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Peter McLoughlin's book on the Muslim grooming gangs, Easy Meat: Inside the British Grooming Gang Scandal, has now been updated to include new material bringing it up to 2016.

It can be bought in paperback and ebook from Amazon. McLoughlin is maintaining a website of material supplementary to the Easy Meat book - .

The link to his website points to a page showing you what the additional material in the book covers.

There is also a very useful interactive, searchable table on McLoughlin's website. You can search and sort this table using names, towns, dates to see this grooming gang scandal from different angles.

Michael Coren & Gavin Boby on Muslim rape gangs in England

The original video was taken down from Youtube at the end of last year.  The text below was part of the video on Youtube.

However it is available here:
Gavin also speaks on this topic at 12:50 in this video:

Published on Feb 27, 2014

Alibhai-Brown illustrates her point by zeroing in on this sentence by Berelowitz & co.: "Perpetrators come from all ethnic groups, and so do their victims -- contrary to what some may wish to believe." In response to which Alibhai-Brown offers this comment: "Yes, we know they come from all backgrounds. But that rather cutting second line is directed at people like me who believe that in some British cities -- especially in the North of England -- circles of sexual hell for young girls are run by gangs of Muslim men (most of Pakistani or Bangladeshi heritage) who mostly prey on white girls....To generalise their crimes, and lump them in with all the other abusers across the country, is to deny what the victims of these men and their families are saying about the abuse that has gone on."

Indeed. Of course, the OCC's statement about perpetrators coming "from all ethnic groups" is yet another example of the handy PC dodge whereby the link between Islam and pretty much any of its more horrific aspects can be swept away by means of a simple rhetorical formula. For example: "Honor killings occur in a wide range of religions." Or: "Female genital mutilation is not an exclusively Islamic phenomenon." Or: "The practice of forced marriages is not restricted to Muslim families." All true -- and all cynically designed to avoid the uncomfortable statistical reality, and to protect the speaker from being accused of racism or Islamophobia. (It's no surprise that ITV's brief online account of the OCC report actually made that insipid truism its headline: "Report: Child exploiters 'come from all ethnic groups.'")

"The report," notes Alibhai-Brown, "points out that 28 per cent of the victims they found were of black and Asian background. But it doesn't state what it should have: that some of the worst long-term abuse is carried out by mainly British Pakistani men targeting lost young white girls, often from troubled or poor families....The children are neglected and hungry for love. The men offer treats, car rides and kebabs, then drugs and alcohol; and then they corrupt them." Alibhai-Brown argues that while authorities fear "that the racial aspects of child sex gangs will be hijacked by groups such as the English Defence League," it is important to "confront some of the values that drive such men to prey on white females" and to look squarely at "some Asian cultural assumptions that make the paedophiles feel no guilt or shame about what they do."

Exactly which "values" and "Asian cultural assumptions" is Alibhai-Brown talking about? Alas, she doesn't say. That's where her article ends: with a gutsy-sounding call to face up to "values" and "Asian cultural assumptions" that, it appears, she would prefer not to identify at the present juncture.

What to say about this? Well, first of all, anyone who is genuinely interested in facing up to the truth of these matters needs to stop talking, as Alibhai-Brown does incessantly in her article, about race. This is not about race but about religion -- not about black and white but about Muslim and infidel. Alibhai-Brown wants to be seen as bravely pulling back a curtain on an ugly reality, but her repeated reference to dark-hued men and "white girls," and her use of that cowardly, dishonest (and, alas, ubiquitous) British euphemism "Asian" is nothing more than a way of skirting the truth -- namely, that the "cultural assumptions" at work here aren't "Asian" -- aren't Japanese, Chinese, Vietnamese, Mongolian, or Thai -- but Islamic. As she and most of her readers well know, countless Muslim boys are brought up to view infidel females as little more than whores whose "immodest" attire makes them legitimate targets for physical assault. Most Westerners who are seriously concerned about these matters have long since learned that the Koran itself condones such conduct, and that in cases of rape it is the victims, not the perpetrators, who are considered the guilty parties. These repulsive facts have been widely known in Europe for many years now.

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Just a few of the Muslim rape gangs in England.

UK: Pakistani Grooming Gangs Operating ‘Since 1970’s’

Pakistani Grooming Gangs

Newly discovered newspaper clippings demonstrate that the UK authorities have known about Pakistani grooming gangs operating in the country since at least 1975.

The newspaper clipping from the Rotherham Advertiser, pictured below, describes a house in Rotherham where “immigrants took English girls upstairs”.

The 1975 column said of one particular girl in question: “a Pakistani took her to a certain house in Rotherham”.

Many of you will remember that the English town of Rotherham was the scene of a particularly harrowing case of Child Sexual Exploitation – the media’s pleasant way of saying gang rape – in which numerous Pakistani men were implicated in the grooming and brutal gang rape of underage English girls.

Just in the last week, the issue of Pakistani grooming gangs was in the spotlight again after 20 Pakistanis were convicted of over 150 offences against girls as young as 11 in Huddersfield.

Needless to say, the victims are all indigenous English girls.

The discovery of these newspaper reports from the ’70s raises questions as to what the authorities knew and when they knew it. According to reports in 2010, the Home Office had known about the issue of Pakistani men gang-raping young English girls as early as 2002.

But if this issue had been raised publicly in 1975, why did the authorities wait almost 40 years before acting?

The answer to this question lies at the end of the clipping pictured above: they blamed the girls. “She knew she had done wrong and was very sorry”, the column ends.

This should make everybody really, really angry.

So this has been going on for 50 years, and the fascist left, antifa loons and Guardianista filth still promote and protect Islam?

Also, several of us theorise that the so-called 'race riots' of Bradford and Bolton, were actually a white working class reaction to Muslim grooming gangs.  How the state responded to that set the pattern for the next 50 years, right upto the treatment of Tommy Robinson: protect the Muslim 'community' at all costs, blame the victims and silence all those who speak up on their behalf.

Report: 84% of ‘Grooming Gang’ Convicts Are Pakistani Men

A new report has revealed, to nobody’s surprise, that 84% of so-called Grooming Gang perpetrators in England are from a Pakistani background.

Just to highlight the state of internalised political correctness that currently grips the country, the report was authored by Pakistani immigrants of the Quilliam Foundation. Such is our fear of speaking out about the problem, it’s left to foreigners to expose the issue.

The Grooming Gang scandal is perhaps the country’s most infamous Chinese whisper; everybody knows about it, from Rochdale to Rotherham, Oxford to Uxbridge, gangs of mainly Pakistani men drugging, raping and abusing young girls on an industrial scale.

Of course, the vast majority of victims are native English girls.

The Rotherham Scandal is the most famous of the multitude of cases. Estimates suggest that as many as 1,500 white English girls were trafficked, raped, drugged, blackmailed, bullied and beaten over a 13-year period (1997-2010) – it’s no coincidence that this precisely coincides with the years the Labour Party were in power.

It’s true that there have been convictions, but the sentences handed out by feeble judges are an embarrassment to our nation. Some culprits in this scandal have got less time in prison than a native Englishman would receive for an abusive tweet or a stray rasher of bacon.

And it goes without saying that just 222 convictions in 12 years is nothing more than the tip of the iceberg.

With some campaigners suggesting that there could be upwards of 500,000 victims, it’s quite obvious that there’s many perpetrators still evading justice.

Grooming may very well have been going on since the 1950's ; - I've always had a nagging suspicion that muslim and yardie grooming, as well as being used as a source of criminal income, was also used as a blackmale technique against police and establishment members who had pedophile predelictions for both young girls and boys.

I saw McLoughlin state someone had offered him large amounts of money for any projects related to uncovering more depth into grooming gang scandal.  He responded that the next stage was to push back research into the earliest cases, and that to do this he proposed going to the archives of local newspapers in the top five or ten key towns, then he (or some researcher) would go back from 1975 to 1965 to look for evidence that the gangs were operating then.

As we've found over and over in this game, the money offered suddenly evaporated. 

