“Victimhood Culture” UK: Victims of Muslim Rape Need Not Apply

“Victimhood Culture” UK: Victims of Muslim Rape Need Not Apply, by Judith Bergman.

In July 2018, Britain’s then Home Secretary Sajid Javid ordered a review into the characteristics of child sexual grooming gangs. ..The review was long overdue, to say the least.

In 2015, Prime Minister David Cameron told the BBC that the rape and sexual abuse of underage girls had been “on an industrial scale”: “Young girls… being abused over and over again on an industrial scale, being raped, being passed from one bunch of perpetrators to another bunch of perpetrators”….

Girls as young as 11 were raped by “large numbers of male perpetrators”. As the charity Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation (Pace) told the BBC in 2014, the sexual abuse and rape of under-age girls and young women had been taking place for decades in nearly “every town” across the UK. …

The review that Javid ordered was completed late last year and one would therefore expect a public debate about the issue as Javid, even before he ordered the review, insisted that there needed to be an “honest, open debate” about child abuse, “including racial motivation”.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government, however, has nevertheless refused to publish the review, which it says will “only be used for internal policy-making”. ….

In 2018, police recorded crime showed that in the past five years there had been “a staggering twelve-fold (1,086%) increase in sexual grooming”. …

Survivors have tried to explain that grooming gangs operate differently than pedophiles in general. Ella Hill, a survivor of the Rotherham grooming gang, wrote in March 2018:

“Grooming gangs are not like paedophile rings; instead, they operate almost exactly like terrorist networks, with all the same strategies…

“As a teenager, I was taken to various houses and flats above takeaways in the north of England, to be beaten, tortured and raped over 100 times. I was called a ‘white slag’ and ‘white c***’ as they beat me.

They made it clear that because I was a non-Muslim, and not a virgin, and because I didn’t dress ‘modestly’, that they believed I deserved to be ‘punished’. They said I had to ‘obey’ or be beaten.

“Fear of being killed, and threats to my parents’ lives, made it impossible for me to escape for about a year. The police didn’t help me…

“Like terrorists, [groomers] firmly believe that the crimes they carry out are justified by their religious beliefs.” …

The biggest scandal in British history and the biggest coverup. Stand-out hypocrisy by the ruling class:

In the era of “victimhood culture”, in which so many groups vie for the top spot of “most victimized”, being an actual victim of sexual abuse apparently has little currency among the social justice elites. Where, for example, are the feminists in all this? Where is the “me too” movement?

Serious estimates of the number of raped white and Sikh girls put the numbers at 100,000 to a million, since the mid 1990s. By Muslims, mainly from Pakistan, thank you Tony Blair. Many towns, many girls in each town, over 25 years … it adds up.

If a society cannot protect its young women, it will not survive long. Alluha Akbar.