The poison in our midst

There has been a poison in our midst since the introduction of a foreign and divisive religion to our shores, it has been aided and abetted by politicians of our mainstream and those who dared to complain or point out the problems it was bringing were shouted down as racists, bigots or fascists. Even MSM companies such as Channel 4 if they criticised this ‘religion’ or pointed out its wrongdoings tended to end up being investigated themselves. Nick Griffin of the BNP for all his faults identified a behavioural pattern in a group practising this religion over 10 years ago and was roundly vilified for it. When practitioners of other religions pointed out the problems they too were told to shut up and historical facts of their own shortcomings were thrown in their faces as ‘evidence’ that somehow all religions were the same, often forgetting that the problem was in the here and now, rather than the there and then…


Police turned a blind eye to sex grooming gangs for more than a decade, confidential files reveal

  • Documents reveal scale of sexual exploitation of girls in South Yorkshire
  • Vulnerable white girl, known to have been abused from the age of 12, was offered Urdu and Punjabi lessons by Rotherham Council to ‘educate her’
  • Papers reveal catalogue of alleged crimes which have not been prosecuted
  • Rotherham MP Denis MacShane: ‘We need clear leadership from government to eradicate this evil’

Police turned a blind eye to allegations of sexual abuse of white girls by gangs of largely Pakistani men for more than a decade, it was claimed yesterday. Research, reports and case files also revealed that council officials were desperate to cover up any racial link to the abuse of young girls. The research shows that a string of warnings dating back as far as 2000 were ignored by the authorities. In many cases, police action was taken only against the victims. Among the alleged crimes for which no one was prosecuted were: 

  • A 14-year-old girl being forced to perform sex acts on five men – four Pakistanis and an Iraqi Kurd asylum seeker; 
  • A British Pakistani man was found in a car with a bottle of vodka and a 12-year-old. Both were arrested on suspicion of stealing the car. Police also found pornographic images of the girl on the 22-year-old’s phone; 
  • A 14-year-old girl missing for a week was found under the influence of drugs in a car with a man 20 years older. They had had sex but he was arrested only for drug possession; 
  • A 13-year-old girl was found drunk at 3am in a derelict house with a ‘large group of adult males’ who had plied her with vodka. She was arrested for a public order offence while the men walked away. 

According to previously confidential documents seen by The Times, police in Rotherham, South Yorkshire, found evidence of thousands of similar crimes and described ‘networks of Asian males exploiting young white females’. The groups were reported to have trafficked victims to cities including Bristol, Manchester and Birmingham. Despite this, just two prosecutions of groups of men for sexual abuse have taken place in South Yorkshire since 1996. n 2002, Home Office-funded research criticised officers for treating young victims as ‘deviant and promiscuous’ while ‘the men they were found with were never questioned or investigated’. Revealing the fears over the racial element to the abuse, a 2010 report from the Rotherham Safeguarding Children Board said the crimes had ‘cultural characteristics … which are locally sensitive in terms of diversity’, but warned of ‘sensitivities of ethnicity with potential to endanger the harmony of community relationships’. Denis MacShane, MP for Rotherham, said: ‘There’s a culture here of denial and cover-up and a refusal to accept the reality that we have men living in the Rotherham community who treat young girls as objects for their sexual pleasure. It’s time to tell the truth. We must root out this evil.’

The details only go back to the year 2000 but they show a catalogue of abuse of vulnerable underage girls brushed under the carpet by the authorities in the name of community cohesion, multiculturalism, and attempts to avoid a charge of racism. Yet it was well known in the local communities that those committing these crimes were all Pakistani/Bangladeshi males and all purporting to be Muslims.

I’m aware that paedophilia to give it its colloquial name is not just restricted to one community, but no other community closes ranks around paedophiles like the Muslim community in such a them and us attitude. No other religion allows its followers such a sense of superiority over non members either, the girls in question because they were girls and not Muslims were less than nothing to these men, indeed some of the ringleaders will not even admit they’ve done something wrong and that we are racist to prosecute them.

