Rarely do you come across a Daily Mail article that presses every button in its prurient fascination and faux morality with the darker side of the UK. It even satisfies the powers that be’s desire to spread the blame for child sexual abuse away from its Islamic pets onto the wider populace as a whole, specifically the white indigenous.
Girls as young as 11 ‘expect’ to have to perform sex acts on rows of boys for up to two hours at a time in parts of London, a watchdog said as they warned child abuse is rife across Britain.
Deputy Children’s Commissioner Sue Berelowitz said there ‘isn’t a town, village or hamlet in which children are not being sexually exploited’.
In one vile abuse case she uncovered, boys aged 14 and 15 were ‘summoned’ via BlackBerry Messenger to the gang rape of a ‘very, very young girl’ which lasted several days.
She told MPs today: ‘Boys were being called while some were raping the girl to say “come, come, come, you can join in too” and they were arriving and elbowing each other out of the way to rape her.’
Ms Berelowitz said the recent sex abuse case in Rochdale – which involved mostly men of Pakistani origin abusing white girls – was just part of a wider picture of exploitation involving victims and abusers of all races and cultures.
I suppose we should be grateful Ms Berelowitz didn’t use the word ‘Asian’ but frankly it’s a small mercy.
Nor oddly enough do I recall any such mention of arrests for this gang rape, or headlines, certainly the Mail doesn’t link to it, still to give the benefit of the doubt it might be an ongoing case.
‘As one police officer who was the lead in a very big investigation in a very lovely, leafy, rural part of the country said to me: “there isn’t a town, village or hamlet in which children are not being sexually exploited”.
‘I regret to say that there are parts of every single community – white, Pakistani, Afghan, Gypsy and Romany travellers, you name it – who are seeing children as easy access in terms of sexual exploitation. And in terms of victims we are seeing the same sort of profile.’
Ethnic minority victims were ‘too often missed out’.
Speaking about the race issue, she told the committee she had visited a ‘racist’ estate in the north of England where there was routine sexual abuse of children within an all-white community.
‘I have been to gang-associated areas in the north of England.
‘I am thinking of one particular estate which is exclusively white, because it is such a racist estate, where there is a very strong and identified pattern of the white males on that estate sexually exploiting the white females on that estate.
‘So it is really important to hold all of it in mind.’
OK so we’re talking about some kind of paedogeddon here? Yet the headlines rarely seem to bear this out. Yes we know child sexual exploitation goes on and we know it’s a problem exacerbated in part by the ease of communications that we have these days. We do know that the largest abuse uncovered so far involves males of Pakistani origin and also that the state tried to cover it up for years. Something that they wouldn’t do if the perpetrators were ‘English’ yet the evidence of a large scale ‘English’ gang culture sexually abusing young girls is amazingly hard to find. Same oddly enough with any other immigrant culture save those of Pakistani origin.
Yet this evidence will also be used by the powers that be to clamp down (censor) internet access and paves the way to also further intrusions into private media, phone calls the blackberry network, you name it, basically the few areas where free speech happens and they don’t have control. All for the sake of the children (of course)
Frankly this is hysterical nonsense, yet it will serve its purpose, the blame for the sexual exploitation of young girls will be shifted away from the main perpetrators onto the community as a whole and the way is paved for government control of the means of communication.
Win, win, as far as they’re concerned.
As for the Mail, well it will sell papers and fuel the fears of its readership.
The only losers seem to be those who desire free speech and those who seek the truth.
No surprises there then.