So What Makes A Leftie Abandon Labour And Support The Conservatives?

When asked why her had turned his back on the Labour Party, psychologist James Francis, wrote this reply:

Member of Parliament (MP) for Bradford West, Naseem Shah (aka Naz Shah)

Here’s the context

Predominantly Pakistani Muslim men were grooming and gang raping young, white British girls on an industrial scale across Britain in (generally) low income towns and cities for decades.

I personally know someone who — fortunately — wasn’t a victim of this abomination, but witnessed the Pakistani Muslim organiser of his local chess club in Oxford sexually assaulting a number of the male and female attendees. He was 11 years old at the time. Years later, he is still bewildered and confused by what he saw, he struggles to come to terms with it till this day.

It really upsets me that such an atrocity was allowed to continue for so long unchecked, but this is a different issue entirely. You asked ‘What was your final straw?’ My final straw was a tweet which was reshared by the MP Naz Shah, which I’ve copied below.

Essentially, the Labour MP Naz Shah reshared a tweet advising girls who’ve been gang raped, some as young as 12, some who’ve endured abuse for years, to “shut their mouths for the good of diversity”.

Let that sink in for a minute.

Just to clarify, this goes beyond the disgusting opinions of one despicable Labour MP, whom happens to also be a Pakistani Muslim whose been caught trying to silence victims of Pakistani Muslim abusers in the public domain.

I am sick of the identity politics.

I am sick of their cultural Marxism.

I am sick of their blind defense of ‘cultural enrichment’.

I am sick to death of their defense of morons like Naz Shah and Diane Abbott.

Well that says it all really. My own rejection of Labour (I never supported them but did not always think they were working class dupes too lacking in education to understand where their interests lay and thus willing to accept a bunch of  elitist intellectual snobs actually represented them in the ‘class war.’ There was no single incident but a gradual realisation that Labour’s leaders were only interested in buying the loyalty of working class voters in order to keep the working classes ignorant and servile while advancing a globalist, authoritarian agenda.

 

Bradford Abuser Gang Victim Claims Bradford, Rotherham, Rochdale Gangs ‘Linked’

One of the victims of a Bradford grooming gang has told the media that most of the girls at the children’s home where she was placed by local authority social workers were being sexually exploited by gangs of immigrant males. She called for a nationwide inquiry, alleging that numerous grooming and abuse gangs across the country — including the most notorious cases in Rochdale and Rotherham — are linked.

Fiona Goddard, 25, told BBC Look North regional news magazine, “I lived in a care home and I know that most of the girls, barring about three, were all getting sexually exploited as well.

“I also met numerous girls while we were out with other guys that maybe didn’t come from care homes, but came from broken backgrounds and they were all getting exploited.”

On the extent and organisation of the systematic abuse of vulnerable girls from borken homes, she said, “When I was at that house [where she was raped], people came from Birmingham, Rochdale, Rotherham, Blackburn, Glasgow, Oxford.

“It is widespread and they are all linked.”

“There definitely needs to be a public inquiry; it needs to be an independent one,” she added.

Bradford Council’s interim child services chief Gladys Rhodes White said of Ms Goddard’s call for an iquiry, “I’m not seeing evidence that there is a wide-scale, large issue specific to Bradford.

“I think if it did come to light that there were lots of victims that had been missed,” she added, it would be something the Safeguarding Board would want to “look at”. This is typical of the authorities complacent attitude when dealing with sex crimes committed by immigrants.

Ms Goddard came forward with her complaint in 2014, after seeing a report on the abuse of more than 1,500 girls in Rotherham, and warned that while some rape survivors had gone to the police, “there are girls that either lack the understanding or aren’t in the situation where they can [come forward].”

She gave evidence in a trial at Bradford Crown Court last month that resulted in the convictions of Parvaze Ahmed, 36, Naveed Akhtar, 43, Saeed Akhtar, 55, Zeeshan Ali, 32, Keiran Harris, 28, Izar Hussain, 32, Fahim Iqbal, 28, Basharat Khaliq, 38, and Mohammed Usman, 31.

