Thursday, 17 March 2011

Gang Rape and Race

It is more than just an issue of race, it is an issue of culture - and is caused by the liberal hatred and contempt of whites taught at schools, bling culture, rap culture, negrophilia and the fear of debating issues such as this for fear of being 'racist', lack of proper family disciplinary boundaries, problems due to single parenting in the black community, lack of discipline in schools, politically correct policing, contempt for women ( 'da bitches in da hood 'using street terminology) and the sexualisation of children.

Gang rape: Is it a race issue?

A high proportion of such attacks appears to be carried out by young black men, according to Metropolitan Police statistics. Sorious Samura investigates this horrendous crime – and what it says about Britain today

Sunday, 21 June 2009
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In 1999 I witnessed a gang rape in Sierra Leone. I was forced to watch a group of rebel soldiers taking it in turns to rape a young girl in front of an audience of jeering men. It was the height of the civil conflict and rape had become a devastating weapon of war. When I moved to Britain I believed I had escaped such horrific sexual violence. As my Dispatches investigation tomorrow night shows, I was mistaken. Gang rape is happening here – and what I have found most disturbing as an African is that a disproportionate number of these attacks are being carried out by black or mixed-race young men.

Towards the end of last year, police and child welfare experts working on Channel 4's Street Weapons Commission told us of their concerns about gang rape. Then two big cases hit the headlines.

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In December, nine schoolboys, some as young as 13 at the time of the attack, were convicted of raping a 14-year-old girl. She was dragged between tower blocks in Hackney where she was threatened with a knife, hit and raped during an ordeal that lasted an hour and a half – some of which was filmed on mobile phones. In January, three men were convicted of gang raping a 16-year-old with learning disabilities for two hours before dousing her with caustic soda in an effort to get rid of the evidence.

How prevalent is this crime and why it is happening in Britain? Despite the seriousness of the crime, I was amazed to discover that no national statistics exist: gang rape is simply not recorded as a separate crime category. So over a period of several months we set about collating our own.

We approached the Crown Prosecution Service, the Association of Chief Police Officers, all 50 police forces, crown courts, barristers and rape referral centres to try to establish the numbers.

One of the few police forces to have begun recording the figures of reported gang rape is the Metropolitan Police. In 2008 alone, they received reports of 85 gang rapes. Using the Met's definition of gang rape – those involving three or more perpetrators – we began to look at the number of convictions. We tracked down 29 cases, from January 2006 to March 2009, in which a total of 92 young people were convicted of involvement in gang rape.

One fact stood out. Of those convicted, 66 were black or mixed race, 13 were white and the remainder were from other countries including Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya.

Clearly this is not a crime exclusive to black communities, but I found it impossible to ignore the fact that such a high proportion were committed by black and mixed-race young men. As a black man as well as a journalist, I wanted to understand what lay behind such attacks. So I spoke to victims, groups of black and mixed-race teenagers, youth and social workers and community leaders.

The groups of young men I met in London expressed some profoundly disturbing attitudes towards girls and sex. The boys explained how they make arrangements for "line-ups" in which one girl has oral sex with up to six or seven of them at one time. These arrangements might be made at school or on mobile phones.

Sometimes these girls initially consent because they want to be popular. But these events can spiral into rape because the boys consider that any girl who is prepared to agree to a line-up can be considered fair game. One boy told me: "If she wants to go and meet a bag of boys then she's probably a jezzie [slut], and if she's going to a house it's over – she's going to get beaten [have sex]."

In other instances, as some of the victims in our film describe, girls can unwittingly walk into a trap, innocently visiting someone's house to listen to music or watch a film only to discover that a group of boys are lying in wait. Or they might be hanging out with friends in a park and suddenly realise they have become surrounded by a group of boys intent on sex.

For both boys and girls, the line between this sort of group sex and rape seems to be blurred. A girl might agree to have oral sex with two or three boys but then be ordered to have sex with six or seven. The teenage girls I met told me that boys simply don't understand what rape is. And yet this is a crime that can ruin lives and is punishable by life imprisonment.

Occasionally gang rape is used to punish a girl for minor transgressions against gang members. In one of my most shocking interviews, I met a girl who admitted she had helped to set up girls for gang rape. As the girlfriend of a gang member, she organised these rapes, partly out of fear and partly to fit in.

She admitted she was terrified of being raped herself and had walked away when witnessing a girl being gang-raped at a party because she feared she might be next: "There was just loads of boys and the girl's tights were ripped up, like, she was bleeding as well, because I think she was a virgin, and they were just taking turns on her basically, and she was crying, and I didn't get involved because I thought if I get involved they're gonna turn on me."

The victims' descriptions of their attacks are horrific. One young victim likened her attack to being "pulled and pushed around like a rag doll", while another 14-year-old girl described her ordeal when she was gang raped by a total of nine boys who told her that she was not the only girl they had attacked. In that case, nine boys were subsequently convicted of raping her. The youngest perpetrator was just 12 years old.

