Here is more on this story. This makes it abundantly clear: not only were British authorities afraid of being called “racist” and “Islamophobic”; they also were told not to investigate Muslim rape gangs because they had an obligation to make Muslim communities look good.
To that agenda they sacrificed untold numbers of British girls.
The fact that this has not led the British people to turn all the people involved out of all positions of responsibility, and has not led to a massive change in Britain’s political culture, shows the deep, deep crisis in which Britain finds itself.
Will it recover, and survive?
The odds are steeply against it, as the “Islamophobia” propagandists still wield immense influence in British society.
“Asian grooming gang free to roam streets because officers were told to ‘find other ethnicities’ to investigate, detective claims,” by Gabriella Swerling, Telegraph, January 14, 2020:
An Asian grooming gang was free to roam the streets and abuse young girls because police officers were told to “find other ethnicities” to investigate, a detective has claimed.
At least 57 young girls are thought to have been exploited by a paedophile network of around 100 suspected perpetrators based in south Manchester in the 2000s. The gang, mainly comprised of Asian men, hooked their victims on drugs, groomed, and sexually abused them. One girl, aged 15, died after being injected with heroin by a 50-year-old man.
Following a two-year inquiry, commissioned by Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham, into the historic failings of police and social workers, a report was published today which concluded that vulnerable girls in care were groomed and abused in “plain sight”.
The report found multiple failings at the hands of GMP, including how fears over race relations appear to have played a part in senior police thinking when tackling grooming gangs comprised of predominantly Asian men.
It added that officers were aware of “many sensitive community issues” around policing in south Manchester in 2002 and 2003.
Giving evidence to the report panel, a Detective Superintendent was emphatic that any concerns about creating further community tensions did not influence any of his investigative decisions, but the impact “clearly had to be considered” by senior officers in the gold command group.
However the report also quotes an unnamed GMP detective constable, involved in the arrest and jailing of one child sex offender, who was not of Asian heritage.
It quotes him as saying: “What had a massive input was the offending target group were predominantly Asian males and we were told to try and get other ethnicities.”…
Article posted with permission from Robert Spencer
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