May 4, 2015
Well, it turns out the government has uncovered hundreds more little girls groomed, gang-raped and trafficked by colorful Pakistani vibrants.
The simple fact is that no one could have ever seen this coming. We had no reason to expect it. We are all blindsided by these revelations.
You understand that we had to heavily redact these documents to ensure the protection of the oppressed brown-skinned victims, who are in this case – surprisingly enough – actually the perpetrators.
Children in the Black Country are being sexually exploited, with gangs similar to those in Rotherham operating in the West Midlands, says a police report.
The heavily-redacted findings reveal there are ‘significant similarities’ between child sex abuse here and the scandal in Yorkshire.
The findings are revealed in a West Midlands Police report entitled Child Sexual Exploitation, which was produced in October last year but has only now been made public.
It is marked as ‘restricted’ and large sections of information have been redacted – blacked out.
In Wolverhampton, the city council’s processes are criticised and the report states: “Inference: There are significant numbers of child sex exploitation victims that are not identified by the Wolverhampton local authority.”
A map showing two ‘clusters’ where there have been ‘high concentrations’ of ‘referrals’ in the city is among the items to have been covered up. Certain postcodes and a list of areas in Wolverhampton have also been redacted.
None of the councils in Wolverhampton, Walsall, Sandwell and Dudley have escaped criticism in the report, which was compiled in October last year but has only now been made available to the public.
Other hotspots in the region are Lye, Brierley Hill, Tipton, Smethwick and Rowley Regis in Sandwell, Willenhall and Walsall town centre.
The 125-page report was released by West Midlands Police after a Freedom of Information request. But lots of details remain redacted. It reveals that between January and June last year, 210 children were identified by councils as having been ‘sexually exploited or at risk of sexual exploitation’. But a lack of processes to identify potential victims means there could be many more slipping through the net.
Offenders are said to be typically Asian, of Pakistani origin, aged 17 to 40. Most victims are white females aged 13 to 16.
Clearly, these innocent Pakis are merely responding to the oppression they suffer through microaggressions and White privilege.
The obvious solution is more money for them programs.