The Blessings of Diversity: Sex-Crimes 101 with Statistical Sue

V is for Vibrancy

You know how it goes. You wait months for a depraved-gang-rape-and-child-prostitution trial —and then two come along at once:

Asian grooming gang convicted of appalling acts of depravity on children

Police and social services have apologised for the failings and missed opportunities that allowed a gang of men to carry out appalling abuse on young girls in Oxford for six years.

When Thames Valley Police was first made aware of allegations of rape and sexual assault against teenagers in August 2006 — and on at least three further occasions — it failed to pursue the investigations after the terrified victims withdrew their complaints. Seven men of Asian [= Pakistani] or North African origin were found guilty of grooming six vulnerable white girls before putting them through a “living hell” during which they were forced to commit acts of “extreme depravity”. In a case that bears harrowing similarities to the Rochdale grooming scandal, carefully chosen victims were showered with gifts and plied with alcohol and drugs before being subjected to years of terrifying abuse.

The gang recruited its victims from the Oxford area between May 2004 and January last year, deliberately targeting vulnerable girls. … Once under their control the abusers forced the girls to have sex using threats of extreme violence. Some were gang-raped, while others were prostituted to men who would travel from all parts of the country to have sex with them. If the girls did not comply, they were beaten and burned with cigarettes. One girl was even branded with her abusers’ initials. When another victim became pregnant aged 12, she was forced to undergo a dangerous backstreet abortion. Another was abused with sex toys to “prepare” her for one of the gang rapes. …

A serious case review has been announced while Thames Valley Police and Oxfordshire county council apologised for their failure to spot the pattern of abuse earlier. Det Chief Sup Rob Mason said: “Thames Valley Police and Oxfordshire county council social services deeply regret that this activity wasn’t identified sooner and that we were too reliant on victims supporting criminal proceedings, and that they suffered a terrible ordeal.” Joanna Simons, the chief executive of Oxfordshire county council, also apologised to the victims. She said: “We are incredibly sorry we were not able to stop it any sooner. We were up against a gang of devious criminals. The girls thought they were their friends.”

… The case is the latest high-profile trial involving Asian gangs convicted of targeting and abusing vulnerable white girls. Last May eight men of Pakistani origin and one Afghan were convicted of trafficking and raping girls in the Rochdale area. Last week a gang of Asian men who groomed vulnerable white girls in Shropshire between 2006 and 2009 were jailed for more than 50 years. Mohammed Shafiq, the chief executive of the Ramadhan Foundation, said: “The majority of Asians from all backgrounds abhor these crimes these criminals have brought shame on themselves and their families and the wider Asian communities. We have to use our faith to actually tell how horrific these crimes are and how forbidden they are in our faith.” Two sets of brothers, Akhtar Dogar, 32, and Anjum Dogar, 31, and Mohammed Karrar, 38, and Bassam Karrar, 33, were convicted with Kamar Jamil, 27, Assad Hussain, 32, and Zeeshan Ahmed, 27. (Asian grooming gang convicted of appalling acts of depravity on children, The Daily Telegraph, 17 May 2013)

Horror of Telford girls’ sex abuse ordeal

Today the Shropshire Star can finally tell the horrific story of sexual abuse and exploitation of schoolgirls by a group of men in Telford. … Today’s High Court ruling brings to an end a three-year investigation into a child prostitution ring in Telford. Youth workers first raised the alarm when teenage girls in Wellington, some as young as 13, started telling them the same stories about men they were seeing. The subsequent police investigation, dubbed Operation Chalice, revealed details of a network of men from the Muslim community who targeted young and vulnerable teenage girls.

After West Mercia Police’s investigation into suspected under-age sex and child prostitution, seven men were finally convicted in cases stretching over two years. Four experienced judges have heard distressing evidence from four young women, who were aged 13 to 16 when they were abused during a two-year period between 2007 and 2009. The leading players in the abuse were brothers, Ahdel and Mubarek Ali, who received long jail sentences after an eight-week trial. Ahdel Ali, 25, was given a 26-year extended sentence – 18 years’ immediate custody with an additional eight-year period on licence after release. His 29-year-old brother, Mubarek Ali, was given 22 years, 14 years’ immediate custody and eight years on licence, for seven offences – four of controlling child prostitution, causing child prostitution and two offences of trafficking in the UK for the purpose of prostitution, involving two of the victims. Both men were made the subject of lifelong Sexual Offences Prevention Orders.

