UK: Another Pakistani Sex Ring Uncovered – Blame the Cops!

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
January 21, 2020

Let’s understand something here: “pedophile” is a term that came into normal circulation following the Catholic Church homosexual scandal. They could not call these priests what they were – homosexuals – so they had to come up with a new term to use. They declared that these were not “homosexuals,” but “pedophiles.”

Before that, the term “pedophile” was used exclusively to refer to people who engaged in sexual acts with prepubescent children. It was a term used in clinical psychology to refer to this aberrant sexual behavior which was simply redefined to mean something totally different.

An older man who engages in sexual acts with a teenage boy is properly defined as a “homosexual.” But you’re not supposed to know this.

Now, they’ve spread the term “pedophile” out to refer to “Pakistanis.”

An Islamic man who has sex with a teenaged white girl is not a “pedophile” – again, this is a clinical term with a specific definition. An Islamic man who has sex with teenaged white girls is simply a hostile foreigner abusing his host nation for fun and profit.

This is what conquerors do: they have sex with your women.

What they do by labeling them “pedophiles” is separate them from the Moslem men who have sex with older white girls, which the system says is good.

It’s all just a language game to protect population groups which should be eliminated.

Look at this BBC headline:

Then you find out the “exploited child” was 15.

So, in a matter of months, she would have been over the age of consent, and “not a child.”

So would she have then been an “exploited adult,” or a rational actor making conscious and deliberate decisions?

What magic transformation happens in the months between 15 and 16?

Furthermore – and I don’t want to get autistic here, but this is relevant – the age of consent is 14 or 15 in half of Europe.

So if this had happened in Italy, according to the UK government, it would have been okay because they have a different age of consent, and so if she was there she wouldn’t have been a child but a rational actor making informed decisions.

It’s all just psychological manipulation.

Any single foreigner coming to Britain and having sex with British women is an “exploiter” – he is stealing the most important resource of a nation, which is the ability to build families, to reproduce.

Women are the collective property of a nation, whether they are over or under the age of 16.

Furthermore: the concept of “consent” is retarded and not a real thing. It’s not quantifiable in any way. You cannot tell if it exists or not. So claiming that a girl who willingly does something under the age of 16 is not consenting, but once she is over the age of 16 she is consenting, is retarded. If girls can’t “consent” at the age of 15, they shouldn’t be able to “consent” at the age of 16 either. Or 18, for that matter. Or any age.

What women think or feel about something is absolutely irrelevant to society. All of these girls went along with these men willingly, of course – but what does that mean? Women are literally stupider than niggers. Allowing them to make decisions is an absolute scandal.


Police and social workers investigating child sex exploitation in Manchester knew children were suffering “the most profound abuse… but did not protect them”, a report has found.

After a child’s death in 2003, police identified at least 97 suspects, but “very few” faced justice, the independent review found.

The police operation was “prematurely closed down” after officers decided to “remove resources”, the report said.

Police said “authorities fell short”.

Greater Manchester Police’s (GMP) Operation Augusta was set up to tackle “the sexual exploitation throughout a wide area of a significant number of children in the care system by predominantly Asian men”, the report said.

Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham, who commissioned the report as a result of the 2017 BBC documentary The Betrayed Girls, focussed on the death in 2003 of 15-year-old Victoria Agoglia and GMP’s subsequent investigation.

He said Victoria’s death had “exposed a network of paedophiles brazenly abusing young people in care… [who] should have been brought to justice but, appallingly, most escaped and some were left to reoffend”.

He added there was now “a zero tolerance approach to child sexual exploitation of any kind”.

Victoria’s grandmother Joan Agoglia said the publication of the report made her feel “wonderful as I’ve been fighting for this all my life, it seems”.

GMP Chief Constable Ian Hopkins apologised for the police failures which allowed the abuse of children in care to continue.

“On behalf of Greater Manchester Police, I want to apologise to all those vulnerable children who were let down in 2004 by police not thoroughly investigating the offences that had been committed against them.

“I want to say that I am personally disgusted that these children were not cared for and by the awful abuse that they suffered.”

GMP is reviewing all the cases covered in the report and has made a voluntary referral to the Independent Office for Police Conduct.

Victoria Agoglia was in the care of Manchester City Council following the death of her mother.

The report found her carers were aware of her being subjected to “multiple threats, sexual assaults and serious sexual exploitation” and had been told that she was being “injected with heroin by an older Asian man [but] no action was taken by the police or social care”.

She subsequently died “having been administered an overdose”, but the men who exploited her “have never been brought to justice”, the report said, adding that its authors had been denied access to files relating to Victoria by the Manchester coroner.

It said the coroner at her inquest “recognised the multiple concerns”, but described Victoria as “having a propensity ‘to provide sexual favours'”, which “significantly underplays the coercion and control” she was subject to.

It added that having considered “both the harrowing experience of Victoria” and that of her contemporaries, its authors “cannot understand” how the coroner at the time stated that it was “absolutely essential” that the public had confidence in “the quality of care and support afforded to children cared for within the child protection system”.

At the time she died, Manchester Social Services said it had done everything possible to keep Victoria safe.

In 2004, a 50-year-old man was cleared of her manslaughter, but admitted two offences of injecting her with heroin and was jailed.

After Victoria’s death, GMP launched Operation Augusta, which subsequently identified at least 57 children “as potential victims” and up to 97 “persons of interest” involved in the crimes against them.

The report found the operation was ultimately “prematurely closed down… before it could complete its work”, a decision that was driven by a desire to “remove the resources”, rather than by having “a sound understanding that all lines of inquiry had been successfully completed or exhausted”.

“The authorities knew that many [children] were being subjected to the most profound abuse and exploitation but did not protect them from the perpetrators,” it said.

The police, of course, were afraid of being called racist, and they probably got a message from higher up to let this slide. We can complain about that, but what they literally found in the investigation is that the girls were going along with these Pakis.

The cops are I’m sure pieces of shit, but the cops are not really the issue here.

Basically, the whole thing was supposed to be buried, but after Rotherham it all became harder to cover up, so they just started saying “oh yeah this happened 20 years ago, but no one was arrested because the cops were bad. But most of them are already retired, and we don’t even know which ones were at fault, so there’s really nothing we can do but publish a piece in the BBC about how this was bad.”

The whole thing is designed to sidestep the actual issues, which is that when you bring foreigners into your country and basically tell them they can do whatever they want to you, they’re going to take your women.

The response to these sex scandals should be “we need to remove these people from our country.”

But with all of this bullshit they throw at you, it becomes “we need to blame the cops and write more reports on how we should be doing better investigations.”