Asian Gangs Were Allowed to Prey on Vulnerable Girls

Leo McKinstry, Express, March 5, 2015

Imagine a scenario in which large gangs of white thugs systematically groom, exploit and rape thousands of under-age Asian girls across England.

In this fictional narrative the authorities not only fail to take action against the abusers but even blame the victims.

It would never come close to happening in modern Britain. Social services, the police and local councillors would not tolerate such organised racist depravity for a moment.

All their instincts would rightly be to protect the vulnerable girls and hunt down the vicious predators. Yet as we have seen from a host of recent abuse scandals this kind of moral imperative is lost when the roles are reversed.

In the repeated cases involving the assault of white girls by Muslim sex gangs, outrage and determination are replaced by obfuscation and denial. Through cowardice and perverted multicultural dogma, compassion for the abused gives way to collusion with the abusers.

The institutionalised failure to tackle abuse was highlighted once more by this week’s independent report into the child-protection systems run by Oxfordshire County Council and the Thames Valley Police.

Headed by Maggie Blyth, the independent chair of Oxfordshire’s Safeguarding Board, the study revealed that failings by the authorities in the county led to the brutal exploitation of no fewer than 370 girls over a 15-year period.

Some of the abuse suffered by the victims was, in the words of Ms Blyth, “indescribably awful”. Several were gangraped or urinated upon. One man in his early 30s forced a 12-year-old to perform sex acts on Pakistanis to prove her love for him.

She was also branded and hit with a baseball bat. This catalogue of barbarity was known to the organisations but nothing was done.

In one appalling incident an abuse victim turned up at a police station in the early hours. According to her account there was “blood all over me, soaked through my trousers to the crotch. They dismissed me as being naughty, a nuisance”.

As the report showed, the common thread linking all this violent misogyny was the Pakistani heritage of most of the perpetrators.

That has been the pattern in so many of the recent cases of gang-led, organised abuse, such as those in Telford, Derby and Rochdale.

In the most appalling saga, in Rotherham, at least 1,400 girls, nearly all of them white, were abused by Muslim men who were able to act with impunity because local social services were fearful of “damaging community cohesion” and “being thought racist”.

But the supine, ideologically twisted authorities in Rotherham could act with alacrity when they wanted. One foster couple had their adopted children taken away because of their membership of Ukip, which Rotherham social services decided was incompatible with the children’s “cultural and ethnic needs”.

Yet the needs of abused teenagers in South Yorkshire seemed to count for nothing. Despite all the evidence of Muslim-led abuse, agencies of the state still will not face up to the problem.

The publication of the Oxford report on Tuesday was greeted by the predictable fog of jargon about new procedures, reporting lines, partnerships and “knowledge bases”.

There was also the usual bleat about “lack of resources” as if cash rather than political will was the problem. Adding to the politics of distraction local MP Andrew Smith called for a public inquiry into the scandal while David Cameron in a Downing Street summit urged the introduction of a new law to extend the crime of wilful neglect to professionals responsible for social care.

But we don’t need new laws. What we require is the enforcement of existing laws. Under-age sex, exploitation and assault are already meant to be serious offences. Just as absurd was the demand for a major investigation into why Muslim men are disproportionately engaged in this kind of organised abuse.

The explanation is right in front of civic leaders if only they would pull their heads out of the sand.

The abusing gangsters almost all hail from Islamic culture, which holds women and non-believers in contempt.

It is the same misogynistic, insular and macho outlook that has given us sharia law, forced marriages, honour killings, female genital mutilation, the burka and polygamy.

The vile Muslim predators prey on vulnerable white girls precisely because they despise them so much. Sex is an act of degradation and hostility.

One white woman from Bradford repeatedly raped by a Muslim said that: “He told me I was making him do it because I was sinful, not a true believer and that he would not do it if I was a Muslim.”

Some public figures have faced up to this truth. Labour MP for Blackburn Jack Straw for instance told the BBC in 2011 that “there is a specific problem” with Pakistani men who target white girls “because they think they are easy meat”.

But such honesty is all too rare. Most of those in the social care industry still cling to fashionable notions of permanent ethnic minority victimhood and white oppression so are paralysed when confronted with evidence to the contrary.

If they really believed in equality they would seek to uphold the law and defend the vulnerable. But instead have ended up indulging in their own form of discrimination in support of predatory brutes.

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