UK government rejects petition demanding release of report on “ethnic background” of Muslim rape gangs

UK government rejects petition demanding release of report on ...

The rejection of this petition represents a turning point. Many have been hoping that Johnson’s government would be more sensitive to the victims of Muslim rape gangs, not bowing to political correctness at the expense of the victims, justice, and rule of law. But it has faced the usual pressures: recently, Metro UK, Britain’s highest-circulation newspaper, ran an article complaining that “bleating about ‘Muslim grooming gangs’ is being used to shut down important discussions about Islamophobia.” And now the decision to reject the petition enables more of the sexual abuse.
In July 2018, then-Home Secretary Sajid Javid “ordered research into the ethnicity of grooming gangs and is working to improve the ‘targeting’ of child sex abuse networks and ‘prevention activity.’” Javid stated: “We are looking at what this data set can tell us about the characteristics of offenders, victims and the wider context of abuse; all of which have critical bearing on the effective targeting of prevention activity.” Important words. These Muslim rape gangs are clearly unassimilated, and this fact poses a heightened risk to British citizens. But now the UK’s open-door immigration policy may well remain unchallenged, since the grim facts about the risk of bringing in large immigrant communities without assimilation, particularly those with values radically different from those of British society, remains intentionally hidden from the public eye.
It was, however, publicized that Muslim rape gangs have been abusing mostly“white girls,” and often refer to their victims as “white trash.” This prompted the former Director of Public Prosecutions, Lord Macdonald, to refer to the treatment of the girls by the Muslim rape gangs as “profoundly racist.” Yet in one case, the Muslim rapists were handed lower sentences because their victims “were white.”
Also, gangs of “predominantly Pakistani men” have been raping infidel “Sikh girls for decades, according to claims in a bombshell report” discussed in the Daily Mail. “The study alleges that young Sikh women have been ‘targeted’ by Muslim men who subjected them to sexual abuse.”
“Asian grooming gangs” has been the preferred reference to perpetrators, a locution that smears “Asians” to protect Pakistani men.
The Spectator noted the coverup:
Even now, discussion about Muslim grooming gangs is shushed. Anyone who raises it will be branded an Islamophobe, a racist and maybe even a fascist. Look what happened to the Labour MP for Rotherham, Sarah Champion, when she wrote about the problem of largely Pakistani gangs abusing white girls. She was demonised by Corbynistas. She was forced out of Jeremy Corbyn’s shadow cabinet. The message was clear: talk about this issue and you will be punished. This is such a censorious and dim-witted approach to a very serious problem. First, it neglects the girls who suffered, turning them essentially into second-class victims whose abuse is an embarrassment, something best forgotten.
Meanwhile, Labour MP Naz Shah couldn’t have been more revealing about the state of the UK when she retweeted that the victims of Muslim rape gangs should “shut up for the good of diversity.” Instead of being held accountable for this, she has been rewarded with promotions.
Now the UK government has perpetuated the massive coverup and protection of Muslim rape gangs, in essence encouraging the victimization of British girls. The government’s position is now: “Child sexual abusers come from many different age groups, communities, ethnicities and faiths.” As Robert Spencer wrote right before the Boris Johnson government rejected the petition:
It’s easy to see why the government doesn’t want to release the report: it will show that the rape gangs are overwhelmingly Muslim, and often explicitly motivated by Islamic theology regarding the permissibility of making sex slaves of Infidel women. So in response to the petition, the government doesn’t even mention the report, much less explain why it isn’t releasing it.
The Government is refusing to release official research on the characteristics of grooming gangs, claiming it is not in the “public interest”.
We, the British public, demand the release of the official research on grooming gangs undertaken by the Government in full.It has been revealed earlier this year that an almost 19,000 suspected child sexual exploitation victims were identified by local authorities in just one year.
Sajid Javid promised the review as Home Secretary in July 2018, pledging that there would be “no no-go areas of inquiry”.
“I will not let cultural or political sensitivities get in the way of understanding the problem and doing something about it,” he said at the time. 
“Boris Gov Rejects Petition Demanding Release of Grooming Gangs Report,” by Jack Montgomery, Breitbart, April 27, 2020:
Boris Johnson’s government has rejected a petition signed by more than 120,000 people demanding the release of a report on the ethnic background of grooming rape gangs.
The no-stone-unturned investigation was announced by Home Secretary Priti Patel’s predecessor, Sajid Javid, in 2018, with a promise that he would “not let cultural or political sensitivities get in the way of understanding the problem and doing something about it”.
So-called grooming gangs had been found to be comprised overwhelmingly of Muslim men, usually although not always of Pakistani heritage, who preyed overwhelmingly on non-Muslim girls and young women, usually although not always working-class white girls.
The gangs abused girls on an “industrial” scale for decades, with probes finding that police, social workers, and other authority figures had turned a blind eye to it — and sometimes persecuted the victims or their families when they tried to get involved — for fear that doing something about the crimes would “inflame” the Muslim community or result in officials being accused of “racism”.
The Home Office inquiry was supposed to finally lift the lid on the ethnic dimensions of the crime — judges and law enforcement are to this day resisting treating them as racially-aggravated — at the highest level of government. Yet despite the initial fanfare, members of the public who wondered why they were receiving no word on the progress of the investigation were informed that it would remain “internal”….



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