Rotherham child abuse scandal: 1,400 kids exploited

You're right that those who rape children do not occupy their time with political loyaltie, it should be noted that paedophiles stand a much greater chance of being tolerated / going unreported / not being arrested etc under a left leaning structure. Its a common theme.
That's because to gain power Socialists first try and weaken societies bond, and turning a blind eye to pedophilia helps that agenda
 
Yep: if you're in a public sector job and are even accused of racism, it's career suicide and public vilification.
I would have gladly taken a chance on losing my job if it meant stopping the scum carrying on , anyone who wouldnt is little better than the paedo rapists.
 

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LE
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You're right that those who rape children do not occupy their time with political loyaltie, it should be noted that paedophiles stand a much greater chance of being tolerated / going unreported / not being arrested etc under a left leaning structure. Its a common theme.
Close. They stand a greater chance of being tolerated by a party which will cynically look to chase votes along ethnic lines. At the last election, those on the Far Left were accusing anyone non-white who didn't vote Labour of being 'race traitors'. How very woke, inclusive, and not at all cynical or stereotyping.

Labour at the national down to the local levels has engaged heavily in identity politics recently. It continues to do so.

I'll repeat a comment I saw on social media at around the time of the general election, which went along the lines of, "We, the working class, were only useful to the Labour Party until it realised it could get more support out of ethnic minorities and new migrants."

I'm not sure whether I agree with that (and those who founded the party, and indeed the likes of Attlee, would be spinning in their graves at the assertion) but I can see at least in part where the sentiment comes from.

You need only look at the ethnic make-up of some Labour councils in some towns. But you can also consider the rather cynical approach to race generally going all the way back to the last Labour government. The realignment of race law underlines this. The concept of intent went out of the window. If someone 'felt' that you had been racist, then that was enough to get you convicted.

Now, consider secondary racism. Not familiar? Well, if someone went to the police with a racism claim and they felt that the police weren't taking their claim seriously enough or pursuing it vigorously enough, they could bring a charge of secondary racism against the police. Result? A police force very keen to pursue claims for fear of being accused of racism itself. A politicised police force.

One cannot think of a more cynical or rigged system. One designed to ensure that racism charges are pursued vigorously; to 'prove' that racism exists and that this is a racist country; that more racism charges will be forthcoming; and that some people will get to thinking that they are proofed against criticism by virtue of their ethnicity. Even more cynically, one can't think of a system better designed to guarantee the support of the unscrupulous.*




*Caveat: I am absolutely not branding all those of the BAME community unscrupulous. I am saying that there are elements of that community who are cynical and downright nasty when it comes to using race as a means to further their aims. One only need look at what happened in Tower Hamlets as an example.
 
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Close. They stand a greater chance of being tolerated by a party which will cynically look to chase votes along ethnic lines. At the last election, those on the Far Left were accusing anyone non-white who didn't vote Labour of being 'race traitors'. How very woke, inclusive, and not at all cynical or stereotyping.

Labour at the national down to the local levels has engaged heavily in identity politics recently. It continues to do so.

I'll repeat a comment I saw on social media at around the time of the general election, which went along the lines of, "We, the working class, were only useful to the Labour Party until it realised it could get more support out of ethnic minorities and new migrants."

I'm not sure whether I agree with that (and those who founded the party, and indeed the liked of Attlee, would be spinning in their graves at the assertion) but I can see at least in part where the sentiment comes from.

You need only look at the ethnic make-up of some Labour councils in some towns. But you can also consider the rather cynical approach to race generally going all the way back to the last Labour government. The realignment of race law underlines this. The concept of intent went out of the window. If someone 'felt' that you had been racist, then that was enough to get you convicted.

Now, consider secondary racism. Not familiar? Well, if someone went to the police with a racism claim and they felt that the police weren't taking their claim seriously enough or pursuing it vigorously enough, they could bring a charge of secondary racism against the police. Result? A police force very keen to pursue claims for fear of being accused of racism itself. A politicised police force.

One cannot think of a more cynical or rigged system. One designed to ensure that racism charges are pursued vigorously; to 'prove' that racism exists and that this is a racist country; that more racism charges will be forthcoming; and that some people will get to thinking that they are proofed against criticism by virtue of their ethnicity. Even more cynically, one can't think of a system better designed to guarantee the support of the unscrupulous.*




*Caveat: I am absolutely not branding all those of the BAME community unscrupulous. I am saying that there are elements of that community who are cynical and downright nasty when it comes to using race as a means to further their aims. One only need look at what happened in Tower Hamlets as an example.
Well perhaps Tower Hamlets can declare independence from the rest of the UK if they're so unhappy with the way they're being treated.
Cut off all of the 1st world luxuries such as electricity, running water and let's see how long Brick lane remains a tourist attraction...
 
When reading reports of the trials of the relative number who have faced justice-and generally found guilty- there seems to be a common thread.

Nope, not their ethnicity or religion, but their alleged employment.

