Days When You Wish You Were Reading ‘The Onion’…

A child molester from West Yorkshire who abused two Asian girls was rightly given a longer sentence than had his victims been white – because Asian sex-crime victims suffer more, a top judge has ruled.


The judge who jailed him, Sally Cahill QC, specifically said that the fact the victims were Asian had been factored in as an “aggravating feature” when passing sentence.

She stated that the victims and their families had suffered particular “shame” in their communities because of what had happened to them.

Additionally there were cultural concerns that the girls’ future prospects of being regarded as a good catch for arranged marriages might be damaged.

That a British judge should take into account the consequences of a ‘community’ retaining the misogynistic culture of their homelands when calculating a sentence is so unspeakably vile I cannot bring myself to condemn it using the usual language of this blog…

And will we see the enraged femiloons demand the heads of these judges on a plate for reducing women’s values to those of mere chattels? Will we ‘eck as like!

H/T: @OffencePolice via Twitter

11 comments for “Days When You Wish You Were Reading ‘The Onion’…

  1. ivan
    September 19, 2015 at 10:28 am

    Maybe it is time that we sacked all the judges and started out with a fresh lot!

    This pandering to the PC milti-culti stupidity has to stop.

  2. Radical Rodent
    September 19, 2015 at 11:11 am

    It puts a new twist to the term “institutional racism”. Would that it were possible to take this stupid judge to court – oh, the irony!

  3. Radical Rodent
    September 19, 2015 at 11:14 am

    Another interesting conundrum: on the BBC’s Breakfast yesterday morning, was an article about robotics; one of the three interviewees was female, who explained the lack of females in robotics by saying (paraphrased): “The fact that robotics is such a male-dominated field puts many girls off taking part.”

    Now, is this a statement of sexism in robotics, and, if so, which is the party that is guilty of sexism?

    • Errol
      September 19, 2015 at 10:18 pm

      Robotics is male dominated because it suits the male mind. Amongst engineers, no one cares what sex you are. All that matters is what you can do.

      That we get about 50 male applicants to every one female one means the woman is already facing opposition from the other candidates. Her sex is irrelevant. But feminists don’t like to hear that.

      • Radical Rodent
        September 20, 2015 at 5:28 pm

        Errol, you may be right, but it does avoid my question: does the prevalence of males in the industry put women off joining, and, if so, is this “sexism”? If it is “sexism”, who is the guilty party?

        It is a rhetorical question, really, as it is obviously the men within the industry who are sexist – women, almost by definition, cannot be sexist, therefore, their reluctance to join is because of the sexism inherent within the industry. As usual, it is the fault of the men. Simples.

  4. Johnnydub
    September 19, 2015 at 1:30 pm

    “It puts a new twist to the term “institutional racism””

    Well exactly. Consider the mirror point – “I’ll give the Rotherham racists light sentences as the victims were just chav slags in council care and no one gives a fuck about them….”

    More proof that the establishments journey to being openly hostile to the white natives is well underway.

  5. Voice of Reason
    September 19, 2015 at 4:50 pm

    James – Do you recall the case from the 1970’s of a Guards officer, whose rape case was thrown out by a judge, on the grounds that it could ‘ruin his career’?

  6. Radical Rodent
    September 19, 2015 at 5:33 pm

    Voice of reason – if true, does that make this case valid? Do two wrongs really make a right?

  7. Mudplugger
    September 19, 2015 at 8:33 pm

    The same people would campaign to return the death penalty for killing police officers, thus valuing the life of one type of person above others.
    Abusing a child (or an adult) should not attract a different sentence based on the type of the victim: the crime was the same, so the sentence scale should be too.

  8. September 20, 2015 at 5:36 am

    Sally Cahill

    Let’s note that name and research her antecedents, how she got into that job and what her politics are. This is her:

  9. wiggia
    September 20, 2015 at 8:35 am

    The case judge was not alone in her belief of the diferential, the case went to appeal and the senior judge threw it out siding with the originall judgement……………..

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