Irreligious British fail to stand up to Muslim groomer gangs

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A Eurobarometer poll in 2010 reported that 37% of UK citizens "believed there is a God", 33% believe there is "some sort of spirit or life force" and 25% answered "I don't believe there is any sort of spirit, God or life force".[1] See also: British atheism

In 2014, The Telegraph reported: "The British are among the most sceptical in the world about religion, a global study has found. Just over a third of people in the UK believe religion has a positive role to play in our daily lives, compared to a global average of 59 per cent."[2]

In recent years, the proponents of Western atheism and British atheism/agnosticism have developed a reputation for cowardice and a lack of mental toughness (See: Atheism and cowardice and Atheism and mental toughness).

The UK's Hindu Prime Minister Rishi Sunak tells secular leftists, cowardly, irreligious British citizens and other British citizens that they are scared of calling out grooming gangs because of political correctness![3]
A UK think tank issued a report in December 2017. Grooming gangs were studied going back to 2005. The report found:
"a disproportionate representation of males with (South) ‘Asian’ heritage who have been convicted in such cases, with this ethnicity male perpetrator/white female victim dynamic serving as the prominent feature of these grooming gangs. Most of these men are of Pakistani (Muslim) origin, and the majority of their victims are young, white girls. The report suggests that the background of these men has influenced their actions. The report found that 84% of ‘grooming gang’ offenders were (South) Asian, while they only make up 7% of total UK population.[4]
The researchers who compiled the study are both Pakistani Brits. As many as one million British children may have been victims of Muslim grooming gangs. Studies show a Muslim is 170 times more likely to be involved in grooming gangs than a non-Muslim.[5]

When the report was issued, UK Home Secretary Sajid Javid said it was "wrong to ignore ethnicity" of the criminals.[6]

Police and leftists involved

British police car

In one UK city alone, 1,400 non-Muslim girls were groomed, raped, trafficked, and drugged between 1997 and 2013 while those in authority failed to act. The police have been accused of ignoring sex abuse claims because of political correctness and fear of accusation of racism, as well as allegedly blaming some child victims.[7] Leftist organizations waged relentless war against anyone who spoke out about Muslim rape gangs. Victims and critics were demonized as "Islamophobic," “hateful” and “bigoted.”[8]

UK police, who turned a blind eye to Pakastani rape culture and blamed victims,[9] have urged the public to report ‘non-crime’ incidents in an effort to stop non-criminal comments from hurting the feelings of those affected. The message sent out by the official Twitter account of South Yorkshire Police said, “In addition to reporting hate crime, please report non-crime hate incidents, which can include things like offensive or insulting comments, online, in person or in writing.”[10] So, while rape and murder of ethnic Brits by Muslim immigrants is ignored, the UK police do have time to investigate non-crimes and harass native citizens.

Victims and critics prosecuted

The sister of a 14-year girl who was murdered by a pimp was convicted of a "racially aggravated assault" for slapping a suspect who stated that he chopped up her body and cooked it into kebabs. The case was tossed out. The police botched the investigation.[11] This is only one such story among hundreds that have gone unreported by global leftist mainstream media. Independent journalist Tommy Robinson has forced the spotlight on the rape jihad occurring in Europe, and has been prosecuted and demonized for doing it.[12]

The leaders of Britain First were jailed for calling attention to Muslim sex-grooming gangs preying on British girls.[13]

Peter McLoughlin, Ph.D. the author of a detailed study of grooming gangs, Easy Meat: Inside Britain's Grooming Gang Scandal (Paperback 2016) concluded that they are the logical outcome of Islamic doctrines. Under Islamic law, the Muslim man commits no sin in making sexual use of non-Muslim females, who may be enslaved or used as concubines. Raping or drugging infidel girls is not a sin in their eyes and age of consent laws do not exist. McLoughlin was banned from Twitter for advertising his book. He is still using an account on GAB.

Tommy Robinson served what was originally a 13-month prison sentence for contempt of court after publishing a Facebook Live video of Pakistani grooming gang defendants entering a law court in defiance of restrictions on reporting ongoing trials.[14] He was illegally arrested on May 26, 2018 for this, and the judge presiding over his case, Geoffrey Marson,[15] illegally ordered all details related to his arrest and trial, including his identity, to be banned from being published by the country's media.[16]

Notable UK Muslim child prostitution scandals

Below are notable UK Muslim child prostitution scandals can be found at: Child prostitution in the United Kingdom.

  • Aylesbury child sex abuse ring
  • Banbury child sex abuse ring
  • Bristol child sex abuse ring
  • Derby child sex abuse ring
  • Halifax child sex abuse ring
  • Keighley child sex abuse ring
  • Oxford child sex abuse ring
  • Peterborough sex abuse case
  • Rochdale child sex abuse ring
  • Rotherham child sexual exploitation scandal
  • Telford child sexual exploitation scandal

See also


  1. Special Eurobarometer, biotechnology, p. 204". Fieldwork: Jan-Feb 2010.
  2. UK among most sceptical in world about religion, The Telegraph, 2014
  3. Rishi Sunak tells GB News people are scared of calling out grooming gangs because of political correctness
  15. Rob Barras: "This is the Judge, Geoffrey Marson, responsible for the travesty of Justice today in the #UK namely the arrest and imprisonment of #TommyRobinson on Politically motivated trumped up charges" at Twitter
  16. Multiple references: