It takes a nation to protect the nation
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 - http://www.pmclauth.com/ . 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.
This analysis is being misrepresented by a website called "Sharia Unveiled". http://shariaunveiled.wordpress.com/2013/08/06/95-of-child-rape-and...
My analysis pertains to "grooming gangs". They have transformed this into "child rapes and molestations". It seems highly likely in a country where 90% of people are non-muslims, that most child molestation is by non-muslims (just as in a muslim-majority country the majority of rapes and the majority of anal sex is by muslims).
"Localised Grooming" Gangs (convictions from 1997)
This list is compiled based on definitions provided by Andrew Norfolk, The Times, 5 January 2011:
"The 17 cases identified by The Times which showed a pattern of exploitation"
Andrew Norfolk won the Orwell Prize for Journalism for his reporting on grooming gangs. He was the only journalist who provided expert testimony to the House of Commons select committee, in their (2012-2013) investigation into the grooming gangs. This parliamentary investigation (published June 2013) concluded that it "would certainly seem to be the case" that most of grooming gangs are muslim. http://bit.ly/13sh94D See p.52.
|Nov 1997||Leeds||Mohammed||Naim Rashid|
|Nov 1997||Leeds||Abid||Hussain Sadique|
|Oct 2007||Sheffield||Aziz||Sabir Hamed|
|Feb 2010||Rochdale||Mohammed||Usman Raja|
|Aug 2010||Rochdale||Asad||Yousaf Hassan|
|Aug 2010||Rochdale||Mohammed||Anwar Safi|
|Nov 2010||Derby||Mohamed||Imran Rehman|
|Mar 2012||Telford||Amer||Islam Choudhrey|
|Apr 2013||Brierfield||Mohammed||Imran Amja|
|Aug 2013||Leicester||Aabidali||Mubarak Ali|
6 non-muslims (maybe they saw muslims getting away with it, so copied them)
20% of those convicted in the grooming gangs are called "Mohammed"
94% of those convicted in the grooming gangs are muslims
The Times article from Jan 5 2011, on this grooming phenomenon shows a realisation (at least in one newspaper) of the scale of the problem (attached as a PDF here). You can see his original list (to the end of 2010). There have been as many convictions since 2010, as there were in the previous 13 years investigated by Norfolk.
The vast majority of the victims of the gangs listed above were white/non-muslim girls. However, some were asian (there's no evidence of any of the asian girls being of any religion other than sikhism).
See this discussion on the grooming of Sikh/Hindu young women/girls. The police have been as inactive about prosecuting the abusers of those girls as they have been inactive in prosecuting the white victims.
This shows that it is not the police being anti-white per se, as them refusing to do anything to upset muslims, because of muslims being prepared to act collectively to deflect any criticism. Muslims will close ranks (and thus protect the groomers). Muslims will do this by rioting or by using their 100s of pressure groups/infiltrators.
We originally began collecting information based on Norfolk's definition in early 2012. The main table in this post will be updated regularly, as new convictions come to light.
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This blog by Brendan O'Neill in The Telegraph is better than The Independent's whitewash. http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/brendanoneill2/100157120/muslims-...
However, even he cannot help but lump non-muslim asians into the guilty demographic:
The truth is that there is something specific going on here, something which is more prevalent among Asian communities, particularly Muslim ones, than among other communities.
I couldn't care any more about the Sikhs, Hindus, Buddhists being tarred with the same brush. They've kept quiet long enough about being blamed for this alongside muslims - it is their own fault if they get treated the same as muslims. The sikh community knew 10 years ago that the grooming gangs were targetting their girls and issued specific instructions within their community about how to deal with it. The white working class community has been broken apart across the country (we don't have meaningful communal festivals, or a religion, or a language of our own to keep us together).
Joe, its good that the issue of (muslim) Albanians has cropped up, whilst it may not (always) involve underage girls, I've heard recent reports that state that many (the greater percentage ?) brothels are run by Albanian gangsters (who are also thought to be involved in heroin and people trafficking) , but then the issue seems to be glossed over in the same manner that female genital mutilation by Somali Muslims and pimping and rape by "yardie" gangs & individuals are issues that are perpetually kicked into the long grass.
