It’s not a f*cking Asian problem!

They’re still trying to cover up the extent of the child grooming scandal in the UK and they are still very reluctant to admit just who is responsible. They’ve denied it was racial, despite the evidence that all the victims were not in the perpetrators community or ethnicity and they’ve done their level best to try and tarnish the reputation of the victims along with various patriotic and nationalist groups who attempted to highlight the cases. They’ve even tried to stifle debate in the blogging world (this blog included) by attempting to place contempt of court gagging orders on those bloggers who mentioned it.

It’s like squeezing blood out of a stone to get the powers that be to even admit there’s a problem and even more difficult to get them to admit just who is doing it (though the names are often a dead giveaway)

Mail.

The sexual exploitation and grooming of young vulnerable white girls is a ‘particular problem in Asian communities’, one of Britain’s top prosecutors admitted for the first time today.

Except that it isn’t an ‘Asian’ problem in any but one ‘Asian’ community.

The Asian Age.

British Hindu and Sikh groups have joined the growing debate on the grooming of young girls by complaining against the use of the term “Asian” to describe the men involved in these cases.

Colour me suspicious, but I can’t help but wonder if this is the reason why the term ‘Asian’ was used in this instance.

Mail.

In a year when several paedophile gangs were convicted of raping and prostituting victims in north west England, Nazir Afzal (Chief Crown Prosecutor for the region) says it is impossible not to notice ‘that the perpetrators were Asian and the victims were not.’

The Wiki list of British Pakistanis has the following entry.

Nazir Afzal – (The Chief Crown Prosecutor for North West England). One of his first decisions in that role was to initiate prosecutions in the case of the Rochdale sex trafficking gang.

As the perpetrators are British Pakistanis as well, you can see why I’d be suspicious of a British Pakistani using the word Asian.

The Commons Home Affairs Select Committee announced yesterday a day of evidence next week because its members and chairman Keith Vaz are ‘very concerned by the recent cases of child exploitation.’
The Labour MP for Leicester East has previously said: ‘I do not think it is a race issue.’

Vaz must be one of the few who don’t think it’s a racial thing, though I suppose he’s going to claim that because the gangs target Hindu and Sikh girls as well that it isn’t racist. Though I don’t think he’ll enjoy the can of worms that will open because if it isn’t racial, it has to be cultural or religious. Either way it was his party that opened the floodgates to allow mass immigration from those areas where it’s a ‘cultural’ thing.

I suspect this is going to run and run as the establishment continues to trip itself up over the mess it has helped create.

11 comments for “It’s not a f*cking Asian problem!

  1. June 9, 2012 at 9:24 am

    More than half the population of the world is asian. I wonder when Britain began using the term to refer to people who are (ethnically if not necessarily actually) from a relatively tiny part of it, and I wonder why. Was it around the time we were told it was racist to say ‘Indian’ or ‘Pakistan’ when referring to someone who is or whose ancestors were from India or Pakistan? And if so is it racist if I’m described as being English/British/Anglo-Irish/Pommie down here and really I should be upset unless the term European is used? In short, is there any chance at all we can have one set of rules for everyone and fucking stick to them?

  2. ivan
    June 9, 2012 at 10:28 am

    Vaz must be one of the few who don’t think it’s a racial thing,
    Vaz just doesn’t think fullstop.

    The Mail comments on the Nazir Afzal story were getting rather hot under the collar about the use of Asian tag. As a lot of people said you don’t see Japanese, Chinese, Thai or any of those involved so why not call a Pakistanis a Pakistanis.

  3. June 9, 2012 at 1:36 pm

    ivan

    Rather, why not call a Muslim a Muslim?

  4. June 9, 2012 at 5:55 pm

    Over this side of the Pacific rim, ethnic Chinese etc are also referred to as ‘Asian’. That’s quite a lot of people to be offended.

  5. 20 Rothmans
    June 9, 2012 at 6:20 pm

    You could save a few keystrokes when referring to Pakistanis.

    For reasons I’ve never worked out, that’s frowned upon here, and abos is frowned upon greatly where Angry lives.

    Funny how he gets by with Pom and I get by with Aussie. Perhaps it is because we have something to be proud about and they don’t.

