“Multiculturalism is to blame for the Rotherham child sex abuse scandal. Political correctness is a vile, perverted ideology which is wrecking our society and ruining the lives of the innocent…
The key fact about this brutal crime wave was that almost all the predators were men of Pakistani and Kashmiri origin, while the majority of their victims were white…
The staff who did nothing for years are a disgrace to their profession. What is particularly sickening is their desperation to cover up the abuse in their attempt to maintain the illusion that cultural diversity was working in Rotherham. In the twisted mindset of the authorities, protecting their cherished dogma of multiculturalism was far more important than protecting vulnerable girls.
That attitude is also highlighted in (a) passage in the report, where Professor Jay reveals that officials were fearful of tackling the Muslim gangs ‘because it might damage community cohesion.’ But that just demonstrates the grotesque logical absurdity of multiculturalism. There is neither a community nor any cohesion when this kind of violence, racism and misogyny is cravenly tolerated by the state…
In the name of supposed tolerance the state has ended up colluding with savage intolerance in our midst… Like the victims of British jihadism, the abused girls from Rotherham have been sacrificed on the altar of political correctness.
Nothing better illustrates the monstrously warped priorities of this council than the contrast between its paralysis in the face of Muslim sex gangs and its decision in 2011 to remove three foster children from the home of their adoptive parents who were found to be members of UKIP.
Though these two parents were described as ‘exemplary,’ Rotherham children’s services department argued that their political allegiance ‘did not fit’ with the children’s ‘cultural and ethnic needs.’
So Rotherham could act decisively when it wanted, but such rigour just shows the inverted morality that enveloped the council where support for UKIP was regarded as a greater crime than the rape of an adolescent.
Even now, after all the revelations from Professor Jay, the cultural cringe is still going on. On Tuesday, as news of the scandal broke, five of the BBC’s seven online articles about the report made no reference at all to Pakistani men.
In the same vein, a pitiful article in a Leftwing newspaper argued that we have a duty ‘to avoid sensationalist stereotyping.’ That is exactly the cowardly attitude which allowed these crimes to go unpunished for so long.”Sometimes I think that Leo must be cribbing.
Then I remember that the truth is the truth and, once in a while, the mainstream media’s finest are just as inclined to tell it as the patriot.
Keep it up, Leo.
Leo mentions ‘a pitiful article in a left-wing newspaper,’ which argued that we have a duty ‘to avoid sensationalist stereotyping.’
Perhaps, Paul Vallely was responsible for the offending comment. On 26 August 2014, he said this in The Guardian:
“Protection is what matters, not blame. The scale of the sexual exploitation revealed in the Jay inquiry is shocking, but let’s avoid racial stereotyping.”No blame? We mustn’t blame the gang-rapists? We mustn’t blame their enablers? WE MUSTN’T BLAME THE PAUL VALLELIES?
I blame you, Paul. By God I do. You, along with many more sick PC champions would excuse every last crime your pet footsoldiers commit. When you find it impossible to to cover up the enormity of criminality any longer, that is.
Here’s someone else I blame.
'Our ignoble tradition of racialising crime.'
'Dubious claims about Muslim men grooming white girls.'
Someday soon, when we have our country back in our own hands, Brooks, Vallely and many others will face those their foully treacherous PC mindset has tortured and disenfranchised for so long.
Blame will be apportioned.
Mercy will not be recommended.