These are issues that investigative journalists would do well to get their teeth into to force the debate into the public domain.
I won't paste Melanie Phillips entire discussion of this issue here, but it merits reading.
Thanks, Antony for the link. It is probably the most cogent analysis so far.
Two years ago, when I first started to hear these stories about the grooming gangs, the thing that came up time & again, was how muslim taxi drivers formed a lynch pin in muslim criminal networks in Britain. They would travel the country as bounty hunters looking for girls & women who ran away from arranged marriages. They ferried drugs around. They were an informal network that kept surveillance on the towns. People were telling me that they were to be avoided at all costs.
The profiles of the men involved in this latest case can be found here: http://menmedia.co.uk/manchestereveningnews/news/s/1493258_profiled...
It is extraordinary how much taxi driving features in those profiles.
There's an article on the Rochdale case by 'moderate muslim' Ghaffar Hussain at The Commentator http://www.thecommentator.com/ He condemns the PC attitudes which have prevented police and politicians from tackling the problem head on - but argues that these crimes are not 'muslim-specific.' Here's a taste, not from his piece but from a comment defending his piece:
The slide towards theo-centrisism everytime a crime is committed by a Muslim is both predictable and depressing. Do you really think these guys read the Quran and were thinking of verses in the Quran when they were raping these young girls? Do you really think they have ever read the Koran in a language they understand? I doubt it very much. When British people from an ostensibly Christian background commit a crime we don't start digging in the Bible to fing verses that could have motivated them. That is because we know that most of these criminals couldn't care less what the Bible says. And guess what? It's the same with most criminals from a Muslim background. Equally ridiculous is the notion that these individuals thought these girls were sex slaves captured in a theatre of war. Again I doubt they are even aware of the Islamic ruling on such a practise, a practise which is really a thing of the past and not advocated today outside of certain ultra-conservative and extreme circles.
Get real guys!!!
Worth a look - if only to question his 'It's not just Muslims, could be anyone doing this' evasiveness.
Whenever some comment like this appears you always find a comment like this one: 'It's the same with most criminals from a Muslim background.'
Well, how does he know this? Does he speak for Muslim criminals? Is he their representative? Is he an expert on, or knowledgeable of, Islamically inspired behaviours? Without reference to the texts and the culture he cannot know. He cannot say for certain that the teachings of Islam have nothing to do with this particular case. So what he says as a certainty is not certain at all. But even his sentence of certainty undermines his own position by using the word 'most'. Which means he must think that some criminals who are Muslims are indeed inspired by Mohammed and Allah.
I assume it is the same Ghaffar Hussain who spreads taqiyya for Quilliam - claiming that islam as a political doctrine came into being in Egypt in the 20th century, and that it spread from Egypt because of the establishment of the state of Israel.
I wouldn't by a used car from that man.
I think his comment is even more pernicious and disingenuous than that.
We mostly inherit concepts from our birth culture without even realising it. Many people have told me how there is a Northern European assumption of honesty, and that's what aided the growth of a modern industrial society - whereas in other societies its every man for himself (sadly, that generalisation is less true of the 'North' nowadays). But nobody told the citizens of Naples to grab what they can for themselves. And perhaps nobody explicitly told these Pakistanis to treat kaffir women as war bounty. But the fact is, its in their texts, idea meme's spread like viruses throughout every society, and they don't have to read it to believe it.
A theory of mine is that Western society has advanced so much further than Islamic society because of the injunction to 'love one another'. OK, there's not a lot of love going round, but we do get the message that hating each other is not the way to be, and that leads to the concept of co-operating to achieve joint endeavours. That is the antithesis of the 'Gangsterism' way of moving forward, which we've talked about in this well trodden forum. Those two concepts of honesty and working together are unspoken memes which have constructed the Western mindset, and given us an efficient technocratic and industrial society beyond the wildest dreams of any Islamic one.