Also convicted were Mohammed Ali Sultan, 26; Tanveer Ahmed, 40; Mohammed Islam Choudhrey, 53; Mahroof Khan, 35, and Mohammed Younis, 60. This afternoon, Detective Chief Inspector Neil Jamieson, who was the senior investigating officer on Operation Chalice, said: “We are pleased with the convictions we have achieved as a result of this operation – an operation that is among the most complex West Mercia Police has ever undertaken. The convictions are the result of several years’ hard work from an investigative team that at times has contained more than 50 police officers. …”

Laura Johnston, director of children’s services at Telford & Wrekin Council, said alarm bells first started to ring when council staff working with young people realised some young women were talking about seeing the same men and being taken to the same places. Mrs Johnston said: “It was as a result of this that the police were alerted and we continued to work very closely with the police as the investigation that became Operation Chalice developed, ultimately leading to the subsequent successfully prosecuted court case. It has been extremely difficult for the victims, who were all vulnerable young women. We are pleased that the judicial process has resulted in a number of convictions and consequent jail sentences. We have been clear from the start that this is purely about criminal behaviour by a few individuals.” (Horror of Telford girls’ sex abuse ordeal, The Shropshire Star, 10 May, 2013)

The anti-Jihadist web-site Gates of Vienna (GOV) has invented a statistical technique called the Mohammed Coefficient. When applied to a vibrant crime, it involves dividing the total number of criminals into the number of criminals named after the chief Islamic Prophet, then expressing the result as a percentage. I am sure that all decent, right-thinking people will be shocked and appalled by GOV’s Islamophobia and ignorance. It should of course be called the Muhammad Coefficient, ideally with a dot under the “h.” For the two crimes above, the Muhammad Coefficient is, respectively, a disappointingly un-vibrant 14% and a much more oscillatory 42%.

The Many and the Few

The Islamic Coefficient, on the other hand, is 100% and 100%. Now, no-one could possibly claim that all sex-crimes in the United Kingdom are committed by Muslims and other enriched individuals of vibrant/oscillatory non-White heritage. But there are hints here and there in the data that they are committing a disproportionate number of sex-crimes. Even perhaps a grossly disproportionate number. What are we to make of this? Well, let’s recall the wise words of Laura Johnston, director of children’s services at Telford & Wrekin Council: “We have been clear from the start that this is purely about criminal behaviour by a few individuals.” Ms Johnston’s advanced qualifications in Sociology or Child-Welfare Studies are obviously paying dividends: she has noticed that child rape and child prostitution constitute “criminal behaviour.” Fortunately, she is clear that this behaviour was confined to “a few individuals” and was “purely” criminal.

However, those “few individuals” came from small, close-knit communities in which little business remains private for long. Those “few individuals” may have abused up to a hundred girls. Those “few individuals” were responsible for one of the “most complex” operations “ever undertaken” by West Mercia Police, involving “several years’ hard work from an investigative team that at times has contained more than 50 police officers.” So a “few individuals,” all of Muslim heritage, have inflicted huge suffering and expense on many non-Muslims. Meanwhile, in Oxford, a “few” more “individuals,” all of Muslim heritage, were also inflicting huge suffering and expense on many non-Muslims.

And the same thing was happening in Rochdale. And in Rotherham. And in Derby. And in Oldham. And, of course, in Bradford, that stronghold of vibrancy, where “at least 30 men have been arrested in the past few months over child sex-grooming allegations.” No, make that “54 suspects.” Nor has London, Britain’s Ground Zero of Vibrant Enrichment, been left out: “The Metropolitan police are setting up a specialist unit to counter Rochdale-style child sex abuse in London.”

