Saturday, January 8, 2011

Having our noses rubbed in diversity

Jack (I hate the English) Straw has deigned to comment on the grooming of young English girls by Pakistani (Muslim) males.

Sky.
Former home secretary Jack Straw has claimed there is a problem with vulnerable white girls being targeted for sexual abuse by some Pakistani men.
The Blackburn MP talked of a "specific problem" involving Pakistani men and called on the community to be "more open" about the issue.
He spoke after two Asian men who subjected a series of vulnerable girls to rapes and sexual assaults were given indefinite jail terms.
You'll notice the use of Pakistani and Asian here, though I very much doubt Pakistani Christians or Hindu's and Sikhs are very happy with the catch all tags denigrating their ancestry.
This "specific problem" is a direct result of new Labours multicultural meddling in trying to rub the "Right's" noses in diversity. The game was given away by Andrew Neather a former Labour government minister, but totally exposed when the Home office papers were released later on.
The Judges comment was also startling...
The judge said he did not believe Saddique and Liaqat's crimes were "racially aggravated", but Mr Straw said he thought vulnerable white girls were at risk of being targeted by some Asian men.
"They're fizzing and popping with testosterone, they want some outlet for that, but Pakistani-heritage girls are off limits and they are expected to marry a Pakistani girl from Pakistan, typically," he said.
"So they then seek other avenues and they see these young women, white girls who are vulnerable, some of them in care... who they think are easy meat."
So it's perfectly acceptable "culturally" in their eyes to do this? What kind of culture permits the targeting of women from other cultures to be groomed, raped and prostituted? Could it be the same culture that has a gang raped woman who became pregnant by the rapist's given 100 lashes for adultery and sentenced to a year in prison too? Well it is if you define adherents of a certain religion as a culture.


You see Labour have brought in from various places a culture which has serious issues with Western freedom and secularism. One which does not see anything wrong with committing all sorts of abuses so long as it's not done to one of their own.
There's the usual "righteous" attempt to divert the blame though...
His comments have been attacked by fellow Labour colleague Keith Vaz - who said it was wrong to "stereotype a whole community".
The Leicester East MP, who chairs the Commons Home Affairs Select Committee, said he did not believe there was a "cultural problem" and called for a high-level investigation of such grooming across the UK.
No doubt in a massive effort to catch an English gang doing the same thing.
Vaz is of course wrong, there is a cultural problem if these males see women from outside their own culture as fair game for these crimes, after all where did they get the idea that it was ok if not from their own culture? They certainly didn't appear to mix with mine other than to commit crimes against it. Not that Vaz is to be trusted, it's my personal opinion that he's a typical politician and corrupt to the core.

The most damning thing about every article I've read on the subject is that they fail to mention the "M" or "I" words, after all, that's the culture behind the culture we're really talking about and have a problem with. Oh I'm not saying that all Pakistani male Muslims are a problem, but I am saying that the religious culture that treats women as cattle for popping out more males might just be an issue with the way they saw fit to do this to women which they would not be permitted at home or amongst their own.
Still at least the conspiracy of silence is being questioned. Though sadly not yet broken I fear.

Still I doubt this is quite what Labour meant by having our noses rubbed in diversity, though undoubtedly this is exactly what it is.

9 annotations:

WitteringsfromWitney said...

The majority of them are corrupt to the core!

In any event MPs are not elected to rule us, they are elected to safeguard our nation from foreign interference. Pity they seem to have forgotten that!

JuliaM said...

Does anyone think Straw would be saying this if Labour were still in power?

Nope, me neither...

Sam said...

Unlike Black or Jewish people. Asians in general are completely incompatible with living in Britain today. The more people understand that the better. Their name is tarnished but as it should be.They have biten the hand that has given them refuge. Most unwelcome guests.

Quiet_Man said...

I fail to see how Hindu's, Jains, Sikhs etc have tarnished the name of Asians Sam. Only one subset of Asians manages to do that and that's the Islamic subset.

Anonymous said...

The British National Party were warning about this kind of thing from around 10 years ago to the present day and about how widespread the problem was.

Result: the authorities put the BNP leader on trial twice for “using words or behaviour intended or likely to stir up racial hatred” or perhaps more accurately for telling a truth the authorities would rather not be known.Luckily for him he was finally acquitted of all charges; but how many young girls have become victims in the length of time it has taken the powers that be to even begin to address the issue?

Baz

Longrider said...

What about Chinese Asians? No, QM is quite right, this behaviour is specific to a particular culture - Islam.

Mrs Proudie of Barchester said...

Have to agree with QM and Longrider - Hindus, Sikhs and Jains have contributed much to our society and have caused no trouble whatsoever. Hindus have a pretty good idea what to expect from the followers of Islam, however...

Groompy Tom said...

Please correct me if I am wrong but was that illiterate twat, Muhammad the 1st, not a kiddie fiddler and rapist?

English Pensioner said...

I object strongly to the use of the word "Asian" when then mean "Muslim of Pakistani" descent. During my lifetime I have had some very good friends and numerous work colleagues from Asia who are happy and thankful to be living in this country who are no doubt as appalled as any of us by what is going on. Look at a map - Pakistan represents a very tiny part of Asia.
I feel someone must protest on behalf of those Asians who are not Muslims of Pakistani descent and it's time I did my bit.