Let’s Stop Using This Term, Shall We…?

Judge Marson told Leeds Crown Court that Operation Tendersea involved ‘a large number of men, principally Asian men‘, who have been charged in relation to ‘the grooming and sexual abuse of a large number of children’.

They were pretty persistent about it. Almost as if they believed themselves untouchable.

Judge Marson described how one terrified 12-year-old was targeted by the men who used her phone to locate her despite attempts to move her.

He said: ‘One night the house phone rang and a man asked for the girl and said “tell her I want to f*** her”.

‘After three days the girl was moved to another foster carer in another city and again she was quickly located.

‘There were repeated calls from Asian men saying “can you tell her we want to f*** her”.

‘The girl was absolutely terrified and said that if the carer gave the sim card to the police “they will find me and kill me”.’

So are we looking at Vietnamese? Thai? Japanese? They are, after all, all ‘Asian’.

…the court heard that Zaman, who was convicted of two counts of rape, will not be beginning his sentence after he absconded and is believed to be in Pakistan.

Wow. What a shocker.

10 comments for “Let’s Stop Using This Term, Shall We…?

  1. Mark
    November 4, 2019 at 3:54 pm

    Everybody knows EXACTLY what “Asian” means here. Let them carry on broadcasting from the rooftops who these disgusting, filthy animals are.

  2. Voice of Reason
    November 4, 2019 at 5:12 pm

    Give that something like 60% of the World population lives in Asia, they might as well say ‘human’.

    • November 7, 2019 at 2:11 am

      I despise the use of the word ‘Asian’ to describe what are in reality, Muslims. It is a wicked slur on the many Hindus, Sikhs, Christians, Buddhists and Jains who are of a similar ethnic group to the Pakistani heritage Muslims, to lump these decent British Asians with the members of the many Islamic Rape Gangs that this country is afflicted with.

      If I was, for example, a Cochin Jew from India I’d be pretty pissed off with being equated with the sort of Muslims who carry out these offences. These are, as much as some may wish to deny it, specifically Islamic crimes and have their roots in Islamic theology and culture. It is is this backing to the offences in culture and religion why it is Muslims who carry these crimes out in such a disproportionate number when compared to their numbers as part of the general population.

      • November 10, 2019 at 8:26 am

        Yes, indeed. If I were of Japanese or Thai heritage, I’d be appalled to be lumped in as ‘Asian’.

  3. James Strong
    November 5, 2019 at 6:54 am

    Yes, but. It’s less because they are ‘of Pakistani origin’; it’s more because they follow the teachings of a violent murderer who had sex with a 9 year old and approved of using the women of defeated enemies as sex oblects.

  4. November 5, 2019 at 9:47 am

    The question is why would they conceal the ethnicity of the convicted child rapists?

    It’s not “just” their ethnicity: it’s also about the numbers. So the ethnicity reveals a large number of men of a certain ethnic or religious group raping a large number of children.

    The ethnicity and the numbers then leads on to the question of why wasn’t it detected? If it WAS detected, why wasn’t it stopped?

    The Left are all over safe spaces for certain minorities, but why weren’t the homes that these children in safe spaces for them? How was it that the guardians of these children couldn’t protect them?

    Why couldn’t those guardians rely on the Police? Why couldn’t the Police Force in the UK protect a vulnerable child? From rape of the most gruesome kind?

    Especially as this was common knowledge in the local area at the time.

    And if it was common knowledge, why wasn’t it picked up by journalists? If it WAS picked up by journalists, why wasn’t it published?

    Circuitously, now that the veil has been lifted and journalists feel able to report on such matters, why do the courts put banning orders on reporting the cases until the cases are completed?

    On and on the questions go….. That’s why the information on these cases is being suppressed: too many further questions would be raised.

    But who has the power to influence all of these disparate organisations and more?

    Who has influence in the Police, judiciary, local government and media?

    Which organisation deliberately targets “leaders” in all of those organisations and more, including the NHS, Fire Service, military and national government and offers them “training” in “leading beyond authority”?

    Does this organisation provide more than just training for it’s graduates? Does it provide unofficial conduits for information, policy provision and the suppression of information to external agencies? And who ultimately controls that information flow and policy? Are they accountable for their actions? If not, why not, given that they are working with governmental organisations?

    That last one is a question I would very much like an answer to, because when all the leaders in all those various organisations all begin to act the same and sound the same, you know there is something more at work here, most likely an external influence. Especially when there is no good reason other than a single organisation linking them all.

  5. Penseivat
    November 5, 2019 at 2:39 pm

    To add to all the other “why”, why is it apparently OK to name Sir Cliff Richard, Harvey Proctor, Leon Brittan, and others in (unfounded) alleged sex offences, yet not OK to name the, predominantly, Pakistanis who were arrested and charged with similar sex offences?
    UK Justice is supposed to be blind to sex, race, or creed, and the Police make an oath to follow the “wiithout fear or favour” Peelian principle, yet time and time again, allowances are made for Asians from the Indian sub continent who insist on continuing their 3rd century, mysoginistic, tribal traditions.

    • November 7, 2019 at 2:06 pm

      Penseivat: The double standards involved in both is staggering.

      Pakistani males get prosecuted on a grand scale and the trials are given blanket reporting restrictions to avoid everyone thinking that all Pakistani men are guilty of child sex offences.

      A few celebrities get done for rape and then the whole media world thinks that any male celebrity from the 70s and 80s is guilty by association.

      So to be fair, the courts sort of have a point.

      But then surely the answer is court-enforced anonymity for all defendants in sexual assault cases? If the judiciary is to be seen as fair and unbiased. Rather than the current state of affairs where the judiciary get to pick and chose which cases get publicity.

  6. john in cheshire
    November 6, 2019 at 8:14 am

    I see judge Marson was presiding. Tommy Robinson’s nemesis.
    So it seems Mr Marson hasn’t been punished for his vindictive behaviour.

    • November 10, 2019 at 8:25 am

      Of course he hasn’t! More likely to be rewarded…

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