I found there was concern among black communities about this violence. The Rev Joyce Daley, from the Black Parents Forum in Hackney, told me that gang rape is not a rare or one-off phenomenon. It is happening on a regular basis. She said: "It could actually explode on our very streets." Steve Griffith, a youth worker in King's Cross, said: "I see too much abuse of young women on the streets."

Gang rape, while constituting only a tiny percentage of all rapes in the UK, is a horrible reality in this country. The nature of the crime is so appalling that much more research needs to be carried out into its causes. But what seems evident from my investigation is that the key to preventing it will be changing the way young men view women and the kind of group sexual activity they are engaging in at such a young age.

Sheldon Thomas, a youth worker in Brixton, said: "We've got a generation that looks at sex as if it's nothing, and treats disrespecting women as if it's nothing. These guys are like 13, 14 and 15, and their actual attitudes towards young girls – towards sex – is mind-blowing. It's actually leaving you asking: where are their morals, where are their values?"

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Anonymous said...

There was a time when British men would protect their women and children. Then the Marxists came and changed everything.

The last line would have the entire Frankfurt school jumping for joy.

Funny how the feminists are so quiet about this isn't it?



Extant said...

Fkn sickening

Adrian P said...

Such crimes were once unheard of in Western Societies, welcome to our children's Future.

It's a weapon of Conquest against our people and society.

David Duke, Black on White Crime

Anonymous said...

The weapon is being used against what were Christian nations. E-Files you'll find behind this sex for kids are the Fabian Communists via the UN - UNESCO.

In England, a booklet for teenagers called “Say yes, say no, say maybe” includes a “good grope guide telling young people exactly how to start foreplay and have sex. It suggest different positions for sex, includes cartoons featuring teenagers having sex and graphics showing how to put on a condom.” (BBC, 8/4/00)

1999: “young delegates demanded more sexual freedom from the international community, saying in essence that children and teens between the ages of 10 and 18 ought to have the right to education that teaches them about sexual pleasure, confidence building and freedom of sexual expression and orientation…the UN would insist that even 10 year olds be granted the right to an abortion without parental consent or knowledge—and such a right would be universal, regardless of country.” (John E. Dougherty,, 2/20/99). The UNPFA (UN Population Fund) These rights would include mandatory comprehensive sex education in school curricula at all levels, as well as free and accessible contraceptives and abortion for children as young as 10 years.


--Over 50 million Americans are now infected with an incurable STD.

--Up to twelve million new cases of STDs are reported annually, 85% of them in people ages 5 to 29 years old.

--The number of diseases has increased from the familiar two, syphilis and gonorrhea, to nearly 70 that have been classified as sexually transmitted.

--The HPV (human papiloma virus) is the most rampant STD in the U.S., with over 70 different strains of this disease identified. One million new cases of HPV are diagnosed in the U.S. each year. Sexually active women under 25 are the most vulnerable to it. The infection rate in this group is estimated to be at 30 to 40%. The number of people living with HPV is estimated to be as high as 40 million

--One in five American adults has genital herpes, of which 90% are unaware. Since the 1970s, cases of genital herpes have increased 5 times among teenagers.

--Sterility, once rare, is a consequence of many STDs and afflicts 15% of married couples. The most common cause of it is thought to be chlamydia, of which there are four million sufferers. 40% of all sexually active persons are thought to be carriers, because 70% of those infected are unaware of it.

--AIDS afflicts about a million Americans. Teenagers in the U.S. are contracting AIDS faster than any other group.

--Studies show a direct link between STDs and cervical cancer.

chlamydia, affects 11% of reproductive age women, infects one million new cases each year among teenage girls, and results in 65,000 hysterectomies each year. 15-year old females are at 10 times the risk for PID as are 24 year olds.

--Condoms provide virtually no protection against many STDs.

“The Bitter Fruit of the Sexual Revolution”, New Oxford Review, May 2000.)

--Gonorrhea is up 400% among students 10-14.

--Each year 4000 students become infected with syphilis.

--AIDS has increased 62% since 1990, and the number of teens with AIDS is doubling every 14 months.

--Pre-marital sex among 15 year olds is up almost 1,000%.

The saying goes thus : "To kill a tree, sever its roots`, or as the Russian philosopher Alexander Solzhenitzyn put it : "To destroy a people, you must first sever their roots", and that is precisely what has been done to our societies here in the West.

To beat the enemy we have to recognise them!!

Anonymous said...

Marxism is not to blame. The left in general is not to blame. Instead, we should blame weak law enforcement in the uk. I believe that many governments are scared to act tough. And this is only because a neo-liberal economy makes it near impossible to have decent laws. We live in an era of greed and exploitation. More focus is placed on punishing fraudsters than pedophiles! This is terrible!!