Muslim Gang Rape Whitewashed in Britain
Gates of Vienna 22 November 2012
By Paul Weston
New reports about "Asian” rape gangs appear almost every day in the British press, yet almost all media outlets and politicians are strangely reluctant to discuss the fact that most of these vile crimes are committed by Muslim immigrants and their descendants.
Paul Weston’s latest essay reviews the latest news about the rape epidemic and its enablers and apologists among Britain’s ruling elites.
Muslim Gang Rape Whitewashed in Britain
by Paul Weston
Paul WestonWherever in the Western world you find large groups of Muslims, you also find a correspondingly large amount of gang rape with Muslims the perpetrators and native white girls the victims. I’m not sure what the rape statistics in Muslim-ruled countries are like, but one assumes they are lower than in the West simply because infidel girls are seen as permissible targets in the Dar al-Harb (the House of War).
Western women and girls do not yet seem aware of the Islamic requirement to swathe themselves in layers of black clothing in order to counter the sexual urges of predatory Muslim males. After the reporting of the Muslim gang rape epidemic in Australia, it fell to Sydney-based Sheik Taj Din al-Hilali, Australia’s senior Muslim cleric, to state what has since become painfully obvious to those who truly understand the sheer horror of Muslim attitudes toward non-Muslim women:
"If you take out uncovered meat and place it outside on the street, or in the garden or in the park, or in the backyard without a cover, and the cats come and eat it … whose fault is it, the cats or the uncovered meat? The uncovered meat is the problem….if she was in her room, in her home, in her hijab, no problem would have occurred.”
High Wycombe, an area not perhaps associated with a high Muslim presence, is the latest part of Great Britain to discover such wonders of multicultural enrichment, where eight Muslim men were arrested on the 19th of November over grooming and rape allegations. And there was I, thinking High Wycombe was still part of what was once a rather pleasant country called England.
But High Wycombe is just another previously cohesive area swamped by the inevitable results of mass Third World immigration and high Muslim birth rates, which allow the Muslim population in Britain to expand nine-times faster than any other demographic. And, of course, with a resurgence of Islam comes the resurgence of rape we are now witnessing.
Our ruling elites within the MSM and Whitehall are doing their best to deflect attention away from the Islamic issue, however. Presumably they think Community Cohesion will fare better if they tell us to ignore the facts we can see with our very own eyes. How else to explain the disgraceful report into gangs and sexual abuse recently compiled by deputy children’s commissioner Sue Berelowitz? She tells us that the issue "of Asian men targeting white girls was just one of ‘a number of models… perpetrators come from all ethnic groups, and so do their victims — contrary to what some may wish to believe.”
I am not going to argue that grooming and gang rape are perpetrated only by Muslims in Britain, but if there is to be an official report into it then surely the over-representation of Muslim rapists should be the most significant point? It really is a bit much when The Guardian makes a better fist of confronting Islamic reality than the woman who purportedly acts in the best interests of our children. The Guardian states the following:
"We believe that there are two main profiles of the on-street groomer. First, we have the white offenders, who typically offend alone. So far, nothing new: the lone white male is the norm for UK child sex offences. Second, however, there are Asian offenders, many of whom are of Pakistani origin. They seem much more likely to offend in groups, lending their abuse a curiously social dimension. In our research, which focuses on large offending groups, we analysed police data from five major on-street grooming investigations. Of the 52 suspects charged, 83% were Asian Pakistani, 11% Asian other and 6% white British. These are shocking statistics and the over-representation of Asian offenders within this dataset certainly merits attention.”
Indeed it does, but you won’t find much attention directed toward this issue from those whose job it is to do so. Something else we should bear in mind is that 94% of gang-rapists come from only 7% of the population demographic. This is more than shocking, it is a national disgrace, and the disgrace is compounded further by the wilful refusal of our government, the social services and the police to recognise it and act upon it.
Sue Berelowitz says there were 2,409 victims in the 14 months to October 2011, although the true number is likely to be far higher with an estimated 16,500 at a high risk of sexual exploitation. In 6 out of 10 cases ethnicity was not mentioned, and I’m sure I’m not alone in thinking this apparent lack of detail was omitted in order to deflect attention away from the Muslim angle.
The strongest condemnation from the MSM has come from a Muslim, Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, who although denying the Muslim/rape link a few years ago, now seems to be fully aware of her co-religionists’ attitude toward infidel women. She says:
A 2010 police intelligence report stated there was a significant problem with gangs of Asian males, most of them Muslim, exploiting young white females. The children are neglected and hungry for love. The men offer treats, car rides and kebabs, then drugs and alcohol; and then they corrupt them. Even more tragically, when teachers and doctors express concern, too many in social services and the police dismiss the girls as ‘promiscuous’, ‘available’ and not worth their attention and care.
As an Asian woman, feminist, mother, Muslim and lifelong anti-racist, I cannot meekly accept Ms Berelowitz’s directive. We need clear and honest figures to show how race and ethnicity are linked to these unspeakable crimes. After all, we have ethnic details for burglaries, stop-and-search, conviction rates and prison sentencing. Anti-racists base their campaigns on such information.
So why the squeamishness about gang sex exploitation? I think it is because — like a number of police officers and social workers who have been presented with such evidence in the past — the committee in charge of the report are nervous of causing offence to community leaders, of being thought racists.
This is where it gets tricky. It is easy to loathe the abusers, but much harder to ask what it is about some Asian cultural assumptions that make the paedophiles feel no guilt or shame about what they do. Mohammed Shafiq, chief executive of the Ramadhan Foundation, a brave and principled man, is one of the few to examine and question these underlying attitudes.
He acknowledges that to some Muslim men, white females are thought easy game, ‘asking for it’, while those men’s wives or girlfriends are hyper-protected. Many abusers are sexually frustrated and cannot relate to women except as objects of one kind or another. For this new report to shy away from this vital dimension is cowardly — and, in its way, another betrayal of the victims.
Betrayal is the correct word, Ms Alibhai-Brown. Betrayal not just of our children but of our country, our culture and our decency. Betrayal first by three terms of a Labour government who admitted they wanted to rub the noses of the right in diversity (along with the rape and crime that comes with it) and the continued betrayal by the soft-handed David Cameron, who is noticeable for his total lack of comment on anything to do with Islam.
And the betrayal continues precisely because our cowardly and treacherous elites refuse to confront Islamic reality. The BBC tells us that child abuse is still going on in Rochdale, the self-same area which was loath to take action in the past for "cultural reasons” and is now allowing the rape and grooming to continue. Unless this continuing obscenity is tackled head-on then multicultural Britain is heading toward multicultural civil war in the very near future.
Is this not obvious to Cameron and his co-political ilk? (continue reading...)