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ROTHERHAM: 1400 CHILDREN GROOMED, DRUGGED AND RAPED BY MULTICULTURALISM


by JAMES DELINGPOLE 27 Aug 2014, 1:19 AM PDT

Q: When is the sexual abuse of children culturally, socially and politically acceptable?

A: When it's committed with industrial efficiency by organised gangs of mainly Pakistani men in English Northern towns like Burnley, Oldham and Rotherham, of course.

But obviously you're not allowed to admit this or you might sound racist. That's why, for example, in today's BBC report into the fact that at least 1400 children were subjected to "appalling" sexual abuse in Rotherham between 1997 and 2013, you have to wade 20 paragraphs in before finally you discover the ethnic identity of the perpetrators.

And even then, the embarrassing fact slips out only with the most blushing mealy-mouthedness:

By far the majority of perpetrators of abuse were described as "Asian" by victims.

Well hang on, a second. What this phrase seems to be hinting at is the possibility that the men involved weren't "Asian" (note to US readers: Asian is UK PC-speak for Indians, Pakistanis, Bangladeshis, not orientals) but that the victims mistakenly took them to be so. Is that actually the case or not?

Let's have a look at the names of the Rotherham men found guilty by Sheffield Crown Court in 2010 of raping or sexually abusing girls as young as 12 shall we. Maybe that'll help.
Zafran Ramzan
Razwan Razaq
Umar Razaq
Adil Hussain
Mohsin Khan
Nope. Absolutely no clues there, then...

Still, let's suppose for a moment that the names of the gang members had been, say, John Smith, Barry Thorpe, Arthur Ramsbotham and Quentin Fforbes-Smythe. Are we seriously to believe that they would have been permitted to spend over a decade grooming, trafficking, drugging and raping young girls without arousing the concern of Rotherham Council's extensive social services department or the attentions of the local police?

I doubt it, somehow. It's not as if we're talking here about sporadic instances of carefully concealed abuse which anyone could be forgiven for not having noticed. We're talking about flagrant sexual abuse on an epic scale. Here is what today's independent Inquiry has to say:

In just over a third of cases, children affected by sexual exploitation were previously known to services because of child protection and neglect. It is hard to describe the appalling nature of the abuse that child victims suffered. They were raped by multiple perpetrators, trafficked to other towns and cities in the north of England, abducted, beaten, and intimidated. There were examples of children who had been doused in petrol and threatened with being set alight, threatened with guns, made to witness brutally violent rapes and threatened they would be next if they told anyone. Girls as young as 11 were raped by large numbers of male perpetrators.

This abuse is not confined to the past but continues to this day. In May 2014, the caseload of the specialist child sexual exploitation team was 51. More CSE cases were held by other children's social care teams. There were 16 looked after children who were identified by children’s social care as being at serious risk of sexual exploitation or having been sexually exploited. In 2013, the Police received 157 reports concerning child sexual exploitation in the Borough.
Over the first twelve years covered by this Inquiry, the collective failures of political and officer leadership were blatant. From the beginning, there was growing evidence that child sexual exploitation was a serious problem in Rotherham. This came from those working in residential care and from youth workers who knew the young people well.

Within social care, the scale and seriousness of the problem was underplayed by senior managers. At an operational level, the Police gave no priority to CSE, regarding many child victims with contempt and failing to act on their abuse as a crime. Further stark evidence came in 2002, 2003 and 2006 with three reports known to the Police and the Council, which could not have been clearer in their description of the situation in Rotherham. The first of these reports was effectively suppressed because some senior officers disbelieved the data it contained. This had led to suggestions of cover- up. The other two reports set out the links between child sexual exploitation and drugs, guns and criminality in the Borough. These reports were ignored and no action was taken to deal with the issues that were identified in them.

The local authorities, in other words, knew exactly what was going on. Yet still they did nothing. Why?

Well we've already answered that, pretty much. It's because the kind of politically correct, left-leaning and basically rather thick people that local authorities like Rotherham Council tend to have working for them are so paralysed by modish concerns about cultural sensitivity that they have made an obscene judgement call: better to allow at least 1400 kids to be hideously abused than to be thought guilty of the far greater crimes of being thought a bit racist or accidentally offending someone.

