They’re still trying to cover up the extent of the child grooming scandal in the UK and they are still very reluctant to admit just who is responsible. They’ve denied it was racial, despite the evidence that all the victims were not in the perpetrators community or ethnicity and they’ve done their level best to try and tarnish the reputation of the victims along with various patriotic and nationalist groups who attempted to highlight the cases. They’ve even tried to stifle debate in the blogging world (this blog included) by attempting to place contempt of court gagging orders on those bloggers who mentioned it.
It’s like squeezing blood out of a stone to get the powers that be to even admit there’s a problem and even more difficult to get them to admit just who is doing it (though the names are often a dead giveaway)
The sexual exploitation and grooming of young vulnerable white girls is a ‘particular problem in Asian communities’, one of Britain’s top prosecutors admitted for the first time today.
Except that it isn’t an ‘Asian’ problem in any but one ‘Asian’ community.
British Hindu and Sikh groups have joined the growing debate on the grooming of young girls by complaining against the use of the term “Asian” to describe the men involved in these cases.
Colour me suspicious, but I can’t help but wonder if this is the reason why the term ‘Asian’ was used in this instance.
In a year when several paedophile gangs were convicted of raping and prostituting victims in north west England, Nazir Afzal (Chief Crown Prosecutor for the region) says it is impossible not to notice ‘that the perpetrators were Asian and the victims were not.’
The Wiki list of British Pakistanis has the following entry.
As the perpetrators are British Pakistanis as well, you can see why I’d be suspicious of a British Pakistani using the word Asian.
The Commons Home Affairs Select Committee announced yesterday a day of evidence next week because its members and chairman Keith Vaz are ‘very concerned by the recent cases of child exploitation.’
The Labour MP for Leicester East has previously said: ‘I do not think it is a race issue.’
Vaz must be one of the few who don’t think it’s a racial thing, though I suppose he’s going to claim that because the gangs target Hindu and Sikh girls as well that it isn’t racist. Though I don’t think he’ll enjoy the can of worms that will open because if it isn’t racial, it has to be cultural or religious. Either way it was his party that opened the floodgates to allow mass immigration from those areas where it’s a ‘cultural’ thing.
I suspect this is going to run and run as the establishment continues to trip itself up over the mess it has helped create.