All of this has been aided and abetted by the powers that be over the last two decades, excuses have been made and prosecutions against those highlighting the abuse have been attempted. A wall of silence in which attempts to shift the blame onto the victims were made.

Those who called out for justice were muzzled and marginalised whilst the rot spread and was encouraged to settle even more into our country thanks to uncontrolled immigration bringing further problems with them.

Our country has been betrayed by those in power, not just at the highest political levels but root and branch throughout its many levels. Even today there are apologists for this vile religion and its followers, the use of the word Asian is still prevalent in media programmes rather than the apt description of Muslim Pakistani males.

The fact remains, if we hadn’t allowed them here, we would not be having this ongoing problem, along with the other issues Islam has brought to these shores. I’m honestly fearful for the future of this country as I’m fairly sure that some will only be pressed so far, the spectre of Lebanon in recent years hangs over the UK.

16 comments for “The poison in our midst

  1. September 25, 2012 at 7:16 am

    those who dared to complain or point out the problems it was bringing were shouted down as racists, bigots or fascists.

    A particular mention for the late Ray Honeyford. Honeyford was not a racist or any kind of bigot; he went on the evidence in front of him and his eyes told him, correctly, that his pupils were being short-changed by their own culture which was not designed to help them prosper in an industrial society of which it had not dreamed. His purpose was to help his pupils, and that starts by telling them the truth.

    Ann Cryer and – of all people – Denis MacShane have been shouted at for years in their own party for daring to tell the truth. With pitiful irony, one of the few useful things the awful Margaret Moran ever did was to tackle the prevelance of forced marriage in Luton by producing a credible report based on credible testimony and numbers.

    • September 25, 2012 at 8:33 am

      I think that an apology is owed by someone to Ray Honeyford and his family. He was correct in his observation that the children were being short changed both by the attitude to education of Islam and the idiot progressive educationalists that didn’t push for assimilatory instead of multicultural education.

    • mona
      September 26, 2012 at 8:30 am

      It is time now for a new Criminal offence to be created,”Criminal Political Correctness”,being that you commit a criminal act in not to protect a person from criminal sexual physical and mental exploitation, because of fear of being accused of racial or religious bigotry or the social cohesion, in plain English COWARDICE. if you are a serving Police Officer.

      • September 26, 2012 at 2:45 pm

        Yes, but it’s very easy to think one would not give in to pressure. One of the reasons Victoria Climbie died was simply the doctrine, as expounded by Diane Abbott, that black parents and carers don’t abuse children. Any social workers, doctors or even police who said otherwise were marched off for re-education if they were lucky or the sack if not, in order to make an example of them.

        That scene has been played out dozens of times where, threatened by being called a witch, sorry, racist, people were cowed, one by one, in to submission. Even if not directly affected, people have known colleagues who have been disadvantaged if, say, they won’t agree that a homosexual couple are precisely equivalent to a heterosexual one for the purposes of childcare, or if they do not believe all religions to be equally valid.

        Being brave is much easier if your living and family aren’t reliant on your acquiescence.

  2. September 25, 2012 at 8:26 am

    It’s Jack Straw’s attitude that intrigues me. He spoke out about the problem but only after Condoleeza Rice got him sacked from the foreign office owing to the hateful welcome she got from his many moslem constituents in Blackburn (like, how can the US trust a guy who might suck up to this lot?). After the sacking I think he decided to cash in on white votes, possibly siphoning some support away from the BNP in the process.

  3. john in cheshire
    September 25, 2012 at 9:05 am

    I think it disingenuous that Mr McShane is only now speaking out on this subject because I suspect there have been members of his constituency who will have contacted him over the years, when there was no action from either the police of the social services. I’d be interested to know what he knew and when he knew it. The reason – he is a member of what was then the governing party of this country, which presided over the invasion of our country by millions of unwanted people, particulaly those who adhere to the religion that seems to be at the root of all the major problems we have, including this disgusting tendency to sexual perversions.

  4. September 25, 2012 at 9:42 am

    Absolutely right, QM.

  5. Single Acts of Tyranny
    September 25, 2012 at 11:29 am

    “No other religion allows its followers such a sense of superiority over non members either”

    Surely, that’s what they all do to some extent?

