From The Telegraph
1,000 children may have been victims in Britain’st biggest ever child abuse scandalBy Callum Adams11 MARCH 2018 • 4:23PMUp to 1,000 children could have been abused in Britain’s biggest ever child abuse scandal, an investigation has revealed.Hundreds of children, some as young as 11, are estimated to have been drugged, beaten and raped over a 40-year period in the town of Telford.Lucy Allan, the Conservative MP for Telford, has called for an inquiry into child sexual exploitation, saying the latest reports were “extremely serious and shocking”. She has previously called for a “Rotherham-style inquiry” into the allegations.“There must now be an independent inquiry into child sexual exploitation in Telford so that our community can have absolute confidence in the authorities,” she told the Sunday Mirror.The investigation claims that allegations dating back to the 1980s were mishandled by authorities in Telford, who repeatedly failed to punish a network of abusers.Victims claimed that similar abuse, which has been linked to three murders and two other deaths, has continued in the area.The newspaper’s probe alleges that social workers were aware of the abuse in the 1990s, but that it took police a decade to launch Operation Chalice, an inquiry into child prostitution in the Telford area in which seven men were jailed.It is also claimed that abused and trafficked children were considered “prostitutes” by council staff, that authorities did not keep details of abusers from Asian communities for fear of being accused of “racism” and that police failed to investigate one recent case five times until an MP intervened.
There’s no evidence that Rotherham was all that unusual other than the local authorities commissioned an official report. A year before the Rotherham report was released in 2014, I did some research on how widespread was Pakistani pimps grooming underage English girls to write a Taki’s column
about it. But when Rotherham hit the news the next year, my initial thought was: “Rotherham” must be a typo for Rotterdam in the Netherlands. I.e., I had never heard of Rotherham before.
Of course, I’ve never heard of Telford before either …
The safe bet is that this is pretty much of a nationwide disgrace due to Diversity Worship.
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