“The men who destroyed their lives were sadists but their crimes came from a set of attitudes towards white society shared by parents, priests, elders and religious teachers.” – Yasmin Alibhai-Brown
It is truly bewildering, that so many young children have effectively been have turned into chattel on the streets of England: Captured, broken, sexually exploited for profit and pleasure by gangs of men– with the tacit approval of the British authorities who, for more than a decade, have done virtually nothing to prosecute the perpetrators — ostensibly for fear of being accused of racism.
But is that really the reason?
Look again. Look closely. It is not just young school girls who are being ‘groomed’ in England. It is the British public – systematically conditioned to remain docile, compliant and silent, even in the face of the brutal exploitation and rape of their young daughters.
If, as a people, you accept this, rationalize, and criminalize those who oppose it, what sort of people are you?
If you accept this, what else will you condone?
Could it be the Crown – the elite of England – have quietly declared war on their own citizens? Why else would any nation aggressively import an ideology of violent subjugation to which criticism and resistance is outlawed and condemned?
Author Yasmin Alibhai-Brown speaks out
The nation is angry. As an Asian, Muslim and mother, I am appalled too and also ashamed.
As we now know, hundreds of Rotherham children were abused by men of Pakistani origin. Let me say this loud and clear: the sex fiends are a small minority.
Most Asian or Muslim men are not hunting and hurting young white girls. Abusers come from all classes and backgrounds. Jimmy Savile was not a Pakistani.
That said, we Asians must recognise there is something rotten in our cultures. Too many of our men have a problem with females. And sex. We don’t talk about such things. Our languages don’t even have words for sexual parts or acts. I want to break this awful conspiracy of silence.
The sex gang victims were seen as “prostitutes” because they were out, probably mouthy and not covered up.
The men who destroyed their lives were sadists but their crimes came from a set of attitudes towards white society shared by parents, priests, elders and religious teachers.
What we need is Asian women in Rotherham, and Rochdale, Oxford and Luton, to march with white mums and shout: “These are our daughters.” Human rights are for all, black, brown and white.