The child rapists were found guilty of 22 offences including inciting child prostitution and rape, in abuse that began in 2008 when she and another unnamed victim were 14 years old; all nine were given terms of between 18 and 20 years — but will likely be released from prison much earlier.

The young woman waived her lifelong right to anonymity to discuss her case and reach out to other potential victims of grooming gangs.

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55 Men Arrested over Alleged Child Sex Abuse in Bradford Area, England

 

West Yorkshire Police have arrested 55 men in connection with alleged historic child sexual abuse. Detectives investigating allegations grooming and sexual abuse of under age girls and vulnerable young women in the Kirklees region of Yourkshire have arrested 55 men as part of an ongoing investigation.

Arrests in the case began back in November 2018, according to a report in the Yorkshire Evening Post but details have only just ben released for reasons not disclosed. The individuals were arrested from addresses in Dewsbury, Batley and Bradford, West Yorkshire Police revealed today.

All 55 men arested so far have been interviewed and released under investigation as detectives continue to make inquiries.

The arrests began in November 2018, with the suspects identified as hailing from Dewsbury, Batley, and Bradford by a BBC report. The alleged abuse involves seven women said to have been targeted as children in the Kirklees area between 2002 and 2009.

“This investigation demonstrates the force’s ongoing commitment to the investigation of both current and non-recent sexual offences against children,” Detective Inspector Ian Thornes said.

“Child sexual abuse and exploitation is an abhorrent and heinous crime and one which affects some of the most vulnerable people in our society.”

The Detective Inspector issued a broad appeal for other victims to come forward, whether their abuse was historical or more recent, giving possible victims this assurance: “Please be assured that you will be listened to, taken seriously, and supported by professionals with experience of dealing with these kind of offences.”

The investigation centres on allegations made by seven women of sexual abuse committed against them as children predominantly in the Dewsbury and Batley area between 2002 and 2009.

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Oxford: Rape Gang Found Guilty of Sexually Abusing Oxford School Girl

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Latest Oxford grooming gang to face justice, (Picture: Oxford Mail )

Following on from a previous report on this page, about an Oxford grooming gang that lured young girls to their “shag wagon”, three men have been now been found guilty of historic sexual offences against an Oxford school girl who was groomed and raped from the age of 14.

Anjum Dogar, 36, and brothers Mohammed Karrar, 44, and Bassam Karrar, 39, were all found guilty in a unanimous verdict by jury at Oxford Crown Court on Tuesday. on ten charges including indecent assault, conspiracy to rape, and rape, reports the Oxford Mail.

All three men were already serving prison senyences after being convicted in 2013 of similar crimes — being described as part of a “violent” sex grooming gang by the BBC — having abused six vulnerable Oxford girls over an eight-year period.

The victim of these crimes, now in her thirties, told jurors she was taken to different locations around the famous university city to be plied with drugs and alcohol, raped, and forced to perform sex acts on groups of men at parties.

While public opinion has been outraged by reports of similar crimes in industrial communities like Rotherham and Rochdale, cases in Oxford have an additional element as the city’s public image is of a genteel, academic community. In fact, in the 1950s government housing schemes built vast tracts of public housing around the outer suburbs to rehouse people displaced from larger cities in slum clearance schemes and these have become some of the most socially deprived areas in Britain.

The problems in Oxford are huge but as usual lettle is being done to address them due to the presence of immigrant communities and fears among local officials of being branded racist.

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Grooming Gangs: Police Ignored Mother’s Pleas to Find Charlene Because She Was Working Class

The mother of Charlene Downes, a 14-year-old Blackpool girl who police suspect was groomed for sex and it was allegedly ground up for kebab meat by her killers, believes her original pleas to find her daughter were ignored because she was working class.

“The police came but they just dismissed Charlene as a runaway. They wouldn’t put her picture in the paper or on TV. It was six weeks later that her disappearance was made public,” <a href=”https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-6328531/Charlene-Downes-Blackpool-mother-claims-investigation-sidelined-working-class.html”>Karen Downes told the Daily Mail</a> in the run-up to the fifteenth anniversary of her daughter’s disappearance.