(And this isn't an incident confined to Rotherham by the way. The same thing happened recently in Oxford, again involving men with decidedly un-Anglo-Saxon names, again over a long period of time because all the relevant authorities were scared of sounding the alarm in case they came across as racist)

Yep, these people really are that thick and warped. They've had it drilled into them - probably on courses like this one, organised by Common Purpose - that they must celebrate "diversity" at every opportunity. And if that means letting a few Pakistani men rape kids, douse them with petrol and threaten them with guns, well who are we to judge? Quite possibly it's one of those vital cultural differences that we'll be trained better to understand when we attend our next Common Purpose course with some title like Embracing The Other: Leadership Strategies For Multicultural Community Development. Till then, let's not be quick to cast the first stone, eh? After all, there may be aspects of our culture that they find equally alien and troubling. The rule of law say; respect for women; children's rights; trendy Western liberal crap like that...

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I guess it's not just the UK.

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MUSLIM GANG RAPISTS ARE SPRINGING UP EVERYWHERE. WHY CAN'T WE BE HONEST ABOUT IT?


by MILO YIANNOPOULOS 27 Aug 2014, 2:38 AM PDT

The notorious Sydney gang rapes in 2000 were committed by Lebanese Australians. Muslim men raped women and girls as young as 14. Australia, being a sensible sort of place, identified that the rapists were targeting white girls and branded these monstrous acts "racially-motivated hate crimes."

Because that's what they were: one ethnicity was specifically targeting another. The Australian girls were vulnerable, and they were abused by Middle Eastern men who considered them "trash." Had these men been at home, they would have raped their own, but in another country, women from outside their own "community" were preferable victims.

Elsewhere in Europe, the problem has been known about for years. In the Netherlands, it's Moroccans and Turks who have taken advantage of legalised brothels to entrap and enslave white girls. Holland has been dealing with and discussing this problem openly since 2001.
And now we have our own Muslim gang rape scandal, with chillingly similar dynamics at play. This time it's Pakistanis, and a staggering 1,400 victims across sixteen years in the town of Rotherham. In 2012, the Times uncovered documents showing agencies were aware of extensive and co-ordinated abuse of white girls by Asian men in Rotherham for which no one had been prosecuted. Once again, a single ethnicity, targeting another.
Only a racist would believe this is a "Pakistani" problem. It isn't. It's a uniquely Muslim cultural phenomenon, as indicated by the prevalence of father-son combinations in so many of the gangs, wherever in the world they appear. And here's another clue it's not just brown-on-white crime: Britain's Sikh community has been complaining for years that its young girls are being targeted by Muslim gangs.

But good luck figuring out the racial and religious dimensions to these crimes if you're getting your news from the Guardian. That newspaper, together with some parts of the BBC, is committing the same error in judgment that the police and council in Rotherham did over all those years. They are turning a blind eye to obviously pertinent facts of the case for political reasons.

There appear to be complex religious and cultural reasons why Muslim men are drawn to rape in gangs, often in family units, with fathers, sons and uncles all raping the same women. But how will we ever know why this is so, and begin to tackle it, until we are honest about what's happening?

This remarkable online document, apparently produced by members of the public, discusses some of these issues - and documents a decade of cover-up and cowardice by the media, politicians and law enforcement. It shows that what has been happening on our streets is better understood by ordinary members of the public than by the people who run their cities.

Rotherham is a Labour area (well of course it is), though it's also somewhere UKIP does strongly in elections - probably because local residents are a lot more realistic about the town's problems than its police force. The BNP even came third in a 2010 by-election. And it's Labour's obsession with political correctness, multiculturalism and avoiding accusations of racism that some say contributed to this disaster.

"Now we can see the terrible harm done by so-called 'progressive' zealots who have made it a thought crime to identify and deal with bad behaviour by minorities, while in another part of the liberal jungle sanctioning the sexual free-for-all," wrote Times columnist Melanie Phillips yesterday.

It is difficult to overstate how awful these crimes were, nor how completely victims were failed by the authorities. One girl was doused in petrol and told she would be set on fire if she didn't comply. Others were forced to watch rapes and told they would be next if they spoke out. The police regarded these girls with as much contempt as the rapists.

And in perhaps the most horrific paragraph in a report published yesterday, we learned that in two cases fathers had tracked down their daughters and tried to rescue them from houses in which they were being held, only to find themselves arrested by police, while the rapists walked free.

How many council staff do you suppose are under investigation, or have been sacked? Yup, you guessed it: none. Rotherham council's chief executive, Martin Kimber, has not only stayed in his post but he has said he doesn't have evidence enough to prosecute or discipline a single member of the council's staff.

"Failures of leadership," he called it - a modern euphemism for the refusal by bosses to do the honourable thing and take responsibility. "Officers in senior positions responsible for children's safeguarding services throughout the critical periods when services fell some way short of today's standards do not work for the council today," he said. How convenient for him!

