UK Islamic paedophiles exposed!
The sexual abuse of children takes different social forms: from sporadic child abductions, to organised child pornography rings, to abuse by parents or care-home staff. All of it is awful, and none of it should be ignored. The phenomenon of gangs of men who loiter with impunity around schoolgirls, luring them into a life of addiction and prostitution is a distinct category of child sexual abuse, but a category that the authorities in Britain have deliberately ignored for 25 years.
They ignored it, despite it being clearly put on the national agenda as long ago as 2003. There are some specific features and events which should have made it obvious to the authorities and the media that a new social phenomenon was occurring in Britain. What should have been of interest to the authorities?
∙ gangs of Muslim men hanging around school gates in cars
∙ schoolgirls contacting police and social services and telling them that they had been abused
∙ parents contacting police and social services with their fears and accumulated evidence
∙ extended families of Muslim men being associated with this child abuse
∙ schoolgirls being abducted or going missing for days on end
∙ stories of the men luring the girls with gifts, then turning them into addicts
∙ families having to abandon their daughters to stop the daughter luring other relatives into the clutches of the gangs
∙ connections between the grooming gangs and drug dealers
What should have been of interest to the media and academics?
∙ gang violence between Sikhs and Muslims over claims about grooming
∙ Sikhs creating organisations to teach their girls what the gangs were doing
∙ reports that devout Muslim organisations were instructing Muslim men to deceive and subjugate non-Muslim women
∙ refusal of the Muslim community to condemn these crimes and their failure to inform police that they were going on
∙ international parallels between this phenomenon in Britain and its occurrence in the Netherlands
Between 1988 and 2003, evidence of all of these things must have been known by many police officers, social workers, academics and journalists. Yet we will show that, with very few exceptions, these incidents were rarely publicised in the national media, by the campaigns of child-care charities, by official reports, or in academic books. On the rare occasion when the phenomenon would be discussed in more than the briefest details, political activists and the authorities would come together to stop the public from knowing more. Political correctness would be used to make sure that people did not speak about this phenomenon, enabling the perpetrators free rein to sexually abuse schoolgirls for decades. Yes, decades. We know that in an age where parents are not allowed to smack their children, this
sounds unbelievable. But finally, by 2011 the conspiracy of silence was broken. And in September 2012, The Times newspaper carried an extensive overview of what had been going on. It stated that “for more than a decade organised groups of men were able to groom, pimp and traffic girls across the country with virtual impunity.” The Times went on to quote a welfare expert describing this as “the biggest child protection scandal of our time.” We will show that even the coverage in The Times has understated the scale of the problem.
Read the book here: “Easy Meat” Multiculturalism, Islam and Child Sex Slavery (Downloadable)
But despite the book, despite the protests, nothing changes for the children: Grooming gangs continuing to abuse children in northern England, victims and campaigners warn
Similar groups have been operating here in NZ for decades. (One example)
UK Islamic paedophiles exposed!
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