“Professor Alexis Jay’s report into child sexual exploitation in Rotherham between 1997 and 2013 is a terrible account of the appalling failures by Rotherham council and by the police and other agencies to protect vulnerable children. It was a complete dereliction of duty.
It makes for shocking reading. 1,400 children, on a conservative estimate, sexually exploited, raped by multiple perpetrators, trafficked to other towns and cities, abducted, beaten, intimidated.
Like the rest of the house, I was appalled to read about these victims and the horrific experiences to which they were subjected. Many also suffered the injustice of seeing their cries for help ignored and the perpetrators not yet brought to justice. There can be no excuse for that…You want to stop it, Theresa?
The Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government shares my concerns over the failings by Rotherham Council that have been identified. This includes the inadequate scrutiny by councillors, institutionalised political correctness, the covering up of information and the failure to take action against gross misconduct…
I am clear that cultural concerns, both the fear of being seen to be racist and the frankly disdainful attitude to some of our most vulnerable children must never stand in the way of child protection...
We know that child sexual exploitation happens in all communities. There is no excuse for it in any of them. And there is never any excuse for failing to bring the perpetrators to justice.
The abuse of children is a particularly vile crime and one this Government is determined to stop."
Stop importing the sick f***ers! And send the paedos, the drug dealers, the benefit scroungers, the hate preachers, the ISIS jihadis, those who sympathise with ISIS and the Yasmin Alibhai-Browns back!
Be nice if you could string up a few of the ISIS types and the odd paedo rapist as well but, hey, the speech above, apart from the obligatory PC insert, ‘child sexual exploitation happens in all communities,’ is a minor miracle, so we won’t push it.
Not just me saying it now, is it? They’re all at it.
As for doing something about it…
Watch this space.
On 1 August 2014, The BBC reported thus:
“A Home Office researcher who wrote a report into the sexual exploitation of children in Rotherham has said she faced ‘hostility’ from the council. Her inquiries in 2002 indicated there were then more than 270 victims. Last week, a report revealed more than 1,400 were abused from 1997 to 2013…Accusing the council of being involved in the unauthorised removal of info from her office, she added:
When the researcher began to share her findings with the council, she told them most of the perpetrators being named were from the British Pakistani community. She said she was taken aback by the response from one official.
‘They said you must never refer to that again, you must never refer to Asian men. Another response was to book me on a two-day ethnicity and diversity course to raise my awareness of ethnic issues’.”
“They'd gained access to the office and taken my data, so out of the number of filing cabinets there was one drawer emptied and it was emptied of my data. It had to be an employee of the council…The BBC continued:
Some of the stories that I heard very early on were just so graphic that I don't think I will ever forget them. I was collecting data on who the perpetrators were, what cars they were using, their grooming methods, their offending methods, and what I was also collecting, was information on professional responses.”
“A chapter of her draft report contained severe criticisms of agencies working to tackle the abuse including ‘alleged indifference towards, and ignorance of, child sexual exploitation on the part of senior managers.’ It also stated: ‘Responsibility was continuously placed on young people's shoulders rather than with the suspected abusers.’Anyone out there going to vote for a system that ensured twelve more years of gang rape and brutality was inflicted upon the most vulnerable members of our society?
Her report was never published. And the council even tried unsuccessfully to get the researcher sacked.”
Anyone going to vote for a system that put the welfare and happiness of the Pakistani paedophile before that of the very young English girls he was tormenting?
‘You must never refer to Asian men... A two-day ethnicity and diversity course to raise (your) awareness of ethnic issues.’
If I was the boss I’d find the person who said this, try them for treason, find them guilty and execute them. Then I’d find all the others.
If I was the boss, the executioner would be in for plenty of overtime.
"The really sad aspect of it is that many of these girls could have been spared. If only I had known what was going on in Rotherham... I simply thought it was a purely local issue that emanated from Keighley… If I'd known, I could have said, 'We need a national policy on this.' I was on [the Labour party's national executive] at the time, so I would have been in a good position to press for that. But no one talked about it...
