For evidence of how the government and media lie machines operate, take a read of the article below.
In the article it states that 80 % of men involved in sexual grooming are Asian Muslims.
Yet the issue for OUR community, the White Indigenous Ethnic English Working Class Community, the issue isnt sexual grooming - it is the organised grooming, gang rape and sexual enslavement of White Indigenous Ethnic English Working Class female under age children.
It is not sexual grooming as a generic issue we need to look and address, it is the issue of Asian Muslim paedophile gangs organising the sexual grooming, rape, gang rape and sexual enslavement of our children.
As regards that issue there have been 17 court prosecutions since 1997 with 56 men found guilty of rape, child abduction, indecent assault and sex with a child.
Three of the 56 were white and the rest of Asian heritage. Of those, 50 were Muslim and the majority of these British Pakistanis. (1)
The government and the media have sought to minimise knowledge of this scandal by obfuscating the truth beneath the generic issue of sexual grooming, and then sought to conflate the two issues.
The truth is that our community is suffering the most vile crime imaginable - the sexual enslavement, organised rape and sexual trafficking of our children on the grounds of their race.
The 1 in 5 Asian men who are grooming children for sex is just the tip of the iceberg.
The real threat to our people and society, that of the Asian Muslim paedophile gangs, is not being addressed as the terms of this inquiry is designed to focus on the issue of individuals as grooming children, not groups.
One in five men accused of grooming under-age girls for sex is Asian, according to a report.
It found that many more British children 'than thought' are falling into the clutches of sexual predators because they are not being adequately protected by the authorities.
The thousands of victims who were groomed for sex by adults in the past three years are believed to be the 'tip of an iceberg' with many more suffering, experts have warned.
New advice given to Government ministers shows the number of children being abused is being seriously underestimated by police, social services and charities.
Authorities are failing to properly investigate the problem, which the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (Ceop) has described it as a 'hidden issue' in British society.
But the problem cannot be pinned on a particular ethnic group, the report may say later this month.
More than 2,000 young victims of grooming have been identified since January 2008 - but they are likely to form just a fraction of the total number affected the report is expected to reveal, The Times said today.
Abid Saddique and Mohammed Liaqat, who were each married with a child, cruised the streets of the city for victims while their unsuspecting families waited at home for them.
The vulnerable children were plied with vodka stored under the seats and taken to parks, hotel rooms or houses, where they were sometimes offered cocaine before being pressured into sex.
Some of the victims were runaways, and Ceop has found that missing children or those who run away from home are the most vulnerable to grooming.
Jailed: Abid Mohammed Saddique (left) and Mohammed Romaan Liaqat (right), were ringleaders of a gang, which ensnared children and committed a catalogue of sexual offences against vulnerable young girls
Keith Vaz, chairman of the Commons Home Affairs Select Committee, said much more work needed to be carried out to find out the scale of grooming across the country.
'The findings are a cause for enormous concern because it appears to be a much larger issue than originally imagined,' he said.
Peter Davies, Ceop's chief executive, launched the investigation into localised grooming after former home secretary Jack Straw accused some Pakistani men in Britain of seeing white girls as 'easy meat' for sexual abuse.
But, speaking at the time, Mr Davies said: 'Child sexual exploitation is not exclusive to any single culture, community, race or religion - it cuts across all communities.
CCTV footage showed Mohammed Romaan Liaqat and Abid Mohammed Saddique cruising the streets of Derby in a BMW trying to pick up vulnerable children to exploit them
'Neither can it be simplified along ethnic lines where the victims constitute one ethnicity and offenders another.
'We need to continue to build our understanding about the different types of threats faced by children across a range of environments.'
In January, Mr Straw said child sex grooming was a 'specific problem' in the Pakistani community which needed to be 'more open' about the reasons behind it.
He spoke out after the ringleaders of a gang which subjected a string of vulnerable girls to rapes and sexual assaults were jailed indefinitely.
Children's charity Barnardo's, Muslim youth group The Ramadhan Foundation and retired detective chief superintendent Max McLean, who led a previous investigation into sexual exploitation involving young girls in Leeds, all said Mr Straw was wrong to highlight one community.
This year members of a Midlands sex gang were jailed for bringing a ‘reign of terror’ on Derby's streets as they targeted and groomed young girls for horrific sexual abuse.
New figures show 842 of the 2,083 victims since 2008 ran away from home or a council-run children's home, for example.
Ann Coffey, the Labour chairperson of the all-part parliamentary committee on runaway and missing children said: 'What is clear is that children are being trafficked across local police force borders, from flat to flat, for sex. Sometimes it is only for a short period but it is happening.
'Some of these children are from care homes and that is particularly disappointing as they are people we, the state, have taken into care because they are at risk and then they suffer this.'
Tomorrow Ms Coffey will start a debate in the Commons about the link between runaways and sexual exploitation of children.
In particular she will highlight how numbers of missing children are not recorded well enough, with councils not having to report children missing until after 24 hours and others failing to do so at all.
The Government's Children's Minister Tim Loughton and Crime Minister James Brokenshire are preparing an action plan because of increasing concerns about the sexual grooming and trafficking of British children.
Key to this will be the improved recording of these crimes and keeping better track of missing children.
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