Sunday, November 23, 2014

UK: It Was “Racist” to Prosecute Muslim Rape Gangs

By Robert Spencer

Britain’s Birmingham Mail reported last week that Birmingham’s City Council buried a report about Muslim cab drivers exploiting non-Muslim girls back in 1990.
A researcher, Dr. Jill Jesson, drafted a report on this issue. But, she explained, “the report was shelved, buried, it was never made public. I was shocked to be told that copies of the report were to be destroyed and that nothing further was to be said. Clearly, there was something in this report that someone in the department was worried about.”
Authorities were worried because Jesson’s report illustrated that virtually all of the exploitative cab drivers were “Asians,” the British media euphemism for Muslims, and their victims were “white,” i.e., non-Muslim. The exploitation of these girls stems from Qur’an-based religious beliefs, but British officials were terrified because stopping this exploitation would appear “racist.”
Jesson elaborated:
“There was a link between the sexual abuse of the girls and private hire drivers in the city. I thought at the time I did the work that there was an issue with race. Most of the girls were white. I was asked to take this link out, to erase it….Every time a news item has come on about sexual grooming of young girls and girls in care, and the link, too, between private hire drivers, I have thought ‘I told them about that in 1991 but they didn’t want to acknowledge it.’”
“The sad part of this story,” Jesson concluded, “is not the suppression of evidence but that the relevant organisations have failed to address this problem.”
Indeed so – and that is because of its racial and religious aspects. British authorities persist in seeing this as a racial issue, when in fact these cabbies only preyed upon these girls because they were non-Muslims, and thus eligible to become “captives of the right hand” (cf. Qur’an 4:3, 4:24, 23:1-6, 33:50) and used as sex slaves.
But the fact that they see it as a racial issue, and their anxiety to avoid “racism,” led them to cover up these cases and allow thousands of girls to be victimized for twenty-three years. The officials responsible for this should be arrested, tried, and imprisoned; and the race-mongers on the current British scene, such as far-Left smearmongers such as Nick Lowles of Hope Not Hate and Fiyaz Mughal of Tell Mama UK, denounced by opinion-makers and policymakers from all points on the political spectrum — and tried also if their complicity in this behavior is found to have risen to criminal culpability.
Instead, British authorities are looking for scapegoats. The BBC reported last week that “the police watchdog is to investigate 10 South Yorkshire Police officers over the handling of child sexual exploitation in Rotherham,” where 1,400 British non-Muslim children were gang-raped and brutalized by Muslims, and “several staff described their nervousness about identifying the ethnic origins of perpetrators for fear of being thought as racist; others remembered clear direction from their managers not to do so.”
These managers are the ones who are really responsible for this, along with opinion-makers such as Lowles and Mughal who created the culture in which people cower in fear of charges of “racism.” These ten police officers who are being investigated are just being set up to take the fall; they originated neither the police policies nor the cultural climate that led to the abandonment of these 1,400 abused children to their fate. Those who created the climate in which those who knew about this hesitated to speak out, for fear of being called “racist,” are the ones who ought to be put on trial — Lowles and Mughal and their ilk. These police officers, if they did cover up the activities of these rape gangs, are just the symptoms of the problem, not its cause.
But they will nonetheless see the ruin of their careers, at very least, and jail time at most – all for being cognizant of the fact that modern-day Britain is busy choosing death over “racism.” They will see their lives destroyed simply for following the zeitgeist. If they had the wit and the courage to do so, they ought to point an accusing finger at the judges who condemn them, and the politicians who appointed those judges, and the media figures who applauded those appointments. They are the ones responsible for the imminent demise of Britain. But Britain will fall before their trial date comes around.
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