If you're wondering just how badly in denial our police and politicians were about all this, by the way, consider a BBC report from 2012 I stumbled across, which recounts that Chief Constable David Crompton was asked if "ethnic origin was a factor" in the Crown Prosecution Service charging suspects. His reply? "No, it's not a factor at all."

It's hard to avoid the conclusion that the Left-wing media appears to be in cahoots with the Establishment to cover up crime because it refuses to acknowledge that there might be such a thing as a racially-motivated hate crimes not committed by a white person.

With lies and denial at those levels, God only knows what's happening in the rest of the country. Will we ever find out? Or are Labour politicians and the police force hell-bent on enforcing colourblindness, even if it means thousands of children being sexually abused? Because, I'm sorry to say, it's simply not plausible that Rotherham is the only town in which this is happening.

It remains true that the majority of child abusers are older white men. But how many white men rape on the scale we've seen in Rotherham and Sydney - not to mention what happens back in Pakistan and the Middle East? In any case, making that statistical observation does nothing to solve a gang problem. White child abusers tend to act alone. This is a specific, known cultural problem with some Muslim communities: gangs of rapists operating on an industrial scale.

The enquiry was told that gang rape was a "usual part of growing up" in some parts of Rotherham. For how many other cities in our country is that the case? Shouldn't we be looking elsewhere, to places where there are similar socioeconomic and ethnic mixes, to see if the same problems exist and help to prevent more young girls from being abused? Or would that be "racist"?

The political Left shrieks blue murder over the slightest indication of overbearing male behaviour when it's a white man. The tone-deaf "Everyday Sexism" project is a weapon wielded almost exclusively at white middle-class men by white middle-class women. But it makes excuses for rapists and even child abusers when the criminals are black, or, especially, from a Muslim community.


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Yeah, I was about to post something here about that.

This is huge. It's been going on for nigh on 15 years, and the council has covered it up, purely for fear of being racist.

No wonder they've been voting neonazi up there for a while. I guess what else are they supposed to do? Apparently some of the parents of the abused tried to protect them and got threatened by the police?

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I amused that there is 0 on the subject on buzzfeed, that haven of modern day Marxist agitprop.

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Oh, the People's Republic of Rotherham is also the place where the council saw fit to remove a child from their foster parents purely on the basis that they were UKIP members.

Clearly, they got their priorities right.

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Real or imagined: Racism 'fear' over Rotherham child abuse
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Did fear of being labelled "racist" leave at least 1,400 of Rotherham's children in the hands of vicious abusers?

A "taboo" subject, "ignoring a politically inconvenient truth", threatening "community cohesion", "fear of being thought racist".

The report which revealed the abuse of more than 1,400 children in Rotherham - mainly by men of Pakistani heritage - found many reasons why the shocking scale of child sexual exploitation in the South Yorkshire town remained hidden.

Councillors and council staff in particular were criticised for "avoiding public discussion"; some through fear of being thought racist, and some through "wholesale denial" of the problem.

But Zahoor Farid, a Muslim youth worker in Rotherham, described the abuse in the town as "shocking".


Unusually strong words, though the BBC did manage to sneak in Zahoor Farid for balance purposes I see. ;)

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http://humanevents.com/2014/08/27/the-rotherham-horror/

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THE ROTHERHAM HORROR

The Rotherham horror
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It’s not pretty to watch a news story blow the collected minds of an entire nation, especially when it’s our close friends in the United Kingdom. What happened in the town of Rotherham, South Yorkshire is almost beyond belief. It’s also the most absolute and horrifying failure of the same multiculturalist ideology that holds sway over much of U.S. government. To put it bluntly, pedophile gangs went on a 16-year rampage that claimed over 1400 victims, and the government strenuously resisted noticing, because most of the perpetrators were Pakistani Muslims, and officials didn’t want to appear insensitive.

The UK Telegraph sums up the case most succinctly:


More than 1,400 children were sexually abused over a 16 year period by gangs of paedophiles after police and council bosses turned a blind eye for fear of being labelled racist, a damning report has concluded.

Senior officials were responsible for “blatant” failures that saw victims, some as young as 11, being treated with contempt and categorised as being “out of control” or simply ignored when they asked for help.

In some cases, parents who tried to rescue their children from abusers were themselves arrested. Police officers even dismissed the rape of children by saying that sex had been consensual.

Downing Street on Tuesday night described the failure to halt the abuse in Rotherham, South Yorkshire, as “appalling”.

People keep using that word “appalling” when stiffer adjectives would seem more appropriate. How bad is the official fallout from this unspeakable disaster? So far, one guy lost his job. The police have also formally apologized to the victims they were supposed to be protecting. That should make everyone feel better.