The rape of justice: Girl, 15, who was held as a sex slave by an Asian grooming gang and had a son conceived through rape tells how social services took her child - and even gave her attacker a say in the boy's future

  • Sarah went through the torment not once, but twice sitting six feet away in court
  • After escaping, she was tracked down by another man who beat and raped her
  • Social services declared Sarah an unfit mother and took the child away  

It is a terrible ordeal for any mother to have go to court to fight for the future of her child, a torment made all the worse when the father has a history of abuse and violence.

For Sarah – not her real name – the stress was even greater. Because, in an impersonal courtroom, she was forced to sit barely six feet away from a man she thought was out of her life forever, a member of a ruthless Asian grooming gang that she says snatched her from a Tesco car park as a teenager and kept her as a sex slave for 12 years.

More agonising still, she says the five-year-old son they were fighting for was conceived through rape, part of a pattern of assault, aggression, controlling behaviour and degrading verbal abuse – including constantly being demeaned as 'white trash' – that she suffered at the hands of her abductors.

They're wrecking my life: Sarah, who feel betrayed by social services keeping her children from her

The Mail on Sunday can now reveal that this alleged rapist was, incredibly, given a say in the future care of the young boy, and could have a role in his upbringing, heaping fresh agony on Sarah – who, already suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder and depression, had seen her child taken away from her by social services.

As if that was not horrifying enough, Sarah went through the torment not once, but twice.

After escaping her captors, she was tracked down by another man who she is convinced was linked to the gang. She claims he also beat and raped her, resulting in the birth of a daughter earlier this year.

Again, social services declared Sarah an unfit mother and took the baby away within 24 hours of her birth. Again, they sought out the father to give him a say in the child's upbringing. He wanted no part, and the baby was put up for adoption, to Sarah's great distress. She may never see her child again, and certainly not until she is 18.

Throughout her captivity, Sarah claims she was raped, beaten and given sedatives by the gang, who forced her into three sharia marriages and made her have eight abortions.

Sarah's case was described by a member of the House of Lords last month as the most serious example of sex grooming to emerge in Britain. Crossbencher Baroness Caroline Cox told this newspaper: 'I agonise over Sarah's continuing ordeal. And it is appalling that she was forced to confront one of her alleged rapists at a court hearing where he was consulted about her son's future. How can the courts and social services allow this cruel treatment?'

Crossbencher Baroness Caroline Cox (pictured) said: 'I agonise over Sarah's continuing ordeal

Sarah, who grew up in the Home Counties, is the youngest of four children, born to a builder and a housewife. For legal reasons and her safety, her real name, where she was kidnapped, where she was held and where she now lives, must remain secret.

When she was lured into a car on an autumn afternoon, she was a quiet 15-year-old who dreamed of becoming a midwife. She had never had a boyfriend.

From the outset, her kidnappers were determined to make Sarah dependent on them. She says they hid her in various houses and severed her contact with the outside world by refusing her a mobile phone or computer. She was made to wear Islamic dress, learn the Koran and speak only the Pakistani languages Urdu and Punjabi.

In her years of captivity, Sarah fell victim to Stockholm syndrome, where a prisoner forms an emotional attachment to a captor, becoming particularly attached to the gang leader even though she felt her mind was 'being twisted'.

It was on only the second night that he first raped her. 'I was pulling back from him and I was scared,' she recalls. 'I felt angry, dirty and disgusted after he had finished.' While attacking her, he told her he had saved her from the gutter where white girls with low morals like her belonged.

They also threatened to harm her family should she try to escape, both tactics used by similar gangs elsewhere in Britain.

There were times over the years when Sarah's family came tantalisingly close to extracting her from the situation. Once, she saw her mother in a supermarket and they hugged and managed to exchange a few words, but the gang then bundled her away, and sped off in a car.

Monster sneered 'white girls belong in the gutter' as he assaulted her 

That night Sarah was moved to a different town. In the car on the way, one of her abductors 'smashed my head against the dashboard and windows, which became splattered with my blood'.

For three hours each morning she had to cook, clean and iron for the gang. If she didn't, she says she was beaten. Out of the blue, the leader announced he had married her. 'I hadn't been to any ceremony but he showed me the Islamic wedding certificate signed by an imam at the local mosque,' she says.