And why stop at the UK? All across the West the same pattern holds true: day in, day out, a “few individuals” of vibrant non-European heritage are inflicting huge suffering and expense on many people not lucky enough to share that heritage. But Laura Johnston thinks all this is “purely about criminal behaviour.”

My conclusion? Laura Johnston, director of children’s services at Telford & Wrekin Council, is either a liar or a half-wit. Given her advanced qualifications, I doubt that she’s a half-wit.

Devious and Complicated

But one swallow doesn’t make a summer. So let’s turn to another highly qualified woman who is passionately committed to child welfare: Joanna Simons, the chief executive of Oxfordshire county council. Here is her description of the crimes committed under her jurisdiction:

We are incredibly sorry we were not able to stop it any sooner. We were up against a gang of devious criminals. The girls thought they were their friends… These are devious crimes that are very complicated. (See here and here)

Now that you’ve absorbed those words of wisdom, examine an example of how devious and complicated the crimes were:

Karrar was brazen in his exploitation of Girl D and acted in the belief that the authorities would never challenge him – something that for years proved to be true. Isolated, terrified and dependant on the drugs she was being fed, she summoned up the courage to report Karrar to the police twice; once in May 2005 and again in 2007. Nothing happened. Social workers also knew and did not act. One told the court it was the “general consensus” of the staff in her care home that she was being groomed. In 2007, while Girl D was on a trip with a social worker, Karrar and his brother repeatedly called her mobile phone. When her social worker answered one of the calls, Karrar told him: “If you don’t get her I’ll fuck you up, I’ll fuck her up and I’ll fuck her mum up.” Such was her fear of Karrar – who had raped her again in 2011 when she confronted him about the way she had been treated – that Girl D initially refused to enter the courtroom at the Old Bailey. She eventually gave evidence via videolink from a secure room in the building. (Oxford gang skillfully groomed young victims then sold them for £600 a time, The Guardian, 14 May 2013)

That is how the “devious” criminals evaded detection for so long: by issuing open threats to council employees. Here are further examples of how devious and complicated the crimes were:

In the early hours of the morning Detective Chief Inspector Simon Morton stared at a whiteboard covered in the names of scores of men and young girls. Many of the girls had been reported missing, then turned up again in the city, only to be reported missing again. Some of the men were local, others came from Bradford and elsewhere in the UK. “I remember it very clearly,” he said. “It all became clear. They were selling young girls for sex and what I was looking at was an organised crime group at the centre.”

It was this realisation which – after years of mistakes and failures by the police and social services – led to a watershed being crossed. The officer had begun his inquiries knowing nothing of the repeated failed investigations by Thames Valley into single incidents reported by some of the young victims. The girls and some of their abusers crossed the police and social services radar multiple times over the years. In 2006 alone the police received four complaints from young girls about the men – with corroborative accounts of their activities in some cases.

One victim made two complaints in 2006, on one occasion saying she had been held against her will by two Asian men, and later that she had had sex with Akhtar Dogar and another man in a park in exchange for drugs. She told the police: “They’re doing it to other girls, little girls with their school uniforms on.” Dogar was questioned but denied rape, saying the girl had mistaken him for another man. The investigation ended there. Another girl – known in court as Girl C – was found in 2006 in the basement of the Nanford guest house in Oxford distressed, crying and shaking. She told police she had been drugged, raped and smacked in the face repeatedly. But the investigation was dropped when the girl withdrew her complaint. In 2007 and in 2008, Girl D told the police and social services about Mohammed Karrar, telling officers she had been raped by him. She said she was told it would only be possible to get the men on drugs charges and she decided to “walk away from it”.

