It was the same story all over Britain: police and other authorities wouldn’t take action against the Muslim rape gangs because they feared being tarred as “racist” and “Islamophobic.” Those who did dare to speak out were demonized in the same way. Labour Shadow Minister Sarah Champion had to apologize and resign after she pointed out, correctly, that the rape gangs were made up of Pakistani men and their victims were all young British girls.
No one at all in Britain dares to discuss the fact that the rape gangs are made up of Muslims whose preying on non-Muslim girls is in accord with Qur’anic teaching regarding the permissibility of taking non-Muslim women as sex slaves (“captives of the right hand,” cf. Qur’an 4:3, 4:24, 23:1-6, 33:50, 70:30).
Britain is well and truly finished. The May government is clamping down on “right-wing extremists” while ISIS jihadis roam British streets. It is only a matter of time before Britain loses even the appearance of being a free society. But as they go into Sharia enslavement, Britons can congratulate themselves that they were never, ever, even for a moment, “racist” and “Islamophobic.”
“UK’S Worst Grooming Gang Scandal: Telford Whistleblowers Punished, Silenced, Lost Jobs,” by Liam Deacon, Breitbart, March 13, 2018:
A police chaplain and a charity worker were forced out of their jobs and silenced after trying to raise the alarm about the grooming and rape gangs operating in the town of Telford.
Around 1,000 victims were caught up in the scandal, which could be the worst in UK history, with the gangs operating for 40 years, drugging, beating, trafficking, and raping non-Muslim girls, some as young as 11.
Three girls were murdered and two others died following incidents linked to the abuse. Others were left addicted to drugs and scarred for life.
Many of the underage victims were considered as prostitutes by the authorities, and when concerned citizens attempted to blow the whistle, they were targeted in the workplace and one even lost her job.
A woman working for the sex abuse charity Axis Counselling, based in Shrewsbury, was forced to leave her role after she tried to speak out. The charity was funded by the police, The Mirror reports, and allegedly feared losing money.
Keith Osmund-Smith, a police chaplain, was suspended after he passed papers to the newspaper and a report commissioned by the council revealed social workers knew of the sex crimes in 2000 and earlier.
A government report into the Rotherham grooming scandal found that political correctness, a “culture of fear” and intimidation, and concerns about accusations of racism allowed the mainly Muslim gangs to get away with their crimes for so long.
Following the Telford reports, UKIP announced it will be pressuring the government to act on grooming gangs and protect the “tens of thousands of innocent child victims, almost entirely white or Sikh, in cities across the length and breadth of these islands”.
“Following the revelations of 40 years of child abuse carried out by rape gangs in Telford,” the party said in a statement Monday, “the leader of UKIP in the House of Lords [Lord Pearson] will present an oral question to the Government on Tuesday 13th March about the failures of the authorities to deal with the situation.”
Gerard Batten MEP, UKIP’s Interim leader, commented: “These horror stories out of Telford are further evidence that these rape gangs are not a local, but a national problem, with new examples being constantly uncovered.
“There is a refusal on the part of the authorities to recognize that this is a consequence of Islamic ideology and to face the ghastly truths.”
The Mirror spoke to 12 victims during their investigation, who accused more than 70 men of grooming in Telford. One 14-year-old said she had fallen pregnant twice and had two abortions while being groomed and abused.
“Hours after my second termination, I was taken by one of my abusers to be raped by more men”, she said.
“Night after night, I was forced to have sex with multiple men in disgusting takeaways and filthy houses. I must have been getting the morning after pill from a local clinic at least twice a week but no one asked any questions.
“I was told that if I said a word to anyone they’d come for my little sisters and tell my mum I was a prostitute.”…