Tuesday, August 15, 2017

UK: Liberals go into meltdown over newspaper article: "What do we do about the Muslim problem?"

(UK) The popular Sun newspaper published a comment yesterday, and boy has it offended those who find offence everywhere they look. Written by Trevor Kavanagh, he spoke out after the latest court case regarding child rape gangs found guilty, what links them all and why the left (and the media) remain silent on that link:
The most significant LSE poll finding is not on the economy but on border controls. Even Remainers want to halt free movement. Terrorist attacks here and across Europe will have heightened anxiety. So will mounting anger over the way some young, single migrant men treat Western women. Sweden fears it is losing its identity as a nation. Germany is fighting a wave of rape and other sex crimes. Greece, Italy and Spain are swamped by a tide of immigration which is changing the face of Europe for ever. Hungary and Poland refuse point-blank to accept new- comers. And still the EU has no coherent policy for dealing with the millions more on their way. But there is one unspoken fear, gagged by political correctness, which links Britain and the rest of Europe.

The common denominator, almost unsayable until last week’s furore over Pakistani sex gangs, is Islam. Thanks to former equalities chief Trevor Phillips, and Labour MPs such as Rotherham’s Sarah Champion, it is acceptable to say Muslims are a specific rather than a cultural problem. One of the Pakistani perverts starkly identified the gulf between some Muslim men and the white British women they regard as prey: “They are good for one thing, for me to f*** and use like trash.” That goes for the Albanian and Bulgarian child sex traffickers setting up shop across Britain.The abuse of women by Muslims, says Trevor Phillips, is “on an industrial scale”. “What the perpetrators have in common is their proclaimed faith. They are Muslims, and many of them would claim to be practising.

“It is not Islamophobic to point this out.”

He blames the BBC for trying to divert attention over last week’s sex gang convictions by headlining the “utterly routine” police use of a convicted child abuser to infiltrate the gangs. British authorities have long deliberately disregarded Muslim sex crimes — soon likely to be a racist offence itself — including outrages such as female genital mutilation and “honour” killings. Such contemptible treatment of women, including Muslim women, is not just despicable — it would have been inconceivable here on such a scale only a few years ago. The problem began with Tony Blair opening the doors to mass immigration and silencing critics by branding them “racist”. It was turbocharged when German Chancellor Angela Merkel indiscriminately waved in a million more so-called refugees from Africa, Afghanistan and Pakistan. One day soon, if Philip Hammond and Liam Fox are right, we will be back in charge of immigration.

What will we do about The Muslim Problem then?
Well, as you can guess, the ethical latte drinkers don't like it when they are told to face the facts. Which is hundreds of men have been arrested across the land on charges of raping little white girls (not black, brown or even Islamic, but white non-Islamic girls). The vast majority are Pakistani and nearly all (around 99.99999%) are Islamic. Yet nobody wants to face that, in fact, it has been found (time and time again) that these child rapists remained free because people who could have done something about it, didn't because they didn't want to be labelled as racist if they reported it.

A number of brave people in positions of authority have (as Kavanagh states) pointed out the common link, yet still the vast majority refuse to accept the truth and continue to peddle the myth that Islam is a religion of peace and that these allegations (actually fact) are nothing more than 'Islamophobic' and by default 'racist' statements'. At this moment in time, over 100 members of Parliament have complained about the above piece, trying to emulate when King Henry II of England in 1170 uttered the immortal words:
"Will no one rid me of the turbulent priest".
Which led to the murder of the Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Becket. However, I am talking about British MPs (and their sycophants) who use slander, misinformation and character assassination as their weapons of choice instead of knives. So they have knocked an open letter in which to vilify Kavanagh:

The irony here is that Naz Shah, the MP behind all of this, was suspended for being an anti-Semite:






However, the Labour party lifted her suspension after a couple of months. The same Labour party which gave a peerage to the human rights wanker who on investigating anti-Semitism within the socialist Labour party said there wasn't any. Yet when somebody actually points out the truth, these very same champions of free speech and human rights, come out with:

"Will no one rid me of the turbulent reporter?"