Social workers were also aware that Asian men were grooming schoolgirls. One said: “Nine out of 10 of the social workers responsible for the individuals were aware of what was going on.” But no one did anything to put the evidence and intelligence together. (Oxford child sex abuse ring: how police overcame past mistakes to jail gang, The Guardian, 14 May 2013)

You know, before I began reading about this case I was sure that English was my mother-tongue. But I can’t make head or tail of some of the language used in the report above. It talks about investigations “failing” and being “dropped.” That just doesn’t make sense. Investigations “fail” for lack of evidence. But there was abundant evidence. The police “drop” investigations when the crimes aren’t serious or can’t be proved. But the crimes were very serious and were easy to prove. The problem, we’re told, was that no-one was “putting the evidence and intelligence together.” At the same time, “nine out of ten” social workers “were aware of what was going on.” So “nine out of ten” apparently means the same as “no-one,” and vice versa. Do you see why I have doubts about English being my mother-tongue?

I also thought I had some basic grasp of English law. For example, I once believed all these things: That any form of sex between an adult male and a girl below the age of consent was a serious crime. That the girl did not need to make a “complaint” for the police to investigate, gather forensic evidence, and prosecute. That an actual complaint of rape by a “distressed, crying and shaking” under-aged girl would make the police even more determined to carry out their duty. That the police would be highly suspicious if the girl “withdrew her complaint” – which they didn’t need in any case.

But apparently my grasp of English law is inadequate: the police, having witnessed the distress of an under-aged girl and received a complaint of rape from her, “dropped” their investigation when she “withdrew” her complaint. Oh, and that distress makes me even more puzzled about Joanna Simons’ claim that “the girls” thought the criminals were “their friends”:

The youngest victim, Girl D, was subjected to some of the most extreme violence. … She met Mohammed Karrar when she was a small child of 11. Put simply, she said she was “sold” to him by another man, who is still at large. Karrar, whom she knew as Mo, had complete control over her, she said. “If he wanted me to do something I would do it. [He said] if he wanted me to eat shit, I would eat shit.” When she was 12 he branded her “so people knew I was his”. Karrar and his brother Bassam repeatedly beat and raped her. The brothers arranged for her to be repeatedly gang-raped by groups of men. When she fell pregnant Karrar arranged a backstreet abortion in a room at the back of a house in Reading. When she was 12-and-a-half he struck her on the head with a baseball bat and raped her with it while she was unconscious. On another occasion he injected her with heroin. (Ibid.)

Repeated beating and rape = friendship. Branding = friendship. Raping with baseball bat = friendship. I’m again starting to wonder if English is my mother-tongue. Finally, here is another example of how “complicated” the crimes were: “Girl C said that when the men asked her to recruit younger girls, they specified that they wanted only white girls” (Ibid.). So only White girls were wanted by only non-White abusers who were issuing open threats to council employees. And Joanna Simons thinks that makes the crimes “devious” and “complicated.”

My conclusion? Joanna Simons, the chief executive of Oxfordshire county council, is either a liar or a half-wit. Given her advanced qualifications, I doubt that she’s a half-wit.

Stats with Sue

So let’s try even higher up the hierarchy of child-welfare. In 2012, a highly qualified woman with the fine old English name of Sue Berelowitz issued a report on “child sexual exploitation” in England. Alas, despite her qualifications, passionate commitment to child-welfare, etc, Ms Berelowitz was then subject to “unhelpful” and “puzzling” criticism:

Children’s commissioner defends child sex abuse report

Deputy commissioner Sue Berelowitz says criticism of report into child sexual exploitation is unhelpful

The office of the children’s commissioner has defended its report into the extent of child sexual exploitation (CSE) in England, calling criticism “unhelpful” and “puzzling” and insisting its figures are “robust”. The report revealed that 16,500 children were at high risk of sexual exploitation and 2,409 had been sexually exploited in a 14-month period. It met with immediate criticism following its publication on Tuesday – with unnamed sources questioning the reliability of the numbers, while others accused it of failing to address a particular problem of the targeting of white girls by networks of British Pakistani men. … Berelowitz said the lack of comprehensive figures of perpetrators of sexual exploitation made it impossible to draw nationwide conclusions about ethnicity. The Times reported that the education secretary, Michael Gove, and senior government ministers “believe the report deliberately plays down the role of Asian abusers” and quoted an education source as saying: “Political correctness will not get in the way of preventing and uncovering child abuse.”

