The neo-liberal calculus of Great Britain: Jimmy Saville and Gary Glitter > Thousands of Muslim, predominantly Pakistani men committing large-scale, systemic grooming, sexual abuse, and rape of up to one million under-age native British girls. Now of course if you ask Lily Allen, not only does the UK’s “attitude toward women…attract men of a predatory nature to want to settle [t]here,” the girls victimized by the Rochdale grooming gang, “Would have been raped or abused by somebody else at some point. That’s kind of the issue.” Lily Allen’s class consciousness is showing, where she clearly considers these working-class girls to be little more than trash, utterly disposable in the service of DIVERSITY, but she is actually right about one thing, and that is the way Western culture degrades and hyper-sexualizes its young women.
As Barbara Ellen wrote for The Guardian:
“What no one is saying is that if Asian boys view white girls as drunken, worthless, sub-human trash, then, frankly, so does much of non-Asian Britain. In recent years, haven’t we all become rather too comfortable with seeing girls portrayed like this?”
I’m inclined to agree, and though the Muslim grooming gangs subscribe to an ideology that literally spells out that kafirs are on par with excrement, our culture does nothing to dispel this notion, with positive female role models (or genuine role models for either sex for that matter) non-existent in the mainstream. The options for young girls are either titillating, gyrating Katy Perry or twelve-year-old boy, social justice Katy Perry. That’s pretty grim. For all the hate the ladies of the Right receive, to a woman they are well-spoken, bright, and have a firm grasp of who they are and what they represent as European Women. These are truly positive role models, but they are absolutely pilloried by a mainstream media that is all too eager to denigrate and degrade.
The mainstream media and entertainment industries push intellectual torpor and moral dry-rot while they themselves are shielded from all consequences. Advertisers masquerade behind activist masks, nearly ubiquitous with messages to change the world from your knees in a drunken stupor! Buy this, and 5% of proceeds go to charity! Drink, f*ck, consume, but save time for the Refugees Welcome rally this Saturday! In a materialistic society, it’s little surprise the first thing that usually attracts these young girls to the men in grooming gangs is their possessions—a nice car, nice clothes, the ability to give them gifts or supply them with the drugs and alcohol so vaunted on television and in popular music. Grooming is a process, and the men in question target girls specifically for their vulnerability. The girls frequently come from broken homes or foster care, the result of the decades-long campaign to atomize the nuclear family. With absentee fathers and over-burdened or neglectful mothers, of course these fragile tween and teen psyches are craving positive attention. And when, as Jayne Senior wrote in Broken and Betrayed, most social services and certainly the authorities are unwilling to step in on the girls’ behalf, leaving them to fend for themselves, where else can they go? Who else can they turn to to protect them from the predations of well-connected and clearly sadistic men who are effectively operating with impunity?
An inquest into the Newcastle grooming gang scandal found that the perpetrators acted with “arrogant persistence” as many of their seven hundred victims, not the perpetrators, were punished by the police as, to quote the report, the authorities used, “deterrent punishments of victims for being drunk and disorderly or for making false allegations when accounts were changed. This sent an unhelpful message to perpetrators—they were unlikely to be prosecuted or prevented from continuing to abuse.” One member of the Newcastle gang, Badrul Hussain, once told a white female ticket inspector: “All white women are only good for one thing—for men like me to fuck and use like trash. That’s all women like you are worth.” Undeterred by authorities, attitudes like Hussain’s were allowed to flourish under tacit protection from and by the law.
Maybe the boogeyman of “racism” really is that potent. The Newcastle perpetrators (with one exception), just like Rochdale, Rotherham, Oxford, Derby, Telford, et cetera, “all appear to come from a non-white, predominantly Asian/British minority ethnic culture or background.” Around one week ago seven individuals only described by the BBC as “Oxford men” were (shockingly actually) convicted for “predatory… sexual exploitation on a massive scale.” The “Oxford men” are named: Assad Hussain; Moinul Islam; Raheem Ahmed; Kamran Khan; Kameer Iqbal; Alladitta Yousaf; and Khalid Hussain. Not a Smith or Jones among them. Curious. In one positive sign of diversity that Labour MP Naz Shah is sure to love (remember her grooming gang victims need to “shut their mouths for the good of diversity” re-tweet?), the Bristol grooming gang wasn’t “Asian”—they were Somali!
Nonetheless, it remains of paramount importance for the so-called “elites” to keep a lid on these scandals as much as possible. As just one example, not only was the Telford grooming gang scandal not covered by the national news, it wasn’t even covered on the BBC’s Shropshire news page! BBC News Editor James Stephenson defended the BBC’s decision not to cover the event because, “The initial suggestion was…possibly 1,000 victims, and that was based not on hard information, but on an extrapolation based on work with an academic.”
Sure, there might be some convictions, but these will be in response to whatever scandals happen to make it public, and to sate the inevitable outcry. Only a small number of the offenders will be imprisoned as sacrificial lambs, and the whole thing can continue on. One thing that stood out to me as I was reading through some of the inquests into the various grooming gangs, beyond the utter failure of government and social services at all levels, was that the authors of the reports almost universally concluded that grooming was still going on, but the impression that’s created is that the grooming gang was “busted” in Oxford or Telford or Newcastle, when in reality it was only a fraction of the perpetrators. And we haven’t heard a word about the sex traffickers or the individuals doing horrific things to the Muslim women and girls in their own communities. The depths of depravity would shock the public to its very core, but would even that be enough to stop the deluge? Never forget, the Prophet of these grooming gang members was a pedophile, and they do what they do under what they believe to be divine sanction:
Narrated Aisha: “The Prophet engaged me when I was a girl of six (years). We went to Medina and stayed at the home of Bani-al-Harith bin Khazraj. Then I got ill and my hair fell down. Later on my hair grew (again) and my mother, Um Ruman, came to me while I was playing in a swing with some of my girl friends. She called me, and I went to her, not knowing what she wanted to do to me. She caught me by the hand and made me stand at the door of the house. I was breathless then, and when my breathing became Allright, she took some water and rubbed my face and head with it. Then she took me into the house. There in the house I saw some Ansari women who said, “Best wishes and Allah’s Blessing and a good luck.” Then she entrusted me to them and they prepared me (for the marriage). Unexpectedly Allah’s Apostle came to me in the forenoon and my mother handed me over to him, and at that time I was a girl of nine years of age.”- Volume 5, Book 58, Number 234 of the Sunnah
Better they never came to Britain in the first place, but since they’re here, is there a modern Charles James Napier with the spine to enforce British law on alien custom, this time not in some distant land but at home? If not, home shall become that distant land, utterly unrecognizable.