They ('enlightened mothers, members of the Labour party, women who I would never in a million years have described as racist') said the girls were being used for sex by them and handed around... the families of these lads. This was under-age sex. These girls were well below 16. The mothers said, 'We understand it's a criminal offence even if it's consensual', which I said was quite right. And they said to me, 'Why is it that West Yorkshire police won't do anything about it, social services won't do anything about it, when we have given them the names and addresses of the men abusing our daughters?...After learning that the News of the World had offered seven Keighley mothers £1,000 each to tell their story, Cryer said:
They found constant excuses not to do anything. You would think it would be clear-cut, these girls were too young to consent, but police kept saying it wouldn't get to trial because these girls wouldn't give evidence. They thought these lads were their boyfriends. They thought they were going to get married. But no. Most of these lads were already married to a cousin from Pakistan."
"I thought, if this happens, knowing the way the News of the World would handle it, it would cause chaos and ruin any sort of race relations that we had. We could have race riots, the works."So she asked a Muslim councillor of Pakistani heritage, to approach Pakistani elders 'with a list of 35 names and addresses of the alleged perpetrators.'
"He said to the imams, 'Ann Cryer would like you to go around to these families and explain that this behaviour is totally un-Islamic.' But the upshot was that the elders allegedly said, 'Go back to Ann Cryer and tell her it's nothing to do with us'...BNP leader, Nick Griffin, contested her seat in the 2005 general election, Cryer says:
What male MPs from similar areas to Bradford and Keighley would say to me from time to time was, 'Oh, you're so brave taking up these issues' – either forced marriages or grooming of girls. I would think, 'Well, it wouldn't need so much bravery if people like you would support me'...
There must have been councillors and MPs, I think, all over the country who knew what was going on but were terrified. It's a genuine fear, to be terrified of being labelled a racist. No one wants to be called a racist, least of all someone who isn't a racist."
"His reason for challenging me: 'She didn't do enough to protect those white girls'."Cryer says this of Ken Livingstone, Mayor of London at the time:
"Ken was convinced I had got it all wrong. He was so politically correct, he was off this planet at that time, was Ken."Livingstone responded thus:
"Paedophilia is clearly fairly prevalent in every culture and faith, depressingly much more than we thought. The idea that Islam would be exempt from paedophilia is rubbish."Denis MacShane, the ghastly former Europe Minister, expenses fraudster and MP for Rotherham from 1992 to 2012, admits in the Guardian article that he may not have done enough about the institutionally condoned evil prevalent in his constituency because he was a 'Guardian-reading liberal leftie.' He added:
"I think there was a culture of not wanting to rock the multicultural community boat... If you read my prison diaries, I praise a lady, an MP called Ann Cryer, who did raise the problem of cousin marriage and patriarchy, of the oppression of women within bits of the Muslim community in Britain."So what does Cryer think now:
"To tell you the truth I don't give a damn... I'm out of it all. But the feelings linger on for how wrong it was for people to misjudge me in this way."Apparently, some of her parliamentary peers called the poor, misjudged former MP a 'racist.'
What a shame, eh? What a shame that, uppermost in the mind of an ageing Labour insider, who, over a decade before, thought that bringing Pakistani paedophilia with English girls to the attention of the British people might 'ruin race relations,' are her own hurt 'feelings.'
Her 'Guardian-reading liberal leftie' colleagues accused her of being a 'racist' for trying to do the right thing by her constituents. Life is hard, Ann. particularly when you're on the right side of the facts when the wrong side is in power.
Here are a few obvious truths made even more obvious by the confessions noted in the article above:
1) 'Many of these girls could have been spared.'
Damn right. The treacherous self-service, cowardice and lack of concern for England's most vulnerable children will have seen, if Rotherham is in any way typical, tens of thousands of these gang raped, prostituted and otherwise tormented by bestial immigrant perverts.
2) 'No one talked about it.'
Oh, but they did. Those whose careers mattered more than the health and happiness of our children didn't WANT to talk about it but BNP and National Front 'racists', those whom Cryer and the rest of the parliamentary and media rabble have always done their best to demonise, were speaking out these matters and trying to warn the British people long before Cryer ever got involved.
3) 'This was under-age sex. These girls were well below 16.'
It was, as the Keighley mothers concluded 'a criminal offence.' yet 'West Yorkshire police' and 'social services' wouldn't 'do anything about it.' Even after the mothers had done half the police's job for them by providing 'the names and addresses of the men abusing' their daughters.