The report identified 1,514 perpetrators, of which 43% were white and 33% were “Asian” (compared to 87% and 7% of the population). But in 68% of submissions in the call for evidence no information at all was provided about perpetrators. The data on the 1,514 perpetrators came from 30 agencies covering 13 police areas. A table on page 99 of the report reveals that one police area submitted details of about 500 perpetrators while others submitted no details at all – a fact that could influence ethnicity figures, said Berelowitz. “It is impossible to guess the ethnic makeup of that 68%. It is a very incomplete picture,” she said. “We thought long and hard about publishing these figures and concluded we had to in the interests of transparency. We are not trying to hide anything. But it would be very irresponsible to make conclusions without 68% of the data.” She added that intense focus on the model of exploitation used in Derby and Rotherham – where men of Pakistani origin were found guilty of grooming white girls for sex – could have led to the proactive recording of Asian males in some areas. “Nowhere do we deny that this is happening. Yes there is an issue for a particular community in a particular area, but even in Rotherham we have seen recent cases of white males using the same modus operandi,” she said. “It is so dangerous not to hold in mind that there are lots of different models that co-exist.” (Children’s commissioner defends child sex abuse report, 21 November 2012)

I’m struck by that phrase: “the proactive recording of Asian males.” Does it mean that innocent Asian males would be falsely recorded as sex-criminals? No, it means that actual Asian sex-criminals would be recorded as actual Asians. Ms Berelowitz apparently prefers the statistical technique used in Oxford, where proactive un-recording of Asian males was in force: “Karrar was brazen in his exploitation of Girl D and acted in the belief that the authorities would never challenge him – something that for years proved to be true” (see here). This proactive un-recording may help explain why “68% of the data” on ethnicity is lacking.

But Ms Berelowitz doesn’t condemn this widespread failure to record ethnicity. This is puzzling when you consider how helpful it would be to her in her tireless quest to protect vulnerable children from sexual exploitation. Alas, as things stand, it is “impossible to guess the ethnic makeup of that 68%” – according to Ms Berelowitz.

Zero point eight per cent

However, despite her advanced qualifications in child-welfare, Ms Berelowitz seems to have little grasp of statistics. Of the 1,514 perpetrators whose ethnicity was recorded, “43% were white” and “33% were Asian.” This compares to “87% and 7% of the population.” But “white” and “Asian” are very crude categories. How many of the “whites” were native British and how many of the “Asians” were non-Muslim, for example? It would be very useful for Ms Berelowitz to know, because it would help her better understand the “lots of different models” of child sex-exploitation. But she doesn’t call for better statistics. Again, this is puzzling. She desperately wants to end child sex-exploitation, but she doesn’t want the tools to do the job. However, on the crude statistics she supplies, Asians are approximately overrepresented by well over 4 times their percentage of the population.

Despite these extremely strong statistical patterns, Sue Berelowitz alleges that it is “impossible to guess the ethnic makeup” of perpetrators whose ethnicity is not recorded. My conclusion? Sue Berelowitz, the UK’s Deputy Children’s Commissioner, is either a liar or a half-wit. Given her advanced qualifications, I doubt that she’s a half-wit.

So I’m forced to the conclusion that, she, like Laura Johnston and Joanna Simons, is a liar. Which makes three liars in positions of high authority. As James Bond was told by Goldfinger: “Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. The third time it’s enemy action.”

“177 Asian men, including a police officer”

Yes, it’s enemy action all right. Sue “Impossible to Guess” Berelowitz, Joanna “Devious and Complicated” Simons and Laura “A Few Individuals” Johnston are part of a bureaucratic elite that pretends concern for child-welfare, but in fact has been promoting sex-crimes against White girls for decades. Why were non-White criminals in Oxford “brazen” in their “exploitation” of under-aged White girls? Why did they “specify” that they wanted “only white girls” to abuse? Because they knew that, as non-Whites committing crimes against Whites, they could rely on the complicity of the authorities. A simple societal “model” has applied in every case: Whites are malignant racists and bigots, non-Whites are the saintly victims of racism and bigotry. Non-Whites must always be supported against their oppressors. That is why, for decades, the authorities failed to stop depraved crimes against White children and teenagers. Here, for example, are the words of the “Rotherham Safeguarding Children Board”:

