Thursday, October 25, 2018

Rape Gangs in Once-Great Britain

It’s astonishing that it happened. It’s astonishing that the local authorities, fully aware of what was happening, still allowed it to continue. At a time when we are being sensitized to sexual harassment in the workplace, we find yet another gang in Once-Great Britain has been allowed to get away with rape and sex trafficking. Of underage girls, no less.

Why was this allowed to happen? You know the answer. The perpetrators were Pakistani Muslims and if you accuse such people of heinous crimes, you are a racist. Thus, underage girls were sacrificed to the gods of political correctness and multicultural diversity.

Now, after years of constables ignoring such crimes, the hammer of justice is falling on the perpetrators. Douglas Murray reports in National Review (via Maggie’s Farm):

The latest rape-gang case in the U.K. is a case in point. A gang of 20 men from Huddersfield were last week convicted and sentenced for the rape and abuse of girls as young as eleven. As in previous cases, the convicted men were of all Asian origin and their victims all local underage girls.

This time, as in every previous such case (Rotherham, Rochdale, Telford, Oxfordshire, Bristol, Keighley, Newcastle, Derby, etc., etc.) the stories are horrific. In the Huddersfield case one of the victims reportedly cracked her head while jumping from a first-floor balcony to escape the gang. Another deliberately burned her own house down so that her family would have to move from the area. “It was the best thing I ever did,” she said, “and that’s bad saying that burning your house down is the best thing you ever did.”

There are many similar cases still to come, so the story is not going away. As the BBC’s correspondent puts it, the backlog of cases are “overwhelming our police and our courts.”

Put that in you pipe and smoke it: the backlog of cases is overwhelming the police and the courts. Apparently, we are talking about thousands of young girls. Once-Great Britain should hang its head in shame. Certainly, the leaders of the nation should hang their heads in shame… beginning with the Queen.

And yet, in the Labour Party, mentioning the ethnicity of the rapists is strictly verboten:

Last year, Member of Parliament Sarah Champion was fired from the Labour front bench just for mentioning the ethnic component in these rape-gang cases. As the MP for Rotherham, you would have thought, she’d be permitted to mention the gang-rape of her constituents. But no. For the time being one can deplore the mass rape of the nation’s children, but it is a bit much to want to actually address the issue.

Another Member of Parliament declared that the girls should just shut up:

Last year the Labour MP Naz Shah shared a Twitter post saying, “Those abused girls in Rotherham and elsewhere just need to shut their mouths. For the good of diversity.”

We are awaiting the feminist outrage. For now, all we hear is the silence of the feminists.

1 comment:

Sam L. said...

The silence of the feminists will remain all you hear. The people of Islam MUSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSST NOT be NAMED!!!!!!!!!!!!11111!@!!!!!!