In Rotherham, South Yorkshire, England, it has been revealed that about 1400 young White girls were raped and otherwise abused by gangs of Pakistani men between 1997 and 2013. Good thing the authorities were there to do something about it, right?
Top ranking staff ordered raids to delete and remove case files and evidence detailing the scale of Rotherham’s child exploitation scandal, sources have revealed.
More than 10 years before the damning independent inquiry revealed sexual exploitation of 1,400 children in Rotherham a raid was carried out on the orders of senior staff to destroy evidence, it has been claimed.
In 2002 high profile personnel at Rotherham Council ordered a raid on Risky Business, Rotherham council’s specialist youth service, which offered one-to-one help and support to vulnerable teenage girls, ahead of the findings of a draft report, according to the Times.
The raid was to remove case files and wipe computer records detailing the scale and severity of the town’s sex-grooming crisis, sources told The Times.
It took place shortly after senior police and council staff became aware of the contents of the draft report of a 2000-01 research project that found evidence of a hidden child sex abuse scandal.
Files which revealed victims, offenders and how individual cases were handled by the child-protection authorities were removed.
Indeed, one of the known offenders is now “living the high life”, according to the Daily Mail:
One of the ring leaders of a child grooming gang in Rotherham has boasted he is ‘living the high life’ after being released from jail.
Umar Razaq, 28, was jailed in 2010 in a case that lifted the lid on the horrific extent of sexual exploitation in the South Yorkshire town.
But after appealing the length of his four-year sentence, he has been released – and is now jetting off on holiday to Pakistan.
His victim Lizzie, who was only 12 when she was groomed by Umar Razaq, has been left distraught by the posts, saying he ‘taunted’ her on the social networking site after being released from jail.
Posting a selfie in sunglasses on Facebook, Razaq boasted: ‘Can’t wait… Roll on to the lifetime holiday’.
…one child who was being prepared to give evidence received a text saying the perpetrator had her younger sister and the choice of what happened next was up to her. She withdrew her statements. At least two other families were terrorised by groups of perpetrators, sitting in cars outside the family home, smashing windows, making abusive and threatening phone calls. On some occasions child victims went back to perpetrators in the belief that this was the only way their parents and other children in the family would be safe. In the most extreme cases, no one in the family believed that the authorities could protect them.
The same authorities, of course, who promoted lax immigration policies which allowed the rapists to enter the UK, according to the Telegraph:
The huge increases in migrants over the last decade were partly due to a politically motivated attempt by ministers to radically change the country and “rub the Right’s nose in diversity”, according to Andrew Neather, a former adviser to Tony Blair, Jack Straw and David Blunkett.
He said Labour’s relaxation of controls was a deliberate plan to “open up the UK to mass migration” but that ministers were nervous and reluctant to discuss such a move publicly for fear it would alienate its “core working class vote”.
So much for Labour caring about, you know, labor.
The Independent reports:
Professor Alexis Jay, who wrote the report, said she found “children who had been doused in petrol and threatened with being set alight, threatened with guns, made to witness brutally violent rapes and threatened they would be next if they told anyone”.
It said that three reports from 2002 to 2006 highlighted the extent of child exploitation and links to wider criminality but nothing was done, with the findings either suppressed or simply ignored. Police failed to act on the crimes and treated the victims with contempt and deemed that they were “undesirables” not worthy of protection, the inquiry team was told.
One young person told the inquiry that “gang rape” was a usual part of growing up in the area of Rotherham where she lived. In most of the cases that the inquiry team examined, the victims were white children under the age of 16 and the perpetrators named in the files as “Asian males”.
The report said council staff were scared of being accused of racism by flagging up the issue in a town of nearly 260,000, where 8 per cent were from black and minority ethnic backgrounds.
If avoiding “racism” is considered a valid pretext for allowing the rape of more than 1400 children, it’s time for “racism” as a concept to be reëvaluated. Indeed, if White men had been invited by the Pakistani government to live among the natives, and had formed gangs who raped little Pakistani girls, would any of these journalists, any of these councillors, hesitate to decry such heinous acts—and would they not describe the White men as “racists”? Perhaps more to the point, would Pakistanis sit by and allow them to continue? If the Pakistani government had established a norm of allowing the foreign gangs to roam more or less freely, while cracking down quickly and ruthlessly on any native resistance to the gangs and referring to the child victims of gang rape as “undesirables”—well, now we see the problem, don’t we?
The legal system in Rotherham was not allowing these crimes due to incompetence or utter ignorance; it was allowing them out of malice. If you’re a Westerner living in a place like Rotherham, and you are not a member of your country’s financial, political, journalistic, or otherwise educated classes, it is likely that the law does not give a good goddamn about you. Its purpose is increasingly to silence you. The Rotherham case only drives home the undeniability of this point. Make of it what you will.
from The Rotherham Child Rape Coverup: A Study in Institutional Malice