Diversity Is Our Strength! It's Also 1400 Sexually Assaulted Children In ONE English Town
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Like all primitive religions, multiculturalism demands human sacrifice, especially of children.  In the English city of Rotherham (population of about 250,000), 1400 children were beaten, raped, or trafficked from 1997 to 2013.  Some of the victims were even doused in gasoline and threatened with immolation.

Police treated victims with "contempt."  Government agencies knew about the abuse but did nothing.  And the problem may actually be understated.

How could this have happened?  How could such massive evil be tolerated?

As you can probably guess, it's because Muslims did it.  And it's better that our own children be raped than someone calls us a name.

The sexual abuse of about 1,400 children at the hands of Asian [Pakistani] men went unreported for 16 years because staff feared they would be seen as racist, a report said today.

Children as young as 11 were trafficked, beaten, and raped by large numbers of men between 1997 and 2013 in Rotherham, South Yorkshire, the council commissioned review into child protection revealed.

And shockingly, more than a third of the cases were already known to agencies.

But according to the report's author: 'several staff described their nervousness about identifying the ethnic origins of perpetrators for fear of being thought racist.'

[Revealed: How fear of being seen as racist stopped social workers from saving up to 1,400 children from sexual exploitation at the hands of Asian men in just ONE TOWN, by Mia de Graaf and Amanda Williams, Daily Mail, August 26, 2014]

Keep this case in mind when you read about someone in the media screaming about "rape culture" at a fraternity, or how Republican politicians "hate women," or about the need to police speech in order to avoid "triggering" people.

The systematic rape of hundreds of children in one town will draw no outrage from the mainstream media nor anger from reporters eager to express solidarity with looters and criminals.  There will be no marches or expressions of solidarity from feminists.

All this will simply be forgotten - and these abused children can live the rest of their lives being screeched at about how they are beneficiaries of "white privilege."

This is beyond crime.  This is occupation.

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