Thursday, 10 May 2012

My thoughts on Rochdale scandal

Here is my latest article from the English Democrats website...
PC Police Allowed Sex-Gang to Operate
The jailing this week of nine racist sexual predators has been hailed as a sign that the authorities are finally beginning to take this issue seriously.
Khabeer Hassan, Addul Aziz, Abdul Rauf, Mohammed Sajid, Adil Khan, Abdul Qayyun, Mohammed Amin, Hamid Safi and a 59-year-old man who cannot be named for legal reasons were convicted on charges including rape, assault, sex trafficking and conspiracy.
The gang targeted impressionable English girls found and plied them with alcohol and drugs before subjecting them to a sustained campaign of rape over a period of years.
Whilst the peddlers of political correctness in the Lib-Lab-Con cartel parties have done everything in their power to weaken the resolve of our nation and its people, resulting in a significant proportion of the population becoming so emasculated that they would quite literally rather sit by and watch the kind of horrors that have been exposed in this case unfold rather than complain and risk being branded 'racist', one Muslim organisation has at least taken action.
Mohammed Shafiq, chief executive of The Ramadhan Foundation, has defied death threats and stood up against the gangs who prey on young white girls.
He has accused Pakistani community elders of 'burying their heads in the sand' over this issue and stated that: 'There is a significant problem for the British Pakistani community and there should be no silence in addressing the issue of race, as this is central to the actions of these criminals.
'They think that while teenage girls are worthless and can be abused without a second thought - it is this sort of behaviour that is bringing shame to our community.'
This shocking case has drawn attention to the institutional political correctness in our nation's police forces which has led to sections of the English community being treated as second class citizens. The DailyTelegraph has revealed that police and social workers knew about this issue in 2002 but failed to tackle it for over a decade. It is utterly inconceivable that this would have been dealt with in such a negligent way were the ethnicities of the victims and perpetrators in this case to have been reversed, and the fact that this happened says as much about the state of our public institutions as it does about the individuals who committed these sickening crimes. Belated apologies will do little to comfort the young victims and their families.
Cases like this show just how important it is for English Democrats Police and Crime Commissioners to be elected across in England in the elections to this new position later on November 15.
The overriding priority for English Democrats police commissioners will be to root out all forms of political correctness within their force in order to ensure that all our citizens are treated equally before the law and no sections of our community are treated less favourable than others just because they happen to be of the 'wrong' ethnicity.

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