Sunday, 25 June 2006

Stymied by political correctness

On 9 May 2012, Alison Pearson said this in The Telegraph:

"By now, even the most trusting and generous-minded liberals must have woken up to the fact that our fear of being tarred as racist has allowed ugly practices and outmoded attitudes to flourish, hidden away behind a nervous respect for 'difference.'

Stymied by POLITICAL CORRECTNESS, social workers, carers, police, lawyers and council staff all failed to protect those young Rochdale girls."

Diversity, cohesion, cultural enrichment.

Dirty words in my book.

Political correctness: even dirtier.

Who wants their little girl to cohere with the diverse, enriching 77-year types cited above? Pet footsoldiers of the Multicult, they forced at least one of our little girls to “have sex with 20 men in one night.”

Who agrees with Mel? Who thinks “those who shriek ‘racist’ or ‘Islamophobe’ at all who point this out in order to stifle proper debate” are “complicit in these outrages?” Who thinks the PC Crowd have, for decades now, aided and abetted the crimes of such creatures?

In a just and fair society, those who protect and promote the immigrant criminal would stand trial with them. I look forward, in the not to distant future, to seeing such moral lepers charged with treason, found guilty and dealt with.

On 21 June 2012, the BBC reported thus:

"Shabir Ahmed, 59, of Oldham, was one of nine men convicted of sex offences against children at Liverpool Crown Court in May. He was not named at the time because he faced further charges but was jailed for 19 years.

Prosecuting, Rachel Smith said Ahmed, of Windsor Road, had treated his victim as a 'possession' which he used for his own sexual gratification. She said he had been 'a violent and controlling man' who had abused the girl on 'an almost weekly basis. She tried to make him stop, but it was to no avail'...

The court was told the victim felt a sense of shame about what happened to her, which had stopped her reporting it to the police for many years...

Speaking after the verdict, Det Ch Supt Mary Doyle said... 'We already knew Ahmed was an integral part of the Rochdale grooming case - now we can also say his horrific campaign of abuse began many years ago with the systematic rape of this one victim'...

Ms Doyle said he had been 'the ringleader of a loosely connected on-street grooming ring' and had been 'the common denominator in a group of men who raped and abused girls aged between 13 and 17 at the time of the offences'...

Ahmed was found guilty at Liverpool Crown Court of two rapes, aiding and abetting rape, sexual assault and trafficking for the purposes of sexual exploitation.

Judge Gerald Clifton said Ahmed was an 'unpleasant and hypocritical bully' who had ordered a 15-year-old girl to have sex with one of his fellow gang members as a birthday 'treat'." The Rochdale Paedophiles

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