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 Post subject: Re: ROTHERHAM: 1400 CHILDREN GROOMED, DRUGGED AND RAPED BY
PostPosted: Thu Aug 10, 2017 1:23 pm 
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Quick German press coverage survey:

ksta.de : "Asians"
spiegel.de : no mention
faz.net : " all accused with roots in Pakistan/India" - well almost, as seen above.

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Quick German press coverage survey:

ksta.de : "Asians"
spiegel.de : no mention
faz.net : " all accused with roots in Pakistan/India" - well almost, as seen above.


I always smirk a little bit when I see the term "Asians" used by some media sources for these Pakistani Muslims.
Is Pakistan technically in Asia? I will grant you that it is. So anyone from there can be called "Asian".

In the US, the term "Asian" generally refers to (forgive me for using this term) slanty-eyed people (those from countries like Japan, China, the Koreas, Vietnam, etc.).

Quick question:
Would an Anglo-white person who was born and raised in Hong Kong be considered "Asian"? ;-)

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 Post subject: Re: ROTHERHAM: 1400 CHILDREN GROOMED, DRUGGED AND RAPED BY
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I think I can answer that. No matter where they were born and raised, every Anglo white person is a racist.

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 Post subject: Re: ROTHERHAM: 1400 CHILDREN GROOMED, DRUGGED AND RAPED BY
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Labour shadow minister Sarah Champion has quit the party's front bench after criticism over a newspaper article she wrote about grooming gangs.

The Rotherham MP wrote in the Sun that "Britain has a problem with British Pakistani men raping and exploiting white girls."

She has now apologised for her "extremely poor choice of words" and quit as shadow equalities minister.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said he had accepted her resignation.

Ms Champion's article was written after 17 men were convicted of forcing girls in Newcastle to have sex.

Mostly British-born, they were from Iraqi, Bangladeshi, Pakistani, Indian, Iranian and Turkish communities.
'Dangerous precedent'

In interviews following the convictions, the Labour MP said such crimes involved "predominately Pakistani men" and said a fear of being called racist was hampering the authorities' investigations.

She then penned the Sun article, which also included the line: "These people are predators and the common denominator is their ethnic heritage."

Among the article's critics was fellow Labour MP Naz Shah, who said it was "irresponsible" and "setting a dangerous precedent".

In the newspaper, the column was accompanied by another article by former Sun political editor Trevor Kavanagh, which referred to "the Muslim problem".

Mr Kavanagh's article was condemned in an open letter signed by more than 100 MPs, including Ms Champion herself, who said she was horrified that an "extreme Islamaphobic" column had quoted her.

Announcing she was stepping down, Ms Champion said: "I apologise for the offence caused by the extremely poor choice of words in the Sun article on Friday.

"I am concerned that my continued position in the shadow cabinet would distract from the crucial issues around child protection which I have campaigned on my entire political career.

"It is therefore with regret that I tender my resignation as shadow secretary of state for women and equalities."

Mr Corbyn said: "I have accepted Sarah Champion's resignation and thank her for her work in the shadow cabinet.

"I look forward to working together in future."

The MP's Sun column followed an interview on BBC Radio 4's Today programme in which she warned people were not raising potential cases of child abuse as they feared being labelled racist.

She wrote: "Britain has a problem with British-Pakistani men raping and exploiting white girls.

"There. I said it. Does that make me a racist? Or am I just prepared to call out this horrifying problem for what it is?"

Ms Champion sought to distance herself from the article, claiming it had been altered, something denied by the newspaper.

A spokeswoman for the Sun said: "Sarah Champion's column, as it appeared on Friday, was approved by her team and her adviser twice contacted us thereafter to say she was 'thrilled' with the piece and it 'looked great'.

"Indeed, her only objection after the article appeared was her belief that her picture byline looked unflattering. Her office submitted five new pictures for further use."

Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage said in a tweet: "Telling the truth about tough issues is now impossible in the modern Labour Party. Pathetic."

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-40952224

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Among the article's critics was fellow Labour MP Naz Shah, who said it was "irresponsible" and "setting a dangerous precedent".

Naz Shah, well there is a name who keeps on popping up here...

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A rising star of the Labour Party who is a key ally of Jeremy Corbyn shared a Twitter post telling sex abuse victims of the Rotherham scandal to ‘shut their mouths for the good of diversity’.

Naz Shah, who represents Bradford West, shared and liked the post by a parody account of newspaper columnist Owen Jones.

It said: ‘Those abused girls in Rotherham and elsewhere just need to shut their mouths. For the good of diversity.’

It comes just days after Ms Shah, 43, penned an open letter attacking fellow Labour MP Sarah Champion for writing an article stating ‘Britain had a problem with Pakistani men targeting vulnerable white girls’.

Ms Shah, a mother of three, later deleted her retweet and unliked the post.

