Saturday, 15 December 2007
The Sickness of PC
For an example of PC Racism against the aborigine people of Australia, read the following report from The Independent.
Just as PC Racism in the UK means the white liberal establishment that control the Police, Social Services and media in the UK all seek to hide, deny and minimise the epidemic of individual Asians, Asian gangs and Muslim paedophiles abusing and grooming young White school girls for sex, the white liberal establishment in Australia refuse to address and deal with the epidemic of child rape, sexual abuse and gang rapes in the Aborigine community for fear of sterotyping them as criminals or out of white liberal guilt for the 'crimes' of the British Empire in the past.
At all levels of all societies that have become infectd with the disease of Political Correctness, the first casualty is truth the second common sense, the third the children.
The Australian social services that were dealing with the child rape cases in the aborigine community were told not to report the crimes to the police by the government.
The exact same thing happened in the UK when social services in areas where the Asian and muslim gangs were targeting white children for sex and abuse, as the social services were told not to report the crimes to the police. David Blunkett ordered the police to waste millions of pounds and thousands and thousands of police man hours on the case against Nick and Mark, but the Police and the social services in areas where white children were being raped by Asian gangs did nothing or the most the bare minimum to ensure that the parents did not go to the press.
Blunkett was more interested in prosecuting the political opposition than stopping white children being raped.
The Police in those areas did as he ordered and are therefore as guilty as him.
This epidemic of rapes escalated as the social workers and council run social services departments were more interested in social engineering than preventing the rape of our children.
Social workers want our children raped and abused, as instead of warning them about the dangers that threaten them from other communities in our midst they would rather peddle their anti-racist shit and leave our children deluded and vulnerable.
The social services departments did not want the white community warned that organised gangs of Asian and Muslim paedophiles and rapists were in their presence, as then the illusion of religious, racial and social harmony upon which they have based their PC bullshit would have been revealed to be nothing more than a lie designed to ensure ethnic rapists are not imprisoned.
One day all those that ran the social services departments, who were in charge of these cases and those in the council who ordered their staff not to go to the police will pay for their crime. This was a conspiracy to pervert the course of justice by each and every person involved in keeping those crimes silent.
I suggest that punishment be a short rope with a long drop.
Gang rape furore exposes shocking picture of abuse
By Kathy Marks in Sydney
Published: 15 December 2007
As outrage mounts over a judge's decision not to jail nine Aboriginal men who gang-raped a 10-year-old, a shocking picture has emerged of how the girl was neglected by officialdom.
The girl, who lived in the troubled Queensland community of Aurukun, on Cape York at the far north-eastern tip of Australia, was raped last year by six youths aged between 13 and 16 and three men in their early 20s. The trial judge, Sarah Bradley, concluded that the girl "probably agreed" to have sex with them.
Her leniency, coupled with that comment, caused a national furore, and sparked an anguished debate about a justice system that apparently views the rape of a black child as a not particularly grave offence.
For the 10-year-old girl, the scandal began long before the men's trial, at which Steve Carter, for the prosecution, described the gang-rape as "childish experimentation".
Like many Aboriginal children, she was born with foetal alcohol syndrome and is, as a consequence, intellectually disabled. A skinny, vulnerable girl, she was abused by a family member before she turned five.
Placed in foster care, she was then returned to Aurukun, where she was raped at age seven by five boys – including, according to her mother, some of the nine who recently escaped jail. She contracted syphilis and received severe genital injuries. The girl was again removed from the community, and placed with a white foster family in Cairns.
But she displayed precocious sexual behaviour and, her foster parents warned the authorities, was offering sex in exchange for cigarettes and alcohol.
Despite that, she was allowed to return to Aurukun for a funeral last year, and to stay on. Within weeks, as well as being gang-raped, she had been raped on at least six other occasions. She went to the community clinic and asked for a pregnancy test and condoms. Tests showed she had gonorrhoea. Child safety officials were alerted, but they did not notify police.
When police eventually did find out, they demanded that she be immediately taken into care. One child safety official insisted that she stay in Aurukun for a weekend outing with her family. There was no outing, and she was raped again. At their trial, the six boys were discharged without conviction, while the three young men received suspended sentences.
One of the most disturbing features of the case is that the girl does appear to have consented to sex – as far as a 10-year-old with the mind of a five or six-year-old can consent.
