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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 - 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.


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:   http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=a02_1409659866
Gavin also speaks on this topic at 12:50 in this video:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y27t01dx9Wg

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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Another example of Tony Blair "rubbing the Right's nose in diversity".  Those young girls must have been keen conservatives.  Who'd have thought?

This is one of the prosecutions which seemed to just slide away.  I guess it was not permitted to report the trial as it was proceeding - the government preferring that the case only gets reported on conclusion to minimise the public impact of it.

These lot were all Somali muslims. So much for the grooming gangs being caused by "Pakistani culture". But, of course, its NTDWI.  

Now that this one has reached convictions, maybe there is hope that the equally massive cases in Leeds and the North-East  will end in a dozen convictions in each case.

Bristol sex gangs jailed for grooming girls

From top left, clockwise, Mustapha Farah, Liban Abdi, Mustafa Deria, Idleh Osman, Abdulahi Aden, and Arafat Osman
Details of the first case, which happened in 2013, can only now be reported after legal restrictions were lifted

Thirteen men have been convicted of a string of child sex crimes in Bristol involving the abuse, rape and prostitution of teenage girls.

Bristol Crown Court heard one victim, aged 16, was assaulted by five Somali men after she was moved to the city while in the care of another authority.

Her 14-year-old sister was raped by a member of the gang while visiting her.

The inquiry led to police uncovering another gang of Somali origin who had been abusing four other girls.

The four teenagers were paid £30 or given drugs, alcohol and gifts to perform sex acts on older men from the Somali community.

'Shocked and shaken'

The court heard some were persuaded to have sex with other gang members as they were told by the gang it was Somali "culture and tradition" and "men always have sex with each other's girlfriends".

One 13-year-old victim was raped four times by three different men in a Premier Inn in Bristol city centre.

A statement from the Bristol Somali community said: "The community is deeply shocked and shaken by the outcome of this case. They are unforgivable acts of cruelty against the most vulnerable members of our community."

Clockwise from top left: Mohamed Jumale, Said Zakaria, Sakariah Sheikh, Mohamed Dahir, Omar Jumale, Abdirashid Abdulahi and Jusef AbdirizakOther gang members will be sentenced on Friday

The thirteen men, all from Bristol, were convicted of charges including rape, sexual activity with a child, facilitating child prostitution, trafficking and paying for the sexual services of a child.

Six were jailed following a trial during the summer. The remaining seven were convicted on Wednesday.

Details of the two cases - which found grooming and abuse dating back to 2011 - can only now be revealed after reporting restrictions were lifted.

The first trial centred on a group of drug dealers from the Easton area and their exploitation of primarily one teenage girl.

She had been moved into a flat on her own in the city and left almost unsupervised by social workers from outside the area.

The second trial focused on another group of young men and their grooming and subsequent sexual abuse of young girls.

Premier Inn CCTVSome of the abuse took place at a city centre Premier Inn hotel

Tried in July and sentenced for up to 13 years in jail:

  • Mustapha Farah, 21, Liban Abdi, 22, and Arafat Osman, 20, were each jailed for 13 years for paying for the sexual services of a child and supplying Class A drugs
  • Abdulahi Aden, 20, was jailed for 13 years for rape and supplying Class A drugs
  • Mustafa Deria, 22, was found guilty of rape and was jailed for seven-and-a-half years
  • Idleh Osman, 22, was jailed for 10 years for facilitating child prostitution and supplying Class A drugs

Tried in November and due to be sentenced on Friday:

  • Sakariah Sheik, 21, Abdirashid Abdulahi, 21, and Jusuf Abdirizak, 20, were found guilty of rape
  • Mohamed Dahir, 22, was found guilty of causing child prostitution
  • Omar Jumale, 20, was found guilty of having sex with a child
  • Said Zakaria, 22 was found guilty of rape and having sex with a child
  • Mohamed Jumale, age 24, was found guilty of sex with a child

Crying under a sink

Speaking in July, Judge Michael Roach said the gang took "considerable advantage" of the 16-year-old sister who had been moved to Bristol by a council, which cannot be named in order to protect her identity.

"I hope there will be an opportunity for the authorities to reconsider their thinking behind such a placement because it has, on any retrospective view, added considerably to the damage of that young person," he said.

The teenager had been ordered by a court to live outside her home area and was placed in "supported living accommodation".

Social workers had "very real concerns" about her and tried to persuade her to leave but "she refused to".

The abused girl's five-month ordeal ended when police went to her flat looking for her sister who had been reported missing.