“When Madeleine McCann went missing it made headlines round the world overnight. Of course I feel dreadfully sorry for her parents. But was my daughter not worth the same? I can’t help feeling we were sidelined because we are uneducated and working class.” (The parents of Madeline McCann are both doctors.)

Similar complaints have been made survivors and families of young women and girls abused by Muslim grooming gangs in <a href=”http://www.greenteethmm.com/child-abuse-rotherham.shtml”>Rotherham</a&gt;, <a href=”a href=”http://www.greenteethmm.com/child-abuse-rochdale.shtml”>Rochdale</a&gt; and <a href=”http://www.greenteethmm.com/child-abuse-birmingham.shtml”>across the country</a>, who said that police dismissed their complaints because the young girls were seen as trouble-makers, runaways, and sometimes even child prostitutes <a href=”https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2018/03/16/police-memo-telford-girls-consented-sex-abuse-groomers/”>complicit in their own abuse</a>.

Charlene Downes, from the seaside resort, Blackpool, in north-west England, was 14 years old when she went missing. She was last seen on November 1st, 2003. Police oficers involved with the case have said investigators were certain Charlene was groomed by a gang of Muslim men for sexual exploitation and may have been raped by up to 100 men before she was murdered. If so it would conform to a pattern of sex crimes among immigrants communities from the same national and religious background that has been repeated in many British towns and cities.

Charlene’s body has never been found. While there is no proof of the suspicion that her remains were butchered and put in food for human consumption, there have been other cases, one which actually resulted in a <a href=”https://www.accringtonobserver.co.uk/news/local-news/murder-without-a-body-1266716″>successful prosecution,</a> of memvers of migrant communities being investigated for disposing of bodies in this way. Obviously the lack of victims’ remains has prevented many cases getting to court.

Years after the quest for Charlene’s killers collapsed, the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) found that errors in gathering evidence had contributed to the collapse of suspects’ trials in 2007, with Lancashire Police being criticised and officers disciplined.

At the time of her disappearance, <a href=”https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-6328531/Charlene-Downes-Blackpool-mother-claims-investigation-sidelined-working-class.html”>Mrs Downes said</a> she was “so despairing of the lack of interest in Charlene” that she took to the streets herself to give out leaflet “night after night.”

In the course of investigations, there have been five arrests — the most recent in 2017, the suspect later released — and two trials but no convictions have been secured.

Another Grooming Gang Gets Sent Down In Yorkshire

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Under hate speech laws we are not supposed to mention the ethnic origin of the convicted men, but you get the message from this picture (Source: Yorkshire Post)

We seem to have been reporting the activities of gangs of Muslim and Pakistani men who  have groomed and sexually abused under age and often vulnerrable girls under the noses of police and local authority care services for ever. Surprisingly it is only four years since the story broke.

At that time we were writing that the problem was deeply embedded in the social structure of immigrant communities, we knew the first prosecutions were only the tip of the iceberg, and as predicted the cases keep coming. It is indicative of the incompatibility of  cultures between Europe and the remote parts of the Indian sub continent.

In the latest case twenty men have been found guilty of being part of a grooming gang that raped and abused girls as young as 11 in Huddersfield. The Yorkshire Post reports the men were convicted of more than 120 offences against 15 girls.

Victims were plied with drink and drugs, a familar pattern of behaviour in all these cases, and then “used and abused at will” in a seven-year “campaign of rape and abuse” between 2004 and 2011.

At Leeds Crown Court, the ringleader, Amere Singh Dhaliwal, 35, was jailed for life with a minimum of 18 years.   Other members of the gang were jailed for between five and 18 years but the court heard many perpetrators have never been identified. Details of the men’s convictions and sentences can only now be published after reporting restrictions on a series of trials were partially lifted.

During the three trials, jurors heard how the men – who are all British Asians mainly of Pakistani heritage – preyed on young, vulnerable girls, one of whom was described as having the mental age of a seven-year-old.