Such crimes had cultural characteristics. … there are sensitivities of ethnicity with potential to endanger the harmony of community-relations. Great care will be taken in drafting this report to ensure that its findings embrace Rotherham’s qualities of diversity. It is imperative that suggestions of a wider cultural phenomenon are avoided. (See here)

George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four got only the date wrong. In the novel, the Ministry of Truth oversees lies and the Ministry of Love oversees torture. In twenty-first century Britain, a “Safeguarding Children Board” promoted sex-crimes against children. Meanwhile, the police were busy collaborating with the sex-criminals:

Police went to a house outside which a father was demanding the release of his daughter, who was inside with a group of British Pakistani adults. Officers found the girl, 14, who had been drugged, under a bed. The father and his daughter were arrested for racial harassment and assault respectively. Police left, leaving three men at the house with two more girls. Two terrified girls who were dragged into a car and driven to Bristol to be used for sex as part of a drugs deal phoned support workers to seek help … officers rescued them and returned them to Sheffield … South Yorkshire Police did not question them about the incident.

In two cases, police officers responded to missing persons reports but left the young women with the suspected abuser, concluding she was safe. When the parents attempted to intervene they were threatened with arrest and charged with breach of the peace. A girl’s mother copied the names, addresses and text messages of 177 Asian men, including a police officer, from her daughter’s mobile phone after the 13-year-old went missing for five days. Police said that using the information would infringe on the girl’s and the men’s human rights.

In 2002, the confidential report of a Home-Office funded research project considered a series of Rotherham case studies. It criticised police for in all cases treating young victims as deviant and promiscuous while the men they were found with were never questioned or investigated. Denis MacShane, MP for Rotherham, said he was appalled that in several meetings with senior South Yorkshire police officers to discuss internal trafficking ‘no one has ever revealed or even hinted at the important allegations made by The Times’ …

Throughout this period, Rotherham council has failed to accept the role of ethnicity and culture in such group offending. Earlier this year, this newspaper [The Times] revealed how the town’s safeguarding children board censored a report into the murder of a 17-year-old girl to conceal the ethnicity of the British Pakistani men suspected of using her for sex from the age of 11. (See here.)

Neo-Cons and Knuckle-Draggers

Note the appearance of Denis MacShane, the slug-like neo-conservative who somehow failed to notice what was going on in his wonderful constituency of Rotherham for so many years. Puzzlingly, the knuckle-dragging fascists of the British National Party (BNP), against whom the Oxford-educated MacShane still tirelessly campaigns, were well aware of the sex-crimes being committed in Rotherham and other British towns and cities. When the BNP leader Nick Griffin mentioned these crimes in a private speech, the response of the British authorities was to put him on trial not once but twice, with the eager support of the free-speech enthusiast Denis MacShane. If the authorities had listened to Griffin instead of prosecuting him, this girl might still be alive – please note the “devious” way in which her killer sent self-incriminating texts:

Groomed for sex at 12, stabbed to death at 17: Shocking life of white teenage mother murdered after Asian lover rejected her child

• Laura Wilson, 17, identified as “at risk” of sexual exploitation in 2005

A teenage student stabbed to death and dumped in a canal was groomed for sexual exploitation by adults from the age of 12, it has been revealed. Laura Wilson, 17, had been tracked by social services since 2005 after she was identified as being “at risk” of sexual exploitation by British Pakistani men. But their work focused on other girls who were more closely associated with abusers in Rotherham, South Yorkshire. The white teenager was the victim of a cycle of sexual abuse and little was done to help her, Laura’s family have claimed.