  6. Mudplugger
    June 9, 2012 at 6:21 pm

    Same is true of the ‘crash-for-cash’ road accidents, almost entirely perpetrated by those of Pakistani origin (ergo Muslim), same is true for the creative ‘whiplash injury’ claims, again almost entirely perpetrated by those of Pakistani origin (ergo Muslim).

    Same is true for the statistics for uninsured drivers – check out the postcodes where they occur – again almost entirely perpetrated by those of Pakistani origin (ergo Muslim). Similar evidence is emerging on mortgage fraud, insider bank fraud etc. – same people, same origins, same religion.

    The mainstream media try to dance niftily around those critical facts, scared shitless that reporting facts will somehow lay them open to charges of racism. A fact is a fact – get over it. Instead they are open to charges of political correctness, propaganda, concealing the truth etc. They don’t deserve reading until they start telling the full, ugly, unvarnished truth about our single worst immigrant culture and its abhorrent behaviours – until it is openly reported, it will never get resolved.

  7. Greg Tingey
    June 10, 2012 at 9:08 am

    One hates to admit it, but Keith Vaz is the one they can’t shut up over this, and he has been prepared to say what is going on.
    Interesting, in the Chinese-curse, sense.

    As for this recent-racial-geographical-origin labelling, it’s all PC nonsense.
    Humanity is a species of “African” origin.
    What matters here are the locally-imposed “cultural” norms.
    Or not imposed, as the case may be?

    • wiggiatlarge
      June 10, 2012 at 10:17 am

      Vaz has form fullstop, and will say what’s necessary to appease whoever he is addressing, I wouldn’t trust him any further than I could throw him, and i’d like to.

  8. June 10, 2012 at 3:04 pm

    Hardeep Singh at the Telegraph has also begun to say the previously unsayable in the MSM.

    The girls targeted in Rochdale, Derby and now in Luton are all non-Muslim. This is nothing new for British Hindus and Sikhs, who have complained about targeting of their girls for decades; Indians refer to the practice as “love-jihad”.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/religion/9314448/Its-time-to-stop-using-the-word-Asians.html

    N.B. It should be pointed out that the targetting of Sikh girls – and Muslim girls by Sikhs – is a persistent claim both sides make. There is little evidence to substantiate the claim so far, although there have been violent reprisals against girls who voluntarily become involved with members of the opposite sect.

    A website which purported to be that evidence was taken down for violation of t&cs by google. Nobody really knows if the website was for real or merely random photos, annoyance and boasting; nor do we know which community it originated in. There’s no reason to assume it was what it claimed to be; it could easily have been someone’s idea of either a joke or an attempt to stir up anger.

  9. Maaarrghk!
    June 12, 2012 at 6:07 am

    Mrs M! is also Asian – Philippine Catholic.

    I had an interesting conversation with a lad I worked in a warehouse with about 5 years back. I had always assumed him to be Indian due to the amount of disparaging comments about Pakis that he would come out with.

    So you can imagine my surprise when he told me he was Pakistani. Turns out he’s a Punjabi Pakistani – “Most of those whinging scrounging Pakis are Kashmiri Pakistanis – not my lot!”

  10. jprasad
    June 13, 2012 at 3:58 pm

    What is so complicated about a straightforward case of Muslim men grooming young girls – be they white, Hindu or Sikh – for sexual abuse?

    The chief prosecutor has intentionally coomplicated the matter with a standard political smokescreen, very commonly used by all middle classes in positions of power within law and government. Fortunately, the working class can easily decypher such pathetic tricks. The prosecutor had labeled the men inaccurately as ‘Asian’ rather than correctly addressing them as Muslims because conveniently he [the prosecutor] himself is Muslim. His thinking is logical, albeit unethical, immoral but not unlawful, which is why he can get away with it. To intentionally use the word ‘Asian’ vilifies all Asians of this crime and therefore serves to vindicate his own people and religion – Islam and Muslims. He obviously thinks he’s clever, but he’s not because I personally know plenty of people who have written and vocalised their rage against him that may in my opinion result in his murder. If he is killed as a result of what he has said, in my opinion he deserves it and it should be a lesson to all those middle classes in power that the working man will never lie down and take it. NEVER!!

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