But her actions were criticised by Equality and Human Rights Commission chief executive Rebecca Hilsenrath who said she should ‘know better’.

She told The Sun: ‘We need to keep the victims of these horrific crimes at the heart of the debate and always remember that diversity is not served by silence.’

As reported on MailOnline, Ms Shah, a Muslim, was suspended by the Labour Party in 2016 for making anti-semitic comments online.

Writing on Facebook, she said a ‘solution’ to the Middle East conflict is to ‘relocate Israel into the United States’, adding that ‘transportation costs will be less than three years of defence spending... problem solved’.

The inflammatory outburst was accompanied by a map of America with a small section representing Israel shaded in.

Miss Shah later apologised in a statement to the Commons: ‘I accept and understand that the words I used caused upset and hurt to the Jewish community, and I deeply regret that.’

She was then stripped of the Labour whip pending an investigation.

Her suspension was lifted three months later and she was welcomed back into the party.

On the Twitter posts, a spokesman for Ms Shah told the Sun it was a ‘genuine accident rectified within minutes’.

The spokesman said: ‘Her record speaks for itself. Naz has been working for over 20 years on the issues of child abuse, violence against women and grooming, which is well documented.

‘She has and will continue to advocate for all victims, and work towards eradicating this evil from society.’

Her letter about Ms Champion’s article in The Sun said the comments were nothing more than ‘blanket, racialised loaded statements’ which stigmatised the Pakistani community.

The article, she said, published in the wake of the latest Asian sex grooming scandal in Newcastle, was ‘irresponsible’ and was ‘setting a dangerous precedent’.

Miss Shah’s stand was singled out for praise by Jeremy Corbyn. He posted her letter on his Facebook page, accusing The Sun, and by implication Sarah Champion herself, of using ‘Nazi-like terminology about a minority community’.

Ms Champion later left the Shadow Cabinet, in which she had served as Shadow Secretary of State for Women and Equalities Minister, amid claims she was ‘hounded out’.

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 Post subject: Re: ROTHERHAM: 1400 CHILDREN GROOMED, DRUGGED AND RAPED BY
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What's going on in a certain stream of thought on the Left is frankly obscene. You can see why mass murder goes hand in hand with zealots.

To Naz Shah a little bit of mass rape is entirely incidental to a political objective.

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Update on the Newcastle story, slag face has been sentenced to 6 years, 3 months jail time...

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A woman who trafficked underage girls to a drugs and grooming ring that forced young women to have sex has been jailed for six years and three months.

Carolann Gallon was one of 18 people convicted as part of Operation Sanctuary, an investigation into the sexual abuse of vulnerable girls.

The 22-year-old, of Hareside Court, Newcastle, admitted three counts of trafficking.

Another gang member, Abdulhamid Minoyee, was sentenced to 15 years.

The 34-year-old, of Gainsborough Grove, Newcastle, had been convicted of raping a woman with learning difficulties, sexual assault, and the supply of drugs.

Read more about the Operation Sanctuary sentencing

Newcastle Crown Court heard that Gallon took girls - two of whom were in care and one who was only 13 years old - to the parties knowing they would be sexually abused.

She also took a girl with learning difficulties to a flat where she was raped by Minoyee.

The prosecution said after Gallon was arrested, she told police: "I didn't force them into having sex. They [are] not kids, they've got their own mind.

"If they're mortal [drunk] they are going to do something, why get mortal in the first place?

"It's self-inflicted, I've got no sympathy."

Gallon was aged 17 or 18 at the time of the offences, but police decided that she was an active member of the gang rather than a victim.

Judge Penny Moreland said: "You were described yourself as being a victim.

"There have been ample opportunities for you to make complaints about these matters. You have never chosen to do so."

She added that Gallon continued to "ally" herself with other defendants.

A total of 16 men and one woman have now been jailed, with one more to be sentenced on 14 September.

Victims were lured to parties, known as "sessions", at addresses around the West End of Newcastle by men who apparently befriended them.

There they were plied with alcohol or drugs - some became addicted - and forced to have sex.

During sentencing, victims' impact statements described their psychological damage, and those living close to the party addresses spoke of being "put through hell".

Speaking after sentencing, Det Supt Steve Barron, from Northumbria Police, said: "I have spoken to some of these victims and they are lovely people.

"They have had a tough life and to then go through courts is so difficult for them. It has just been brilliant to see how their bravery is now showing justice."

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-tyne-41201270

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http://www.breitbart.com/london/2017/10 ... stigation/

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Rotherham: 12 More Men Charged with Child Sex Abuse Offences in Grooming Gang Investigation

by VIRGINIA HALE5 Oct 2017

A further 12 men have been charged in connection with the sexual abuse of eight young girls in Rotherham as part of a National Crime Agency (NCA) investigation into child abuse among predominantly Muslim grooming gangs.

