Note from Robert Spencer: I do not support the BRPI in any way, and the appearance of this article here is not to be taken as evidence to the contrary. I thoroughly repudiate the BRPI. That said, they have suffered a manifest injustice in this instance, and more may be forthcoming from the May government. One problem with the supine response of British authorities to jihad is that it encourages the rise of genuinely noxious elements in resistance.
So-called civil rights activists, liberals and feminists claim one of their primary objectives is combating violence against women and misogyny. Yet in spite of the literally thousands of young girls who have been sexually assaulted by Muslim grooming gangs, Muslim citizens and migrants, the Left have been silent.
No condemnation, not a solitary drop of concern for the innocent lives that are being sacrificed on the altar of political correctness.
A report, published by the Rotherham Council – a name now synonymous with child rape – originally uncovered by a British investigative journalist working for the Daily Mail, found that the authorities were aware of more than one third of the approximately 1400 children who’d been sexually exploited and abused between 1997 and 2013.
Yet they did nothing. In fact, I’d say they facilitated it.
I founded the British Renaissance Policy Institute (BRPI) in 2014, precisely because I wanted to see this horrific trend stopped. Not only in Rotherham, but across the country.
My men do this on a national level by seeking to shift the Overton window with our work online. On a regional and local level, we protest and hang up posters exposing crimes against children, as my men in the Worcestershire and Herefordshire Branch of the British Renaissance Policy Institute did this past week in Worcester.
The placard, which you can see in the original Worcester News article here, never even mentioned Muslims by name, in spite of the fact they are the sole demographic perpetrating the heinous acts. This was intentional, due to my members’ fears they’d be attacked not only by the press, but by the establishment complicit in the gang rapes they were seeking to expose.
Here is a photo of one of the others that were put up by a Worcester branch member:
As you can see, neither are even remotely offensive. All the BRPI member did was put up an old poster that used slightly Asiatic typography, in an attempt to elucidate the nature and religion of the people typically involved in the crimes.
In spite of their pious intentions, my men are now being menaced. Not solely by local Muslim groups, but by a hostile state that acts on their behalf.
We have been told that our putting up those signs, which merely said that we need to protect children from grooming gangs and featured a slightly Arabic-looking font, has now “resulted in the allegation that the person responsible for the sign may have committed a hate crime.” The police have literally launched a full-fledged investigation, and there are calls for the person responsible for putting up the placard to be investigated for racism offenses.
First, I’d like to say that none of us are even remotely racist.
I’m in fact of Anglo-Indian origin. My mum is English and my dad, half English, half Indian (Hindu).
So for me, this has nothing to do with race. It is to do with protecting girls from predators who are predominantly of Muslim origin. As a father of a young daughter, I refuse to be bullied into remaining silent.
And this is not something we’ve done just for impact.
Over the past few months, members of my British Renaissance Policy Institute Worcester branch — led by my rep on the ground, Carl Mason — have been regularly targeting the local Worcester council’s support of grooming gangs, the demographic displacement of the country’s indigenous English population, and the Labour Party’s penchant for defending crimes against children, with protests and most recently with a placard and “stickering” campaign — entirely on their own volition.
The protest called out the protections the local council, the establishment and Left-wing media afford the Muslim grooming gangs.
Although in my opinion, no laws were broken, the fact that literally hundreds of thousands of people would have seen the signs on their way to work has caused the Labour-run council some great embarrassment, and they hit back by demanding a police investigation. The placards at the station were left up for well over a week, where tens of thousands more people would have seen them, that’s really all this is about. It has caused the establishment great embarrassment, and they are now seeking political retribution and revenge.
That is what this in fact about.
Although I am upset by the harassment, I stand by what my men did of their own volition.
The Left are targeting this country for destruction, so of course I am happy to hear my men in Worcester have taken the initiative to do something productive. This is, in fact, what I told all the UK papers that contacted me.
The State, the Labour councils and most importantly the perpetrators targeting children for sexual abuse need to be exposed for the criminals and ideologues they are. No one has done anything even remotely illegal, apart from the grooming gangs themselves.
I will conclude by saying to Jihad Watch’s international audience that the British state is as hostile to freedom as the Islamic ideologues their demented policies empower. If the Labour Party could have us locked up for criticising them, they would. If Muslims high up in Corbyn’s Labour regime could harm us for exposing their efforts to impose sharia, they’d have us drawn and quartered.
But they’ve met their match, as the British people will never back down. My hope is that this story, and updates I plan on sending Mr Spencer, will alert the world to the grave injustice Britons face. Threat the decent British people face not only from people hostile to our way of life, but the government that’s brought them here.