Liberal Culture Keeps Girls in Bondage to Muslim Sex Slave Ring

By Jim ONeill

“It isn’t so much that liberals are ignorant.  It’s just that they know so many things that aren’t so.”—Ronald Reagan (1911-2004), 40th POTUS.

They were the ones turning a blind eye to the rape. And why were they turning a blind eye? Because of the ethnicity of the rapists.  …The girls were abandoned only partly because so many made a cowardly choice to let a crime go unreported when they could not think of a “non-racist” way to describe it. They were also abandoned because of the way that these agencies tried to do good.

The process of “caring for children” was already bad; the distortions and systematic mendacity encouraged by the ideology of multiculturalism and racial and gender theorizing made it worse.  …From 1997 to 2013 it was imprudent to say anything like this, or even to mention the ethnicity and religion of the perpetrators: A Home Office researcher who tried to tell police and superiors what was going on was sent on a diversity training course instead.

…Every agency contributed to silencing the whistleblowers and abandoning the girls. Parents who acted to protect their daughters were ignored, harassed, even fined and arrested.—Sam Schulman “Rotherham’s Collaborators

We are continually told that Islam is a religion of peace. Notwithstanding the fact that it is commonplace now to read and hear about Muslim extremists committing beheadings, crucifixions, rapes, burying woman and children alive, sexually enslaving children, female genital mutilations, and honor killings, the PC police and the Muslim lobby label those of us willing to voice our concerns racists and Islamophobes as an attempt to silence and embarrass us.—Lauri B. Regan “Islamophobia? Hell Yes!”

Am I a “racist Islamaphobe?”  Well yes I am—glad you asked.  But I am getting ahead of myself—permit me to address the veracity of this article’s somewhat lengthy title.

Were young girls (some as young as 11) kept in bondage to a sexual-slave ring run out of Rotherham, UK?  Yes—1,400 at last count.  Were those running the ring Muslims?  Yes.  Did the liberal “sacred cows” ofmulticulturalism, intolerant “tolerance,”and Political Correctness; contribute to the girls plight being overlooked time and time again?  Yes.  Are girls (and boys) sexually abused in other UK locations besides Rotherham?  Oh yeah, too bloody right they are—andnot just in England either.

[Sidebar: I don’t usually call attention to the links I provide in my articles, but the link above at “intolerant tolerance” leads to “The Illusionist” by Robin Phillips— an exceptionally well written and succinct explanation of what was (is) behind the insidious and highly influential sophistry of Herbert Marcuse (1898-1979).  I recommend it as a short lesson or refresher on Critical Theory, polymorphous perversity (if it feels good do it), “liberating” tolerance (as opposed to “repressive” tolerance), and other leftist “tools of the trade”].

It is worth noticing that the Muslim-run sex slave operation I’m discussing did not happen in some far off “antique land,” but near at hand in “merry old England;” home to the Magna Carta, brollys, budgies, and “we shall fight on the beaches!”  Oh how the mighty have fallen.

We shall defend our island, whatever the cost may be, we shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall never surrender.—Winston Churchill (1874-1965)

Yes, well….

Moving right along:  why am I an Islamaphobe?  Before answering that question, let me briefly discuss the term itself.

Certain Muslims, no doubt taking note of the highly successful use of the term “homophobe,” took the “phobe” part and coined their own term: “Islamaphobe”—but what does it mean? Generally that depends on who you ask.

A phobia is, of course, a fear—so technically a homophobe is someone who fears homosexuals, and an Islamaphobe fears Muslims.  Do I fear Muslims?  Oh, absolutely—homosexuals not so much.  Actually, to be precise, it is not Muslims per se that I fear and abhor, but the rabid brand that is so ably represented by the barbaric savages of ISIS—and it is not so much that I fear Islam, so much as I am wary of it, and deeply concerned about some of its adherents.  If that makes me a “racist Islamaphobe,” so be it.  I’d rather be a live Islamaphobe than a dead idiot.

I freely admit to feeling on edge around folks with a penchant for chopping off heads,blowing themselves up, and stoning women to death—call me peculiar.

