1,400 British non-Muslim children were gang-raped and brutalized by Muslims in one city alone, and “several staff described their nervousness about identifying the ethnic origins of perpetrators for fear of being thought as racist; others remembered clear direction from their managers not to do so.”
And here we see police bosses telling officers not to pursue investigations of these rape gangs. The Muslim rape gangs went unreported, unprosecuted, and in general unstopped because of far-Left organizations like Hope Not Hate, Faith Matters, and Tell Mama, which waged relentless war against anyone and everyone who spoke out about these issue. They demonized as “Islamophobic,” “hateful” and “bigoted” anyone who said that there were Muslim rape gangs at all, and that they had to be stopped. They led the campaign to ban Pamela Geller and me from entering the country, when one of the events we had discussed going to was a rally against the rape gangs.Search for “grooming” (these gangs are usually called “grooming gangs” in the British media) at Hope Not Hate’s site, and you will see that the vast majority of the articles mentioning this practice are attacking those who are calling attention to it and protesting against it.
Who is responsible for the religion-based mass gang-rape of British girls? The British Left — in particular the “anti-hate” crusaders Nick Lowles of Hope Not Hate, Fiyaz Mughal of Faith Matters and Tell Mama, and their friends, supporters, and allies.
The lives of countless thousands of girls in Britain are ruined today because of these men. If Britain were even close to being a sane society today, these people would be being subjected to scorching criticism, and there would be a thorough public reevaluation of how much the Left’s alliance with Islamic supremacism and smear campaign against foes of jihad terror has harmed the nation and its people. But Britain is not a sane society today, and these sinister individuals — Lowles, Mughal, and the rest of them — will continue to wield their considerable power and influence in British society.
“Sheffield officers investigating child grooming ‘told to wind necks in’ by bosses,” by Chris Burn, The Star, March 14, 2015 (thanks to Pamela Geller):
Police officers investigating child sexual exploitation in Sheffield were told to ‘wind your necks in’ by bosses after warning about the scale of the problem, a retired detective has claimed.
A BBC investigation has alleged that senior officers thought car crime, burglary and robbery were bigger priorities than child sexual exploitation, despite detectives in the city warning it was a major problem.
Retired detective Tony Brookes, who spent 30 years with the force, worked on inquiries in 2007 which led to six abusers being convicted, and he wanted to build on the case as he recognised the size of the problem.
He said the issue of child sexual exploitation in Sheffield was ‘massive’ and bigger than in neighbouring Rotherham, where at least 1,400 children were abused over a 16-year-period.
Mr Brookes said his team was told by a senior officer to ‘wind your necks in’.
He said: “I don’t think the force wanted to pay. The priorities are robbery, burglary and car crime.
“They are the ones the Government said we want you to tackle, and the resources were spent on that.”
The allegations from Mr Brookes have prompted Police and Crime Commissioner Alan Billings to call for a wide-ranging inspection of the force….
The force isn’t the problem. The culture is the problem — the culture that stigmatizes as “racism” and “bigotry” even the slightest opposition to jihad terror and Islamic supremacism.