Time after time, it's cab drivers/kebabwallahs/shop keepers and so on, who unsurprisingly have access to all sorts of illegal drugs.

Also, a large percentage appear to need interpreters in Court, nothing like a bit of integration eh.

Could somebody please explain to me why the f*ck the cops are so bloody scared of these scum ?
The use of interpreters is generally a job creation scheme for the accused’s relatives or friends. The UK public sector has made people fortunes from the provision of interpreters.

YM
 
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par avion

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Nick Griffin was exposing these asian grooming gangs as far back as 2004 when the BBC filmed him via an undercover agent at a BNP AGM in a pub in Yorkshire. They broadcast it in a programme called 'Secret Agent'. As a result the police and CPS charged him with 'Inciting Racial Hatred. The first trial in 2006 resulted in a hung jury. Not to be detered the CPS ordered a second trial 9 months later which resulted in an aqquital.

A few years later the Times claimed to have an investigative scoop about Asian grooming gangs (and still crow about them being the first to expose it) This started the ball rolling.

While being no fan of Nick Griffin I do think that if the police had at least put some effort into looking into his allegations, instead they were too intent in getting some brownie points from Tony's New Labour by nailing a nasty white racist. But hey ho what do I know.

I am suprised that despite all this Labour were voted back in Rotherham.
 
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I see the deputy chief super is denying that the failure to act had anything to do with the perps being "asian" or more accurately pakistani muslims. Despite it fitting the same profile as every other failure to act against pakistani grooming gangs predating white children. It doesn't bode well when senior officers are still either sticking their head in the sand or are complicit.
They still wont admit it will they...
 

Cold_Collation

LE
Book Reviewer
Nick Griffin was exposing these asian grooming gangs as far back as 2004 when the BBC filmed him via an undercover agent at a BNP AGM in a pub in Yorkshire. They broadcast it in a programme called 'Secret Agent'. As a result the police and CPS charged him with 'Inciting Racial Hatred. The first trial in 2006 resulted in a hung jury. Not to be detered the CPS ordered a second trial 9 months later which resulted in an aqquital.

A few years later the Times claimed to have an investigative scoop about Asian grooming gangs (and still crow about them being the first to expose it) This started the ball rolling.

While being no fan of Nick Griffin I do think that if the police had at least put some effort into looking into his allegations, instead they were too intent in getting some brownie points from Tony's New Labour by nailing a nasty white racist. But hey ho what do I know.

I am suprised that despite all this Labour were voted back in Rotherham.
Unfortunately, it’s easy to shut down someone like Griffin over this because of who he is but even a stopped clock is right twice a day. If the police hadn’t become so politicised under ‘New’ Labour, we might have seen something different.

All I’ll say is thank your lucky stars Corbyn didn’t get in. Even at the last-but-one General Election; a good friend of mine actually did what few of us actually do and read Labour’s full manifesto. Buried within it was some truly shocking stuff in terms of what Labour was going to do in terms of changes to the race laws and what constitutes ‘Islamophobia’ in particular. Basically, you’d never have been able to criticise anyone Muslim again. It went that far and was that craven.

In among all the accusations of anti-Semitism, something else happened recently that was less well-reported at the General Election: the collapse of Labour’s vote among the Sikh and Hindu communities. You can figure for yourself why. Now, tricky situation: are you going call those non-Muslim, non-white communities ’racist’; or do you acknowledge that they’re in that privileged position that the majority white population isn’t and can call Labour on its rank racism/favouritism? I’m with the latter.

People can criticise these prosecutions for being ‘late’ and taking so long to come about but the truth is that if Labour hadn’t left power you’d not have seen them at all - and if that isn’t an abuse of power or an abdication of responsibility then I don’t know what is.

Oh, and yes, I do wonder how some senior policemen and women sleep well at night.
 
They still wont admit it will they...
According to today's Times

Senior police officers should be prosecuted for covering up the systematic grooming and sexual exploitation of dozens of children over 15 years in Manchester, a whistleblower has said.

A damning report published yesterday revealed that Greater Manchester police knew of grooming gangs sexually exploiting girls as young as 12 and had identified almost 100 potential perpetrators, including a serving officer, but failed to pursue them.

It said that dozens of children were being exploited “in plain sight” and that there was “clear evidence” girls were being abused, “generally by a group of older Asian men”. Police had details of suspects’ names, where they lived or worked and the flats above takeaway shops where the abuse occurred.
 

Cold_Collation

LE
Book Reviewer
They still wont admit it will they...
Policing is by consent and the loss of 30,000 officers nationally makes for a very thin blue line. Far be it from me to suggest that certain groups within certain communities would get restive over the suggestion that they need to tidy up their acts. And far be it from me to suggest that some sections of some communities are attempting to hold the wider community to ransom. I mean, it’s not as if taxi drivers in Rotherham protested at the suggestion that all cabs should be fitted with CCTV, is it...?
 
