Thursday, March 22, 2012

This seems to be an unbecoming cultural trait

Another day, another grooming case and again it's an "Asian" gang responsible.
A drunken 15-year-old girl was filmed naked and pleading as a gang of six men sexually abused her throughout the night, a court heard.
Harrowing footage from one of the defendant’s mobile phones seen by Leeds Crown Court showed the young girl lying naked while men laughed and touched her.
She could be heard saying: 'Give me back my clothes' and 'let me go'.
Ali Rehman, 26, his brother Hassan, 18, Larasab Hussain, 45, Faisar Younas, 23, Saqib Hussain, 31, and Wahid Hussain, 19, are on trial in West Yorkshire after the teenager was 'used and abused like an object'.
The jury watched the videos as Sharon Beattie, prosecuting, transcribed the men's conversation - which was in Urdu, Punjabi and English.
Miss Beattie said: 'In her account, various videos were taken that evening, only one was recovered - taken at the end of the evening. The men, all from Dewsbury, deny the charges. The trial continues.
Now the girl involved is no angel, however she is/was underage and it's fairly obvious that she was too drunk from having been plied with drink to object to what was being done to her.
This trial follows similar trials ongoing in Liverpool and Manchester involving "Asians" from Rochdale, along with a trial ongoing in Telford again involving "Asians" from the local community. There's also an ongoing police investigation in Blackpool involving the grooming of 60 underage girls by four "Asian" owned premises.
Yet from certain sections of the political spectrum there is a deafening hypocritical silence on these activities, or occasionally an attempt to shift the blame. Can you imagine the outcry from the liberal left if the perpetrators accused of such a crime had been preying on the "Asian" community involved?
We've seen what happens in such cases as the Stephen Lawrence trial where laws protecting us for centuries were overturned and used retrospectively to prosecute the men involved. Yet the most you hear from the liberal left or the hard left on these cases are "well white males are paedophiles too" which is true, but no excuse for the cover up and lack of silence on these cases from the media in the past. For all I do not care for Nick Griffin and the BNP, I do remember how they were derided in the press and by the left for bringing the matter to the public's attention way back in 2004.
Even today, you can read the press reports and you can not see the true description of the perpetrators, though it's fairly obvious from the names involved, yet the press continue to call them "Asians" which is a gross insult to the billions of fine people from Asia who do not partake in such uncivilised and barbaric behaviour. I've yet to see the men involved described as what they are, Muslims of Pakistani origin in the MSM, they Aren't Indians of Hindu, Sikh or Jain heritage, they certainly aren't Chinese or other oriental Asian heritage, nor are they of the Mongolian heritage of the former states of the Soviet Union.
No, these men are Muslims from Pakistan or occasionally Bangladesh origins, they may have been born here but they've kept their culture which is reinforced by their religion to view the women of elsewhere as easy meat for the taking, the younger (and more easily lead and abused) the better.
The only way that this will be resolved peacefully is by honesty, this has yet to happen with the MSM and the powers that be. The longer this goes on the more likely civil unrest becomes.

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Senior said...

If the men were white, white racists wouldn't react to this case. One way to tell whether a white person is racist is to compare their reactions to sex offences by Asians to their reactions to sex offences by whites. Are they equally reactive to both, or do they react more to sex offences by Asians than they do to sex offences by whites? This test is easy to do if the white people have online footprints.

DerekP said...

...the most you hear from the liberal left or the hard left on these cases are "well white males are paedophiles too"

Few white males are paedophiles, so bearing in mind that most of the population is white, it is only a very small proportion of the white male population; and the rest of the white male population detest them. In fact, most of the British population so detests paedophiles that even criminals have turned in loot from their crimes where it contained evidence against paedophiles:

However, there is now a part of the population:
- whose religion contains and condones paedophile activity,
- where a very high proportion of a section of that religion appear to have been involved in organising and/or using paedophile networks, targeting non-members of that religion,
- where no members of that particular religion appear to have turned in any of the paedophiles so widespread amongst them.

These perverts knew enough about police policy in these matters that they mainly physically abused girls thirteen and over, but one has to wonder how they were so familiar with and confident of these odd limitations on police action.

It follows then that one can't help but wonder if any like-minded members of that religion who are in positions of authority or influence, in the police or CPS for example, might have blocked or undermined investigations, possibly in the name of so-called community cohesion, or pervert protection as I shall now think of it.

Quiet_Man said...

@ senior

I believe that all sex offenders should be treated equally, however this post was about the prevalence of a certain type of sexual offence committed by and large by a certain community, which has in the past been seen to be hushed up.

Anonymous said...

If someone is stupid enough to make their object of worship a paedophile dark ages warlord, then we shouldn't be too surprised when the apple doesn't fall too far from the tree.

AJ said...

Did you see this case in Oxfordshire in today's Mail.

The key line is
"Police refused to comment on the ethnicity of the children or men involved, although it is understood that it bore similarities to other cases in the country."

Why not say that it is Muslim men instead of burying our heads in the sand, they would be shouting it from the rooftop if it was Catholic Priests

Dr Evil said...

And the Oxford situation is intimated at this time as being similar to on-going cases, with the cops not verifying if the suspects are Muslims of Pakistani origin or not. We shall see, unless there is a media black out.

Anonymous said...

Surprise surprise, can't find the story on the BBC web site.

DerekP said...

Well, it seems these perverts are largely going to get off lightly. What a surprise! Does the CPS up Dewsbury-way have any links to a certain religion?

"...Faisar Younas, 23, of Textile Street, Dewsbury, admitted sexual activity with a child and the prosecution decided not to pursue a charge of rape against him.

Larasab Hussain, 45, of Headfield Road, Savile Town, Dewsbury, admitted a charge of sexual assault."

Not really much of an admission bearing in mind what was filmed.

"The prosecution announced it would offer no further evidence against the other defendants...
The jury was discharged from reaching verdicts on these three men."

Why? They would appear, at the very least, complicit in abduction, imprisonment and sexual assault. Why not let the jury decide based upon the evidence?

Is there some plan here for community cohesion, sorry, pervert protection?

It seems that despite:
- the girl clearly being held against her will;
- the girl being forcibly taken from location to location against her will (kidnapping? trafficing?);
- administering alcohol to a minor to further sexual attacks;
- sexual procurement of an unwilling victim;
- filming sexual assaults;
etc etc, these perverts have gotten incredibly easy treatment by the CPS.

Bearing in mind the girl out of fear at first denied anything happened, is it likely that any other/future victims will come forward if such attackers get off so lightly?