The Oxford Muslim child rape gang were brainwashed by Tory MPs and the liberal elite
NEWS in the Times is that “Muslims across Britain joined together in an unprecedented show of unity yesterday when a sermon condemning the grooming and sexual abuse of children was delivered in hundreds of mosques”.
This is recognising a problem that the police and the liberal elite buried. It’s in response to the story of gangs of men, predominately of Pakistani heritage, raping underage white girls. This week, seven men were given lengthy prison sentences for raping six girls aged between 11 and 15. They doped the girls on booze and drugs before ordering them to perform sex acts. For their added pleasure, the men burnt, beat and used their victims as toilets.
Five of the men are of Pakistani origin. The other two hail from East Africa. The BBC notes:
The girls were mostly chosen because their unsettled or troubled lives made them easier to manipulate.
That much is true. But Allison Pearson has another opinion in the Telegraph:
I reckon Britons in a hundred years’ time will look back at us in outraged astonishment for allowing Islamic schools to flout the laws of the land and teach boys that women are worthless. All Islamic schools should be obliged to introduce mixed-sex classes, so boys can learn at first hand that girls are their equals, or those schools should be closed. If you teach boys that a female is no better than a lollipop that has been dropped on the ground, eventually you produce a pimp who thinks that you break a girl’s spirit as though she were a horse, before branding her with your initial. That man and those attitudes have no place, no place at all, in Britain now.
Rod Liddle in the Times adds:
Remember the various gangs of men convicted of vile sexual assaults and the rape of underage girls in Oxford and Rochdale? The BBC described them as “of Asian origin”. What — blokes from Bhutan and North Korea and Hong Kong? Really? As it happens they weren’t even of Asian origin, entirely; some were from northeast Africa. They were all, indisputably, Muslim. Their warped view of their religion was central to the offences and thus to the story. The BBC didn’t dare to label them so unequivocally.
Mohammed Shafiq, chief executive of the Ramadhan Foundation, points the finger:
“[British Pakistani males] think that white teenage girls are worthless and can be abused without a second thought; it is this sort of behaviour that is bringing shame on our community.”
The kind of statements that would have you classed as a Nazi a few years ago are now the common ground for all sides.
But what about the victims? If you lack the perspective to realise that not all Anglo-Pakistanis are represented by a few gangs of sadistic, racist, women-hating scum, you’re an idiot. Or as the elite would have it: you’re white working-class, and therefore too thick to understand. You re so stupid that a few words in your ear from a BNP or EDL bigot and you’ll be on race riot before sundown.
Tim Black writes:
If there’s one thing worse, then, than excitedly playing up the sex-pest threat posed by the entire Pakistani community, it is downplaying the capacity of ordinary white Brits to judge for themselves whether a smattering of admittedly miserable sex-abuse cases damns a whole section of society. And here we get to the unsavoury irony of this whole pussyfooting, not-in-front-of-the-children approach to the Rochdale nine. Because to the extent that these sex abusers did view white girls as inferior, morally dissolute creatures, they did so, in part, because that is indeed how members of the political and media class tends to view white working-class Brits. That is, with disdain.
These are the white trash, the subhuman lower orders the police tell what to do lest they rise up and question their betters or be moulded by right-wing nutjobs into a frothing mob of rampaging bigots.
So. About those Muslim clerics talking to their flocks. The Times reports:
At least 100,000 worshippers attending prayers at up to 500 mosques were told that such “evil and reprehensible” crimes disgraced their religion and betrayed its strict moral code. It is believed to be the first time in Britain that imams from the different schools of thought within Islam’s Sunni and Shia traditions have agreed to address a social issue by preaching the same words to their congregations.
The Times adds:
Written by Alyas Karmani, a Bradford-based imam and youth worker, the sermon welcomed the convictions, voiced support for the victims and condemned “the disgraceful actions of those involved in these cases”. It warned that “with so many individuals from a Muslim background involved in such crimes”, the community had a duty “to use Islam as the basis for attacking sexual abuse” and its root causes. “If you see something that is suspicious or you suspect that sexual grooming is taking place, report it to the authorities,” the sermon said. “If you report it you will have stopped an evil deed, which is the highest form of faith, and protected a young person from harm.”
It can’t hurt to say it. The message is not to look the other way when you suspect a man in your area is a criminal.
But, as the Mail reports, blood is thicker than religion:
The mother of two members of the Oxford child sex abuse gang has blamed the schoolgirls for the ordeal they suffered, saying ‘they were having sex at the age of ten instead of playing with toys’. She defended her sons – Akhtar, 32, and Anjum Dogar, 31 – and claimed they were innocent after they were found guilty of a catalogue of vile offences last week.
“These girls should be playing with toys. If they start [having sex] at ten, by 15 they are proper ladies. On the news they say the girls went from Oxford to London on the train. Are they not old enough then? Nobody can feel sorry for them unless they’re sorry themselves.”
Mrs Dogar said that in a Muslim community girls focus on study, and questioned why the authorities allowed it to happen.
So. No Muslim girls are raped by adult males. None. Got that?
And if you think her repulsive views are rooted in Islam, get this from The Spectator back in 2005:
Our ‘decadent’ society
As Conservative MPs elected at this year’s general election we represent a new generation unencumbered by the political baggage of the past. In this spirit we enthusiastically endorse the rejection articulated by John Hayes (‘Muslims are right about Britain’, 6 August) of the liberal establishment’s assumptions about our society. For too long politicians of the centre and centre-Left — including some who curiously wear the badge of Conservatism — have ignored the common-sense opinions of the hard-working, patriotic majority of Britons who retain their belief in traditional values. In a recent Centre for Social Justice pamphlet, Iain Duncan Smith suggests that ‘it is noteworthy — even remarkable — that [what he calls] Britain’s conservative majority has persisted in the face of a largely hostile broadcast media and hesitant Church leaders’.
Some liberals remain in denial, unwilling to face the decadent consequences of years of their ideas being put into practice. But whether it is lawlessness, family breakdown, the menace of drugs, binge-drinking, teenage pregnancies or merely the coarse brutishness which, as Mr Hayes suggests, has infested popular culture, the results of years of woolly-minded liberal thinking (with the licentiousness it has created) are plain to see. Conservatives can choose either to help prop up the failed ideas of the liberal elite, or answer the people’s plea for certainty, order and decency. Choosing the latter is the key to success.
Brian Binley MP, Peter Bone MP, David Burrowes MP, Philip Davies MP, Robert Goodwill MP, Mark Harper MP
The abuse goes on…