Rather than removing her from the situation, social services only carried out “preventative” work to stop her falling into the clutches of abusers. The student was murdered in October last year [2010] after bringing “shame” on two Asian families. She had a brief fling with married Ishaq Hussain, now 22, and became pregnant with his child while she was in a sexual relationship with Ashitaq Asghar. A few days before she was murdered and dumped in the canal she had revealed to the two families that she had had affairs with both men. … Asghar pleaded guilty to murder in May, while yesterday a Sheffield Crown Court jury cleared 22-year-old Mr Hussain of Laura’s murder after deliberating for nearly 11 hours. Prosecutor Nicholas Campbell QC told the trial that Mr Hussain and Asghar mounted a “mission to kill” Laura. They adopted the language of the cult British film Four Lions, a dark comedy about Islamic terrorists plotting an attack which was filmed in Sheffield and which they had both seen.

Asghar sent a series of texts to Mr Hussain using language from the film. Asghar talked about buying a “shooter” for £400 and he boasted about bringing his “hit list” out. In fact, said Mr Campbell, the murder weapon of choice turned out to be a knife. In one message Asghar [sent] to Hussain the day before she died, [he said]: “I’m gonna send that kaffir (non-Muslim) b**** straight to hell”. Mr Campbell QC described Laura as “embracing life with gusto and she was an attractive and popular girl”.

Hussain told the jury he did not plot anything with Asghar and there was no plan to kill Laura. Simon Csoka, representing Mr Hussain, said his client “was an unfaithful philanderer whose attitude to women absolutely stinks… but although he’s guilty of many things, he’s not guilty of murder”. The Rotherham Safeguarding Children Board have carried out an investigation into Laura’s death and the findings will be published in around a month.

Chairman Alan Hazell said more could have been done to help the teenager. “Whilst not wishing to pre-empt that report, it is clear that Laura’s situation was very complex, which made it difficult for agencies to engage with her. However, there were times when agencies may have worked differently or more effectively. All agencies which had links with Laura have taken part in the review and have already shown a strong commitment to learn any lessons the case has highlighted. This commitment has already been reflected in the work done to improve services for children and young people in the borough following challenge from the Government.” He added that the case had been both “complex and tragic”.

Laura’s links with Risky Business – the town’s child exploitation project – Risky Business, and the fact that the relevant authorities knew she was having under-age sex with Pakistani men did not come up in the murder trial and has never been publicly acknowledged, the Times reported. Earlier this year an investigation by the same newspaper triggered an assessment of street grooming. The Times uncovered a pattern of child-sex offending involving Pakistani men and girls aged 12 to 16. (Groomed for sex at 12, stabbed to death at 17, The Daily Mail, 2 December 2011)

So “Chairman” Alan Hazell trumpets a “strong commitment to learn any lessons the case has highlighted.” Yes, it’s not until native British girls are raped with baseball bats or stabbed to death and thrown into canals that we can learn the “lessons” of allowing mass immigration from Third World countries full of violence and misogyny. I mean, whoever could have foreseen any of this? Who could have guessed that violent misogynists would display both violence and misogyny? Apart from evil, fact-based racists like Enoch Powell and Nick Griffin, that is.

Chairman Alan Hazell also thinks the child-abuse and murder in Rotherham were “complex,” just as Chief Executive Joanna Simons thinks the gang-rapes in Oxford were “complicated.” In fact, neither set of crimes was complex or complicated: they were simple cases of politicians, bureaucrats and the police assisting non-White men to commit sex-crimes against White girls. In at least one case, this has resulted in the girl being murdered. But in no case at all have any politicians, bureaucrats or police been disciplined or dismissed, let alone prosecuted, for assisting the commission of serious crimes.

Why not? That is also simple: Because the enemy bureaucracy is still in control and doesn’t intend to prosecute itself. But one day, one way or another, it will lose control. After that, the politicians, bureaucrats and police can be put on trial for their collaboration and treachery. If they are found guilty, I think they should then be sent to serve their sentences in Third World countries. Prison-space will be cheap to hire there and the elite criminals can get down-and-dirty with some of the vibrancy they’ve lavished on non-elite Britons since the Second World War. So non-elite tax-payers will benefit and the elite will learn more valuable lessons about Third World culture.

A win-win situation if ever there was one.

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