In the eyes of the law, of course, a girl of 10 cannot consent, so the offence is automatically rape. Yet the court heard that she agreed to meet the nine defendants for sex, and a paediatric surgeon who examined her told The Australian newspaper: "She seeks attention by sexual acts with other people."
That not only indicates how damaged the girl is, but also speaks of a level of sexual dysfunction in Aurukun that is confirmed by welfare workers – and which is replicated in Aboriginal communities around Australia. Abuse is rife, and babies are born to girls of 14 or younger.
The prosecutor in the case has been suspended, and the Queensland attorney general is to appeal against the sentences. But the furore shows no sign of dying down. Yesterday, it was alleged that Queensland government ministers had instructed welfare workers not to tell police about hundreds of suspected child abuse cases in indigenous communities.
From The TimesAugust 11, 2007
Grooming of white girls for sex is exposed as two Asian men jailedLucy Bannerman and
A hidden world in which Asian men “groom” young white girls for sex has been exposed with the jailing yesterday of two men for child-abuse offences.
Zulfqar Hussain, 46, and Qaiser Naveed, 32, from east Lancashire, were each jailed for five years and eight months after exploiting two girls aged under 16 by plying them with alcohol and drugs before having sex with them.
Both men pleaded guilty at Preston Crown Court to abduction, sexual activity with a child and the supply of a controlled drug.
Despite being told explicitly by police and social services that both girls were under-age and should be returned to care, the men picked up one girl from a children’s home in Blackburn and then drove on to collect her friend who was living in temporary foster care in North Wales.
An ugly pattern of abuse emerges
Mother tells how daughter, 14, was groomed
Naveed, from Burnley, gave one girl the first of five Ecstasy tablets at a motorway service station before having sex with her on the back seat of the car while the group drove back to Lancashire. The court was told that the two men later took the girls to an address in Blackburn where Hussain, from Blackburn, had sex with the second girl and gave her a total of ten Ecstasy tablets.
Yesterday Judge Andrew Gilbart, QC, jailed the two Asian men under new sex laws designed to protect youngsters from being groomed for sexual activity. Judge Gilbart said: “This is a truly shocking offence. You knew them. They were exploited for sex by the two of you. No other description is possible. They were under-age girls who you knew it was your responsibility to protect and not exploit.”
The trial came amid growing concern at the attitudes of some Asian men towards white girls which campaigners for women claim few people wish to address.
Parents have complained that in parts of the country with large Asian communities white girls as young as 12 are being targeted for sex by older Asian men yet the authorities are unwilling to act because of fears of being labelled racist.
Ann Cryer, a Labour member of the Commons Home Affairs Select Committee, has been at the forefront of attempting to tackle the problem after receiving complaints from mothers in her constituency about young Asian men targeting their under-age daughters.
Although campaigners claim that hundreds of young girls are already being passed around men within the Asian community for sex, she said that attempts to raise the problem with community leaders had met with little success, with most of them being in a state of denial about it.
After the case, the mother of one of the girls, who cannot be named for legal reasons, welcomed the jail terms. “This will hopefully act as a warning to others,” the woman said. She had had to leave the court as details of the men’s sexual relations with the teenagers were read out. After the trial, Ms Cryer said that young Asian men were caught between two cultures having been brought up in a Western society in families while retaining the cultural values of the Asian sub-continent.
She said: “The family and cultural norms of their community means they are expected to marry a first cousin or other relative back in a village in Mirapur or wherever the family comes from. Therefore, until that marriage is arranged they look out for sex.
“At the point in their lives when they are ready for this sort of activity, Asians cannot go to Asian girls because it would be a terrible breach of the honour of the community and their family to have sex with an Asian girl before marriage.” She said that the reason Asian men targeted very young white girls was because older white girls knew that a relationship with an Asian youth was unlikely to last as the community would seek an arranged marriage with someone from the Asian sub- continent. Police and groups campaigning to protect women insisted that the grooming of youngsters is not segregated along race lines, though there is concern at the attitudes of some young Asian men towards white girls.
Parents claim that criminal networks are able to prey on young girls because the authorities are reluctant to tackle the issue for fear of upsetting race relations in areas of the North West with large ethnic minority communities.
However, Ms Cryer added: “I think there is a problem with the view Asian men generally have about white women. Their view about white women is generally fairly low. They do not seem to understand that there are white girls as moral and as good as Asian girls.”