Patriotic organisations around the UK have been saying that the police and other UK authorities have been hampered in their enquiries of ethnic minorities through fear of being accused of being racist.
This was of course denied, though such denials were becoming rather frayed around the edges with the now ongoing investigation of hundreds of cases of sexualisation of young girls by a certain ethno-religious group.
Still it did come as a surprise to read this article particularly as it links the Stephen Lawrence case vis the Mcpherson report as being part of a major problem in UK policing…
Police are failing to investigate crimes committed by ethnic minorities because they fear being branded racist, a report claims.
A pamphlet by think-tank Civitas, released today, says pressure to show racial sensitivity may have been behind the initial failure to properly investigate Asian street grooming gangs in the North of England.
Jon Gower Davies, a former academic, links the failure to police being branded ‘institutionally racist’ by the Macpherson report into the death of Stephen Lawrence, which he says left police ‘shackled’ by bureaucracy.
The pamphlet, which is entitled’ Mind-Forg’d Manacles: Murder, Macpherson and the Police’ finds Macpherson lacked evidence for the charge of institutional racism which he says ‘lacks substance’.
This year a gang from Rochdale were jailed for plying teenage girls with alcohol before raping them.
All but one gang member was of an Asian Pakistani background.
The court heard up to 47 vulnerable girls were passed around the group and forced to have sex several times a week, but two years before action was finally taken, police missed an opportunity to stop the gang when a 15-year-old girl told them she had been raped.
A former Labour MP, Ann Cryer, said the police failed to investigate properly because they were ‘petrified’ of being branded racist.
Mr Davies, a former Labour councillor, describes the lack of investigation into sex crimes as a case of ‘reverse’ institutional racism in which the views of victims, vulnerable white girls, were not taken seriously.
The saddest thing of all is this has been going on for over a decade, it was even highlighted by Nick Griffin of the BNP back in 2008 though he was decried in public over doing so. By both the left, the mainstream, even by some champions of the ‘right’ notably John Gaunt. I suppose it could be a case of a stopped clock being right at least twice a day, but Griffin however odious he may be, was dead right as to who was to blame and the media and politicians were dead wrong to try to keep covering it up.
It does seem a little odd that Labour members are only coming out of the woodwork now to complain, they were clearly well in with the bigoted British camp when Gordon Brown let his inner thoughts out on a microphone during the last general election campaign. It could I suppose simply be a fear that they might just have nailed their colours to a sinking ship. After all, it was Labour who are well remembered for opening the floodgates to immigration in the first place, no matter whether the offenders in this instance are home grown or not, I get the feeling the general public no longer gives a damn about whether they were born here, just where they got their attitudes from.
The sainted Stephen Lawrence family and the Mcpherson report have a lot to answer for in the brutalisation of young white women in the UK, there can be no doubt about this any more.
Expect screams of outrage from the perpetually offended left and minority groups over this, It’s not often an MSM article puts the boot into one of their sacred cows.