In Rotherham the same thing happened, and the lives of 1,400 girls were destroyed. There is no telling how many girls all over Britain were victimized in this way, while authorities cowered in fear of being charged with “racism” and “Islamophobia.” What is remarkable is that even now, as these cases are coming to light, those who for years have smeared people who called attention to the Muslim rape gangs as “racists,” such as Nick Lowles and Matthew Collins of Hope Not Hate and Fiyaz Mughal of Tell Mama UK, haven’t been denounced, discredited, reviled, despised and removed from all positions of influence in British society. The carnage they are leaving in their wake is appalling beyond measure, and the fact that they continue to enjoy prestige and are allowed to sway public opinion shows how desperately ill British society really is.
“New abuse shocker! Sheffield hit by ‘endemic’ Asian gang child sex shame,” by Robin Cottle, Daily Star, September 19, 2014:
Asian men have been targeting young girls in Sheffield, says a former care home worker.
But she kept quiet because she feared she would be branded a racist if she spoke out.
Ruth, using a fake name, who worked in the city from 2002 to 2004, said: “Occasionally some of the care workers would go around in cars, which put us at great risk, but we were so desperate and frustrated with the lack of anything being done for the girls. It was endemic, totally endemic throughout.
“I wish I had said something at the time but if I had I would have probably been labelled a racist. I think the whole system completely and utterly failed the girls.”
The news follows horrific revelations from Rotherham, just five miles from Sheffield, of 1,400 children being sexually abused by groups of mainly Pakistani men.
South Yorkshire Police yesterday confirmed there were currently 173 live investigations into child exploitation in Sheffield.