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It has happened again. Another sex grooming scandal of massive proportions hits the U.K., this time in the small city of Telford, England. As many as 1,000 girls, some as young as 11, may have been abused, raped, tortured, and in some cases killed by Muslim men, largely of Pakistani origin, since the 1980s. What’s worse: the authorities have known about it for decades and have done nothing. Why? Apparently, they were afraid of being called racist, just like in the Rotherham scandal.
In case you missed it, Rotherham gained global infamy in 2014 when the world learned that this small English town had allowed Muslim men of Pakistani origin in grooming and rape gangs to abuse 1,500 young girls.
At the time, a Member of Parliament, Sarah Champion, stated that there could be as many as one million victims of sex grooming in the U.K. The estimate was by many interpreted as hyperbole. However, with the victims stacking up in English town after town, there is a real danger that it could be near reality.
The Sunday Mirror reports findings from the Telford scandal that are both shocking and horrifying. A girl, who was fourteen at the time, describes her abuse:
“Night after night, I was forced to have sex with multiple men in disgusting takeaways and filthy houses.”
“I fell pregnant twice and had two abortions. Hours after my second termination, I was taken by one of my abusers to be raped by more men.”
“The worst moment came just after my 16th birthday when I was drugged and gang-raped by five men.”
For more than three decades, desperate girls and their families were crying “Me Too,” and no-one would listen to them because their perpetrators had a dark complexion. British authorities have been willing to sacrifice the rights and health of thousands of girls on the altar of multiculturalism.
Adding shame to injury: the BBC has been silent on the topic. They were apparently afraid that telling people the truth about what happened in Telford could put Muslims at risk and therefore chose to do what the authorities have done for nearly forty years: put a lid on it.
By coincidence, the story about the Telford abuse broke at the same time American journalist Brittany Pettibone was detained by airport police and refused entry into the U.K. due to “racism.”
Shortly after, libertarian Canadian journalist Lauren Southern was detained for being “a radical Christian” under the suspicion of terrorism. Eventually, she was banned from the U.K.
Imagine if the British police had spent as much resources on protecting young girls from brutal Pakistani rape gangs as they spend on hunting down peaceful, law-abiding libertarians and conservatives. Thousands of innocent girls could have been saved.
However, there is something you, the reader, can do to help stop this senseless abuse from occurring in the future. When you hear some rabid leftist accuse someone of being “racist” for criticizing Islam, tell them about the Rotherham and Telford scandals. Tell them that they have aided and abetted these monsters by scaring the police from doing their jobs. They have blood on their hands and should be ashamed to the core of their being.