4) The cops and the social workers 'found constant excuses not to do anything.'
5) Most of the perverts 'were already married to a cousin from Pakistan.'
6) We would have had 'chaos... race riots, the works' if The News of the World had told us then what the Rotherham report is telling us now.
Cryer was wrong. It's much worse now and we are not rioting. Perhaps she meant that the Pakistani community would riot for having such sordid behaviours exposed? If so, she was wrong about that as well.
7) Pakistani elders were approached 'with a list of 35 names and addresses of the alleged perpetrators... The upshot was... 'it's nothing to do with us'.'
8) 'Male MPs from similar areas to Bradford and Keighley would say to me from time to time was, 'Oh, you're so brave taking up these issues'
So, what was happening, in Keighley at least, was common knowledge in Westminster in 2002.
9) 'Councillors and MPs... all over the country... knew what was going on but were terrified. It's a genuine fear, to be terrified of being labelled a racist.'
So there we have it in black and white, those we elect to serve our needs do no such thing. they serve their own. 'All over the country' these were more concerned not to 'rock the multicultural community boat' and, one must presume, via such inaction, to see their careers progress unimpeded by accusations of 'racism.'
10) BNP leader, Nick Griffin, contested her seat in the 2005 general election because Cryer 'didn't do enough to protect those white girls'.
Griffin was right, wasn't he? She didn't. Cryer may have done more than any other parliamentarian to get something done but when the rest are died-in-the-wool traitors to their tribe, you don't have to do much to be better than them.
Check out the kind of lies this monstrous anti-Brit was prepared to tell to keep the 'multicultural community boat' afloat, below.
That we have been betrayed isn't in doubt. That those we vote for are the most immoral and despicable of us isn't in doubt either. But do the British people, as we are currently constituted, after half a century of dumbing-down, drugging up and PC propaganda, still 'give a damn?'
Anyone out there think I'm too hard on her?
She was, after all, just about the only MP who ever tried to get something done. Let's take a look at what she was saying back then.
"My hope is that this adverse publicity will embarrass these young men into more appropriate behaviour." (This is Bradford - 26 August 2003)Wow! I bet that put the fear of God into those Asian gang-bangers! Such a dire threat was bound to make the paedos get down on their knees and beg Allah for forgiveness before Annie came round and embarrassed them all into behaving themselves!
The embarrassment thing, as we have seen, did not work.
"There is a very strong cultural reason, it's nothing to do with the religion, lets make it quite clear, its to do with the Asian culture, which wants these young men to marry these very young girls from their village... and as with any other young men, they are seeking relationships elsewhere, and the sophisticated white woman wouldn't have anything to do with them because they understand that at the end of the day, they are just seeking sex not genuine relationships and therefore the only outlet left to them is to look for very young girls through this organised sex ring." (Channel 4 - 22 August 2003)Poor Mohammed and Sanjay, eh? 'The only outlet left to them' was 'to look for very young girls.' I mean, did Cryer really expect us to sympathise? She went on to say:
"I tried hard to get the local community to deal with the problem, but all I got was a slap in the face... I have been told that I have brought the Myrapore community into disrepute... In Keighley, the view is don't talk about things to do with Asians. I'm not after these young lads going to prison".Why not, for goodness sake?
"Some of these men, they are born and raised in Britain, but expect to behave like they come from a rural village in Pakistan... some Imams I believe demonise white girls, and these are the repercussions".Curiously truthful here, Ms. Cryer.
In respect of the Bradford riots, Cryer is on record as having said:
"My view is that the riots were led by a criminal minority responding to Fascist taunts. Do they and many other young Asian males in Bradford feel that they have little, if any, stake in the United Kingdom's growing prosperity... Do those young men feel disaffected, disenfranchised and let down by their country of birth? Do they ask why all the qualifications, good jobs, nice houses and powerful cars seem to go to the whites?" (The Tribune - 29 August 2003)So, according to Cryer, the Bradford riots, and presumably all the other riots seen in Britain in 2001 and 2002, were actually the fault of 'Fascists,' who were white and British, I suppose. Oh, and the riots were also the fault of the British establishment, which is, of course true, but hardly because they have been seeking to ensure that 'Asian males in Bradford' felt they had 'little, if any, stake in the United Kingdom's growing prosperity.'
