PROTECTING BRAND ISLAM
Updated: Feb 24, 2020
These girls are safe from Muslim rape gangs. That's because they live in Poland.
Whoever you vote for, the hippies used to drawl through the bong-smoke in the 1960s, the government always gets in. So it is in modern Britain. Ever since Peter Oborne confirmed conformity in his 2007 book The Triumph of the Political Class, those of us with eyes to see have been aware that Conservative and Labour are Tweedledum and Tweedledee, interchangeable except for tie colour. On all major policy areas, their practice – forget manifestoes; toilet paper is far more useful – is more or less identical.
High taxes? Check. Big government getting bigger? Check. A bloated public sector? Check. Increasing surveillance of the public? Check. More and more ideological offences such as hate speech? Check. Mass immigration? Check. The list continues. But, towering above these concerns is the mission statement of both the UK’s major political parties; protect brand Islam.
Sajid Javid is an ex-Muslim – his apostasy earns him the death penalty in parts of the Islamic world – and was Home Secretary in 2018 when he ordered a review into Britain’s grooming scandal, a review he promised would have ‘no no-go areas’. We all knew what that meant. The so-called ‘grooming gangs’ are predominantly men of Pakistani origin, and thus Muslim. Javid added, ‘I will not let cultural or political sensitivities get in the way of understanding the problem and doing something about it’. Well, Javid is no longer Home Secretary, but the report is now finished.
So, what does it have to say? We will never know. Its release has been deemed ‘not in the public interest’. In December, it was announced that the completed review would be used for internal policy-making and not released to the public. An FOI request confirmed this. ‘The information,’ said Boris Johnson’s government, ‘could be misleading if made public and used out of context’. Ah, context, the get-out-of-jail-free card of knaves and scoundrels.
As Leonard Cohen sang in his velvet-and-gravel voice in the 1980s, everybody knows that the boat is leaking, everybody knows that the captain lied. In the case of the Muslim rape gangs, everybody knows, or at least the information is available to them. Peter McLoughlin’s 2016 book Easy Meat tells the harrowing story of the rape of hundreds and even thousands of white girls by Muslim men. McLoughlin’s book is factual and there is a simple litmus test to prove that it is; he has never been to court over the book. Lawyers from the government, the opposition and the Muslim Brotherhood will have pored over Easy Meat looking for a prosecution. None came. The events in the book – and they are difficult to read about – happened. A quote in the book from a body called, amazingly, Rotherham Safeguarding Children Board released a report in 2010, an excerpt from which explains the ‘context’ which so concerns today’s government;
‘[G]reat care will be taken in drafting… this report to ensure that its findings embrace Rotherham’s qualities of diversity. It is imperative that suggestions of a wider cultural phenomenon are avoided’.
Protecting brand Islam.
At this point, the government becomes even more slippery in its tireless efforts to shield its Islamic house-pets from untoward attention. Nafir Azal is a former chief prosecutor who brought charges against one of the Rochdale grooming gangs (don’t you love the use of the word grooming? All horses’ curry-combs and girls brushing their hair and hipsters getting a neat beard-trim).
Azal’s desire for investigation has a motive, however, which does not exactly show sympathy for the real victims, but rather positions the rapists as potential victims;
‘[M]isinformation and anecdote are exploited by white supremacists and others with an agenda’.
So, there you have it. It is not the girls who are at risk, such as the girl who had her tongue nailed to a table by Muslim men to dissuade her from going to the pólice – as mentioned in Easy Meat – it is the Muslim men who may become the target of the Wimbledon branch of the KKK and the Neo-Nazis of the Grampian Hills.
It has been apparent for some time that Islam in its excesses is under heavy security protection from the government and their provisional wings in the police, the media and the entertainment industry. Criticism of Islam on social media is all but criminalised, Muslim leaders have perfected the art of victimhood, and Islam essentially only has to shout ‘Jump!’ for government to ask ‘How high?’
In the meantime, the little girl who claims to have had sex with around 300 men while still underage, and whose parents were told by social workers that ‘she must love it if she keeps going back’ is not facing too rosy a future. The UK government will not tell the public that these men were Muslims because, apparently, the British public cannot be trusted not to turn into a Lynch mob. This is what Britain has become. Have a little think about that.
Photo: Adam Jones