What we are seeing is the in his reply is the well worn Muslim trick of equivocation. He is trying to say that those verses are ridiculous old fashioned nonsense that nobody pays any attention to nowadays. But if you suggest that we cut out this "ridiculous, old fashioned nonsense" from the text, since it is so irrelevant, nonsensical and just plain bad - he'll probably threaten to cut your throat for having the temerity to suggest that anything in his "holy scripture" is not divinely inspired wisdom direct from the mouth of God.
The one thing this slimy rat will not do is "get real guys".
This is typical of these cover-up merchants (like Fiyaz Mughal). When Panorama exposed muslim schools teaching that jews were "apes and pigs" and that homosexuals should be executed, the "counter-extremism think tank" jumped into action... to provide cover for savage behaviour by muslims. This is more of the same.
22 November 2010
Quilliam, the counter-extremism think-tank, has responded to BBC Panorama’s investigation into a number of Muslim schools, by saying that while most Muslim schools in Britain do good work to prepare their pupils to play a full and positive role in British society, tonight’s programme also raises a number of difficult questions both for British Muslims and for society in general.
Talal Rajab, a spokesman for Quilliam, the London-based counter-extremism think-tank, said:
‘While most Muslim schools are doing good work and are entirely unproblematic, there is clearly room for improvement in a minority of cases. Schools should be places where young people learn to play a full part in the society around them. They should not be venues for indoctrination where young minds are taught hatred and intolerance.
‘The Saudi government has recently taken much-needed steps to modernise religious education in its own country. It is unfortunate that these so-called Saudi schools in Britain do not seem to have similarly moved with the times. The Saudi authorities need to use their influence to ensure that hate-preaching is fully tackled both at home and abroad.
‘The government must also urgently review and strengthen its procedures to protect school children from being groomed by extremists, whether extreme Islamists or BNP members.The government needs to balance the right of schools to set their own curriculums against the right of children to enjoy a rounded and balanced education that adequately prepares them for life in a diverse and complex society.’
What was going on in those schools wasn't "islamism" (in the sense of a pro-caliphate political ideology). It was muslim fundamentalism. So, why does Quilliam jump into the ring? And moreover, why pretend that there are BNP schools teaching jew-hatred (and by implication, much worse)? No such BNP school exists - the BNP can barely hold a public meeting without having people throwing dangerous sharp objects into people's faces. Yet Quilliam uses the idea of BNP schools to provide cover for save muslim behaviour.
Here we see another of the Quilliam luvvies providing cover for islam. What does this case have to do with political extremism? If he was concerned with protecting people from e.g. an extreme reaction from the working-class, then his concern shouldn't be for islam, but for "people who look muslim" i.e. sikhs, and hindus. But it is clear, his concern is to protect islam, the institutions of islam, and muslims.
But once a muslim always a muslim. Even when you purportedly work for a counter-extremism think-tank.
As the MEN profiles mentioned earlier show, at least 2 of these muslim were considered "pillars" of their community. Most of them refused to swear on the koran in court (I wonder why - because they were going to lie?)
This bit is so funny:
"The Saudi authorities need to use their influence to ensure that hate-preaching is fully tackled both at home and abroad".
Yeah, because the British government is TOTALLY incapable of exerting any authority over the schools in Britain, isn't it?
It reminds me of when our government paid a lot of money for adverts to go on Pakistani TV telling them to please, don't become a terrorist and come over to the UK to hurt us.
Ghaffar Hussain said: " I doubt they are even aware of the Islamic ruling on such a practise, a practise which is really a thing of the past and not advocated today outside of certain ultra-conservative and extreme circles."
Islam has a pick 'n' mix counter? Who knew!
David Starkey talking sense again.
Of course, the multi-culturalists won't see it that way. These paedophile grooming gangs are just bringing their cultural norms over here and applying them, exactly as the multiculturalists have taught them. In fact, it's even worse, because the lie of multiculturalism is the legal system. And these men were not even confronted with that for years, and years, because political-correctness prevented the police from applying the law.