The men, all from Yorkshire, went by nicknames including “Dracula” – which Nahman Mohammed was known as. Mohammed Imran Ibrar was known as “Bully”, Abdul Rehman was nicknamed “Beastie”, while Nasarat Hussain was known as “Nurse”.

Jailing 16 of the men earlier this year, Judge Geoffrey Marson QC said: “The way you treated these girls defies understanding; this abuse was vile and wicked.

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Eight Muslims on trial for repeated rape of 14-year-old girl

We have reported on this subject many times, it has been reported in the mainstream press and aired on TV by the left leaning BBC no less in a harrowing drama documentary titled Three Girls, which explores how the now notorious ‘grooming gangs’ of Muslim win the trust of young, often vulnerable girls before subjecting them to rape and the worst kinds of sexual exploitation.

We have also reported how police and local authority care systems, under political pressure to avoid raising inter – racial tensions at all costs, have for two decades ignored reports of these crimes and dismissed complainants as racists and attention seekers.

Sex slavery and rape of ‘infidel’ women is in accordance with Quran. Sex slaves are considered among the spoils of war. Following a victory, Muhammadan generals would usually distribute the captives, both male and female, as slaves to their soldiers. The Qur’an teaches that Infidel women can be lawfully taken for sexual use (cf. its allowance for a man to take ‘captives of the right hand,’ 4:3, 4:24, 23:1-6, 33:50, 70:30). To quote a translation of The Qur’an: ‘O Prophet, tell your wives and your daughters and the women of the believers to bring down over themselves of their outer garments. That is more suitable that they will be known and not be abused. And ever is Allah Forgiving and Merciful.’ (33:59) The implication there is that if women do not cover themselves adequately with their outer garments, they may be abused, and that such abuse would be justified.

Sorry but this can never be acceptable in a civilised society. And yet we are repeatedly told by feminists who have screeched about how evil rape is for fifty years, that in the name of multiculturalism it is acceptable in our civilised societies for Muslim men to rape non Muslim women.

In the latest disgusting incidence of this to come to public notice, reported by The Daily Mail, The Mirror, The Star, regional newspaper The Yorkshire Post and other news organisations a Rotherham schoolgirl who was raped by multiple men was months later forced to have an abortion by her parents, a court has heard. Links to four sources might seem like overkill, but it has been the habit of apologists for Islam to claim reports of similar crimes are fabricated by ‘right wing conspiracy theorists. Such claims are much harder to believe when numerous sources with different politiucal leaning and target audiences are used.

Nabeel Kurshid, 34, and Iqlak Yousaf, 33, along with an unnamed third man, stand accused of taking the girl, aged 14 at the time, to Sherwood Forest and threatening to leave her there alone unless she had sex with them.

The pair are among the latest group of eight men from Rotherham and Sheffield to go on trial accused of targeted vulnerable girls, many from problem families, who were ‘easy to exploit because they wanted to be loved’ according to social services.

The alleged incidents happened between August 2002 and August 2003, prosecution lawyers told a jury at Sheffield Crown Court. Lead Prosecutor Michelle Colborne QC said that the girl was given cannabis and was ‘high as a kite’.

She said: ‘Each defendant took turns in having sex with her.

‘She was warned she had to do what she was told or she would be left there.’

Ms Colborne said the girl was bitten during the alleged attack, leaving marks on her neck, adding: ‘The defendants ensured her compliance by giving her drugs and threatening to abandon her in the forest.’

‘She became pregnant as a result of the group rape. Her parents forced her to have a termination. She suffered a great deal of psychological trauma as a result.’

Ms Colborne also told the jury that the girl was vulnerable and had a history of being exploited. “She was passed from one group of Asian males to another and, over time, was very seriously abused,” Colborne said.

The prosecution reported that the girl’s parents found out about the alleged exploitation but were unsupportive – verbally abusing their daughter and locking her out when she arrived home late.

Kurshid and Yousaf both deny raping the girl.

The eight men on trial allegedly took their victims to parks, abandoned buildings and ‘secluded locations’ to carry out sexual abuse, prosecutors allege….

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