    • September 25, 2012 at 4:03 pm

      Most religions have a golden rule, more or less about treating others as you do yourself. Islam has no such rule it’s an absolute hierarchy…
      1) Muslim males.
      2) Muslim women.
      3)Christian/Jewish males.
      4) Christian/Jewish women.
      5) Anyone else with women always getting the shitty end of the stick.

      What it means in practice is Muslim males can do no wrong when carrying out the dictates of the quran with regard to women who are not Muslim, the term used is ‘fields to be ploughed’

  6. Greg Tingey
    September 25, 2012 at 12:44 pm

    Actually, all religions ARE the same, assuming they get total control of a state, any state.
    What’s different here, is that we have forgotten (or not read our histories) of how vile Calvin’s Geneva or 16/17thC Spain (etc ad nauseam) were in terms of terrorisation of the populations by the religious authorities.
    They were just as bad as the Saudi religious police of today, or even worse.
    What’s happened, of course is that the 622-year gap has been short-circuited, and KERBLAMMM!

    • September 25, 2012 at 4:04 pm

      What part of the here and now rather than the there and then are you struggling with?

      • Greg Tingey
        September 26, 2012 at 8:41 am


        Islam is 622 years behind christianity.
        How delightful xtianity was even 450 years ago is the point, when it was in charge of states & territories.
        The murder, the torture, the terrorisation of populations, the blackmail.
        We have, largely, got over that in the past 50-100 years.
        Islam hasn’t, for the reason given above.
        We now have a time-clash, if you will.
        However, xtianity is actually just as bad as islam – you have either forgotten that, or refuse to admit it.

        Reject ALL religious bullying, wherever it comes from, even if you are deluded enough to believe in a BSF …..

        • September 26, 2012 at 4:19 pm

          Islam is not 622 years behind Christianity, that is an utter fallacy expounded to make those who criticise Christianity look good whilst used by muslims to excuse and condone their excesses.
          You clearly do not understand Islam and the forces behind it which prevent reformation. What Christianity was then is not what Christianity is now. What Islam was then, Islam is now, it has not, can not and will not change. The Quran is not open to interpretation as the bible is.

  7. September 25, 2012 at 12:49 pm

    SAOT, All religions have ‘in’ and ‘out’ groups. The difference is how this in/out split is handled by the believer. Christianity used to have an intolerant attitude to other beliefs but has grown out of that way of thinking.

    Christians used to kill Jews for example but now (especially post Shoah) you will find Christians and Jews working closely together, even though to a religious Jew the idea of an intemediary between Man and the Eternal is wrong, both religions can now see each others righteousness.

    The sheer hatred felt by many followers of Islam for other beliefs marks Islam out to be much different in how the ‘in’ and ‘out’ is dealt within that path. Islam is so different from Judaism and Christianity that I find it hard to see it as one of the Abrahamic faiths.

    What I’m trying to say is that many Islamic morals are inversions of much of those found in both the Hebrew and the Christian scriptures.

    • Greg Tingey
      September 26, 2012 at 8:45 am

      That SHOULD read:
      “Christianity used to have an intolerant attitude to other beliefs but has been beaten and ignored (in that order) out of that way of thinking.”

      Many christians would LURVE to return to the “good old days” …
      they are called “Dominionists” in the USSA.
      Delightful people, like Hick Sanatorium, for instance, or even Mittens.

      “Islam is so different from Judaism and Christianity that I find it hard to see it as one of the Abrahamic faiths.”
      Try reading the “Recital” – it makes a kind of horrible sense if you imagine it being ranted by Ian Paisley at the height of his oratory.
      Deeply unpleasant, and VERY familiar.

  8. Furor Teutonicus
    September 26, 2012 at 1:38 pm

    Na. Q.M. whilst you are here, have you any idea why I can not “open” your blogg site?

    All I get is minutes long (I give up after five or six), of “attempting to contact…..”, or “Übertragung von Daten”, which means basically the same thing.

    Pitty. From the tiltles alone, many of them are WELL worth a read.

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