This isn’t a racial issue at all, in fact. It is an issue of Muslim men using non-Muslim girls as “captives their right hands possess,” in accord with the Qur’an (4:3; 33:52; 70:30). This hesitation on the part of police and social workers shows how canny Islamic supremacists are to have cast all resistance to the jihad and Islamic supremacism as racism. Even if the problem here had been properly framed, however, these police would almost certainly still have hesitated, for fear of being branded “Islamophobic.”
“Rochdale grooming trial: Police accused of failing to investigate paedophile gang for fear of appearing racist,” by Nigel Bunyan in the Telegraph, May 8 (thanks to all who sent this in):
Police and social workers were last night accused of failing to investigate an Asian paedophile gang for fear of being perceived as racist, allowing them to prey on up to 50 young white girls.
The nine men from Rochdale were yesterday convicted of abusing five vulnerable teenagers after plying them with alcohol, food and small sums of money in return for sex.
However, the true number of victims, who were “passed around” by the gang, is likely to be nearer to 50, police have admitted.
Greater Manchester Police and the Crown Prosecution Service have now apologised after they failed to bring the case of the first victim – Girl A – to trial following her cry for help in August 2008.
One 13 year-old victim became pregnant and had the child aborted while another was forced to have sex with 20 men in one night, Liverpool Crown Court heard.
Complaints to social workers and the police were ignored because they were “petrified of being called racist”, former Labour MP for Keighley Ann Cryer said.
Mrs Cryer, who has campaigned to bring the issue of Asian sex gangs to light, said the girls had been “betrayed” and condemned to “untold misery” by the police and social services.
“This is an absolute scandal. They were petrified of being called racist and so reverted to the default of political correctness,” she said.
“They had a greater fear of being perceived in that light than in dealing with the issues in front of them.”…