The 14-year-old sibling was found crying in a cupboard under the kitchen sink in just her underwear.

"One of the women police officers went to speak to her and she said that one of the men had forced himself on her, he had raped her," prosecutor Anna Vigars said in court.

Her 16-year-old sister told investigating officers that she once had sex with a man who later refused to pay.

She told officers she did not want to argue and that "half the time I didn't really want it for the money" and that "sometimes it's just nice to be close to someone".

An independent serious case review into her care is now being carried out.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-30078503

A longer report on the gang of Somali muslims in Bristol.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/thirteen-somali-men-conv...

Most of the reports on the Bristol gang are not including this quote by one of the Somalis, saying that what they did to these young non-muslim girls was "a religious requirement".

Hotel rape exposed Bristol child sex abuse ring

Premier Inn CCTV
Gang members booked a room at a Bristol hotel where a 13-year-old girl was raped by three men

Thirteen men have been convicted of a string of child sex abuse crimes following the discovery of two child sex rings in Bristol.

The revelations have shocked the local community. But how did police uncover the crimes? And how do these damaging relationships begin?

The concrete monolith of Bristol's Premier Inn hotel, at the foot of the M32 motorway, towers above the city centre.

Inside the imposing structure, in December 2012, a 13-year-old girl was raped by three men.

The discovery of that event set in motion a police investigation that uncovered a two-year catalogue of child sexual abuse by Somali men in the city.

The intelligence-led operation was assisted by members of the Somali community and vulnerable victims, who showed "remarkable courage" coming forward to police.

One of those convicted for abusing multiple victims told the court at his trial that sharing girls for sex "was part of Somali culture" and "a religious requirement".

Bridge in BristolOne of the victims was attacked under a bridge in Bristol

Following the convictions, Bristol Somali Forum they were "deeply shocked and shaken" by the revelations in the case.

In a statement they described the events as: "unforgivable acts of cruelty against the most vulnerable members of our community".

It added: "The Muslim communities in Bristol would like to make it absolutely clear we wholeheartedly condemn these dreadful evil acts.

"It is right and appropriate that those responsible, and found guilty through our judiciary process are punished to the fullest extent of the law, regardless of who they are."

The children's charity Barnardo's claimed the discovery of the crimes is "only the tip of the iceberg".

The organisation has seen more than 90 people in the past six months who are either victims or at high risk of becoming victims of child sex crimes at their Bristol office.

Regional director Hugh Sherriffe said he believed as people became more vigilant to sex crimes "we'll see more and more of this".

He added the apparently high number showed the city is "very aware of child sexual exploitation issues".

Hidden abuse

Esther Keller from Bristol charity Kid's Company, which supported one of the victims, agrees, and believes child sexual abuse in the city is "probably more widespread than even we realise".

"And after this court case other girls might pluck up the courage and say 'it happened to me as well'," she said.

She believes a lot of the abuse is hidden and many of the victims are not realising they are in a situation "that's not really very savoury".

Hugh Sherriffe
Hugh Sherriffe from Barnardos has warned the crimes may be the "tip of the iceberg"

"Many of the girls involved had some sort of attachment issues and were looking for somebody to care for and love them," Ms Keller said.

"Within these relationships it takes a long time before the abuse begins. What the perpetrators are trying to do is to build up the trust with these girls.

"In the back of the perpetrator's mind is always this desire to pounce as soon as they think they can.

"They [the girls] think they're in a very loving, caring relationship for the rest of their lives and they can't imagine that these men, that are so nice to them, are trying to abuse and exploit them.

"I'd urge parents... if your daughter comes home and they suddenly wear nice clothes and are given lots of gifts by some men, check out what this is about - particularly if they are very young."

Ch Supt Julian Moss, head of Avon and Somerset Police's CID department, described what officers found as "appalling, abhorrent crimes" against "vulnerable young children" and praised the victims' "courage and strength".

"Nobody should underestimate how difficult it has been for them to do that and I'd like to give my heartfelt thanks to each one of them," he said.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-bristol-30095960

If a white man mentions someone's nationality, he's a racist.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/11266650/Racist-thug-j...

Yet the media chose to deliberately ignore 20 years of systematic rape of white schoolgirls by "asians" or "Pakistanis".

When I see things like this, I start to sympathise with those commenters on news stories who insist that what has been going on in Britain for the last 50 years has been "race replacement".  It's clear that "racism" is something which only white people can do - even when no non-white people are around.

