UK Newspaper Whitewashes Religious Affiliation of Rotherham Muslim Grooming Gang
Everyone knows that the infamous Rotherham grooming gang — that terrorized, raped, and abused children while authorities looked the other way — was made up almost exclusively of Muslim men. Everyone knows it, but not everyone will report it. The UK Independent published an article on Tuesday by Lizzie Dearden with the headline: "Home Office had information on Rotherham grooming gangs in 2002 but failed to act." The article does not mention the words "Muslim" or "Islam," nor does it mention the ethnicity of the perpetrators even once. Instead, the Independent chose to name only the lone white guy convicted in the scandal:
Five men have so far been convicted over the excuse and the National Crime Agency expects the total to rise after the completion of several further trials due to start this year, and more than 20 ongoing investigations. The most recent abuser jailed was 42-year-old Tony Chapman, who was imprisoned for 25 years in May for raping two girls and indecently assaulting another.
Who were the others? According to Wikipedia, they were:
Why did the Independent leave them out? Could they be trying to hide what everyone already knows but no one in the UK wants to admit? The entire reason these children were abused for so long without authorities doing anything about it was out of fear of being called racist if they went after Muslim men. The Independent admits that — without saying the men were Muslim, of course:
A report by Alexis Jay exposed "blatant" failures by police and the Labour-run local council, where officials feared racism accusations at the time.
Never mind that "Muslim" isn't a race:
I guess it slipped by the Independent that several of the accused actually shouted "Allahu Akbar" in court! According to the UK Daily Mail:
Members of a Rotherham sex gang today yelled "Allahu Akbar" in court as they were jailed for abusing a girl who fell pregnant aged 12 after being groomed with alcohol. Six men were given sentences between 10 years and 20 years - and totalling more than 80 years - by a judge who heard details of how two young girls were sexually abused in the South Yorkshire town between 1999 and 2001.
But who knows what their motive was?
The list of Muslim men involved in the multiple cases is almost impossible to keep up with. Here are some more names of men charged and/or convicted in other Rotherham trials via Wikipedia:
But the Independent is only interested in a guy with the last name Chapman.
One has to wonder when the Brits will tire of the absolute snow job their media and government is embroiled in while British children suffer at the hands of Third World imports.