Friday 27 March 2009

Media and Police Cover Up Muslim Paedophile Ring

It appears that the police are trying to cover up the Muslim sex ring in Rotherham that has been grooming and raping young white girls.

The newspaper report makes no mention of the paedophiles being Muslims nor that there victims were young white girls, nor does the report state that the police are intending to arrest fifty people in the area who have been involved in sexual activity with these children.

We get the message.

The fact that the police and media will minimise these crimes whilst making public martyrs of people like Stephen Lawrence, shows us all we need to know about the nature of the real racism in our society.

If you are white then you are a third class citizen, and white children have less rights than anyone.

The media are simply machines to pump out government propaganda and are complict in the immigration invasion and the crimes and atrocities of the government, as the media refuse to reveal the truth to our people and warn them so they can take care of their children.

The role of the BNP is now to include a Civil Rights movement to demand civil rights and social justice for our people and to campaign for our Majority Rights in our own country.

When was the last time the police 'knocked on the door instead of knocking them down' when it came to dealing with organised gangs of child rapists ?

when was the last time the police issued leaflets to local residents after a raid on a gang of child rapists to 'reassure residents'


Yet the police are acting with kids glove simply because they are Muslims in an Muslim area who were only abusing little white girls.

We understand now what the role of the police is - to treat the crminals as victims and the victims as criminals.

The police did not even want to take this case on until the BNP got involved with the issue and threatened to expose it in public - and now the police and media are doing their best to hide the fact that this racist campaign of rape was targeted at white children.

Perhaps if the children of the journalists, the newspaper editor and the police officers were those who had been molested then it would have been taken a lot more seriously - but newspaper editors, journalists and police officers who are white rarely live in mulsim areas, so therefore they do not need to worry about their children.

But for those white people who have to live in such 'enriched' areas then it appears that when they are raped and attacked that the role of the police and media is to reassure the criminals and keep the identities of the victims quiet - and therefore ensure that white parents are not able to protect their children.

Nothing on the BBC, the newspapers and the rest of the politically correct media outlets = one day they will be held to account.

Apparently these white children were also abused online in front of webcams whilst other men who watched would ask the men abusing the children to commit specific sex attacks upon them so they could watch and keep the videos being streamed to them - so the real numbers of those involved will include many many more people who were complicit in the crimes via their computers - but I doubt that these sort of details will be released to the public.

One law for ethnics - one law for whites.



SIX men accused of being at the centre of a sex ring said to have lured young girls into a world of exploitation and rape have been rounded up by police in a dawn raid.
The Advertiser joined the early morning swoop at one property in Clifton, as detectives and uniformed officers paid simultaneous visits to addresses in other parts of Clifton, Broom and Masbrough on Wednesday morning.

The action followed a two-month police investigation into the allegations of four girls, aged between 11 and 14, who claim that they were plucked from the streets of Rotherham and exploited for sex.

Wednesday morning's operation resulted in the immediate arrest of five suspects.
A sixth man was added to the haul in a later raid on a property in Shirecliffe, Sheffield, and a 20-year-old man, from the Moorgate area of Rotherham, was arrested yesterday (Thursday) afternoon.

None of the seven men, aged between 19 and 29, had been charged in connection with the alleged offences when the Advertiser went to press and all were expected to be released on police bail.

Two more men are still subject of police enquiries as part of the investigation and are expected to be brought in for questioning.

A 25-strong team of officers made their way to suspects' homes in a fleet of unmarked cars after leaving Main Street Police station at around 7am.
In an early-morning briefing Det Sgt Dave Walker, who led the operation, said: "We will be looking to gather mobile phones, digital cameras, diaries and camcorders....anything that could potentially provide evidence."

He added: "We will be knocking on doors today, not knocking them down. Many of the properties we will be visiting are family homes and many of the people who live there will be unaware of what's going on."

Following the arrests, officers combed suspects' homes and cars for evidence that could aid their investigation.

A police spokesman said that it was important to maintain a low profile in order to keep the impact and disturbance caused to surrounding communities to a minimum.

He added: "Uniformed officers from the Safer Neighbourhood Teams will be issuing leaflets to residents following the raid to reassure them and explain some details of the operation."

Date Posted: 26/03/2009 16:09:23

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Well what exactly DID you expect ?

Don't tell me that you somehow that you thought they were going to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth ?

Dream on.

Local papers are usually in the hands of the police because they need the goodwill.