Aged between 33 and 38, the men are accused of a total of 44 offences including rape and false imprisonment, and brings the number charged under Operation Stovewood — the Agency’s probe into historical child sex abuse in the Yorkshire town — to 21.

The latest charges are related to eight girls under the age of 16, over a five year period from 1998 to 2008, according to the NCA.

Mohammed Ashan, 33, and Waseem Khaliq, 33, each of whom face indecent assault and rape charges, and 33-year-old Masaeud Malik, charged with one count of indecent assault, remain in custody according to the NCA’s press release.

Nabeel Kurshid, 34, and Iqlak Yousaf, 33, each face two allegations of rape and one of indecent assault, whilst 38-year-old Amjal Rafiq has been charged with false imprisonment and indecent assault.

Mohammed Imran Ali Akhtar, 36, Tanweer Ali, 36, Aftab Hussain, 38, and Abid Saddiq, 36, each face a string of accusations including indecent assault and rape, according to the Daily Mail.

Salah Ahmed El-Hakam, 38, is charged with one count of rape, whilst 33-year-old Sharaz Hussain faces one count of indecent assault.


All 12 men are due to appear at Sheffield Crown Court on the 24th of October.

Senior investigating officer, Paul Williamson, said: “We have now charged 21 men with over 94 child sexual abuse offences and expect this number to increase as more victims come forward.

“Officers are investigating more than 80 suspects and with the support of partner agencies, are currently engaging with 235 victims.

“Our focus is to bring lasting and worthwhile benefits for victims, helping to build better futures.

“We will listen to their accounts and investigate allegations made to identify and bring offenders to justice.

“This focus has not wavered and we, along with our partners will persist in our efforts to make Rotherham a hostile environment for child sex offenders.”


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Among the article's critics was fellow Labour MP Naz Shah, who said it was "irresponsible" and "setting a dangerous precedent".

Naz Shah, well there is a name who keeps on popping up here...

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A rising star of the Labour Party who is a key ally of Jeremy Corbyn shared a Twitter post telling sex abuse victims of the Rotherham scandal to ‘shut their mouths for the good of diversity’.

Naz Shah, who represents Bradford West, shared and liked the post by a parody account of newspaper columnist Owen Jones.

It said: ‘Those abused girls in Rotherham and elsewhere just need to shut their mouths. For the good of diversity.’

It comes just days after Ms Shah, 43, penned an open letter attacking fellow Labour MP Sarah Champion for writing an article stating ‘Britain had a problem with Pakistani men targeting vulnerable white girls’.

Ms Shah, a mother of three, later deleted her retweet and unliked the post.

But her actions were criticised by Equality and Human Rights Commission chief executive Rebecca Hilsenrath who said she should ‘know better’.

She told The Sun: ‘We need to keep the victims of these horrific crimes at the heart of the debate and always remember that diversity is not served by silence.’

As reported on MailOnline, Ms Shah, a Muslim, was suspended by the Labour Party in 2016 for making anti-semitic comments online.

Writing on Facebook, she said a ‘solution’ to the Middle East conflict is to ‘relocate Israel into the United States’, adding that ‘transportation costs will be less than three years of defence spending... problem solved’.

The inflammatory outburst was accompanied by a map of America with a small section representing Israel shaded in.

Miss Shah later apologised in a statement to the Commons: ‘I accept and understand that the words I used caused upset and hurt to the Jewish community, and I deeply regret that.’

She was then stripped of the Labour whip pending an investigation.

Her suspension was lifted three months later and she was welcomed back into the party.

On the Twitter posts, a spokesman for Ms Shah told the Sun it was a ‘genuine accident rectified within minutes’.

The spokesman said: ‘Her record speaks for itself. Naz has been working for over 20 years on the issues of child abuse, violence against women and grooming, which is well documented.

‘She has and will continue to advocate for all victims, and work towards eradicating this evil from society.’

Her letter about Ms Champion’s article in The Sun said the comments were nothing more than ‘blanket, racialised loaded statements’ which stigmatised the Pakistani community.

The article, she said, published in the wake of the latest Asian sex grooming scandal in Newcastle, was ‘irresponsible’ and was ‘setting a dangerous precedent’.

Miss Shah’s stand was singled out for praise by Jeremy Corbyn. He posted her letter on his Facebook page, accusing The Sun, and by implication Sarah Champion herself, of using ‘Nazi-like terminology about a minority community’.

Ms Champion later left the Shadow Cabinet, in which she had served as Shadow Secretary of State for Women and Equalities Minister, amid claims she was ‘hounded out’.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... ut-up.html


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At the general election in June 2017, Shah was re-elected with an increased vote share and an increased majority of 29,444 votes (48.1%) over the second-placed Conservative Party candidate.[1]
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