Following the publication of the report, the leader of Rotherham council, Roger Stone, resigned, but no other council employees will face disciplinary proceedings after it was claimed that there was not enough evidence to take action.

There were calls for Shaun Wright, the Police and Crime Commissioner for South Yorkshire (pictured above, left), to step down after it emerged that he was the councillor with responsibility for children’s services in Rotherham for part of the period covered by the report.

Details of the appalling depravity in the town and the systemic failures that allowed it to continue were laid out in a report published by Professor Alexis Jay, the former chief inspector of social work in Scotland. Victims were gang raped, while others were groomed and trafficked across northern England by groups of mainly Asian men.

When children attempted to expose the abuse, they were threatened with guns, warned that their loved ones would be raped and, in one case, doused in petrol and told they would be burnt alive.

Again with the “appalling!” That’s just not the right word for mind-shattering depravity, people. We’re talking about a pedophile sex-slave ring here. Incidentally, if you’re not a regular consumer of European media, they don’t have quite the same groups in mind as Americans when using the term “Asian.” There’s actually a bit of controversy over the BBC’s unwillingness to use even such a broad euphemism as “Asian” in its initial reports, referring to the perpetrators as merely “criminal gangs.”

More from the Telegraph:

Prof Jay wrote: “No one knows the true scale of child sexual exploitation in Rotherham over the years. Our conservative estimate is that approximately 1,400 children were sexually exploited over the full inquiry period, from 1997 to 2013.

“It is hard to describe the appalling nature of the abuse that child victims suffered. They were raped by multiple perpetrators, trafficked to other towns and cities in the north of England, abducted, beaten, and intimidated.”

She added: “There were examples of children who had been doused in petrol and threatened with being set alight, threatened with guns, made to witness brutally violent rapes and threatened they would be next if they told anyone.”

Three “appallings” in one article! It’s time to take an icepick to British reserve and knock a few chips out of it, my good friends across the pond. Rape gangs that keep their underage victims in line by threatening to set them on fire merit something beyond stern disapproval. Member of the European Parliament Daniel Hannan gets it:

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The point of the story is not that all Pakistani Muslims are potential villains – is it really necessary to say that? – but rather than multi-culti ideological blindness kept the British Left from dealing with an astonishingly large and severe problem for an incredibly long period of time. Some officials said they were expressly ordered to omit all references to the ethnic origin of pedophilia suspects – which, as you can imagine, made them rather difficult to identify, and kept responsible Pakistani community leaders out of the loop.

The UK Daily Mail has a choice quote from former Labour MP Denis MacShane which illustrates just how thick the ideological blinders were:

The former MP, who resigned as MP in 2012 over the expenses scandal, said ‘misplaced racial sensitivity’ prevented him from ‘burrowing into’ the widespread sexual abuse allegations and oppression of women in the Muslim community.

He made the comments after a damning child protection report found 1,400 children were sexually exploited in the town by gangs – most of them of Pakistani origin – between 1997 and 2013.






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A group of ‘influential’ Pakistani councillors were accused in the report by a council officer of blocking attempts to tackle the abuse and also meddling in domestic abuse cases involving Asian women in the town.

Mr McShane said: ‘I think probably [I didn’t do as much as I could]. I think that I should have burrowed into it.

‘Perhaps yes, as a true Guardian reader, and liberal leftie, I suppose I didn’t want to raise that too hard.’

He also told the BBC: ‘I think there was a culture of not wanting to rock the multi-cultural community boat if I may put it like that.’

I’ll bet the crew at the Guardian is just thrilled to get dragged into this story as part of MacShane’s metaphor for left-wing idiocy. You won’t be surprised that MacShane goes on to portray himself as both an innocently clueless dupe, and the one guy who knew something was horribly wrong in Rotherham. British politicians may be a different breed from their American counterparts, but they’re not a different species.

We Yanks have also become quite familiar with massive government scandals that somehow fail to result in serious consequences for anyone involved, and even leave most of them comfortably seated at their desks. It’s almost surreal to hear the more sensible British politicians and analysts patiently explain why heads ought to be rolling over Rotherham. From the UK Telegraph:

Last night former children’s minister Tim Loughton told the BBC’s Newsnight that any social worker involved in the failings in Rotherham “has absolutely no place” in the care of children.

The Conservative MP said it was a “common theme” in sex abuse scandals that “nobody pays the consequences”.

“A social worker responsible for protecting vulnerable children, to turn a blind eye to a 12-year-old having sexual relationships with a stranger twice, three times her age and to say that was consensual sex and to do nothing about it – that person has absolutely no place in anything to do with vulnerable children,” he said.

