August 28, 2014
As horrible as it is, this entire scandal is good for us. It was necessary.
Just as the filthy baby-killing Jews have shown their face in Gaza, the violent and emotionally child-like Blacks have shown their true face in Ferguson, Islamic migrants have shown their true face in Rotherham.
Now, there can be a conversation. If an entire culture is involved in a massive child gang-rape program, how can we possibly not discuss them as a collective?
The racism meme is dying now. And it won’t be resurrected. We now know that this meme was responsible for the continued abuse of thousands of innocent little White girls.
The game = changed.
A former youth worker at Rotherham Council has told how she tried to raise the alarm about a taxi driver grooming young girls – only to be told by her boss: “You can’t say that, it’s racist!”
The employee, who spent 12 years trying to help girls classed as “out of control”, said she fears the true scale of those abused is even higher than 1,400.
“Even back in 2000, everyone working with children at the council knew about the grooming of young girls by Asian men, but nothing was done,” she told the Daily Mirror.
“Everyone knew. Good people were trying to do something, they were just blocked by those above.”
She said it was common knowledge there was a “massive problem” with married Asian taxi drivers – some as old as 70 – who had been abusing young girls.
“It was one particular taxi firm in Rotherham and back then it was about 20 of the drivers involved. The firm is still going now,” she said.
“They would pick up the girls and then deliver them to various takeaways. The girls got a ride out of it, free food and were given clothes.
“The police were told about this time and time again – but nothing was ever done. I don’t remember one conviction.
“It was so well known we were banned from using this particular taxi firm to transport the youngsters.
“Workers at the children’s units were told to take down registration plates of who picked up the girls. These were all given to police but nothing happened
“Two youth workers I knew actually got so frustrated they trained as special police officers to try and catch the drivers themselves.”
“The sad thing is these men thought the girls were trash. If they had been abusing Asian girls, we would probably have acted.”
The worker said the drivers would also try and get themselves into positions of responsibility to make it easier to abuse the girls.
One notorious taxi driver tied to join Rotherham Council’s panel for ‘restorative justice’ – which aimed to get the community helping put youngsters on the straight and narrow.
“He said he wanted to help the community but when I saw his name on the application list alarm bells went off.
“I told my boss I recognised the name and he was well known for going after the young girls. That’s when my boss said ‘You can’t say that – it’s racist!
“I didn’t even mention he was Asian to her, I’d just said he was ‘one of those taxi drivers’ we all knew about.”
Anyone who has ever accused another of being a racist for questioning the invasion agenda has these girls’ blood on their hands. In any just society, anyone who has ever spoken out in defense of these animals entering our countries would be rounded up by the police and publicly flogged. Those who played a key role in pro-immigration organizations deserve to be executed.
The destruction of the innocence of 1,400 little girls is not on these filthy Pakis – they are merely doing what comes natural to them, what we “racists” said they would do – the guilt is on the Whites who supported bringing millions of stinking gang-raping Pakis into the once Great Britain.
May the Wrath of God Almighty come down on the evil people who have allowed these monsters in our nations.
The media can’t lie anymore. The jig is up. Using the word “racist” to attempt to silence critics of mass non-White immigration now identifies you as a supporter of the kidnapping, drugging and gang-rape of children.Even the Telegraph is telling it how it is.
Men of Pakistani heritage treated white girls like toilet paper. They picked children up from schools and care homes and trafficked them across northern cities for other men to join in the fun. They doused a 15-year-old in petrol and threatened to set her alight should she dare to report them. They menaced entire families and made young girls watch as they raped other children.
These truly horrible things happened in our country – not in the distant, cruel past, but as recently as last year. All but one of the perpetrators were Muslims of Pakistani heritage who would have related to Cliff’s hit, Living Doll.
The living dolls of Rotherham were bent and twisted to their masters’ will. There was no escape. As the sterling Professor Jay observes, South Yorkshire Police “regarded many child victims with contempt”.
One 11-year-old known as Child H told police that she and another girl had been sexually assaulted by grown men. Nothing was done. When she was 12, Child H was found in the back of a taxi with a man who had indecent pictures of her on his phone. Despite the full co-operation of her father, who insisted his daughter was being abused, police failed to act. Four months later, Child H was found in a house alone with a group of Pakistani men. What did the police do? They arrested the child for being drunk and disorderly and ignored her abusers. As President Obama said about the fiends who beheaded the journalist James Foley: “No just God would stand for what they did.”
My, what the British people would give to hear such ringing moral condemnation from our own political leaders.
The Labour Party, in particular, is mired in shame over “cultural sensitivity” in Rotherham. Especially, cynics might point out, a sensitivity to the culture of Muslims whose votes they don’t want to lose. Denis MacShane, MP for Rotherham from 1994 to 2012, actually admitted to the BBC’s World At One that “there was a culture of not wanting to rock the multicultural community boat, if I may put it like that. Perhaps, yes, as a true Guardian reader and liberal Leftie, I suppose I didn’t want to raise that too hard.” Much better to hang on to your impeccable liberal credentials than save a few girls from being raped, eh, Denis?
Equally horrifying is the suggestion that certain Pakistani councillors asked social workers to reveal the addresses of the shelters where some of the abused girls were hiding. The former deputy leader of the council, Jahangir Akhtar, is accused of “ignoring a politically inconvenient truth” by insisting there was not a deep-rooted problem of Pakistani-heritage perpetrators targeting young white girls. The inquiry was told that influential Pakistani councillors acted as “barriers to communication” on grooming issues.
Front-line youth workers who submitted reports in 2002, 2003 and 2006 expressing their alarm at the scale of the child sex-offending say the town hall told them to keep quiet about the ethnicity of the perpetrators in the interests of “community cohesion”.
Fear of appearing racist trumped fears of more children being abused. Not only were negligent officials not prosecuted, they prospered. Shaun Wright, a former Labour councillor who was in charge of Rotherham children’s services during a five-year period when a blind eye was turned to the worst case of mass child abuse in British history, is now South Yorkshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner. Oh, Jonathan Swift, thou shouldst be writing at this hour!
Jane Collins, the Ukip MEP for Yorkshire and Humber, has called for Mr Wright to stand down, a demand that has been echoed by Labour as it realises the full horror of what was done – or not done – by its councillors. “To cover up something of this scale, it is evil,” says Mrs Collins.
It’s impossible not to share that incredulous fury. Powerless white working-class girls were caught between a hateful, imported culture of vicious misogyny on the one hand, and on the other a culture of chauvinism among the police, who regarded them as worthless slags. Officials trained up in diversity and political correctness failed to acknowledge what was effectively white slavery on their doorstep. Much too embarrassing to concede that it wasn’t white people who were committing racist hate crimes in this instance.
The whole thing is like a real-life episode of Prime Suspect, in which councillors, the police and child-protection staff collude to give a bunch of sadistic thugs licence to pimp a town’s most vulnerable children. As they say in Yorkshire: “They want shooting, the lot of them.”
It is time to discuss race.