Rape and abortions shaped her existence. When the leader tired of her, she was married off to another man – with whom she had her son – and later to someone else. She tried several times to escape, often running down the street only to be grabbed and dragged back to the house for a beating.

Once, she used her captor's mobile phone to call for a cab while he slept. 'When the taxi arrived I was in Islamic clothes. I raced out and told the driver, a white man who kept asking if I was all right because I was so pale, to take me to where my brother lived,' she said.

But the gang tracked her down, and again she was drawn into their clutches.

Eventually, however, she did completely extricate herself from her captors when, after a particularly savage beating, a neighbour called police. 'When the police arrived, I was still unconscious on the bed and had blood pouring out of my mouth.' She was rushed to hospital and her son was looked after by a family member. In hospital, she finally began to open up to police.

She assumed that the State would wrap her in protective arms. Instead, she feels the local authority involved in the case turned against her, exacerbating her distress.

Social workers referred to 'episodes of poor emotional presentation' which undermined her 'ability to care for her child'. They also questioned her ability to work with 'the professionals'.

Baroness Cox says: 'To take her children away from her at this point, after all she had endured, is particularly cruel and unfair.'

Inexplicably, social services invited the father of her son – a man Sarah says raped her repeatedly – to have his say on what might be best for their child. She had no idea that he would attend the family court hearing and she was sitting with her legal team in an anteroom when she caught sight of him through a glass-panelled door.

'He was staring at me in an intimidating way,' she recalls. She felt a familiar dread, her heart rate leapt and bile rose in her throat. 'I said, 'Oh my God, he's there.' We went in to the court and I could hear his footsteps behind me.

It made my skin crawl to see him in court 

'He stood up and said, 'I want to know what has happened to my son, your honour.' I shouted 'Nothing, this is all to do with you lot', referring to the gang.

'And he just turned to me and smirked. I was so upset. That was one of the most unbelievable things that has happened.' It was decided at the hearing that the man should engage with social workers and be 'assessed' to determine whether he should have future access.

'It made my skin crawl to see him there, allowed to stand up and say his piece,' says Sarah.

She finds the decision to involve him obscene and feels equally appalled at the way social services went to great lengths to trace the father of her daughter.

Around this time, Sarah claims he sent her threatening text messages. In one she says that he claimed to have 'done a deal with social services' to place the child with 'a Muslim family' – although there is no evidence that this is true.

Sarah says: 'Every time the court contacted him, he threatened me, saying he would slit my throat, throw acid in my face, and say my family are going to get it.' He wanted no part of his daughter's upbringing, but social services still asked if he could suggest a friend or relative to take care of the girl.

But they refused Sarah's pleas to look after her daughter, 'even when I begged them,' she says.

She now feels as if right and wrong 'have been turned upside-down'. By her own admission, Sarah regrets some of her behaviour during her dealings with the authorities. But she insists they were born from frustration and that, feeling cornered, it was inevitable that she would fight to keep her children.

She says: 'People get PTSD after fighting in wars, but then they return to their families and can get help. I was never offered any real help – not by the State.

I agonise over her ordeal... To take her children away after all she endured is particularly cruel and unfair 

'All the social services are interested in is to stigmatise me, to provoke me so they can say I cannot work with professionals, and use that to take away my children. Where were those social services when I, as a child, was kidnapped and raped for years? It is only now I am free that they rush to the scene to wreck what remains of my life.'

Her son, whom she is permitted to see for just four hours a week, lives with a member of her family under a special guardianship order.

But that is more than she will see of her baby daughter who has been put up for adoption. Sarah says that social services even tried to prevent her from saying goodbye to her baby, although a judge overruled that decision.

'I recently had a text message from social services saying, 'Do you want to say goodbye?',' she revealed. 'How insensitive.'

She is still waiting to hear when they will meet, while reflecting on all that she has lost. 'The other morning my friend came round with her eight-week old baby,' she said. 'It is nice to have cuddles but I was thinking imagine that was my little girl crawling around. What is she doing now?'

Police and social services abandoned her. It's cruel 

Sarah believes that, given a little more time and care, she would make an effective, loving mother. Baroness Cox, who has become closely involved both in the case and with Sarah's family, agrees.