The leader of the Lib Dem group on Sheffield City Council, Colin Ross, said “those responsible must be held to account”.

“Just like everyone else in South Yorkshire I was horrified to see the findings of the report and I’m deeply saddened that so many children were let down by the authorities that should have been protecting them,” he said.

Take note: Ross is “horrified,” not “appalled.” That’s more like it. He thinks Police and Crime Commissioner Shaun Wright should resign, as does a representative from the upstart UKIP party, Jane Collins:

Collins said: “How the chief executive of Rotherham Council, Martin Kimber, can sit there and glibly tell the world that not one person has been sacked, nor disciplined regarding this matter is beyond me. We are talking about children as young as 11 being trafficked, gang raped, beaten, plied with alcohol and drugs, and even threatened with being burned alive. My outrage at these events is simply beyond words.”

She said: “I categorically call for the resignation of everyone directly and indirectly involved in this case. The Labour Council stand accused of deliberately ignoring child sex abuse victims for 16 years. The apologies we have heard are totally insincere and go nowhere near repairing the damage done.

When this is considered something you have to argue about, you’ve got major systemic problems. The Telegraph notes that it’s a problem well beyond Rotherham as well, as “other similar high-profile cases followed in towns and cities including Rochdale, Derby, and Oxford.”

Of course every Western government wants to be seen as inclusive and tolerant. (Certain other parts of the world are significantly less interested in such virtues.) But there are some things that even the most sensitive government should be absolutely intolerant of.

Update: Even now, multi-culturalist blindness is obscuring parts of the Rotherham story. At none of the British publications linked above will you find any discussion of who the victims were, or how they were chosen by the “grooming” rape gangs. And as noted above, the gangs are invariably described as an “Asian” phenomenon, not Muslim. None of the UK media reports include even a single paragraph of context about what “grooming” is, or how it is extrapolated from Islamic doctrine. A December 2013 article at the American Thinker explains grooming as follows:

Why is this horrific global crime of child grooming a phenomenon that occurs mainly amongst Muslim immigrants from Islamic countries? As it turns out, this crime is religiously and politically motivated by Islamic doctrine, which calls for the capturing, raping, and prostituting of non-Muslim women and children after battle, as well as keeping or selling them as sex slaves. Mohammed himself was a slave-owner, and had sex slaves whom he captured in battle. He advised his male followers to imitate his example. In Islam, everything that Mohammed did must be emulated, as he is considered to be the exemplary leader, the perfect man.

Is it any wonder why many Muslims see nothing wrong with grooming or possessing sex slaves? Nor do they see anything immoral or illegal in committing other Islamic-motivated crimes, such as honour killing, female genital mutilation, mosque preachings that nourish homegrown terrorists, street prayer that blocks public streets, street killing of non-Muslims, suicide bombing or martyrdom, as well as homophobia and Jew-hatred.

All these acts are religiously mandated in the Koran and other Islamic doctrines that include the most venerated and reliable legal text Reliance of the Traveller. All acts are instances of Islamic or sharia law in action. There is no revulsion, shame, or guilt involved on the part of the perpetrator, because these actions are entirely acceptable and encouraged in Islam. They run contrary to Western culture, and go beyond merely disrupting the society’s public order and public peace that are essential for any civilized nation to survive.

As for the background of the victims, an interview with an anguished former youth worker from Rotherham published Wednesday at the Daily Mirror swerves dangerously close to letting the cat out of the bag:

She said it was common knowledge there was a “massive problem” with married Asian taxi drivers – some as old as 70 – who had been abusing young girls.

“It was one particular taxi firm in Rotherham and back then it was about 20 of the drivers involved. The firm is still going now,” she said.

“They would pick up the girls and then deliver them to various takeaways. The girls got a ride out of it, free food and were given clothes.

“The police were told about this time and time again – but nothing was ever done. I don’t remember one conviction.

“It was so well known we were banned from using this particular taxi firm to transport the youngsters.

“Workers at the children’s units were told to take down registration plates of who picked up the girls. These were all given to police but nothing happened





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“Two youth workers I knew actually got so frustrated they trained as special police officers to try and catch the drivers themselves.”

“The sad thing is these men thought the girls were trash. If they had been abusing Asian girls, we would probably have acted.”

At this point, judging from newspaper and television reports, the British political and media establishment is coming to terms with the failure of its civic institutions, but they’re still not prepared to look clearly at the crime itself.

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You know things are bad when a Labour MP is saying that central government should run Rotherham directly for a while to sort things out. A Labour MP saying a Labour council is simply not fit for purpose.

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