In Britain, They’re Still Ignoring the Islamic Roots of ‘Grooming’ Gangs

A few years ago, when the news reached the public that Muslim “sex grooming gangs,” for over two decades, had been systematically engaged in the mass rape of non-Muslim girls in the English city of Rotherham – and that local police and other government authorities had known about these atrocities for a long time but had said and done nothing for fear of being considered bigots – one thing seemed all but certain: this couldn’t just be going on in Rotherham.

It wasn’t.

  • Frances

    A large part of this problem is that the British establishment – politicians and government workers – despise the white British working class. To these people, the girls targeted by these gangs were slags and sluts: unworthy of protection and deserving of their fate.

    • That is a huge part of it, no question, Brexit showed how deeply GB’s class system runs in the culture.

      • Frances

        Was not always so; there used to be a mutual respect among the classes and an understanding of what each class contributed to the nation. Sadly, the professional classes divorced themselves from their “blue collar” mates, began to think themselves superior, and bought into the noxious notion that any display of nationalism was jungoistic and to be deplored, denigrated, and driven underground. We see the sad results in Rotherham and other cities.

    • The Deplorable Rosenmops

      I’m so glad my working class grandparents left and came to Canada . We have PM Dildeau here but it is still better than UK.

  • The Deplorable Rosenmops

    Cut their balls off, then deport them and all their families to goat-fucker-stan.

  • simus1

    It all tracks back to corrupt vote whores and their bureaucrat allies in the plod and pro hand holders empires.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    Those who knew and did nothing should be prosecuted for criminal conspiracy.

  • Barrington Minge

    Thes mooslim “men” will not stop doing this until every last one of them is “removed” from the gene pool.