I’ve just been watching last night’s Question Time. One of the questions was: “What motivated police and social services in Rochdale to ignore the grooming of underage girls?” The first person to answer was Harriet Harmon, who spouted some very hollow platitudes about how we must listen to these young girls, and how we need an attitude change to where we start out from a position of believing them, rather than ignoring them. As per usual she refused to answer the key point about the ‘motivation’ of the social services to tackle the issue. When pressed on that specific point; she waffled some bollocks, again, about it stemming from reluctance by the police to listen to and believe these young girls.
I’ll tell you what the motivation was, and why these girls’ complaints and cries for help were largely ignored. It stems from 13 years of un-feted mass immigration, as part of the last Labour showers desire to “rub the right’s nose in it”, it stems from 13 years of extreme political correctness and an encouraged culture of moral/cultural relativism. It stems from the fact that anyone who dares to question certain religious/cultural traits of ethnic minorities ends up being labelled a racist. It stems from 13 years of cultural brainwashing and political indoctrination throughout our institutions in the name of equality and diversity training. That’s where the motivation was, and why Harriet Harmon was speaking bullshit when she accused the police and social services of not listening or believing these young girls. It was her ‘progressive, leftwing, statist’ government who embedded this brainwashing into our nations subconscious.
I’m not saying that such horrible things don’t happen in the white communities of Britain, or that they aren’t as endemic, I’m sure they are. What I’m saying is that we have created a culture where we dare not challenge ethnic minorities on their religion, culture or possible wrong doing for fear of being arrested ourselves and charged with racially motivated hate crimes. Now if what I’m saying makes me a racist, you know what? I don’t give a flying f**k!
Similar crimes (such as the black Africans’ continued use of voodoo and the killing/torture of young children, who were suspected of being possessed) has also received the blind eye treatment from police and social services in London over recent years, even when it was well known to be happening. Why? I’ll tell you why; we as a nation have become scared shitless of offending these cultures, because we think it’s wrong to impose our standards and values on certain aspects of their lives. Again, it comes back to cultural and moral relativism. It is not wrong. If they want to live here, then they should accept and live by our laws and democratic way of life. If you don’t want that, then bugger off to another country.
I know a couple of serving policemen and I read several police blogs and they all say the same thing, they get inundated with PC bollocks from on high telling them to be careful not to offend ethnic minorities, not to tread on anyone’s toes, to make allowances for a person’s background. All this PC rubbish does is stop the police from investigating reported, serious crime, properly. I’m ashamed to say that it does look increasingly like the police were aware of this horrible thing that was going on in Rochdale, but that they didn’t investigate quick enough, not because they weren’t listening to the victims, but because they were afraid of upsetting the large Asian community. Now, I can’t condone those actions, because it amounts to little more than cowardice and failure to carry out their duty. However, I can totally sympathise with the position the force and social services were in. They were caught between a rock and a hard place, and until they had absolutely concrete and unchallengeable evidence against these vile scumbags, they had to be so incredibly careful. As I pointed out above the motivation behind why it took them so long to investigate was because of the progressive, moral relativist, PC culture that has pervaded and bastardised our institutions for 13 years, under New Labour.
Another example is the film ‘The innocence of Muslims’. Just because someone has dared to criticise their religion and show it in a negative light; Muslims all over the globe have kicked off and reacted angrily. Sorry, but if your religion is so weak that it can’t take a bit of a bashing every now and then without you exploding and reacting with violence and issuing death threats, then it’s a very pathetic religion. It should also serve as a very strong reminder that at its heart, Islam is a very intolerant and narrow-minded religion, whose core teachings seem to forbid free thought and the right to challenge it. In that way it could be argued that Islam is the antithesis of our western democracy and right to free speech. I’m not saying our culture is perfect (I know it isn’t) but I would rather have this than be ruled by Islam and its Sharia Laws. Again if my views make me racist, then, so be it, I don’t give a damn. The real worry should be that if we continue to be cowed by ethnic cultures, for fear of reprisal or fear of offending, and we don’t start challenging them; I strongly believe that the Islamification of Britain and more instances of grooming/torture/murder will take place.
I know many, many Muslims abhor and detest what happened to those young girls in Rochdale and hold no truck with the fundamentalists who have been rioting and making death threats against the makers of that film. I’m not wishing to lump all ethnic minorities together and say they are all bad and evil, far from it. All I’m saying is that you have to challenge wickedness and primitive, bone headed thinking, regardless of race, ethnicity or background. As the famous quote goes “In order for evil to flourish all it takes is for good men to do nothing.”
Amazingly Steve Coogan did raise this point, albeit very carefully, about the police being reluctant to investigate because of the religious and cultural “hot potato” aspect to this case, which I give him credit for. However, it was interesting to watch the squirming from the other panellists as he was pointing this out.