Grooming gangs largely made up of Asian men i.e. Pakistani heritage men have carried out systematic grooming of white British girls for sex. According to a report by CBN News, it is estimated that nearly 10 lakh mostly white teenage girls have been subjected to rape in towns such as Rotherham and Rochdale.
By Balaji Subramanian
In a report published in christianconcern.com, Asian sex-grooming gangs (mostly Pakistani) have been found in multiple different towns and cities across the UK. By the end of 2015, Muslim sex-groomers had been tried and convicted in 27 towns and cities across the UK and the number is only growing.
The men who carried out such heinous crimes have been identified as Asians out of political correctness, however, almost all of them are from Pakistan and are Muslims. Many times reports were filed with the police and social services but they never took any action for the fear of being called racist. The political correctness around ethnicity was hitherto unheard of.
The sex grooming scandal that rocked the United Kingdom is of such staggering proportions, it is almost difficult to believe. Many in the UK have called this the single most negligent crimes against vulnerable white teenage girls that took place in plain sight.
Many complaints had been lodged but the fear of being labeled as politically incorrect stopped authorities from investigating this mass rape. Victims and their families have called this the single greatest law enforcement oversight and dereliction of duty by the government, social services, and the police in the last fifty years.
Senior British politician and former Home Secretary Jack Straw created an uproar when he said, Pakistani men consider young white women as “easy meat”. Instead of taking action, Straw attracted criticism and was called an Islamophobe.
However, a calculation based on conviction, a male of British Pakistani has a 170 per cent chance of being part of a sex grooming gang than a non-Muslim. Also, there are no instances of non-Muslim men doing this to Muslim girls in this organised form of abuse.
In one local jurisdiction, “six out of seven Muslim males” either knew about it or were part of a sex grooming gang.
Many in the UK attribute to this crime against white women to a combination of a deteriorating family system and broken homes that leaves many young girls at risk and the belief among some Muslims that it is permitted under Islam to have sex with a non-Muslim without violating the covenant.
This cycle of abuse of young and vulnerable white non-Muslim girls is now traced back to the 1980s, which means young girls have been systematically raped by sex grooming gangs for nearly four decades. Young white girls as young as nine years old were seduced by teenage Muslim boys calling themselves as Romeo.
Most of these girls had minimum or no parental control and sex grooming gangs hung around schools, made friends with them, gave them a sense of belonging, and then violated their trust by abusing them in plain sight. These men gave them drugs and alcohol with the eventual aim to convert them into drug-addicted prostitutes. Many girls who had to endure abuse at such a young age suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depression.
Once they had total control over the girls who were now completely trapped, they were gang-raped and given the threat of death if they opened their mouths. These Muslim sex gangs had the audacity to pick girls from childres’s homes on a Friday, take to a house and let them raped by dozens of men, and dropped off on a Monday with authorities not having any clue or looking the other way.
These girls were cut with knives and bottles were shoved into their vaginas. With a clear indication of abuse, authorities often blamed the parents and gave no assistance to the victims in the UK which is supposed to have one of the best social services systems in the world.
Some of the girls who came forward to report described their ordeal that should give a normal person nightmare and politicians and civil servants dismissed from their jobs. These girls were not only raped but were sadistically brutalised which is not that different from what the fighters of Islamic State in Syria and Iraq (ISIS) did to Kurdish and Yazidi women and young girls.
ISIS has openly stated that it is the right of the Muslim to enslave the families of the infidel or Kuffar and make take their women as their concubines (sex-slaves) as it is firmly established in the Sharia or Islamic law.
Men who were arrested for having sex with underage girls when interrogated by the police revealed that to many extents religious indoctrination played a part in getting young men involved in grooming gang crime. They said Muslim girls are good and pure because they dress modestly, and stay virgins until marriage. However, White girls and non-Muslim girls are bad because they show their body therefore immoral and deserve to be raped.
Many of the Muslims who were arrested believed that they have done no wrong as they have the right to take enemy women as sex slaves. Some of the men arrested were actually born in the UK but never really assimilated.
British author Peter McLoughlin wrote a book called, Easy Meat: Inside the British Grooming Gang Scandal. In this book, Mcloughlin writes how organised Muslim groups in Britain and the Netherlands (‘grooming gangs’) were luring white schoolgirls into a life of prostitution. As he dug deeper into this scandal he came across mounting evidence of social workers, police officers, Muslim organisations, and journalists who must have known about these grooming gangs for decades but choose to ignore for the sake of political correctness.
McLoughlin also thinks it is virtually impossible for some Members of Parliament having no clue about such crimes and writes how many times proof had since vanished. In the book, the author argues that authorities will continue their cover-up of this scandal, as fresh cases of sex grooming are reported across the country.
Not only white girls are victims of sex grooming, the book documents the hidden abuse of Sikh victims and how Sikhs in Britain resorted to vigilante justice. But the most shocking aspect in this book, is how far authorities would go to maintain political correctness and silence whistle-blowers, and how this grooming phenomenon demonstrates that “multiculturalism” does not work.
A report concluded that the grooming problem was in one town: Rotherham but according to McLoughlin several towns across Britain were such crimes are taking place. According to McLoughlin “Journalists would not speak about it because the perpetrators were mostly dark-skinned and Muslim.” He further adds that child care professionals acted as if they had taken the oath of “omerta”, a code of silence.
The UK prides itself on free speech and freedom of expression but the journalists have abdicated from their duty as reporters due to extreme left-liberal ideology and the growing the phenomenon of islamophobia which has basically given Muslims in the West and in India the license to commit crimes and get away with it.
Also, under the guise of political correctness, a whole continent of people has now come under scrutiny. The sex groomers are often called Asians and they may be true but Hindu and Sikh groups have objected to media use of the “Asian” description. The fact of the matter is the culprits were almost always of Pakistani origin and “Muslim”. By calling them Asians these sexual predators and their crimes are not discussed in an open forum and it is also unfair.
The Indian equivalency Rotherham sex grooming was the Ajmer Serial Gang Rape & Blackmailing Case, where hundreds of young girls, some college students, and all of them Hindus were coerced into sexual exploitation. In India, it is more to do with vote-bank politics than political correctness and the accused were shielded by police under political pressure.
Another problem that has emerged in India the “love Jihad” where girls are often coerced into a relationship by Muslim youth who pretends to be a Hindu but liberals in India have been calling it bunkum. However, if a Muslim kills a Hindu boy for having a relationship with a Muslim girl, the murder is not communal and there are clear confirmation bias and false equivalency in the Indian media on reporting.
In India, rape is now is being seen from the prism of religion and caste and it is no different in the case of Western Europe which has experienced a surge in crimes against women, and in the UK, authorities have just been to scratch the surface.
Balaji Subramanian is a freelance writer who writes in the field of mental health, music and politics. He tweets @LaxmanShriram78