You might say, “But you are talking about Islamist fundamentalists, radicals, extremists—a small percentage of Muslims.”  Maybe so, but a “small percentage,” say 1%, still represents around 15 million Muslims (a recent Pew Research report stated there are around 1.6 billion Muslims world-wide), and that’s a lot of deranged Muslims if you ask me (and unfortunately their numbers appear to be growing exponentially).  As the saying goes, “It’s not paranoia when they are out to get you

In any event, if you have not done so yet, I would suggest that you educate yourself regarding Islam—both the extremist versions (which includes the official state religion of Saudi Arabia—Wahhabism, or Salafism), and the “moderate” versions.  If nothing else, you will find that the episodes of Islamic extremism that the world is currently suffering are nothing but the latest flare-ups of a long, long, long conflict.

You might want to pay special attention to the gambit of Islamic “lawfare,” which has been used to great effect to stifle any actions or mutterings that are deemed to be “harmful” to Islam.  For example, this is from a recent article posted in Germany—but it could have been written about any Western country:

Critics of Islamic ideology and its organizations are constantly confronted with lawsuits and have to legally defend themselves against the accusations of blasphemy or incitement-to-hatred, Even if it does not come to a conviction, such processes cost a lot of time and money, which in many cases includes one’s reputation and possibly even his or her job. Thus, also in the West, we are experiencing an increasing de factoapplication of Islamic law in matters of Islam.

Felix Strüning as quoted in The Islamization of Germany in 2013

The late Italian journalist/author Oriana Fallaci knew all about the perils of “dissing” Islam.  The daughter of a communist cabinet maker, she worked as an Italian partisanopposing fascists during WW II, and for many years was a darling of the left—but she gradually became alarmed at what she saw as a Muslim takeover of Europe and (horrors) wrote about it, thereby forfeiting her leftist “street cred.” She went from liberal darling to “racist pariah,” and became a target of PC lawfare.

She also became hip to the fact that fascism is a variation of Marxist ideology (a kissing cousin to communism), and that it is in no way connected with true right-wing (i.e. limited government) views.  She compared communism and fascism to two soccer teams opposing each other on the field, but secretly playing for the same “side” (although most of the players remain ignorant of the collusion).

And there are moments when I curse myself for not having understood it earlier: for having let myself be fooled by the two soccer-teams for so long.  Dammit.

Orianna Fallaci “The Force of Reason” p. 206

The list of Europeans silenced by Islamic lawfare is rather long

But I digress.  As I was saying, Ms. Fallaci found herself the victim of PC lawfare:

In Italy, the late Oriana Fallaci, a journalist and author, was taken to court for writing that Islam “brings hate instead of love and

slavery instead of freedom.” In November 2002, a judge in Switzerland, acting on a lawsuit brought by Islamic Center of Geneva, issued an arrest warrant for Fallaci for violations of Article 261 of the Swiss criminal code; the judge asked the Italian government either to prosecute or extradite her. The Italian Justice Ministry rejected this request on the grounds that the Italian Constitution protects freedom of speech.

But in May 2005, the Union of Islamic Communities in Italy (UCOII), a group that is linked to the Muslim Brotherhood, filed a lawsuit against Fallaci, charging that “some of the things she said in her book ‘The Force of Reason’ are offensive to Islam.” An Italian judge ordered Fallaci to stand trial in Bergamo on charges of “defaming Islam.” Fallaci died of cancer in September 2006, just months after the start of her trial.

Soeren KernFree Speech Found Guilty by Europe

Unfortunately, Oriana Fallaci has plenty of company: Retired French actress Bridget Bardot has been convicted and fined five times for “inciting racial hatred” after making public “inflammatory” observations such as her belief that Islam is spreading rapidly through her native France “while our church bells fall silent.”  Has the woman no shame?

The list of Europeans silenced by Islamic lawfare is rather long, so we will bid Ms. Bardot and others adieu and move along.  (In case you are wondering when Islamic lawfare might arrive on our shores—it’s already here. It has been here for quite some time actually.  The fact that the Main Stream Media has been strangely silent on the subject speaks volumes, does it not)?  Be that as it may, it is time to wrap things up.

I will close with a quote from Dietrich Bonhoeffer, who was executed (death by hanging) in a Nazi concentration camp shortly before the end of WW II:

Silence in the face of evil is itself evil: God will not hold us guiltless.  Not to speak is to speak.  Not to act is to act.

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