited for Channel 4 News.”

He’s taken on board that in just mentioning Celtic and Celtic alone he was misleading his audience. This is a matter that involves more than just Celtic. Rangers, Hibs and other clubs are involved and in the Professional Insight feature mentioned above it is explained just how difficult it is to protect children from these sick, evil paedophile rings.

Much more is known about this today and all the clubs in Scotland – especially Celtic – have taken all appropriate steps to ensure that there is no repeat. Thomson’s report will be a hard watch for Scottish football, yet one group of supporters, whose old club were targeted just as much as Celtic by these perverted scumbags, will gleefully enjoy the report, making them almost as warped as the guilty parties who have thankfully not escaped punishment.

Thomson report is about how Scottish clubs are “dealing with its past paedophile rings,” with particular attention being given to Celtic. Yet across the city the Rangers have dealt with their own “past paedophile rings” by directing victims to the old clubs’s liquidators. A shameful response, from the Rangers who even claim that they are the same club.

Ask them about that Alex.

Some comments to his tweet below…

“The truth will out. Justice is needed for all the victims whether linked to Celtic, or at the hands of Gordon Neely, Kenny Watson, Harry Dunn and John Chalmers across the city at Rangers.”

“Looks like you’re targeting one club only on this subject Alex. I remember you targeting CelticFC supporters in the past with the “Celtic supporters are as bad as Millwall supporters? Where did that get you? Have you an agenda against CelticFC? We’ll soon find out i’m sure.”

“Sadly the abuse of children is an issue Scottish football will have to address. Anyone who was involved should be prosecuted without fear or favour. Those who revel in it seeking to score points should obtain the help their sick minds badly need.”

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The Celtic Star founder and editor, who has edited numerous Celtic books over the past decade or so including several from Lisbon Lions, Willie Wallace, Tommy Gemmell and Jim Craig. Earliest Celtic memories include a win over East Fife at Celtic Park and the 4-1 League Cup loss to Partick Thistle as a 6 year old. Best game? Easy 4-2, 1979 when Ten Men Won the League. Email editor@thecelticstar.co.uk

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