"MI5 ran a brothel in Church Street in Kensington throughout much of the 1950's and early 1960's for the use of visiting dignitaries, diplomats and intelligence officers.
Reportedly the security services were prepared to allow child abuse to take place at the Kincora boys' home in Northern Ireland.
Kincora was a boys' home in East Belfast, run by Joseph Mains, Raymond Semple and William McGrath, who were reportedly fond of young boys. (Kincora Boys' Home - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
McGrath was also the leader of an extremist Protestant paramilitary organization.
Allegedly, "Kincora was run as a virtual gay brothel by loyalist leaders and MI5 . Its clientele who preyed for years on vulnerable young boys... included loyalist paramilitary leaders , unionist politicians , judges and public figures . MI5... used it as a blackmailers lever." (Michael stone, MI5 and Kincora - Irish Nationalism)
Allegedly, "Loyalists have long had links with Zionist gangsters and have received Israeli weapons. In at least one incident weapons were exchanged for intelligence material on British missile systems, and loyalists rely on Israeli-'Russian' mafiosi for supplies of ecstasy pills. Loyalists have also engaged in the smuggling of non-Whites into Eire in alliance with the 'Russian' mafia.
"Sexual perversion is also a disturbing undercurrent in Northern Ireland’s paramilitary netherworld... William McGrath, a leading loyalist, was imprisoned after sexually molesting children for years with the knowledge of British intelligence – to whom he was giving information – in the Kincora Boy’s Home. John McKeague, founder of the Red Hand Commando, was also a feared pederast". (Michael stone, MI5 and Kincora - Irish Nationalism)
In the book Who Framed Colin Wallace? (Who Framed Colin Wallace) by Paul Foot (Macmillan, London 1989), we learn about the Kincora boys' home scandal.
1. Colin Wallace served in a special Ministry of Defence press unit in Northern Ireland which dealt in "psychological operations."
2. Wallace tried to alert the authorities about what was going on at Kincora.