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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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Not enough detail here yet to know if this fits the pattern.

Dawn raids were carried out at five properties in Banbury, Oxfordshire, by around 45 officers on Tuesday, Thames Valley police said.

The five men arrested, aged 18 to 21, were held on suspicion of sex offences against three girls aged between 13 and 16 between 2011 and this year.

Council chiefs said the girls were "very vulnerable young people" who had told social services they were being sexually exploited.


The operation heralds the first multiple arrests made by Thames Valley police's Kingfisher team, set up in 2012 to tackle child sex exploitation.

Police said the alleged offences occurred in Banbury and the surrounding areas, and that the five men arrested were local to the area.

Whilst the victim of this rape is technically not a child (she was 17 years old), I think it should be included here just for its relevance.

When I read the summary in another newspaper, there was no mention of the gang being "asian".  But it immediately rang a bell, that this was far more likely to be muslim men than any other group.  Accidentally, I then saw the story elsewhere, and it confirms that they were "asian" (which in almost all crime in the UK = "muslim").

Funding fear for Leeds grooming charity

Girl in playgroundThe charity said it was seeing an increase in families wanting support

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A charity which supports the parents of sexually exploited children says its future is uncertain after it lost its government funding.

The Coalition for the Removal of Pimping (Crop) helps 100 families of victims each year.

The Leeds-based charity lost out to other organisations when it reapplied for its funding this year. It says it could lose up to half of its workforce.

The government said not all bids for financial support could be successful.

Crop was founded in 1996 by a woman whose daughter was groomed, sexually exploited and coerced into street prostitution.

The charity says it is the only UK organisation to specialise in working alongside the parents and carers of victims.

Chief executive Gill Gibbons said Crop was still in discussions with government departments but was currently using reserve cash and would have to cut staff. She said its position was likely to worsen without help.

'Really desperate'

She said there was a wider awareness of grooming and as a result more parents were coming to its 12 staff for help.

"They are really desperate and really need our help. We give them advice, we give them guidance, we enable them to come together and meet and talk to each other.

"We're in this strange position where there's increased awareness of grooming of young girls and boys but we are in a position where we have had a third of our income removed as a result of contracts with the government that have come to an end.

"I think the grants went to the big, better-known organisations and the smaller more specialist organisations like ours have lost out."

The Department for Education, who has given funding to Crop in the past, said: "One hundred and eighteen groups were awarded money from the Department for Education's Voluntary Community Grant this year.

"Regrettably, the fund only stretches so far and not all organisations that bid for support are successful."

Shouldn't that title be "Funding Fear for Leeds ANTI-Grooming Charity"?

And isn't it curious that the one charity that dares name the criminal that dare not speak its name, is the one that gets its funding cut?  I'll bet money went to many less deserving organisations, including some, probably fake, Islamic ones.

Let me guess... mostly or entirely muslims, or the establishment digging up more historical cases from 20 to 30 years ago, to conceal the grooming gangs?

Since the grooming gangs were known to be operating between 1989 and 2005, why have there been no historical prosecutions of them?

Now that the report on the muslim grooming gangs in Rotherham has been published, it is admitted that there were 1400 schoolgirl victims, and the council staff knew of the problem as far back as 2002, and the rapes were going on as far back as 1997.

This is consistent with the chronology outlined in Easy Meat (where it was clear that social workers/charity workers were trying to mop up the damage in Bradford by 1995).  However, the statistic quoted in that book for the total number of victims looks like an understatement: the book says 10,000 victims, but if Rotherham alone had 1,400 then 10,000 for the whole country is most certainly an underestimate.  The muslim population of Rotherham is approx. 4% - so it seems that in places like Bradford and Rochdale and Blackburn there would be far more victims than in Rotherham (and the work being done in Bradford in 1995 must indicate the scale of the problem at a far earlier date than in Rotherham).  

There are several cases I heard of going to trial in the last 12 months (Bristol, Sunderland), but none of the conclusions of those trials has ever received any media attention.

Note how the report talks about the Home Affairs Select Committee report from 2013.

In summer 2013 Vaz's select committee published its own report, which criticised the council and the police in Rotherham, particularly for the lack of prosecutions over a number of years.

During the publication of the findings of this Committee between the end of 2012 and the summer of 2013, the national media completely ignored the report. When that happened I said that this was a deliberate ploy and that at a future time the media would talk about the report as if they had never ignored it, and as if Parliament had actually commented and intervened in this national disgrace at an early stage.  All part of the establishment cover-up.

When you see the details, it is incredible that for the best part of two decades the social workers and police did nothing.  We are not talking about mere speculation, but evidence of gross criminality. 

In 2001 a young girl who had been repeatedly raped escaped from her abuser’s clutches.

In order to send a message to her, the perpetrators smashed all the windows at her parents’ home before attacking her brother and breaking his legs.

At that point the teenager agreed to make a complaint to the police. However when she arrived at the police station she received a text message from her abuser telling her that he had her 11-year-old sister with him and adding: “your choice.”


In one incident a taxi driver accosted a 13-year-old girl. She refused to do what he asked and reported the incident to her parents who managed to identify the driver and follow him.

They contacted the police and gave them his details, however officers did not attend until later and no action was taken.

It later emerged that the driver had been arrested the previous week for a similar incident in Bradford.

And we can be sure that 99% of those muslim men involved over these 2 decades have escaped prosecution.

And of course, the news reports don't permit comments.

So the experts and journalists are now catching up with us.  Child rape in Rotherham was clearly a crime almost exclusively involving muslim men (who were a tiny proportion of the population).  I guess Dan Hodges doesn't want to think what this might mean for towns like Preston, Blackburn, Rochdale, Birmingham, Leicester and Bradford -- where muslims are a considerable part of the population.

The 2011 census in Rotherham showed that 3.1 per cent of the population of the Borough were of Pakistani or Kashmiri ethnicity. Yet as Jay states, “In Rotherham, the majority of known perpetrators were of Pakistani heritage including the five men convicted in 2010. The file reading carried out by the Inquiry also confirmed that the ethnic origin of many perpetrators was ‘Asian’.” This is despite the fact that, as Jay underlines, the perpetrators of crimes of this nature normally select victims of the same ethnic origin. In Rotherham the opposite occurred. Pakistani men targeted white girls so that they could rape them.

But race did not just provide a motivational element in these horrific crimes. It was also a major contributing factor in the perpetrators' ability to get away with their abuse on such a scale for such a long period of time.

Exactly these arguments were made in Easy Meat.  And from the Preface to that book, the author pointed out that his research relied almost entirely on available news reports from the past 25 years.

Once again, no comments are allowed on this analysis in The Telegraph.  Presumably because the elite are setting about narrowing the Chasm on this subject.  And comments are disallowed, because the commenters would point out many uncomfortable facts about the elite's concerted attempts to cover up these 25 years of muslim child rape gangs.

Screenshot of how Rotherham council tried to spin the damning report into how their child-care professionals turned a blind eye to systematic rape of children for over 15 years.

Comments were allowed this time, but were soon switched off.  Note that the most up-voted comments are not promoting racism or violence.  Yet there are clearly too many important points coming out in the comments, that the elite have to close down the discussion.   Alison Pearson fulminates about the horrors of Rotherham - but the comments bring out that this systematic child rape was going on in a more pronounced manner in other Labour-dominated towns.

Harry's Place and Hope Not Hate try to pretend that the Left have spent the past 10 years exposing the muslim child rap gangs.

The truth of course is the reverse: the Left spent the last 10 years doing all they could to cover-up for these gangs.

Rotherham - child sacrifice to diversity god - RamZ Paul's acid take on events ;


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