Nick Griffin was exposing these asian grooming gangs as far back as 2004 when the BBC filmed him via an undercover agent at a BNP AGM in a pub in Yorkshire. They broadcast it in a programme called 'Secret Agent'. As a result the police and CPS charged him with 'Inciting Racial Hatred. The first trial in 2006 resulted in a hung jury. Not to be detered the CPS ordered a second trial 9 months later which resulted in an aqquital.

A few years later the Times claimed to have an investigative scoop about Asian grooming gangs (and still crow about them being the first to expose it) This started the ball rolling.

While being no fan of Nick Griffin I do think that if the police had at least put some effort into looking into his allegations, instead they were too intent in getting some brownie points from Tony's New Labour by nailing a nasty white racist. But hey ho what do I know.

I am suprised that despite all this Labour were voted back in Rotherham.
Tommy Robinson also did the same thing - not long after coming to public notice and still a young lad at the time, he appeared an episode of newsnight long before the sex abuse came to light. In that episode he explained exactly what was going on in these muslim pakistani men grooming gangs and what was happening to these girls and I can still remember Jeremy Paxmans derisive unbelieving attitude. On youtube you can watch Tommy Robinson at the Oxford Union debates and in the video he actually plays that Newsnight clip amongst others - its amazing how the media/powers at be are able to quash/change the narritive when they dont like the messenger
 

Cold_Collation

LE
Book Reviewer
Tommy Robinson also did the same thing - not long after coming to public notice and still a young lad at the time, he appeared an episode of newsnight long before the sex abuse came to light. In that episode he explained exactly what was going on in these muslim pakistani men grooming gangs and what was happening to these girls and I can still remember Jeremy Paxmans derisive unbelieving attitude. On youtube you can watch Tommy Robinson at the Oxford Union debates and in the video he actually plays that Newsnight clip amongst others - its amazing how the media/powers at be are able to quash/change the narritive when they dont like the messenger
The Oxford union debate video is very much worth a watch. I don't like a lot of what Robinson does but some of what's said during that presentation is very disturbing in terms of official attitudes to/denial of what was going on in Luton, his home town.
 
The Oxford union debate video is very much worth a watch. I don't like a lot of what Robinson does but some of what's said during that presentation is very disturbing in terms of official attitudes to/denial of what was going on in Luton, his home town.
Especially the clip with Stacey Dooley crying at what had happened to her home town - shes as lefty as it goes but the shock on her face to be called a whore by muslims marching through the city really cut her to the bone
 

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LE
Book Reviewer
Especially the clip with Stacey Dooley crying at what had happened to her home town - shes as lefty as it goes but the shock on her face to be called a whore by muslims marching through the city really cut her to the bone
If ever there were a demonstration that multiculturalism is too often an attempt to appease some quite nasty people.
 

philc

LE
Easy solution - supply your own.
Have mentioned this before but I had a spot of legal trouble in Italy, Tax Issues, now we could get along day to day in Italian but this was a whole new world. We had to pay for all translation of documents, use Italian/English speaking lawyers and accounts to fight the case and we paid for the lot.
 

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LE
Book Reviewer
Have mentioned this before but I had a spot of legal trouble in Italy, Tax Issues, now we could get along day to day in Italian but this was a whole new world. We had to pay for all translation of documents, use Italian/English speaking lawyers and accounts to fight the case and we paid for the lot.
For one thing, it would encourage integration. Want to get by here? Speak the lingo.

It's almost as if some people don't want that to happen...
 
Nick Griffin was exposing these asian grooming gangs as far back as 2004 when the BBC filmed him via an undercover agent at a BNP AGM in a pub in Yorkshire. They broadcast it in a programme called 'Secret Agent'. As a result the police and CPS charged him with 'Inciting Racial Hatred. The first trial in 2006 resulted in a hung jury. Not to be detered the CPS ordered a second trial 9 months later which resulted in an aqquital.

A few years later the Times claimed to have an investigative scoop about Asian grooming gangs (and still crow about them being the first to expose it) This started the ball rolling.

While being no fan of Nick Griffin I do think that if the police had at least put some effort into looking into his allegations, instead they were too intent in getting some brownie points from Tony's New Labour by nailing a nasty white racist. But hey ho what do I know.

I am suprised that despite all this Labour were voted back in Rotherham.
Find the cps involved. Unless they can justify their actions to jury jail them.
 
According to today's Times



Both the senior police officers and Council staff should be investigated with a view to prosecuting them for misconduct in a public office. The offence is committed when,a public officer acting as such;
  • wilfully neglects to perform his duty and/or wilfully misconducts himself;
  • to such a degree as to amount to an abuse of the public's trust in the office holder;
  • without reasonable excuse or justification.
Also hit them with malfeasance in a public office, Sgt Edwards of the met was convicted of that in the 1980s so not too ancient. Maybe its time for Pritti to tell the CPS to grow a set.
 

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