I suppose WW2 was a race war against the Germans.

Cross-referencing the ISIS fatwa on the legality of slavery.

http://4freedoms.com/xn/detail/3766518:Comment:158374

When one considers e.g. that 80% of Turks in Holland support ISIS, is it really any surprise that large numbers of muslims are involved in the grooming gangs/loverboys?

I wasn't sure that any western media would pick up on the ISIS/Caliphate pamphlet on the rules for taking/raping slaves.  But the Daily Mail has covered it.

ISIS's 'Slavery for Dummies': Jihadists compile chilling checklist of how to treat thousands of kidnapped sex slaves 

  • Document explains in sickening detail who can be made a sex slave
  • Outlines exactly when a captured woman can be beaten by her 'owner', and when it is justified to rape prepubescent girls
  • Up to 5,000 women are held as sex slaves in ISIS' horrific prison-brothels
  • Majority of them are Yazidi women and children captured back in August 



Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2867179/ISIS-s-Slavery-Dumm...

Denmark: Convicted terror preacher (unemployed since 1992…) sexually attacked 12 year old girl

Mansour has reportedly not been working since 1992. He has added many convictions to his criminal record, many of them for illegal possession of weapons – everything from machetes and knives to guns, gas spray and rifle cartridges.”

http://10news.dk/?p=215

But.... but... he was a devout muslim fundamentalist.  Islam has nothing to do with terrorism, islam has nothing to do with the sexual abuse of non-muslim schoolgirls.

Another gang from Peterborough.  This is turning out to be one of the most frequent venues for these gangs.  Note also that this gang is NOT being tried in Peterborough, just as the other grooming gangs from that town were not tried there.  The conclusion must be that, following the brutal racist murder of Ross Parker/celebration of 9/11, the people of Peterborough have had enough of muslims.  I presume the CPS think that it can be reasonably argued that muslims will not get a fair trial at the hands of the people of Peterborough in such cases.

Trial for sex ring accused from Peterborough

Three men who were allegedly part of a child sex ring will stand trial accused of forcing young girls into prostitution.

Mohammed Khubaib, (43), Qadir Ahmed, (27), and Manase Motaung, (31), are accused of raping and molesting the girls between 2007 and 2013.

The court heard 23 alleged victims, all who were aged between 13 and 17, are due to claim they were raped, sexually abused and forced into prostitution by the men.

The three men all appeared at The Old Bailey in London on Friday (5 December), where they faced a total of 17 counts child trafficking, forced prostitution, rape, and sexual activity with a child.

http://www.peterboroughtoday.co.uk/news/local/trial-for-sex-ring-ac...

Once again, Jack Straw's lie that the muslims involved in grooming are sexually-frustrated teenagers is shown to be false.

I realise that this is NOT directly connected to the grooming gangs, but the issues involved confirm much about the muslim attitude to women/children and sex.

It took a high court judge to ban this man from having sex with his wife, who had the mental age of a child, and didn't know she could refuse. 

He has already taken the wife's cousin as a second ‘wife’ in a polygamous Islamic marriage and had two children with her - although still demands the right to have sex with his first wife.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2878576/Husband-barred-havi... 
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Young people are currently being groomed in "every town" in Britain, according to a charity.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-30638168

Really? Really? Torquay?  Is there a mosque in Torquay? Yep. http://islamicguide.co.uk/Mosques-in-uk/Mosques-in-Torquay/ 

Pace highlighted the case of a 16-year-old girl in Exeter, who was allegedly groomed by men who gave her so-called legal highs.

Exeter? Yep. Mosques there too. http://islamicguide.co.uk/Mosques-in-uk/Mosques-in-Exeter/

West Yorkshire Police admitted it had been "slow" in the past to recognise the signs of child sexual exploitation, but said that was now one of the highest priorities for the force.

The same West Yorks Police who got the C4 documentary banned in 2004? The same force who said the following year there was no evidence of grooming gangs?  They then closed down the team who had been tasked with investigating them! 

This crime was unheard of until muslim immigration.  When you look at the convictions, 19/20ths of the perps are muslims.  But muslims are (supposedly) only 1/20th of the UK population.  How can such a huge disparity be overlooked?

Pace (formerly CROP) have been decidedly quiet these past few years.  They could have done far, far more to publicise the grooming gangs.  Instead, they chose to keep quiet and be politically correct.

Even the "child prostitution" scandal in Victorian London was less than 0.1% of what has been going on these last 20 years with muslim grooming gangs.

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