'I was at her home when her little boy came home from school and I saw their love for another,' she says. 'My pain at Sarah's ordeal is exacerbated by the knowledge that there must be many hundreds of girls suffering from the horrors of gang rapes in the UK today and, in many cases, the perpetrators are still living locally with impunity.

'The Government must ensure political correctness does not inhibit police and social workers from providing protection and help for women who are suffering in ways which would make suffragettes turn in their graves.'

Baroness Cox also put Sarah in touch with lawyers from the Christian Legal Centre who are helping with the case. Andrea Williams, its chief executive, said: 'Social services and the family law court system do not understand the violence and devastation of grooming gangs. Rather than bringing the aggressors to justice, the police and social services abandoned Sarah leaving her to suffer alone. It is cruel.

'Any civilised system would work to help Sarah to heal, not steal her children from her just as she is breaking free from a gang that has abused her for years. Instead the system has actively aggravated her trauma by ripping her children away from her and giving her rapists a voice in their upbringing.'

Both the local authority and the police force involved in Sarah's case declined to comment.

As Easy Meat shows, they knew enough by the early 90s for Barnardos to get the Tory government to provide £670,000 for a project dealing with "child prostitutes" in Bradford.

Another point made by McLoughlin before Gab was taken down - there have been grooming gang trials across England every month in 2018, but you wouldn't know that from the near total absence of reports in the national media.

Imagine if Tommy Robinson hadn't put himself in harms way by drawing attention to the secret trials in Canterbury and Leeds.  There would have been even less reporting than there has been.

The % of nearly 90% of convicts being Muslim still stands.  This was the % in 2014 when there were only about 120 convicts; now it's about 350 convicts.

By keeping these trials secret, the elite (politicians, lawyers, journalists) have proven what McLoughlin claimed. The whole thing has been a concerted cover-up.  If he gets the money to make this movie, it's going to be very damaging for an entire generation of professionals, especially politicians and journalists.

This abuse will only end when we have deported every single muslim and other type of immigrant criminal. Those that should be held to account are those that allowed this mass-immigration of people that are totally incompatible with our culture. These pakistanis are racists, they have nothing but contempt for white people. We that care, we British, must do everythng in our power to win this war. The alternative is to be torn apart by the barbarity of Islam and the savagery of Africa. A descent into darkness.

By Chauncey Tinker - November 7, 201810 Comments

Nazir Afzal is a former Chief Prosecutor for North West England. He was interviewed very briefly on the Radio 4 PM programme on 19th October. In the interview he made a quite astonishing claim which does not seem to have received the publicity it deserves so we thought it worth publicizing here. He said (@34minutes):

“You may not know this, but … back in 2008 the Home office sent a circular to all police forces in the country saying “as far as these young girls who are being exploited in towns and cities, we believe they have made an informed choice about their sexual behaviour and therefore it is not for you police officers to get involved in.”

Although we do not have the full text of the circular, this description seems to strongly suggest that it was a blanket instruction which did not contain any reference to the girls’ ages. If so this is direct evidence of the UK government of that time at the very least condoning statutory rape of children and really giving the green light to the police to ignore far worse crimes. In other words, police inaction in these cases was a deliberate policy and the instruction came directly from the then Labour government.

Nazir Afzal further wrote an article in the ibtimes in which he adds more detail:

Three Girls: I prosecuted the Rochdale child grooming gang – it wasn’t about race


The term “child prostitute” was used extensively to describe them and it should be noted both that the Home Office in a circular to police in 2008 used that term and spoke of girls making an “informed choice” to engage in this behaviour.

The Home Secretary at that time was Labour’s Jacqui Smith. The next year (2009) saw Smith embroiled in an expenses scandal (her expenses included claims for a second home and a phone bill with pay to view charges for two pornographic films) and her departure from that ministerial role. Smith later bemoaned the fact that she had had no training for the ministerial role. From the BBC:

Smith regrets lack of training


She told Total Politics magazine she had “never run a major organisation” before accepting the job in 2007.

“I hope I did a good job but if I did it was more by luck than by any kind of development of those skills,” she adds.

No Jacqui you did not do a good job.


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