Cryer obviously thought the authorities should be doing more for all those poor Asian youngsters who felt 'disaffected, disenfranchised and let down.' Perhaps the riots were actually a cry for help from a downtrodden minority who only wanted to know 'why all the qualifications, good jobs, nice houses and powerful cars' seemed 'to go to the whites.'
Two simple questions to the 'white' people of Keighley and Bradford. Do you all have a good job, a nice house and a powerful car? Have those of you who don't ever rioted?
In the same article Cryer informs us that:
"The advantages of integration will be easier to achieve when... whites and Asians recognise that there can be gain only from all sides living together in peace and understanding. The alternative is a Belfast-like situation in which we will all be the losers".The Keighley electorate elect someone to, hopefully, represent their interests in Parliament. That person then tells them that they, who did not riot, 'will be the losers' if they don't make an effort to live together 'in peace and understanding' with those who did. She also tells us that, if the 'whites' do not accept this state of affairs, the only other alternative is 'a Belfast-like situation.' That would be Belfast at the height of the troubles, I suppose.
I don't know about you, but that sounded like a threat to me. A threat from an MP who didn't appear to be altogether supportive of those whose ancestors are all buried here.
On 24 January 2003, after the BNP's Adrian Marsden had won the council seat of Mixenden in Halifax, Cryer said this:
"These are ugly human beings dressed in nice new suits. They cause division and peddle hurtful policies. The Labour Party will fight them".Four days after he was elected, Adrian was parking his car when he was viciously attacked by a gang of men. They were never apprehended. On 24 January 2003, BBC News reported Cryer as saying:
"The BNP... like to prey on people's fears, they attempt to whip up division against other people. These people dress in nice smart suits but underneath them they are the same ugly human beings trying to bring division wherever they go".Over the years, the deliberate governmental suppression of any information which might offend the Asian communities allowed the depraved behaviours of the worst within those communities to go unchallenged.
The price has been paid by the youngest and most vulnerable within the indigenous, white community.
The various Nationalist groupings saw it as their duty to tell the British people about situations like that which occurred in Rotherham and Keighley when the media and the government would not. Ann Cryer and co. ALWAYS castigated them for doing so.
They are doing so now, as we speak.
In September 2004, Cryer was of the opinion that the three mainstream parties should work together against Angela Clarke, the BNP candidate, whom the voters of Keighley's Guardhouse ward seemed to be favouring. As a result, an all-party candidate was put up against her. The voters didn't care for these political shenanigans, however, and Mrs. Clarke won the seat. Ann Cryer, subsequently,denounced the Guardhouse voters thus:
"I'm ashamed of them. They are very thick and don't know what they are voting for."If the lady who is now so self-righteously vocal in her condemnation of those 'who knew what was going on' and the 'politically correct' establishment had had the courage to work WITH those who cared more for England's children than their careers back then, it's entirely likely that the problem of Muslim-on-white paedophilia would have been dealt with long ago.
But she didn't and, consequently, it's still here and more of a problem than ever.
The Daily Telegraph:
“There are cultural issues around the way politics are done in the Asian community which have to change. Politics are done differently in Pakistan, it is a cultural difference we have imported some of that into some of these northern towns and cities and I think we have to face up to the fact that we can’t carry on doing politics like that. It is not healthy and the direct consequence is that we end up having to tackle issues like has been faced in Rotherham…
Pressure was applied, that’s what will have happened to Denis MacShane and he went along with it…
Being an Asian councillor isn’t an easy job… the pressure on some of the Asian councillors is immense… The amount of casework compared to white areas is completely different, the community almost owns you. Yyou are expected to deliver or they will vote you out…
If you don’t conform you will be voted out.”‘Politics are done differently in Pakistan.’ It’s what your PC pals in parliament call ‘diversity’, Simon. It’s enriching, you see. 1,400 little girls repeatedly raped enriches us almost as much as it does them. That why utterly fabulous folk like Denis MacShane, Rotherham’s MP for 21 years, never speak out. They want us to be enriched by every last enricher under the sun.
You’re a good bloke. Simon. One the few who dares to tell it as it is.
Keep up the good work.
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