Rotherham: Child Services Boss Denies Race Was a Factor in Grooming Gang Scandal, by Victoria Friedman.
The chief of children’s services in Rotherham has denied that there was a racial aspect to the city’s historic child abuse scandal which saw 1,400 underage, white, English girls groomed and raped by Pakistani-origin Muslim men over a 16-year period.
Ian Thomas is lying, of course. In Rotherham, British officials “described their nervousness about identifying the ethnic origins of perpetrators for fear of being thought as racist; others remembered clear direction from their managers not to do so.”
And while British authorities were afraid to crack down on the Muslim rape gangs because they were afraid of being called “racist,” the Muslim rapists themselves made it clear that race was very much a factor in what they were doing. “You white women are good at it,” said one. “All white women are good for one thing, for men like me to f*** and use as trash,” said another.
Yet no one has noticed that a major factor in this rape gang activity was not race, but religion. The Qur’an teaches that Infidel women can be lawfully taken for sexual use …
But discussion of that is as far off the radar screen in shattered, staggering, dhimmi Britain as rocket ships from Pluto. The British government and establishment media persist in seeing the entire problem of jihad terrorism as a racial issue: brown people blow things up and kill people because they’re oppressed by white people, you see, and so if the white people will just be nice to the brown people, then all will be well, and all this talk of jihad and Sharia will melt away like the morning dew.
So witless officials such as Ian Thomas prove that they’re on the politically correct reservation by denying that the wholesale rape and trafficking of white British girls by Pakistani Muslim men has anything to do with race, and will trumpet some outlier case in which the victim was a Muslim or the perpetrator a white man (even a convert to Islam will do) in order to make their spurious case.
hat-tip Stephen Neil